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Problem with IP Surveillance configuration

My D-link Camera seems to be working ok but I cannot get into the configuration. When the sign in comes p, I type in the correct Ip 192.168.2.11 ( this is same Ip that comes up when I try to search for the Camera) then I put in the correct password but it keeps coming up as retry.
What are some of the possible reasons?

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You will need to set each camera at the router with the cad5 cable. Then use the wizard to locate and set. With IP cameras they will need a static IP. To be seen out of the network. Set static IP on setup.

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Can you view the stream in IE or IP surveillence or is it that you hit the camera in IE, the sign in box shows up (cause you put in a pasword), you put in the password, and it cannot connect and says retry.

Possible problems.....

The IP you are typing in is really not the IP of the camera (comes from the box being checked that says 'reset the IP on reboot') Use the installation Wizard to find the camera and it's IP.
Your firewall is blocking the stream. Try disabling it and reconnecting.
Your cameras IP is not in the range of the DHCP server of the router it's connected to. Review your router's DHCP list to see if the camera IP is in that range.
The password on the camera is corrupt. You will need to hard reset the camera and reset it back up from scratch to connect.

Worst comes to worse, you can always just hard reset the camera and start over.

Posted on Sep 20, 2008

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