Applies to: RLC-410; RLC-410-5MP; RLC-410S; RLC-411; RLC-411-5MP; RLC-411S; RLC-411S-5MP; RLC-420;RLC-420-5MP; RLC-422-4MP; RLC-422-5MP; RLC-423; RLC-423S; RLC-511; RLC-520; C1; C1 Pro; C2; C2 Pro; E1 Pro; E1 Zoom; RLC-210W; RLC-410W; RLC-410W-5MP; RLC-410WS; RLC-411WS; RLC-411WS-5MP; RLC-422W; RLC-423WS; RLC-511W; RLC-422W-5MP
- Some models of Reolink devices are not compatible with third-party software: all Reolink battery-powered cameras, Reolink E1, B400, D400, B800, D800, and Reolink Lumus. For these models, it's suggested that you access devices via Reolink software.
- ONVIF Device Manager is a Network Video Client (NVC) to manage Network Video Transmitters (NVT), Network Video Storage (NVS) and Network Video Analytics (NVA) devices. Thus you need to set up via computer with Reolink client and Onvif device manager.
You may follow the steps below to add Reolink cameras to Onvif Device Manager.
Step 1. Launch Reolink Client and add your devices, then go to Device Settings -> Recording -> Encode, select Base Line for H.264 Profile.
Step 2. Go to Device Settings -> Status -> Network status to find the IP address of your device.
Step 3. Launch Onvif Device Manager, the device list will automatically show the devices that are compatible with Onvif.
If you haven't found your devices, please click "Add" at the left end corner and input your IP address to add your cameras.
Step 4. Input the name and password of your device to log in.
Step 6. Input the IP address of your device to find it more quickly. Later, the video will be shown in NVT -> Live Video