Samsung SNT-1010 User`s manual

Safety instructions and precautions are designed to protect
users and prevent any property damage.
Please read and observe these instructions thoroughly before
using the SNT-1010.
SNT-1010
SNT-1010 1CH Video Server
User’s manual
AB68-00610A
Preparation
Preparation
Features
Before You Start
Various Communication Protocol Support
Monitoring Through Web Browser
Icons for the Safety Precautions
This product supports support various
communication protocols such as ARP,
HTTP and DHCP as well as TCP/IP, UDP,
SMTP for e-mail transmission and FTP
protocol.
Monitoring Through Web Browser This
product enables watching a video through
an Internet web browser so that you can
watch a video through the Internet as you
can within the local network.
Icon
Automatic Local IP Setting Function
UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) Function
This function offers an easy way of
configuring the network settings with a
minimal key input for those who are not
familiar with it.
It this product is connected with an IP
sharer supporting UPnP function, it
automatically provides port forwarding
that allows connections from the
external Internet.
Name
Before you start, please read the following
descriptions.
Description
Chapter 1 Preparation
Warning If you do not follow the instructions marked with this label, it may cause a serious physical damage.
Notice If you do not follow the instructions marked with this label, it may cause a serious physical damage or loss of property.
Icon Description
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Name
Description
This label indicates that the product may not work properly or the settings may be initialized.
Note
This label indicates tips for the use of the product or shows the page numbers that can be referred to.
Before You Start
This label indicates the settings to be set in advance of product use.
Class A Equipment (For Office Use)
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Alarm Function
Motion Detection Function
If this product is connected with a
motion sensor and the sensor detects a
motion, a recorded video clip is sent
through an FTP/E-Mail registered by the
user and a signal is sent to an alarm
output port.
If the user specifies a target area to
monitor and the motion sensor
detects a motion within that area, a
recorded video clip is sent through an
FTP/E-Mail registered by the user
and a signal is sent to an alarm output
port.
This device has been registered regarding EMI for office use only. Please the product provider and
customer keep this in mind and exchange this product for a product designed for home use if necessary.
Features/Before You Start
Notice
"Underwriters Laboratories Inc. has not tested the performance or reliability of the security or
signaling aspects of this product. UL has only tested for fire, shock and casualty hazards as outlined
in UL's Standard for Safety UL 60950-1. UL Certification does not cover the performance or reliability
of the security or signaling aspects of this product.
UL MAKES NO REPRESENTATIONS, WARRANTIES OR CERTIFICATIONS WHATSOEVER
REGARDING THE PERFORMANCE OR RELIABILITY OF ANY SECURITY OR SIGNALING
RELATED FUNCTIONS OF THIS PRODUCT."
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Preparation
Preparation
Contents
System Requirements
Recommended PC Specifications
Chapter 1 Preparation
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3
4
5
6
8
Dynamic IP Setting ................................. 37
Chapter 1 Preparation
Features ........................................................
Before You Start .........................................
Contents .......................................................
System Requirements ..............................
Safety Precautions ....................................
View of SNT-1010 .......................................
Chapter 5 Dynamic IP Setting
CPU : Pentium4/1.5GHz or higher (At least Pentium4/1.0GHz)
Chapter 6 When Using an IP Sharer
Video Memory : 128MB
Port Forwarding (Port Mapping) Setting ..... 39
Operating System : Windows XP / Windows 2000 Professional
Chapter 7 Using SNT-1010
Resolution : 1024X768 pixels or higher
Installing SNT-1010 ................................... 11
Connecting SNT-1010 .............................. 13
Connecting to SNT-1010....................... 40
Installing ActiveX .................................... 43
Using the Viewer Screen ....................... 44
Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions .... 45
RAM : 256MB or more
Web Browser : Internet Explorer 5.0 or later DirectX 8.1 or later
Chapter 3 Network Connection & Setup
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer
with the xDSL/Cable modem ..........................20
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer
with local area networking ....................................25
Connect SNT-1010 directly
to a DHCP-based xDSL/Cable modem ........30
Connect SNT-1010 directly to local area
networking ...........................................................31
Searching for SNT-1010 ...................................32
Chapter 8 Setting Up
Setting SNT-1010 .................................... 49
Basic Configuration................................ 50
System Configuration ............................ 57
Layout Configuration ............................. 62
Event Configuration ............................... 68
Network Configuration .......................... 76
Manual Network Setting...................................33
Automatic Network Setting .............................36
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- LINKSYS WRT54G
- D-LINK DI-624
Chapter 9 Appendix
Chapter 4 Static IP Setting
Compatible IP Sharers
Contents/System Requirements
Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
- NETGEAR WGT624
Resetting the System ............................. 79
Trouble-shooting .................................... 80
Specifications .......................................... 83
GPL/LGPL Software License ............... 85
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Preparation
Safety Precautions
Warning
To avoid physical damage and loss of property, please
read and follow the safety precautions given below.
If you do not follow the instructions,it may cause a serious physical damage.
If you do not follow the instructions, it may cause a serious physical damage.
There is a risk of fire, electric shock or physical injury.
Use the AC adapter
authorized by the company
only. (DC 8.4V/1A)
Using an unauthorized AC adapter
may cause fire,electric shock or
malfunction.
Do not plug multiple
power cables into a wall
outlet.
Do not bend the power
cable excessively or place
a heavy object over the
cable.
Otherwise, it may cause a fire or electronic
shock.
Do not install the product in a
place where the direct sunlight
reaches or near a heater. Install
the product in an airy place.
It the product emits smoke
or make a strange smell,
immediately disconnect
the power and contact the
customer service.
If you continue using this
product, it may cause a fire or
electronic shock.
Do not disassemble, repair
or modify the product.
If the product does not work
properly, please contact your
product provider or customer
service center.
The company shall not be held
liable for the problem caused
by user’s disassembly or
repair.
Otherwise, it may cause fire.
Notice
If you do not follow the instructions, it may cause a serious physical injury or loss of property.
Operation Related
In case of lightning or
thunder storm,
immediately disconnect
the power cable from
the wall outlet.
Otherwise, it may cause fire
or malfunction of the product.
There is a risk of damage to the product.
Avoid dropping the product or
impact on the product.
Do not move the product
while it is in operation.
There is a danger of damage to the product.
Make sure to move or reinstall
the product after turning it off.
Keep the product away
from a shaking place or
magnetic matter.
There is a risk of fire, electric shock or physical injury.
Otherwise, it may cause fire, electric shock
or physical injury.
Do not install the product in a place
where temperature is excessively
high (50°C or higher) or low (minus
10°C or lower) or a humid place.
Do not hold the power plug
with a wet hand.
Operation Related
Do not place metal matters over
SNT-1010 such as a screw driver,
coin, metal parts, etc.,or a
container filled with liquid.
There is a risk of fire, electric shock or physical injury.
Do not install the product in a
humid,dusty or sooty place.
Otherwise, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
Safety Precautions
Plug the power cable firmly
so that the power plug is not
loose.
Chapter 1 Preparation
Operation Related
Power Related
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Warning
There is a risk of damage to the
product.
Do not spray water
directly onto the product
for cleaning.
Clean the product surface
with a soft, dry cloth.
Never use chemicals or
cleansing solutions to clean the
product, because using them
may deteriorate or remove the
painting.
Otherwise, it may cause fire or
electric shock.
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Preparation
View of SNT-1010
Front View
Rear View
Chapter 1 Preparation
1 Network LED
2 Status LED ( * )
3 Power LED
3
4
5
6
7
1
8
4 IP Select Switch
5 Audio IN Port
6 Audio OUT Port
7 Video IN Port
8 Video OUT Port
* Status LED (Indicates the operational status of SNT-1010).
Green : Normal operation
Blinking Green : If the IP setting has failed in DHCP
Red : When the file upload is in process or the NTP connection has failed
Blinking Red : If SNT-1010 causes a problem or you reset the system to the factory
default, the red LED blinks 3 times.
Blinking Yellow : When SNT-1010 gets started
2 3 4
5
6
7
8
1 FACTORY RESET Button ( * ) 4 Alarm IN Port
5 Alarm OUT Port
2 TX Port
6 RS-232C Port
3 RX Port
7 Ethernet Port
8 Power Port
View of SNT-1010
1 2
* FACTORY RESET Button : This will return the settings of SNT-1010 to the factory default.
Refer to <Resetting the System> in the user guide.
To select an IP address allocation method
Slide the [IP Select Switch ] left or right to position it to <D>or <S>.
D (Dynamic IP) : Slide the switch to this position for the following cases.
- Select this when you install SNT-1010 on the IP sharer
and use the DHCP function of the sharer to
automatically obtain the IP address.
- When SNT-1010 is installed onto an xDSL
(e.g.VDSL)or Cable modem supporting DHCP.
- When the IP address is automatically allocated by
DHCP without manual allocation.
S (Static IP) : Slide the switch to this position when you directly enter an
IP address using the IP Installer.
- The factory default setting is Static IP.
- Select this if you are informed of IP address, Gateway and
Subnet Mask information.
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Installing and Connecting
View of SNT-1010 (Continued)
Installing SNT-1010
Accessories
To install on a floor or wall.
Disconnect the power cable before installing or
moving the product.
Assemble as follows for both sides of the main body.
Power Cable
AC Adapter
(DC 8.4V/1A)
CD
Owner’s Manual
(Including Warranty)
2
Fixing Metals (2)
Fixing Blocks (4)
Screws
(2 Big and 4 Small Screws)
RS-485/Alarm Port
The latest version of the software is available on Samsung Electronics web site (http://www.samsung.com).
the Fixing Block onto a side of the product and turn it in the arrow
1 Insert
direction as described in the figure.
Installing SNT-1010
1
Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
3
2 Fix the Fixing Metal onto the Fixing Block using the 2 screws (small).
Fix the Fixing Metal so that the bottom of the Fixing Metal faces the floor or wall.
3 Fix the Fixing Metal on the floor or wall using one screw (big).
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Installing and Connecting
Installing and Connecting
Installing SNT-1010 (Continued)
Connecting SNT-1010
If you connect the SNT-1010 to the Internet and
setup the network settings,you can monitor the
picture of the connected camera in real-time.
To connect to RS-485
To install onto a dedicated shelf
Assemble as follows for both sides of the main body.
Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
3
2
You can use the rear port of SNT-1010 to connect to the RS-485 device.
You can install and control over a PTZ camera that supports RS-485 communications.
You can make the connection in either Half Duplex or Full Duplex.
the Fixing Block onto a side of the product and turn it in the arrow direction
1 Insert
as described in the figure.
2 Fix the Fixing Metal onto the Fixing Block using the 2 screws (small).
Fix the Fixing Metal so that the bottom of the Fixing Metal faces forward.
3 Fix the Fixing Metal on the shelf using one screw (big).
Notice
When you install this product on a wall, check if the wall is strong enough to sustain the weight of the product.
Dropping of this product may cause an injury when it is installed on a wall. Therefore fix the product firmly when
you install this product on a wall.
This product is designed for indoor use. Install this product in a dry place so that it is not wet by rain or snow.
The baud rate available is : 600/1200/2400/4800/9600/19200/38400.
