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DCS-930L - Setup Wizard v1.02.03 Posted
« on: January 29, 2013, 05:15:07 AM »

D-Link posted version 1.02.03 of the Setup Wizard here: D-Link Taiwan Site (Downloads)
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Re: DCS-930L - Setup Wizard v1.02.03 Posted
« Reply #1 on: January 30, 2013, 11:24:27 AM »

Note that the download is 280MB, an iso file (a CD)
Type    Firmware
Description    Wizard: DCS-930L_A1_Wizard_v 1.02.03( for WW)
Download       DCS-930L_v2.00.iso   
Last modified    2013/01/23
We've just ordered another DCS-930L, we'll see what version comes with it.

EDIT: The downloaded file contains (among a bucketful of junk):
SetupWizard.app v1.02.03 dated 10/09/2012, for Mac
SETUP_WIZARD.exe dated 09/25/2012, for PC

EDIT2 - SetupWizard.app v1.02.03 does NOT run on MacOS 10.6.8 !

EDIT3 - "new" DCS-930L came with OLD firmware v1.02. On my Mac system with NetGear router, we used WPS to get the camera onto our LAN subnet, a snap. Then connected the Ethernet cable, and changed the final digits of the IP to desired number, then set as static IP. Then uploaded firmware v1.07, all OK. Set other parameters and saved CFG file. Next, because we are on MacOS 10.6.8, we had to use old "mydlink Setup Utility v1.0.06_07272011.app" - which went flawlessly, now this camera is added along with the other 2 on myDLink. Only bad thing is, Apple and Firefox now not supporting Java  ... that's rotten!

EDIT4 - Mac users may want to look at https://discussions.apple.com/message/21105324#21105324 for a hack to reenable Java on 10.6.8 - will allow *viewing* at myDLink.com, but Firefox and Safari will hang if you try to *control* the camera thru myDLink.com. EDIT 2/2 Apple released an update to Java - Safari mydlink now finctional, but in Firefox clicking "Advance" causes lockup trying to go to https://LANIP.
« Last Edit: February 02, 2013, 07:31:54 PM by acellier »
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