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The wired connection to my KBVision recorder (192.168.1.150) died. Rewiring is a nightmare I am trying to avoid at the moment. So I decide to go with a repeater bridge setup. The main router is a TP-Link TL-WDR4300 set up as an Access Point using DD-WRT (G-only mode). The repeater bridge router is a Linksys WRT54G (G-only mode). The wired connection from the repeater bridge is confirmed to work, though it can be slow to go online after plugging in. I then connect the KBVision recorder to a repeater bridge's LAN port. The lights are up. However, there are issues:

  1. I do not see the KBVision recorder show up when using Advanced IP Scanner (192.168.1.150). Pinging that address from command prompt does work.
  2. I manage to connect to the KBVision recorder only once. Then, it no longer shows up in the KBVision desktop application.

What could be the cause for this? I am not a network engineer, so my knowledge in this space is hitting a wall. Any help is appreciated.

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  • Sorry, home networking, consumer-grade hardware and host configurations/issues are explicitly off-topic here. For a device to be on-topic here the vendor needs to offer optional, paid support, see the help center. You might want to try on Super User.
    – Zac67
    Aug 1 at 9:33

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