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Hello,I have 6x B800 cameras connected on NVR RLN8-410 hardware no: N2MB02. All cameras and NVR are updated with latest firmware (NVR- 22.214.171.124; Cameras 126.96.36.199). In NVR network setting I found "ONVIF protocol" option - I turned that ON (I assume this is only support for connecting other cameras on network to NVR via ONVIF protocol?).The main reason for this topic is because I want to try some sort of AI detection but investing in new set of RLC-810A expensive option.Is there some possibility that I can set up BlueIris, or iSpy with current configuration? I managed to view subStream, but I hope there is some way to view mainStream?Does any have similar situation or have some advice?
@karlocikovic_208513412940016 Our NVR doesn't support pulling the H265 video via the RTSP stream now. So you may just view the fluent video on Blue Iris. We are working on the compatibility of the RTSP and H265 on our NVR. Stay tuned!
and is there a way to define the login/password settings for the cameras which are connected to NVR - via the NVR Browser interface?slope unblocked
@felicia78863_503417948106957 If you want to give the password for the camera under the NVR in Web Browser, you can connect your camera to the PoE switch, which is under the same router as the NVR connects. Then you can connect the camera as a standalone one to the Web Browser and add it under the NVR too. In that way, you can set up the login password of the camera in the Web Browser. This is the guide to change the login password, https://support.reolink.com/hc/en-us/articles/4408443827353-How-to-Change-the-Login-Password-for-Your-Reolink-Camera.
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