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elischneider

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Using two cameras with new network interface
« on: September 24, 2020, 08:01:47 AM »
I have been having difficulties using two cameras at once. I can get one to work but the other always seems to not connect to the weblink when I type in its IP address. Is there another way to use 2 cameras? Or a way I can Change the IP address on the camera?

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Re: Using two cameras with new network interface
« Reply #1 on: October 05, 2020, 08:08:24 PM »
Do you have both cameras connected via Etherent or USB? Is it consistent which camera fails to connect?

You can see the IP on the network settings screen, you might try pinging them both to check connectivity. You can also set a static IP address on that screen.

It is possible that the operating system on one of the cameras is corrupted in such a way that the webserver that serves the control web page doesn't work. If it's always one camera that fails, you may try reflashing the OS SD card and see if that helps.