Notice
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Installing SNT-1010/Connecting SNT-1010
1
Ensure that the RS-485 device you want to use is compatible with SNT-1010.
Ensure that you connect to the RS-485 device so it fits the polarity of the port.
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Installing and Connecting
Connecting SNT-1010 (Continued)
RS-485, ALARM I/O Block Diagram
To Connect a Camera Input
the camera.
SNT-1010
the [AUDIO IN ] port of the SNT-1010
2 Connect
and the AUDIO OUT port of the camera.
If the camera provides an AUDIO OUT port.
1
2
Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
the [VIDEO IN ] port of the
1 Connect
SNT-1010 and the VIDEO OUT port of
Connecting SNT-1010
Camera
To Connect a Monitor Output
the [VIDEO OUT ] port of the
1 Connect
SNT-1010 and the VIDEO IN port of the
SNT-1010
monitor.
the [AUDIO OUT ] port of the
2 Connect
SNT-1010 and the AUDIO IN port of the
monitor.
2
1
Monitor
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Installing and Connecting
Connecting SNT-1010 (Continued)
To connect to Audio Input/Output
Audio I/O Block Diagram
Microphone
SPEAKER
the [AUDIO IN ] port of the SNT-1010 with the LINE OUT portof the amplifier that the
1 Connect
microphone is connected to.
Microphone
Pre-Amp
Pre-Amp
Connecting the SNT-1010
Network
Pre-Amp
Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
PC
Computer
LINE-OUT
SPEAKER
2 Connect the [AUDIO OUT ] port of the SNT-1010 with the LINE IN port of the speaker.
Audio Codec :G.711 PCM, µ-law 64kbps 8kHz sampling
Full duplex Audio
Audio in : Used for mono signal line input (Max.2.4 Vpp)
Notice
If you connect the microphone to the AUDIO OUT port, you can't hear a sound.
MIC IN is not enabled.
Audio out : Used for mono signal line output (Max.2.4 Vpp)
Line out impedance :600ohm
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Installing and Connecting
Connecting SNT-1010 (Continued)
Network Connection & Setup
You can set up the SNT-1010 network settings according to your network configurations.
To Connect the Power
3
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with a xDSL/Cable modem Page 20
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking Page 25
Connect SNT-1010 directly to a DHCP-based xDSL/Cable modem Page 30
Connect SNT--1010 directly to local area networking Page 31
Power Cable
AC Adapter
1
SNT-1010
Note
1 Connect the AC adapter to the Power port of the SNT-1010.
2 Connect the power cable to the AC adapter.
3 Plug the power plug into the wall outlet.
If the power is connected,the [POWER]LED is turned on.
Notice
SNT-1010 compliant IP sharers are as listed below.
- LINKSYS WRT54G
- D-LINK DI-624
- NETGEAR WGT624
Do not use other IP sharers than SNT-1010 authorized ones.Otherwise, it can cause a network error.
Depending on the performance of the PC (Viewer installed)or the network,the video transmission can be
delayed or even disconnected. For soft video transmission,you can set the bandwidth in <NETWORK>
<STREAMING SETUP> under the SNT-1010 setup menu.
LINKSYS WRT54G IP sharer is taken example for the description of the IP settings in this manual.
For more information on the third party’s IP sharer, refer to the product‘s documentation.
The IP and MAC addresses used in this manual are for illustrative purposes only.Therefore,you must refer to
the network settings of your PC and do not enter the addresses presented in this manual.
Connecting the SNT-1010/Network Connection &Setup
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Chapter 2 Installing and Connecting
SNT-1010 network connection and setup processes are given as follows.
Use AC adapter authorized by the company only. (DC 8.4V/1A)
Notice
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Network Connection & Setup
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer
with the xDSL/Cable modem
This is for a small network environment
such as homes, SOHO and ordinary shops.
[ STEP 2 ] To connect the IP sharer to a xDSL /Cable modem
SNT-1010 1
an Internet browser on the local PC
1 Launch
connected to the IP Sharer.
SNT-1010 2
IP Sharer
xDSL or
Cable Modem
xDSL or
Cable Modem
4
5
External Remote PC
the IP Sharer’s address in the
2 Enter
address bar of the browser.
ex) http://192.168.1.1 ,http://192.168.0.1 or
http://192.168.xxx.1
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
[ STEP 1 ] To configure the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP sharer
To configure the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP sharer, follow the instructions below.
Select : <Network Neighborhood>
<Properties>
<Local Area Connection>
<Properties>
<General>
<Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)>
<Properties>
<Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>
Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.1.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.0.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.0.1
ex3) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.xxx.1
Note
To check if your xDSL modem uses
PPPoE or DHCP, contact the Internet
service provider.
the IP Sharer is connected, the login
3 When
window appears and prompts you to enter
the password.
For the login IP and the password, refer to the
IP sharer’s documentation.
done, you will see the setup window
4 When
of the IP sharer. In the setup menu, select
“PPPoE” for Internet Connection Type.
For the menu location of Internet Connection
Type and PPPoE, refer to the IP sharer’s
documentation.
the <User Name> and <Password>
5 Enter
provided by your ISP (Internet Service
Provider) before you can access the
Internet.
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with the xDSL/Cable modem
For the address of the IP sharer, refer to the
product’s documentation.
Local PC
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
A. If the IP sharer is connected to an xDSL modem using PPPoE
done, click the <Save> or <Apply>
6 When
button to save the settings.
For the address of the IP sharer, refer to the product’s documentation.
Note
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Network Connection & Setup
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with the xDSL/Cable modem (Continued)
[STEP 3 ] To check if the IP sharer is connected to the xDSL /Cable modem properly
B. If the IP sharer is connected to an xDSL modem using DHCP
4
the IP Sharer’s address in the
2 Enter
address bar of the browser.
ex) http://192.168.1.1 ,http://192.168.0.1 or
http://192.168.xxx.1
For the address of the IP sharer, refer to the
product’s documentation.
the password.
For the login IP and the password, refer to the
IP sharer’s documentation.
done, you will see the setup window
4 When
of the IP sharer. In the setup menu, select
“Automatic Configuration-DHCP ” for
Internet Connection Type.
For the menu location of Internet Connection
Type and DHCP, refer to the IP sharer’s
documentation.
5
Some Internet service providers may
require additional information such as user
ID, password or host name for the
connection using DHCP. For more
information, contact your Internet service
provider.
done, click the <Save> or <Apply>
6 When
button to save the settings.
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[STEP 4 ] To connect SNT-1010 to the IP sharer
A. If using Dynamic IP mode of SNT-1010
1. Position the IP selection switch to D (Dynamic IP).
2. SNT-1010 is connected to the IP sharer using the Direct LAN
Cable (UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. When SNT-1010 starts, it automatically obtains an IP address from
the IP sharer.
5. You can check the dynamic IP address from the IP sharer by using
the IP installer on your PC.
For how to use the IP installer, refer to “Dynamic IP Setting:
Check Dynamic IP” on page 38.
B. If using Static IP mode of SNT-1010
1. Position the IP selection switch to S (Static IP).
2. SNT-1010 is connected to the IP sharer using the Direct LAN
Cable (UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. Use the IP installer on your local PC to configure the
<IP address>, <Subnet Mask>, <Gateway>and <Port>settings.
For how to use the IP installer, refer to “Static IP Setting” on
page 33.
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with the xDSL/Cable modem
the IP Sharer is connected, the login
3 When
window appears and prompts you to enter
If it is properly connected, <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask> and <Gateway> provided by your
ISP are displayed. Please remember these values because they are required so that an
external remote computer of the IP sharer connects to SNT-1010. However, note that certain
ISPs change the settings of <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>and <Gateway>on a regular basis
If the IP sharer is not properly connected, press the <Connect> button to try to reconnect or
check if the settings of the IP sharer are correct.
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
Select <Status> from the Settings menu of the IP Sharer
an Internet browser on the local PC
1 Launch
connected to the IP Sharer.
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Network Connection & Setup
To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with the xDSL/Cable modem (Continued)
Network Connection & Setup
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
This is for a large network environment such
as corporate office, building, public office
and factory.
[ STEP 5 ] To connect a local PC in the IP sharer to SNT-1010
Switch
HUB
SNT-1010 2
IP Sharer
External
Remote PC
Firewall
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
1 Run the IP Installer on your local PC and search for SNT-1010.
found, double-click the SNT-1010 to start the Internet browser and try to connect to
2 IfSNT-1010.
Alternately, launch the Internet browser manually and enter the IP address of the
SNT-1010 found in the address bar to connect to it.
ex) http://192.168.1.2
[ STEP 6 ] To connect to SNT-1010 from a remote PC
can’t use the IP Installer on a remote PC that is not connected to the IP sharer.
1 You
This is because the IP Installer does not work on the Internet.
2 You can use DDNS URL of SNT-1010 to connect to the IP sharer internal SNT-1010.
you must set the port-forwarding for the IP sharer before you can connect to the IP
3 However,
sharer internal SNT-1010 from a remote PC.
[ STEP 1 ] To configure the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP sharer
To configure the network settings of the local PC connected to an IP sharer, follow the instructions below.
Select : <Network Neighborhood>
<Properties>
<Local Area Connection>
<Properties>
<General>
<Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)>
<Properties>
<Obtain an IP address automatically> or <Use the following IP address>
Follow the instructions below if you select <Use the following IP address>:
ex1) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.1.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.1.1
ex2) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.0.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.0.1
For more information on the port-forwarding, refer to Use IP Sharer: Port Forwarding Setting
(Port Mapping).
ex3) If the address (LAN IP)of the IP sharer is 192.168.xxx.1
IP address : 192.168.1.100
Subnet Mask : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway : 192.168.xxx.1
the port forwarding is done, run the Internet browser on the remote PC and enter the
4 When
DDNS URL address or, the Internet IP address of the IP sharer in the address bar for
connecting to SNT-1010.
ex) http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
For the DDNS URL address, refer to “To check the DDNS address” on page 41.
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To Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with the xDSL/Cable modem/Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
IP Sharer External PC
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
SNT-1010 1
For the address of the IP sharer, refer to the product’s documentation.
Note
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Network Connection & Setup
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
(Continued)
[ STEP 2 ] To configure the network settings of the IP Sharer
4
5
2
Enter the IP Sharer’s address in the
address bar of the browser.
ex) http://192.168.1.1 ,http://192.168.0.1 or
http://192.168.xxx.1
For the address of the IP sharer, refer to the
product’s documentation.
the password.
For the login IP and the password, refer to the
IP sharer’s documentation.
done, you will see the setup window
4 When
of the IP sharer. In the setup menu, select
“Static IP” for Internet Connection Type.
For the menu location of Internet Connection
Type, refer to the IP sharer’s documentation.
1. Position the IP selection switch to D (Dynamic IP).
2. SNT-1010 is connected to the IP sharer using the Direct LAN
Cable (UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. When SNT-1010 starts, it automatically obtains an IP address from
the IP sharer.
5. You can check the dynamic IP address from the IP sharer by using
the IP installer on your PC.
For how to use the IP installer, refer to “Dynamic IP Setting:
Check Dynamic IP” on page 38.
