F312A User Manual
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F312A User Manual
F312A IP Camera
Firmware User Manual
- Contents CHAPTER 1. MINIMUM SYSTEM REQUIREMENT............................................................................................... 2
CHAPTER 2. USING IP CAMERA VIA WEB BROWSER ........................................................................................ 3
2.1WINDOWS WEB BROWSER....................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 MAC WEB BROWSER............................................................................................................................................... 5
CHAPTER 3. SETTING UP WIRELESS CONFIGURATION ................................................................................... 8
CHAPTER 4. USING IP CAMERA VIA MOBILE PHONE..................................................................................... 11
4.1 USING IP CAMERA VIA IPHONE ............................................................................................................................. 11
4.2 MOBILE PHONE VIEWING ..................................................................................................................................... 12
CHAPTER 5. MSN MESSENGER............................................................................................................................... 13
CHAPTER 6. CONFIGURATION OF MAIN MENU................................................................................................ 18
6.1 LIVE VIEW ............................................................................................................................................................. 19
6.2 SETTING ................................................................................................................................................................. 21
6.3 CLIENT SETTING ................................................................................................................................................... 22
6.4 IMAGE SETUP......................................................................................................................................................... 23
CHAPTER 7. SETTING-BASIC................................................................................................................................... 24
7.1 SYSTEM .................................................................................................................................................................. 25
7.2 CAMERA ................................................................................................................................................................. 30
7.3 NETWORK .............................................................................................................................................................. 36
7.4 SECURITY ............................................................................................................................................................... 50
CHAPTER 8. SETTING-ADVANCE ........................................................................................................................... 53
8.1 FTP CLIENT ........................................................................................................................................................... 54
8.2 SMTP .................................................................................................................................................................... 61
8.3 HTTP EVENT ......................................................................................................................................................... 70
8.4 SCHEDULE.............................................................................................................................................................. 75
8.5 MOTION DETECTION ............................................................................................................................................. 77
8.6 SYSTEM LOG .......................................................................................................................................................... 79
CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX ............................................................................................................................................. 80
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F312A User Manual
Firmware User Manual
Chapter 1. Minimum System Requirement
We strongly recommend your computers follow our minimum requirements in order to use this
IP-Camera normally. If computer level is lower than this, it might cause some problems.
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Requirements
CPU
Pentium 4 1600MHz (or equivalent AMD)
Graphic Card
64 MB RAM graphic cards(or equivalent on-board graphic cards)
RAM
512 MB
Operating System
Windows 98, Windows ME (Please see Note)
Windows2000, 2003, XP, Vista, Mac OS X Leopard
Web Browser
Internet Explore 6 or later
Note:
1. If you are using Windows 98 or Windows ME, please install IP Installer before using WEB UI
to ensure the system runs normally.
2. If you can't view the record video file, please install Xvid codec while installing Intelligent IP
Installer. (For Windows 98, ME or 2000 server, the codec might not work properly. You’ll need to
download Xvid codec 1.0 from the internet.
3. Please always update the latest Windows component. (.Net Framework, Windows Media Player,
Enhance ActiveX Security)
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Chapter 2. Using IP Camera via Web Browser
2.1Windows Web Browser
1. Start your web browser, and enter the IP address or host name of the IP camera in the
Location / Address field of your browser.
Note :
If you only want to view the video without setting page, enter “http://<IP>/index2.htm”
as your web URL.
2. Use the default account “admin” and default password “admin”.
Note :
The default user name “admin” and the password are set at the factory for the
administrator. You can change them in the Account Menu (Please check “Setting →
Basic → Security → Account”)
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3. The monitor image will be displayed in your browser. In the far left side of main
configuration are Setting, Client Setting, and Image Setup. For more details, you can check
Chapter 6.2、Chapter 6.3 and Chapter 6.4.
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2.2 Mac Web Browser
1. Click the Safari icon, and enter the IP address of the IP camera in the Location / Address
field of your browser.
Note :
If you only want to view the video without setting page, enter “http://<IP>/index2.htm”
as your web URL.
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2. Use the default account “admin” and default password “admin”.
Note :
The default user name “admin” and the password are set at the factory for the
administrator. You can change them in the Account Menu (Please check “Setting →
Basic → Security → Account”)
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3. The monitor image will be displayed in your browser. In the far left side of main
configuration are Setting, Client Setting, and Image Setup. For more details, you can check
Chapter 6.2、Chapter 6.3 and Chapter 6.4.
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Chapter 3. Setting up Wireless Configuration
The wireless network has to be set up by using cable network connection. After setting the
camera correctly, the wireless function can work without cable network connection. Please follow
the setting process below step by step:
1. Connect IP Camera with Ethernet connection. (Check chapter 7.3.6 for more details)
2.Go to Setting → Basic → Network → Wireless choose option “On”. You will see the
wireless setting page.
2. Go to “Setting→Basic→Network→Wireless", set the Wireless option to
3. Then click “Refresh”. All access points (AP) around you will show up.
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“ON” .
4. Select the AP you wish to connect.
5. Enter password at active transmit key if you need. If you don't know the setting of the
wireless AP, please ask your network administrator.
6. Choose the option of Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP).
7. Choose the option of Obtain DNS server address automatically.
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 Use the following IP address: Select this when the fixed IP address is set.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the device.
Subnet mask: Enter the subnet mask.
Default gateway: Enter the default gateway.
 Use the following DNS server address: Select this when you set the fixed address as the
IP address of DNS server.
Primary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server, if
necessary.
8. Connect to the IP camera with wireless IP address, then you can remove the Ethernet
connection.
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Chapter 4. Using IP Camera via Mobile Phone
4.1 Using IP Camera via iPhone
You can use Zavio Web User Interface via iPhone. Please follow the setting process below.
Then you can use Zavio web UI via iPhone.
1. Select Safari function
2. Enter IP address in your web link.
3. Type name and password.
Default value is admin / admin.
Then click Login In
4. The Zavio User Interface and live
image will show up in the middle of
screen.
Note: It will show continuous snapshots not
a real time video streaming. Therefore, the
recording feature is disabled.
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4.2 Mobile Phone Viewing
To use IP cameras via mobile phones, please make sure your RTSP is set to “On” (Default is
“On”). To change the settings of IP cameras, Please check “Settings → Basic → Camera →
General.”
1. 3G Mobile Phone Streaming Viewing
For 3G mobile phone viewing, type “ rtsp://<IP>:<PORT>/video.3gp ” into your 3G
Streaming Link. <IP> is the Public IP address of your IP camera; <PORT> is the RTSP port
of your IP camera (Default value is 554.) Example: rtsp://100.10.10.1:554/video.3gp
Note: You can also use RTSP clients (RealPlayer, VLC, QuickTime Player…etc.) to
view RTSP streaming, just type in “rtsp://<IP>:<PORT>/video.3gp” as the Player URL
2. 2.5G Mobile Phone WAP Viewing
For 2.5G mobile phone viewing, type “ <IP>/mobile.wml ” into your 2.5G WAP Browser.
