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August 21, 2013 12:01:02 AM

Setup a network camera today without any problems on my wifi connection and on blue iris as well. However, after a while i noticed every other device on my wifi had issues with bandwidth. after running some speed tests with and without the camera on the network, it became obvious the camera was sucking all the bandwidth. wifi averaged 19.43 mbps down w/out camera and .31 mbps w/ the camera active on the network. i've tried several different settings on blue iris, lowered fps and resolution but it does not matter. blue iris also only shows the camera at 7-10 fps functioning at 300 kbps?

Any suggestion?

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August 21, 2013 12:42:19 PM

Mikel A said:
Setup a network camera today without any problems on my wifi connection and on blue iris as well. However, after a while i noticed every other device on my wifi had issues with bandwidth. after running some speed tests with and without the camera on the network, it became obvious the camera was sucking all the bandwidth. wifi averaged 19.43 mbps down w/out camera and .31 mbps w/ the camera active on the network. i've tried several different settings on blue iris, lowered fps and resolution but it does not matter. blue iris also only shows the camera at 7-10 fps functioning at 300 kbps?

Any suggestion?


Could be another device connected to the wifi recently, try changing or adding a password, chaning wifi channels and try switching your password try to WEP2
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August 22, 2013 10:57:40 PM

Deadlierduck21 said:
Mikel A said:
Setup a network camera today without any problems on my wifi connection and on blue iris as well. However, after a while i noticed every other device on my wifi had issues with bandwidth. after running some speed tests with and without the camera on the network, it became obvious the camera was sucking all the bandwidth. wifi averaged 19.43 mbps down w/out camera and .31 mbps w/ the camera active on the network. i've tried several different settings on blue iris, lowered fps and resolution but it does not matter. blue iris also only shows the camera at 7-10 fps functioning at 300 kbps?

Any suggestion?


Could be another device connected to the wifi recently, try changing or adding a password, chaning wifi channels and try switching your password try to WEP2


Could there be a second possibility?

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August 23, 2013 12:15:38 PM

Mikel A said:
Deadlierduck21 said:
Mikel A said:
Setup a network camera today without any problems on my wifi connection and on blue iris as well. However, after a while i noticed every other device on my wifi had issues with bandwidth. after running some speed tests with and without the camera on the network, it became obvious the camera was sucking all the bandwidth. wifi averaged 19.43 mbps down w/out camera and .31 mbps w/ the camera active on the network. i've tried several different settings on blue iris, lowered fps and resolution but it does not matter. blue iris also only shows the camera at 7-10 fps functioning at 300 kbps?

Any suggestion?


Could be another device connected to the wifi recently, try changing or adding a password, chaning wifi channels and try switching your password try to WEP2


Could there be a second possibility?



Set up QoS on your router and limit its bandwidth.
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