B. If using Static IP mode of SNT-1010
1. Position the IP selection switch to S (Static IP).
2. SNT-1010 is connected to the IP sharer using the Direct LAN
Cable (UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. Use the IP installer on your local PC to configure the
<IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>,
5 Enter
<Gateway> and <DNS> to connect to the
Internet.
For the value for each of the fields, contact your
network administrator.
<IP address>, <Subnet Mask>, <Gateway>and <Port>settings.
For how to use the IP installer, refer to “Static IP Setting” on
page 33.
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
the IP Sharer is connected, the login
3 When
window appears and prompts you to enter
A. If using Dynamic IP mode of SNT-1010
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
an Internet browser on the local PC
1 Launch
connected to the IP Sharer.
[ STEP 3 ] To connect SNT-1010 to the IP sharer
done, click the <Save> or <Apply>
6 When
button to save the settings.
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Network Connection & Setup
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
(Continued)
[ STEP 4 ] To connect a local PC in the IP sharer to SNT-1010
[ STEP 5 ] To connect to SNT-1010 from an IP sharer external PC
different.
this case, you can use the DDNS URL of SNT-1010 or the Internet IP address of the IP
2 Insharer
to connect to the IP sharer internal SNT-1010.
you must set the port-forwarding for the IP sharer before you can connect to the IP
3 However,
sharer internal SNT-1010 from a remote PC.
1 Run the IP Installer on your local PC and search for SNT-1010.
the port forwarding is done, run the Internet browser on the IP Sharer External PC and
4 When
enter the DDNS URL address or, the Internet IP address of the IP sharer in the address bar
for connecting to SNT-1010.
ex) http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
found, double-click the SNT-1010 to start the Internet browser and try to connect to
2 IfSNT-1010.
Alternately, launch the Internet browser manually and enter the IP address of the
For the DDNS URL address, refer to “To check the DDNS address” on page 41.
SNT-1010 found in the address bar to connect to it.
ex) http://192.168.1.2
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A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to SNT-1010 installed
in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set. In this case, to resolve the problem,
contact your network administrator.
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking
For more information on the port-forwarding, refer to Use IP Sharer: Port Forwarding Setting
(Port Mapping).
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
IP sharer external PC can’t use the IP Installer to search for an IP sharer internal
1 An
SNT-1010 This is because the IP Installer does not work in a network where the gateway is
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Network Connection & Setup
Network Connection & Setup
is enabled for a modem
Connect SNT-1010 directly to a DHCP-based xDSL/ This
using DHCP.
Cable modem
Connect SNT-1010 directly to local area networking
xDSL or
Cable Modem
SNT-1010
Switch
HUB
External Remote PC
SNT-1010 2
External Remote PC
Firewall
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
Local PC
DDNS Server
(Data Center, KOREA)
1. Position the IP selection switch to D (Dynamic IP).
2. Connect SNT-1010 to the modem using the Direct LAN Cable
(UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. When SNT-1010 starts, it automatically obtains an IP address from
the modem.
5. As the IP Installer does not work in the Internet, you can’t use the
IP Installer for this purpose.
1. Position the IP selection switch to S (Static IP).
2. SNT-1010 is connected to the switching hub using the Direct LAN Cable (UTP cable).
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. Use the IP installer on your local PC to configure the <IP address>, <Subnet Mask>, <Gateway>and <Port>
settings.
For the value for each of the fields, contact your network administrator.
For how to use the IP installer, refer to “Static IP Setting” on page 33.
[ STEP 2 ] To connect to SNT-1010 from a local PC in the LAN
[ STEP 2 ] To connect to SNT-1010 from a remote PC
1 Launch an Internet browser on the remote PC.
the DDNS URL address in the address bar of the browser for connecting to SNT-1010.
2 Enter
ex) http://mfffe42.websamsung.net
1 Launch an Internet browser on the local PC.
2 Enter the IP address of SNT-1010 in the address bar of the browser.
For the DDNS URL address, refer to “To check the DDNS address” on page 41.
Note
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To check if your xDSL / Cable modem uses DHCP, contact your Internet Service Provider.
Note
A remote PC in an external Internet out of the LAN network may not be able to connect to SNT-1010 installed
in the intranet if the port-forwarding is not properly set or a firewall is set. In this case, to resolve the problem,
contact your network administrator.
Connect SNT-1010 to an IP sharer with local area networking /Connect SNT-1010 directly to local area networking
[ STEP 1 ] To connect SNT-1010 to local area networking
[ STEP 1 ] To connect SNT-1010 to a xDSL/Cable modem
Chapter 3 Network Connection &Setup
SNT-1010 1
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Network Connection & Setup
Static IP Setting
Searching for SNT-1010 (Continued)
Manual Network Setting
IP Installer screen layout
2
3
4
5
Run the <IP Installer.exe> program and display the found SNT-1010 list on the screen.
For the initial run,the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are all disabled.
6
1
2
Confirm the MAC Address of the SNT-1010 on its rear panel.
The [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are activated.
2 Click the [Manual Set] button.
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8
9
The Manual Set window appears.
The <IP Address>, <Subnet Mask>, <Gateway> and
<HTTP Port> values of the SNT-1010 are displayed in
their default values.
The password is set to 4321 by factory default.
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1 <Device Name> : Model name of SNT-1010.
2 <Mode> : Shows the current selection among from <Static>and <Dynamic>.
3 Set up the IP related settings in the <ADDRESS>field.
3 <Mac Address> : The Mac address of the network interface of SNT-1010 that is printed on the rear panel.
<MAC Address> : The MAC Address printed on the
SNT-1010 rear penal is automatically displayed.
No additional setting is required.
4 <IP Address> : The IP address of SNT-1010.(Default setting is '192.168.1.200'.)
5 <UPnP Status> : The SNT-1010 on which the automatic port mapping (port forwarding) is done using UPNP
<If using an IP sharer>
is marked with <Success>.
6 <URL> : This is an DDNS URL address that can be used to connect from an external Internet.
However, if the DDNS fails to register with your PC, it will be displayed as an IP address of
SNT-1010.
7 [Search ] Button : Searches for SNT-1010 connected to the current network.
8 [Auto Set ] Button : Sets up the SNT-1010 network settings automatically using the <IP Installer>.
9 [Manual Set ] Button : Allows the user to set up the SNT-1010 network settings manually.
10 [Exit ] Button : Exits the IP Installer program.
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Manual Network Setting
1 Select an SNT-1010 you want from the SNT-1010 list.
3
Chapter 4 Static IP Setting
1
Before You Start!
3
<IP Address> : Set it according to the private IP
address range provided by the IP Sharer.
ex) 192.168.1.2~255, 192.168.0.2~255,or
192.168.XXX.2~255
<Subnet Mask> : The IP Sharer’s <Subnet
Mask>becomes SNT- 1010’s <Subnet Mask>value.
<Gateway> : The IP Sharer’s <LAN IP
Address>becomes SNT-1010’s <Gateway>value.
<If not using an IP sharer>
For the <IP Address>, <Gateway> and <Subnet Mask>
settings, contact your network administrator.
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Static IP Setting
Manual Network Setting (Continued)
4
Note
5
If more than one SNT-1010 are connected to an IP Sharer
set the IP and port Settings for SNT-1010’s differently.
Example)
Items
IP Related Items
Note
2st SNT-1010
IP Address
192.168.1.200
192.168.1.201
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
255.255.255.0
Gateway
192.168.1.1
192.168.1.1
HTTP Port
80
10000
Device Port
60001
10001
TCP Port
60002
10002
UDP Port
60003
10003
Upload Port
60004
10004
Multicast Port
60005
10005
PORT Related Items
is installed on an IP sharer, you can
5 IfuseSNT-1010
the UPNP Port Mapping function.
<PORT Mapping> : If SNT-1010 is installed on an IP
sharer supporting “UPNP Automatic Portmapping (Port
Forwarding)”, the SNT-1010 automatically performs the
port mapping using UPNP when the “Port Mapping”
option is selected.
1st SNT-1010
Manual Network Setting
You can’t change the port numbers of
Device, TCP, UDP, Upload and Multicast,
which are automatically changed according
to the increase/decrease of the port number
of HTTP.
<HTTP Port> : A HTTP port used to connect to
SNT-1010 using the Internet browser. The default value
is 80. The HPPT port value can be changed by using
the up/down button to the right. The HTTP port number
starts with 80 and increases/decreases to 10000,
10006, 10012…
<Device Port> : A port used to control video
transmission. The default value is 60001(TCP).
<TCP Port> : A port used to transfer video using TCP
protocol.The default value is 60002(TCP).
<UDP Port> : A port used to transfer video using UDP
protocol.The default value is 60003(UDP).
<Upload Port> : A port used to upgrade software.
The default value is 60004(TCP).
<Multicast Port> : Shows UDP port set for video
transmission using UDP Multicast.
The default value is 60005(UDP).
Chapter 4 Static IP Setting
6
7
4 In the <PORT>fields,set up port numbers.
If <HTTP Port>is not set to 80,the user must specify the port number as well as the IP address in the Address
input box of an Internet browser to connect to SNT-1010.
Example) http://IP Address : HTTP Port e.g.http://192.168.1.201: 81
6 Enter your password.
The default password is 4321.
The password is the SNT-1010 login password of the
root user.
7 Click the [OK] button.
The manual network setting is finished.
SNT-1010 is set to the manually entered
8 The
IP and is restarted.
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Static IP Setting
Dynamic IP Setting
Automatic Network Setting
Before You Start!
Run the <IP Installer.exe>program and display the found SNT-1010 list on the screen.
In the initial run, the [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are all disabled.
Dynamic IP Setting
Examples of using Dynamic IP
- If sNT-1010 is connected directly to a xDSL/Cable modem using DHCP
- If an IP is allocated by the internal DHCP server in local area networking
2
To set SNT-1010 to Dynamic IP mode
Confirm the MAC Address of the SNT-1010 on its rear panel.
The [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] button are activated.
2 Click the [Auto Set] button.
3
4
The Auto Set window appears.
The automatically found <IP Address>,
<Subnet Mask>and <Gate Way> are displayed.
is installed on an IP sharer,
3 IfyouSNT-1010
can use the UPNP Port Mapping
function.
1. Position the IP selection switch to D (Dynamic IP).
2. Connect SNT-1010 to the IP sharer or modem using the Direct LAN
Cable (UTP cable).
SNT-1010 does not come with the Direct LAN cable.
You have to purchase it separately.
Dynamic IP Setting
1 Select an SNT-1010 you want from the SNT-1010 list.
Chapter 5 Dynamic IP Setting
- If SNT-1010 is installed on an IP sharer and obtains an IP using DHCP
1
3. Connect SNT-1010 to the power source.
4. When SNT-1010 starts, it automatically obtains an IP address from
the IP sharer or modem.
5. If you use an IP sharer, you can check the dynamic IP address from
the IP sharer by using the IP installer on your PC.
4 Enter your password.
The password is the SNT-1010 login password of
the root user.
The default password is 4321.
5 Click the [OK] button.
The automatic network setting is finished.
automatically restarts when the
6 SNT-1010
network setting is complete.
