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 on: Today at 01:35:11 PM 
Started by SublimeJhn - Last post by SublimeJhn
Hello, since D-Link does not wish to make their older cameras compatible with Alexa, I am attempting to set up my DCS-932L using another program. I can set it up fine using http, but that leaves me with no audio. I need the rtsp link to set it up, but I cannot find this info. Any help would be appreciated.

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 on: Today at 01:11:25 PM 
Started by vince105 - Last post by FurryNutz
While ur waiting,
Can you remove the SD card to see if that is messing the camera?

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 on: Today at 01:05:56 PM 
Started by vince105 - Last post by vince105
Fingers crossed!

 4 
 on: Today at 12:10:58 PM 
Started by vince105 - Last post by GreenBay42
I see D-Link Canada created a ticket for you with the engineers (D-Track) so hopefully they will figure out what is happening.

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 on: Today at 12:08:26 PM 
Started by thekochs - Last post by thekochs
For my wife's & kids MACs I have Apple Time "Capsule" (3TB) unit hook via e-Net cable to my DIR-882.
Apple's Time Machine software on MACs backs up wirelessly to it (via the DIR-882).....all nice & easy.
Apple has said they are out of that biz and will support the TC unit with firmware for years but I'm looking ahead.
How do I support an external USB HDD hooked to the DIR-882 for Time Machine support ?
Asus AC2900 Wi-Fi Router (RT-AC86U) states they have TM support.
In my v1.11 firmware I see USB drive section but does not look like anything for this type support ?

Help/Thoughts ?

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 on: Today at 11:32:53 AM 
Started by vince105 - Last post by vince105
I am noticing in the logs that `watch-dog` keeps rebooting my camera. Sometimes it is every five minutes for hours and sometimes it doesn't for a day. I have two of these cameras on the same network, both outside, and only the one is having this problem.

At times, the reboot seems to put the device in a bad state where I can not access it at all and have to do a power cycle to get it going again. Sometimes multiple power cycles are required.

I am using the latest firmware 2.00.

This is a sample of the logs:
2019/01/12 13:39:01 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 13:39:26 system power on.
2019/01/12 13:39:33 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 13:39:57 network port connected.
2019/01/12 13:42:40 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 13:42:53 network port connected.
2019/01/12 13:43:35 admin login Ok from 192.168.2.91
2019/01/12 15:00:00 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 15:00:17 network port connected.
2019/01/12 15:07:00 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 15:07:26 system power on.
2019/01/12 15:07:33 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 15:07:58 network port connected.
2019/01/12 15:18:44 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 15:19:09 system power on.
2019/01/12 15:19:17 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 15:19:40 network port connected.
2019/01/12 15:44:03 admin login Ok from 192.168.2.91
2019/01/12 15:44:49 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 15:45:13 system power on.
2019/01/12 15:45:21 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 15:45:43 network port connected.
2019/01/12 15:47:05 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 15:47:31 system power on.
2019/01/12 15:47:38 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 15:48:02 network port connected.
2019/01/12 16:10:04 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 16:10:28 system power on.
2019/01/12 16:10:35 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 16:10:58 network port connected.
2019/01/12 16:11:26 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 16:11:51 system power on.
2019/01/12 16:11:58 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 16:12:22 network port connected.
2019/01/12 16:20:51 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 16:21:02 network port connected.
2019/01/12 16:22:16 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 16:22:41 system power on.
2019/01/12 16:22:49 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 16:23:12 network port connected.
2019/01/12 17:06:32 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 17:06:56 system power on.
2019/01/12 17:07:03 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 17:07:27 network port connected.
2019/01/12 17:44:24 admin login Ok from 192.168.2.91
2019/01/12 17:53:16 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/12 17:53:41 system power on.
2019/01/12 17:53:49 SD card size 31159328 Kb.
2019/01/12 17:54:12 network port connected.
2019/01/12 19:48:32 admin login Ok from 192.168.2.91
2019/01/12 21:39:00 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 21:39:12 network port connected.
2019/01/12 21:44:17 admin login Ok from 192.168.2.91
2019/01/12 22:44:02 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 22:44:19 network port connected.
2019/01/12 22:54:21 network port disconnected.
2019/01/12 22:54:32 network port connected.
2019/01/13 01:12:13 system watch-dog reboot.(code 08)
2019/01/13 01:12:39 system power on.

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 on: Today at 11:28:59 AM 
Started by vince105 - Last post by vince105
I am getting a `The request is forbidden` error when trying to access the camera using its IP, both through a browser and through an NVR. Any suggestions on what I can do or what triggered this?

I am using the latest firmware 2.00.

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 on: Today at 11:03:23 AM 
Started by GreenBay42 - Last post by GreenBay42
On January 22, 2019, D-Link became aware of a 3rd Party security research report by Cyber Independent Testing Lab (https://cyber-itl.org/). CITL accuses many consumer WIFI products from various US brands of deploying firmware that has security vulnerabilities based on unpatched bugs and development practices.  CITL accused the following D-Link router models DIR-850L, DIR-880L, DIR-842, DIR-890L, and DIR-895L.

D-Link has promptly started investigating the issue, and we will provide updates as soon as we have more information. D-Link takes network security and user privacy very seriously. We have a dedicated task force and product management team on call to address evolving security issues and implement appropriate security measures.

For more information and updates, go here --> https://securityadvisories.dlink.com/announcement/publication.aspx?name=SAP10108


- Thanks Furry

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 on: Today at 07:43:11 AM 
Started by svobod3 - Last post by GreenBay42
Unfortunately this is a common issue with many cameras on the market (not just D-Link) that uses pixel change (vs PIR) for motion detection. Switching from day-to-night and night-to-day is a side effect.

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 on: Today at 06:47:25 AM 
Started by kwisatz - Last post by FurryNutz
No, should connect at N modes.

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