ZyXEL Communications IPC3605N Specifications

IPC-3605N
The First Consumer-Friendly Network Camera
Edition 1.11, 11/2012
www.zyxel.com
Copyright © 2011
ZyXEL Communications Corporation
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2 Contents
Getting to know your IPC-3605N ............................................................................... 6 2.1 Package Contents.............................................................................................. 6 2.2 Features............................................................................................................. 7 2.3 Camera Layout ................................................................................................. 8 2.4 LED Status Indicator ........................................................................................ 9 3 Installation..................................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. 3.1 Connecting Your IPC-3605N ..........................Error! Bookmark not defined. 3.2 Wireless .......................................................................................................... 12 3.3 Wall and Ceiling Mounting ............................................................................ 13 4 Initial Setup ............................................................................................................... 16 5 Accessing your camera ............................................................................................. 17 5.1 CloudEnabled™ Viewing............................................................................... 18 5.2 Direct Viewing of your Camera (For Advanced Users) ................................. 20 6 Configuration ............................................................................................................ 27 6.1 Video Settings................................................................................................. 27 6.2 Camera Settings .............................................................................................. 28 6.3 Audio Settings ................................................................................................ 30 6.4 User Settings ................................................................................................... 30 6.5 Network Settings ............................................................................................ 32 6.6 PTZ Control .....................................................Error! Bookmark not defined. 6.7 Event Setup ..................................................................................................... 38 6.8 Recording Setup ............................................................................................. 45 6.9 Recording History........................................................................................... 46 6.10 Date ............................................................................................................. 46 6.11 Multi-Camera .............................................................................................. 47 7 Event Viewer ............................................................................................................ 49 8 Maintenance .............................................................................................................. 50 8.1 Information ..................................................................................................... 50 8.2 Log .................................................................................................................. 50 8.3 System Maintenance ....................................................................................... 50 9 Troubleshooting ........................................................................................................ 53 9.1 Reconfiguring Your Device............................................................................ 53 9.2 Cabling Check ................................................................................................ 53 9.3 Resetting to Factory Defaults ......................................................................... 54 9.4 Trouble with Active X .................................................................................... 55 9.5 Trouble with Remote Viewing on Browser.................................................... 57 9.6 Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions .................................................................. 59 10 Technical Specifications ........................................................................................... 64 11 Open-Sourced Components ...................................................................................... 66 Important Notices
Regulatory Notice
This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) This device must accept any interference
received, including interference that may cause undesired operation.
FCC Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant
to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there
is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause
harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off
and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one of the following measures:
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Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna
Increase the separation between the equipment and the receiver
Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different circuit than the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced TV/radio technician for help.
To assure continued compliance, any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party
responsible for compliance could void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
Operation Safety
Before using this camera, please read and follow the steps below to protect your IP camera.
 Please place the IP camera on a level surface and keep it out of direct sunlight
 Keep the IP camera indoors and away from water, dust, humidity, and magnetic products
 Do not rotate your IP camera by hand. It may cause damage to the camera.
 Do not drop the IP camera, this may damage the mechanical parts of the camera.
 Do not disassemble or remodel the product, it can cause damage or fire.
 Do not shake, move, or disturb the camera when it is in operation, as such actions may result in
the malfunction of the device.
 Power the camera off if it produces smoke or unusual odor.
 Do not place the IP camera around heat sources such as a Television or microwave oven.
About This Manual
This manual is indented only for users of the ZyXEL IPC-3605N network camera.
Conventions in this Manual
While using this manual, pay attention to symbols and notations used to draw attention to special
situations, such as:
Caution!
Information provided with this symbol is critical to prevent damage to
the product or injury to the user.
Important!
This symbol indicates instructions that a user must follow in order to
complete a task.
Note:
This symbol indicates additional information or tips to help the user
operate the product.
2
Getting to know your IPC-3605N
2.1 Package Contents
Before setup, ensure your package contains all contents. If anything is missing, contact
your distributor.
Number
Contents
IPC-3605N Network Camera
Ethernet Cable
Power Adapter
Quick Installation Guide
Install Disk
Mounting Screw x3/ Screw Mount x3
USB Wireless Adapter
2.2 Features
ZyXEL’s IPC-3605N is an easy to install product with support for H.264/MPEG4/MJPEG video compression formats to help ensure high quality video with reduced
bandwidth consumption.
 Small and smart functional design
 2 megapixel/HD resolution
 Dual H.264, MJPEG, or MPEG-4 video streams
 Active bandwidth management
 Network bandwidth detection
 SMS & E-Mail Notification
 Built-in microphone
 Two-way audio communication
 Video recording to local microSD/SDHC
 Mobile connectivity
 Import & Export camera profiles
2.3 Camera Layout
Number Contents
Light Sensor
Lens
IR LEDs x6 (inside)
USB Wireless Adapter Connector
Audio Input
Reset Button
MicroSD Card Slot (on side)
Microphone
LED status indicator
Speaker
Focus adjustment ring
Microphone input
Power adapter port
Composite video jack
Ethernet port
I/O (2 in/1 out) & RJ-485 connector
2.4 LED Status Indicator
The LED status indicator consists of one red and one blue LED. Depending on the
camera’s status, the LEDs will appear as follows:
Red IR LEDs (Left), Blue Status LED (Right)
When the IP camera is turned on, the LEDs will light in the following patterns:
Red LEDs
On
Off
On
Off
Blinking (Every
0.5 seconds)
Off
Off
Blinking
Blue LED
On
On
Off
Off
Off
Blinking (Every
0.5 seconds)
Blinking (Every
0.2 seconds)
Blinking
Indication
System booting
Successfully established network connection
Performing hardware test
Powered off
Failed to connect to network/Failed to establish
WPS connection
Attempting to establish a WPS connection
Successfully established a WPS connection
Attempting to establish a network connection
2.5 Digital I/O Connector Block
The I/O connector on the back of the camera provides a central interface between your
home security system and various input devices.
The two digital inputs are normally used with security sensors. They work by detecting a
change in the state of an open or closed circuit. You can check the status of the circuit in
[Setup] > [Event Setup] > [I/O Status]
The output port is normally used to trigger external audio or visual indicators, like sirens
or strobe lights.
3 Installation
3.1 Connecting your IPC-3605N
The picture below illustrates the basic connection of your IPC-3605N camera:
The following table describes the numbered items:
Number Contents
Ethernet cable from PC to hub/router.
Ethernet cable from router to camera. Use the bundled Ethernet cable to
connect the LAN port of the IP camera to the LAN port of your hub/router.
Wireless adapter (optional). If you’re using the USB Wi-Fi adapter, plug it into
the USB port on your camera for wireless reception.
Power: Attach the power adapter to the camera’s power port, and connect the
plug to a power outlet.
Important!
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The Camera’s USB port only supports the bundled ZyXEL Wireless adapter.
After unplugging the camera’s power cable, wait at least 4 seconds before
restoring power to the camera.
3.2 Wireless
While using the ZyXEL Wireless adapter, you’ll be able to connect your camera to your
network via WiFi. Keep in mind that you can only have one active connection at any
given time – either through LAN or a wireless network.
Note: If the wireless connection drops or seems slow, try moving your IP camera closer
to the wireless access point for an improved signal.
Important!
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Obstacles between your camera and wireless access point, particularly if made of
materials like wood, cement, or metal, will weaken the strength of your wireless
signal.
 Other 2.4 GHz devices such as microwaves and wireless phones may degrade
performance. Attempt to keep your camera away from such devices.
3.3 Wall and Ceiling Mounting
In order to mount the camera on the wall or ceiling, use the included screws
to fix the bracket to a flat surface. After the camera has been affixed, adjust
the camera to the required viewing angle.
