H.264 Network Video Transceiver
SVR611 / SVR611W / SVR611-PoE
User’s Manual
Date: 7/20/2012
Firmware Version: TV1.0.16
Content
Content ....................................................................................................................................... 1
1.
Preface ................................................................................................................................. 3
2.
Product Specifications ....................................................................................................... 3
3.
Product Installation ............................................................................................................ 6
A.
Hardware Installation ...................................................................................................... 6
Cable Connections................................................................................................................ 6
I/O Connections .................................................................................................................... 8
B.
Monitor Setting .............................................................................................................. 10
C.
IP Assignment................................................................................................................ 11
4.
Live Video .......................................................................................................................... 13
5.
Configuration .................................................................................................................... 18
A.
System ........................................................................................................................... 18
System Information ............................................................................................................. 18
User Management .............................................................................................................. 21
System Upgrade ................................................................................................................. 23
System Logs ....................................................................................................................... 24
B.
Video/Audio Setting ...................................................................................................... 25
Video Format ...................................................................................................................... 25
Image Setting ...................................................................................................................... 28
Audio Setting ...................................................................................................................... 29
Receiver Setting ................................................................................................................. 30
C.
Network Setting ............................................................................................................. 34
Network Setting .................................................................................................................. 34
Wireless Setting .................................................................................................................. 36
Mail & FTP Setting .............................................................................................................. 39
PPPoE Setting .................................................................................................................... 41
DDNS Setting ..................................................................................................................... 42
D.
Event Handling .............................................................................................................. 44
Event Setting ...................................................................................................................... 44
I/O Setting ........................................................................................................................... 50
Schedule ............................................................................................................................. 52
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SD Card .............................................................................................................................. 54
6.
Network Configuration ..................................................................................................... 56
A.
Intranet Only .................................................................................................................. 56
Connects to PC Directly ...................................................................................................... 56
Connects to an Exist LAN ................................................................................................... 57
B.
Internet Only .................................................................................................................. 58
Connects to ADSL with Fixed Public IP Address ................................................................. 58
Connects to ADSL with Floating Public IP Address (PPPoE) .............................................. 59
C.
Intranet + Internet .......................................................................................................... 61
Connects to Internet with Fixed Public IP Address.............................................................. 61
Connects to Internet with Floating Public IP Address.......................................................... 63
7.
Factory Default .................................................................................................................. 64
Compatible List of SD Card ..................................................................................................... 65
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1. Preface
This device is a 1 channel video transceiver provides function which is a combination of
Video Server and Video Decoder.
As a Video Server, It encodes analogue signals of traditional cameras to digital signals;
user can monitor real-time video via IE browser. It supports H.264, JPEG and MPEG4
(3GPP Only) video compression which provides smooth and high quality video. The video
can be stored in the SD card, and can be playback remotely by Microsoft Windows Media
Player.
As a Video Decoder, user can use this device to decode the video/audio of our network
camera and video server over network, and transfer analogue signals to TVs, CRT
monitors or DVR systems.
The PoE model built-in support for Power over Ethernet allows the video server to receive
both data and power over a single Ethernet cable.
2. Product Specifications
 H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4 (3GPP Only) compression formats. Supports resolution up
to 30/25 fps @ Full D1 (720x480 / 720x576)
 H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4 (3GPP Only) triple streaming.
 Decode digital video/audio from remote network devices, and output to analog monitor
or DVR.
 Available decode compression format: H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG4.
 Available decode resolution: up to Full-D1 (NTSC: 720x480, PAL: 720x576)
 Self-Contained HTTP Web Server providing Internet capability for remote access
 Wireless network connection (Wireless model)
 Built-in PoE splitter, support for Power over Ethernet (PoE model)
 Supports SD card for local recording
 2-way audio
 RS-485 connection for remote Pan/Tilt/Zoom control
 Online firmware upgrade
 Recorded files compatible with Microsoft Windows Media Player
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Hardware
CPU / RAM / ROM
ARM 9, 32 bit RISC / 256MB / 16MB
Video In (Encode)
1 Analog video input (BNC connector)
Video Out (Decode)
1 Analog video output (BNC connector)
Audio In (Encode)
1 Analog video input for encode (RCA connector)
Audio Out
1 Analog video output (RCA connector) for:
 Hear the voice from remote PC user
 Output the decoded audio of IP camera (when enable the “Audio
Encode” function)
Audio In / Out
1 Line in/ 1 Line out (RCA connectors)
Digital I/O
2 Digital in / 2 Relay out
RS-485
1, for PTZ control
Power Supply
Normal & Wireless model: DC 12V, 1A
PoE model (built-in PoE Splitter):
Use PoE: PoE Injector (IEEE 802.3af)
Or, use Power Adaptor: DC 12V, 1A
Power Consumption
Max. 4 Watt
Dimensions
W134 x H42 x D107 mm
Network
Ethernet
10/ 100 Base-T
Wireless (Wireless model)
802.11b/g, supports WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WEP 64/ 128 bit
Network Protocol
HTTP, TCP/IP, RTP/RTSP, 3GPP, SMTP, FTP, PPPoE, DHCP, DDNS, NTP, UPnP
Video Encoding
Video Resolution
NTSC:
720x480, 704x480, 352x240, 176x120
PAL:
720x576, 704x576, 352x288, 176x144
Compression Format
H.264 / MJPEG / MPEG-4 (3GPP only)
Frame Rate
Up to 30 FPS
Triple Streaming
Yes (2 for live view, 1 for 3GPP)
3GPP
Yes, Live view with 3G mobile phone
Video Bitrate Adjustment
CBR, VBR
Video Adjustment
Brightness, Contrast, Hue, Saturation, Sharpness
Image Snapshot
Yes
Privacy Mask
Yes, 3 different areas
Motion Detection
Yes, 3 different areas
Event Trigger
Motion Detection, Digital In
Triggered Action
Send Email, Send to FTP, Save to SD Card, Relay Out
Pre/ Post Alarm
Yes, configurable
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Remote PTZ Control
Yes, via RS-485
Security
Password protection
Firmware Upgrade
HTTP mode, can be upgraded remotely
Connection
Up to 10 clients simultaneously
Audio
When “Audio Encode” function is disabled: 2-way
When “Audio Encode” function is enabled: 1-way (receive)
Video Decoding
Video Output Resolution
Up to 720x480 (NTSC) / 720x576 (PAL)
Decompression Format
H.264 / MPEG-4 / MJPEG
Audio Decoding
Yes
Output OSD
Yes
Decoded Device
IP Camera, Video Server
SD card management
Recording Trigger
Motion Detection, Digital In, IP Check, Network Disconnect
Schedule
Snapshot with schedule
Video Format
Video (AVI), Snapshot (JPEG)
Video Playback
Yes
Web browsing requirement
OS
Windows 2000, XP, Vista, Windows 7
Web Browser
Microsoft IE V7.0 (32-bit) or above, Mozilla Firefox V5.0 or above, Opera V10
or above, Safari V4.0.5 or above, Google Chrome V5.0 or above
Suggested Hardware
Intel Core 2 Duo 1.66GHz, RAM: 1GB
Graphic card: 128MB onboard RAM
* Specifications are subject to change without notice
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3. Product Installation
A. Hardware Installation
Cable Connections
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 Network Connector:
The RJ-45 connector allows connect the Ethernet cable.
 Power Jack:
To connect the included power adapter.
 Video Out:
The BNC connector allows connect to the analog display to
output decoded analog video for locally monitoring.
