Forum Security Cameras Wi-Fi Cameras Remote viewing on web browswer

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    I'm working with 3 Reolink cameras.  (1) 411WS and (2) 410WS.  I've successfully logged into the 411 from Google Chrome. It took alot of experimenting, but it's finally working. By the way, for those of you wondering, you need to port forward port 80 and port 1935.  Now, while I've gotten that one to work, for the life of me, I can't get the other 2 to log-in.  I keep getting a Network Surveillance page telling me to download DVR webclient plug-in.  Did I download it? Yes.  Did it help? No.  Network
    My question is...What correct mistake did I make with the 411WS to get past the NPClient.html?iPport=9000 page (Network Surveillance page) on my 411WS?



    Also, I'm able to log into my 2 other cameras by typing...http://(wan ip address):port/cgi-bin/snap.cgi?user=admin&password=xxxxxxx but it's only a snap shot, and I don't have any control over it.  I know Reolink has another way to log in besides wan ipaddy:http port.  But I'm unable to locate it.



    Hello~The Reolink IP cameras support remotely control but they require port 1935(RTMP prot) to be opened. However it can only be opened for one camera as this port is unique. Our R&D team is working on this issue to support cameras simultaneously log in remotely.

    As for your second question, the URL you were using is for snapping pictures only. If you want to use the CGI URL to preview the cameras, please use rtmp://(ip address)/bcs/channel0_(stream type).bcs?channel=0&stream=0&user=(user name)&password=(user password) or  rtsp://(user name):(password)@(ip address):554//h264Preview_01_(stream type).

    For example: rtmp:// or


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