Mar 26

Previous Firmware v1.0.xx GUI

 

Network Diagram

Step 1: Open your web browser and type in the IP address of the Firewall (https://192.168.10.1 by default). Enter the username (admin by default) and password (admin by default), and click Login.

Step 2: Click the Setup tab on the top > Select Internet Settings on the left Side > WAN1 Settings and then click WAN1 Setup.

Step 3: From the ISP Connection Type drop down box select Static IP.

  • IP Address: Enter the IP address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.
  • IP Subnet Mask: Enter the Subnet Mask supplied by your Internet Service Provider.
  • Gateway IP Address: Enter the Default Gateway address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.
  • Primary DNS Server: Enter the Primary DNS Address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.
  • Secondary DNS Server: Enter the Secondary DNS Address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

Step 4: Click Save Settings.

 


 

New GUI Firmware v2.x.x/3.x.x

 

 

Network Diagram

 

 

Step 1: Open your web browser and type in the IP address of the Firewall (https://192.168.10.1 by default). Enter the username (admin by default) and password (admin by default), and click Login.

 

 

 

 

Step 2: Click the Network tab on the top >Internet >WAN1 Settings.

 

 

 

 

Step 3: WAN1Setup>Connection Type drop down box select Static IP.

 

Static IP

1. IP Address: Enter the IP address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

2. IP Subnet Mask: Enter the Subnet Mask supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

3. Gateway IP Address: Enter the Default Gateway address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

Domain Name System (DNS) Servers.

1. Primary DNS Server: Enter the Primary DNS Address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

2. Secondary DNS Server: Enter the Secondary DNS Address supplied by your Internet Service Provider.

Click Save Settings. 

 

 

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Mar 25

Issue:

FIX: Ensure that you have entered the correct IP address of your D-Link Camera along with the correct Username and Password (if any has been configured)

Step 1: Launch D-ViewCam and click Settings >Setting > System Setting

Step 2: Click on the Camera Tab, select your Camera and Click Config

Step 3: Confirm:

  • Correct IP address is Entered
  • Correct Username and Password
  • Correct Make and Model is select

Click OK

The Camera should now be displayed

 

Download the latest version of D-ViewCam as well as the latest Device Pack here.

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Mar 25

This FAQ only applies to the D-Link DCS-8000LH, 8010LH, 8300LH, and 8525LH cameras. 

 

To setup your camera with the mydlink app, follow the steps below:

 

Step 1: Launch the mydlink app. Log in with your mydlink account username and password. This will be the same username and password if you have used the mydlink Lite or mydlink Home app. If you have never created a mydlink account, you can create one.

 

Step 2: Tap the settings icon (3 lines in the upper left corner).

 

 

Step 3: Select Add a Device.

 

 

Step 4: Tap Yes to scan the QR code.The QR code is located on the label on the bottom of the camera or on the Wi-Fi configuration card included with the product. If the label or card are missing, tap No and select from the drop-down list.

 

 

Step 5: If you tapped Yes, scan the QR code. If you are having trouble scanning the QR code, move to a brighter lit area. If you tapped No, select the camera model from the list.

 

Step 6: Tap Next. Please wait about a minute (or less).

 

Step 7:  Tap Device Location to select where your camera will be setup. Select from the list or scroll to the bottom and tap Add Location to create your own.

 

 

Step 8: Tap Choose Your Wi-Fi Network. Select the WiFi network you want to connect the camera to (note this should be the same network that your mobile device running this app is on). Enter the Wi-Fi password and then tap Next.

 

 

 

Step 9: If you want this camera to be displayed on the “Home” screen, tap Add to Shortcut (checked by default). Tap Next at the bottom to continue.

 

 

Step 10: The camera will now save your Wi-Fi settings, and then bind to your mydlink account. This process can take up to 3 minutes.

 

Note: If you receive an error during the Setup Wi-Fi process, make sure you are entering the Wi-Fi password correctly. Remember it is case-sensitive. Also make sure the camera is within range of your wireless router, and that the router has DHCP enabled and does not have any filtering which may block the camera from connecting.

 

If you receive an error during the Binding process, this usually means the camera cannot connect to the mydlink servers. It is best to reboot your router, close the mydlink app, and reset the camera (hold a paperclip in the reset hole for 10 seconds and release. The LED on the back should turn red). Once your router has rebooted, open the mydlink app and set it the camera again. If you continue to get errors, please contact D-Link support at 1-877-453-5465. Support is free and available 24/7.

 

Step 11: Once the camera setup is finished, the following message will appear. If you want to add the camera to cloud recording, tap Yes, or tap Later.

 

 

Step 12: If you tapped Yes, a new Automation will be created to record video detected by motion to your cloud recording subscription (free or paid). Tap the check mark at the top right corner to finish setup.

 

 

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Mar 25

Overview

 

On February 22, 2019, D-Link was made aware of the Cr1ptT0r Ransomware targeting some D-Link Network Attached Storage (NAS).

 

Public post

 

Bleeping Computer : HERE

 

Description of Ransomware Security Issue:

In a Ransomware attack,the Ransomware encrypt stored information and then demands payment to decrypt the information. At this time, based on the current information available to us, the antivirus companies have not yet created a new tool  to decrypt information attacked by the Cr1ptT0r Ransomware (or Ransomware family). To recover the encrypted information, users will need to retrieve the data from their previous backup.

The models in the table below are potentially at risk. For owners of these products, we urge you to take the following actions promptly:

 

Model H/W Version Latest F/W Version Actions to take
DNS-320 Ax 2.05 Disable the Internet connection to NAS
DNS-320 Bx 1.02 Disable the Internet connection to NAS
DNS-325 Ax 1.05 Disable the Internet connection to NAS
DNS-320L Ax 1.11 Update to latest firmware version
DNS-327L Ax 1.10 Update to latest firmware version

Ransomware is a virus that attacks a device. Once the device is infected by the virus, firmware updates will not restore your data.  Firmware updates are often directed  to address security vulnerabilities from internet attacks in D-Link devices. Given new tools were created by anti-virus companies to address the prior instances of ransomware attacks, there may be decrypting tools developed in the future. Until that time, Tto better protect your devices from Internet viruses, malware and ransomware:

1. Do not connect these devices directly to the Internet and/or port-forward services directly from the Internet.

  1. Keep device firmware up-to-date.

  1. Any computer accessing information on these devices should have appropriate anti-virus protection and malware protection enabled

  1. Regular back-ups of stored information on these devices should occur in case a disaster recovery is needed.

For DNS-320 Ax/Bx users, a security patch firmware version will be available soon.  Until it is available, please disable the port forwarding service and DMZ setting on your router to prevent direct access by the ransomware.

D-Link DNS-325 has passed its end of service date as displayed on its product support page. Once a product is end of service, it is no longer supported by D-Link through customer support and it does not receive software/firmware updates. For these models, please remove the Internet access of NAS on your router by disabling the port forwarding and DMZ setting.

Please check back here or on the specific product page for the most updated information.

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