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Dynamic IP Setting
When Using an IP Sharer
Dynamic IP Setting (Continued)
Port Forwarding (Port Mapping) Setting
With SNT-1010 installed on an IP sharer, you must
set the port forwarding for the IP sharer before an IP
sharer external remote PC can connect to the IP
sharer internal SNT-1010.
Dynamic IP Check
Manual Port Forwarding
1
<Applications &Gaming> <Port
1 Click
Range Forward> from the Settings menu
of the IP Sharer.
2
For the menu location and the setting of Port
Forwarding, refer to the IP sharer’s documentation.
3
Select the SNT-1010 in the list and click the “Manual Set” button to check the
SNT-1010 for the current dynamic IP.
Each of the port numbers for the IP Sharer must be
according to those presented in <BASIC
CONFIGURATION>
<IP>of the SETUP screen
of SNT-1010.
the setting is complete, click the
3 If[Save
Settings] button.
The changes are saved.
Automatic Port Forwarding using UPNP
Port Forwarding (Port Mapping) Setting
When you run the IP Installer on your local PC, the SNT-1010 with a dynamic IP
allocated is listed.
the <TCP> and <UDP Port> for each
2 Select
SNT-1010 connected to the IP Sharer.
Chapter 6 When Using an IP Sharer
1
In this case, the ADDRESS field is automatically filled and you can’t change it.
However, you can still change the port and UPNP settings.
You can use the UPNP Port Mapping function of the IP installer to automatically set
the port forwarding for the IP sharer. However, this is enabled only if the IP sharer
supports the UPNP function.
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Using SNT-1010
Connecting to SNT-1010 (Continued)
To connect to SNT-1010
General
Run an Internet browser.
Enter the IP address for SNT-1010 in the Address input box.
Example) IP Address : 192.168.1.200
http://192.168.1.200
- The Login screen appears.
A DDNS address consists of <One among from lower-case alphabet characters of e,m and p>
+<Last 6 digits of the MAC address>+<websamsung.net>.
The lower-case alphabet letter is represented as <e>if the first 6 digits of the MAC address is
<00:00:f0>, <m> if <00:16:6c>, and <p> if <00:68:36>.
Example) - If the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 00 : f0 : ff : fe : 42 :
e + fffe42 + websamsung.net = efffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 16 : 6c : ff : fe : 42 :
m + fffe42 + websamsung.net = mfffe42.websamsung.net
- If the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 68 : 36 : ff : fe : 42 :
p + fffe42 + websamsung.net = pfffe42.websamsung.net
If the HTTP port number is not 80
http://192.168.1.200:8080
- The Login screen appears.
Notice
Connection using URL
Run an Internet browser.
Enter the DDNS URL for SNT-1010 in the Address input box.
Example) URL Address : http://mff00a0.websamsung.net
- The Login screen appears.
The IP and MAC addresses are used in this manual for illustrative purposes only.Therefore,you must not enter
the addresses presented in this manual when you setting your equipment.
To connect to SNT-1010 using the IP Installer program
Connecting to SNT-1010
Run an Internet browser.
Enter the IP address and the HTTP port number for
SNT-1010 in the Address input box.
Example) IP Address : 192.168.1.200:Port Number(8080)
Chapter 7 Using SNT-1010
1
To check the DDNS address
Double-click an SNT-1010 you want
from the search result screen.
The Login screen appears.
If the ActiveX window appears, install it
referring to page 43.
Connection using URL (If the HTTP port number is not 80)
Run an Internet browser.
Enter the DDNS URL and the HTTP port number for
SNT-1010 in the Address input box.
Example)
URL Address : http://mff00a0.websamsung.net:Port Number(8080)
http://mff00a0.websamsung.net:8080
- The Login screen appears.
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Using SNT-1010
Using SNT-1010
Connecting to SNT-1010 (Continued)
Installing ActiveX
To login
If you connect the SNT-101 to the Internet and configure the network
settings, you can monitor the picture of the connected camera in real-time.
For Windows 2000/Windows XP
If the Security Warning window appears,
click the Yes button.
1 Type root in the <User ID>input box.
1
2
3
2 Type 4321 in the <Password> input box.
If you have changed the old password, type the new
password here.
When the login is complete, the SNT-1010 Viewer
screen appears.
Note
Note
For the security purposes, make sure to change the password by clicking <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<USER> in the SETUP screen. The administrator ID, root is fixed and cannot be changed.
If you select the <Save ID> check box, the user ID is saved and will be entered automatically in the following logins.
Notice
If you have not installed DirectX 8.1 or later on your Windows 2000-based PC and try to log in, you may not
see any video image on the screen.
You are required to install DirectX 8.1 or later on your Windows-based PC.
You can download DirectX for free at http://www.microsoft.com/download
If you have not installed DirectX 8.1 or later on your Windows 2000-based PC and try to log in, you may not
see any video image on the screen.
For Windows XP Service Pack 2
Connecting to SNT-1010/Installing ActiveX
3 Click the [Log In] button.
Chapter 7 Using SNT-1010
For the first login, the user ID is root and password is 4321.
the following screen appears, click the
1 IfInstall
button.
2 Click the <Install ActiveX Control>.
the Security Warning window appears,
3 Ifclick
the [Install] button.
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Using SNT-1010
Using SNT-1010
Using the Viewer Screen
If you connect to an SNT-1010, the following
Viewer screen appears.
Main Screen Layout
Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions
Button
Function and Description
2 3 4
Moves to the SETUP screen.
5
You can view information, version, manufacturer, etc.
6
7
8
A logo image set in the <LAYOUT>
9
<SCREEN LOOK> of the SETUP screen appears here.
If a logo link is set, you can open the linked site by clicking it.
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The default logo is Samsung Electronics logo.
Shows the current video codec information among from <MJPEG> and <MPEG4>.
SNT-1010 provides Dual Codec function so that it can apply 2 codecs to a video source
simultaneously and transmit it.
You can change the setting in the <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<VIDEO> of the SETUP
screen. Page 50
If you check the <De-Interlace> option,you can enjoy a clearer image on the screen.
If you deselect <De-Interace>,the still image can be a bit clearer but the moving image may
be cracked or overlapped on the border of an object.
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You can select a screen size from the <
17
1819 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29
1 Version Information:The
version number of the installed
Viewer ActiveX Control.
2 VIEWER Tab
3 SETUP Tab
4 ABOUT Tab
5 Logo
6 Video Format
7 Video Source
8 De-Interlace
9 Screen Size & Partition Buttons
[
][
][
][
] Buttons
[SINGLE] [QUAD] Buttons
10
11
12
13
14
15
SNT-1010 List
Continuous View Button
Sequential View Button
CAPTURE Button
RECORD Button
Play Control Buttons [OPEN]
[PLAY] [PAUSE] [STOP]
Buttons
16 Audio Buttons [LISTEN]
[SPEAK] [VOL
] Button
17 Banner Image
18 Direction Buttons
19 ENTER Button
The viewer screen will appear according to the video size set in the <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Note
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<
<
<
<
<D1>: 720 x 480(NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)
<CIF>: 352 x 240(NTSC), 352 x 288 (PAL)
<VGA>: 640 x 480(NTSC), 640 x 576 (PAL)
<QCIF>: 176 x 112(NTSC), 176 x 144 (PAL)
20 MENU Button
21 PRESET Button
22 ZOOM IN Button
23 AUTOPAN Button
24 ZOOM OUT Button
25 Focus Near Button
26 SCAN Button
27 Focus Far Button
28 PATTERN Button
29 ALARM RESET Button
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>, <
>, <
> and <
>.
> : Displays the video in its original size.
> : Zooms-out the video size to its 1/4 and displays it in the center.
> : Displays the video fitting to the viewer screen size. The aspect ratio of the video may be different.
> : You can see the image in full screen. To exit the mode, press the ESC key on the keyboard.
The video display returns to its previous size.
You can select a screen split option among from the <SINGLE> and <QUAD>.
<SINGLE>: Displays the video in its original size.
<QUAD> : Splits the screen into 4 and displays 4 videos on the screen.
In the <QUAD> mode, the <
> mode is not supported.
Lists connected SNT-1010’s. If you select an SNT-1010, the corresponding video appears.
On the first row, the login SNT-1010 appears.
From the second row on, additionally connected SNT-1010’s are displayed.
You can additionally register an SNT-1010 in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<EXTERNAL SNT-1010>
of the SETUP screen.
The selected SNT-1010 is indicated by inversed font color.
Using the Viewer Screen/Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions
10
11
12
13
14
15
Chapter 7 Using SNT-1010
Moves to the main screen
1
<VIDEO> of the SETUP screen.
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Using SNT-1010
Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions (Continued)
Button
Function and Description
To Capture a Video
If the screen size is <SINGLE>, each video channel is displayed by turns.
If the screen size is <QUAD>, 4 videos channels are displayed by turns.
Captures the current picture on the screen and saves it as a .jpg or .bmp image file.
1 At a desired scene, click the [CAPTURE] button.
The capture confirmation window appears.
2 Click [OK].
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The captured screen image is saved in the specified folder path.
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Note
You can Open/Play/Pause/Stop a saved file.
If the file size is big, the loading time might be long
If you click the [LISTEN] button, the speaker icon appears on the screen and you can hear the audio from the current video source.
If you click the [SPEAK] button, you can transmit your voice to the SNT-1010 using a microphone.
If multiple users are connected to an SNT-1010, only one user can send his voice at a time.
You can control the volume of the current video by using the [VOL
] buttons in 10 steps.
The default saving path is “C:WProgram FilesWSamsungWSNT-1010WSnapShot”.
To change the saving path, click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<LOCAL SAVE PATH> in the SETUP screen.
The file is automatically named as follows: “YYMMDD_HHMMSS_device name_EncoderID.extension”.
Example) 20060207_121015_SNT-1010_EncoderBox.jpg
Capturing a screen is available even during a recording. In this case, the <Overlay> is also captured together.
To Record a Video
REC
A banner image set in the <LAYOUT>
<SCREEN LOOK> of the SETUP screen appears here.
If a banner link is set, you can open the linked site by clicking it.
Initially, no banner image is set.
On the viewer screen, <REC> indicator appears and the
recording is started.
2 To stop a recording, click the [RECORD] button once again.
You can use camera functions such as lens
direction control, menu setting, preset, etc.
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The captured screen image is saved in the specified
saving path.
Note
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1 At desired scene, click the [RECORD] button.
Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions
Saves the current video as a .cam video file.
Chapter 7 Using SNT-1010
This function is available when multiple SNT-1010’s are connected.
Each video channel of the connected SNT-1010’s is displayed sequentially.
This function is not available while playing a recorded file.
If the screen size is <SINGLE>, this function is available only when more than 1 SNT-1010 are in the <SNT-1010 List>.
If the screen size is <QUAD>, this function is available only when more than 4 SNT-1010 are in the <SNT-1010 List>
The default saving path is “C : WProgram FilesWSamsungWSNT-1010WVideoClip”.
To change the saving path, click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<LOCAL SAVE PATH> in the SETUP screen.