 Video In:
The BNC connector allows connect to the video signal of an
analog camera for encode.
 Audio Out:
The RCA connector allows connect to an amplified speaker,
and then hear the voice of:
 When “Audio Encode” function is disabled in Configuration
 Video/Audio  Receiver Setting : you can hear the
voice of the remote PC user.
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 When “Audio Encode” function is enabled in Configuration
 Video/Audio  Receiver Setting : you can hear the
voice of the decoded IP camera or video server.
 Audio In:
The RCA connector allows connect to a microphone or audio
source, the voice will be encoded and transferred to the remote
site via network.
 RS-485 Connector:
This terminal block allows connect to a PTZ device.
 Antenna Connector:
Available for Wireless model. To connect the included wireless
antenna.
 SD Card Slot:
Insert a SD card if you want to do the event recording (Video
only) in the video transceiver.
 Digital I/O:
Digital In and Relay Out.
1. If you want to use the “Encoder” function, connect the video and audio outputs of
analog camera to “Video In” and “Audio In” connectors. If the analog camera is a PTZ
device, connect the RS-485 for the remote PTZ control.
2. If you want to use the “Decoder” function, connect the “Video Out” connector to an
analog monitor or DVR, and connect the “Audio Out” connector to an amplified
speaker or DVR.
3. Connect the cable of Digital I/O if you want to use this functionality.
4. Connect the wireless antenna for the Wireless model.
5. Connect Ethernet cable for network connection.
6. Connect power adapter to turn on the device.
7. If the device is PoE model, the power adapter is not necessary. The device will get the
power from the PoE injector or PoE switch.
PoE (Power over Ethernet) is a technology that integrates power into a standard LAN
infrastructure. It enables power to be provided to the network device, such as an IP
phone or a network camera, using the same cable as that used for network connection.
It eliminates the need for power outlets at the camera locations. Please follow the
below figure for the connection.
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PoE Switch or PoE Injector
PoE Network Video Server
To Network
Ethernet Cable
Data only
Ethernet Cable
Mixed data and power
8. Set up the network configurations according to the network environment. For further
explanation, please refer to Network Configuration chapter.
9. After finish the configuration for the very first time, if you want to use wireless network,
plug out the Ethernet cable.
I/O Connections
I/O terminal connector – used in application, for e.g., motion detection, event triggering,
alarm notifications. It provides the interface to:
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2 sets of Digital Input (Alarm In + GND) – The digital inputs for connecting devices
that can toggle between an open and closed circuit, such as PIRs, door/window
contacts, glass break detectors, etc. When a signal is received the status changes
and the input becomes active.
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2 sets of Relay Output (N.O. + COM or N.C. + COM) –The output to Relay switch
of the alarm device such as LEDs, Sirens, etc.
Alarm In
Relay Out
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Digital Input (Alarm Input)
GND (Ground): Initial status is LOW.
Alarm: Max. 50mA, 12VDC.
Door/Window
Contacts
Relay output
COM: Common pin.
N.O. (Normally Open): Max. 1A / 24VDC or 0.5A / 125VAC.
N.C. (Normally Close): Max. 1A / 24VDC or 0.5A / 125VAC.
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B. Monitor Setting
1. Right-Click on the desktop. Select “Properties”
2. Change color quality to “Highest (32bit)”.
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C. IP Assignment
 Always consult your network administrator before assigning an IP address to your
camera in order to avoid using a previously assigned IP address.
 MAC Address: Each network camera has a unique Ethernet address (MAC address)
shown on the sticker of the device.
 One final note, although the IP Search is able to find and configure any network
device on the LAN except those that are behind a router, it is a good idea to set the
host PC to the same subnet. In order to connect to the Web-based user interface of
the network camera, the host PC must be in the same subnet. For more information
about subnets, please consult your network administrator.
“Asoni IP Search” is a utility that provides an easier, more efficient way to configure the IP
address and network settings of the network camera in Local Network (LAN).
The software can be installed from the attached software CD.
1. Once “Asoni IP Search” has been successfully installed on the computer, double
click the “Search CAM4_CAM6_NVR6LX” icon on the desktop.
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2. IP Search searches all the network devices which connect to the intranet and lists
on the window. Click [Search] button to search again.
3. From the list, click and select the device with the MAC Address that corresponds to
the device that is to be configured.
4. The network configuration of the selected device will show on the bottom, filling in
the Device Name, IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway and the others.
5. Click [Modify] button to save the settings into the device.
6. Wait for few seconds to let the device update the settings, and then click [Search]
button again to re-search the network devices.
7. Double-click the network device listed on the window, It will open an IE browser and
connect to this device directly.
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4. Live Video
Start the IE browser, type the IP address of the
network video transceiver in the address field:
http://<IP of video transceiver >
If the “Web Page Port” has been changed from
“80”, type the URL as:
http://<IP of video transceiver >:<Web Page
Port>
After link to the video transceiver, it will show a
dialogue box. Key-in the user name and
password to log-in and open the web page of video transceiver.
The default user name and password are “admin” and “admin”.
For the first time to view the video transceiver’s video via IE, it will ask you to install the
ActiveX component.
If the installation failed, please check the security setting for the IE browser.
1. In IE, click on [Tools]  [Internet Options…]
2. Click on [Security] Tab  [Custom Level…]
3. In Security Settings, under [Download unsigned ActiveX controls], select
“Enable” or “Prompt”.
4. In Security Settings, under [Initialize and script ActiveX controls not marked as
safe], select “Enable” or “Prompt”.
5. When pop-up window with warning message, click [Yes] to save the settings.
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When popup the following dialogue box, click [Yes].
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The web page of the device shows as following.
If you are using IE 8.0 or above, please click “Compatibility View” icon to make this web
page works properly:
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Streaming : Select the streaming 1 or 2 from the pull-down list to display.
Language : Change the display language temporarily.
Note: The display language is changed temporarily for current connection, and it
doesn’t change the default language. To change the default language, please
go to Configuration  System Information page.
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Configuration : Go into the configuration page to set the parameters if necessary.
Status Bar : Shows system date/time, video resolution and video refresh rate (FPS).
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Online Visitor : Shows how many users connect to this device.
PTZ Model : If a PTZ device is connected to the video transceiver, click this button to
setup the model, camera ID and baudrate of the PTZ device. Click this button again
will hide the setup options.
P/T/Z Control Panel : If a PTZ device is connected to the video transceiver, this
control panel will be displayed automatically.
Pan / Tilt the camera:
Click the direction buttons.
Move camera back to
the home position:
Click
Speed
Adjust the speed of the
camera movement:
Select the speed from the pull-down list, higher
value is faster.
Zoom
Focus
Iris
Adjust the Zoom, Focus Click
and Iris:
camera.
Click
button beside “Auto Pan”.
Auto Pan
Automatic pan the
camera from right to left
and left to right:
Stop “Auto Pan”:
Click
button beside “Auto Pan”.
Automatic move the
camera to all preset
points sequentially:
Click
button beside “Patrol”.
Stop “Patrol”:
Click
button beside “Patrol”.
Pan/Tilt
Control
Patrol
button.
or
button to adjust the
Select the preset point from the pull-down list,
move the camera to the position as your wish,
input a name in the “Name” box, and then click
Set / Change Preset
Point:
button.
Preset
Point
Select the preset point from the pull-down list
and the camera will go to the position
Go to Preset Point:
Select the preset point from the pull-down list
Remove Preset Point:
and then click
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button.
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Function Buttons : Click these buttons will perform the following functions.
Full Screen : Click this button or double-click the video, the video will change
to full screen mode.
Press [Esc] key or double-click the video again, it will back to normal mode.
Snapshot : Click this button to take snapshot of the video. The image will be
displayed in a pop-up window, click
to save as a jpg picture.
Record : Click this button to record the video into the local PC. It will ask you
where to save the video. To stop recording, click this button again.
The saved video format is AVI. The recorded file can be played by Microsoft
Media Player. Note, H.264 decoder must be installed to play the recorded file.
You can install “FFdshow” from the included CD for the decoder.
Chatting : This device supports 2-way audio. Click this button, then you can
use microphone which connected to the PC to talk to the video transceiver.
Note, When “Audio Encode” function is enabled in Configuration 
Video/Audio  Receiver Setting, the “Chatting” function is not available.
Voice : Click this button to turn on the audio from video transceiver. Click again
to turn off it.
Digital Zoom : Click this
button, a pop-up window
appears. You can enable /
disable the digital zoom, and
adjust the ratio.
Relay Out (ON/OFF Switch) : Click the button to manually turn on / off the
Relay via the built-in Digital Out.
Relay Out (Time Switch) : Click the button to manually turn on the Relay via
the built-in Digital Out, after the interval time is passed, the Relay will be
turned off automatically. The interval time can be set up in Configuration 
Event Handling  I/O.
