I am trying to view the feeds from my 4300 cameras. I can log in and go to the view video tab, but I get a handful of different messages. On my Windows 7 x64 IE9 computer I get "Object doesn't support property of method setProtocolType." On my XP computer I get "Failed to connect source filter to AAC." I also get activeX errors when trying to upgrade the firmware, which I admid is way out of date at 1.0.7.
Both of my computers can view the 100+ other cameras I have up and running so these couple 4300's are stumping me. Any ideas would be greatly appreciated.
I may be wrong, but a VSMS instance might be able to upgrade these cameras via the VSMC page. I'm not 100% on that version of firmware though. If you haven't considered trying it via the VSMC page... give it a try? Might be a way to at least bypass the browser problems rather than solve them.
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Looks like you may also have to upgrade to an intermediate version first as well:
You can upgrade your IP camera to firmware 2.3.2 by using the Camera Firmware Upgrade feature in the VSM Management Console. For instructions, see the "Using the VSM Management Console" chapter in Cisco Video Surveillance Manager User Guide.
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