I have tried to connect my CCTV network system to my I pad but I am having problems. I have the CCTV working on the internet ok but when I try to connect it to my iPad for remote viewing it asks for system name,DID number,Password ,I have tried all combinations ie the system of the wireless network ,password of network,and the DID number of t
The monitor , also the system name of the monitor Sentinent The DID number of the monitor and the password of the monitor still no good can anyone help please
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Your CCTV is connected via an Internet connection.
I'll recommend to isolate the network devices from the Internet before continuing.
This is covering only basic steps, I recommend to get the instruction manual for the CCTV and read it.
Enter the administration section of the CCTV recorder/DCR/NVR by entering your admin account name and password.
Go to the admin setup of the CCTV. Search for overlay and verify if the hacker inserted text on the overlay feature, if you don't use overlay, disable it.
Then check each camera name tags in the admin section. Change the text if it was hacked.
Change the password for the CCTV DVR/NVR/Camera, I bet it was never changed. Write the password down and store it in a safe place.
Last option: If you can't find the place do a factory reset of the DVR/NVR/Camera. (Do make a backup before a factory reset to an external device if possible).
Once the factory reset is done, you will have to reconfigure the recording options for each camera.
Last point after the factory reset, change the admin password.
Are there other devices sharing the Internet connection with the CCTV?
If this answer is YES, then check them for hacker breach.
I'll recommend to increase the security on the Internet Router.
Any device sharing the Internet with the CCTV should be checked for breaches and made secure.
Speak to your ISP and ask for assistance if you have a fixed IP address to your CCTV system. Ask them for advice. Layer 7 routers are more expensive but more secure.
Load all updates for any devices!
Get an IT security expert to assist you with the breach if necessary.
May be IP corruption goto control panel System Hardware devices in device manager look for network adapters Click on it and uninstall. On top in "ACTION" scan for hardfware changes This will reset your connection. You may have to go to network and sharing "setup a new connection network Then click "connect to internet" Most times this will work gl
Problems authenticating a router in a computer is a common problem when installing a router or if your internet service gets disrupted. It is easy to solve and only requires a few steps to fix. A router forwards data from a computer to a computer network. The network can be between multiple computers, such as one would need in an office. The network can also, and more usually in households, used for connecting to the internet. Open "System Preferences" in the Applications folder in Finder. Open "Network" under "Internet and Wireless." Click "Advanced" and select "TCP/IP." Select "Renew DHCP License" and click ok. Attempt to connect to the internet. If the internet is still not connecting, restart the router and try the steps again. b> For non-Macs b> Open "Wireless Network Connection" from the wireless tab at the bottom of the screen. Select "Change Advanced Settings." Choose the "Wireless Networks" tab. Choose the wireless network you want to connect to and select the "Properties" button. Under the "Association" tab, make sure the Network Authentication has the proper security level chosen. Enter your network key if your security code is anything other than "Open" or "Shared." Select OK and try to connect. Go Back to "Wireless Networks" tab -> "Properties" and click on "Authentication" tab and un-select the "Enable authentication for the network" selection if the network key is still not authenticating the router. Select OK and try to connect. Hope this helps.
- Click on Start / Control Panel - Go to Network and Internet then Network and Sharing Center - On Network and Sharing Center on your Right where its written Task, you will find Change Network adapters. click on it - Right Click on Local Area Connection / Properties - In General Menu / look for Internet Protocol (IPV4) - Double Click on IPV4/ choose use the following IP
Ip adresse: 192.168.0.15 subnet mask: 255.255.255.0 default gateway: 192.168.0.1
Use the following DNS server: DNS1: LEAVE IT BLANK DNS2: LEAVE IT BLANK
Press apply and ok Close everything, your local area connection should show you: "Local Area Network Connected" Disable your Antivirus and Firewall ( for test ) and try accessing internet it should work
Configure your browser also IE : Tools / Internet Options / Connections / Lan Settings / Tick "Automatically detect settings" Ok and try accessing internet.
Firefox: Tools/ Options / Advance Menu / Network / Settings / Tick " Auto Detect Settings for this Network, apply ok.Close firefox and start again it should work.
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If your camera is connected to DVR then do the port redirection on your firewall so that you shall view the cameras from internet, If your camera is directly connected to network using RJ45 simply do the port redirection to IP address of CCTV camera.
make sure the LAN port is enabled in the idea pad and use a known good cord and port. Go unplug a working station and see if the new unit attaches. If not the problem is in the idea pad. If it does then go back and look at the Lan connect.
Best results are to use a Netopia WiFi Business Router for a DVR installation. A Siemans modems will drop the CCTV connection at random and you will have to restart the DVR manually...which defeats the purpose of having constant video being remotely accessed. We are switching to Netopia to solve our problem with AT&T and Siemans.