"bill emery" <email@example.com> wrote in message news:A661994F-6E3A-4165-A95E-B4F50206EAFE@microsoft.com...
> have a security camera at 192.168.1.5 that works with other machines . even
> works from remote with other machines by using port mapping.
> but not with my laptop. which has ie7.
> just gives a http 400 error when i try and goto http://192.168.1.5
In fact it will be the other way around: the device will be giving that response
to a request that IE is making.
> wish i knew how to troubleshoot this. i use my laptop to program cameras all
> the time so it's a bit of a problem.
The error message means that the server saw the request but didn't like it
for some reason. Common causes are: sending HTTP 1.0 when a server
only wants to see HTTP 1.1 (since the connection is local there could be
a default in effect which would be doing that if there is also a proxy involved.)
and sending a User-Agent which the host does not recognize. You could try
spoofing the MSIE 6.0 User-Agent string if you suspect the latter cause.