<IP> is the Public IP address of your IP camera.
3. 2.5G Mobile Phone Browser Viewing
For 2.5G mobile phone viewing, type “ <IP>/mobile.htm ” into your 2.5G Web Browser.
<IP> is the Public IP address of your IP camera.
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Chapter 5. MSN Messenger
Please see the following steps to set up the Messenger function.
1. You can download MSN software freely and create a new MSN account (camera at home) to
use Microsoft Live Messenger.
2.Go to Setting→Basic→Network→Messenger , set the Messenger to “ON” . Then, login in new
account and password (Camera at home).
3. Choose “On” at the option of IP Notification. If this feature switches On, camera will send
IP notification to the users who are allowed.
4. Choose “On” at the option of Privacy. If you can choose “On” at the privacy option, you can set
an allow list.
5. Use your account to login in the Messenger software. Then, add the new MSN account (Camera
at home )
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6. The Camera at home will show up with its Public IP and Private IP if the option of IP
Notification is “On”. ( You can enter “Ping” to show up with Public IP and Private IP. )
7. Click on the small camera icon
. Then, choose “View a new contact's webcam”.
Camera at home says:
8. The IP Camera will accept your invitation; the live video will show up in the right screen after
few seconds.
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9. Click Action button and choose Start control panel to use control panel.
10. The dialog box will show up with “This application is not part if Window Live Message…….”
Tick the box of “Don’t show me this again” and click OK
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11. The IP Camera will accept your invitation to start Control Panel.
12. You can click Camera icon
to snapshot then the picture will send to you immediately.
Snapshot
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13. You can click paint palette icon
showing up with tool bar to set up image. Then, you
can use the tool bar to optimize video Brightness
After the adjustment of all setting, you can still click
original setting.
, Contrast
, Saturation
and Hue
.
to make the setting back to the
Image Setup
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Chapter 6. Configuration of Main Menu
In the far left side of main configuration are Setting, Client Setting, Image Setup. For more
details, you can check Chapter 6.2、Chapter 6.3、Chapter 6.4.
Snapshot
Full screen
Zoom in / Out
Video Play
Audio button
In your right hand side, you can use Live View in your main Browser. There are Snapshot,
Zoom and Audio and Video Play four different function. You can see more details as follow.
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6.1 Live View
A. Snapshot
You can capture a still image shot by the camera and save it in your computer.
Symbols
Meaning
a snapshot window will appear
Save
to save the picture in your computer
Close
to return to the view page
full Screen
B. Zoom in / out the image via the monitor window

Click

Pull the
to display the digital zoom in window.
to adjust the digital zoom range, and it will
be showed on the above window.

You can use the left click of your mouse to move the
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to any where on the window.
C. Video play buttons
Symbols
Meaning
Pause the current video
Play the video
Stop the current video
Record the current video
Note:
Concerning the recording storage requirement of your hard disk, please refer to
the CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX / B. Storage Requirement Table.
D. Audio buttons
Symbols
Note
Meaning
mean the speakers of your computer are
turned on to transmit the sounds from the
connected IP camera(s)
Speakers turned on
Speakers turned off
mean you can broadcast to the connected
IP camera(s) via the Ethernet using your
microphone
Microphone turned on
Microphone turned off
Volume control bar
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6.2 Setting
This function is only for the Administrator. Click this button to get into the Basic and
Advance settings menu.
Click Basic folder, there are four sub-folders including System, Camera, Network, and
Security. Fore more information, you can see Chapter 7.1、Chapter 7.2、Chapter 7.3
and Chapter 7.4.
Click Advance folder, there are four sub-folders including FTP Client, SMTP, HTTP
event, Schedule, Motion Detection, and System Log. Fore more information, you can
see Chapter 8.1、Chapter 8.2、Chapter 8.3、Chapter 8.4、Chapter 8.5 and Chapter 8.6.
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6.3 Client Setting
This function is only for the client.
Click this button to control Mode, View Size, Protocol, and Video Buffer.
6.3.1 Mode
Click the pull-down box to choose between MPEG4 and MJPEG video compression mode.
MJPEG streaming is unavailable if RTSP mode is “On.”
(Please check Setting → Basic → Camera → General)
Note:MJPEG streaming is unavailable if RTSP mode is On.
6.3.2 View Size
Select the desired display image resolution to 640X480 or 320X240.
6.3.3 Protocol
Select the transferring protocol from TCP, UDP, HTTP and Multicast.
6.3.4 Video Buffer
Turn the Video Buffer function ON / OFF. The Video Buffer function makes the streaming
more smoothly in unsteady network environment, but might cause a little delay in live
viewing.
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6.4 Image Setup
You can use the tool bar to optimize video Brightness, Contrast, Saturation and Hue.
6.4.1 Brightness
The higher value the brightness is, the brighter the image is.
6.4.2 Contrast
The contrast is a measure of a display system, defined as the ratio of white to black that the
system is capable of producing. The higher value the contrast is, the more delicate of color you
can have.
6.4.3 Saturation
The saturation of a color is determined by a combination of light intensity and how much it is
distributed across the spectrum of different wavelengths. The higher value the saturation is, the
more colorful the image will be.
5.4.4 Hue
Hue is one of the three main attributes of perceived color, affected by different wavelength of
color. With higher value of hue, color will be much more vivid.
6.4.5 Default
After the adjustment of all setting, you can still click Default to make the setting back to the
original setting.
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Chapter 7. Setting-Basic
Click the folder of Basic to display the sub folders including System, Camera, Network, and
Security.
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7.1 System
Click the folder of System to display the sub-folders including Information, Date / Time,
and Initialize.
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7.1.1 Information
The Information page provides the product factory information which includes Product
Name, Firmware Version and Web Version.
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7.1.2 Date / Time
The Date/ Time page displays all options of time setting.
 Current date / time: This displays the current date and time of this IP Camera.
 PC clock: This displays the date and time of the monitoring PC clock.
 Date / Time format: You can click the pull down box to select different time display
formats.
 Adjust: You can select one of those four adjusting modes for your IP Camera.
Keep current setting: Select this mode to keep the current date and time of this IP
Camera.
Synchronize: Select this mode to keep the date and time of this IP Camera is the same
as the monitoring PC.
Manual setting: Select this mode to adjust manually the date and time of this IP
Camera.
