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  1. gDMSS seems to develop fast and almost every new version has UI messed so much that need to sit down and learn lot of things again. Don't know what is the logic to change so much at once, I got many contacts from confused clients how to do a thing in new version which was working other way in old version... In some point, maybe 2-3 years ago the playback timeline changed. In older version, when you started playback and chose all recordings (continuous, motion detection, alarm, ivs) you still could see on timeline different colours. Dim, but it was there. Now in newer versions, I could not see this anymore. If I choose all, everything is just gray, and if I choose motion detection, then I just see orange motion detection recordings but cannot play anything around them. Maybe this is just a feature, couldn't find any setting to display all recordings at different colours as it is viewed in web UI or in SmartPSS.
  2. Just installed a new Dahua CCTV system last week again. Got three HDBW4431E-AE3 cameras and when I started to configure them, opened the UI with Firefox and tought I don't need to see the video, just putting right IPs etc, but my surprise was that they have developed the firmware so Firefox shows also the video without any plugin installation!
  3. Yes, these are good pair and will work together. Easy to install also, they start to work without any tweaking when plugged in NVR's PoE-ports.
  4. I have also mixed Dahua NVR with Hikvision (Hiwatch) cameras in couple of places and I don't have such blackouts on continuous recording timeline. Even motion detection works fine. I should check NVR log first. Is there any indication of camera going offline? The best result seems to be to put camera in "camera registration" manufacturer->ONVIF, RTSP port->Self-adaption, HTTP port->80, decode buffer->default, remote channel->1 and protocol->auto. Also in cameras web ui there is some settings for ONVIF, they seem to vary depending of software version. At least ONVIF should be on and one user created for rtsp use. At home I have an "old" NVR4116H 16-channel recorder which seems to work best. 10 cameras connected, 6 of them are Dahua and 4 Hikvision Hiwatch series. Second place I have newer NVR4208P-4KS2 8-channel recorder with 2 Dahuas and 2 Hikvisions. There everything is working fine but I just have weird time issue on the playback timeline. When I click on the timeline to start the play for example 10:05, it starts the video right, I can see the cameras clock is running 10:05 but the cursor on the timeline runs 09:05. It plays the right time (I know it when comparing video content to Dahua cameras) but just the timeline shows wrong. I have triple checked that the clock in both Hik cameras is right and even disabled DST and put time zone one forward. No effect. In third place I have NVR4108P with one Planet camera running RTSP and one Hik bullet as ONVIF. It works perfectly fine without time issues also.
  5. Problem still persists. Now got at least two other phones/clients who have lost passwords in a saved device. What happened in the update?
  6. Noticed few weeks ago (dec 2018) that my gDMSS plus app was updated. After a while I couldn't connect to a NVR anymore. Then when I looked more carefull I saw that none of my devices could not be connected anymore. All passwords blank! Yesterday I installed one new camera and today its password was wiped out. Anyone got similar experiences?
  7. Thanks for nice thread! However, I have HFW4422EP which is not responding anymore. It has been connected directly to NVR4108-P recorder straight out from the box. When I connect camera in PoE switch, I can see PoE light on and a bit later data light also. When I put the camera against table surface and block all the light, night mode and IR lights are not switching on. Also Configtool cannot find camera. I supplied direct 12V power in camera and connected it to PC, set my PC in 192.168.1.x subnet but still Configtool cannot find the camera. With advanced port scanner - software I can found camera in 192.168.1.108 and it shows its MAC, but not any ports being open. Also it does not respond in ping. With telnet, http, ssh nothing. There seems to be no physical reset - switch in the camera. Because the shape is not circular, also cannot screw open the lens element to expose reset switch as it is possible in circular models. Any ideas?
  8. I noticed a new thing about this problem. In clients system there was two Zavio cameras (B5110 and B5210) and B5210 was suffering from auto exposure problem. In winter B5110 broke and was not providing video stream to Dahua NVR (4104) anymore. After that (when B5210 was the only camera connected) there was no exposure problem anymore. Because hard winter and difficulties to reach the site it was like that for about 2 months and no exposure problem at all! Last week I replaced the broken B5110 with Hiwatch DS-230. This morning noticed that exposure problem is back. So it seems that if there is any other camera connected with B5210 something is messed with exposure adjust...
  9. I have a client who has Zavio B5110 and B5210 cameras. There was NAS storage for them but it was difficult to use and sometimes offline, so I decided to put a Dahua NVR4104-P there. I knew it would work as I have myself B5110 connected to my NVR4116 and in past I had one B5210 also. And basically it works fine. I can see live video from both cameras and even motion detection in B5210 works. But something happens when B5210 is connected to NVR. It seems to lose its ability to adjust the shutter automatically. This shows especially in the evening, when it gets dark, camera does not slower the shutter and that results black picture. Probably camera turns IR on but if shutter stays 1/1000 on dark the picture is black. Same thing in the morning. If camera has been rebooted in the dark and shutter is - to say maybe 1/25 or 1/50, the picture gets white when sun rises. When camera is in this state the shutter does not change automatically according to limits that has been set. However, it changes when I change the limit. Automatic behaviour returns after reboot and I assume it adjusts the shutter for some time and and certain point it does not work anymore. When camera was not connected to NVR there was not this problem. I have tested also registering camera in Dahua NVR different ways, with ONVIF and RTSP but nothing helps. I remember now also that I had a same problem with my own B5210 when connected to NVR, but it happened more randomly, not necessarily every day. So this seems to be somekind of compatibility problem with Dahua NVRs and B5210 model at least. I have gone thru almost all settings that affect on picture but nothing helps. Any ideas?
