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Author Topic: DCS-5020L - Firmware v1.02b05 Release Notes Posted!!!  (Read 2629 times)


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DCS-5020L - Firmware v1.02b05 Release Notes Posted!!!
« on: January 02, 2014, 12:25:54 PM »

Firmware: 1.02b05 - Date: 09/25/2013

  • [New Feature] Update mydlink agent to v2.0.17-b28
  • [New Feature] Add user can configure interval setting for motion/sound detection of mail/ftp
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed schedule time of motion detection/sound detection incorrect issue when start time > end time
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed h.264 streaming issue tested on ios6
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed IP task will be restarted issue on DHCP renew time
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed OSD disappear issue
  • [Bug Fix] NTP source port change to port 123
  • [Bug Fix] Fixed bad frame issue sometimes which cause false motion detection alarm
  • [Known Issue] When use accesses the device by mobile APPs or mydlink portal, the Pan/Tilt function would operate in opposite direction if the flip or mirror function is enabled
  • [Known Issue] [Proxy View] The Non-IE browser would display [Load h264dec library failure] when using PPPoE address to view the camera H.264 live streaming on proxy test environment, because java cannot support proxy
  • [Known Issue] When the camera is operating under the dim environment, the frame rate will drop under 15fps automatically to increase the video quality. This will reduce the total number of snapshot sending to FTP server rather than at the high rate in the FTP snapshot setting
  • [Known Issue] Sometimes having “LAG” issue while viewing the 160x112 live video feed

DCS-5020L - Cumulative Firmware Release Notes
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