Follow the steps below to mount your camera:
Step 1: Detach the metal mounting plate from the base of the camera by
inserting a flat head screwdriver into the rectangular hole at the wide end of
the base and pressing downward to push the plate away from the rest of the
camera.
Step 2: Press the bottom of the mounting plate (the side with protruding
screw holes) against the mounting surface. Screw the plate to the mounting
surface, and click the plate back into its position at the bottom of the camera,
as shown in the figure below.
3.4 Dismounting the Camera
The following instructions will detail how to remove the camera from a
mounted surface. A flat head and Phillips screwdriver will be required.
Step 1: Remove the camera from the metal mounting plate by inserting a flat
head screw driver into the rectangular hole on the wide end of the plastic
base, and pushing downward.
Step 2: Use a Phillips head screwdriver to remove the metal mounting plate
from the mounting surface.
3.5 Disassemble/Assemble the camera stand
The camera comes attached to its stand when delivered from ZyXEL. If you
need to detach or reattach the stand, follow the diagrams below.
To reattach the camera stand:
4
Initial Setup
Before running the setup utility, make sure you have the IP Camera properly connected.
To begin setup, insert the installation CD supplied with the camera into the CD-ROM
drive of the viewing PC, and the eaZy Wizard utility will start and guide you during the
installation process of the hardware and software for your IP camera.
4.1 Adjusting the Focus
After initial setup, the camera’s focus will need to be adjusted. In order to
adjust focus, aim the camera at the area you wish to monitor and gently turn
the focus adjustment ring, located at the front of the camera. Turning the
ring clockwise will move the focus farther away, while turning
counterclockwise will move the focus closer.
Important: Do not over-tighten the adjustment ring, as this
may damage the unit.
Accessing your camera
Your camera’s video feeds can be accessed in a number of ways, as follows.
1) Your camera is CloudEnabled™ and can be viewed from any PC running a
modern web browser with the Flash plug-in installed. When you first setup your
camera using the included CD, it will register your camera with iSecurity+.
Simply point your web browser to http://zyxel.isecurityplus.com and login with
the username and password you created during setup. You can also download the
iSecurity+ app from iTunes or the Android Market to view your camera from a
smartphone or tablet. This is by far the easiest way to view & control your
camera.
2) View the live video stream on the web browser of any computer. This feature is
compatible with all Desktops, Laptops, or Tablets modern browser. This is the
easiest way to view the video of the IP camera and requires little learning time.
This may require advanced configuration of your home router in order to view the
camera remotely.
(Note: Non-IE web browsers, such as FireFox and Safari, are supported after a
VLC plug-in installation.)
3) View the live video stream on the mobile web browser of your iPhone/iPod,
Android phone, BlackBerry, PDA, or any other mobile phones with a built-in web
browser. Through live Motion-JPEG video streaming, you can view your ZyXEL
IP camera while on the go. This may require advanced configuration of your
home router in order to view the camera remotely.
(Note: This functionality requires that a secondary video stream be enabled.
Motion-JPEG mode only offers live viewing function.)
4) View the live video stream on any 3G capable smartphone over the internet.
(Note: A secondary video stream must be enabled.)
4.2 CloudEnabled™ Viewing
4.2.1 Accessing via iSecurity+ Smartphone App
iSecurity+ is an iOS/Android App designed to allow you to quickly and easily access,
control, and view your camera’s video feeds from anywhere.
The iSecurity+ can be located on the App Store and Android Market from your device by
searching “iSecurity+,” or directly from your computer at the Android Market
(http://market.android.com) for Android devices, or the App Store through iTunes
(http://www.apple.com/itunes).
4.2.2
Accessing via iSecurity+ Web App
Once a second stream has been successfully enabled on your ZyXEL camera, you can use
the iSecurity+ web app to view your video feeds. To access the app, simply navigate to
http://zyxel.isecurityplus.com/login in your web browser.
From the login screen, simply enter the username and password you configured during
the camera’s initial setup (For more information, see the eaZy Setup Wizard).
The following screen will appear:
To configure your camera’s settings, click the Configure button beneath the video
display.
This page allows you to easily adjust your camera’s time zone, display and audio settings,
and infrared lighting.
Sharing options can be accessed from the Sharing tab at the top of the screen.
4.3 Direct Viewing of your Camera (For Advanced Users)
4.3.1 Accessing via PC web browser
Users can access their video feeds and camera management tools easily through any web
browser. Simply follow these steps.
1) Open any web browser (Internet Explorer, Safari, Firefox, Chrome, etc.)
2) Type in your camera’s IP address (eg. 192.168.1.11. This number can be easily
found by using the eaZy set up Wizard utility)
3) A dialogue box will appear requesting a user name and password. (Default
username and password are ‘admin’ and ‘1234’)
4) After entering a valid username and password, your browser will prompt
installation of camera software from ZyXEL Communications Corporation. Click
on the warning message, and choose to Install ActiveX
5) A confirmation dialogue box will appear. Select [Install] twice to install both
USActiveX.cab and IPCamClientActiveX.cab.
Note: ZyXEL ActiveX only supports 32-Bit browsers. If you’re running
a 64-bit Operating System, you’ll still have to run the 32-Bit version of
your browser in order to access your camera.
6) If a security alert appears, select “Unblock.”
7) You’re now ready to view and manage your camera from your web browser.
Note: If your IP camera falls behind a firewall, you will need to enable
ports 80 and 554 in your firewall and link them to the internal IP address
of the camera. Should you have more than one, increase the values
above by 1 (For example, the second camera would have ports 81 and
555.)
4.3.1.1
Page Layout
On the first page, you can see the basic control panel on the top and left, and live video
on the right hand side. Click the
icon to collapse control panels.
The following table describes the labels found on this screen.
Number Label
Left control panel
Video stream
Video mode
selection
Top control panel
Live Video pane
Channel selection
Description
provides control over video recording, voice
communication, I/O, and snapshot
Allows you to change between stream-1 and stream-2.
(Stream 2 can be enabled and configured in [Settings] >
[Video]
Allows you to change the video display between single,
multi, and auto-scan.
Allows you to adjust Brightness, speaker volume, and
microphone volume.
Live video stream. You can switch to full-screen mode
by right-clicking on the video pane and selecting
‘fullscreen.’
Select a channel from the drop-down list, or click the
arrow icon to switch to the next/previous channel.
4.3.1.2
Icons
The following table describes the icons found on this screen.
Icon
Label
Fit to browser
Description
Resizes the live video pane to fit your browser window
Actual size
Resizes the live video pane to the original size
Brightness
Adjusts the camera’s brightness.
Microphone
Volume
Setup
Adjust microphone volume. Click the icon to mute the
built-in microphone
Click the [Setup] button to access the settings for you
camera.
Speaker Volume Adjust speaker volume. Click this icon to mute the
built-in speaker
Snapshot
Click the snapshot button to take a snapshot from live
view. A preview window will pop up. Right-click and
choose ‘Save Image As…’ to save the snapshot to your
PC.
Communicate
Allows you to speak into your PC microphone and
broadcast through the camera’s speaker. See the Voice
Communication section for details.
Digital Out
Triggers the alarm and siren connected to the Digital
Out port of your camera
Record
Record live video by pressing the [Record] button. (If
your computer cannot play .mkv files, download and
install VLC media player from the internet.)
Open
Open a file browser to search and playback video files
captured by the camera
4.3.1.3
Voice Communication
Pressing the
button allows you to speak into your PC microphone and
broadcast through the camera’s speaker or audio line out. To talk through the external
speaker connected to the IP camera, place your cursor on the
click, and select [Settings] to choose input device and input source.
button, right-
With the device configured, clicking the
will allow you to speak through your
microphone and be heard from the camera for 90 seconds.
