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DVR losing accounts and programmed passwords
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March 30, 2016 - 9:30 pm
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I have a LT4120MHD DVD that has recently started erasing added accounts and changed passwords. I have restored the new accounts and passwords but they only last for several weeks and changes everything back to defaults. Any suggestions on how to correct this?

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Change network settings. 

IP Address

HTTP + TCP Ports

 

Keep in mind once you do this you will need to reopen the ports for remote access. 

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I have seen this before. It maybe that the board is failing or the operating system is corrupt. You should have us remote in and do a factory reset on the unit and set everything back  to see if that fixes it. 

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Also make sure you don’t have telnet ports forwarded in your router, and at least change the local IP – incase someone is jumping on and wiping the accounts. They can do that with telnet, for example – depends on the DVR/NVR though, newer ones are more difficult. Also as mentioned it could be bad hardware causing the OS to reset (wiping the accounts).

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