Is anyone running at least VSM 7 and using a Bosch camera? What model of Bosch camera are you using and did you encounter any Active X control conflicts between your Bosch cameras and your Cisco cameras? We are attempting to add a Bosch Dinion IP NWC 455 and can't seem to get past this error: "Operation failed: Invalid Username or Password or Timesync Mismatch". I feel very confident that the user name/password used to configure the camera is the same one used during the "Add" dialog when adding the camera to VSM. The time was updated during the configuration process to the present time. Can anyone think of anything that we missed??
Rossi8888, Can you tell me how your 455 behaves? Do you have a continuous stream of video? Do you have any problems with the archives...choppiness or sudden jumps? Does this camera work as well as your Cisco models? Will it maintain a continuous connection with your network?
Are you able to use MP4 with the Bosch 455? We were only able to get it running using JPEG? Also,you said to use firmware version 4.56. The firmware for this camera only goes to 4.10. Can you check your 455 and see specifically which firmware you are using and whether you were able to get it running MP4?
Any assistance you could offer regarding the Bosch 455 would be greatly appreciated. Thanks.
The firmware is 4.10, build 56. So I meant 4.10.56.
I chose h.264 in the VSM template, but Bosch's version of "h.264" in this older model is more like MP4, as was explained to me by an engineer who knows. So my comment about MP4 wasn't meant to be the protocol to run, but in response to your inquiry about picture quality.
Here are some screen shots of my setup in VSM and in the camera itself.
Thanks for the help with this!
Which login are you using for these devices in vsom, service, user, or live?
Also, could you maybe attach screens of the settings in the camera, with the details section from the encoder profiles, and the network settings?