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5. Configuration
Click [Configuration] button to get into the configuration page. Click
button to back to the Live-View page.
A. System
System Information
Set up the camera name, select language, and set up the camera time.
System Information
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[Live View]
Server Information
MAC Address: The MAC address of the Ethernet network card in the device.
Server Name: You can type a name into this field to identify this device.
Show on Status Bar: Determine whether show the server name on the Status Bar.
LED Indicator: Determine whether light-on or turn-off the network and power status
LEDs on the device.
Default Language: Select the default language for the user interface.
OSD Setting
Time Stamp: Enable this option will display the date and time on the video.
Position: Select the display position of Time stamp.
Text: Enable this option will display the OSD string on the video.
Text Edit: Click this button to open “Text Edit” dialog window. You can change the
OSD string and adjust the size and alpha of
the text. After editing, click [Upgrade]
button.
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Time Setting
Date Format: Select the format to display the date.
Time Zone: Select the GMT to match your time zone.
Synchronize with NTP Server: Select this option and type the IP address of a NTP
(Network Time Protocol) server, this device will synchronize the time with the NTP
server via network.
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NTP Server: Type the IP address or URL of the NTP server.
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Update Schedule: Select the interval for the update time. For example, if
select “6 Hours”, this device will synchronize the date and time with the NTP
server every 6 hours.
Synchronize with PC’s time: Select this option will synchronize the device time with
the PC’s time.
Manually Input Date and Time: Manually input the date and time.
The date and time remain the same: Keep the current date and time without change.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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User Management
You can add, remove and manage the users in this page.
This device supports 4 user groups:
 Administrator: The administrator can view, operate and configure all functions and
settings of this device.
 PTZ: The users in PTZ group can view and operate all functions in Live-View
page.
 Guest: The users in Guest group can only view the live video in Live-View page.
 Anonymous: The anonymous user can only view the live video in Live-View page.
The privilege is same as Guest group.
User Management
Anonymous User Login
To allow user visit this device without login, select [Yes] and then click [Setting] to
enable this function.
Add User
To add a new user, type the user name and password, select the User Group, and
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then click [Add/Set] to save the user.
User List
This table lists the current users.
Edit: To change the username and
password, click [Edit] and modify the
administrator or user in the pop-up window.
Remove: To remove the user, click [Remove].
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System Upgrade
This page allows user to upgrade firmware, restart device and restore the factory default
settings.
System Upgrade
Firmware Upgrade
The firmware can be upgraded online.
To update the firmware, click [Browse…] to select the new firmware file, and then
click [Upgrade] to the procedure.
Reboot System
To restart the device, click [Reboot] and then click [Yes] on the prompted window.
Factory Default
To load the factory defaults, click [Default] and then click [Yes] on the prompted
window. Note, all settings including User account, Network, A/V and Event settings
will be restored to the factory defaults.
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System Logs
System Logs
System Status Logs
Click the [View] button on the right side to list the logs of system status.
Motion Trigger Logs
Click the [View] button on the right side to list the logs of motion detection.
Digital-In Trigger Logs
Click the [View] button on the right side to list the logs of digital input detection.
All Logs
Click the [View] button on the right side to list all logs.
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B. Video/Audio Setting
Video Format
This device supports H.264/MJPEG and MPEG4 (only for 3GPP streaming) Triple Mode
and Triple Streaming, set the video parameters in this page.
Video Format
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Streaming 1 and 2 Output Setting
Basic / Advanced Mode: Select the mode to configure the parameters. Advanced
mode provides more detail parameters for setting.
Resolution: Select the resolution from the pull-down list.
Frame Rate Per Second: The video refreshing rate per second. Select the frame rate
from the pull-down list.
Video Compression Format: Choose H.264 or JPEG format to compress and output
the video stream.
H.264: The video stream will be compressed in H.264 format. Choose CBR
(Constant Bit Rate) or VBR (Variable Bit Rate) in Bitrate Control Mode.
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CBR: Set the Video Bitrate from 32Kbps ~ 4Mbps depend on the upload
bandwidth of network. The data size of video stream will be limited under
the selected bit rate.
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VBR: Set the Video Quantitative from 1 ~ 10, the higher value will get
better video quality. The data size of video stream is no limitation, if the
upload bandwidth of network is lower than the data size, the video will be
displayed slowly.
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GOP Size: Set the GOP (Group of Picture) size. If you don’t know what
value should be set, please set it to “1XFPS”.
JPEG: The video stream will be compressed in MJPEG format.
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Quality: 5 levels for select. The higher quality will get bigger file size.
RTSP Path: Assign a name to identify this video stream. When view the video stream
with RTSP connection, the URL should be “rtsp://<Public IP of this device>:<RTSP
port>/<RTSP path>”.
3GPP Streaming Output Setting
After enable the 3GPP streaming, it will enable this device to send out the video in
3GPP format, and you can view the live video on the 3G mobile phone.
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Since the bandwidth of 3G is not fast usually, the 3GPP streaming will be set to the
following configuration:
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Resolution – Fixed to 176x144.
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Frame Rate –Fixed to 5FPS.
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Video Format – Fixed to MPEG4.
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Audio Format – Fixed to AMR.
3GPP Path: Assign a name to identify the 3GPP video stream
To view the live video with a 3G mobile phone or PDA, open “Streaming Player” or
web browser in the mobile phone, type the URL as following to link and view the live
video:
rtsp://<Public IP of video transceiver>:<RTSP port>/<3GPP path>
* <Public IP of video transceiver>: The public IP address of the video transceiver.
* <RTSP port>: The RTSP port of the video transceiver. This port is assigned in
Configuration  Network Setting  Network Setting
* <3GPP path>: The name of the 3GPP video stream.
If your 3G mobile phone or PDA does not support the viewing of RTSP streaming, you
can view the video transceiver with http connection. To do this, use a Java compliant
browser such as Opera, and type the URL as following to link and view the live video:
http://<Public IP of video transceiver>:<HTTP port>/Jview.html
* <Public IP of video transceiver>: The public IP address of the video transceiver.
* <HTTP port>: The HTTP port of the video transceiver. This port is assigned in
Configuration  Network Setting  Network Setting
Note: Do not use the IE browser in 3G mobile phone because it doesn’t support Java.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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Image Setting
Image Setting
Privacy Mask
For the security purpose, there are 3 areas can be setup for privacy masks, the
masked areas will not be shown in Live-View and recorded file. To set up or clear the
privacy mask, click [Draw/Clear Area] button, and then use mouse to drag the area
on the video. After the configuration, click [Save Area Settings] button to save the
settings.
Image Quality
Brightness / Contrast / Hue / Saturation / Sharpness: You can adjust these
parameters to get clear video.
Default: Click [Default] button will load the default settings.
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Audio Setting
This device supports 2-way audio. Note: The audio will not be smooth when enable SD
card recording function simultaneously.
Audio from Device to Local PC
For this device to local PC, select [Enable] and then click [Apply] to start this function.
If set to [Disable], the [Voice] icon on Live View page is not workable.
Audio Setting
Audio from Local PC to This Device
For local PC to this device, click [Chatting] icon on the Live View page.
Note: When “Audio Encode” function is enabled in Configuration  Video/Audio 
Receiver Setting, the “Chatting” function is not available.
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Receiver Setting
This device can be used as a Video Decoder to receive remote IP camera / video server
through network, and decode video / audio to analog devices such as Analog monitor or
DVR.
Receiver Setting
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Analog Video Output Setting
This section determines the format and video size of the decoded analog video.
Output TV System: Select “NTSC-60Hz” or “PAL-50Hz” to match your local video
system.
Output Video Size:
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Full Size: Enlarge and display the decoded analog video to fill up the monitor.
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Original Size: Display the original size of the decoded analog video.
Video Receiver Setting
After enable “Video Receiver” function, this video transceiver will decode the video of
the remote IP camera or video server, and output the decode video through the “Video
Out” connector.
Note: The video transceiver can decode up to Full-D1 video resolution (NTSC: 720x480,
PAL: 720x576), if the remote IP camera is Mega-Pixel or 2 Mega-Pixel, please
configure its resolution to 640x480 or less.
Channel: There are 10 channels of IP camera or video server can be setup for
decode, and the settings can be stored into this device. With the channel list, you can:
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Select the channel number to assign the remote IP camera or video server.