The file is automatically named as follows: “YYMMDD_HHMMSS_device name_EncoderID. extension”.
Example) 20060207_121015_SNT-1010_EncoderBox.cam
The maximum recording time is 10 minutes.If a recording exceeds the time limit, the recording is automatically
terminated and the announcement message appears.
The user can select and record a camera video and stop it.
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Using SNT-1010
Setting Up
Viewer Screen Buttons and Functions (Continued)
Setting SNT-1010
You can set various functions such as Basic Setting, System,
Layout, etc.
To use the camera related functions
These functions are activated only if they are supported by the camera and are the same as the camera settings.
In the viewer screen, click the [SETUP] tab.
Moving lens direction and selecting a menu
The SETUP screen appears.
- You can adjust the camera lens direction using the 8 direction buttons.
Chapter 8 Setting Up
While you are pressing the button, the camera moves and if you release the button, the camera stops.
-
buttons are used to navigate through the menu in the camera menu screen.
- [ENTER] button is used to select a menu item in the camera menu screen.
Entering Camera Menu
- The camera menu screen appears.
Zoom Function
- Click the [ZOOM IN] button to zoom-in.
- Click the [ZOOM OUT] button to zoom-out.
Setting SNT-1010
SETUP Screen Layout
Focus Function
- Press the [Focus Near] button to adjust the focus nearer.
- Press the [Focus Far] button to adjust the focus farther.
SETUP Screen
Preset Function
- Moves the lens direction to a preset direction.
Autopan Function
BASIC CONFIGURATION
SYSTEM
LAYOUT
EVENT
NETWORK
VIDEO
DATE/TIME
OVERLAY IMAGE
TRANSFER SETUP
STREAMING SETUP
IP
STATUS
OVERLAY TEXT
ALARM IMAGE
IP NOTIFICATION
DDNS
- Moves the camera lens direction between 2 points set for the camera.
Scan Function
- Moves the camera lens direction between 2 preset points of the camera.
Alarm Reset Function
- Returns the current alarm settings to the default.
Pattern Function
- You can set camera various movement patterns such as zoom, move, etc. so that a
camera automatically moves according to the pattern.
Power Pan and Tilt Function
This function works only in a camera supporting the power pan-and-tilt. Ex) Samsung SCC-6475
If you click over a point you want, this function moves the camera so that the point comes to the center of the screen.
If you drag the mouse downward while holding down the left mouse button, the video is zoomed in while you drag the mouse upward, the screen is zoomed out.
USER
LOG
SCREEN LOOK
ALARM INPUT1
EXTERNAL SNT-1010
S/W UPDATE
VIEW HTML
ALARM INPUT2
LOCAL SAVE PATH
RESET
LANGUAGE
RS485
ALARM INPUT3
ALARM INPUT4
MOTION DETECTION
VIDEO LOSS
SCHEDULE TRANSFER
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The Focus function is available only in Manual Focus mode.
The Power Pan & Tilt function can make angular difference, depending on the zooming level of the camera.
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Setting Up
Basic Configuration
Setting Video
To setup IP settings
You can set the video format, size, resolution, frames per second for <Video1> and <Video2>.
IP Setting window appears.
The VIDEO CONFIGURATION window
appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
To complete the video setting,
click the [Apply] button.
The settings are saved and the system is restarted.
The currently opened web browser is closed.
Chapter 8 Setting Up
Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<IP>.
Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<VIDEO>.
The settings are saved.
If more than an SNT-1010 are
connected to an IP Sharer, set the IP
and port Settings for SNT-1010’s
differently. 35 Page
<IP Type> : Shows the current SNT-1010 IP setting type.
<Video Format> : Select a video format from <MPEG4> and <MJPEG>.
- To transmit a video when an event occurs, either <Video1> or <Video2> must be set to <MJPEG>.
- To use the motion detection function, either <Video1> or <Video2> must be set to <MPEG4>.
Example) To set <Video1> for the motion detection and to send a video from <Video2> to an e-mail or FTP when an
event occurs, set the <Video1> to <MPEG4> and the <Video2> to <MJPEG>.
<Resolution> : Select a video size among from <D1>, <VGA>, <CIF> and <QCIF>.
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<D1>: 720 x 480 (NTSC), 720 x 576 (PAL)
<VGA> : 640 x 480 (NTSC), 640 x 576 (PAL)
<CIF> : 352 x 240(NTSC), 352 x 288 (PAL)
<QCIF> : 176 x 112(NTSC), 176 x 144 (PAL)
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Note
- To change the IP setting type, slide the [IP select switch] on the front panel to <D> or <S> position according to your needs.
<IP Configuration> : Allows setting SNT-1010 IP and port related settings.
- <MAC Address> : Shows the Ethernet MAC address. Since this value is used to create a DDNS address, confirm the value.
- <IP Address> : Shows the currently configured IP address. If the <IP Type> is set to <Static IP>, you can change the IP address.
- <Subnet Mask> : Shows the <Subnet Mask> for the configured IP address.
- <Gateway> : Shows the <Gateway> address for the configured IP address.
- <DNS Server> : Shows the IP address of the DNS (Domain Name Service) server.
- <HTTP Webserver Port> : Shows the HTTP port used to connect to the SNT-1010 using the web browser.The default port number is 80(TCP).
- <Device Port(TCP)> : A port used to control video transmission. The default value is 60001(TCP).
- <TCP Streaming Port> : A port used to transfer video using the TCP protocols. The default value is 60002(TCP).
- <UDP Streaming Port> : A port used to transfer video using the UDP multicast protocols. The default value is 60003(UDP).
<Quality>: Select a resolution from <Very High>, <High>, <Normal>, <Low> and <Very Low>.
- <Upload Port(TCP)> : A port used to upgrade software. Default value is 60004(TCP).
<Multicast Settings> : To transmit a video using UDP Multicast, you can set the IP address, port and TTL.
<Frame Rate(Max)> : Shows the maximum number of frames per second depending on the
Bandwidth configured in <NETWORK> <STREAMING SETUP>
<Streaming Control>. If it is set to <Unlimited>, you can select one from
<30 fps>, <15 fps>, <7.5 fps>, <3 fps> and <1 fps>.
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- <Multicast Address> : Shows IP address set for video transmission using UDP Multicast.
The default value is 239.0.0.1. It is recommended to set it to between 224.0.0.0 and 239.255.255.255.
- <Multicast Port> : Shows UDP port set for video transmission using UDP Multicast. The default value is 60005(UDP).
- <TTL> : TTL stands for “Time To Live” that allows you to set the number of routers so that the packet can pass through.
Each router decrease the TTL value one by one when a packet passes it through. If the TTL value reaches 0, the packet cannot pass
through a router. The default value is 63. It is recommended to set it to between 0 and 255.
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To setup users
To modify a registered user account
the <Select> check box of a user account to be modified in
1 Select
the USER window.
The USER window appears.
3
2 Click the [Modify] button in the USER window.
The <Modify User> window appears.
4
the window, modify ID, password or user level of the user
3 Inaccount.
4 Click the [Apply] button.
<Login Authentication> : You can determine whether to require login authentication for users.
- If it is set to <Enable>, the users can connect to the system through login authentication, while it is set to <Disable>, the users can
connect to the system without login authentication. However, users connected to the system without login have USER permission.
- When the setting is complete, click the [Apply] button.
<User Login ID/Password List> : Shows user ID, password and level (permissions) in a list.
To delete a registered user account
1 Select the <Select> check box of a user account to be deleted in the USER window.
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Modifying a registered user is complete.
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Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<USER>.
- You can register up to 10 users.
- <Administrator> cannot be deleted or added. In addition, the default administrator ID is root and you can change the
password only.
2 Click the [Delete] button in the USER window.
Deleting a registered user is complete.
To register a user
1 In the USER window, click the [Insert] button.
The <Insert User> window appears.
2
2 Enter user ID and password.
For the ID and password, up to 19 alphanumeric and some special
characters are allowed.
3
4
Notice!
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You cannot register a
duplicated user ID.
You can register root or guest
user ID.
3 Select the user permission.
Select a user permission for the new user from the <Operator> and <User>
in the Level field.
About User Level
Note
Administrator : The Administrator can use all functions and change the settings.
Operator : The Operator can use all functions except setting functions.
User : The User can monitor video only.
Guest : The guest can login by typing guest for both ID and password and can use simple monitoring function only.
4 Click the [Apply] button.
The user registration is completed.
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To setup an external SNT-1010
To modify a registered SNT-1010
The EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window
appears.
3
2 In the EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window, click the [Modify] button.
The <Modify SNT-1010> window appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
4
The settings are saved.
3 Modify the IP, HTTP Port, Login ID or Login PW.
Modifying a registered SNT-1010 is complete.
<Log In SNT-1010> : Shows the Name, IP and HTTP Port of the currently logged-in
SNT-1010. You can change the SNT-1010 name.
<SNT-1010 List> : Shows the list of external SNT-1010’s added by the user. You can add up
to 30 external SNT-1010. If you select the <Connect> check box, the
selected SNT-1010 is connected and appears in the SNT-1010 list in the
VIEWER screen.
<Sequence Time> : Determines the screen transition time when the [SEQUENCE] button in
the View screen is pressed. If you select <seconds> in the combo box,
you can set the time from 10 to 3540 seconds. If you select <minutes>,
you can set the time from 1 to 59 minutes.
To delete a registered SNT-1010
1 Select the <Select> check box of an SNT-1010 to be deleted in the EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window.
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4 Click [Apply].
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the <Select> check box of an SNT-1010 to be modified in the
1 Select
EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window.
Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<EXTERNAL SNT-1010>.
2 In the EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window, click the [Delete] button.
Deleting a registered SNT-1010 is complete.
To register an SNT-1010
1 In the EXTERNAL SNT-1010 window, click the [Insert] button.
2
The <Insert SNT-1010> window appears.
the IP, HTTP Port, Login ID, Login PW(Password) for the
2 Enter
SNT-1010.
3
3 Click the [Apply] button.
SNT-1010 registration is complete.
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System Configuration
To set the record/capture saving path
To setup date and time
Click <SYSTEM>
The LOCAL SAVE PATH window
appears.
<DATE/TIME>.
The Date/Time window appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
<Current System Time> : Sets the time by synchronizing with the selected NTP server (time server).
<System Time Setup> : You can select a preferred NTP server address, time zone, and
whether to apply daylight saving time.
To setup the system time
1 Select one of the NTP server addresses of the <NTP Server IP> list.
To set the display language
If you select <Manual>, you can enter the IP address in the right
input box manually.
Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<LANGUAGE>.
2 Select your time zone in the <Time Zone> filed.
apply daylight saving time, select the <Daylight Saving
3 ToTime>
checkbox.
The LANGUAGE window appears where
you can select a preferred language.
You can select once from 7 languages
(English/Korean/Chinese/French/Italian/
Spanish/German).
You can change the Start and End Date for daylight saving time.
4 Click the [Test] button.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The configured system time is applied.
The IP address of the set NTP server is displayed.
If the setting is succeeded, the <Success> message will appear.
Otherwise, <Fail> message will appear.
The language has been changed to
the selected one.
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<Record> : Determines the saving path of the recorded file.
