What happened Foscam DDNS?
Due to DDNS remote access technology’s lower security status, Foscam has to close DDNS application entry from now. Cameras will not support using Foscam dynamic domain name (DDNS) to remote access from 31st December, 2020.
How do I reset my Foscam?
To reset a camera, locate the reset button and press it for approximately 30 seconds. At the end of that time the camera will reboot itself and the factory settings will be restored. Some models require only a 10-15 second timeframe.
What happened to Foscam’s DDNS service?
Foscam recently announced that they stopped supporting their Foscam DDNS (Dynamic DNS) service on their cameras. This has left many customers with cameras that they can no longer connect to using Foscam’s DDNS. The good news is that Foscam decided to keep No-IP as an integrated DDNS provider in most Foscam Devices.
What is DDNS and how does it work with no-IP?
Using the integrated DDNS solution in Foscam solutions with No-IP means that your camera will stay updated with the correct IP address, even when it changes. When your IP address changes, your Foscam camera will post dynamic updates to your No-IP hostname when your Internet Service Provider issues you a new IP address.
Why won’t my Foscam camera work on my new router?
Change your camera’s IP address to static and then reconfigure the port forwarding settings in your router to match the new local address. Set your camera’s IP to static. “I switched internet providers and now my Foscam cameras don’t work.” or … “I got a new router and now my Foscam cameras don’t work.”
How do I update the DDNS address on my camera?
Login to the camera’s web interface and check that the DDNS service is running. If you have setup a DDNS address through NO-IP, or DynDNS or other DDNS providers, you must have a client configured to update the address with your current IP. Foscam cameras can update this and most modern router’s can also update your DDNS address.