Synchronize with NTP: Specify the NTP server name and the Refresh Interval to
synchronize the date and time of this IP Camera with those of the time server, known
as the NTP server.
 Time Zone: You can select the Time Zone of the format from Greenwich Mean Time.
The time will display the same as the current date / time option.
Note:
The NTP server (Network Time Protocol) is the time server which is an Internet
standard protocol built on the top of TCP / IP. This assures accurate synchronization to
the millisecond of computer clock times in a network of computers.
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7.1.3 Initialize
 Reboot: Click this bottom to reboot this IP Camera. A confirmation dialogue will appear
and then click “OK” to process. It takes two minutes to reboot this IP Camera.
 Factory Default: Click this bottom to reset this IP Camera to the factory default setting.
A confirmation dialogue will appear and then click “OK” to process. The network indicator
on this IP Camera will start to blink. This IP Camera will reboot automatically after
completing adjustments to the default setting. Don't turn off this IP Camera until the device
reboots.
 Backup Setting: You can save the setting data of this IP Camera into a file. Click “Save”
and follow the instructions on the browser to save the setting data file to your specified
location.
 Restore Setting: Download the saved setting data of this IP Camera. Click “Browse” and
select saved file. Click “OK” and this IP Camera is adjusted according to the loaded data
and then restarted.
 Firmware Update: Upgrade the device software. Click “Browse” and select the file for
upgrading. A confirmation dialogue will appear. Click “OK” to start upgrading. This IP
Camera will reboot upon completion.
Note:
Use only upgrade files that are special for this IP Camera. Otherwise problems may
occur. Don't turn off the IP Camera power or disconnect the network until the
upgrading is completed.
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 Upload Language Pack: Upgrade the device language pack. Click “Browse” and select
the file for upgrading. A confirmation dialogue will appear. Click “OK” to start upgrading.
The upgrade is applied immediately. The default language is “English.”
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7.2 Camera
Click the folder of Camera to display the sub folders including General, MPEG4 and
MJPEG.
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7.2.1 General
 RTSP : Switch On / Off
Note: RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) is a protocol for use in streaming
media system which allows clients to remotely control a streaming video server.
RTSP is supports by most of the media clients such as Real Player, QuickTime
and VLC...etc.
 Image Rotate: You can mirror or flip the display screen.
 Night Mode: You can choose Auto / Off. If you choose Auto option, the camera will
adjust automatically to perform well when the environment is dark
 Lighting: You can choose the environment among 50 Hz, 60 Hz , and Outdoor.
 White Balance: You can choose the white balance to Auto, Florescent, Incandescent and
Black & White.
 IR: You can turn LEDs light On / Off and Auto. If you select Auto mode, you can adjust
threshold for LEDs Auto-On and Auto-Off respectively. In the right hand side of threshold,
if the tool bar is closer to the right, the LEDs will auto-on easily in the dark environment.
Conversely, in the left hand side of threshold, if the tool bar is more approach to the left, the
LEDs will auto-off easily in the bright environment.
 Overlay:
Text Overlay: You can see some information on the display screen which includes
Date / Time and user-defined text. Also, you can change the background color.
Privacy Mask: You can cover a specific area of the video image.
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7.2.2MPEG4
A. Computer View
 RTSP (if RTSP mode is On, please check “Setting → Basic → Camera → General ”)
RTSP Port: Specify the transmission port number of RTSP streaming. The default
value is 8554.
Viewer Authentication: If the viewer authentication is On, the users will be requested
to key-in username and password when viewing through RTSP.
 RTP (if RTSP mode is On, please check “Basic→ Camera → General“)
Unicast Streaming Video / Audio Port Range: Specify the transmission port range of
RTP streaming video. RTP will select a port randomly from the range.
Multicast Streaming (If it is ON)
Multicast Address: Specify the multicast server address.
Video / Audio Port: Specify the transmission port number of the video data. Specify
an even number from 1024 to 65534.
Time to Live: Set the maximum TTL that multicast can pass through.
 Image Size: Specify the image size when the network camera transmits. You can choose
among 640 x 480, 320 x 240, and 160 x 120.
 Frame Rate: Set the frame rate of the MPEG4 image. You can choose values from 5, 10,
15, 20, 25, and 30 fps. The unit “fps” stands for “frames per second”.
 Quality:
Auto: The quality and bitratee will be adjusted automatically according to the frame
rate.
Fixed Quality: You can select the value of quality among Medium, Good, Delicate
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and Excellent.
Fixed Bitrate: Set the bitrate of MPEG4 image transmission for a line. You can select
the values from 64, 128, 256, 384, 512, 768, 1024, 1280, 1536, and 2048 kbps.
 MPEG4 view port (if RTSP mode is Off, please check “Basic → Camera →
General”)
Unicast Streaming Video / Audio Port Number: Specify the transmission port
number of the video data. It is initially set to 8090. You can specify an even number
from 1024 to 65534. If you change the setting of Video / Audio Port Number, the
setting of Video / Audio Port Number (SSL) will change automatically.
Note:
Concerning how to select the suitable image quality for Fixed Quality or Fixed Bitrate, please
refer to the CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX / A. Frame-rate & Bitrate Table.
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B. Mobile View
 RTSP (if RTSP mode is On, please check “Setting → Basic → Camera → General”)
RTSP Port: Specify the transmission port number of RTSP streaming. The default
value is 554.
 RTP (if RTSP mode is On, please check “Setting → Basic → Camera → General”)
Unicast Streaming Video / Audio Port Range: Specify the transmission port range of
RTP streaming video. RTP will select a port randomly from the range.
Multicast Streaming (If it is On)

Multicast Address: Specify the multicast server address.

Video / Audio Port: Specify the transmission port number of the video data. It is
initially set to 10000 and 11000. Specify an even number from 1024 to 65534.

Time to Live: Set the maximum TTL that multicast can pass through.
 Image Size: The image size of Mobile View is fixed at 160 x 120.
 Frame Rate: Set the frame rate of the MPEG4 image. You can choose values from 5, 10,
15, 20 fps. The unit “fps” stands for “frames sent per second”.
 Quality:
Fixed Bitrate: Set the bitrate of MPEG4 image transmission for a line. You can select
the value from 64, 32, 16 kbps.
Note:
Concerning how to select the suitable image quality for Fixed Quality or Fixed Bitrate, please
refer to the CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX / A. Frame-rate & Bitrate Table.
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7.2.3 MJPEG
 MJPEG Viewer Port( If RTSP is off, please check “Setting → Basic → Camera →
General”):
Unicast Streaming Video / Audio Port Number: Specify the transmission port number
of the video data. It is initially set to 8070. You can specify an even number from 1024
to 65534. If you change the setting of Video / Audio Port Number, the setting of Video
/ Audio Port Number (SSL) will change automatically.