<Screen Capture> : Determines the capture file saving path. You can select either <JPEG>
or <BMP> file format to save a captured file. If you select the <Include
OSD> check box, the screen is captured including on-screen
information including image, text, date, time.
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You can get the current system time from a NTP server and set the system time.
Click <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<LOCAL SAVE PATH>.
The servers listed in the <NTP Server IP> are provided by a public institution and the list may be changed.
The <Manual> option allows selecting a time server provided by a private institution.
If you are using a local network that is not connected to the Internet, NTP server cannot be connected.
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To check the connection status
To update the software
<STATUS>.
Click <SYSTEM>
The Status window appears showing
the connection status.
<S/W UPDATE>.
The Software Update window appears.
of them. The connection status is updated every 5 seconds.
To download the latest version of the software, visit Samsung Electronics web site
www.samsung.com.
To view the log information
The update files are named such as SNT-1010-V1.1-20060531.tgz.
Click <SYSTEM>
Software update supports update files that has predetermined file names.
<LOG>.
Do not change the file name except the date (20060531).
The Log window appears showing log
information.
Note
The log information is initialized when an
SNT-1010 is restarted.
The log information is displayed only when
the system time is set.
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<Current Status> : Shows the number of users connected to the current system and the IP addresses
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Click <SYSTEM>
To update the software
1 In the USER window, click the [Browse] button.
The Open File window appears.
2
3 In the USER window, click the [Install] button.
Select an SNT-1010 update file and click the [Open] button.
The file is uncompressed and the software update begins.
Software update may take tens of minutes.
To cancel an update, click the [Cancel] button.
the software update is done, the system will
4 When
automatically restart.
<System Log List> : Shows the log information about the system changes along with time and IP address.
- <User Log In>: Shows current SNT-1010 login user.
Since the current connection is disconnected, you have to connect
to the system again.
- <Video Configuration Change> : Shows video setting changes.
- <System Time Change> : Shows time changes.
- <System Start> : Shows time when the SNT-1010 is turned on.
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Notice
Since, if the network is disconnected, the power fails or the PC abnormally operates during a software update, the system may
not work afterwards, take care not to cause a problem during an update.
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System Configuration (Continued)
To reset the system
To setup RS485
Setup the RS485 port of the system
Click <SYSTEM>
<RESET>.
Click <SYSTEM>
The Reset window appears.
<RS485>.
The RS485 window appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
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<Restart> : The Reset window appears.
<Factory Default> : Initializes the system settings to the
factory settings and then restarts the system.
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If the system abnormally operates or a problem occurs, you can restart or reset the system.
The settings must be the same as those of the camera connected to the SNT-1010.
Notice
- <Except Network Parameter>: Initializes the system settings except
network settings.
- <All> : Initializes all the system settings. Selecting this option is the same as
pressing the [FACTORY RESET] button on the rear panel of the main body.
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After reset and restart, you have to connect to the system again.
It takes a few minutes until the system booting is completed.You cannot connect to the system until the system booting is complete.
After running <Factory Default>
<All>, you have to run <IP Installer.exe> program and setup network settings such as IP
address, Subnet mask, Gateway, etc., to connect to the Internet.
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Layout Configuration
You can display image, text, logo and banner on the
screen.
To set an overlay image
To upload an image
the OVERLAY IMAGE window, click the [Browse]
1 Inbutton.
<OVERLAY
The OVERLAY IMAGE window
appears.
The Select File window appears.
2 Select a file path and click [Open].
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
You will see the file name that you want to upload.
The settings are saved.
1
3
3 Click the [Upload] button.
To preview
<Overlay Image Settings> : The <Disable> option hides an overlay image while <Enable>
shows it on the screen.
Click the [Preview] button.
You can preview the screen according to your settings.
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The selected file is uploaded and the file is displayed in
the <Select image> field.
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Click <LAYOUT>
IMAGE>.
<Use Transparency> : You can set the transparency of colors.
Select a value from 000000 to ffffff.
Example) RED : ff0000, GREEN : 00ff00, BLUE : 0000ff
<Overlay Image> supports BMP file only.
<Overlay image coordinates> : Set the position (X and Y coordinate) of an overlay image
on the screen from 0 to 100. This coordinate represents a
Note
You can upload up to 5 image files.
The maximum allowable image file size is 30 KB.
relative location according to the image size.
<Select image> : You can select an image you want among from the uploaded images.
Click the [Remove] button to remove the selected image file.
<Upload new image> : You can upload an image.
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To set text
To set viewer screen
Click <LAYOUT>
LOOK>.
<OVERLAY
<SCREEN
The Modify Screen Look window
appears.
The Overlay Text window appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
The settings are saved.
- <Display format> : Select a date display format.
YYYY-MM-DD : Year-Month-Day / MM-DD-YYYY: Month-Day-Year / DD-MM-YYYY:
Day-Month-Year
<Show time> : Determines whether to display time on the bottom screen.
<Logo> : Determines whether to display logo in the main screen.
- <Select existing image> : You can select a logo from the uploaded logo files.
Click the [Remove] button to remove the selected logo file.
- <Upload new image> : You can upload a logo.
- <External> : You can set a logo file in an external site as a logo for the viewer screen.
Enter the address of the site including the login file in the URL address input box.
<Logo Link> : You can set a hyperlink for a logo so that a user can visit the hyperlink by
clicking over the logo image.
<Banner> : Determines whether to display banner in the viewer screen.
- <Display format> : Select a date time format.
24hr : Time notation in 24 hours / 12hr : Time notation in 12 hours with AM/PM.
<Show text> : Determines whether to display text on the bottom screen.
You can type in up to 10 Alphanumeric or Korean characters in the text box.
<Text color> : Determines text color. You can select either <White> or <Black>.
<Background color> : Determines text background color.
You can select one from <White>, <Black> and <Transparent>.
<Transparent> option makes the text over the screen image
transparently.
Layout Configuration
<Overlay Text Settings> : The <Disable> option hides an overlay text while <Enable> shows
it on the screen.
<Show EncoderBox ip> : Determines whether to display SNT-1010 IP address on the top screen.
<Show EncoderBox name> Determines whether to display SNT-1010 name on the top screen.
<Show date> : Determines whether to display date on the bottom screen.
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Click <LAYOUT>
TEXT>.
- <Select existing image> : You can select a banner from the uploaded banner files.
Click the [Remove] button to remove the selected banner file.
- <Upload new image> : You can upload a banner file.
- <External> : You can set a banner file in an external site as a banner for the viewer screen.
Enter the address of the site including the login file in the URL address input box.
<Banner Link> : You can set a hyperlink for a banner so that a user can visit the hyperlink
by clicking over the banner image.
To preview
The logo and banner support only JPG and GIF files.
Click the [Preview] button.
Note
You can preview the screen according to your settings.
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To view HTML code
To upload a logo
3
Click <LAYOUT>
HTML>.
<VIEW
The HTML Code Viewer window
appears.
The Select File window appears.
2 Select a file path and click [Open].
The files in the path are displayed.
3 Click the [Upload] button.
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1
the Modify Screen Look screen, click the
1 In[Browse]
button.
The selected file is uploaded and the file is displayed
in the <Select existing image> field.
the Modify Screen Look screen, click the
1 In[Browse]
button.
This function provides information that can be referred to when you want to view an image
on your web page using the HTML code.
The Select File window appears.
1
3
- Example: You can copy HTML code onto your web page and use it.
2 Select a file path and click [Open].
Layout Configuration
To upload a banner
You will see the file name that you want to upload.
3 Click the [Upload] button.
The selected file is uploaded and the file is displayed
in the <Select existing image> field.
Notice
You have to change the red colored ID and PASSWORD in the HTML code to your login ID and password.
To preview
Click the [Preview] button.
You can preview the screen according to your settings.
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Event Configuration
To set the image transmission function
To test FTP transmission
Click <EVENT>
SETUP>.
Click the [Test] button.
Connect to the configured FTP server and conduct image
transmission test automatically.
<TRANSFER
When the FTP server connection and transmission tests are
The TRNASFER SETUP window
appears.
complete, the <Verified> message will be displayed.
If the test fails, an error message appears. In this case, check
the FTP server status and the configured settings once again.
Click the [Test] button.
Connect to the configured SMTP server and conduct image
transmission test automatically.
When the SMTP server connection and transmission tests are
complete, the <Verified> message will be displayed.
If the test fails, an error message appears. In this case, check
the SMTP server status and the configured settings once
again.
<FTP Transfer> : You can transfer an alarm image to an FTP server.
When the initial FTP server setting and connection are not verified, the
<Not verified> message appears.
- <Use Passive Mode>: Select this option when the passive mode connection is necessary due to firewall or FTP server setting.
- <FTP Server Address>: Enter the IP address of an FTP server to which an alarm image will be sent.
- <Upload Path>: You can set the path of the FTP account to transfer an alarm image.
You can set a path by just typing </directory name> or <directory name> in this field. If you do not
specify a path, alarm files are sent to the root directory of the FTP account.
- <Port>: Although FTP server port is 21 as a default, you can change the port number according to the FTP server settings.
- <User ID>: Enter a user account ID to connect to login the FTP server.
- <Password>: Enter a user account password to login the FTP server.
<E-mail(SMTP) Transfer> : You can transfer an alarm image through E-mail.
This function supports SMTP e-mail server only. When the initial
SMTP server setting and connection are not verified, the <Not
verified> message appears.
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To test e-mail transmission
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You can set an FTP/email(SMTP) server to send the prior/posterior alarm image saved in the SNT-1010
when an alarm is generated.
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Notice
<VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not supported.
If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not supported
- <SMTP Server Address> : Enter the IP address of an SMTP server to be used to send an e-mail.
Example) smtp.hotmail.com
- <User ID> : Enter a user account ID to connect to connect the SMTP server.
- <Password>: Enter a user account password to the SMTP server.
- <E-mail Sender>: Enter the address of the e-mail sender. If the sender address is incorrect, the e-mail from the
sender may be classified into SPAM mail by the SMTP server and may not be sent.
- <E-mail Receiver>: Enter the address of the e-mail recipient.
- <Title>: Enter the title of the e-mail.
- <Message>: Enter the contents of the e-mail. An alarm image is attached to the e-mail as an attached file.
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To set an alarm image
To set an alarm input
You can set an image to be sent through FTP/ e-mail(SMTP) when an alarm is generated or during the scheduled transfer.
Click <EVENT>
INPUT>.
<ALARM
<ALARM
The ALARM INPUT window appears.
The ALARM IMAGE SETUP window
appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
The settings are saved.
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<Input Device Setup> : Select an input type from the <OFF>, <NO> and <NC> according to
the properties of the alarm sensor connected to the rear panel of
SNT-1010.
<Transfer Mode> : You can select a method to send an alarm image from the <FTP> and <E-Mail>.
<Transferred Image Naming> : You can set the file name of an alarm image to be sent
whenan alarm is generated or during the scheduled transfer.
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Click <EVENT>
IMAGE>.
- <NO>(Normal Open): It is normally open but is closed when an alarm is generated.
- <Enable Overwrite Mode> : You can set so that the file name of the image to be transmitted is overlapped.
