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Camera Not Working Wirelessly

I just purchased this camera. Camera works fine when RJ45 cable is connected to router. When I disconnect I get no image, I use PSK2 encryption. Any suggestions?

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I think maybe the problem is that the cam has already been recognised and given an ip address when you connect via RJ45 cable, but when you try wirelessly, there is a replication of the ip address which is not allowed. Check your router to see what ip address was given to the cam and remove if neccasary so as to re new the cam ipaddress. I would turn off the encryption first to try and get it working, then turn on again.

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