If the channel has been assigned for remote IP camera or video server,
select the channel to change the decoding camera or video server.
Receive from IP Address: Input the IP address of the remote IP camera or video
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server.
HTTP Port: Input the web Http port, it is same as the “HTTP Port” in Network Setting
of the remote IP camera or video server.
Stream: Select the video stream of the remote IP camera or video server.
Login User Name / Password: Input the administrator’s username / password of the
remote IP camera or video server.
Connect Test: After input the above, you can click [Test] button to verify whether the
settings are correct.
Note: Please click [Apply] button before setup another channel, otherwise the settings of
concurrent channel will not be saved.
Audio Receiver Setting
After enable “Audio Receiver” function, this video transceiver will decode the audio of
the received IP camera or video server, and output the decode audio through the
“Audio Out” connector.
Note: When this function is enabled, the “Chatting” function of this video transceiver is
not available.
Channel-Auto-Switch Setting
Usually, the video transceiver decodes and displays one channel constantly. After
enable the “Channel-Auto-Switch” function, it can decode and display the selected
channels by sequence.
Select Switch Channels: Select the channels wish to decoded and displayed.
Switch Interval: Input the interval time to switch the channels.
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OSD on Analog Video
After enable “OSD on Analog Video” function, the IP address and time stamp of the
decoded IP camera or video server will be displayed on the decoded video.
Display Time Based on: There are two selections.

