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MODEM DHCP SERVER _ Turn on IP Add. Dist ( Windows 10 )


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#1 CleaverJ

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Posted 03 July 2015 - 01:53 PM

Hi all, 

 

This is more a networking post. However running windows 10 and some common modem insight might help me. 

 

I have had 2 IP Webcam both I have not managed to get working. My best guess so far is I need to enable IP Address distrubution DHCP Server. I hope someone can help me please. 

 

System Info

Windows 10 Pro Insider Preview : Build 10162

System Type : 64-nit Operating System, x64-based processor

Processor Intel® Pentium 2.16 GHz

Installed memory ( RAM ) : 8.00GB

 

Security: Avast Professional, Superantispyware Pro, Reason Core Security, Malware Bytes Anti Exploit Premium

 

Firewall: Glasswire

 

Modem MP264

 

Software Version : 4.2.2P_p0108_build_05

 

WEBCAM

 

Office One (Outdoor Wireless IP Camera) Model SC10IP

 

Thanks !!

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#2 YeahBleeping

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Posted 03 July 2015 - 02:40 PM

Although I have not tried Win 10 or Edge (the win 10 browser) Other people with problems with their IP cameras needed to enable Active X controls (probably not signed)  This may be a huge security risk unless this is a private network.  This would be my GUESS but is something to look into.



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Posted 03 July 2015 - 02:52 PM

Hi, 

 

Thanks for reply. I have ruled out that option. I am sure it is to do with the IP address distribution and enabling DHCP server. 






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