 Image Size: Specify the image size when the network camera transmits. You can choose
among 640 x 480, 320 x 240, and 160 x 120.
 Frame Rate: Set the frame rate of the MJPEG image. You can choose values from 5, 10,
15 fps. The unit “fps” stands for “frames per second”.
 Quality:
Auto: The quality will be automatically decided.
Fixed Quality: You can select the value of quality among Medium, Standard, Good,
Delicate and Excellent.
Note:
Concerning how to select the suitable image quality for Fixed Quality or Fixed Bitrate, please
refer to the CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX / A. Frame-rate & Bitrate Table.
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7.3 Network
Click the folder of Network to display the sub folders including Information, PPPoE,
DDNS, UPnP, Bonjour, IP Notification, and Messenger.
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7.3.1 Information
Display the MAC address of the device.
 Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP): If a DHCP server is installed on the
network, to select this while the IP address is assigned by the DHCP server.
 Obtain DNS server address automatically: Select this to obtain the address of DNS
server automatically.
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 Use the following IP address: Select this when the fixed IP address is set.
IP address: Enter the IP address of the device.
Subnet mask: Enter the subnet mask.
Default gateway: Enter the default gateway.
 Use the following DNS server address: Select this when you set the fixed address as the
IP address of DNS server.
Primary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server, if
necessary.
 HTTP port number: Select 80 in general situations. If you want to use a port number
other than 80, select the text box and enter a port number between 1024 and 65535.
When you have set the HTTP port number to a number other than 80 on the Network
setting page or in the Setup Program, access the device by typing the IP address of the
device on the web browser as follows: Example: when HTTP port number is set to
2000 http://192.168.1.100:2000/
Note: The IP Camera needs to be rebooted after it finishes changing the network setting
completely.
Note: If you connect the IP Camera with your computer directly, the default network domain
of camera is 192.168.1.xx
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7.3.2 PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet)
If your ISP provides Dynamic IP with authentication by username and password, type all
PPPoE information in this part. When you use the PPPoE function, you need to turn on the
DDNS or IP Notification function at same time.
 IP address: The IP address obtained at the PPPoE connecting with network.
 User ID: Enter the user ID for authentication necessary for PPPoE connections. Type it
up to 64 characters.
 Password: Enter the password for authentication necessary for PPPoE connections. Type
it up to 32 characters.
 Re-type password: Re-type the password to confirm.
 Obtain DNS server address automatically: Select this to obtain the address of DNS
server automatically.
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 Use the following DNS server address: Select this when you set the fixed address as the
IP address of DNS server.
Primary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the primary DNS server.
Secondary DNS server: Enter the IP address of the secondary DNS server.
Note :
1. PPPoE (Point-to-Point Protocol over Ethernet): PPPoE is a network protocol for
encapsulating Point-to-Point Protocol frames insider Ethernet frames. PPPoE
connection is used mainly with ADSL service where individual users connect to the
ADSL transceiver (modem) over Ethernet work. It also widely used in XDSL (digital
affiliate line such as ADSL, VDSL or SDSL)
2. The IP Camera needs to be rebooted after it finishes changing the network
completely.
3. The IP Camera with Intelligent IP Installer can’t be founded after turning on
the PPPoE and reboot.
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7.3.3 DDNS (Dynamic DNS)
DDNS is a system which allows the domain name data held in a name server to be updated
in real time. The most common use for DDNS is allowing an internet domain name to be
assigned to a computer with a varying / dynamic IP Address. This makes it possible for other
sites on the internet to establish connection to the machine without needing to track the IP
Address themselves.
 Server name: Choose the DDNS Server from the list.
 User ID: Enter the user ID for authentication necessary for DDNS connections. Type it up
to 64 characters.
 Password: Enter the password for authentication necessary for DDNS connections. Type
it up to 32 characters.
 Re-type password: Re-type the password to confirm.
 Host name: Enter the host name that is registered to the DDNS server.
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Note :
How to apply DDNS username and Host name??
You can apply DDNS username and Host name by the following steps:
1. Login http://www.dyndns.org, click the Create Account
2. Input all information and follow step by step with DynDNS
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3. Login with new account and click Account → My Hosts → Add Host Services
4. Type domain in the Hostname field and select sub-domain
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5. After type information, check your DDNS service.
6. Type your DDNS User ID, Password and Host name in Setting → Network →
DDNS. After completing setting, reboot IP Camera.
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7.3.4 UPnP (Universal Plug and Play)
If you have a Router to access to internet and the Router supports UPnP IGD function, you
need to turn on the UPnP Port Forwarding function.
 HTTP port: Enter the HTTP port number and default HTTP port is 80.
 SSL port: Enter the SSL port number and default SSL port is 443.
 MPEG4 viewer port: Enter the MPEG4 viewer port number and default MPEG4 viewer
port is 8090.
 MPEG4 viewer port (SSL): Enter the MPEG4 SSL viewer port and default is 8091.
 MJPEG viewer port: Enter the MJPEG viewer port number and default MJPEG viewer
port is 8070.
 MJPEG viewer port (SSL): Enter the MPEG4 SSL viewer port and default is 8071.
 MPEG4 RTSP port: Enter the MPEG4 RTSP port, default value is 8050 for computer
view, 8030 for mobile view.
Note :
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play): UPnP is a set of computer network protocol. It allows
devices to connect seamlessly and simplify the implementation of networks in the home
and corporate environments. The device supports UPnP which is enabled by default.
The device will be automatically detected and a new icon will be added to “My
Network Place” if it also enables on your computer. It
provides Port Forwarding for
opening a port in a router or firewall in a private network in order to let a party from
the outside world contact a inside user.
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7.3.5 Bonjour
Bonjour, also known as zero-configuration networking, enables automatic discovery of
computers, devices, and services on IP networks. Bonjour uses industry standard IP protocols
to allow devices to automatically discover each other without the need to enter IP addresses or
configure DNS servers.
 Device Name: Enter Device Name you wish.
Note: How to use Bonjour in your Windows Browser UI? Please check the link below:
http://www.apple.com/support/downloads/bonjourforwindows.html
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7.3.6 IP Notification
When network notify type is set to “ON”, you can send an e-mail notification of the completion of
the network setting.
 Notify Type: You can select the notify type among DHCP, Static IP, and PPPoE.
 SMTP Server Name: Type the SMTP server name up to 64 characters, or the IP address
of the SMTP server.
 SMTP Server Port: You can set port number from 1~65535 according to your mail
server. The default value is 25.
Security
setting: Tick SSL box if the mail server you use has security restriction.