Local Time: Display the time of this video transceiver.

Received Channel: Display the time based on the received camera or video
server.
Date Format: Select the format to display the date.
Display Position: Select the display position of Time stamp.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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C. Network Setting
Network Setting
Network Setting
IP Assignment
DHCP: If this device behinds a router and the router provides DHCP service, using
DHCP, this device will get all network parameters from the router automatically.
Static: Assign IP address, subnet mask, gateway, and DNS manually.
Port Assignment
Set the ports if necessary. If this device will be connected via Internet, configure the
NAT (Network Address Translation) in router to match the port assignment.
HTTP Port: Set the port for HTTP connection. The default is “80”, change the port if
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you want to use router’s NAT (Network Address Translation) to make this device can
be linked from Internet.
RTSP Port: Set the port for transfer the video and audio. The default is “554”, change
the port if you want to use router’s NAT (Network Address Translation) to make this
device can be linked from Internet.
RTP Port: Set the port range of RTP port.
In RTSP mode, you may use TCP and UDP for connecting. TCP connection uses
RTSP Port. UDP connection uses RTP Start and End Port.
UPnP Setting
UPnP: Enable or disable the UPnP protocol.
This device supports UPnP, if the UPnP service is enabled on your computer, the
device will automatically be detected and a new icon will be added to “My Network
Places”.
Note: UPnP service must be enabled on your computer.
The Windows Vista and Windows 7 have enabled UPnP service by default. To activate
UPnP service in Windows XP, please follow the procedure:
1. Open the “Control Panel” from the “Start” menu.
2. Select “Add/Remove Programs”.
3. Select “Add/Remove Windows Components” and open “Networking Services”
section.
4. Click “Details” and select “UPnP” to setup the service.
5. The network device icon will be added to “My Network Places”.
6. You may double-click the network device icon to access it via IE browser.
UPnP Port Forwarding: Enable or disable the “UPnP Port Forwarding” function.
The “UPnP Port Forwarding” function provides an easy way to configure the NAT
(Network Address Translation) in router. If the router equips “UPnP Port Forwarding”
function too, this device will ask the router to open the “External HTTP Port” and
“External RTSP Port” for this device automatically. Therefore, you don’t need to
configure the Port Forwarding manually.
Note: Not all routers equip “UPnP Port Forwarding” function. The device will report
whether this function is successful after click [Apply] button.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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Wireless Setting
The Wireless model supports Wireless network connection, set the parameters in this
page.
Note: Wireless network and Ethernet network use the same IP, user has to unplug
Ethernet cable to activate the Wireless connection. If Ethernet cable is plugged,
Wireless connection will be stopped.
Wireless
Found Wireless Networks
The Wireless model will automatic search the available Wireless network and list in
the SSID table. Please refer to the table to set the Wireless settings.
Wireless Setting
Mode: Select the mode of the connection from the pull-down list. “Infrastructure” is for
connecting with the router. “Ad-hoc” is for connecting with PC directly.
Operation Mode: Select the mode from the pull-down list.
SSID: Choose a Wireless network from the SSID table, and type the SSID in the box.
The SSID is case-sensitive.
Security: Select the security mode to match the Wireless network. It supports “None”,
“WEP”, “WPA-PSK”, “WPA2-PSK” security encryption based on the setting of Router.
Ad-hoc
Ad-hoc is for connecting with PC directly. There is “Channel” to selected only when
uses Ad-hoc mode. For example, if PC’s channel is 6, the “Channel” has to be 6 too.
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WEP Setting
The Wireless model supports “WEP” security encryption. The settings must be same
as the Router’s setting. Consult your network administrator to set the parameters.
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Authentication: There are “Open System” and “Shared Keys”, it is based on different
encryptions. This has to be the same as the Router’s setting.
Encryption: There are 64 bits and 128 bits. This is based on Key Type based on the
Router’s setting.
Key Type: There are HEX and ASCII. When selecting HEX, the user only can input
0~9 characters and use A, B, C, D, E, and F. When selecting ASCII, the user can input
any character (case [upper cases/ lower cases] sensitive).
Key 1~4: Based on Key Type to input characters.
WPA-PSK Setting
The Wireless model supports “WPA-PSK” and “WPA2-PSK” security encryption. The
settings must be same as the Router’s setting. Consult your network administrator to
set the parameters.
Encryption: There are “TKIP” and “AES”.
Pre-Shared Key: Allow any characters (case [upper cases/ lower cases] sensitive).
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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Mail & FTP Setting
To send out the event video via E-mail or FTP, please set up the configuration first.
Mail & FTP
Mail Setting
Login Method: This device provides 2 kinds of mail settings. “Anonymous” for the
mail server which doesn’t need login with user name and password. “Account” for the
mail server which needs login with user name and password.
Send Mail Server: The IP address or URL of the send-mail server.
User Name / Password: The user name and password of the sender to login mail
server and send the mail.
Sender’s Mail: The sender’s mail address.
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Receiver’s Mail: The receiver’s mail address.
BCC Mail: The mail address to receive the mail also.
Mail Port: The port of the mail service. Default is 25.
FTP Setting
FTP Server: The IP address or URL of the FTP server.
User Name / Password: The user name and password to log in the FTP server.
FTP Port: The port of the FTP service. Default is 21.
Store Path: The path to save the sent video file.
FTP Mode: Select “PORT” or “PASV to fit the FTP server. “PORT” is for sending file to
an Active FTP server; “PASV” is for sending file to a Passive FTP server.
Auto Create Folder by Date: If select “Yes”, a folder will be created under the “Store
Path” and named with the date, and then the video file will be saved in this folder. If
select “No”, the video file will be saved in the “Store Path” without folder.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
Test the Settings
You can click [Test] button, this device will send a test mail to receiver’s mail box, or
upload a test file to FTP site, to make sure the settings of mail or FTP are correct.
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PPPoE Setting
If this device connects to an ADSL modem directly and want to use PPPoE connection, set
the parameters in this page.
PPPoE Setting
PPPoE Connection
Select [Enable] to use PPPoE. Type in user name and password for the ADSL
connection.
Send E-mail After Dialed
If select [Enable], when connect to the Internet via PPPoE, this device will send a
mail with the Subject to a specific mail account, this mail contains the public IP
address of the ADSL connection.
To set the mail account, please refer to Configuration  Network Setting  Mail&FTP
page.
E-mail Subject
The subject of the E-mail will be sent.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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DDNS Setting
This device supports DDNS, set the parameters in this page.
DDNS Setting
DDNS Setting
There are several DDNS providers can be selected. Select the provider from the
pull-down list, input Hostname, User name, Password and the Schedule Update time,
and then click [Apply] to connect to the DDNS provider.
Status
This field will display the message to indicate the status of DDNS service.
Updating: Information update.
Idle: Stop service.
http://<hostname (username)>.<provider>.com: DDNS registration successful,
can now link to the device with this URL address.
Update Failed, the name is already registered: The hostname or username has
already been used. Please change it.
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Update Failed, check your internet connection: Network connection failed.
Update Failed, please check the account information with you provider: The
input hostname, username or password may be wrong.
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D. Event Handling
Event Setting
This device supports multiple event settings.
Event
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This device supports 4 kinds of event detections:
 Motion Detection.
 Digital Input Detection.
 Network Disconnection Detection: This event will be triggered once the wire
network is disconnected.
 Specific IP Detection: This event will be triggered once the network connection
with a specific IP address is disconnected.
Motion Detection
This device allows 3 areas for detect motion. When motion detection is triggered, it
can send the video or snapshot to specific mail address; transmit the video or
snapshot to remote FTP server; trigger the digital out; record video or snapshot into
local SD card.
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Set the Area: To set up or clear the motion area, click [Draw/Clear Area] button on
“Set Area” row, and then use mouse to drag the area on the video.
Adjust the Sensitivity: To adjust the sensitivity of detection, select the level from the
pull-down list.
Activate Motion Detection: To activate the motion detection, enable the [Detect
Area] check box
Actions when Motion Detection is Trigger: Select what actions will be taken once
the motion detection is triggered in each area.

