Was able to view my BL c20 through viewnetcam, two months ago it stopped connecting. I re-installed the camera, reset the router and am constantly blocked from viewing remotely. Logging into viewnetcam shows my account 'active/waiting'.
THis is ridiculous...does anyone know what to do? I configured the portforwarding in the router but the stupid router still insists on using AIM port and won't let me delete it or use that port
PS the modem is bridged and like I said- all was fine on my end until recently.
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ok i have tried to connect to it . yes its says it cant be found . try recreating the link using a diffrnt name .example > (koswemin1.viewnetcam.com) also make sure that you are spelling everything the same way as when you created the account.. if anything is diffrent it will say can not be found.
Probably has corrupt driver.
Try disconnecting the Camera from the USB port and reinstall
the CD or Downloaded software program. When the program asks you
to connect the camera to the USB port, do so and it should work.
Hope this helps. Bud
RECEIVED THE FOLLOWING INFO FROM A PANASONIC REP IN TORONTO PERTAINING TO SETTING UP A SECOND CAMERA:
"THE FIRST CAMERA MUST NOT BE AT ADDRESS XXXX.XXXX.XXXX.253 (EXAMPLE 192.168.1.253). DO ONE OF THE FOLLOWING BEFORE SETTING UP THE SECOND CAMERA:
1. CHANGE THE IP ADDRESS OF THE FIRST CAMERA THROUGH STATIC SETUP (EXAMPLE 192.168.1.252)
2. DISCONNECT THE FIRST CAMERA FROM THE NETWORK PRIOR TO SETTING UP THE SECOND CAMERA. (THE FIRST CAMERA WILL GRAB A NEW ADDRESS THROUGH DHCP THE NEXT TIME IT IS CONNECTED).
THE REASON FOR DOING ONE OF THE ABOVE IS THAT THE FIRST CAMERA IS PROBABLY STILL AT AN IP ADDRESS ENDING IN 253. A NEW OR FACTORY RESET CAMERA WILL WANT TO GRAB THE SAME ADDRESS AND CAUSE AN IP CONFLICT ON YOUR NETWORK.