- <NC>(Normal Close): It is normally close but is opened when an alarm is generated.
<Activation Time>: You can set time to accept an alarm to take an action.
- <Image File Name> : You can set the file name of an alarm image to be sent.
The file name supports up to 16 alphanumeric characters.
- <Always> : Always conducts the <Action> setting when an alarm is generated.
- <Included Information> : You can include sequence number and date/time information in the file name of the
image to be transmitted. The name of an alarm that causes an image file transmission is
included in the file name of the image.
- <Only Scheduled Time>: Conducts the <Action> setting for an alarm only when it occurs during the specified
time period on the specified day of the week. The Start Time must prior to and must
differ from the End Time.
<Pre/Post Alarm Image> : You can determine which of previous or posterior image is to be sent.
<Action> : You can set an operation to be conducted when an alarm is generated.
- <Buffering Video Mode> : Determines the video source of an image to be transmitted.
- <Alarm Output> : Determines alarm output port to which the alarm signal is to be sent.
- <Number of Image> : Determines number of images to be sent per second.You can select 1 to 5 images per second.
- <Output Duration> : Determines the period of time to output alarm signal to the specified alarm output port when
an alarm is generated.
- <Pre-Alarm Duration> : Determines time of prior images to be sent. You can select one from <5 sec>,
<10 sec>, <15 sec> and <30 sec>. You can send a prior image of up to 30 seconds after an alarm is generated.
(The maximum time is determined by the number of images to be sent per second.)
- <Alarm Image Transfer> : If <On> is selected, a JPG image is transmitted through FTP or E-Mail (SMTP)
according to the <EVENT>
<TRANSFER SETUP> settings.
- <Post-Alarm Duration> : Determines time of posterior images to be sent. You can select one from <5 sec>,
<10 sec>, <15 sec> and <30 sec>. You can send a posterior image of up to 30 seconds after an alarm is
generated. (The maximum time is determined by the number of images to be sent per second.)
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Notice
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Notice <VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not supported.
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If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not supported.
<VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not supported.
If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not supported.
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To set the motion detection function
To set a motion detection target area
You can set a specific area to detect a motion in.
<MOTION
the MOTION DETECTION window, click the [Motion
1 InArea]
button.
The MOTION DETECTION window
appears.
The Motion Area window appears.
over square boxes corresponding to your desired
2 Click
motion detection target area.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
The selected area is colored in yellow.
The square box returns to its original color.
4 To complete the setting, click the [Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
The motions in the selected area will be detected.
<M.D. Function> : <Enable> activates the motion detection function, while <Disable>
disables the function.
<M.D. Configuration> : You can set motion detection performance parameters.
- <Video> : Select a video signal from <Video1> and <Video2> for motion detection.
- <Motion Sensitivity> : Select a motion detection function sensitivity from <High>, <Medium> and <Low>.
The <High> option provides high sensitivity of motion detection and generates motion
detection event if a small motion is detected.
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cancel a selection, click over the square box once
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Click <EVENT>
DETECTION>.
To close the Motion Area window
Click the [Close] button.
Clicking the [Apply] button does not close the window.
- <Motion Area> : You can set an area to detect motion.
<Activation Time> : You can set time to accept a motion detection to take an action.
- <Always> : Always conducts the <Action> setting when a motion is detected.
- <Only Scheduled Time> : Conducts the <Action> setting for a motion detection only when it occurs during the
specified time period on the specified day of the week. The Start Time must prior to
and must differ from the End Time.
The motion detection function is supported only for <MPEG4> videos.
Note
<Action> : You can set an operation to be conducted when a motion is detected.
- <Alarm
-
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If both of the <Video1> and <Video2> are set to <MPEG4>, you can select one of them.
If only one of the <Video1> and <Video2> is set to <MPEG4>, the MPEG4 video appears in this field.
Output> : Determines a motion detection output port to which the alarm signal is to be sent.
<Output Duration> : Determines the period of time to output the alarm signal to the specified alarm output port
when a motion is detected. If another detection event is generated during the alarm output,
the delay time is recalculated on the basis of the most recently generated motion detection.
<Alarm Image Transfer> : If <On> is selected, a JPG image is transmitted through FTP or EMail (SMTP)
according to the <EVENT>
<TRANSFER SETUP> settings.
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Notice
<VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not supported.
If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not available.
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Event Configuration (Continued)
To set video signal loss detection function
To set scheduled transmission
You can set an alarm to be generated when the video signal from a camera to SNT-1010 is lost.
Click <EVENT>
TRANSFER>.
<VIDEO
<SCHEDULE
The SCHEDULE TRANSFER window
appears.
The VIDEO LOSS window appears.
<Schedule Transfer Function> : <Enable> activates the scheduled transmission function,
while <Disable> disables the function.
<Transfer Interval> : You can set the time interval to transmit images. You can select a unit
of time from <SECONDS> or <MINUTES>. You can set the time
interval so that an image is transmitted every 15/30/45/60 seconds or
5/15/30/45/60 minutes.
<Transfer Time> : You can set the time to execute the scheduled transmission function.
- <Always> : Always conducts the <Action> setting when a video signal loss is detected.
- <Only Scheduled Time> : Conducts the <Action> setting for a video signal loss detection only when it occurs
during the specified time period on the specified day of the week.
<Action> : You can set an operation to be conducted when a video signal loss is detected.
- <Alarm Output> : Determines a video signal loss detection output port to which the alarm signal is to be sent.
- <Always> : Always transmits images according to the specified interval.
- <Output Duration> : Determines the period of time to output the alarm signal to the specified alarm output port
when a video signal loss is detected.
- <Only Scheduled Time> : Transmits images according to the specified interval during the specified time period
on the specified day of the week.
Event Configuration
<Video Loss Function> : <Enable> activates the video signal loss detection function while
<Disable> disables the function.
<Activation Time> : You can set the time to accept a video signal loss detection to take an action.
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Click <EVENT>
LOSS>.
You can have a JPEG image sent through FTP or email periodically.
- <Alarm Image Transfer> : If <On> is selected, a JPG image is transmitted through FTP or EMail (SMTP)
according to the <EVENT>
<TRANSFER SETUP> settings.
Notice
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not supported.
If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not supported.
The Start Time must be prior to and must differ from the End Time.
Note
If the <Video Format> options of the <VIDEO1> and <VIDEO2> are all set to <MPEG4> in <BASIC CONFIGURATION>
Notice
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The Start Time must be prior to and must differ from the End Time.
Note
<VIDEO>, the image transmission function is not available.
If the system time is not set in the <SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>, the image transmission function is not available.
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Network Configuration
To set video streaming
To set IP address automatic notification
Click <NETWORK>
NOTIFICATION>.
Click <NETWORK>
<STREAMING SETUP>.
<IP
The IP NOTIFICATION window
appears.
The STREAMING SETUP window
appears.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
To complete the setting, click the
[Apply] button.
The settings are saved.
The settings are saved.
- <TCP> : It is a general purpose protocol used for a transmission that requires reliability.
Since it provides a connectionbased communication between the sender and recipient, it provides high
reliability against transmission data loss.However, it is inappropriate to transmit a large amount of data
in real-time because of its transmission overhead. It enables reliable data transmission over ADSL and
cable network at a relatively slow speed.
- <UDP> : It is a protocol appropriate to transmit a large amount of data such as multimedia data in short time.
However, it provides higher transmission efficiency than TCP especially over high speed connections
faster than 100Mbps.
- <Unicast> : It refers to transmitting data to only one receiver (1:1).
- <Multicast> : It refers to the data transfer protocol in one-to-many (1:N) between the transmitting and receiving
terminals.Although it alleviates the network load, it requires <Multicast> router.
For more information such as whether the network over which the SNT-1010 is installed supports
<Multicast>, ask your network administrator.
If the SNT-1010 is set to <Dynamic IP>, you can have the automatically allocated IP
address sent to an FTP or e-mail. This function is executed only when the settings and
test on the FTP/E-mail (SMTP) of the <EVENT> are done.
Network Configuration
<Streaming Type> : You can select a protocol for video transmission from the <TCP>,
<UDP(Unicast)> and <UDP(Multicast)>.
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You can control the data transfer rate according to the SNT-1010 video streaming type and network
bandwidth.
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<Streaming Control> : You need to set the bandwidth to an appropriate value according to
the data rate of your network for smooth video streaming.
- You can set the <Bandwidth> by selecting one from <Unlimited/5Mbps/3Mbps/1Mbps/600Kbps/300kbps/150Kbps>.
- If your network provides data rate equal to or higher than 100Mbps, it is recommended to set the <Bandwidth> to <Unlimited>
or <5Mbps>. If you are using a broadband Internet connection, set the <Bandwidth> to <3Mbps> or <1Mbps>.
- If you are using an ADSL or normal low speed DSL network, set the <Bandwidth> to <600Kbps> or lower for
smooth video streaming.
- The maximum number of images per second in the video setting menu is automatically determined depending
on the selected <Bandwidth> value. Page 50
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Setting Up
Appendix
Network Configuration (Continued)
Resetting the System
You can initialize all settings of this product when it
does not work properly or causes a problem.
To set DDNS
Click <NETWORK>
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DDNS is an abbreviation of Dynamic Domain Name Service that converts the IP address of an SNT-1010
into a general Host Name so that the user can easily remember it and enables connecting an SNT-1010
with a fixed Host Name even if the IP address of the SNT-1010 may be dynamically changed.
<DDNS>.
The DDNS window appears.
If Samsung’s DDNS service is selected, the Host Name is automatically generated using
the SNT-1010 MAC address.
A SNT-1010 MAC address consists of <One among from lower-case alphabet characters of
e, m and p> + <Last 6 digits of the MAC address> + <websamsung.net>.
The lower-case alphabet letter becomes <e> if the first 6 digits of the MAC address is
<00:00:f0>, <m> if <00:16:6c>, and <p> if <00:68:36>.
Example) - If the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 00 : f0 : ff : fe : 42 :
e + fffe42 + websamsung.net = efffe42.websamsung.net
The [STATUS] LED turns green and the system restarts when all the settings are initialized.
Since if the product is reset, all settings are initialized, you must configure basic network settings such as IP Address, Subnet
Notice
- If the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 16 : 6c : ff : fe : 42 :
m + fffe42 + websamsung.net = mfffe42.websamsung.net
- SIf the MAC address of SNT-1010 is 00 : 68 : 36 : ff : fe : 42 :
p + fffe42 + websamsung.net = pfffe42.websamsung.net
Network Configuration/Resetting the System
Press and hold the [FACTORY RESET] button on the rear panel of the product for 3 seconds and
release it when the [STATUS] indicator blinks 3 times.
Mask, Gateway, etc., using the <IP Installer.exe> program.
You can reset the system even from a remote location by selecting <SYSTEM>
<RESET>.
Note
To use another DDNS service, sign up a DDNS site that is supported by an SNT-1010 and
use it with the user ID and password you have specified when you sign up the site.
For information about how to sign up another DDNS and setup Host Name, please visit the
corresponding DDNS service website and ask about that.