Note:
When using the voice communication feature, you may experience various
degrees of delay between transmission from the computer and playback on the
camera, depending on the condition of your network environment.
4.3.2
Accessing via iPhone/Smartphone Web Browser
Any smartphone with a built-in web browser can be used to view the live video feed in
M-JPEG format (video only). Viewing of M-JPEG video streams is supported by
Android and iPhone devices, as well as a variety of mobile internet devices like laptops
and tablets.
Supported Platforms:
 Windows – IE, Google Chrome, Safari, FireFox (Non-IE browsers require VLC
plugin)
 Linux – Firefox
 Mobile Devices – iPhone, iPod Touch, BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile
Prior to viewing your camera from a remote location over the internet, port forwarding
must be configured on the router to which the IP camera is connected. (For more
information, see the remote viewing section in the troubleshooting chapter). Then follow
these steps to view your camera using a mobile web browser:
1) Use a PC to log on to the camera, then go to [Setup] > [Video Settings], then
check the [Enable 2nd Stream (include 3GPP)] box to enable a secondary video
stream.
2) For stream-2, set the codec to “Motion JPEG.”
3) Launch the web browser on your iPhone, Android phone, or other mobile internet
device, and enter [IP address]/mjpeg.html into the address field of your phone’s
web browser to watch live video on your mobile device.
(Note: The IP required IP address is located at the bottom of the page, just above
the [Save] and [Reset] buttons.)
4.3.3
Accessing via 3GPP Mobile Phone
You can access your IP camera via 3GPP-compatible mobile phones provided your
camera has a stable internet connection, and your mobile devices has a stable connection
to the 3G network. There are also several steps which must be taken to ensure 3GPP
functionality.
1) The second video stream (located at [Setup] > [Video Settings]) must be enabled,
with resolution set to QQVGA, FPS set to 5, codec set to MPEG-4, and quality set
to medium.
2) DDNS functionality must be enabled, with a valid DDNS address.
3) An active internet connection must be available for both the IP camera and the
mobile device.
4) Port forwarding must be properly configured (as detailed in section 4.2)
Having taken the above steps, enter the camera’s RTSP streaming address into the
address field of your mobile web browser. The RTSP address will take the form of
“rtsp://ipcamera-ip/medias2”, wherein “ipcamera-ip” is the IP address located above the
[save] and [reset] buttons in [Setup] > [Video Settings].
5
Configuration
5.1 Video Settings
The Video Settings screen consists of all the basic settings options. To access the main
setup page, click on the setup button at the top right in the live view screen. You can
configure detailed settings of your IP camera here.
The following table describes the labels found on this screen.
Label
Turbo Picture
Motion Adaptive
Enable 2nd Stream
Stream-1/Stream-2
Resolution
Codec
Description
This mode provides best video quality, but frame rate
is limited to 15.
This mode provides 30FPS at a lower resolution
This enables the second stream for viewing from
mobile devices.
Resolution settings. Options are QQVGA, QVGA,
VGA, and 1080x720 (720p)
The codec used to encode video. MPEG-4 can be
viewed from external devices, while H.264 uses less
bandwidth.
Framerate
Quality
Active Bandwidth Management
Video Preference
Viewing on PC
Viewing on Phone Browser
Save
Reset
Framerate. 5~30 FPS. Higher framerate is more
bandwidth-intensive.
Video quality settings. 64kpbs~3Mbps.
Allows the IPC-3605N to intelligently change video
bitrate depending on network congestion. This avoids
video deterioration and frame dropping.
Allows you to choose between a preference toward
higher quality image or a higher framerate. Click on
the bar to set.
The IP to view your camera from a PC outside the
network.
The address to view your camera from a mobile
device.
Saves current settings
Reset to defaults.
5.2 Camera Settings
To access the Camera Settings screen, click on ‘Camera’ on the navigation bar in the
settings menu. From this page, you can control image and color related settings, as well
as the IR lights of your camera.
The following table describes the labels found on this screen.
Label
Video Properties
Brightness
Sharpness
Saturation
White Balance
Flickerless
Exposure Control
Auto
Manual
Low Light Behavior
On/Off
Maximum Exposure
Maximum Gain
LED Indicator
IR Light Control
Operation Mode
Activate/Deactive IR
light on…
Embed Text and Image
Location
Text
Enable Flip Mode
Description
Set image brightness (1~100)
Set image sharpness (1~8)
Set image saturation (1~10)
Set image’s white balance to compensate for different lighting
conditions.
Sets Flickerless mode. 50(default) or 60 Hz
Allow the camera to automatically control shutter speed.
Manually configure shutter speed (1/5s~1/1600s)
Controls your camera’s automatic behavior in low-light.
Control shutter speed in low light. (Disable~30FPS)
Controls image gain in low light. (1~8.5dB)
Turns the blue LED on the front of your camera On/Off
Allows you to set when your camera’s IR lights will turn on.
Options include Always Off, Always On, Auto, or By
Schedule.
Allows you to set days and times when the camera’s IR lights
will be active.
Embed text in the upper left, upper right, lower left, or lower
right of the video feed.
Enter the text you wish to display.
Flips the image 180 degrees vertically. Enable this feature
when the camera is mounted upside-down.
5.3 Audio Settings
The Audio Settings screen allows you to enable or disable audio, as well as adjust
volume. Stream-2 audio is only available for adjustment when it is selected and 3GPP
mode has been checked in video settings.
To access the Audio Settings screen, go to settings, then select Audio from the sidebar.
The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Label
Enable Audio
Codec
Volume
Save
Reset
Description
Select Yes or No to enable or disable
audio.
Select the codec which will be used to
encode audio.
Select volume level (1~10)
Save settings
Reset to default settings
5.4 User Settings
The User Settings pane allows you to add, modify, or remove viewers/administrators.
Viewers are only able to view live audio, and can’t change any camera settings.
Administrators may control the camera and make changes to settings.
To access the user settings pane, navigate to Settings, then select Users from the sidebar.
The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Label
Modify/Remove
Add
Allow anonymous viewer login
Description
Click here to Modify or Remove an
existing viewer
Click here to add a new viewer or
administrator
Click here to allow anonymous viewers
without requiring name and password.
These viewers are restricted to viewing live
video only.
When you add a new user, the following screen will appear to allow you to provide user
name, password, and group type.
5.5 Network Settings
The Network Settings page allows you to check your network settings and make detailed
adjustments.
To access the Network Settings pane, navigate to settings and select Network from the
sidebar. The following screen will appear.
5.5.1
Ethernet Settings
The Ethernet Settings page will allow you to choose your IP address configuration. To
access the Ethernet Settings page, navigate to Settings, then select Network, and Ethernet
from the sidebar. The following page will appear.
On this page, you can set the camera to obtain an IP address via DHCP (recommended),
use a manual IP address, or obtain an IP address via PPPoE, for which a valid user name
and password are required.
5.5.2
Wireless Settings
If you have installed the ZyXEL wireless adapter, you’ll be able to set up a wireless
connection from this page. To connect wirelessly, check the [Use Wireless First] box to
give priority to wireless connections when the LAN network is also connected. You will
also be able to choose to connect via DHCP or a static IP address and specific access
point.
To access the wireless settings, navigate to Settings, then to Network on the side panel,
then select Wireless from the dropdown menu. The following screen will appear.
5.5.3
Network Diagnostic
Here you can run the diagnostic tool for your current network settings, and it will show
error messages if any anomaly is detected. For further information on error messages,
please refer to the troubleshooting section.
