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Hello, I have 3 x Pro 4 (NMC4350P) cameras and until 3-4 days ago, all were working by connecting directly to the wi-fi. I have a Netgear mesh setup so the signal is strong all through the apartment. I also have 2 baby monitors connected to the same 2.4 GHz network. Recently, all 3 x Pro 4 cameras went offline and will not connect.
I have reset the modem, the wifi router, and factory reset all cameras. When I try to connect the Pro 4 cameras to the same network, following the prompts in the app (Android on Moto G6), all is good until I get the chime, then the blue led flashes roughly 6 times then stops, the app continues to "search for cameras" and after several minutes, fails to find the camera. I perform the steps for each camera separately to avoid connectivity of bandwidth issues.
I have done this several times per camera with the same result. None of the Pro 4 cameras will connect. Although the 2 baby monitors are still connected to the network and have no issues with those.
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