10% Off All Orders + Free Shipping
Use Coupon Code Joy2017
Hurry! Sale Ends 12/31/17
Avatar

Please consider registering
Guest

Search

— Forum Scope —




— Match —





— Forum Options —





Minimum search word length is 3 characters - maximum search word length is 84 characters

Register Lost password?
sp_Feed sp_TopicIcon
connect IPVD-ELE3irz to ELI-SIP-NVR4-POE-D
sp_NewPost Add Reply sp_NewTopic Add Topic
Avatar
sdsurratt
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 13
Member Since:
November 28, 2016
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
1
December 7, 2016 - 1:35 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

I am trying to connect new camera (IPVD-ELE3irz)  to my NVR  ELI-SIP-NVR4-POE-D. The NVR has no trouble finding and connecting via LAN on external switch.  I cannot connect to the POE port.

I have tried giving the camera a static address (169.254.10.12 subnet 255.255.255.0 GW169.254.10.1) and have tried manually adding. No luck.

Thanks in advance

Stan

Avatar
Ted
Moderator
Moderators
Forum Posts: 59
Member Since:
May 15, 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
2
December 7, 2016 - 1:55 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

Stan –

First thing – that is a 3 MP camera – you will probably need to log into the camera with web browser and turn down resolution to 2 MP (1920 x 1080) (or 1080p)
Then give the camera an address 169.254.10.254 / subnet mask 255.255.255.0 / GW 169.254.10.1 or leave GW blank.
That series NVR starts addresses at 169.254.10.254 – then 169.254.10.253, then 252 and works down from there.
(looks like the address you tried should have worked)

Manually add the camera as an ‘Onvif’ device rather than IPC. That should get it online for you on the POE ports.

Ted Case
Eline / TechPro Support

Avatar
sdsurratt
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 13
Member Since:
November 28, 2016
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
3
December 12, 2016 - 12:41 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

Ted,

I have set up the resolution.  The camera works great through the Lan port, the NVR finds it automatically. POE is still not working

I have tried the addresses as suggested no luck( but I did give up at 169.254.10.240). I also tried disconnecting the REOLINK camera you helped me with in case it was a device conflict.  I set up a computer and connected to the POE port to see if I could access the camera directly.  I am able to direct connect to the REOLINK camera this way but  not to the IPVD-ELE3irz.  I finally noticed that when I connect the camera to the POE port the Blue light on the front of the NVR illuminates for about 15 to 20 seconds and then stays dark.  So now I’m thinking maybe a hardware issue with the camera??

 

Thanks

Stan Surratt

Avatar
Ted
Moderator
Moderators
Forum Posts: 59
Member Since:
May 15, 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
4
December 30, 2016 - 1:38 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

Stan – The POE indicator should stay on constantly when the cam is attached. You may have found an issue. Check the camera for power when this happens – you should be able to see if IRs are powering up by turning out the lights or cupping the cam lens with your hands and peeking between your fingers. If IR is not powering on, the camera is definitely losing power. If you have a 12V DC 1 or 2 Amp power supply – you could try setting the camera up on your LAN instead of the POE ports. Use an address that works on your LAN – the NVR can pull it through it’s LAN port. That might tell us a little more about what the problem is.

Also – if the NVR auto detects the camera – it will try to install it as an IPC (Internet Protocol Camera) This won’t work. You must manually add the camera as an Onvif device.

Ted

Avatar
sdsurratt
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 13
Member Since:
November 28, 2016
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
5
December 30, 2016 - 6:12 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

The IRs do illuminate when plugged into the POE port. 

 

The camera works great connected through the LAN port.  it just doesn’t seem to work on the POE ports. I have a Reolink  camera  that you helped me connect that works on the POE ports, I thought there was a possible conflict there but I have tried disconnecting that one and connecting the (IPVD-ELE3irz) alone but no change.

Ironically , I purchased this camera from Security Camera King to match the NVR when I was having trouble with the Reolink connecting.

 

Thanks,

Stan

Avatar
Ted
Moderator
Moderators
Forum Posts: 59
Member Since:
May 15, 2015
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
6
December 30, 2016 - 7:38 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

Stan – just to be clear – when you are trying the 169.254.10.xxx addresses – you are logging into the camera with Internet Explorer and changing the IP there, on the camera itself?

That would be where you need to set the IP – then as soon as the address is set, you should lose access on IE.

Give it a full minute to set the new address -then plug it into the POE port and try to add as an Onvif device.

Is that how you are doing it?

Ted

Avatar
sdsurratt
Member
Members
Forum Posts: 13
Member Since:
November 28, 2016
sp_UserOfflineSmall Offline
7
January 3, 2017 - 5:31 pm
sp_Permalink sp_Print sp_QuotePost
sp_ReportPost

Yes.  And then to try another address, I set my computer network adapter static ip and the appropriate address and connect directly to camera.

 

Stan

Forum Timezone: America/New_York

Most Users Ever Online: 127

Currently Online:
22 Guest(s)

Currently Browsing this Page:
1 Guest(s)

Top Posters:

Techpro Security: 404

shockwave199: 179

tubac: 163

Gilberto: 150

MrDeepFreeze: 135

javajeff: 132

Jer7of9: 129

Night Hawk: 98

West Coast Jones: 66

ShawnInFL: 64

Newest Members:

Bobbyloott

WilliamCuh

TimothyHoish

annaxb11

Annarindrype

ThomasSok

BladecliffAdorunund

manuelln16

DentalBib

BoberModAdorunund

Forum Stats:

Groups: 5

Forums: 28

Topics: 1199

Posts: 5272

 

Member Stats:

Guest Posters: 62

Members: 5664

Moderators: 15

Admins: 4

Administrators: Damon Delcoro, Brad Besner, Jose Malave, Gabe Garcia

Moderators: Dan Maresca, Ryan, Zeke Richey, Jorge Nava, Matthew Ernst, LittleBrad, Heath Phillips, Tonya Haley, Dan Millard, Eric Wilson, Brian Lee, Michael, Ted, mwhite, Julius Dilka