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Hi my box is saying no config


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Fs-613a-m136-b2 driver


It doesn't have a driver. It is accessed via the web browser on your computer or an app on your phone. If it is a new camera, the box has the IP address of the camera (typically 192.168.1.100 or something like that). The camera typically comes with a little CD (about 6 cm in diameter) that has windows software to view the camera. You must first connect the camera to your network with the Cat-5 cable and configure the wireless settings. If you have the little CD it also has a tool call "IP Camera Tool" or something like that. It will allow you to directly connect the camera to your computer via the Cat 5 cable as well. Then you can configure it.

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I cant view vivotek IP7135 from internet


.Probably you need to set your router to port forwarding. Use these guides to help you learn how to forward ports for well known applications such as uTorrent and Minecraft, as well as any other application or program you would like.
Start by selecting your router manufacturer from the list

Apr 09, 2013 | Computers & Internet

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Card not instalzed why?


Hi,

To use the card properly in your camera, insert the card in the camera and then format it using the camera only. It will configure the card according to the camera and then you can use it efficiently

Hope this helps your problem.

Mar 01, 2011 | Fuji FinePix A345 Digital Camera

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I have a Geovision GV800 8.3.2, 16 channels and have 4 cameras installed. I tried to add 3 more cameras but they don't appear on screen, just on the Camera Record Setting, where the recording is ok. I've...


Hello

Have you tried at "Camera/Audio Instal" Menu?
Click the Configure button and select Camera / Audio Install to bring up the dialog box:
Click the Activate button and specify the cameras to be viewed

Hope that help.

Jan 09, 2011 | Geovision GV-800-16 Video Capture

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How to configure the UPNP in panasonic camera?If we need access from the internet should we register in viewnet.com?


To access your camera from the Internet you will need to configure uPnP (or configure port forwarding manually) and register with some kind of dns service like viewnetcam (or know your home's external IP address assigned by your Internet Service Provider).

1. To configure uPnP on your camera, look in the network settings for an automatic network configuration option - this will trigger the camera to talk to your router using uPnP to set up port forwarding. The default for one camera is to use port 80 for the outside port and something like 192.168.1.253 for the internal network address (internal to your home only). uPnP will try to configure the second and third cameras to external ports 50000 or 50001. My router failed to configure the 3rd camera so I had to manually add a port forwarding option from my router's admin pages. To note, you can configure all port forwarding manually from within the router admin pages. Just list the internal network address to your camera (like 192.168.2.253) and specify a different port for each camera (like 50000 to 50000). You can then access your camera by typing in 192.168.2.253:5000

2. Then, you should register with viewnetcam.com. Adding your cameras on viewnetcam will give you access to them from outside your house without you having to know the IP address to your home network. You will simply type in your viewnetcam url with ":" and the port number (like username.viewnetcam.com:50000).

Note: When trying to access your camera from outside your home (or even pinging your router from outside your home), you need to know the IP address of your home. This is assigned by your Internet Service Provided and can change every time you reboot your modem. Services like viewnetcam keep track of the IP address to your home and update it automatically when it changes (your camera will communicate with Viewnetcam servers occasionally to update the IP address). All you have to remember is one constant URL (the viewnetcam url) and you can get to your cameras!

Aug 14, 2010 | Panasonic BL-C131 Network Camera

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How do i set up my web camera how do i use my built in camera in my laptop


Using a 3rd-party software like Skype or Yahoo! Messenger, you need to configure those software in order to use your webcam.

Open YM and go to Preference (Options for Skype)
Go to My Webcam and configure your software to use your built-in webcam and click save

For Skype, Select Options then Video settings...

Don't forget to click save after setting the webcam.

^_^

Jun 12, 2010 | Dell Inspiron 2200 Notebook

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How doi install the webcam driver on my inspiron 910


Download the driver and software from the Dell website. Install as instructed. Then run the camera manager software to find and configure the camera. Once that's done, you can configure the camera via Skype or any other software you want to use with the camera. But the Dell drivers have to be in first.

Nov 12, 2009 | Dell Inspiron 9100 Notebook

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Ive conected my philips webcam SPC110NC to the usb port in my computer and ive tried to use it on windows msgr. no pic has showed. me and the person im connecting to have the same camera, neither one can...


What a joke. You have to install or at least configure drivers (from Philips; read what came with the camera for a site to get drivers by) for the camera to work. Then, when you can select the camera as an input device and 'scan' images (e.g. in GIMP or IrfanView or some photo tool) from the Philips unit, you're ready to configure Windows Messenger to use it. After that...you should be seeing pictures fine.

It's like you connected a piano to an orchestra, but no pianist (or more directly, a camera head to a vision controller, but no shutter sync control.)

Sep 30, 2008 | Computers & Internet

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