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Re: Dlink DCS-8000LH

Posted: Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:32 pm
by homepro
Apparently it seems that all HTTP/RTSP support was removed with v2 of the firmware :(

Is there any way to downgrade to 1.X? My camera already came with v2.

Re: Dlink DCS-8000LH

Posted: Sat Dec 22, 2018 11:19 pm
by unnilennium
Here are the settings working for a version 1.01.01

with h720 codec
[General]
Source: libvlc

[Source]
Source Path: http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/video/flv.cgi
Method: TCP
Colourspace: 24-bit
Width: 1280
Height: 720

with MJPEG
curl "http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx ... odec=MJPEG"
(if needed you can revert doing curl "http://USERNAME:PASSWORD@xxx.xxx.xxx.xx ... codec=H264" )
then
[General]
Source Type: remote

[Source]
Remote Protocol: HTTP
Remote Method: Simple
Remote Hostname: USERNAME:PASSWORD@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Remote Host Port: 80
Remote Host Path: /video/mjpg.cgi
color: 24 bits
Width: 1280
Height: 720


with JPEG
[General]
Source Type: remote

[Source]
Remote Protocol: HTTP
Remote Method: Simple
Remote Hostname: USERNAME:PASSWORD@xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
Remote Host Port: 80
Remote Host Path: /video/jpeg.cgi
color: 24 bits
Width: 640
Height: 360


Currently I am still unable to access my camera with firmware 2.00.05 . It seems that password is randomly generated on upgrade, unless someone can confirm the old one set when still on version 1.01.01 remains.

Re: Dlink DCS-8000LH

Posted: Wed May 15, 2019 10:32 am
by bmork
homepro wrote:
Wed Dec 05, 2018 2:32 pm
Apparently it seems that all HTTP/RTSP support was removed with v2 of the firmware :(

Is there any way to downgrade to 1.X? My camera already came with v2.
Enabling the HTTP support is still possible in the v2 firmwares.

EDIT: Got RTSP working too. It is actualy even simpler than HTTP, since it can be permanently enabled by Bluetooth without any modifications to the firmware at all.

Please see https://github.com/bmork/defogger for a guide on how to enable RTSP, lighttpd and telnetd. The guide includes a Bluetooth tool making the mydlink app and clound unnecessary even for initial setup.

Re: Dlink DCS-8000LH

Posted: Tue Aug 13, 2019 5:49 pm
by pc89
Could someone walk me thru the steps?