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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    Nope. Those direction are for HikVision firmware and cameras. see Dahua IPC EASY unbricking / recovery over TFTP ( I find the simplest way is to add the required IP's to my Windows box in the 'advanced' section of the Ipv4 configuration)
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    your camera is an SA (per the updateSerial=IPC-HFW3841EP-SA you posted). just because the -AS exists as a Dahua doesn't mean it's the same... (then again, they may well be close enuf that the same FW's work) I would try the firmware with the right HWID in it (as i linked to) that most closely...
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    actually, the HWID you want to match is IPC-HFW3841EP-SA . Look for DH_IPC-HX3XXX-Dalton_MultiLang_NP_Stream3_V2.800.0000000.7.R.201118, which has that exact HWID in it's check file... I previosuly posted it here: Smartening up the Lorex LNB8005C 8MP mini bullet. there's also a newer 14.R...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    no, it must be set to timing (auto disables the 'triggered by event' option. BUT, you must also 'link' the event to the 'Flashing Alarm' in the event/Linkage Method page(s)...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    although, I just re-loaded the 5.6.2 with 'triggered by event' option and am not seeing the same behavior. (ie, it seem to work fine w/o resetting anything) I only see 'triggered by event' option if 'LED On' is set to 'timing' (nopt 'auto'), and only see the threshold setting if 'triggered by...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    'restore' from the GUI will usually do the trick. 'default' (same as holding reset button down on reboot) would require reconfiguring networking and admin password, more of pain and last resort...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    a factory reset is often required when a firmware change adds/removes features in order to 'fix' the underlying config files...
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    Review of the Hikvision OEM model IPC-T2347G-LU 'ColorVu' IP CCTV camera.

    did you do a 'factory reset' after the FW update? and/or possibly need to clear browser cache...
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    Help improving image setings IPC-HFW5241E-Z12E setup as a LPR

    turn DOWN sharpness, gain and DNR. Make sure your IR LED's are on full blast at night...
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    How To Upgrade Amcrest / Lorex to Dahua Firmware And Get All Dahua Features

    upgarding to the newere amcrest FW may have updated your bootloader, which may prevent (or at least make it harder) taking non-Amcrest fw going forward. So you may be SOL.. my most reliable way to get DH firmware on these is to put the oldest possible Dahua fw that supports the hardware first...
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    Hikvision how to set up another computer on the same network to see the cameras?

    whatever NVR software is running on your 'work server' probably has a web UI to see camera feeds from any browser on the network, but would need to know exactly what that is...
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    BI stops detecting motion randomly

    you might also want to bump up the 'receive buffer' to 20mb (from default 6)...
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    problems with three new cameras

    Have you checked/updated the firmware on your Cisco switch? if it's old enuf, it may only support 'Cisco pre-standard' PoE, whcih may or may not work reliably with modern 802.3ax PoE...
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    Huisun Password reset

    i replied to steej12
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    Initial review of the DS-2CD2347G2-L(U) ColorVu 2.0 IP camera.

    good, info. I'm sure that will save others some head-scratching. Depending on your NVR solution, you may be able to rotate the image there, for example BI can do that (but of course, one must disable camera overlays or live with them sideways)
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