5.5.4
Network Bandwidth
This automatic network connection test helps users better define the appropriate video
bitrate for their network. To perform the network bandwidth test:
1. Go to [Setup] > [Network], and click on [Network Bandwidth] located on the left
menu to start.
2. Wait for your browser to prompt the installation of a java plug-in. Click the text to
accept.
3. The camera will begin testing your connection’s speed.
4. When the diagnostic is complete, the camera will advise you as to the optimal
settings for your camera.
This message indicates that the currently connected network has the capacity to support
up to 10 network cameras of identical bit rate settings (either on Stream 1 or Stream 2). If
the message shows a less favorable result, go to [Setup] > [Video] to select a lower
bitrate.
5.5.5
Advanced
This page allows you to adjust advanced network settings. To access this pane, navigate
to [Setup] > [Network] > [Advanced]. The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels on this screen.
Label
DNS Server
NTP
Configuration
HTTP Server
RTSP Server
5.5.6
Description
Set the DNS server to be found via DHCP, or enter a manual DNS
address
NTP stands for Network Time Protocol. To synchronize your camera’s
clock with an NTP server, choose to either obtain an NTP server
address via DHCP, or use an external NTP server (default address is
pool.ntp.org)
Set the HTTP port for your IP camera to be viewed and controlled from
the internet. Valid port ranges fall between 1 and 32767 (Default port:
80). If your network setup requires port forwarding, refer to the Port
Forwarding section of this manual.
RTSP stands for Real Time Streaming Protocol. Setting a port here
allows 3GPP streaming for mobile phones. (Default port: 554)
DDNS
This page allows you to use DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Service) to tie your
camera’s current IP address to a domain name, making it easier to remember. If you
already have an account with DDNS or no-ip, you can input your domain name here for
easier access to your camera.
To access the DDNS page, navigate to [Settings] > [Network] > [DDNS]. The following
screen will appear.
5.5.7
UPnP
This page allows you to enable/disable the Universal Plug and Play feature of your IP
camera, as well as change your device’s name. If your operating system supports UPnP,
and DHCP is in use on your current network, the IPC3605 will automatically be detected
and added to My Network Places in Windows. If you want to use the IGD (Internet
Gateway Device) protocol on your camera, it can be enabled from this screen.
To access the UPnP screen, navigate to [Settings] > [Network] > [UPnP]. The following
screen will appear.
Note: To enable UPnP on Windows, go to Add or Remove Programs in
Control Panel, then click Add/Remove Windows Components, double-click
“Network Services,” and check “UPnP User Interface.”
5.5.8
RTP
If you want to broadcast video using RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol), use this page
to set up the port range, video/audio address, and port number.
To access the RTP page, navigate to [Settings] > [Network] > [RTP]. The following
screen will appear.
5.5.9
QoS
QoS (Quality of Service) helps prioritize network traffic in order to reserve bandwidth for
necessary applications. This page will allow you to customize packet priority for different
types of packet data (video/audio, event/alarm, web) by specifying values for the DSCP
(Differentiated Services Code Point) field in their IP packets. The DSCP value that
represents highest priority is 46. The default DSCP value is 0, which indicates normal
priority (no QoS).
The following is a table of recommended DSCP values. The drop precedence indicates
the order in which IP packets will be dropped when the network is congested. Packets
with a higher drop precedence will be dropped first. Each class in the table is assigned a
certain amount of bandwidth.
Drop
Precedence
High
Medium
Low
Class 1
Class 2
Class 3
Class 4
10
12
14
18
20
22
26
28
30
34
36
38
Important note: For QoS to function properly, all switches and routers in your network
must also support QoS.
5.6 Event Setup
From this page, your camera can be programmed to respond to events – such as detected
motion, or a triggered I/O device – and send a snapshot directly to your e-mail account,
ftp server, image server, notification server, HTTP server, or SMS server in order to warn
you about what’s happened.
5.6.1
Event Servers
This page provides 6 different server-types capable of receiving notification of events: Email, FTP, Image, Image, Notify, HTTP, and SMS. To set up Event Servers, navigate to
[Setup] > [Event Setup] > [Event Server Setup]. The following screen will appear.
5.6.1.1
E-Mail Server
Your camera supports standard SMTP on SSL-protected webmail platforms such as
Hotmail (Windows Live), and Gmail. To utilize this function, navigate to [Setup] >
[Event Setup] > [Event Server Setup] > [Email Event Server Setup]. The following
screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found in this screen.
Label
SMTP Server
SMTP Port
From Address
To Address
Authentication Method
User Name
Password
Subject
Save
Clear
Cancel
5.6.1.2
Description
Enter SMTP server information in this field
(ie. smtp.gmail.com)
Enter your SMTP server’s port information
Enter your full e-mail address (ie.
xxxx@xx.com)
Enter the full e-mail address you wish to
receive notifications.
Login or Plain. For most e-mail servers,
select Login.
Enter your full username (ie.
xxxx@xxx.com)
Enter your e-mail account’s password
Enter the subject line you want alert emails to have.
Save settings
Clear settings
Cancel
FTP Server
This page allows you to set up your camera to automatically upload triggered snapshots
to an FTP server. To access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Event Server Setup] > [FTP
Server]. The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Label
FTP Address
FTP Port
User Name
Password
Upload Path
Description
Enter the address of your FTP server
Enter the port of your FTP server
Enter your user name here
Enter your Password here
Enter the file path of the folder where you
want snapshots to be stored.
Save settings
Clear settings
Cancel
Save
Clear
Cancel
5.6.1.3
Image Server
This page allows you to set the file name that will be used when snapshots are taken. To
access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Event Setup] > [Event Server Setup] > [Image].
The following screen will appear.
5.6.1.4
Notify Server
This page allows you to input a message that notifies a server that an event was triggered.
This feature is meant to be integrated with video management software.
5.6.1.5
HTTP Server
The HTTP Server page allows you to set your camera to input the URL of an HTTP
server used by an NVR in order to signal your NVR that there’s an event being triggered.
To access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Event Setup] > [Event Server Setup] >
[HTTP]. The following screen will appear.
5.6.1.6
SMS Server
Your IP camera is capable of sending SMS notifications to one or more pre-defined
recipients in case an event is triggered. This feature requires no additional hardware –
users need only to have an account with a third-party web-based SMS gateway service
provider.
To access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Event Setup] > [Event Server Setup] > [SMS
Server]. The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Field
Service Provider
Description
Your SMS gateway service provider.
(Default: Clickatell)
User Name
Your user name
API ID
API ID provided by your service provider
Target country
The country code for the recipient’s phone
number
Target Cell Phone recipient’s mobile phone Cell phone number of the recipient.
number
Next
Accept settings and move to the next page
Reset
Reset settings
Clear
Cancel
Clear settings
Cancel
After you input your settings, click [Next]. The following page will appear.
This page allows you to input the message that will be sent when an event is triggered.
Enter your message, then click [Next]. The following screen will appear.
This page will allow you to test your camera’s SMS functionality. To send yourself a test
SMS, click the [Send me a SMS message via the SMS Gateway] button.
Click [Finish] to complete setup.
5.6.2
Trigger Setup
This page allows you to create, modify, or delete event triggers. To access the Trigger
Setup page, navigate to [Setup] > [Event Setup] > [Trigger Setup]. The following screen
will appear.
To create an event trigger, click the [Create] button. The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the fields in this screen.
Field
Event Trigger
Schedule
Motion Detection
Audio Detection
I/O Ports
Next
Cancel
Description
Set the trigger for this event. Triggers can
be based on schedule, I/O port activity, or
audio detection.
If you wish to schedule an event, input the
time and day on which you want events to
be triggered.
