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  1. #61
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    I have a nc450. I think the problem is that the fallback ip address is configured to an unsupported ip in my router. In advanced settings I changed the IP to the one assigned by the router. I'm waiting to see if that fixes the problem. I get this information from the camera LOG. For some reason it reconnects to wifi and leave the default 192.168.0.10.

    The worst problem is that I have two cameras, and when this happens, they BOTH set their IP addresses to 192.168.0.10 ! So they wont go online... never!

    So I changed the fallback IP addresses and now waiting to see if the problem is gone.

    The auto configuration should take this in consideration and if you configure more than one camera it should set the fallback address to the one assigned by the router.

    Mariano.

  2. #62
    I have the same problem, thanks for the help.

  3. #63

    TPLINK Cameras sucks

    I found the solution! I had to change my tplink cam by another brand. I have a new foscam and is working great for the last month.

  4. #64
    Ok, hope this helps people, just purchased (few days ago) an NC250 and was intrigued with what appeared to be continuous, random loss of connectivity (email notifications as a result of motion detection) - just when I was about to give up, I connected an ethernet cable instead of using wireless, and voila, not a single dropout. So, this means that my home WiFi cannot/does not provide enough bandwidth, capacity for it to work properly (I have an old 2.4GHz G based WiFi at home, haven't even checked if my neighbours are sitting on the same channel etc). There you have it, what looked like a camera, turned out to be my WiFi setup (upgrade will follow in short order). I understand that using hard wire may not be everyone's option, but you may re-check your WiFi if you're having problems. Again, hope this helps someone.

  5. #65

    ip address

    Quote Originally Posted by phaser View Post
    Ok, hope this helps people, just purchased (few days ago) an NC250 and was intrigued with what appeared to be continuous, random loss of connectivity (email notifications as a result of motion detection) - just when I was about to give up, I connected an ethernet cable instead of using wireless, and voila, not a single dropout. So, this means that my home WiFi cannot/does not provide enough bandwidth, capacity for it to work properly (I have an old 2.4GHz G based WiFi at home, haven't even checked if my neighbours are sitting on the same channel etc). There you have it, what looked like a camera, turned out to be my WiFi setup (upgrade will follow in short order). I understand that using hard wire may not be everyone's option, but you may re-check your WiFi if you're having problems. Again, hope this helps someone.
    .......................static ip address , in options instead of dynamic .

  6. #66
    Quote Originally Posted by sydney2218 View Post
    .......................static ip address , in options instead of dynamic .
    Haven't tried that, what's the worst that can happen ; ) Thanks.

  7. #67
    Bought NC450 month ago, updated firmware and assigned it static IP within my home Wi-Fi LAN.
    All OK, but every 2-3 days it becames unaccessible (LED is ON, when i turn on/off light - day/night mode works, but i cannot access it in any way, even ping within LAN doest work - after power reset of camera - all OK again).
    Is it faulty good or there is a way to fix it?
    2-3 days of uptime - is very unreliable device. Wired connection is not my choice, i need Wi-Fi mode.

  8. #68
    Same here with my NC450. Kept going offline and did a hard reset to try things out and now it is offline "permanently".

  9. #69
    Possible found solution for NC450 freeze, but not sure if it works everywhere.
    I have TP-Link 1043ND wi-fi router, and when i change its wi-fi level of signal from medium to high - camera don't freeze anymore (two weeks of stable work just now).
    It seems, that camera very sensitive to quality of signal. When signal is unstable, it leads camera to freeze.
    Hope, it will help someone else.

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    Junior Member nayomi is on a distinguished road
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    Make sure that there should be not large distance between router and security cameras.
    Direction of security cameras must be towards your router.
    Make sure you are filling correct password.
    You may have insufficient bandwidth at home

  11. #71
    While wi-fi system are known for their slow information transfer charges, this isn't something to worry about with wi-fi security cameras as even the nice of HD wireless cameras normally do no longer eat a whole lot of bandwidth for streaming video feed. Essay Writers in UK

  12. #72
    Your camera may go offline due to network connectivity. However, if your camera goes offline very often, you can try the following troubleshooting techniques.

    Move your camera closer to your router.

    Minimize the number of physical obstructions between the camera and router.

    Check for interference from other WiFi networks. Interference may be problematic when living in an apartment complex, where there are multiple networks operating on the same channel. Change the channel on your router.

    Check for interference from common household electronics. There are a variety of household appliances and devices (televisions, microwaves, baby monitors, cordless phones) which could cause wireless interference. Position your router a few feet away from these devices to improve your router's performance.

    You may have insufficient bandwidth at home.

    Check for a firmware update.

    hope this will help you.

  13. #73

    nice post

    I have the same camera and face the problem discussed here for some years back. I have contacted the customer support for solving this problem but they can't solve it completely. Hope that you can get better advice from here.Mobile Oven Pizza

  14. #74
    I am sorry to hear that your connected camera goes offline continually. It should be something with the network connection or the power source of the camera. Is it connected to the power line or does it have power source of its own? printer spooler error

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    Camera still losing widi

    I am surprised at the amount of time the develops have had in sorting this problem out, with the camera disconnecting from wifi for no reason. I just spent two days trying to sort my camera out and I so wish I never purchased a camera from this appalling company.

    Today, I only managed to walk outside my house, when it came up that my camera was now offline (and no, I wasn't still connected to my home broadband). I have seen that this issue has now gone on for three years!!!! TP-link has to resolve this issue some day, surely???
    I am now looking elsewhere for a camera and avoiding this company. for those that are saying, maybe it is too far from my router.. Ummmm, is two inches too far???? I have put it around the room, I have tried everything. No, I do not want to put it on the ethernet, even that has issues as it comes up saying the camera is only local.


 

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