I accessed and configured my WVC210 using a computer and the IE interface on my home LAN. I then took the camera to a different city, and again was able to access it on a different computer using the LAN at the new location.
However, once I went back to my home and I used the WAN to access the WVC210 that was now located in the different city, the IE GUI misbehaved. I was using the same computer and same IE8 that I used to originally configure the camera. The problems are that the microphone icon is disabled and the speaker slider displays inappropriately.
Has anybody observed these problems, and is there a fix?
I have rebooted my computer and all is working now. However, here are all the details of what I was seeing:
1. When I came back to my home computer and tried to access the camera, I was prompted to install the ActiveX add-on. This confuses me because the add-on had been installed previously when I was originally configuring the camera, so I don't know why I was required to install it again. I had not cleared out cookies, etc, in between the two sessions I am referring to.
2. Although now irrelevant, the problems I was seeing were the microphone icon was dimmed out and I could not click on it, and the Sound On/Off icon was not displayed at all. The slider bar was displayed for the Sound On/Off icon, and it was operational.
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