Hikvision NVR The network is unreachable message

Did you see “The network is unreachable” message in your Hikvision NVR?No worries, I’ve been there and I will share the solution to this problem.Let’s dive into this…What causes the network is unreachable messageThe NVR needs to communicate with the IP camera via the network.You may see this error message when something is not correct […]

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Axis camera working in the Hikvision NVR

How to add Axis cameras to a Hikvision NVR (Via ONVIF protocol)

In this article, I show you how to add Axis cameras to a Hikvision NVR.I’ve tested this integration in my lab, and now I want to share that with you.The following picture shows an Axis P1365 MKII, a P3225-V MK II, and a P5624-E MK II displaying live video in a 4-channel Hikvision NVR DS-7604NI-E1/4P.Hikvision NVR with Axis camerasLet’s see how […]

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Hikvision NVR flip the image

How to flip the image in a Hikvision NVR

Want to flip the image in a Hikvision NVR ?It’s frustrating to have the image upside down in your NVR, isn’t it?Yeah, I’ve been there, but I could figure out how to fix it. It’s straightforward.How to flip the image in a Hikvision NVR OK, there are two ways to flip the image in a Hikvision […]

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Axis camera working in the Hikvision NVR

Hikvision NVR – No enough bandwidth message (solved)

Did you see the message “No enough bandwidth” message in a Hikvision NVR?That message usually shows up when trying to add a camera via ONVIF.This issue is also common for other recorders such as Luma and LTS.I had this problem trying to add an Axis P1365 MK II to a DS-7604NE-E1/4PDon’t worry. I have the […]

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Wisenet camera in Hikvision NVR

Hikvision NVR – No IP camera for deletion (solved)

Did you get the message “No IP camera for deletion” in your Hikvision NVR?Don’t worry, here you are going to find a solution for this….Hikvision NVR message “No IP camera for deletionLet’s take a look at how you can fix this problem.What causes the messageThis message shows up when IP cameras are connected to the […]

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Add Wisenet Camera to ACS

How to Add Wisenet Cameras to Axis Camera Station (via ONVIF)

In this article, I show how to add Wisenet cameras to the Axis Camera Station.The Wisenet cameras don’t integrate directly with ACS but can work via ONVIF.Some Wisenet cameras are also known as Samsung Techwin or Hanwha Techwin cameras since they are part of the same manufacturer/brand.I’ve tested the Wisenet QNO-6010R, and it worked in the Axis Camera Station.Add Wisenet cameras […]

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Reolink camera on ACS

How to add Reolink cameras to Axis Camera Station (via RTSP)

Let’s take a look at how to add Reolink cameras to Axis Camera Station.Yeah, can you have your camera running on this software via the RTSP protocol.Wait. Can’t I use the ONVIF protocol instead? Huummm, not really 🙁I’ve tested the setup, and I have more details to share. Keep reading to learn more…Reolink cameraa are […]

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P3225 MKII Name via DHCP OK

How to set up security camera hostname via DHCP (example with Axis camera)

In this article, I show how to set up the security camera hostname via DHCP.I use an Axis camera P3225 MKII and the Open DHCP server as an example.The following picture shows the camera with the hostname displayed on the top.The hostname information is offered to the device via DHCP option 12.Let’s see how it works…How […]

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How to Power IP cameras via Coax Cable

Do you want to power your IP cameras via coax cables?Yeah, that’s possible and I can show you how to do that…There are different ways to accomplish this task, so let’s discuss how it’s done.How to send power to IP cameras via CoaxYou can use converters (A.K.A. PoE Over Coax Adapter Kits) to send power […]

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Video files from SD card

How to read Axis SD card in a PC

In this article, I show how to read the SD card from an Axis camera in a PC.The traditional and best way to check the video recorded in the camera’s SD card is to use the web interface, but it’s also possible to use a computer.Let’s see how this is possible. You need to learn […]

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