H 264 Network Dvr Default Admin Password



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H 264 Network Dvr Default Admin Password Reset

  1. Default Admin Passwords for Zmodo DVR Units The following is a comprehensive list of all default DVR passwords for current and previous Zmodo DVR models: SBN Series (H9104V, H9108V, ZMD-DD-SBN4, ZMD-DD-SBN8, ZMD-DD-SBN6).
  2. Hello for those of you in search of the answer,on how to reset your h 264 dvr password,my name is l.v. Nicholson from bridgeport conn, just type in 000000 thats your default password for the h 264 the other default password is 111111 hopefully you all got this message, because.

H 264 Dvr Admin Password

  • Hi, I have the same problem with Jasons,

    When I try to view the DVR through local network. run 192.168.1.10 , thes creen comes with login interface

    user name:

    pass word:

    command port: 5050

    I tried user name ADMIN/admin, password:111111 as the user name and password when I first login to set up the DVR.

    The Promt window come up with message 'Login failed'

    Could someone please help me. I was stuck.

    Please.

    If your password is not working, most DVRs have an override password reset or master password that enables you to login to the DVR to reset the password. For example, here is a link to a page that shows you how to reset your password on iDVR-PRO CCTV DVRs.
    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/iDVR-PRO-Password-Reset-Instructions-s/895.htm

    At this point, I would recommend doing that if you can find the instructions specific for your model DVR.

    purchased and installed a 16 h.264 dvr and very much able to log in within the network. however i can't manage to log in outside the network. i am minutes away from throwing this halfway across the world… ps. should have stock to digimerge maybe? or is it my configurations? please help thank you

    Hello Area51,

    Please NOTE: H.264 is not a DVR model it is a compression that almost every DVR on the market currently uses.

    If you are not able to remotely view the DVR,it is most likely because you have not forwarded the ports for the DVR.

    You will need to figure out what port the DVR is running on (you can typically find this in the network menu of the DVR). Once you have the port you will need to log into your router and forward that port.

    If the DVR was purchased through us we will have instructions in our support and knowledge base — https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Surveillance-Knowledge-Base-s/57.htm

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks James

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H 264 Network Dvr Default Admin Password Router

This topic contains 5 replies, has 0 voices, and was last updated by Anonymous 7 years, 11 months ago.

  • Hi, I have the same problem with Jasons,

    When I try to view the DVR through local network. run 192.168.1.10 , thes creen comes with login interface

    user name:

    pass word:

    command port: 5050

    I tried user name ADMIN/admin, password:111111 as the user name and password when I first login to set up the DVR.

    The Promt window come up with message 'Login failed'

    Could someone please help me. I was stuck.

    Please.

    If your password is not working, most DVRs have an override password reset or master password that enables you to login to the DVR to reset the password. For example, here is a link to a page that shows you how to reset your password on iDVR-PRO CCTV DVRs.
    https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/iDVR-PRO-Password-Reset-Instructions-s/895.htm

    At this point, I would recommend doing that if you can find the instructions specific for your model DVR.

    purchased and installed a 16 h.264 dvr and very much able to log in within the network. however i can't manage to log in outside the network. i am minutes away from throwing this halfway across the world… ps. should have stock to digimerge maybe? or is it my configurations? please help thank you

    Hello Area51,

    Please NOTE: H.264 is not a DVR model it is a compression that almost every DVR on the market currently uses.

    If you are not able to remotely view the DVR,it is most likely because you have not forwarded the ports for the DVR.

    You will need to figure out what port the DVR is running on (you can typically find this in the network menu of the DVR). Once you have the port you will need to log into your router and forward that port.

    If the DVR was purchased through us we will have instructions in our support and knowledge base — https://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Surveillance-Knowledge-Base-s/57.htm

    Please let me know if you have any questions.

    Thanks James