Discussion in 'Firmware Wishlist' started by patrass, Jan 25, 2018.
it can be usefull to be able to change the IP on the cam
If the connection IP is assigned by DHCP, it will pick the first available IP. If, for example, 192.168.0.0 through .6 are in use, the M10 will go to 192.168.0.7. If you start the camera a second time and now 192.168.0.0 through .7 are in use, the M10 will use 192.168.0.8. Use of static IP's is discouraged.
If you want to change the M10's MAC ID, you can't, and should not, change it.
the M10wifi have a fixed ip and a DHCP server... the IP for the stream is fixed at 192.168.1.254
if you want to use multiple wifi adapter to read the rtsp stream of multiple cam it's not easy to configure due to this limitation
i just need to read the stream of 5 M10wifi on a single computer
??? If there's a DHCP server, a static address shouldn't matter. Use WireShark or WiFiInspector to see what's going on.
the real problem is the stream adress is "rstp://192.168.1.254/sjcam.mov" for all cam
i need to read 4 stream at the same time
Then I don't get why there's a DHCP server. Ah, well, it is what it is.
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