Wvc54 tzo not updating
I strongly suspect this is partly the reason for the introduction of the WVC80N, although reviews do look promising. This entry was posted by Brian on January 20, 2010 at am, and is filled under Documents, Don't Hate, Gadgets. You can leave a response or trackback from your own site.
If you’ve read my big post on the Zoneminder configuration I have at home, you’ll notice that I favored capture of JPEG stills over using MJPEG during initial configuration.
Amazingly, Linksys doesn’t keep a nice repo around (or, at least I couldn’t find one, perhaps there’s an FTP dump somewhere).
I found the old 1.00 R24 build here, and for backup’s sake, here‘s a version I’ll host and keep around forever.
At the time, the reason was simple; I couldn’t make MJPEG work.
If you buy an IP camera from Mi Casa Verde, we will pre-configure it to work with Vera right out of the box.
(Specific info for users of Panasonic IP Cameras) When adding a camera that is not on the supported list, see the section 'Manually adding a camera' below. However, for unknown reasons, the Panasonic camera will not get an IP address on your LAN until you run the Windows software supplied with it.
I have a feeling that Linksys hasn’t completely nailed down the configuration settings/supplicant for that Ralink card they have in there, or that the open source drivers just aren’t that great.
I flashed back to 1.00 R24, and immediately was able to connect.
In addition, flashing back up to V1.1 after configuring wifi on 1.00 R24 makes everything work just fine.
Set the default username/password on the camera to: dceadmin and dcepass for Vera to detect the camera automatically, or, if you use your own username/password, add the camera to Vera manually and provide Vera your username/password to access the camera.
Update: For Mac users please access this link and setup your camera. Inexpensive IP security camera designed for the Australian and New Zealand Z-Wave users, but shipping world wide.