Is there an issue with java and FireFox? Both are up to date. I ask because I am having trouble viewing a IP camera controls. You can move the camera up and down and to the sides using java controls yet when I view the camera from FIreFox I do not get the controls. If I view it from Chrome or IE it works. I've also tried on several computers both XP and Win7 and its the same thing FireFox just will not display the controls. I've also made sure that java is not being blocked either.
Accessing the Cisco WVC210 camera from a Safari or a Firefox browser
has limited support. When using the interactive icons on the main/home
page your control is limited due to ActiveX components that do not function with these browsers.
ActiveX is a Windows component originally designed solely applicable to IE. Firefox does not use ActiveX. There are some ActiveX plugins for Firefox on the internet, but there may be security issues related to those plugins. You may find your best results with the cam by using IE to access and control it.
From what I have found on the Cisco website, it appears that the WVC210 is best supported by Internet Explorer. You can read the following, read the posts on the Cisco forum, and/or post on the Cisco forum. This is not an issue with Firefox, but appears to be with the design of the cam and, if so, only Cisco can help you. If they are no longer updating their firmware, then they are not keeping stride with changes in browsers.