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Can not connect to IP cameras on Fed Hybrid 32 ch.
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June 14, 2014 - 5:57 pm
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I am just setting up our new Fed Hybrid 32 ch. The 9 analogs we have are obviously online right away. I added 9 of our IP cameras starting at ch.17 and can't get any one them to work. If I put their address in a browser they work fine and I can ping them. They are all panasonic and Axis cameras. Some are $1000 and $2000 cameras! I need some help figuring this out. I have experimented with all the settings and just can't get them going. One thing that is NOT very well explained in the manual is the port and username/PW. Is that in the NVR or Camera? In any event I created a user on both sides with admin rights and used that. It still doesn't work.Cry

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Greg

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Hello and sorry for this issue. Are these cameras onvif? If so, what version?

 

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No idea. I tried using the automatic search and only one came up. It is a Panasonic WV-SV336. It wanted to add it as an Onvif, but it's a Panasonic. The cameras we have are Panasonic WV-NS202a, Panasonic BB-HCM581a, Panasonic BB-HCM371a, Axis 213a and Axis 210. All great IP cameras. And they work in browsers, in Android apps, various Windows camera software etc.

We bought this NVR because it is supposed to work with IP cameras. Are you saying it only works with Onvif brand cameras? That would be a serious error.

-Greg

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It looks like we may have to log into the cameras and check settings to make sure they match the DVR. The encode compression  maybe an issue too. That has to match camera to DVR.

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