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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.
Using the Cisco IP soft phone via VPN can sometimes cause audio to drop. To fix this:<br /><br />Right click the Cisco IP Phone and select Preferences...<br />Select the Audio tab<br />Click on the Network button<br />In Audio IP Address select Use this address<br />then set it back to Detect Automatically<br />Click OK and OK again.<br /><br />Give it 5-10 seconds and this will auto reset the audio on the IP phone and will correct the issues with one way audio.<br />
1 Click Start ' All Programs ' Dell Printers ' Dell C2665dnf Color Laser Multifunction Printer ' Tool Box.
The screen to select the printer appears. 2 Click Network Connection or USB Connection, and then select the printer listed in Select From the Found
NOTE: If the printer is not listed in Select From the Found Printers when you click Network Connection, click Directly Input
IP Address/Host Name and enter the IP address of the printer. For details about how to verify the IP address of the printer,
see "Verifying the IP Settings."
NOTE: On Microsoft Windows XP or Windows Server 2003, printers using IPv6 addresses cannot be detected. 3 Click OK.
The Tool Box opens.
The Tool Box consists of the Printer Setting Reports, Printer Maintenance, and Diagnosis tabs.
This assumes, of course, that you have the software installed on the computer. I don't know if there's a way to force a config page from the front of the unit itself. Just through the software or a browser.
Configuring communications settings in FTP mode1. Select [Address setting] with the camera's Quick Control Dial. 2. If you choose [Disable] for DNS server setting, enter IP address. For [Auto assign], enter server name. For [Manual setting], set up IP address. 3. Set up [Port No.] usually at 0021. 4. Configure [Proxy server]. 5. Configure [Login method]. 6. Set [Target folder] to [Root folder] or select folder using [Select folder] menu. 7. FTP server connection is established. Note: Settings can be stored in the camera.
Configuring automatic image file transfer in FTP mode1. Select [Set up] in [WFT settings] menu. 2. Choose [Automatic transfer].
Configuring communications settings in PTP mode1. Select [OK] from Pairing screen. 2. Start WFT Pairing software on PC. 3. Double-click the icon inside PC task bar. 4. Select the WFT-E2/E2A/E3/E3A/E4/E4A [MAC address] you want from on-screen list of cameras. 5. Connection to camera is established. Note: Settings can be stored in the camera.
Remote control of cameraOnce you start EOS Utility, you can control the camera remotely, using all available functions.
Using the Cisco IP soft phone via VPN can sometimes cause audio to drop. To fix this:
Right click the Cisco IP Phone and select Preferences... Select the Audio tab Click on the Network button In Audio IP Address select Use this address then set it back to Detect Automatically Click OK and OK again.
Give it 5-10 seconds and this will auto reset the audio on the IP phone and will correct the issues with one way audio.
I am going to speculate here... If the IP is set to what you are mentioning, it is possible to be conflicting with the DHCP range that is issued from the router.
In your router if the option to set the generated auto IP range is available, set the range to not include the auto IP to be within the range of the camera's IP. Or put the the camera IP to a value that is out of range of the auto IP from the router.
In your browser, typing the IP address of the camera should bring it up.
Ok well all I can suggest is this... first try a NON-crossover cable.. 2nd.. try the address of 10.1.1.1 The server should be setup according to the manual.. and should be detected upon connection, Also is the server to be set up to ASSIGN an address via it's DCHP or to RECIEVE one from ya lappy? I mean basically it is just a network device that sends stuff when asked, not unlike a networked Hard Drive etc. Usually ya set up the lappy for DHCP and the Video Server gets it's address from the lappy, & when "Polled" sends data to whomever "Polled" it.