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    Jan 01,2024 | EXVIST Official Store

    Why is it failed to access the IP Camera from Google Chrome?

    The failure to access the IP camera from Google Chrome or IPCManager/Device Manager, even when using the default username and password, may be related to network configuration issues.
    Following the provided steps:
    1. Checking the IP of the PC using 'ipconfig/all' in CMD and noting the IP address (e.g. 192.168.X.7).
    2. Manually entering the IP address(e.g. 192.168.X.129) in the IPCManager/Device Manager to ensure it matches the network segment of the PC.
    These steps are designed to address potential network segment mismatches that may be hindering the accessibility of the IP camera. By ensuring that both the PC and the IP camera are within the same network segment, it can help resolve the accessibility issue.
    It's important to note that the accessibility of the IP camera from Google Chrome or IPCManager/Device Manager might also be impacted by other factors such as network settings, firewall configurations, or device-specific issues. If the above steps do not resolve the issue, further troubleshooting or support from the manufacturer may be necessary. Or check the following reasons:
    1. Network Issues: It's possible that there are network connectivity issues preventing access to the IP camera. Check if the network connection is stable and if there are any firewall or security settings blocking the access.
    2. Incorrect IP or URL: Ensure that you are entering the correct IP address or URL for the IP camera in the Chrome browser. It's important to use the appropriate format and ports if required.
    3. Browser Settings: Check if there are any browser settings or extensions in Chrome that could be causing the issue. Try accessing the IP camera in incognito mode or with browser extensions disabled.
    4. Firmware or Software Updates: Ensure that the firmware or software of the IP camera is up to date. Outdated software can sometimes cause problems with accessing the camera from a web browser.
    5. Login Credentials: Double-check the login credentials for the IP camera. Ensure that you are using the correct username and password to access the camera.

    Video Tutorial of Quickly Modifying IP address