TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

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osbornauto
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TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

Postby osbornauto » Thu Jan 18, 2018 1:42 am

Can't seem to get a set of new TrendNet cams to work in Ispy. I've found them with the Add Ip Camera wizard and the make/model is correct. When I get to the part where it asks to check to see if the url's are valid, none return, they all fail. Any suggestions on what to try next?

Kelpi
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Re: TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

Postby Kelpi » Thu Jan 18, 2018 6:01 am

As long as you have it working with the manufacturers provided software and know which IP address the camera is on then your best bet is to manually try the URLs from this page https://www.ispyconnect.com/man.aspx?n=Trend+Net#

The wizard wouldnt work for one of my cameras that was using rtsp but if you just added the camera manually with the appropriate username/password and IP it was no problem.

ardonian
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Re: TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

Postby ardonian » Thu Jan 18, 2018 7:58 pm

That particular model seems to support ONVIF
Use the following link worked to find a streaming path, since it worked for my particular cam (different brand though, but I hope it doesn't matter)
(I recommend that standard passwords are enabled, e.g. by resetting cam to factory settings)
https://help.angelcam.com/general-guide ... meranvrdvr
Once you found the streaming path, try it out with VLC (open dropdown under 'media', select "open network stream" and paste the link. (i.e. step 3-4-5 from following link https://www.unifore.net/ip-video-survei ... layer.html )
if that works, then go to iSpy, add a IP camera (no wizard) and hit the "FFMPEG (H264)" tab, and use that streaming path as URL

osbornauto
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Re: TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

Postby osbornauto » Thu Jan 25, 2018 5:23 am

I was able to get a camera view in VLC as you outlined. the url was:

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rtsp://192.168.0.177:1026/Streaming/Channels/101?transportmode=unicast&profile=Profile_1

I added the username and password to the url as:

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rtsp://admin:mypassword@192.168.0.177:1026/Streaming/Channels/101?transportmode=unicast&profile=Profile_1

which worked fine. Thank You.

This works fine if I am looking at the cameras on the local network, how do I access it from the outside or a cell phone?

ardonian wrote:That particular model seems to support ONVIF
Use the following link worked to find a streaming path, since it worked for my particular cam (different brand though, but I hope it doesn't matter)
(I recommend that standard passwords are enabled, e.g. by resetting cam to factory settings)
https://help.angelcam.com/general-guide ... meranvrdvr
Once you found the streaming path, try it out with VLC (open dropdown under 'media', select "open network stream" and paste the link. (i.e. step 3-4-5 from following link https://www.unifore.net/ip-video-survei ... layer.html )
if that works, then go to iSpy, add a IP camera (no wizard) and hit the "FFMPEG (H264)" tab, and use that streaming path as URL

ardonian
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Joined: Thu Jan 11, 2018 8:35 pm

Re: TrendNet TV-IP320PI - No Valid URl's

Postby ardonian » Sun Jan 28, 2018 3:59 pm

ehm, for viewing the stream outside of your local network, the term 'port forwarding' should be helpfull*. I guess you can find some guides on it when you go search on google. Beware of some pittfalls and such.

ardonian

*I only know that it can be done, but have never done it myself, sorry.


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