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I have an plustek ipcam 1000a I think I've found thecorrect ip address of the camera but when I look on the router for it It's. It listed nor can I access it directly with what I believe is the ip number no prompt for username password nothing the scantool fromplustek does not find cam even with direct connection to the pc

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William the more information you can provide the more accurate can be our brain trust community's answer.
What I have to guess is you added the cameras to an existing network.
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