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Veo observer i have installed software, installed hardware for camera the little screen says 100 i'm guessing its assign ip address? but the software screen set up utility is not finding the camera i'm stuck at this part it shows my ip address my subnet mask, dns , gateway. static dhcp part is nothing i have it on dhcp. cameras on local area network: no cameras found. what do i do? thanks hope you can help me.

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Connect your pc to your webcam directly with a cable,and close the firewall software on your pc,then try the set up utility.

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Can you help me? I have an Observer camera too. And I have the problem "no response from camera" (Veo Observer Studio) and I can't reach the camera via Explorer too (the page dosen't exist).
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What was the solution at your camera?

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