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Network filter! Ooops

A8ree

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I was trying to prevent needing to use authentication on my LAN and I enabled a setting in the configuration that put in place a filter

I was trying to allow access from 192.168.1.0/24 but it didn't like that so I used 192.168.1.0...... and locked myself out.

Any ideas how I get back in?
 

A8ree

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I can't even access my other camera - which I can access the webui on - from telnet. Perhaps its disabled?
 

David

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Can you access the camera from the wan side of your network? Use your public iP address and add port 80.
 

A8ree

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i've set my ip address to 192.168.0.0 and whilst I can ping it now, theres no response from the webpage
 

A8ree

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and running telnet 192.168.1.40 80 shows the connection is made
 

Phil

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What camera model please?
Use the hard reset pushbutton and start again?
 

A8ree

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Its a DS-2CD2345FWD-I
I'll have to retrieve it and go for a hard reset as you suggest

Thanks for your help
 

fullboogie

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Do you have an NVR? If so, access it directly on the monitor and change the setting.
 
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