Zavio F3106

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    Dear all,


    I'm implementing simple cctv in my computer labs using 100 units Zavio F3106 and associated with 4 units Aruba Access Point. The problem is ;

    1. The Camera disconnected after some 2 days.

    2. The camera unable to re associating if the signal loss.

    Can some advice me for the best solutions.

    appreciate your advice. thank you.



    Did no one answer this issue? We have the same problem with the same model, we have gone through all support, installed latest firmware etc and still same problem


    Mike Haldas

    Hello Guys,

    What is the wireless signal strength reading on the camera? If it is less than 80% than this can be the issue.

    Please let me know if you have any questions.



    I have a specific problem using this camera. It functions with a fixed IP adress remotely IP Camera Viewer on Safari and then suddenly after 2 weeks of functioning it shuts off and the image is replaced with a question mark. You can still communicate with the camera remotely; change settings, reboot etc but it will not stream image.

    This has happened quite a few times now, why is this happening what is the specific problem wen this happens?



    And of course how can I fix it?

    Thank you!


    Mike Haldas

    Leaving a direct connection to any IP camera open in a web browser over a 2 week time period uninterrupted is unrealistic.

    IP manufacturers generally provide web browser access to IP cameras as a convenient way to check on on the camera view on demand; not persistently for period of days and definitely not weeks.

    If you want to capture events that are happening over long periods of time (days, weeks, months), you would use a commercial grade NVR such as the NUUO NVR mini or NUUO NVR Titan to record the video.

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