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I have 4 cameras (3 Argus PT and 1 Argus 2) connected to my Wifi Repeater (connected to the home LAN network via cable) which are a few meters away but every now and then they lose the connection and then resume it shortly after.The Wifi Repeater is located inside a small wooden house1 Argus 2 is inside the house itself no more than 3 meters from the repeater1 Argus PT is positioned on a pole 4 meters above the ground just outside the wooden house1 Argus PT is attached to the outer wall of the log cabin1 Argus PT is positioned next to another concrete house wall 6-7 meters away from the RepeaterThe Repeater has a 2.4 GHz Wifi network and a 5 GHz WiFi network with different name (to avoid problems if both networks have the same name)Obviously all the cameras are connected to the Repeater's 2.4 GHz Wifi network (since they only support 2.4 GHz)Nearby there are other 2.4 GHz Wifi networks but with very weak signal because they are far away and therefore do not affect the 2.4 GHz signal of my Repeater.All cameras have 90-100% battery when disconnecting from Wifi (so it's not power problem)Possible solutions?
Non credo che tu possa aggiungere una antenna wifi esterna alle Argus 2, visto che non hanno connettore SMA per l'aggancio di una antenna esterna.Al massimo puoi pensare di avvicinare il router...ma se sei già a soli 10 metri...la vedo dura
I read somewhere in the helps pages on Reolink website that...The Reolink default Media port, HTTP port, and RTMP port are 9000, 80, and 1935I think that you must open this ports (or only 1 port i don't know what port) on your router.
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