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Setting NG My camera always take a public IP ,When i changed it it appears message "Setting NG" ? what shoud i do ?

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Re: Setting NG

Make sure you are using a crossover cable. A straight through ethernet cable will not work for talking with your computer. Next, go to your network connections. click on TCP/IP properties and enter in for the IP address and a subnet mask of apply it. go back to network connections and disable then enable your connection. Now go to the Sony IP setup program. Double click on your camera when it appears. Don't forget the default address of the camera is

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Re: Setting NG

From the Manual for this camera model, on page 22: "The IP address setting in the Wired LAN setting section (see page 26) on the Network setting page and the IP address setting in the Wireless LAN setting section (see page 27) cannot be set." So... it's possible that you may not be able to change the IP setting that you were trying to change. Or it could be that you are trying to assign an IP address that is not allowed. In any case, the Manual for this camera is available at the following website, and you may be able to find the answer to your question in this document: Hope this helps! ;)

Posted on Aug 05, 2007

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