The explanation above makes some sense that it has to do with IPV4 or IPV6 but unfortunately, this forum doesn't provide step by step solution. Didn't know this was still a live topic Ive talked to my ISP, modem,router, camera manufacturers and even the app developer and none of them can determine the issue. I just opened IE and put in your internet IP you posted under with an: I have also mentioned this post as a reference. When people ask "Why fix what isn't broken? I also have been having the exact same issue Using the V camera app On ios Hi All, I would like to share my experience on this issue. I can't log on to my dvr using my android app Q-see.
- Cant view home cameras with TMobile iPhone but TMobile Support
- Can't get Qsee dvr to view remotely.
I am having trouble setting up the android application Q See QC view. It keeps saying login failed. What am I - Answered by a verified.
Cant view home cameras with TMobile iPhone but TMobile Support
I have a H 4 channel standalone network DVR. Don't see any brand name on it although when I click on system info it is listed as. Remote access means no matter w. your feeds from anywhere, at any time, using a free mobile device app and your Internet connection.
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Its a apple issue that is well known. I am experiencing the same issue.
Also, in the DVR manual it says that "if forget your password, please make the jump J16 on the main board short for about 5 seconds when machine works, user can access system menu to change your password again".
I am sorry that you had that experience. Why the hell did T-Mobile switch to ipv6 also.
Now. *Q-See's QC View for Android smartphones puts the power of peace-of-mind literally at your fingertips. * Designed to work with our QC-series security DVRs. I can't log on to my dvr using my android app (Q-see).
I tried both my I tried using IE9 to login and it won't install I lowered the.
Kingmedieval u were right i uninstalled ie9 and it started to work again brillllllllllllllllll thankyou. Also, in the DVR manual it says that "if forget your password, please make the jump J16 on the main board short for about 5 seconds when machine works, user can access system menu to change your password again".
I thought something got fixed after almost 5 months of fiddling with the problem. It is T-Mobile switch to ipv6 that caused the issue. Guy said if I had a Android it would work in T-Mobile.
It is Tmobile - Apple issue.
Can't get Qsee dvr to view remotely.
If you use any Android device or any older iPhone running its original software you won't run into the problem.
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iPhone App · Android App · Mac Software · Windows Software THE WEB APPLICATION BROWSER COMES ON,I INSTALLED THE DvrOcx If your remote internet access to your DVR is working locally on your LAN as you The message is always frustrating: Login. Failed!!! Can you help me please?.
I have iphone and android, on iphone the app seems to work but has after sometime it fails to connect, and on android i can't the app to make it work at all, my asus router has ddns and i can always access it using the ddns.
Home Help Search Login Register. I just called Dlink and they said it was because of a proxy issue from T-Mobile tithe my that is NOT the top of the line secure connection that it won't work.
I do have activex installed and the settings on IE enabled or set to prompt. Why the hell did T-Mobile switch to ipv6 also. I then started googling the problem and came across this thread. T mobile can be a little cheaper but not worth the trouble and agony.
Anyhow it was Apple who decided to remove the option of legacy support for the T-mobile firmware update they rolled out thus responsibility does not lie with T-mobile as they have no control over what Apple decides to do.
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I will forward to them this link to show that many people are having the same issue. I just opened IE and put in your internet IP you posted under with an: All replies The iPhones now use ipv6 instead of ipv4. You need to change one thing in your Ip.