  10. In my clients case the NVR is behind Cisco NAT router and telnet port is not forwarded. Unless they did hack the router also...
  11. I can confirm this also with NVR-5232, see other thread viewtopic.php?f=3&t=45848 Hacker has logged in with 888888 from outside network.
  12. Thanks 51cent, it indeed is And works also with Dahua plugins. So it is so far the only browser to use Dahua web UI. Chrome works also but having 2-3 different apps for different aged Dahuas is confusing.
  13. oh6hfx

    Hacked DVR--Dahua

    My client has NVR-5232 and had it was hacked last evening (21.9.17). I can confirm also that hacker has accessed the device with user account 888888 via network. There were no default passwords in NVR. According to log, everything was done just in 2 minutes. When I arrived the site all the cameras were offline and in spare channels I could see HACKED in the channel name. Also PPPoe settings was written "HACKED". Also hacker had changed some settings in all 7 cameras. I had to plug them in one by one and updating fw with configtool before I could get any video out. Here a clip from the log: 37 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 User logged in IP Address: 89.34.79.84 User: 888888 38 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 39 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 40 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 41 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 42 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 43 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 44 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 45 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 46 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 47 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 48 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 49 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 50 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 51 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 52 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 53 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 54 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 55 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 56 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 57 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 58 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 59 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 60 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 61 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 62 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 63 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 64 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 65 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 66 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 67 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 68 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 69 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save COLOR SETTING Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 70 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save NETWORK Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 71 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DNS Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 72 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save IPV6 DNS Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 73 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:8 Channel Display :CAM 8-->HACKED 8 74 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:9 Channel Display :CAM 9-->HACKED 9 75 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:10 Channel Display :CAM 10-->HACKED 10 76 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:11 Channel Display :CAM 11-->HACKED 11 77 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:12 Channel Display :CAM 12-->HACKED 12 78 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:13 Channel Display :CAM 13-->HACKED 13 79 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:14 Channel Display :CAM 14-->HACKED 14 80 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:15 Channel Display :CAM 15-->HACKED 15 81 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:16 Channel Display :CAM 16-->HACKED 16 82 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:17 Channel Display :CAM 17--> 83 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:18 Channel Display :CAM 18--> 84 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:19 Channel Display :CAM 19--> 85 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:20 Channel Display :CAM 20--> 86 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:21 Channel Display :CAM 21--> 87 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:22 Channel Display :CAM 22--> 88 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:23 Channel Display :CAM 23--> 89 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:24 Channel Display :CAM 24--> 90 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:25 Channel Display :CAM 25--> 91 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:26 Channel Display :CAM 26--> 92 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:27 Channel Display :CAM 27--> 93 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:28 Channel Display :CAM 28--> 94 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:29 Channel Display :CAM 29--> 95 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:30 Channel Display :CAM 30--> 96 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:31 Channel Display :CAM 31--> 97 17-09-21 21:10:49 888888 Save Save DISPLAY Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84 Channel:32 Channel Display :CAM 32--> 98 17-09-21 21:10:52 888888 Save Save UPnP Config! IP Address:89.34.79.84
  14. Seems that with my new Firefox 55 I can not even login anymore. Putting credentials and then clicking OK, nothing happens. I think there is no 100% solution with Dahua and web browsers. IE is good in Win7, but in Win10 there is no IE. Edge does not work. For Chrome they have an app (NACL plugin) which works, but it is not a plugin, more like a "browser inside a browser" where you can put Dahua devices address in the location field. Well, better than nothing anyway. SmartPSS is also good solution but I don't know what is the logic to have so many versions (3 at the moment). SmartPSS is incredibly slow when you adjust device settings. Also you cannot go very deep in the settings, for example it does not have all the exposure settings. Also I was not able to turn on FTP snapshot upload with SmartPSS, because it does not have an option to move the tick from storage -> local snapshot -> ftp snapshot. EDIT: Seems to be that Chrome has many different apps for Dahua, depends to which camera you try to first login with it. NACL plugin is so far the best working but did not see my own NVR with it.
  15. Just testing a system which will be installed next week. Consists of two Dahua HFW4421S and one DH-SD59220T-HN cameras. The problem is that I cannot get DH-SD59220T-HN to login in Dahuas easy4ip / p2p system. When I click in setup network -> tcp/ip -> choose tab easy4ip, UI immediately says "operate failed". Save button is grayed and if I click default, UI says "default failed". In smaller bullet cameras it works nice, and they are connected of course in the same network. Then I checked also one other 59220 which was installed last november. It has the same FW version (26.5.16) and also the same issue. Can't login to easy4ip.. Did not find (newest) firmware for the camera.
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