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  1. I used the this thread orgin settings, these are different, use the same code as in adm/...? or do you have the line examples somewhere?
  2. I followed the instructions for both best resolution possible, how do I know what this means: [H264] mode=1 resolution=4 quality_type=1 quality_level=3 bit_rate=4000 frame_rate=5 gov_length=10 sp_uri= mode2=1 resolution2=4 quality_type2=1 quality_level2=3 bit_rate2=1000 frame_rate2=30 gov_length2=10 sp_uri2= mode3=0 resolution3=3 quality_type3=1 quality_level3=3 bit_rate3=1000 frame_rate3=30 gov_length3=10 sp_uri3= profile=66 cropping=0 profile2=66 cropping2=0 profile3=66 cropping3=0 this is #66 and its good [H264] mode=1 resolution=4 quality_type=1 quality_level=3 bit_rate=4000 frame_rate=5 gov_length=10 sp_uri= mode2=1 resolution2=4 quality_type2=1 quality_level2=3 bit_rate2=1000 frame_rate2=30 gov_length2=10 sp_uri2= mode3=0 resolution3=3 quality_type3=1 quality_level3=3 bit_rate3=1000 frame_rate3=30 gov_length3=10 sp_uri3= profile=66 cropping=0 profile2=66 cropping2=0 profile3=66 cropping3=0 this is #86 and it is not: [H264] mode=1 resolution=4 quality_type=1 quality_level=3 bit_rate=2000 frame_rate=5 gov_length=30 sp_uri= profile=77 mode2=1 resolution2=4 quality_type2=1 quality_level2=3 bit_rate2=1000 frame_rate2=30 gov_length2=30 sp_uri2= profile2=77 mode3=0 resolution3=3 quality_type3=1 quality_level3=3 bit_rate3=1000 frame_rate3=30 gov_length3=30 sp_uri3= profile3=77 bandwidth=0 cropping=0 bandwidth2=0 cropping2=0 bandwidth3=0 cropping3=0
  3. Update - took better part of the day to unravel 4 cameras, had to turn off the electric and un plug LAN and bring them into the router one at a time, had to reset one, that was twisted up with a different IP-Mac address combo. That also incuded power down reset on the router, I've noticed some come up with a bigger picture, any obvious reason? Now off to Blue Iris to figure out port forwarding to get these to read on their APP.
  4. I am sure that IP conflict is part of the problem. Studying the list of devices I see another issue that a MAC address has picked up the name as "camera 67" one that I had seen with IP issues all along and until I got on the roof did not know which of the two it was. I know that now, reset however INOP. On the issue of the name being for this camera with an un know MAC address, I have no idea at the moment what the device actually is. my son did the router reboot, fortunately not during the time I was working on the system, none of the manual additions appeared. and I did reassign number but likely when the cameras was still powered, more later making a tbale of the devices as even with the reset at least one active camera (Blue Iris active) is not showing at the router.
  5. First, I appreciate the help, most important. So, I followed this for the two cameras in hand. note...One thing I have been doing before going somewhere with the camera to reinstall... is to run the img.snapshot.cgi command so I know for sure what it is off the IP address. So - the first one I did I have a view, I know the camera is live. The problems: 1 - it does not show in the Network Map, even though it is live, 2- the IP address & mac address is shown lower in the table>>> labeled as an Epson Printer, not sure what to make of this. I tried deleting it, but its still in the list after a refresh. I tried changing it to a different IP address, but that did not take affect, it still thinks it is 192.168.1.71 in this case. What I ended up doing is ensuring the printer was working, in the network map, the printer had a different MAC & IP address, and within the icon I reserved that DCHP which then added the print to this list of static IPs and that camera then bagan to work. the garbage is in the list of devices below, no idea how to fix that, and this camera #71 still does nto show in the router network map...very weird.
  6. linksys wrt1900ac
  7. ... for the ones on the roof, it looks like the static IPs are crossed, will only know when I get them down, and reset them. The two in hand, do not show at all on the network.
  8. the issue is that they do not show at all on the router. I have one in my hand, that I know the MAC address, the other two are on the roof, that will be a project for maybe tomorrow as each are very hard to get to. Once I get them, I will then know the mac addresses, however that it is, they are not showing on the router at all.
  9. Only way to do this is the MAC, don't know what it is, but yesterday's waste is today's gain and yes, its not hard, just very touchy and very slow with the old cameras. Question, what would be the issue if I can't see a camera on the network, wired? One used to be on wifi in the living room, a 821, and the other a 830, the lights work, but no form of a reset gets them to show up, so no ping if you can't see it.
  10. You are wrong, 100% wrong. No user error at all, this is easy cut paste, if there isn't shady stuff happening at the router or on the PC. So far, been at it all day, older cameras take 30-45 minutes each to bring them on line...you end up having to hit the reload 3-6 times and it takes a minute to three for them to get through all the clicks and things they do coming up, that is each time you enter a cgi line of code, you have these steps to repeat, eventually they will catch. Whom ever said its a 5 minute job, is NOT talking about the pre v2 OC830 models. These older models are very tedious to get to change everything, so how did it happen? The solution has been Fire Microsoft, Throw out the Dell.....once you go MAC, you never look back at crappy PC's. Why that is, google or some other non visible google game, not sure, I took one oc830 open my Apple and it was simple straight forward. I have ten on line, have to stop for the day, two onthe roof are for tomorrow and two that 'its not sure they are reachable' as there have been issues getting them to shown on the network since reset no user error here at all
  11. Not in agreement, all I am doing is copy paste from the original thread - exactly, no """"VISIBLE""" hang on characters, and these api commands, like the old days of doing things with the command line are real simple. the text I type here, so what if its has errors The root cause is not known, but I may be closer, it could be google and a PC...
  12. another hour goes by, two more cameras, reset disconnect power, and lan, can sign in the regardless of what ever the commant is, this repy is 404- not found. THere is something deeper, this is NOT me, these commands are too simple, it has to do with the router or even perhaps being connected to the internet.
  13. gave up on camera #3, went to camera #4, a 8221 wired, reset twice, can't get past step one, returns 404-not found, yet the ping test is OK with 32 bytes of data: Reply from 192.168.1.66: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.66: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.66: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64 Reply from 192.168.1.66: bytes=32 time=1ms TTL=64 Ping statistics for 192.168.1.66: Packets: Sent = 4, Received = 4, Lost = 0 (0% loss), Approximate round trip times in milli-seconds: Minimum = 1ms, Maximum = 1ms, Average = 1ms
  14. after a reboot i'm in but the resolution is an invalid resolution for a 830 camera? then to adjust the time zone it says 404 - not found