E-mail: When the motion detection is triggered in this area, send the recorded
video or snapshot to the specific mail address.

FTP: When the motion detection is triggered in this area, send the recorded
video or snapshot to the specific FTP site.
To set the mail account and FTP site, please refer to Configuration 
Network Setting  Mail&FTP page.

Out1 / Out2: When the motion detection is triggered in this area, turn on the
Digital Output 1 or Digital Output 2.

Save to SD Card: When the motion detection is triggered in this area, record
the video or snapshot into the local SD card.
Log: If “Save to SD Card” option has been selected for action, you can determine
whether send a message to the specific mail address or FTP site.
E-Mail Subject: The subject of the E-mail will be sent.
Detection Interval: This option provides two functions:

The interval time between multiple detections. For example, if the time set to
10 seconds, when the motion detection is triggered at time 10H:05M:10S, the
next detection will be accepted after 10H:05M:20S. The detections between
10H:05M:10S to 10H:05M:19S will not be accepted.

If the “Out” is selected for the action, the Interval means “Digital Output On”
period. For example, if Interval set to 20 seconds, when the motion detection
is triggered, the Digital Output will be “On” and lasting for 20 seconds, and
then “Off” automatically.
Enable Motion Detection in Schedule Time: Enable this option will automatic
activate the motion detection with scheduled time and stop the detection in the other
time. Please refer to Schedule page to setup the schedule time.
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Recommendation of Motion Detection Area
To ensure the Motion Detection works well, and avoid unnecessary trigger, please
follow the rules to draw the Motion Detection Areas:
 The moving object larger than the 50% of the Motion Detection Area, it will be
detected, and the Motion Detection is triggered.
 The moving object smaller than the 50% of the Motion Detection Area, it will not
be detected, and the Motion Detection will not be triggered.
 Recommend use 3 smaller Motion Detection Areas to replace a large area.
Motion!
The moving object smaller than the 50% of the
The moving object larger than the 50% of the motion
motion area, it will not be detected!
area, it will be detected, and the motion is triggered!
To detect the smaller moving object, use 3 motion areas to replace a large motion
area, refer the figure below:
Motion!
The moving object will be detected when it is in any of
the 3 motion areas, and the motion is triggered!
Record File Setting
There are 3 methods to record the event video in SD card or send out via E-mail, FTP:
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Video: When an event (Motion Detection or Digital Input Detection) is triggered, the
video will be recorded as still image with AVI format. The beginning and ending time of
the file is depending on the Pre and Post Record Time Setting.
Snapshots: This option is available when the “Video Format” of streaming 1 is set as
“JPEG” in Video Format. When an event (Motion Detection or Digital Input Detection)
is triggered, this device will take a series of snapshot with JPG format. The beginning
and ending time of the snapshot pictures is depending on the Pre and Post Record
Time Setting.
Snapshot (Single): This option is available when the “Video Format” of streaming 1 is
set as “JPEG” in Video Format page. When an event (Motion Detection or Digital Input
Detection) is triggered, this device will take a snapshot with JPG format.
Pre and Post Record Time Setting
Configure the record time for the event recording file. For example, if set “Pre Alarm”
as 3 seconds and set “Post Alarm” as 5 seconds, when an event (Motion Detection or
Digital Input Detection) is triggered at time 10H:05M:10S, the video will be recorded
from 10H:05M:07S to 10H:05M:14S.
Note: Limited by the built-in RAM of this device, when data is too much or video
quality set too high, it will cause recording frame drop or decrease the recording
time of post alarm.
To avoid the “frame drop” situation, please reduce the bitrate of the video. We
recommend connect the device in LAN (Local Network) and set the video as
CBR, and Bitrate less than 1.5Mbps.
Network Disconnection Detect
After enable the check box of “Record Video into SD Card”, when the wire network is
disconnected, it will save the video into local SD card.
Note: When this event is happen, the frame rate of live video and recorded video will
be limited to 5FPS. The longest continue record period of single video file is 20
minutes, and the interval of two video files is fixed with 1 minute.
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Specific IP Detection
For the use of recording software, this device supports the detection of the connection
of this device and PC. Whenever the connection is disconnected, it records the video
to local SD card to make sure the video recording is continuous.
Detect IP – Enable / Disable: Select to enable or disable this function.
IP Address: The IP address or URL of the PC which installed the recording software.
Detection Interval: The interval time of the detection.
When Dis-connected: After enable the check box of “Record Video into SD Card”,
when the network connection of PC is disconnected, it will save the video into local
SD card.
Note: When this event is happen, the frame rate of live video and recorded video will
be limited to 5FPS. The longest continue record period of single video file is 20
minutes, and the interval of two video files is fixed with 1 minute.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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I/O Setting
This device provides Digital Input and Digital Output. When the Digital Input is triggered, it
can send the video or snapshot to specific mail address; transmit the video or snapshot to
remote FTP server; trigger the digital out; record video or snapshot into local SD card.
I/O Setting
Digital Input Setting
Input 1 / 2 Sensor Type: Select the type of the sensor which connected to the Digital
Input. [N.O] means “Normally Opened”, this type of sensor will be triggered when it is
closed. [N.C] means “Normally Closed”, this type of sensor will be triggered when it is
opened.
Input 1 / 2 Trigger Action: Select the actions when the Digital Input is triggered.

E-mail: When the Digital Input is triggered, send the recorded video or
snapshot to the specific mail address.

FTP: When the Digital Input is triggered, send the recorded video or snapshot
to the specific FTP site.
To set the mail account and FTP site, please refer to Configuration 
Network Setting  Mail&FTP page.

Out1 / 2: When the Digital Input is triggered, activate the Digital Output 1 or
Digital Output 2.

Save to SD Card: When the Digital Input is triggered, record the video or
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snapshot into to SD card.
Log: If “Save to SD Card” option has been selected for action, you can determine
whether send a message to the specific mail address or FTP site.
E-Mail Subject: The subject of the E-mail will be sent.
Detection Interval: This option provides two functions.

The interval time between multiple detections. For example, if the time set to
10 seconds, when the Digital Input is triggered at time 10H:05M:10S, the next
trigger will be accepted after 10H:05M:20S. The triggers between
10H:05M:10S to 10H:05M:19S will not be accepted.

