[EMS Discuss] Office cam is back online
clif at eugeneweb.com
Wed Jan 22 07:46:34 PST 2014
I thought about that after I went home, sure that would be a simple
solution. Though when I left I was a bit frustrated about how long it
took to trouble shoot a simple problem like this when the camera just
worked at my house. So I guess at that time, I didn't want to give it
any excuses for breaking again. ;-)
On 01/22/2014 02:45 AM, Bob Miller wrote:
> Did you plug the printer back in and let it negotiate a new DHCP lease?
> On Tue, Jan 21, 2014 at 8:36 PM, Mr. Clif <clif at eugeneweb.com
> <mailto:clif at eugeneweb.com>> wrote:
> Hi Gang,
> the office cam is back online. It works fine but I couldn't figure
> out how to get the routers dhcp server to assign addressed based
> on mac addresses. This may mean that its address wasn't truly
> static which would be necessary for the port forwarding rules to
> work. So I set a static address in the camera bypassing DHCP. The
> last problem I had was the HP printer took this address so I
> unplugged that.
> All the cams are documented here:
> Oh, except for Ellery's Personal Surveillance System (EPS) which
> has four cameras. Ellery, if you want to know whats going on at
> the shop, you might try showing up more often.
> Discuss mailing list
> Discuss at eugenemakerspace.com <mailto:Discuss at eugenemakerspace.com>
> Bob Miller K<bob>
> kbob at jogger-egg.com <mailto:kbob at jogger-egg.com>
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