Select the area in which motion detection
will trigger an event.
Check the [Enable] box if you wish audio
detection to trigger an event
Select the I/O port you wish to trigger with
an event.
Accept settings and move to the next page
Cancel
Upon clicking [Next], users will be able to define actions to take when an event is
triggered.
Select the actions to be taken, then click [Finish] to complete trigger setup.
5.6.3
Motion Detection
Motion Detection allows you to define up to three regions that will trigger an event if
motion is detected.
Select a region, sensitivity level (S1: Lowest ~ S5: Highest) from the dropdown list, and
then click and drag on the video display to define the region. Click [Save] for settings to
take effect.
5.6.4
I/O Status
The I/O Status page displays the status of devices plugged into I/O ports.
5.6.5
Audio Detection
The Audio Detection page allows you to define the threshold at which sound will trigger
an event. The audio detection function on this IP camera works by measuring volume
levels.
Sensitivity
Low
Medium
High
Trigger Threshold
Approx 65~70dB
Approx 80~85dB
Approx 100~105dB
5.7 Recording Setup
The IPC-3605N supports storage of both snapshots and video clips to local storage. To
configure this function, navigate to [Setup] > [Recording Setup]. The following screen
will appear.
This page allows you to view your SD Card’s status, capacity, and gives you the option
of formatting the card, as well as enabling recording to an SD card in the event of
network failure.
Click [Next] to continue. The following screen will appear.
This page allows you to configure the circumstances in which recording to the SD card
will occur. Users may choose to record when motion is detected, when audio is detected,
when digital input(s) are detected, and the duration of the recording in seconds.
Users may also schedule recording, or disable recording entirely.
Click [Save] to complete recording setup.
Note:
 This camera uses a First In, First Out storage method. When the SD
card is full, the oldest files will be automatically rewritten.
 If you want to record video clips of detected motion to the SD card,
you’ll need to set a motion detection region before setting up event-based
recording.
5.8 Recording History
The Recording History page allows users to manage video clips that have been recorded
by the camera. You’ll see a playback menu as displayed below.
.The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Label
Playback
Download
Protect/UnProtect
Select All/Deselect/Delete
Description
Click to download then play the selected
clip
Click to download the selected clip to your
PC
Protected files will not be erased. Click this
button to Protect or remove protection from
selected clips
File Management
5.9 Date
This page allows you to set the current Date/Time information stored in your camera, as
well as set time zones, enable or disable daylight savings time, synchronize the clock of
your camera system with your PC, and obtain time information from an NTP server. To
access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Date]. The following page will appear.
5.10 Multi-Camera
This page allows you to add, modify, or delete additional IP cameras on your camera list.
To access this page, navigate to [Setup] > [Multi-Camera]. The following screen will
appear.
To add a camera, click [Add]. The following screen will appear.
The following table describes the labels found within this screen.
Camera
IP Address
User Name
Password
RTSP Port
HTTP Port
Save
Cancel
The # by which this camera will be
identified
Enter the camera’s IP address here
Enter the username used to access the new
camera in this field
Enter the password used to access the new
camera in this field
Enter the camera’s RTSP port (default 554)
Enter the camera’s HTTP port (default 80)
Save
Cancel
6
Event Viewer
The Event Viewer allows you to view detailed logs of events which have been triggered.
To access this page, navigate to [Setup], then select [Event Viewer] from the top panel.
Select any type of event from the sidebar (Motion, I/O, Scheduled Triggers, or Audio
Detection) to view that type’s history, or click on image links to view event-triggered
snapshots.
7
Maintenance
The Maintenance screen provides information about your IP camera, access to the history
log, and system maintenance functions.
7.1 Information
To access the Maintenance Information screen, navigate to [Setup], then select
[Maintenance] from the top panel. The following screen will appear.
7.2 Log
This page provides a system log for your camera. To access this page, navigate to
[Setup], select [Maintenance] from the top panel, and then select [Log] from the side
panel.
To clear the system log, click the [Clear Log] button.
7.3 System Maintenance
The System Maintenance page allows you to reboot your IP camera, change the User
Interface language, export/import profiles, reset to factory defaults, or update your
camera’s firmware.
7.3.1
Reboot Camera
Press the [Reboot] button to reboot your camera.
7.3.2
Profile Management
Profile Management allows users to easily set up multiple cameras. After one camera is
properly configured, users can export that camera’s configuration to a profile on their PC,
which can then be loaded onto other cameras. This feature also serves as a backup in case
settings need to be restored.
1) After the first camera has been properly configured, go to [Maintenance] >
[Profile Management], and click [Export] to download a profile to a userspecified location.
2) To load an existing profile into a camera, log into that camera’s System
Maintenance page, press [Browse], and locate the profile you wish to load. Click
[Import] to load the profile.
3) The camera will reboot, which can take approximately 60 seconds. Do not
interrupt the reboot process, as this can damage your camera permanently
Caution:
You may only import profiles among identical camera models.
7.3.3
Firmware Update
Firmware updates are available at us.zyxel.com/support. After downloading the latest
firmware for your camera, click the [Browse] button to locate the firmware file on your
hard drive, then click the [Upgrade] button to update the camera’s firmware. Once the
upgrade process begins, it must not be interrupted or you risk permanently damaging
your camera.
If some icons are out of place after reboot, press [Ctrl] + [F5] to force your browser to
refresh its cache.
Caution:
Before updating firmware, close all other browser windows and
background applications.
Note: Should you accidentally close your browser’s window during the
upgrade process, DO NOT unplug the power cable or reset the camera
immediately. Try waiting 3-5 minutes, as the camera may complete the
upgrade process on its own.
8
Troubleshooting
During the course of installation, you might encounter various issues. The following
section contains some troubleshooting procedures to help you solve these problems.
8.1 Reconfiguring Your Device
Anytime you need to re-configure your IP camera, you can simply double-click on the
eaZy Wizard icon to launch the eaZy Wizard configuration tool. During the
configuration, the eaZy Wizard will automatically scan for all of the available ZyXEL IP
surveillance products installed on your LAN network (even if they are not on the same
subnet). Scanning generally takes around 1 minute to complete, and once it completes,
you will see all available IP cameras populate the list.
8.2 Cabling Check
If your camera doesn’t appear on the device list in the eaZy Wizard, follow these steps to
check your cables:
1) Check that your IP camera has been connected to the LAN network and powered
on for more than 1 minute
2) Check to see if your computer has a successful connection to the network.
Note: You can check your router’s connection status from the maintenance
page of your router’s settings.
8.3 Resetting to Factory Defaults
If you’ve forgotten your password, or your camera’s been acting generally strange, you
can follow the steps below to reset the camera to its default settings. To reset the camera:
1) Press and hold the reset button (located on the camera’s rear panel) for
approximately 10 seconds. When successful, you should see the status indicator
light turn off.
2) After approximately 5 more seconds, the status indicator light should turn on
again. This indicates that the camera has been successfully reset to factory
defaults.
3) Reconfigure your camera using the eaZy Wizard.
Once the camera is reset, it will take approximately 1 minute to reboot. Wait for it to
finish, then load the eaZy Wizard to scan for the camera.
8.4 Trouble with Active X
After launching your browser and entering your camera’s IP address, you’ll be asked for
the username and password combination (Default is admin/admin, case sensitive.)
No User Interface in the Browser
This issue could have three possible causes.
1) ActiveX was not installed. Follow the instructions on-screen to install ActiveX, or
you won’t have access to the user interface.
Note:
ZyXEL’s ActiveX components only support 32-bit Internet Explorer. If your
computer is running a 64-bit operating system, you’ll still need to use a 32bit browser to access the camera.