Note:
If you use g-mail as your mail server, you should set 587 as your port number and tick
SSL box.
 Authentication: Select the authentication required when you send an email.
Off: Select if no authentication is necessary when an email is sent.
On: When authentication is necessary an e-mail is sent, there are SMPT, POP before
SMPT or both three options.
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 Authentication: Select the authentication required when you send an email.
Off: Select if no authentication is necessary when an email is sent.
On: When authentication is necessary an e-mail is sent, there are SMPT, POP before
SMPT or both three options.
 SMTP: Select if SMTP authentication is necessary when an e-mail is sent.
 POP before SMTP: Select if POP before SMTP authentication is necessary when an
e-mail is sent.
POP server name: It is necessary when the POP before SMTP is selected in
Authentication. Type the POP (receiving mail) server name up to 64 characters, or
type the IP address of the POP server. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server
which sends e-mails performs authentication using the POP user account.
User name, Password: Type the user name and Password of the user who has the
mail account. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server which sends e-mails
performs authentication.
 Recipient e-mail address: Type the recipient e-Mail address up to 64 characters. You can
specify up to three recipient E-mail addresses.
 Administrator e-mail address: Type the Administrator e-Mail address up to 64
characters. This address is used for reply mail and sending system messages from the SMTP
server.
 Subject: Type the subject/title of the e-Mail up to 64 characters. With respect to mail
which is sent according to the IP notification.
 Message: Type the text of the E-mail up to 384 characters. Default value provides
network information including IP, Port, MAC, Model, Firmware Version and Web Version.
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7.3.7 Messenger
Messenger function provide an easy-connect feature. User can easy to know what camera’s
private and public IP address is.
 Protocol: support MSN only.
 Login Account: Camera will use this account to login MSN server. This MSN account
should be applied form http://www.msn.com.
 Password: password for this msn account.
 Re-type password: re-type password to double confirm.
 Alias: This alias will display on MSN like the following which display in red frame.
 Port range: Camera will select one port from this port range for video transmission.
 IP Notification: Switch the IP notification On / Off. If this feature switches On, camera
will send IP notification to the users who are allowed.
 Privacy: Switch privacy On / Off. When privacy turns on, only those users in allowed
list can access the camera.
 User: Input to this blank to edit allow list.
 Allow list: When privacy turns on, only those users in allow list can access the camera.
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7.4 Security
Click the folder of Security to display the sub folders including Account and HTTPS.
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7.4.1 Account
The device fault account and password setting is “admin / admin”. That means everyone
who knows IP address can access the device including all configuration. It is necessary to
assign a password if the device is intended to be accessed by others.
 User name: Set a user name between 4-16 characters.
 Password: Set a password between 4-16 characters.
 Re-type Password: Re-type the password to confirm.
 Viewer Mode: Set the user mode among Admin, Operator, and Viewer. Different viewer
mode has different limits of authority.
The Admin mode has all authority of configuration.
The Operator mode can not only view the Live View but also control the PTZ (apply
in speed dome).
The Viewer mode only can view the Live View.
 Viewer Authentication: Allows any viewer direct access to Live View.
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7.4.2 HTTPS
HTTPS is a URI scheme used to indicate a secure HTTP connection. It is syntactically
identical to the http:// scheme normally used for accessing resources using HTTP. Using an
https: //URL/ with a different default TCP port (443) and an additional encryption /
authentication layer between the HTTP and TCP. You can use the IP camera through HTTPS
easily by using https:// instead of http://.
 Create & Install: Create a self-signed certificate for HTTPS to recognize.
 Installed Certificate: Display or remove the properties of the installed certificate.
 HTTPS Connection Policy: Set HTTPS connection policy for different level of users.
 To use the HTTPS encryption, please set up “Create self-signed certificate” for the first
time you use the HTTPS function, and then set up the connection policy for different users.
Note:
When enable HTTPS with RTSP on mode, the IP Camera only protect the setting such as
username and password and do not protect video and audio. When enable HTTPS with RTSP
off mode, the IP Camera will protect all setting including video and audio.
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Chapter 8. Setting-Advance
Click the folder of Advance to display the sub folders including FTP client, SMTP, HTTP
event, Schedule, Motion detection and System Log.
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8.1 FTP Client
Use this menu to set up for capturing and sending images to an FTP server. By using FTP client
function, you can send the image file which has been shot and recorded linked with the built-in
motion detection function to FTP server. FTP client setting menu is composed of two tabs,
General, Alarm sending and Periodical sending.
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8.1.1 General
Select “On” when you use FTP function. The FTP client setting page appears.
Select “Off”, when you do not wish to use the FTP client function.
Note:
The frame rate and operability on the main viewer may decrease while a file is being
transmitted by the FTP client function.
 FTP server name: Type the FTP server name to upload still images up to 64 characters,
or the IP address of the FTP server.
 User name: Type the user name for the FTP server.
 Password: Type the password for the FTP server.
 Retype password: To confirm the password, type the same characters as you typed in the
Password box.
 Passive mode: Set whether you use the passive mode of FTP server or not when
connecting to FTP server. Select On to connect to FTP server using the passive mode.
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8.1.2 Alarm sending
Set to forward the image file to the specified FTP server linked with the alarm detection by
the built-in motion detection function. Select On to send the image file to FTP server linked
with the alarm detection.
 Remote Path: Type the path to the destination in FTP server up to 64 characters.
 Image File Name: Type the file name you want to assign to the images when sending to
the FTP server. You can use up to 10 alphanumeric characters, - (hyphen) and _
(underscore) for naming.
 Suffix: Select a suffix to add to the file name
 Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the Image file name. The date/time
suffix consists of lower two-digits of year (2 digits), month (2 digits), date (2 digits),
hour (2 digits), minute (2 digits), second (2 digits), and consecutive number (2 digits),
thus 14-digit number is added to the file name.
Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits between 0000000001 and
4294967295 and two fixed digits 00 is added to the Image file name.
Sequence number clear: Click Clear and the suffix of the sequence number returns
to 1.
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 Alarm
 Motion
Detection: Click it on for using Motion Detection function as a sensor. You
can set motion detection function at the motion detection function page.
Note: You can set motion detection at motion detection page. (Please go “Setting →
Advance →Motion detection → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter
8.5.
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 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always: The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule: You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
Schedule setting in the other section.
Note: You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance
→ Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 7.4.
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8.1.3 Periodical sending
You can set to send an image file to FTP server periodically by selecting On to send the
image file to FTP server linked with setting period.
 Image file name: Type the file name of the image sent by SMTP up to 10 alphanumeric
characters, - (hyphen) and _ (under score).
 Suffix: Select a suffix to be added to the file name sent by SMTP.
