Question about D-Link DCS-5300 Network Camera
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:
HKLM\SOFTWARE\Microsoft\Windows\CurrentVersion\Internet Settings\Accepted Documents
I simply removed all of my office apps cause I really don't care to view them in my browser anyhow.
Posted on Sep 28, 2008
I JUST removed microsoft's silverlight and NOW my trendware TV-ip300 WORKS immediately...I had only a single laptop with this issue...thanks for the suggestion!
Posted on Jan 14, 2009
If you guys are interested to know the real cause of the problem and a solution that doesn't involve uninstalling Silverlight, read my post at http://silverlight.net/forums/p/14834/77714.aspx#77714
Posted on Aug 06, 2008
This has been posted on connect.microsoft.com as a bug by one person. I validated this and marked it as very important. However, if anyone else can go there and add their feedback and vote for it's importance, the greater the chances it will get fixed by MS.
Posted on May 05, 2008
Doublly Excellent -- Had the same HTTP 400 symptoms with my Dlink 2120 Cameras, but my 5220 loaded, then hung on all my IE7 installations, Vista or XP -- (IE6 machines work perfectly with both camera types). Removing SIlverlight sorted the IE7 hangs and HTTP 400 problems. Thanks!
Posted on Apr 29, 2008
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