2) ActiveX was installed but not enabled. Ensure that ActiveX has been properly
registered in Internet Explorer. Make sure that both USActiveX.cab and
IPCamClientActiveX.cab are registered under the Tools > Manage Add-Ons
menu in Internet Explorer.
3) Browser security settings. Ensure your browsers security settings allow the
installation of ActiveX by adding the IP address of the camera to the list of trusted
sites in Internet Explorer.
If you’ve gone through all above steps but still can’t obtain video/audio on your browser,
close all browser windows and delete the ‘IPSurveillance Embedded” folder found in
C:\Program Files. (If using 64-bit windows, look in C:\Program Files (x86)), then open
your browser, log into your IP camera, and reinstall the ActiveX client.
If your browser is returning a “213 file not found” error, try rebooting your computer.
8.5 Trouble with Remote Viewing on Browser
You can view your camera’s video streams remotely over the Internet. If you’re having
trouble viewing video remotely, refer to the section below for troubleshooting tips.
The above figure depicts a typical setup in which:
 The IP camera has a static virtual IP address of 192.168.0.1
 The WAN IP address at the IP camera site is 61.220.20.16
 The client (user) is trying to receive the video/audio stream remotely.
To successfully view live video streamed from the IP camera, you need to:
1) Ensure that the camera’s image quality setting stays within the bandwidth limit of
your local network. You can check the camera’s image quality setting in [Setup] >
[Video]. If your quality setting exceeds your bandwidth limit, you will experience
stuttering video or a blank screen.
2) Check the ports used by the camera in [Setup] > [Network] and note the HTTP
and RTSP server ports, in this case ports 80 and 554 respectively, as shown
below.
3) Enable port forwarding on your router and allow traffic on the ports the IP camera
is using. You may need to consult the manufacturer of your router for setting
details. Note: Your router may require a reboot after port forwarding is set. The
following figure details the settings required to remotely view the IP camera.
After taking the above steps, you should be able to log into your IP camera from a remote
location by entering the DDNS address or the static IP address into the navigation field of
your web browser. For example, in this case, you could enter http://61.220.20.16:80 into
the location field of Internet Explorer to access your IP camera.
Important:
 If you have multiple IP cameras installed on a network, you’ll need to change
HTTP and RTSP ports manually so each camera uses a different port. For example,
the second device in the above example would need to use ports 80 and 555, and
the second device would be accessed at http://61.220.20.16:81
 When configuring port forwarding/mapping on your router, note that the public
RTSP port must be equal to the internal RTSP port used by the IP camera. For
example, if the IP camera uses RTSP port 554 internally, then its mapped public
RTSP port should also be 554. The same does not apply to the HTTP port.
8.6 Symptoms, Causes, and Solutions
Listed below are some common problems, and their solutions.
Symptom
Problems accessing
from LAN network
using web browser
Possible Cause/Solution
The entered IP address is incorrect.
Make sure the IP address you entered matches the IP address of your camera. If you are
certain that your camera is configured with the same subnet mask as that of your PC, you
can first disconnect other cameras, then run the eaZy Wizard to scan for the camera on your
network. It will display the camera’s IP address on your network.
(Note: If you’re running Windows7/Vista, you’ll need to run the eaZy Wizard tool with
system administrator rights. Simply right-click the eaZy Wizard icon and select “run as
administrator”)
If you’re not sure whether your camer is on the same subnet as your PC, reconnect your
camera to your PC directly (configure the IP address of your PC as 192.168.0.X), and run
eaZy Wizard again to reconfigure its subnet address to match that of your PC, then
reconnect it to your router or switch and run eaZy Wizard again.
The viewing PC is not connected to the LAN network.
Check to see if your PC has a successful connection to the LAN network your camera is
installed on. You can open a command prompt window (by pressing Winkey+R, typing
“cmd,” and hitting OK), then input ‘ipconfig’ and press [Enter]. When your PC is
connected to the network, it will display information about your IP address, subnet mask,
etc.
The wireless adapter is not firmly plugged into the camera's USB socket.
Check if the wireless adapter is firmly plugged into the USB socket on camera. When
camera has established wireless connection successfully, the LED status indicator of the
wireless dongle will appear green and blue.
Problems accessing
via wireless
connection
Wireless settings are not configured properly.
Check to see if wireless settings are configured correctly. Go to the camera’s Wireless
Settings page and make sure you have inputted the right IP address, SSID and
Keyphrase.
The wireless connection is broken.
If you intend to access your camera by way of wireless connection, please check that:
1. The IP camera is connected to the correct wireless access point.
2. You have correctly set the encryption type and key for the wireless connection. If you
didn’t use a router on your network, the default IP address for the camera will be
192.168.0.128.
You can check the status of the connection by logging on to your router's maintenance
page. Consult with the manufacturer of your router for detailed instructions.
Symptom
Scanning and connecting to
wireless AP takes a long time
Successful login to the camera,
but no image is displayed
Possible Cause/Solution
Too many wireless APs nearby.
The amount of time taken to scan wireless APs depends on the number of
wireless APs around the camera. If there are too many wireless APs (30 or
more), it may take as long as 3 minutes to complete the scanning process. A
possible workaround is to turn down the video setting a notch temporarily, and
then turn it up again after you have completed configuring your wireless
connection.
For example, you can first set your video setting as QVGA, MPEG-4, 5fps,
512Kbps; Then go to network page for wireless connection setup and set the
video setting back to its original state. This could reduce scanning time
The ActiveX component is not installed.
If you are viewing the camera video on Internet Explorer, make sure you have
installed and enabled the camera's ActiveX components. Open Internet
Explorer and go to [Tools] > [Manage Add-ons] and check that you’ve got
both the “IPCamClientActiveX.cab” and “USActiveX.cab” control
components registered and enabled. Refer to the "Trouble with the ActiveX
Client" section of this manual for further help.
The VLC plugin is not installed for non-IE browsers.
If you’re viewing the camera from Firefox, Safari, or Chrome, make sure your
VLC plugin is properly installed. (Visit www.videolan.org/vlc/ to download
the codec.)
The entered hostname/WAN IP address is incorrect.
Make sure you entered the correct hostname (if you use DDNS) or the WAN
IP address of your camera in the location field of the web browser.
The LAN network is not connected to Internet.
Both the device you’re using and the camera need to have a connection to the
Internet. Check if you can browse the Internet on your LAN network. If not,
contact your network administrator for assistance.
Successful access on local
network, but trouble accessing
from the Internet.
The camera's WAN IP address has changed but yet to be updated into DNS
cache.
If you use DDNS service, the information of your camera's IP address and the
domain name the IP address is linked to are stored in the DNS cache. The
cache is used to retrieve the IP information by the DNS server which translates
entered hostname into the camera's IP address. Though the information is
updated every few minutes (determined by the value of TTL, Time to Live),
occasionally the DNS information changes (e.g. your camera acquires a new
IP address) but the old information is still stored in the cache, resulting in
connection failure.
When this happens, try waiting a few minutes for the new IP information to be
updated to the DNS server and then retry connection, or try to decrease the
TTL value. If it still doesn't work, refer to other possible causes and solutions.
The router's configuration does not allow incoming traffic to the camera.
To access your camera from the internet, you’ll need to enable port forwarding
on your router and allow incoming traffic on the HTTP and RTSP port your
camera is using (your router may require a reboot after port forwarding is set).
Refer to the "Remote Viewing via Internet Explorer" section in the user
manual for detailed information. If you don't know how to enable port
forwarding on the router, consult the manufacturer of your router for
instruction.
Symptom
Network diagnosis shows
error icon
Problem using DDNS
service
Problem using eaZy
Wizard
Possible Cause/Solution
Network connection error.
