The explanation above makes some sense that it has to do with IPV4 or IPV6 but unfortunately, this forum doesn't provide step by step solution. Create collections of cameras to group cameras together. I also have been having the exact same issue Using the V camera app On ios It has been working fine using iphone 7plus and 8plus since i switched to Tmobile last year. Not sure what it is though. I also have two different apps with two different cameras and the same result on both. I have tested the VPN solution and it works I've been in the camera business for 25 years and this is the easiest app I have installed.
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Most likely your home router does not like incoming ipv6 connections. You are looking for the options for support of ipv6. Thread starter axcessadam Start date Jul 10, Tuesday at AM. I am sorry, there is currently no known solution. All replies The iPhones now use ipv6 instead of ipv4.
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This has to do with T-Mobile cellular connecting to the proxy service or do you link uses in order to view the cameras over sailor and it's a problem between T-Mobile and dlink security setting one is too low or too high.
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This has to do with T-Mobile cellular connecting to the proxy service or do you link uses in order to view the cameras over sailor and it's a problem between T-Mobile and dlink security setting one is too low or too high. Search Advanced…. I am also able to connect with iOS 10 on an older iPhone.
I called T-Mobile yesterday and they are researching it. Add a virtual unlimited number of cameras. Me thinks it is IOS related.
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It is T-Mobile switch to ipv6 that caused the issue.
This one is on Apple. This should not require a vpn to use an internet camera. Didn't know this was still a live topic IPv6 is and has been the new standard for IP addressing and IPv4 is being phased out, T-Mobile is just ahead of the game in upgrading their servers and network. It has been working fine using iphone 7plus and 8plus since i switched to Tmobile last year.
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Thank you for the reply, so it's definitely a problem that's a combination of IPhone and T-Mobile, mainly IPhone, right?
It's reeeeeally not that hard, trust me. Pinch, squeeze, and move your cameras for a custom layout. Ive talked to my ISP, modem,router, camera manufacturers and even the app developer and none of them can determine the issue.
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Did you see the first reply in this thread from theartiszan you will need to configure your home router to accept an IPv6 connection.