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TP-Link TL-MR3040 Control ??


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Like any other WiFi Router, this device is transparent to the Camera Control App.  The WiFi Connection is between the DSLR WiFi Radio Controller and the Router, and then between the Router and the PC WiFi Radio Controller.  Any program such as BYE or ControlMyCamera is unaware of that Low-Level Networking.

The reason that BYE doesn't natively work with WiFi-connected Cameras is that the Canon SDK that actually controls the Program-to-DSLR Connection doesn't facilitate WiFi Connections - at least it doesn't document If or How that is to be done.  And that is ALL Canon's Responsibility.

Now, if you search the BYE Forum, you will find how some Users have had Luck with Connecting their Canon DSLR to BYE via WiFi via a couple of Tricks.  But that is up to you...

We do know that the Canon SDK is notoriously cranky regarding any Interruption of its Connection - usually requiring Shutdown and Restart of both Program and Camera (not something most of us find acceptable during Imaging Sessions).

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