If the “Out” is selected for the action, the Interval means “Digital Output On”
period. For example, if Interval set to 20 seconds, when the Digital Input is
triggered, the Digital Output will be “On” and lasting for 20 seconds, and then
“Off” automatically.
Enable Digital Input Detection in Schedule Time: Enable this option will automatic
activate the Digital-Input detection with scheduled time and stop the detection in the
other time. Please refer to Schedule page to setup the schedule time.
Digital Output Setting
This section is for setup the parameters of Digital Output.
Note: The following settings are available when manually turn on the Relay Out on
Live-View page.
Output Switch Type: Select the type of the Digital Output switch. [On/Off Switch]
will be triggered to On or Off constantly. [Time Switch] will be triggered to “On” and
lasting for a period time, and then “Off” automatically.
Turn-On Time: If the Digital Output switch is a “Time Switch”, the lasting time of the
“On” period can be set here.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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Schedule
This function provides the schedule for the following:
 Send Snapshot with the Scheduled Time: automatic send a snapshot to the E-mail
address or FTP site, or save to SD card. The interval time can be set.
 Activate and Stop the Motion Detection with Scheduled Time: if the “Enable
Motion Detection in Schedule Time” option in Configuration  Event Handling 
Event Setting  Motion Detection page is enabled, the motion detection will be
activated with scheduled time and stop the detection in the other time.
 Activate and Stop the Digital Input Detection with Scheduled Time: if the “Enable
Digital Input Detection in Schedule Time” option in Configuration  Event
Handling  I/O Setting page is enabled, the Digital-Input detection will be
activated with scheduled time and stop the detection in the other time.
Schedule
Setup Schedule
Select / Unselect All Time: Click [All] of the top-left of the time table to select or
unselect all time. The square in green means the time is selected; the square in
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light-grey means the time is unselected.
Select / Unselect Specific Time: Click the square of the time table to select or
unselect the specific time. The square in green means the time is selected; the square
in light-grey means the time is unselected.
Send Snapshot with Scheduled Time
Enable / Disable: To enable or disable the schedule function.
Snapshot: Select the method to send out the snapshot.

E-mail: Automatic send the snapshot to the specific mail address, the interval
time of the snapshot pictures is depending on the Interval setting.

FTP: Automatic send the snapshot to the specific FTP site, the interval time
of the snapshot pictures is depending on the Interval setting.
To set the mail account and FTP site, please refer to Configuration 
Network Setting  Mail&FTP page.

