Sanyo CCTV cameras are discontinued and the division is shut down, so support is not simple.
Let me pass this to a few contacts and say if they can help.
I would like to add that my alternative is to go to each switch where cameras are located with a crossover cable which I think would get me into the camera, but it would be time-consuming.
If you can get to the camera with a crossover cable but not remotely then the issue is the network and not the camera, that said I dont think thats your problem as if you can stream video then your network is fine so going to the camere wont help.
Seems as though the webserver in the camera is locking up, can you change the stream settings from within your VMS system? If so set the stream to a really low res using mjpeg..... now can you access the web browser? The CPU load on the camera will be lower with lower stream settings/less encoding so you may find it starts wotking, I've seen this in the past with Lumerera cameras.
Telnet might be another option but I dont know if the cameras support it, this is normally more reilable than the web interface as its a layer lower and doesnt need the onboard webserver running to work. Ive also seen cameras that will work fine for a while after a reboot then a few days later stop again, or seem to work but the settings never apply. Might be worth rebooting one to see what heppens.
I should add that the reason for the high CPU on the Lumenera units was extreamly high temp +60 C, when running at lower ambient levels they were fine.
Chesapeake & Midlantic | 12/08/13 07:30pm
I was told that 888-66-SANYO should still be supported by Panasonic. Is that not the case?