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Author Topic: Can you access the files on the SD card through your internal network? ie ftp?  (Read 1628 times)

cgmendla

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Is it possible to access the files via one's internal network? The interface given is a bit clunky.

I would like to periodically grab the files that are on the SD card using something like cobian backup and write them to a usb drive or NAS. (That way, if the camera is destroyed or stolen, I still have the pics/vids)

I'm beginning to think that isn't possible. I don't see an FTP port indicated on the web interface status page.  I tried to ftp to ports 21 and 22 but apparently there isn't a capacity to do that.



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Try map drive to the camera? Check the user manual to see what configuration is supported by the camera to access SD card files...
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Is it possible to access the files via one's internal network? The interface given is a bit clunky.

I would like to periodically grab the files that are on the SD card using something like cobian backup and write them to a usb drive or NAS. (That way, if the camera is destroyed or stolen, I still have the pics/vids)

I'm beginning to think that isn't possible. I don't see an FTP port indicated on the web interface status page.  I tried to ftp to ports 21 and 22 but apparently there isn't a capacity to do that.

The only thing I think that is possible is to use CURL.

I'm not sure, but I believe someone posted here about it, so you should search on it.  This has definitely been asked before.

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Any status on this?  ???

Is it possible to access the files via one's internal network? The interface given is a bit clunky.

I would like to periodically grab the files that are on the SD card using something like cobian backup and write them to a usb drive or NAS. (That way, if the camera is destroyed or stolen, I still have the pics/vids)

I'm beginning to think that isn't possible. I don't see an FTP port indicated on the web interface status page.  I tried to ftp to ports 21 and 22 but apparently there isn't a capacity to do that.
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RYAT3

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Is it possible to access the files via one's internal network? The interface given is a bit clunky.

I would like to periodically grab the files that are on the SD card using something like cobian backup and write them to a usb drive or NAS. (That way, if the camera is destroyed or stolen, I still have the pics/vids)

I'm beginning to think that isn't possible. I don't see an FTP port indicated on the web interface status page.  I tried to ftp to ports 21 and 22 but apparently there isn't a capacity to do that.

I found this solution.

http://forums.dlink.com/index.php?topic=58200.msg236573;boardseen#new
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Hope it works...
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