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Quinte

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Re: RTSP support?
« Reply #15 on: August 09, 2020, 07:58:24 AM »

The PIN code shown on the bottom of the camera does not work as the password.   The RTSP authentication window appears with 'admin' as login and it keeps re-prompting for the password when I enter the PIN from the bottom of the camera.

I believe I am using the correct format and the IP address of the camera I verified as correct
 'rtsp://admin:PIN@192.168.0.168:554/stream1'

Am I missing something?

Thanks.
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iostars

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Re: RTSP support?
« Reply #16 on: August 10, 2020, 08:59:27 AM »

I have been trying the same with this camera using the following:

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rtsp://admin:<pincode>@[IPADDRESS]/stream1

It seems the newest firmware does get prompted for user/pass but something has changed. admin + pincode is no longer the correct combination.

It might be possible they have change the user to something else perhaps? If not they just might have closed that other clients then the app can access the stream. Does someone know what they changed exactly in the firmware?

If someone has a rooted android and can do a tcpdump, that might give a clue to the changes.
« Last Edit: August 10, 2020, 10:23:28 AM by iostars »
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firehammer047

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Re: RTSP support?
« Reply #17 on: January 23, 2021, 12:40:15 AM »

Finally opened the box to my DCS-8010LH, bought it about 2 years ago. I bought it because of the HD video, but I didn't realize it doesn't have an ethernet connection. I had to download the stupid mydlink app on my phone to configure the camera, on a router that IS NOT connected to the internet (but my phone is). Basically, the cam configuration is done over Bluetooth LE and I spent hours trying to configure it WITHOUT the mydlink app following this guide:

https://github.com/bmork/defogger    (for the 8000LH)

I can connect via BT from the command line with bluetoothctl (ubuntu 18.04) and query the camera, but I couldn't configure it so I downloaded the mydlink app.

Not much info out there but my camera has FW version 1.0 and I was able to grab the rtsp feed with vlc using:

rtsp://IP_OF_CAM/stream1  -- HD
rtsp://IP_OF_CAM/stream2  -- 720p

user: admin
password: admin

You can also grab JPEGs with http://IP_OF_CAM/jpeg.cgi

I'm still working on getting an H264 feed via HTTP.
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