I installed a DCS-5300 in my bar in the Cayman Islands. I tested it and found it to be working remotely over the internet while I was there (the guy who sold it to me set up the dynamic IP and port forwarding remotely for me). Believe me, I tested this puppy thoroughly.
When I got home I found that I get stuck in a continuous "connecting" loop. I can take blind snap shots and view them. I can even move the camera.
I have tried uninstalling Silverlight to no avail. I have searched the web, found this question asked, yet no answers to it.
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Try to uninstall IE7. Once it's removed, restart your computer then it will revert back to the older version IE6. After that you can opt to install IE7 again or much better a newer version like 8 or 9.
To uninstall IE7, kindly follow these steps:
Close all programs.
Click Start and then click Control Panel.
Click Uninstall a Program under the Programs category
In the Tasks pane, click View installed updates.
In the list of installed updates, double-click Windows Internet Explorer 7. In the Uninstall an update dialog box, click Yes.
Note If you are prompted for an administrator password or for confirmation, type the password, or click Continue.
Follow the instructions to uninstall Internet Explorer 7.
When the uninstall program is finished, restart your computer.
After you restart your computer, open Internet Explorer. Click Help>About Internet Explorer and check if it's on version 6. If it is then proceed with upgrading to a higher version again.
Try going into your control panel & uninstall your Internet explorer, then re-install it. IE7 uninstall can be found in the main add-remove program window, IE6 uninstall can be found under the add-remove windows components part of the add-remove programs. To re-install IE7, though, you need to go to windows update to download IE7 again. This won't be a problem because uninstalling IE7 automaticaly returns you to IE6
Actually, the problem itself is not actually Silverlight, it is simply that the D-Link cameras appear to have a buffer overflow or some sort of problem with a long header. Specifically when the HTTP Header "Accept" gets too long, the device errors out and returns a 400 error. It just seems to be that Silverlight extends this header to a point where you can't use it. Even without Silverlight you could see this response.
If you want to see/modify your HTTP Header "Accept" items, simply go to the following in the registry: