What does the "Camera multiple photo channels" alarm mean?

Claes Updated by Claes

The "Camera multiple photo channels" alarm indicates that you have likely configured both SMTP (email) and FTP (file transfer) settings in your third-party camera for photo uploads. This can cause conflicts and result in the camera being unable to properly send photos to the desired channels.

To resolve this issue, follow these steps:

  1. Access the camera settings: Open the settings menu on your third-party camera or camera software.
  2. Remove SMTP settings: Locate the SMTP settings in the camera menu and remove or disable them. This will ensure that the camera only uses the FTP channel for photo uploads.
  3. Save the changes: After removing the SMTP settings, save the changes in the camera settings menu.
  4. Test the FTP channel: Once the SMTP settings have been removed, test the FTP channel to verify that the camera can successfully upload photos to the configured FTP server.

By following these steps and removing the SMTP settings from your camera, you can resolve the "Camera multiple photo channels" alarm and ensure that the camera is properly configured to use the FTP channel for photo uploads. If you encounter any difficulties or have further questions, don't hesitate to contact Nordic Gamekeeper support for assistance.

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