Save to SD Card: Automatic save the snapshot into SD card, the interval time
of the snapshot pictures is depending on the Interval setting.
Interval: The interval time of the snapshot pictures. For example, if the time set to 10
seconds, in the scheduled time, the device will send out snapshot every 10 seconds.
File Name: The header of the filename of the snapshot. For example, if you input
“Camera” in this field, the filename of the snapshot will be
“Camera-yyyymmdd-hhmmss.jpg”, “yyyymmdd” indicates the year, month and date;
hhmmss indicates the hour, minute and second.
After set up, click [Apply] to save the settings.
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SD Card
In this page, if a SD Card is inserted, you can record the video once an event is triggered,
play back and manage the recorded files in the SD Card.
Note: The SD card must be formatted as FAT or FAT32 file system.
The use of the SD Card will affect the operation of this device slightly, such as
affecting the frame rate of the video.
Install SD Card
Make sure the direction and pushing SD card into the slot completely.
Record
Enable [Save to SD Card] option in Event Setting or I/O Setting page, the video can
be recorded into the card once the event is triggered. When the SD Card is full, it will
remove the earliest file automatically.
Playback
When open this page, the date of recorded files shows.
SD Card
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The “.avi” extension name of the file means this file is a video file; the “.jpg” extension
name means it is a picture file. Click the file to start Microsoft Media Player to play it. If
the bandwidth is lower for playback directly, please right-click on the file and select
[Save As…] to download it to the PC, and then play the downloaded file with
Microsoft Media Player.
Note: the video format is compressed with H.264, the PC must install the H.264
decoder. You can install “FFdshow” from the included CD for the decoder.
Delete Recorded File
To delete the recorded file, check the check box of the file, then click [Del] button.
Format SD Card
If you want to empty the SD card, click [Format SD Card] to format the card.
To view the recorded files, just click the date, it will show the list of the recorded files.
Auto Deletion
If enable this function, the recorded files before the selected day will be deleted
automatically. After select the option, click [Apply] to save the setting.
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6. Network Configuration
A. Intranet Only
Connects to PC Directly
If you want to connect the video server to PC directly for the very first time setup, please
refer to the figure below for the connection.
Video Server
Ethernet Cable
This device supports Auto-MDI/MDIX,
PC
IP Address: 192.168.1.210
you can use a straight or cross-over
IP Address: 192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
cable to connect these two devices.
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: (Empty)
Gateway: (Empty)
Http Port: 80
RTSP Port: 554
 Connect the video server to PC with Ethernet cable. The video server equips an
Auto-MDI/MDIX network connector, you can use a straight or cross-over Ethernet
cable.
 Refer to Configuration  Network  Network page to configure the IP settings.
 Please make sure the IP address of PC and video server are in the same subnet. Ex.
192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.210 have the same subnet.
 Set Subnet Mask of PC and video server.
 Clear the Gateway of PC and video server to empty.
For example, if the IP settings have been configured as the above figure, the video server
can be linked with following addresses:
Client
Video Server
Link Address
PC
Video Server
http://192.168.1.210
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Remark
Connects to an Exist LAN
If the video server will be used in a local network (LAN) and don’t allow to access via
Internet, please refer to the figure below for the connection.
Intranet (LAN)
Video Server 1
IP Address: 192.168.1.210
Switch
Router or IP Sharing
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
IP Address: 192.168.1.254
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Http Port: 80
RTSP Port: 554
Video Server 2
PC
IP Address: 192.168.1.211
IP Address: 192.168.1.2
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Http Port: 80
RTSP Port: 554
 Connect the video servers to the Switch.
 Refer to Configuration  Network  Network page to configure the IP settings.
 Please make sure the IP address of Router, PC and video servers are in the same
subnet. Ex. 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.210 have the same subnet.
 Set Subnet Mask of Router, PC and video servers.
 Set Gateway of PC and video servers with the same IP address. Usually, the
Gateway is the IP address of router.
 Set the IP address of a valid DNS into video servers. An invalid DNS will cause the
domain name can’t be resolved and reached, such as email address.
For example, if the IP settings have been configured as the above figure, the video
servers can be linked with following addresses:
Client
Video Server
Link Address
Video Server 1
http://192.168.1.210
Video Server 2
http://192.168.1.211
PC
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Remark
B. Internet Only
Connects to ADSL with Fixed Public IP Address
If the video server connects to Internet with an ADSL modem and the public IP address of
ADSL is fixed, please refer to the figure below for the connection.
Internet (WAN)
Video Server
PC
3G Mobile Phone
IP Address: 60.220.20.250
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 60.220.20.254
Http Port: 80
RTSP Port: 554
ADSL
 Connect the video server to the ADSL modem.
 Refer to Configuration  Network  Network page, configure the IP address,
Subnet Mask, Gateway and DNS with the settings that ISP provided for ADSL
connection.
For example, if the public IP address is “60.220.20.250”, now the video server can be
linked with following addresses:
Client
PC
Link Address
Remark
http://60.220.20.250
With audio:
3G Mobile
rtsp://60.220.20.250/3g
Phone
Without audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250/3gx
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Must enable “3GPP Stream” in
Configuration  Video/Audio
 Video Format page
Connects to ADSL with Floating Public IP Address (PPPoE)
If the video server connects to Internet with an ADSL modem and the public IP address of
ADSL is variable, the video server can use PPPoE function for the connection.
Internet (WAN)
Video Server
PC
3G Mobile Phone
Configure the PPPoE Setting
ADSL
 Connect the video server to the ADSL modem.
 Refer to Configuration  Network  PPPoE page to configure the PPPoE settings.
 The video server will automatic dial-up and get the public IP address from ISP.
 If you have enable “Send Mail After Dialed” function, the video server will send an
email to tell you the current public IP address.
For example, if the public IP address is “60.220.20.250”, now the video server can be
linked with following addresses:
Client
PC
Link Address
Remark
http://60.220.20.250
With audio:
3G Mobile
rtsp://60.220.20.250/3g
Phone
Without audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250/3gx
Must enable “3GPP Stream” in
Configuration  Video/Audio
 Video Format page
Using DDNS Function
Since the public IP address is variable, you can enable DDNS function to get a fixed
URL to instead of the IP address, refer to Configuration  Network  DDNS page to
configure and enable the DDNS function.
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After enable the DDNS, assume the registered URL is “test.dyndns.org”, now the
video server can be linked with following URLs:
Client
PC
Link Address
Remark
http://test.dyndns.org
With audio:
3G Mobile
rtsp://test.dyndns.org/3g
Phone
Without audio:
rtsp://test.dyndns.org/3gx
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Must enable “3GPP Stream” in
Configuration  Video/Audio
 Video Format page
C. Intranet + Internet
Connects to Internet with Fixed Public IP Address
If the video server will be added into a local network (LAN), and will be accessed via both
Intranet and Internet, please refer to the figure below for the connection.
Intranet (LAN)
Internet (WAN)
PC1
PC2
3G Mobile Phone
IP Address: 192.168.1.2
Video Server 1
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
IP Address: 192.168.1.210
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Http Port: 80
Switch
ADSL
RTSP Port: 554
Public IP: 60.220.20.250
To allow the devices can be linked through Internet, set
the NAT, Port Forwarding or Virtual Server as following:
Video Server 2
WAN
IP Address: 192.168.1.211
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.254
Router or IP Sharing
Http Port: 80
IP Address: 192.168.1.254
RTSP Port: 555
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
LAN
Port
IP Address
Port
3081
192.168.1.210
80
554
554
192.168.1.210
3082
192.168.1.211
80
555
192.168.1.211
555
 Assume the local network will be connected to Internet with ADSL connection, first,
configure the router (or IP sharing) with the ADSL connection. Please refer to the
user’s manual of router for the configuration.
 Connect the video servers to the Switch.
 Refer to Configuration  Network  Network page to configure the IP settings.
 Configure the video servers with different IP address. Ex. assign Video Server1 to
192.168.1.210, and assign Video Server2 to 192.168.1.211
 Please make sure the IP address of Router, PC and video servers are in the same
subnet. Ex. 192.168.1.2 and 192.168.1.210 have the same subnet.
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 Set Subnet Mask of Router, PC and video servers.
 Set Gateway of PC and video servers with the same IP address. The Gateway is the
IP address of router.
 Set the IP address of a valid DNS into video servers. An invalid DNS will cause the
domain name can’t be resolved and reached, such as email address.
 Configure the video servers with different RTSP port. Ex. assign Video Server1 with
port 554, and assign Video Server2 with port 555.
 To allow the video servers can be linked through Internet, set router’s NAT (Network
Address Translation), Port Forwarding or Virtual Server as following:
Video
Server
Video
Server 1
Video
Server 2
WAN Side
LAN Side
Remark
Port
Protocol IP Address
Port Protocol
3081
TCP
192.168.1.200
80
TCP
Port for Web page
554
TCP
192.168.1.200
554
TCP
Port for Video and
Audio
3082
TCP
192.168.1.201
80
TCP
Port for Web page
555
TCP
192.168.1.201
555
TCP
Port for Video and
Audio
For example, if the IP settings have been configured as the above figure, the video
servers can be linked with following addresses:
Clients in
Video Server
Intranet
Link Address
Video Server 1
http://192.168.1.200
Video Server 2
http://192.168.1.201
Video Server
Link Address
Video Server 1
http://60.220.20.250:3081
Video Server 2
http://60.220.20.250:3082
Video Server 1
With audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250:554/3g
Without audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250:554/3gx
Remark
PC1
Client from
Internet
Remark
PC2
3G
Mobile
Phone
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Must enable “3GPP
Stream” in Configuration
 Video/Audio  Video
Format page
Video Server 2
With audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250:555/3g
Without audio:
rtsp://60.220.20.250:555/3gx
Connects to Internet with Floating Public IP Address
If the public IP address of ADSL connection is variable, you can enable DDNS function to
get a fixed URL to instead of the IP address.
Note: only one device can enable the DDNS function in the local network (LAN), multiple
devices use DDNS will update to the DDNS provider too frequently, and the DDNS
provider will block your URL.
If the router has DDNS function, use router’s DDNS function is recommended. Please
refer to the user’s manual of router for the configuration.
If the router doesn’t have DDNS function, use one of the video servers DDNS function is
recommended. Refer to Configuration  Network  DDNS page to configure and enable
the DDNS function.
After enable the DDNS, assume the registered URL is “test.dyndns.org”, now the video
servers can be linked with following URLs:
Client
from
Internet
Video Server
Link Address
Remark
Video Server 1 http://test.dyndns.org:3081
PC2
Video Server 2 http://test.dyndns.org:3082
With audio:
rtsp://test.dyndns.org:554/3g
Video Server 1
Without audio:
rtsp://test.dyndns.org:554/3gx
3G Mobile
Phone
With audio:
Video Server 2
rtsp://test.dyndns.org:555/3g
Without audio:
rtsp://test.dyndns.org:555/3gx
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Must enable “3GPP
Stream” in
Configuration 
Video/Audio  Video
Format page
7. Factory Default
To recover the default password and other settings, please follow the steps:
1. Power off this device.
2. Use a needle about 5cm long insert into the "Factory Default Hole" and push the
button in the hole, keeping push it and don't release.
Factory Default Hole
3. Power on the device. Don’t release the button during the system booting.
4. It will take around 30 seconds to boot the device.
5. Release the button when the device finishes proceed.
6. Re-login the device using the default username (admin) and password (admin).
7. The IP address is probably restored to the default, in this case, use IP Search
utility to search the device. The default IP address is 192.168.1.210
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Compatible List of SD Card
The Compatible List of SD Card
Recommended SD Card
SanDisk 128M
SanDisk 16G
SanDisk 256M
SanDisk 32G
SanDisk 512M
Transcend 4G
SanDisk 1G
Transcend 8G
SanDisk 2G
Transcend 16G
SanDisk 4G
Transcend 32G
SanDisk 8G
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