Reolink IP cameras can be accessed via Edge, Google Chrome, Firefox, and Safari. You may follow the guide below to log in to your IP camera on a browser and control them just like the way you do on Reolink Client.

Applies to: All Reolink NVRs and cameras except add-on cameras in the NVR kits, all battery-powered cameras, cameras with hardware version IPC_3816, E1, E1 Pro, Lumus.

 Note: TrackMix Wired LTE can only support this feature when using wired connection.

Before getting started, login to your device on the Reolink Client, go to Device Settings > Network > Advanced > Server settings to open relevant ports for the device. After opening the ports, do not forget to Save your configurations.

Note: You can also open the ports via Reolink NVRs or via the web browser, see: How to Configure Reolink Ports Settings.

Step 1. Follow How to Check Network Status of Reolink Cameras/NVRs to check the IP address of your device. 

Note: If you reboot your router or your device has been offline for too long, the IP address of your device may change and the port that you forward may become invalid. To avoid the problem, you may assign a static IP address for your device or use Dynamic DNS to access your device.

Step 2. Input the IP address of your device in the address bar of the browser, input the username and password of your device, then click Login to live view your device.


Note: If there is a pop-up that prompts you to install a plugin on the web browser, click Install to install it.


After the plugin is successfully installed, please restart the browser and enter the IP address to log into your Reolink NVR again.

If you fail to load the above pages, you may add the HTTP Port to the end of the IP address. For example, if your HTTP port is 88, then the URL should be Refresh the page and you should see the Reolink login interface.

Note: If you don’t know the HTTP port of your device or you have changed the port number, you can refer to How to Set up Reolink Ports Settings to see how to find their current value via Reolink Client.

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If you need more information or assistance, please contact Reolink Support.