None: The name of the sent file will be the Image file name.
Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the Image file name. The date & time
suffix consists of lower two-digits of year (2 digits), month (2 digits), date (2 digits),
hour (2 digits), minute (2 digits) and second (2 digits), and consecutive number (2
digits), thus 14-digit number is added to the file name.
Sequence number: A consecutive number is added to the Image file name.
Sequence number clear: Click Clear and the suffix of the sequence number returns
to 1.
 Interval: Set the periodical sending is effective interval. Min value is 1 min and Max
value is 24 hour.
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 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always: The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule: You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
Schedule setting in the other section.
Note: You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance
→ Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.4.
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8.2 SMTP
Set the SMTP menu when you want to send an image via e-mail. By using Mail (SMTP)
function, you can send a mail with attached image file which has been shot linked with the
external sensor input or with the built-in motion detection function. The image file can also
be sent periodically. E-Mail (SMTP) setting menu is composed of three tabs, General,
Alarm sending and Periodical sending.
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8.2.1 General
Select On when you use the SMTP function. The common setting options are displayed
below. Select Off, if you do not wish to use the e-Mail (SMTP) function.
Note :
The Setting of general part will be the same as the setting of IP Notification (Please check
“Setting → Basic → Network → IP Notification”)
 SMTP server name: Type the SMTP server name up to 64 characters, or the IP address
of the SMTP server.
 SMTP Server Port: You can set port number from 1~65535 according to your mail
server. The default value is 25.
Security
setting: Tick SSL box if the mail server you use has security restriction.
Note:
If you use g-mail as your mail server, you should set 587 as your port number and tick
SSL box.
 Authentication: Select the authentication required when you send an email.
Off: Select if no authentication is necessary when an email is sent.
On: When authentication is necessary an e-mail is sent, select one of the
authentication methods from the followings.
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 Authentication: Select the authentication required when you send an email.
Off: Select if no authentication is necessary when an email is sent.
On: When authentication is necessary an e-mail is sent, select one of the
authentication methods from the followings.
 SMTP: Select if SMTP authentication is necessary when an e-mail is sent.
 POP before SMTP: Select if POP before SMTP authentication is necessary when an
e-mail is sent.
Note:When you set to On, be sure to select either or both SMTP or / and POP before SMTP.
POP server
name: It is necessary when the POP before SMTP is selected in
Authentication. Type the POP (receiving mail) server name up to 64 characters, or
type the IP address of the POP server. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server
which sends e-mails performs authentication using the POP user account.
User name, Password: Type the user name and Password of the user who has the
mail account. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server which sends e-mails
performs authentication.
 Recipient e-mail address: Type the recipient e-Mail address up to 64 characters. You can
specify up to three recipient E-mail addresses.
 Administrator e-mail address: Type the Administrator e-Mail address up to 64
characters. This address is used for reply mail and sending system messages from the
SMTP server.
 Subject: Type the subject/title of the e-Mail up to 64 characters. With respect to mail
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which is sent according to the alarm detection when Alarm sending of the alarm tab is set
to On, the characters standing for the sensor type added to the subject.
 Message: Type the text of the E-mail up to 384 characters. (A line break is equivalent to 2
characters.)
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8.2.2 Alarm sending
Set to send the mail with connection to the alarm detection by the built-in motion detection
function. Select On to send the image file to SMTP server linked with the alarm detection.
 Alarm sending: Select On to set to send mail with connection to the alarm detection.
 File attachment: Set whether an image file is attached to the mail sent or not. When On
is selected, the image file made by the settings below is attached. When Off is selected,
only the message is sent.
 Image file name: Type the file name you want to assign to the image to attach a mail.
You can use up to 10 alphanumeric, - (hyphen) and _ (underscore) for naming.
 Suffix: Select a suffix to add to the file name
 Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the Image file name. The date/time
suffix consists of lower two-digits of year (2 digits), month (2 digits), date (2 digits),
hour (2 digits), minute (2 digits), second (2 digits), and consecutive number (2 digits),
thus 14-digit number is added to the file name.
Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits between 0000000001 and
4294967295 and two fixed digits 00 is added to the Image file name.
Sequence number clear: Click Clear and the suffix of the sequence number returns
to 1.
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 Alarm
 Motion
Detection: Click it on for using Motion Detection function as a sensor. You
can set motion detection function at the motion detection function page.
Note: You can set motion detection at motion detection page. (Please go “Setting →
Advance → Motion detection → Setting”) For more details, you can check
Chapter 8.5.
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 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always: The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule: You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
Schedule setting in the other section.
Note: You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance
→ Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.4.
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8.2.3 Periodical sending
You can set to send an image file by SMTP server periodically by selecting On to send the
image file by SMTP server linked with setting period.
 Image file name: Type the file name of the image sent by SMTP up to 10 alphanumeric
characters, - (hyphen) and _ (under score).
 Suffix: Select a suffix to be added to the file name sent by SMTP.
None:
Date
The name of the sent file will be the Image file name.
& time: The date & time suffix is added to the Image file name. The date & time
suffix consists of lower two-digits of year (2 digits), month (2 digits), date (2 digits),
hour (2 digits), minute (2 digits) and second (2 digits), and consecutive number (2
digits), thus 14-digit number is added to the file name.
Sequence
number: A consecutive number is added to the Image file name.
Sequence
number clear: Click Clear and the suffix of the sequence number returns
to 1.
 Interval: Set the periodical sending is effective interval. Min value is 30 min and Max
value is 24 hour.
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 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always:
The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule:
You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
schedule setting in the other section. Please check “Setting → Basic → Advance →
Schedule → Setting.”
Note: You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance
→ Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.4.
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8.3 HTTP event
Set up this menu for sending commands to an HTTP server. By using HTTP client function,
you can send the command defined by yourself, linked with the external sensor input or with
the built-in motion detection function to HTTP server. HTTP client setting menu is
composed of two tabs, General and Alarm sending.
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8.3.1 General
 HTTP event: Set up the HTTP server URL, port, User ID, Password, and Proxy Server
settings.
For example:
URL: 192.168.1.7/cgi-bin/operator/ptzset
Note: The setting of URL should be the same as CGI
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8.3.2 Alarm sending
Set to send the commands via the alarm detection, external sensor input or built-in motion
detection function. Select On to send the commands to HTTP server linked with the alarm
detection.
Alarm sending: Select On to set to send command with connection to the alarm detection.
 Alarm
Motion
detection
 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always:
The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule:
You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
schedule setting in the other section.
Note:
You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance →
Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.4.
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 Alarm
 Motion
Detection: Click it on for using Motion Detection function as a sensor. You
can set motion detection function at the motion detection function page.
