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  1. #1

    Thumbs up Blank Screen on NC450 via IP / DynDNS

    hey there, except to the actually plugin problem on firefox, i had a problem therefore:

    when i login to nc450 via ip-adress to my router / or dyndns domain, the liveview is black?!
    i can log in normally and see everything, even the controller, but i dont see a videoscreen?!
    this is on all browsers and on mac and windows. and even on ipad, but why?
    Last edited by Lostie79; 03-17-2017 at 23:57.

  2. #2
    Can be virus blocking the direct connection If i pause Kaspersky , my internet security package & refresh the page it connects to live view.But now the browser version is blank.Too much hastle for normal folk ...i suggest you get the ip package of cameras & sensors from the company beginning with P. with off camera recording which is i think the best way to record., on a seperate disc . Thoe app is good & you get a local/cloud recording to keep , with no computer involved.

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    i dont have a specifc antivirus. i use the system from windows 7, but i have a strong firewall.
    i will proof that later, if the firewall could be the cause. - on my old tp-link cam all worked good.

    recording is not the main thing for me, the first what i want:
    guests viewing and controlling the cam only via browser

    after the new cloud cams, this is really become annoying.
    only 1 admin / guests with no rights. shitty recording manager. etc
    hardware good - software bad

    dont know what you mean with P

  4. #4
    for your information - if anyone else is still here to help -_-

    deactivate the firewall in my router doesnt do anything.
    when i login on my camera outside my lan, it still looks like that:

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  5. #5

    Browser issues

    The plug ins for video have been stopped but not updated .The only live view i get is with VLC player but it requires a complex set up ,Google it . Firefox ,IE/ Google alerted browser users ages ago that the plug ins were a security hole .TPLINK have not updated You can get a live view with a browser using ip address /port & put the password into Base64 code.I also got a live view with ISPY software but it is complicated to set up .Then i set up my Raspberry Pi with a web cam as camera & that gives live view /recording/alerts .No problems viewing that on a PC with the PI on wired & wireless thru a browser. The ip address gave a live view. TPLINK does not work so i will explore the Panasonic security system as a permanent set up .

  6. #6
    VLC Player is not an alternative, or can i CONTROL the cam with that?
    i only want to SEE a liveview AND CONTROL the movement in browser, is it too hard to wish for?!

  7. #7

    BASE64 password

    Quote Originally Posted by Lostie79 View Post
    VLC Player is not an alternative, or can i CONTROL the cam with that?
    i only want to SEE a liveview AND CONTROL the movement in browser, is it too hard to wish for?!
    ......................contact TPLINK online support & get a run down on how to get live view from the modem with ip address , port & password in BASE64 ...that works
    Last edited by sydney2218; 03-25-2017 at 02:28.

  8. #8
    ok, but when its possible to get a liveview over router, why isnt here the tuturial readable?
    what must i do? the tp support is very slow and actually i dontk now if they can/want to help... :-(


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