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B*mping, any updates on this feature? This would make remote management of cameras attached to the NVR so much easier as I could hit them over my network vs needing to manipulate them from the NVR.
I will throw my hand in in requesting this feature as well. Being able to disable HTTP completely would be nice, and also being able to install my own SSL certificate.
I 100% second this suggestion. I recently hooked up one of my cameras directly to my NVR, normally I hook them up to switches elsewhere in my network. I was rather disappointed to find that it a*signed it its own IP address on a 172.16.x.x network. I would MUCH rather have at least an OPTION to set the Reolink ports to act simply as a network switch and send all traffic to my router so that I can control IP a*signments from there and access the cameras via IP address on my own network so I can do maintenance such as firmware updates.Thanks
Hi allI’ve brought this up before and was told it was not a feature, but now making it a feature request. I’ve had great luck with voicing issues and feature requests on the forum and then seeing improvements in the software and firmware, so I’m hoping for the same here. All of my NVRs are set to record constantly. I want to be able to have 24/7 footage. However, on the NVR console itself, you can search for motion only events to get to parts of the recording footage where motion was detected. But this can only be done on the NVR itself plugged into a monitor Please please please make this a feature available and the desktop and more importantly mobile app. Again, I want to retain 24/7 recording, but I would love to be able to filter out and only see the motion events on the app so I can get to parts where the activity happens and then review extended footage before and after the motion. I know I’m not the only one looking for this. After recommending and a*sisting installation of two NVR systems, both asked about this ability. I’m sure there are plenty more out there. This would be a huge improvement to your playback feature and it’s sonething already implemented on the NVR itself. Thanks
I also experience the same issue sporadically. My carrier is AT&T and I believe they may be blocking or severely restricting access to the UPnP servers that are used when you don’t set up port forwarding and static IP addresses.
When trying to submit my application for the 5MP prototype, I keep getting the error "Submission Failed. Please try to submit again."All of the fields are properly populated and I have tried to submit multiple times with no lucky.2017-07-25-19_50_49-Get-a-Prototype-of-Reolink-5MP-RLC-410-Security-Camera-–-Play-Say.png
Is there a centralized document that contains all change logs for each camera? Right now the change-log files just show the difference between the current firmware and the last release. But, for example, if I miss two or three firmware releases, I want to be able to see all changes that have been made sorted by the firmware release.
You could use a WiFi Access Point in Client mode. TP-Link makes a lot of inexpensive products that can do this.
The RLN8 comes preinstalled with a 2TB HDD. The spec sheet online says the max supported capacity is 4TB. Is that 8TB total (4 on the internal Sata on 4 on the eSATA?) or 4TB total, meaning I can either swap the internal to a 4TB and that would be it or only add 2TB to the external? Thanks
The ability to drag and drop or reorder streams on the home screen of the camera app would be nice. E.g. I added a new camera so it now shows below my previously added cameras, but I actually want it higher to the top. Currently the only way to do that would be to delete the higher cameras, then re-add them. Being able to reorder without deleting would be nice.
I have recently begun testing motion detection push notifications on my own system as I have a friend who will soon be looking to deploy a ReoLink system, and push notifications are a huge feature he is looking for. I am using the latest ReoLink app on my iPhone 6 with iOS 10, so that is where these suggestions are coming from:1.) When viewing a particular stream, for example, Channel 6 on my 8 channel NVR, stop sending MD push notifications for that particular stream while I am viewing it, considering I am already seeing any motion and it hinders my live view.2.) When I have the app totally closed, and I get a push notification of MD, for example on Channel 3 of my 8 channel NVR, it should open up to that particular channel when I press OK or slide on it, since that would be the channel I would want to view immediately. Just some thoughts for improvement, however, overall, I am definitely extremely satisfied with the steady stream of updates and improvements ReoLink is sending out both for the cameras and the apps. Thanks
Hi AllI have an 8 channel NVR with six cameras recording to it constantly. It's been a while since I've looked at the desktop version of the Reolink app, but if I remember correctly, it shows both "normal" recording, aka the 24/7, and motion detection recordings. However, on the app, when I go to playback and select my desired channel under the NVR, it just shows the 24/7 recording. I still want the NVR to record 24/7, but I am wondering if there is a way to filter out to see only the motion detection event records on the iOS app?Thanks
B*mp - any response to this?
Yesterday morning I received the email from Reolink for the new Argus play and say program. I immediately went to the site and attempted to sign up, however, every time I finished and clicked submit, it would get hung up on processing.
After downloading the update of the latest version of the iOS app, when attempting to call certain presets, for example "living room", the kitchen preset gets called. But then if I call a different one, such as "back door" it works, then "living room" works as expected. Anybody else experiencing any similar issues?
Has anyone ever had any success with a physical joy stick controller to manipulate their PTZ cameras? I know there is PTZ control built into the app and web interface, this is more just for my own personal enjoyment. After a lot of searching on the internet, it seems that IP based PTZ controllers aren't too common. Anyone ever try this or know of any that work?
Hi all.Just got my C2. I love it. For my application, I needed the camera mounted high in my living room, and wanted more downloads PTZ mobility, so I mounted the camera upside down and mirrored and rotated the image so that the orientation is right. This worked perfectly except for one major issue. The pan and tilt controls are now inverted. In previous PTZ camera models I've owned, there was an option to invert the PT controls, but I can't seem to find that anywhere. Is this a setting that exists? Or if not, can it be incorporated into a future firmware update? It's definitely doable, and should be a pretty easy feature to include. Thanks
Alright. Thank you both for the replies. Definitely something I hope will eventually make it into a future build of the web software.
I know how to add and remove cameras and change their pa*swords via the NVR GUI. I was wondering it if was possible to REMOTELY manage cameras, such as via the client or web interface? I have a DVR at a remote family members house and they are installing new cameras, but I can't seem to find a way to a*sign the camera a channel number on the DVR. If its not possible, perhaps a feature request for a future software update?
Using the Reolink Client Software, I would like to know if it would be possible to save our preferences for screen split and camera a*signment to each window. I have two eight channel NVR's on my client, so the software automatically defaults to showing all cameras, but yet I only have six cameras active. I would like to know if there is a way to make the client "remember" our screen split settings, and which window each camera goes to. Or if not, perhaps as a request in a future update?
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