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NAS config to an AXIS cam for storage locally

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Ive a working Axis cam.

Im having problems config storage to a mini Lacie NAS.  The ultimate goal is FTP, but for now I need it to store recordings locally.  192.168.1.99 - It sees it, but error on saving recording - user auth related - must be from the NAS .  Cam will record locally to an attached laptop on C:  

So to set up the NAS. Is this the issue?

It may be necessary to create a login user and password  (on laptop) that matches a user password on the NAS.  

There is no where I can see to put a user password for the network share in the axis config.

So laptop windows.

User
Admin
Password
xyz

NAS
User
Admin
Password
xyz
 


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What model Camera do you have?

On our Axis 211M units you can log into the setup page and go to:
setup -> Event Configuration -> Event Servers -> Add FTP

From there it will record all events to the specified FTP server.  

When you click on 'Add FTP' it will open a new window where you can fill out all the necessary details (username, password, path, server address etc.).

Hope that helps :)

-Scott
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