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soscomo
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#36

thanks, i can connect in surveillance station, but i can not move the camera, is posible? or only video and audio?


thanks

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Thomas3
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#37
It is possible to position the cameras as you would like but you may not be able to automatically move it.
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May 08, 2019 at 07:36
DerRose
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#38

Hi


I bought a digoo dg-m1q 960p tp use it with my synology surveillance station.


Camera:

DHCP mode


Disk Station

Found the cam:

Used IP: 192.168.178.152

port:8899

Synology function test is fine, but once you finished the wizard, the connection is not possible. Tried to shut down the firewall without success.



Problem:

I don't know if ONVIF is aktivatedon the digoo.

Tried to use the latest release of Ispy with the described steps here to check/activate onvif without success.


Can someone help me with the needed steps in ispy or any other recommendation to include the digoo in synology surveillance station?


Many thanks!

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May 08, 2019 at 07:36
djp3k05
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#39

fyi

DG-M1X with the 22.0.0.17 firmware - onvif is not working. must use the rtsp protocol

DG-M1X with the 22.0.0.40 firware - ONVIF is finally working, but has a big bug. IR leds (night mode) is not working any more. IR leds are on in the daylight and off at night!!! So DO NOT upgrade your firmware to 22.0.0.40.



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theresadelcas
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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May 08, 2019 at 07:36
ninjutzu
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#41

Bloody camera :-) I have a Digoo that have not even a model on it written whatsoever, anyway I'm guessing that it is Digoo DG-W02F

Took me a while to figure out but it works now with Synology via rstp. I used VLC player to try to figure out the RSTP configuration with a lot of trial and error.


So, first, login to the camera using telnet (it is using port 23) (not mandatory step but at least you can se your password instead of trying all kind of options like dg20160404 or 20160404..etc) :

telnet <your_camera_ip>

Use user: root and password: cxlinux

type:

more hwcfg.ini 

output should look like:

[config]
model = CloudCam
support_eth = 1
ir_detect_type = 2
adc_setting_max = -30
adc_setting_min = 70
support_doublelight = 0
support_onvif = 1
support_allid = 1
support_ap_mode = 1
standard_definition = 0
support_mp4record = 1#

In this file you should see the password used to connect to port 554. If there is no password field in the file (like in the example above), then it means there is no password whatsoever for it so you can skip the password completely. Also I could not find any decent way to change root password or add rtsp password so use the camera in a dedicated separate network with no access from internet or your normal home/office intranet if you don't want to be hacked.

Now you can logout from here and go to your synology and add as part of your [User define] [Streaming RTSP]: rtsp://admin@<your_camera_ip>:554/onvif1

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May 08, 2019 at 07:36
UserJfcD

28th Jan 2020, 09:45AM

#ninjutzu: Hey. when I am in telnet I get this message. can you help me. # more hwcfg.ini
more: hwcfg.ini: No such file or directory
# localhost login: root
trebor

03th Jun 2020, 06:01AM

#ninjutzu:


Add a "passwd" line to the "hwcfg.ini" file for an ONVIF admin password eg.


# pwd
/home
# cat hwcfg.ini 
[config]
model = CloudCam
sensor_position = 0
ir_detect_type = 2
adc_setting_max = -500
adc_setting_min = 600
support_allid = 1
support_ap_mode = 1
support_onvif = 1
support_mp4record = 1
standard_definition = 1
show_osd_time = 1
passwd = mypassword






trebor

03th Jun 2020, 06:09AM

#ninjutzu:
The hwcfg.ini file is in the /home directory!
zisis
May 08, 2019 at 07:36
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#42
Hello, I have DG-M1Z and I can't find digoo eye app from play store. Can someone help me
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