Note: You can set motion detection at motion detection page. (Please go “Setting →
Advance → Motion detection → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.5.
Note: Motion Detection works only when the MPEG4 function is On.

Parameter: the parameter of CGI (defined in URL of HTTP → General) is
from your target device. For example, move=down.

Message: message will show up in the form of Message = PTZ down. If your
target device didn’t support the parameter of message, you can’t see the
message. So you can just take the message as a note. For example: PTZ
down.
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 Effective period: Set the period when the periodical sending is effective.
Always: The periodical sending is always effective.
Schedule: You can specify the period when the periodical sending is effective in the
Schedule setting in the other section.
Note: You can set schedule function at schedule page. (Please go “Setting → Advance
→ Schedule → Setting”) For more details, you can check Chapter 8.4.
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8.4 Schedule
When you click Schedule on the Advance mode menu, the Schedule setting menu appears. This
is the same menu as the setting menu which is displayed when you click Schedule to set
Effective period and Schedule in FTP client setting menu, e-Mail (SMTP) setting menu, and
HTTP event setting menu.
Example: When setting e-Mail (SMTP) (the alarm sending) in the Schedule setting menu.
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8.4.1 Setting
 Schedule Selection: Select the list box to specify the schedule you want to set.
FTP -Alarm
FTP - Periodical
e-Mail (SMTP) -Alarm
e-Mail (SMTP) -Periodical
HTTP event -Alarm
 Mon (Monday) to Sun (Sunday): The time period on the right of the checked day is the
effective period of the schedule.
 Start time, End time: Specify the Start time and the End time.
 Use the same time schedule every day: When this is checked, the Start time and End
time set to Mon (Monday) are applied to all days. In this case, the Start time and End time
of the other days than Mon (Monday) cannot be input.
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8.5 Motion Detection
There are three Motion Detection functions as sensors to set for different detecting zones. Each
one has Threshold and Sensitivity inputs which you can adjust to specific zone sequentially.
Motion Detection function can support to FTP, SMTP and HTTP for capturing and sending
images.
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8.5.1 Setting
Threshold: It means the extent which the alarm will be triggered.
 Sensitivity: It means that how often the sensor will scan the image different. The higher
sensitivity it is and the more frequently it scans.
Motion
Detection 1: Click it on for using Motion Detection 1 function as a sensor.
You can adjust and move the detecting zone by using mouse.
Motion Detection 2: Click it on for using Motion Detection 2 function as a sensor.
You can adjust and move the detecting zone by using mouse.
Motion Detection 3: Click it on for using Motion Detection 3 function as a sensor.
You can adjust and move the detecting zone by using mouse.
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8.6 System Log
The System Log function allows users to review any changes and events happened. The system
starts logging automatically after started.
8.6.1 Setting

Enable remote log: Enables user to send the log data to a specified log server.
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CHAPTER 9. APPENDIX
A. Frame-rate and Bitrate Table – Help to set IPCamera with your network
environment to access Internet.
Base on your network UPLOAD environment to choose the suitable
Image-Quality setting. For example, if the network environment is ADSL
256Kb/s(upload) / 2Mb/s(download), the most fluent Image-Quality needs to set up
under 256 Kb situation.
A.1. NTSC CCD IP Camera
A.1.1. MPEG4 @ 30fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
704*480
2000
850
450
350
250
352*240
800
250
150
110
90
176*120
200
80
60
50
40
A.1.2. MPEG4 / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
2048
2048
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1024
1024
512
512
128
128
Frame-Rate
Setting
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
80
Current Bitrate
1800
2100
1500
1700
1050
1100
520
650
1500
1600
1100
1100
530
600
1000
900
530
550
150
150
Current
Frame-Rate
25
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
A.1.3. MJPEG @ 15fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
704*480
7500
5000
3500
2000
1300
352*240
2800
1500
1000
800
500
176*120
1000
700
500
400
300
A.1.4. MJPEG / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
Quality
Setting
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Frame-Rate
Setting
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
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Current Bitrate
7500
4000
3500
1500
1300
550
2800
1200
1000
450
500
220
1000
400
500
200
300
100
Current
Frame-Rate
11
5
13
5
13
5
12
5
12
5
12
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
A.2. PAL CCD IPCamera
A.2.1. MPEG4 @ 25fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
704*576
1800
600
400
300
200
352*288
400
150
100
80
60
176*144
100
50
40
30
20
A.2.2. MPEG4 / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
2048
2048
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1024
1024
512
512
128
128
Frame-Rate
Setting
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
25
15
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Current Bitrate
2000
2100
1600
1700
1100
1200
550
650
1500
1600
1100
1100
550
600
1000
1000
550
600
150
150
Current
Frame-Rate
23
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
25
16
A.2.3. MJPEG @ 15fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
704*576
7800
4300
2500
1300
1000
352*288
1700
1000
650
450
300
176*144
650
450
350
250
180
A.2.4. MJPEG / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
704*576
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
352*288
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
176*144
Quality
Setting
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Frame-Rate
Setting
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
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Current Bitrate
7800
4000
2500
1200
1000
500
1700
900
650
330
300
160
650
300
350
150
180
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Current
Frame-Rate
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
11
5
12
5
12
5
12
5
A.3. CMOS IP Camera
A.3.1. MPEG4 @ 30fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
640*480
1000
400
300
250
250
320*240
300
150
100
70
55
160*120
90
50
30
25
20
A.3.2. MPEG4 / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
320*240
320*240
320*240
320*240
320*240
320*240
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
2048
2048
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1024
1024
512
512
128
128
Frame-Rate
Setting
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
84
Current Bitrate
1800
2200
1500
1700
1000
1000
500
600
1500
1600
1000
1000
550
600
950
750
500
50
130
140
Current
Frame-Rate
26
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
30
16
A.3.3. MJPEG @ 15fps / Kbps
Quality
Excellent
Detailed
Good
Standard
Medium
640*480
4000
2400
1600
1300
900
320*240
1500
900
650
500
350
160*120
600
400
300
240
170
A.3.4. MJPEG / Kbps, fps
Image-Size
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
640*480
320*240
320*240
320*240
320*240
320*240
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
160*120
Quality
Setting
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Excellent
Excellent
Good
Good
Medium
Medium
Frame-Rate
Setting
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
15
5
85
Current Bitrate
4000
1600
1600
650
900
360
1500
550
650
260
350
130
600
230
300
115
170
65
Current
Frame-Rate
13
5
13
5
14
5
13
5
13
5
13
5
13
5
13
5
13
5
B. Storage Requirement Table - Help to set Recording Storage System.
Please refer to the following table to find out the capability for recording into your
hard disk.
