Please check to see if direct access works for you ...

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Apr 23, 2021, 8:19:02 PMApr 23
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If you normally access your device via, please take a moment to see if you can also access directly. We had one user report issues with it, and we'd like to know if anyone else is having problems or if the issues are specific to that user's situation. 

       When you are connected to the same network as the device  you can access directly by any of the following: 
                  https:/IPADDRESS/   (where you have to use the ip address of your device) 

The first method ( may not work depending on the DNS configuration in your router. If it doesn't it's fine as long as one of the two others work. 

The second and third methods will produce a browser warning, and you should be able to proceed to a sign in prompt after accepting the warning. You can sign in with the local admin account ... i.e. username "admin" and the password, unless you have changed it from the default, is the userid of the email you used to activate your device, e.g. it will be "joe" if you activated with

If it's the first time you're signing in locally, you may need to accept the user agreement for the account. After that, you should be able to see your cameras just as you can on

If you're unable to get a sign in prompt by any of the three methods, or if you can only partially sign in but not get to the point of seeing your cameras, we'd like to hear about it. If all 3 methods fail, access your device via, open the hub settings (cog wheel at top right), and use "Report Bug" to report the issue. 




Apr 23, 2021, 9:08:44 PMApr 23
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For those who never accessed the device through the IP address, please follow
- Open hub settings dialog.
- Click "hub name" (with a "i" icon in the top left).
- In the popover, there is a link to the IP. Click it.

Please make sure you are on the same network as the Camect hub before you do it.

Rob Taft

Apr 23, 2021, 10:55:57 PMApr 23
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I was able to connect with the first method.

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Wayne Wilson

Apr 24, 2021, 10:59:57 AMApr 24
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All three methods work on Win10 using Chrome, although the last two give certificate warnings as expected.   From my Ipad, I can get to all three web sites (same certificate errors you have to override) but I cannot login, the first two times I tried, I got bounced right back to the login prompt.  Just now I tried it again to see what the error was, if any, any this time I got the WebRTC failed endless loop on camect.local and IP address, but got through on (which redirected to 

Eric Meeson

Apr 24, 2021, 12:40:47 PMApr 24
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Mine is functional with all three methods

On Friday, April 23, 2021 at 8:19:02 PM UTC-4 CamectArup wrote:


Apr 24, 2021, 4:09:55 PMApr 24
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I should have mentioned that methods #2 and #3 won't work on iOS devices. Apple is "protecting" you from doing webRTC to addresses that would produce a certificate warning. I'm not aware of any way to tell it that you're okay with the risk. 

Thanks to everyone who has checked so far. We're still interested in getting bug reports from anyone that finds that none of the methods are working. 


Apr 24, 2021, 5:23:29 PMApr 24
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All methods working once I remembered (from your note) how to input my password.

Devesh Batra

May 13, 2021, 3:21:27 PMMay 13
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all 3 options worked i have the unit in a different VLAN and my Firewalla Router was able to resolve DNS and let me login
MacBook / Chrome Browser

Arup Mukherjee

May 13, 2021, 4:12:31 PMMay 13
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Thanks ... As of the last software update we believe we've resolved the issue that was, on rare occasions, causing systems to not be accessible directly. 

Joe Rose

Jul 6, 2021, 1:05:56 AMJul 6
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In Safari on OSX, go to the "Develop" menu, "WebRTC" item and "Disable ICE candidate restrictions". That solved the problem for me using the local IP.

If you don't have the "Develop" menu, go to Safari's preferences, 'Advanced' tab and at the bottom 'show Develop menu in menubar'

On Saturday, April 24, 2021 at 4:09:55 PM UTC-4 CamectArup wrote:

Arup Mukherjee

Jul 6, 2021, 1:06:05 AMJul 6
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Awesome ... Thanks for sharing. Are you aware of any way to do something similar under iOS, which also refuses to let WebRTC connect directly to an IP address? 

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