After reset it worked fine but when I used the GV-i View from i Phone on WI-FI through one of my access points, the connection is lost again…. The only think I have not tried is to apply bandwidth control.Russ, Are you making sure that the LAN IP address that is assigned to your Geovision PC is static and not changing?UPDATE: 4/11/16: I have removed old content on this post that no longer worked and replaced it with options that work as of today.I will do my best to keep this post updated as technology changes. Note that this post refers to syncing Outlook for WINDOWS (all versions, as far as I can tell) with your i Phone. Is an online purchase a good way to go, or should I find a corporate store? I got my i Phone 7 and went through the whole process on the phone to set it up, but when I was done my phone was not connected to Verizon.
They are CCTV Camera Pros mobile development partners.The new Whats App Web uses the same technology and is dependent on your phone for all message transfers.Plus, you can always check which browser is connected to your phone at any moment, and remotely disable any browser.Some routers like D-link allow you to assign network devices static IP addresses. There is a UPS connected to the rack where all the network related items are (router, switch, PC). And when I use Geovision remotely from the internet it is fine. I will change the router next week and see what happens, but it is rather strange… I upgraded to the latest geovision 8.3 the i Phone app loads but it doesn't show any live feed for the cameras.You can see how to setup static IP addresses on a D-Link router here: would check this out in your troubleshooting. But the playback works great I see the connected cameras listed and I cand select all the video listed and they playback with no issues Hi Mike, My company is currently interested into a i Phone app.