Question about Toshiba IK-WB01A Network Camera
I installed a new cable modem and a new router. Now I have a new IP address on my WinXP PC. The problem is that my camera stopped working. It appears that it is now on a different subnet. my new IP address ends in 1.1 and my webcam ends in 0.99. I need to change it to 1.99 but everytime I try to get into the camera settings by typing in the ip in the browser it comes up with "page cannot be displayed".
How is your webcam connected to your network? Is it connected to your PC or your router?
If it is connected to your router, go into the router settings and see if the router reassigned a new ip address to the camera. If you set the router up for DHCP, it will automatically assign IP addresses to all devices that are connected to it, as long as the individual devices are also set to dynamic IP addressing. Your router is set up for the 1.0 network, so your pc is most likely 1.2, while your router port connecting to your home network is 1.1.
Another thing you can do is make sure your webcam is turned on and go into 'My Network Places', then click on workgroup computers. See if the webcam is listed there.
Posted on Apr 11, 2008
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