Dahua Nkb1000 is an excellent security camera that we have reviewed quite favorably in the past. However, there are some users who are experiencing some issues with the camera. In this blog post, we will show you how to fix Dahua Nkb1000 not showing in Config Tool.
What is the Dahua Nkb1000?
The Dahua Nkb1000 is a security camera that has been released in 2018. It is a high-definition camera that uses a 1080p resolution. The Dahua Nkb1000 is also known as the DH-NKB1001. The camera can be used indoors or outdoors, and it has a range of up to 500 feet. The Dahua Nkb1000 has an IP66 weatherproof rating, so it can be used in areas that are wet or cold.
How to Fix Dahua Nkb1000 Not Showing In Config Tool
If your Dahua NKB1000 CCTV camera isn’t showing up in the configuration tool, there are a few things you can do to fix the issue. You can check this by going to the “Devices” tab in the configuration tool and clicking on the name of your camera.If your camera isn’t turning on, you can try resetting its firmware using the instructions below. If that doesn’t work, then you’ll need to perform a remote repair on your camera. To do this, you’ll first need to create a service account for your camera. Once you have that account set up, follow these steps: 1) Open the “Configure Dahua NKB1000 Camera” application.
If you have Dahua NKB installed and it is not showing up in the Config Tool, there are a few things you can do to try and fix the issue. The first thing to check is if the NKB service is running. To check this, open the Services app on your device and look for Dahua NKB under “Services.” If the service isn’t running, you can start it by clicking on the “Start” button next to it.
If the service is running but the NKB isn’t appearing in the Config Tool, there could be a problem with either your configuration or your device. First, make sure that all of your settings match what’s shown in the Config Tool. This includes your network type (WAN or LAN), IP address, and port number. If everything looks correct according to the config tool but still no NKB shows up, then it’s likely that there’s a problem with your device.
You can try connecting to your network using different methods such as trying an alternative IP address or connect through a different port number. Another possibility is that there may be a software issue with your device. If you’re able to access the camera from another computer or phone then you can try updating your firmware on the camera. Finally, if none of these solutions work then it may be necessary to get help from Dahua support.
Reset Dahua Nkb1000
If your Dahua Nkb1000 is not showing up in the Config Tool, you may need to reset it. To reset your Dahua Nkb1000:
1. From the Home screen, tap Menu (3 vertical lines).
2. Tap Settings (3 horizontal lines).
3. Under System, tap Network Settings.
4. Under Surveillance Cameras, tap Dahua Nkb1000.
5. Tap Reset Device and follow the on-screen instructions to reset your Dahua Nkb1000.
How to Troubleshoot Dahua NKB1000 Not Showing In The Config Tool
If your Dahua Nkb1000 Not Showing In Config Tool, there are a few things you can try.
Second, make sure that you have installed the latest software updates for your Dahua NKB1000 camera. The latest software updates may include fixes that help improve how the Config Tool displays cameras.
Third, check your computer’s firewall settings. If you are using a firewall, make sure that it allows traffic to access the Config Tool from your computer.
Fourth, make sure that you have installed the correct versions of Java and Flash Player on your computer. If you are using either of those technologies to view or configure Dahua NKB1000 cameras, make sure that you have installed the correct versions of those programs on your computer.
Why Dahua NKB1000 Camera Won’t Show In The Administration Tool
The Dahua NKB1000 camera won’t show in the administration tool. There are a few potential causes for this issue, and each requires a different solution.
1) The camera may not be connected to the network.
2) The camera’s IP address may not be configured correctly.
3) The camera may have been removed from the network or from the configuration tool.