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This doesn't work. After installing, I just get a spinning cog and the feed never loads. I have a C1 Pro. I know it's working as my phone app works. Going back to 8.8.5 works fine too.
@joseph_1979 Thanks for the help. This was connected via ethernet directly back to my router. I wasn't using wireless. This is a new E1 zoom I a*sume. I just bought it from Amazon. This is my first E1 zoom so it's the first time using this to record.Probably related to this is that both my reolink cameras (the e1zoom and c1 pro) both eventually get to a point where the client software stutters the video and I have to restart the feed. It seems that at some point (usually a day) the stream stops working properly. However, the recording on my c1pro still seems to be ok for some reason even if the live feed is stuttering.
@reolink-lorenz I'm on 8.11.0
I have an E1 Zoom and setup recording on my PC via the app. It does ok for a bit but then eventually the recordings start to be bad and corrupted when playing the video files. It gets really choppy and skips a bunch of seconds and/or the video has large sections that just shows green or weird pixelated rainbow colors. This camera is connected via ethernet. I have an old C1 Pro that is using 2.4ghz and all its recordings seems to be fine. Any ideas?
My network intrusion detection detected that there was an attempt to exploit the apache log4j vulnerability from the c2 pro camera to the desktop that runs the client software. I run the client software on one of my desktops 24/7 to monitor that camera. Is there any known issues with either the camera or the windows client software that would be affected by this vulnerability?
I just got a C2 Pro and on my iPhone, the image looks all warped and stretched out. It was like this on my PC as well, but I changed the resolution and it looks better now, probably because the aspect ratio was maintained.Also, is there a way to resize the window on PC manually using the client? I've only been able to select pre-defined resolutions instead of just grabbing the window and resizing it.
I just got a C2 Pro and want to completely disable internet access for the camera as I only plan to use it within my local network. How do I disable it? I read that disabling the UIP might do it, but wanted to see if there's some other way. I tried doing this at the router level using the Firewall Network Servicing stuff in the router, but that didn't work. I blocked the IPs address an entire range of ports but no go. Any ideas?
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