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  1. It sounds to me like the app isn't getting SSDP replies from the controller -- or perhaps that your iOS devices are using WiFi Assist (which uses LTE when iOS thinks the WiFi isn't great). Without 4Sight any connections that employ WiFi Assist would be problematic. Same deal for camera connections. You can check if WiFi assist is enabled and / or turn it off: https://www.imore.com/how-to-turn-off-wifi-assist-ios-iphone and see if that makes a difference.
  2. This is indeed an Apple bug. If you shake your device (really), the TouchID alert will show up.
  3. There's a bug in iOS 13 that's causing this behavior. It will be fixed in iOS 13.1 which is set to be released September 24th. (You can beta 13.1 now if you're so inclined!)
  4. How badly do you want something like this to work? You might be able to set up a proxy / tunnel on something like a Raspberry Pi, have it listen on a single IP to any number of ports and then forward the traffic on to separate IP addresses / ports as needed. (This is all internal to your network of course.) caveat emptor -- I've not tried this, it requires work beyond a driver and it might be a headache to maintain.
  5. The 3.0 iOS app doesn’t support that, but the same thing can be achieved using Guided Access in iOS settings: https://support.apple.com/en-us/HT202612
  6. That's probably indicative of the camera actually supporting a 16:9 thumbnail at the URL that the driver is providing and, indeed, you could keep those set to 16:9 in Composer. The others you will need to have set to 4:3 unless you get an updated driver that provides valid URL's when 16:9 is requested, but not actually supported by the camera. Glad that you're sorted!
  7. My suspicion would be that the iOS app is asking the driver for a thumbnail resolution of a given size (with a 16:9 aspect ratio if the driver states that it's supported) and then provides a URL that the camera can't actually fulfill. Try setting the aspect ratio for the camera to 4:3 in Composer and see if that fixes your thumbnails on iOS.
  8. That is definitely ideal, but does not currently offer the possibility of seeing who's at the door before choosing to answer unfortunately.
  9. Intercom Anywhere does in fact make use of CallKit in order to track call state. CallKit does not support early media (video preview) however. Given that early media is an important part of Intercom Anywhere functionality, notifications (if the app is in the background) were the only route for achieving display of early media.
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