The network connection test verifies that the camera has successfully connected to
the LAN network. When the diagnosis result shows a red exclamation mark icon, it
means that the camera fails to connect to the LAN network. Check if the LAN
cable is securely connected to the Ethernet port of the camera and to your
hub/router, or check if the LAN cable is functioning normally. Also check whether
the gateway address your camera uses is identical to that of your router
Internet connection error.
The Internet connection test verifies if the camera is connected to the Internet.
When
the diagnosis result shows a red exclamation mark, it may represent a failed
connection to the LAN network. It could also be caused by inappropriate settings
on your router that makes your router unable to connect to the Internet, such as the
wrong PPPoE user name/password, or wrong WAN IP settings (when your ISP
provides you with fixed IP address). See if the PC connected to your router can
also access the Internet. If not, consult your ISP/ router manufacturer for correct
Internet setting. If your router can connect to the Internet but your camera
connected to your router cannot, check whether the IP, subnet mask and gateway is
correctly set on your camera.
HTTP/RTSP port error.
The HTTP port is used for transmitting web pages and commands over the Internet.
The RTSP port is used for sending video/audio data. These two test items will fail
whenever port forwarding is not enabled. Make sure you have enabled port
forwarding on your router and have allowed traffic on ports your IP camera is
using. Refer to the "Remote Viewing via Internet Explorer" section of this manual
for more information
The user information is incorrect.
Go to the main setup page. On the left menu, select [Network] > [DDNS], and
check if the ID and password is correct. Also check with your service provider to
see if your service account is active.
The entered address is incorrect.
Go to the main setup page and select [Network] > [DDNS] on the left menu, and
then check if the DDNS service is enabled and if you have the correct address.
Incoming traffic to the network camera is not allowed.
Please refer to the "Remote Viewing via Internet Explorer" section in the
troubleshooting chapter of this manual and look for instruction on enabling port
forwarding.
The IP camera’s IP address is repeatedly displayed as “DHCP mode” in eaZy
Wizard.
This means the camera cannot obtain an IP address from DHCP Server or the IP
address assigned to the camera is not on the same subnet as the LAN network.
Please try to set the camera’s IP address to a static one. Note that you have to set up
the DNS server for your camera (in the advanced network settings) if your camera
uses a static IP address.
Symptom
Part of the image becomes
pixilated/Image artifacts
appear
Possible Cause/Solution
Network bandwidth is insufficient.
Without sufficient bandwidth, video quality will deteriorate and image errors like
pixilation or frame-drop may occur. When you view your camera remotely from
the
Internet, your camera needs sufficient upload bandwidth to transmit video stream
and you need sufficient download bandwidth to download video stream at the
remote location.
To gain satisfactory video quality, ensure there is sufficient upload bandwidth
available to your network camera by taking the following actions:
1. Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to confirm the upload/download
speed limit of your service. If the bit rate of the video stream is set at 512Kbps
or higher but your Internet service only provides a max. of 512Kbps for upload
bandwidth, then try to lower the bit rate setting in [Setup] > [Video].
2. Run a network speed diagnostics on WebVUer to determine the bandwidth
level of the currently connected network. To do so, log in to your camera using
WebVUer and go to [Setup] > [Network] > [Network Bandwidth]. When the
speed
diagnostics is done, the WebVUer will advise you of the appropriate setting.
Consider the following actions to ensure sufficient download bandwidth at your
remote viewing location:
Gray images are seen
repeatedly
1. Contact your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to confirm the upload/download
speed limit of your service. If the bit rate of the video stream is set at 3Mbps
or higher but your Internet service only provides a max. of 2Mbps download
bandwidth, then try to lower the bit rate setting in [Setup] > [Video].
2. Upgrade to a Gigabit network switch. Regular 10/100 Mbps network switches
cannot handle multiple megapixel streams.
3. While you are viewing the network camera remotely, shutting down any other
applications that are also consuming network bandwidth in the background.
Network quality is insufficient.
Seeing lots of gray images in live view mode indicates that many data packets
which carry video data are dropped during the transmission. This might be caused
by network congestion, wireless congestion, or the limited upload/download
bandwidth of your network. To measure the upload/download capability of your
network, you can use either the “Network Bandwidth” testing tool in the network
settings page, or visit speedtest.net (http://speedtest.net/).
When using wired connection:
Test your bandwidth to determine whether this problem is the result of poor
network quality. Alternatively, try connecting your camera to your viewing
computer directly to see if there are any faulty devices on your network.
Ghost image is seen
When using wireless connection:
Besides the possible network bandwidth issue, your wireless signal strength could
also come into play. Low wireless signal strength can lead to the same problem.
You can check your wireless signal strength in the camera’s network settings page.
The wireless signal level seen in the network settings is measured in dBm. To gain
the optimal wireless connection quality, a signal level greater than -60 dBm is
recommended. When the signal level is too low, you may have to place your
wireless Access Point in a different location, use a wireless repeater, or remove
obstacles between the camera and the wireless AP.
Network quality is too low.
This is a common problem when the network’s quality is low or the video setting is
too high. Lower your camera’s video bit rate and see if the problem continues.
Symptom
A warning message
appears stating
“Your video
quality is too high
for your Internet
bandwidth.”
Cannot store
recordings on a
microSD card
Possible cause/solution
Network quality is not high enough.
This means the camera’s browser interface, WebVUer, could not receive a steady stream
of video data from your camera. The loss of video data might also be caused by network
congestion or insufficient bandwidth. Please refer to other related troubleshooting tips.
Additionally, if the CPU usage on your viewing computer is too high, the same warning
message will be showed. You can monitor the CPU usage by right clicking on your
Windows taskbar and choose “task manager”, and then click the Performance tab.
The microSD card is not inserted firmly into position.
Remove the memory card and re-insert it into the card slot. To verify if your SD card is
properly installed, go to [Setup] > [Recording Setup] > [Micro SD], and check if [SD Card
Status] and [SD Card Capacity] shows correct information. If "not detected" is shown,
remove and re-insert the card again, refresh the WebVUer, and verify again.
The microSD card is not properly formatted.
Go to main setup page, and choose [Recording Setup] from the left menu. Choose
[Micro SD] for the "Destination" field, and then press the [Format] button. If still not
functioning properly, try storing still snapshots onto the SD card. Failure in storing
snapshots often suggests a problem with the memory card.
Your microSD card is not supported by the camera.
Your IP camera may not fully support high capacity memory cards from all
manufacturers. Contact ZyXEL if you think you’ve encountered an SD card compatibility
problem.
Your SD card does not meet writing speed requirements.
You may experience minor issues in video recording when your SD card doesn’t meet
writing speed requirements. ZyXEL recommends using class 4 or above SD cards for
video recording.
A motion detection region has not been configured for recording triggered motion events.
If you want to record video clips of detected motion to an SD card, you’ll need to set at
least one motion detection region before setting up event-based recording in Recording
Setup.
