IPVMU Certified | 03/04/14 05:48pm
It is in fact a ZMODO camera and it finally came online via wireless. The only way I can get it to work via wireless is to configure using the cam id rather than an ip address... weird?
I may have been pinging the wrong ip address... upon configuring using cam id method, i noticed an additional ip address assigned to the camera along with and different from the ip address assigned to it previously. DHCP not enabled.
Very inexpensive cam... $79
Oh, and when you say ZVIEWER, is this a ZMODO camera? Those are not the highest quality / reliability ones (though they are incredibly inexpensvie).
Did you set a static IP address for the camera or are you using DHCP? I just want to make sure you are not accidently pinging another device.
IPVMU Certified | 03/04/14 02:35am
Yeah my bad with the question mark. Yes I can ping the device from the cmd promt... 4 packets sent, 4 packets received. Inserted IP # for cam into web browser but couldn't display. Funny thing is got it working 3 weeks ago but then moved it and now no go.
"I am able to ping the camera when it's wireless?"
So you can ping it? I am not sure because you have a question mark at the end of the sentence.
If you can ping it, can you load the camera's web interface by entering the IP address in a web browser?
IPVMU Certified | 03/04/14 02:19am
I am able to ping the camera when it's wireless? Won't go live from ZVIEWER console.... WIFI is enabled. Is there a reboot sequence I'm messing up?
It sounds like its a basic wireless connectivity issue.
- Have you configured the correct wireless network in the camera's setup?
- Is the camera within range of the wireless network?
- Can you even ping the camera's IP from your laptop when it is in wireless mode?