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DCS-3220 not acessible with IE7

Have many d-link camera.

All my dcs-6220 are visible in IE7.
None of the dcs-3220 are visible in IE7( NOthing in the web page except an http400)
If i use Firefox i can have acess to the dcs-3220 and dcs-6220 but no image.

Can you help ??

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  • bigwigfrance Jan 23, 2009

    I have the similar problem. I have a dcs-5300g and all features are working via my old vaio laptop running XP and using IE7 or Firefox. However, I can only get a snapshot & no video feed from my Dell laptop, also running XP. I have tried with Firefox, Opera, Safari & Google Chrome and can still only get a snapshot. With Explorer it is worse still and I get the error (HTTP 400 Bad Request) from IE7 or now IE8 Beta.
    Both laptops are using Kaspersky Internet Security for the firewall etc.
    The useless D-Link helpline, both telephone and email, suggested all of the obvious potential causes but none have fixed the problem. That is to say, I have ensured pop-ups are allowed, tried disabling the firewall (i.e. turning off kaspersky completely and ensured the windows firewall is off). This achieves nothing. D-Link's attitude is that, since the camera is working (i.e with the old laptop), it is not for them to sort out and suggested I contacted Dell... I have run out of ideas and so any suggestions would be welcome.

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Remove microsoft silverlight

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  • edscraiglist Mar 07, 2011

    Actually it is a problem with the DCS-3220 and the length of the Accept value in the HTTP header. Specifically it's a bug with the DCS-3220 and the string is too long (D-Link want to look at it?). Removing silverlight just removes a MIME type shortening the string. So you could followhttp://blogs.msdn.com/b/ieinternals/arch... and remove any of the Accepted Documents entries and achieve the same result.

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