Technical Support Information
In the event of problems that cannot be solved, please contact your vendor. If you cannot contact your
vendor, contact a ZyXEL office in the region in which you bought the device. Regional offices are listed at
www.zyxel.com/web/contact_us.php
ZyXEL communications Corporation – Worldwide Headquarters
www.zyxel.com
Tel. +866-2-2912-3685 | Fax +866-2-2912-3656
11F., No. 223, Sec. 3 Beixin Rd., Xindian Dist., New Taipei City 231, Taiwan (R.O.C)
9
Technical Specifications
Category
IPC-3605N
Image Sensor
Lens
Focus Range
Camera
Minimum
Illumination
Shutter Time
Video
Compression
Video
Audio
Network
Firmware
Resolution
Frame Rate
Video Streaming
Image Settings
Audio
Communication
Audio
Compression
Audio
input/output
Security
Supported
Protocols
Firmware
 Focal Length: 4.0mm
 Max Aperture Ratio: F1.5
 Fixed Iris
0.5m ~ INF
IR Mode: 0 lux with built in IR LEDs on (12 LEDs in total; effective
distance up to 10m)
Color mode: 1.0 lux
1/5 ~ 1/16000 Sec
 H.264 (Mpeg-4 Part 10)
 Motion JPEG
 MPEG-4 Part 2
160x120, 320x240, 640x480, 1280x720 (720P)
Up to 15 FPS at 1280x720 (720P)
Dual H.264, MJPEG, or MPEG-4 video streams
 Adjustable image size and quality
 ACG, AWB, AES
 Configurable brightness, saturation, and sharpness
Two-way audio with built-in MIC (S/N ration 58dB, 50-10000hz)
G.711 PCM 64Kbit/sec
MIC input / Audio out
User ID/Password protection
DDNS/PPPoE/HTTP Server/DHCP Client/NTP Client/DNS Client/FTP
Client/SMTP Client/ARP/ICMP/IPV4/UDP/TCP/IP
 Supports UPnP
 Supports online firmware update
Software
Category
NVR Station
Web Browser
Internet Explorer
(ActiveX)
Supported Devices
Mobile Phone
General
MJPEG Mode
3GPP Mode
Operating
Conditions
Power Supply
System
Requirements
IPC-3605N
Multiple channel management (32-channels)
Fast and intuitive camera setup
Search and playback recordings by event types
Scheduled and event-based management
Smart motion and audio detection
Remotely view and configure camera on Internet Explorer
Record video and capture snapshots on PC; download
recordings from microSD card
 Alarm and event management: FTP, I/O alarm, server
notification, SMS/Email alert
 PC, Laptop, Tablet, Nettop, MID with IE/ActiveX support
 Viewing in MJEPEG mode on mobile phone, iPhone/iPad,
BlackBerry, Android, Windows Mobile, PDA
Viewing of camera image via phone browsers
Viewing of camera image via 3G phones (3GPP streaming)
5°C ~40°C







DC12V/2A
 Computer with 1.7GHz processor and 512MB memory or
above
 Supported Operating Systems: Windows XP SP3, Vista
SP1, Windows7 x86/x64
Included
 Software CD (electronic manual included)
Accessories
 Quick Installation Guide
 Power Adapter
 Network Cable
 Screws for ceiling mounting
 Screw mount
Dimensions
105mm x 125.5mm x 128.6mm
*Specifications are subject to change without prior notice.
10 Open-Sourced Components
3rd Party Software
Addgroup
Adduser
Ash
AVN-IPv4LL
Busybox
Cat
Chattr
Chgrp
Chmod
Chown
ComproRTSP
Version
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
Cp
Cttyhack
Date
Dd
Delgroup
Deluser
Df
Dmesg
Echo
Egrep
Email
Ethtool
False
Fgrep
ftp
Grep
Gnuzip
Gzip
Hostname
Htpasswd
Ip
Ipaddr
Iplink
Iproute
Iptables
Iptables-multi
Iptables-restore
Iptables-save
iwconfig
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V3.1.2
V6
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V0.16
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.19
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V29
License
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL, modified from
live.2008.12.20
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
Iwlist
Iwpriv
Kill
Ln
Login
Ls
Lsattr
Mini_httpd
Mkdir
Mkdosfs
Mknod
Mktemp
More
Mount
Mountpoint
Mv
Netstat
Nice
Ping
Ping6
Ps
Pwd
Rm
Sed
Sh
Sleep
Stat
Stty
Stunnel
Su
Sync
Tar
Touch
True
Umount
Uname
Upnpc-static
Vi
Watch
Zcat
Ld-2.11.so
Ld-linux.so.3
Libc.so
Libc.so.6
V29
V29
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.19
V1.13.4
V2.11
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
GPL
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V4.36
GPL
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V20071003 GPL
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
V1.13.4
Busybox, GPLv2
GPLv3
GPLv3
V2.11
GPLv3
V2.11
GPLv3
Libc-2.11.so
Libcrypt.so
Libcrypt.so.1
Libcrypt-2.11.so
Libcrypto.so
Libcrypto.so.0.9.8
Libdl.so
Libdl.so.2
Libdl-2.11.so
Libgcc_s.so
Libgcc_s.so.1
Libip4tc.a
Libip4tc.la
Libip6tc.a
Libip6tc.la
Libiptc.a
Libiptc.la
Libiw.so.29
Libixml.so
Libixml.so.2
Libixml.so.2.0.2
Libm.so
Libm.so.6
Libm-2.11.so
Libnsl.so
Libnsl.so.1
Libnsl-2.11.so
Libnss_dns.so
Libnss_dns.so.2
Libnss_dns-2.11.so
Libnss_files.so
Libnss_files.so.2
libnss_files-2.11.so
Libpthread.so
Libpthread.so.0
Libpthread-2.11.so
Libresolv.so
Libresolv.so.2
Libresolv-2.11.so
Librt.so
Librt.so.1
Librt-2.11.so
Libsc.so
Libsc.so.1.0.2
Libsockipc.so
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V0.98m
V0.98m
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V4.4.0
V4.4.0
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V29
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V1.4.10
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPL
GPL
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
Libsockipc.so.1.2
Libssl.so
Libssl.so.0.9.8
Libstdc++.so
Libstdc++.so.6.0.11
Libthread_db.so
Libthread_db.so.1
Libthread_db-1.0.so
Libthreadutil.so
Libthreadutil.so.2
Libthreadutil.so.2.0.2
Libupnp.so
Libupnp.so.2
Libupnp.so.2.0.2
Libutil.so
Libutil.so.1
Libutil-2.11.so
Libxtables.a
Libxtables.la
Adjtimex
Arp
Blkid
Depmod
devmem
Fdisk
Freeramdisk
Fsck
Fsck.minix
Getty
Halt
Hwclock
Ifconfig
Ifdown
Ifup
Init
Insmod
Klogd
Logread
Losetup
Lsmod
makedevs
Mdev
Mkds.minix
Mkswap
Modprove
V2.11
V0.98m
V0.98m
V4.4.0
V4.4.0
V4.4.0
V2.11
V2.11
V1.4.1
V1.4.1
V1.4.1
V1.4.1
V1.4.1
V1.4.1
V2.11
V2.11
V2.11
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
GPLv3
GPL
GPL
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPL
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
GPLv3
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Pivot_root
Poweroff
Reboot
Rmmod
Route
Runlevel
Start-stop-daemon
Sulogin
Swapoff
Swapon
Switch_root
Sysctl
Syslogd
Udhcpc
Watchdog
haserl
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V1.13.4
V0.9.26
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
Busybox, GPLv2
GPL
This product contains AVN-IPv4LL, ComproRTSP, email, ethtool, ftp, htpasswd, iptables, iptables-multi,
iptables-restore, iptables-save, iwconfig, iwlist, iwpriv, mini_httpd, stunnel, upnpc-static, libcrypto.so,
libcrypto.so.0.9.8, libip4tc.a, libip4tc.la, libip6tc.la, libip6tc.a, libiptc.la, libiw.so.29, libixml.so,
libixml.so.2, libixml.so.2.0.2, libssl.so, libssl.so.0.9.8, libthreadutil.so, libthreadutil.so.2,
libthreadutil.so.2.0.2, libupnp.so, libupnp.so.2, libupnp.so.2.0.2, libxtables.a, libxtables.la, and haserl under
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