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mattleppala



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PostPosted: Thu Oct 07, 2004 8:56 pm    Post subject: Help, I have a 2100+ Camera but.. Reply with quote

I have my camera all set up, I can even access the administrator panel from outside the net. I have my router configured with all ports and everything. Everything is great except for the fact that I can not get good broadcast code.

Could someone provide me their code they use on a website (newest firmware upgrade on dsc 2100+)

i use port 80, and all the other default ports, things work fine i just need good working code, their website code wil not work for me, i emailed dlink but they are no help yet.

thank you guys
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david
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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 2:03 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

The below code works for my set up. I suspect the code is dependant on a specific version of the camera software.

Copy some of the setting from your own camera page (remoteip, id, port etc).

Code:

<OBJECT ID="VACtrl" WIDTH="330" HEIGHT="270" CLASSID=CLSID:A93B47FD-9BF6-4DA8-97FC-9270B9D64A6C
   CODEBASE="http://<user>:<pwd>@<host/ip>:<web port>/plugin/h263ctrl.cab#version=1,7,0,1">
<PARAM NAME="Url" VALUE="http://<user>:<pwd>@<host/ip>:<web port>/cgi-bin/video.vam">
<PARAM NAME="VSize" VALUE="CMS">
<PARAM NAME="RemoteIP" VALUE="167880896">
<PARAM NAME="RemotePort" VALUE="5001">
<PARAM NAME="RemoteID" VALUE="953134">
<PARAM NAME="DisplayTimeFormat" VALUE="1">
<PARAM NAME="DigitalZoomEdit" VALUE="false">
<PARAM NAME="Language" VALUE="EN">
</OBJECT>


I recommend you to create a new user used for web access. Then you can easily turn it off or change connection type (UDP, TCP or HTTP).

I am currently able to access the camera vide feed in UDP and from the same location able to access my "broadcasting" page with above with with UDP as well.

Exclamation When connecting to my broadcast code the connection initially times out (error message "Could not connect to server") but a few seconds later the video/sound appears.

Using the video feed in a custom web page is not officially supported so don't expect any help from d-link.

If you need to "broadcast" the feed for some commercial purpose I would recommend you to look into a more advanced camera or set-up.

good luck,
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mattleppala



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PostPosted: Fri Oct 08, 2004 6:48 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Thank you for your response, my question to you after your post is

where do I find

<PARAM NAME="RemoteIP" VALUE="167880896">

<PARAM NAME="RemoteID" VALUE="953134">


How do I find those two values in the camera configuration page? I see nothing. MY camera is run locally on IP 10.10.2.10 but I have it configured in my router set up to broadcast globally. The global IP address is camera.superiorstreetproperties.com. You can connect to my camera configuration at http://camera.superiorstreetproperties.com from anywhere right now but I really need this live feed so it doesn't require using that.

Thank You for your time,
Matt
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david
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PostPosted: Sat Oct 09, 2004 11:41 am    Post subject: Reply with quote

I found min values by viewing the HTML source of the camera.

Your source says:

Code:

document.write("<PARAM NAME=\"RemoteIP\" VALUE=\"167905802\">");
document.write("<PARAM NAME=\"RemotePort\" VALUE=\"5001\">");
document.write("<PARAM NAME=\"RemoteID\" VALUE=\"32208\">");


so use those values in your code.

By the way, in my code example I had removed all the
Code:
document.write("
but it should be there.

Let me know about your custom broadcassting page and I can have a look at it for any obvious errors.

PS See here for a working code Wink Once again, the page first alert "connection failed" but 10-20 seconds later audio and video shows up...
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