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DCS-6620G might be dead

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PostPosted: Thu Sep 13, 2012 11:16 pm    Post subject: DCS-6620G might be dead Reply with quote


I have a probelm with my old Dlink DCS-6620G camera.
It died for a few months ago (maybe year) so i changed it with a new one, and since then it have been collecting dust. Today i found the camera again, and tried with a different power supply, and it works some what again.

I have 2 solid led's on the front. The Reset hole does nothing.
Is there anyway i can fix this camera?
I've read/heard about someone ftp in a new firmware on it?
But i cant get the thing on my network.
What is the default IP address on this camera? I tried and i have scanned my network for new devices on 10.0.0.x (and 192.168.0.x) but didnt find any.

(the new camera is not the same as my old one)
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PostPosted: Fri Sep 14, 2012 12:58 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

Two things.

1. The real reset is complicated: press in while plugging in the power. Keep that pose until the LEDs flash. That should be in the manual.

2. If you assigned it a static IP, the reset changes that to the default address, which is (check the manual), or if you have a DHCP server running, check there to see what IP was given to the camera.
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