B.1. NTSC CCD IPCamera
B.1.1. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 30fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
21.1
8.4
Detailed
9.0
2.6
Good
4.7
1.6
Standard
3.7
1.2
Medium
2.6
0.9
176*120
2.1
0.8
0.6
0.5
0.4
B.1.2. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
10.5
4.2
Detailed
4.5
1.3
Good
2.3
0.8
Standard
1.8
0.6
Medium
1.3
0.5
176*120
1.1
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.2
86
B.1.3. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
2048
2048
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1024
1024
512
512
128
128
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
87
Storage
Requirement
23.0
22.1
18.5
17.9
11.1
11.6
5.5
6.9
15.8
16.9
11.6
11.6
5.6
6.3
10.5
9.5
5.6
5.8
1.6
1.6
B.1.4. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
79.1
29.5
Detailed
52.7
15.8
Good
36.9
10.5
Standard
21.1
8.4
Medium
13.7
5.3
B.1.5. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Quality Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
704*480
Excellent
15
704*480
Excellent
5
704*480
Good
15
704*480
Good
5
704*480
Medium
15
704*480
Medium
5
352*240
Excellent
15
352*240
Excellent
5
352*240
Good
15
352*240
Good
5
352*240
Medium
15
176*120
Medium
5
176*120
Excellent
15
176*120
Excellent
5
176*120
Good
15
176*120
Good
5
176*120
Medium
15
176*120
Medium
5
88
176*120
10.5
7.4
5.3
4.2
3.2
Current Bitrate
79.1
42.2
36.9
15.8
13.7
5.8
29.5
12.7
10.5
4.7
5.3
2.3
10.5
4.2
5.3
2.1
3.2
1.1
B.2. PAL CCD IPCamera
B.2.1. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 30fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
19.4
4.3
Detailed
6.5
1.6
Good
4.3
1.1
Standard
3.2
0.9
Medium
2.2
0.6
176*120
1.1
0.5
0.4
0.3
0.2
B.2.2. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
9.7
2.2
Detailed
3.2
0.8
Good
2.2
0.5
Standard
1.6
0.4
Medium
1.1
0.3
176*120
0.5
0.3
0.2
0.2
0.1
89
B.2.3. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
704*480
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
352*240
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
176*120
2048
2048
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1536
1536
1024
1024
512
512
1024
1024
512
512
128
128
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
30
15
90
Storage
Requirement
21.6
22.7
17.3
18.4
11.9
13.0
5.9
7.0
16.2
17.3
11.9
11.9
5.9
6.5
10.8
10.8
5.9
6.5
1.6
1.6
B.2.4. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
704*480
352*240
Excellent
84.2
18.4
Detailed
46.4
10.8
Good
27.0
7.0
Standard
14.0
4.9
Medium
10.8
3.2
B.2.5. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Quality Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
704*480
Excellent
15
704*480
Excellent
5
704*480
Good
15
704*480
Good
5
704*480
Medium
15
704*480
Medium
5
352*240
Excellent
15
352*240
Excellent
5
352*240
Good
15
352*240
Good
5
352*240
Medium
15
176*120
Medium
5
176*120
Excellent
15
176*120
Excellent
5
176*120
Good
15
176*120
Good
5
176*120
Medium
15
176*120
Medium
5
91
176*120
7.0
4.9
3.8
2.7
1.9
Current Bitrate
84.2
43.2
27.0
13.0
10.8
5.4
18.4
9.7
7.0
3.6
3.2
1.7
7.0
3.2
3.8
1.6
1.9
0.8
B.3. CMOS IPCamera
B.3.1. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 30fps
Quality
640*480
320*240
Excellent
10.5
3.2
Detailed
4.2
1.6
Good
3.2
1.1
Standard
2.6
0.7
Medium
2.6
0.6
160*120
0.9
0.5
0.3
0.3
0.2
B.3.2. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
640*480
320*240
Excellent
5.3
1.6
Detailed
2.1
0.8
Good
1.6
0.6
Standard
1.3
0.4
Medium
1.3
0.3
160*120
0.4
0.3
0.2
0.1
0.1
B.3.3. MPEG4 Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Bitrate Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
640*480
2048
30
640*480
2048
15
640*480
1536
30
640*480
1536
15
640*480
1024
30
640*480
1024
15
640*480
512
30
640*480
512
15
320*240
1536
30
320*240
1536
15
320*240
1024
30
320*240
1024
15
320*240
512
30
320*240
512
15
160*120
1024
30
160*120
1024
15
160*120
512
30
160*120
512
15
160*120
128
30
160*120
128
15
92
Current Bitrate
23.0
22.2
18.5
17.9
10.5
10.5
5.3
6.3
15.8
16.9
10.5
10.5
5.8
6.3
10.0
7.9
5.3
0.5
1.4
1.5
B.3.4. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day @ 15fps
Quality
640*480
320*240
Excellent
42.2
15.8
Detailed
25.3
9.5
Good
16.9
6.9
Standard
13.7
5.3
Medium
9.5
3.7
B.3.5. MJPEG Storage Requirement GB / channel / day
Image-Size
Quality Setting
Frame-Rate Setting
640*480
Excellent
15
640*480
Excellent
5
640*480
Good
15
640*480
Good
5
640*480
Medium
15
640*480
Medium
5
320*240
Excellent
15
320*240
Excellent
5
320*240
Good
15
320*240
Good
5
320*240
Medium
15
160*120
Medium
5
160*120
Excellent
15
160*120
Excellent
5
160*120
Good
15
160*120
Good
5
160*120
Medium
15
160*120
Medium
5
93
160*120
6.3
4.2
3.2
2.5
1.8
Current Bitrate
42.2
16.9
16.9
6.9
9.5
3.8
15.8
5.8
6.9
2.7
3.7
1.4
6.3
2.4
3.2
1.2
1.8
0.7
C. System Requirement & D1 Performance of 16 Channel IP Camera
Equipment Configuration
Software:
CPU:
Memory:
Ethernet:
Hard Disk:
Graphic card:
Operating System:
MainConsole Version 2.6.4 Professional
AMD Athlon 64*2 @3600+MHz
2048 MB (2 x 1024 DDR2-SDRAM )
VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter
ST3250620A (250 GB)
ATI Technologies Inc EAX1600 Series
Windows XP Professional SP2 x64
Results from Test with a Resolution of 704×480 CCD IPCamera
704x480
16 IP camera
Quality
Excellent
Frame Rate
30
CPU Load
95%
Bandwidth
15~20 Mbps
Results from Test with a Resolution of 640×480 CMOS IPCamera
640x480
16 IP camera
Quality
Excellent
Frame Rate
30
CPU Load
95%
94
Bandwidth
10~15 Mbps