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Appendix
Trouble-shooting
I can’t connect to SNT-1010 using the web browser.
Check if the <Network>settings of your SNT-101 are correct.
If I press the <Preview> button, does that mean my settings are automatically applied?
No,it doesn’t. <Preview>just shows the current image on the screen.
Make sure to press the <Apply> button before your settings can be applied.
If you are using the DDNS URL,check if the MAC address is entered correctly.
I have clicked on a banner in the <Viewer> window but I couldn’t see any page linked to it.
First, check if the banner-linked page is currently available.
If your SNT-1010 is connected to the xDSL networks, check if the <Bandwidth>is set to 600 kbps or less.
For xDSL, the transfer rate is not so fast. So if you set the <Bandwidth> too high, the network load can crowd the
traffic, causing some delay.
If your SNT-1010 is connected to the IP sharer, check if the port forwarding properly set.
If other user changes the SNT-1010 or <Network>settings,any <Viewer>connected to it will lost the connection.
Check if the network is properly set and connected.
If your SNT-1010 is connected to the xDSL network, the Viewer can be disconnected from a possible traffic jam.
I see nothing on the screen.
For Windows 2000 users,check if the DirectX version on your PC is 8.1 or later.
On desktop, select [Start]
[Run] and type in “dxdiag” to check the DirectX version on your PC.
First, check if the ID and Password values are properly changed.
You must change the user ID and password in advance.
I have set <M.D. Function> to <Enable> in the <MOTION DETECTION>menu. However,
even if my camera detects any motion, it doesn’t transfer the jpg file to FTP/SMTP.
Follow the instructions below to check your settings.
a. The NTP is correctly set.
b. For the two <VIDEO SOURCE> values, one is set to MPEG and the other to MJPEG.
c. The <M.D. Function> is set to <Enable>.
d. The <Alarm Image Transfer > is set to <ON>.
e. Check if it works properly on the scheduled time.
Trouble-shooting
The <Viewer>, currently monitoring the image, has disconnected.
I created a new HTML page using the HTML tag editor provided by <Viewer HTML>.
But when I open the page, nothing but the error message is displayed.
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Check if the network cables are correctly connected.
If you are using the DHCP server, check if your SNT-1010 has acquired a dynamic IP successfully.
Can I adjust the <Motion Area> setting if the <M.D. Function> is set to <Disable>?
Yes,you can. You can set the <Motion Area>, regardless of the availability of the motion detection function.
I couldn’t upload any image in the <OVERLAY IMAGE>page.
You can upload a maximum of 5 image files. First, check the number of images uploaded.
Only the <OVERLAY IMAGE>that has a BMP format in less than 30 KB is available.
I have entered 100 for X, and another 100 for Y as coordinate values for the
display image. But I can’t see any image on the screen.
The X and Y coordinates represent the top left position of the image on the screen.
So, if you enter 100 for both X and Y values, you will see nothing on the screen.
Adjust the X and Y coordinates to display the image and fine-tune the values as you want.
I have pressed the <Apply> button in the <Motion Area> window but the image does
not disappear.
You must press the <Close>button so that the <Motion Area>window disappears.
You don’t need to open a new <Motion Area> window to change the settings.
A motion event occurred. But no alarm makes any sound.
First, check if you have set the alarm output port correctly.
The PTZ button is not activated in the <Viewer> window.
In the <OVERLAY TEXT>page, you can’t enter more than 10 characters for <Show Text>.
The product does not support more than 10 characters for text output in both Korean and English.
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First,check the settings of <SETUP>
<SYSTEM>
<RS485>.
If the <Protocol> is set to <None>, the PTZ button will not be activated.
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Appendix
Appendix
Trouble-shooting (Continued)
Specifications
OS
I can’t control over the PTZ device
First, check the settings of <SETUP>
<SYSTEM>
<RS485>.
Refer to the user guide of the external device connected to SNT-1010 for correct settings.
Browser
DirectX
The menu of the external PTZ device appears somewhat later.
Or, the response from the external PTZ is delayed when I manipulate it.
The amount of data is comparatively great considering the network transfer rate.
In <SETUP>
<BASIC CONFIGURATION>
<VIDEO> set the <Resolution> to <CIF> or, the <Low>.
Network
When my SNT-1010 has restarted, the [Status] indicator still stays red.
First, check the settings of <SETUP>
<SYSTEM>
<DATE/TIME>.
This is due to a connection failure to the NTP server. So It couldn’t display the time information.
Check the [IP Type ] switch on the front panel for the position.
If the switch is positioned to [D], this is in Dynamic IP mode.
In this case, the IP address and port number are allocated by DHCP, which you can’t change.
For [Auto Set], why the IP address and port number are changed when the port
mapping has failed?
Audio
Compression
Video resolution
[Auto Set ] will perform both the IP and Port setting and [Port Mapping ].
You can change the IP address and port number, regardless of the [Port Mapping] results.
The port mapping for both [Auto Set] and [Manual Set] does not work.
Check the current IP sharer for compatibility with SNT-1010.(see page 5)
If your IP sharer is listed in the list, check if the UPnP check box is selected on the main
menu window of the sharer (normally, 192.168.1.1).
If not listed, check your IP sharer for UPnP accessibility and if the problem persists, replace it with one in the list.
Frame Rate
Video Quality
Motion Detection
Alarm I/O
When I connect SNT-1010 to the power source, the status indicator keeps blinking in red and I
can’t connect to the network using the browser.
If SNT--1010 fails to connect to the set NTP server,it attempts to connect to other NTP servers.So if
the IP settings of the SNT-1010 are incorrectly configured or the network environments are not in
normal conditions,it will take as long as several minutes to restart the SNT-1010.
You can access the network when the status indicator turns into red or green.
Alarm Event
Video Loss
Motion Detection
Schedule
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Trouble-shooting/Specifications
I have selected Set in the IP Installer list and pressed the [Manual Set] button. But I couldn’t
change the IP address and port number.
Video
32bit RSIC
Flash 16Mbyte
SDRAM 32Mbyte
Physical layer
10/100BASE-T
Network Protocol
TCP, UDP, NTP, HTTP, DHCP,
Streaming
TCP, UDP(Unicast, Multicast)
UPnP
Supporting Auto Network Configuration
DDNS
Supporting Samsung DDNS and Public DDNS servers
IN
Composite 1 Channel
1 BNC (Loop Through Out)
OUT
- Auto Termination
3.5 mm jacks
connector
Mono 1 chanel / Mono 1 channel,
Input/Output
Full duplex Supporting
Bidirectional audio
MPEG-4, M-JPEG
Video
G.711, 64kbps 8kHz sampling
Audio
D1
720x480
VGA
640x480
NTSC
CIF
352x240
QCIF
176x112
D1
720x576
VGA
640x576
PAL
CIF
352x288
QCIF
176x144
30, 15, 7.5, 3, 1 FPS
NTSC
25, 12.5, 6.25, 3, 1 FPS
PAL
Quality
Very High, High, Normal, Low, Very Low
Sensitivity
High, Medium, Low
Input :4 Input (5 mA sink)
Output 1 (24VDC 40mA Max)
Relay OUT (30VDC 2A,125VAC 0.5A Max)
Image transfer : FTP, E-mail
Alarm Input
Notification :notify to viewer and file server Alarm Out
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CPU Hardware
Embedded Linux
SNT-1010
Windows XP / Windows 2000 Professional
PC
Internet Explorer 5.0 or Higher
DirectX 8.1 or Higher
Image transfer : FTP, E-mail
Notification :notify to viewer and file server Alarm Out
Image transfer : FTP, E-mail
Notification :notify to viewer and file server Alarm Out
Image transfer : FTP, E-mail
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Specifications (Continued)
Half / Full duplex Mode, PTZ Control
Auto pan, preset, scan, pattern,
Power PTZ function support
RS485
PTZ control
Pan / Tilt / Zoom control
IP Installer
Ip address installation
1CH Recording
Playback
IP installation function
(XP, win 2000 support )
Software upgrade by web browser
Login access Level
Guest, Administrator, Operator, User
Dynamic IP Notify
SMTP(E-mail), FTP
Time setting
NTP, Time Zone, Summer Time setting
Max 10min record can be recorded when PC Hard
Recording/Playback
Disk available space is bigger than 20%of total space
HTTP API
Application
program
interface
Windows API
Windows API
SDK
Power
Physical
Specification
Operating Temperature
Preservation Temperature
Operation Humidity
Preservation Humidity
Power Requirement
Power Consumption
Dimensions (WxDxH)
Weight
ActiveX components for viewing streams
from video camera and controlling.
0°C ~ + 40°C
- 20°C ~ + 60°C
20% ~ 85%RH
20% ~ 85%RH
DC8.4V (External Adaptor)
5W
W160 X D136 X H33 mm
0.42KG
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in the documentation and/or other materials
provided with the distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning
features or use of this software must
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"This product includes software developed
by the OpenSSL Project for use in the
OpenSSLToolkit.
(http://www.openssl.org/)"
4. The names "OpenSSL Toolkit" and
"OpenSSL Project" must not be used to
endorse or promote products derived from
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contact openssl-core@openssl.org.
5. Products derived from this software
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retain the following acknowledgment:
"This product includes software developed
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Original SSLeay License
Copyright (C)1995-1998 Eric Young
(eay@cryptsoft.com) All rights reserved. This
package is an SSL implementation writtenby
Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com). The
implementation was written so as to conform
with Netscapes SSL.
This library is free for commercial and noncommercial use as long as the following
conditions are aheared to. The following
conditions apply to all code found in this
distribution, be it the RC4, RSA, lhash, DES,
etc.,code ; not just the SSL code.
The SSL documentation included with this
distribution is covered by the same copyright
terms except that the holder is Tim Hudson
(tjh@cryptsoft.com).
Copyright remains Eric Young's, and as such
any Copyright notices in the code are not to
be removed.
If this package is used in a product,Eric Young
should be given attribution as the author of the
parts of the library used.
This can be in the form of a textual message
at program startup or in documentation
(online or textual) provided with the package.
Redistribution and use in source and binary
forms, with or without modification, are permitted
provided that the following conditions are met :
1. Redistributions of source code must
retain the copyright notice, this list of
conditions and the following disclaimer.
2. Redistributions in binary form must
reproduce the above copyright notice, this
list of conditions and the following
disclaimer in the documentation and/or
other materials provided with the
distribution.
3. All advertising materials mentioning
features or use of this software must
display the following acknowledgement :
"This product includes cryptographic
software written by Eric Young
(eay@cryptsoft.com)" The word
'cryptographic' can be left out if the rouines
from the library being used are not
cryptographic related :-).
4. If you include any Windows specific code
(or a derivative thereof)from the apps
directory (application code) you must
include an acknowledgement :
"This product includes software written by
Tim Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY ERIC
YOUNG “AS IS” AND ANY EXPRESS OR
IMPLIED WARRANTIES, INCLUDING, BUT
NOT LIMITED TO, THE IMPLIED
WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY AND
FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE
ARE DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL
THE AUTHOR OR CONTRIBUTORS BE
LIABLE FOR ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT,
INCIDENTAL, SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES ;
LOSS OF USE, DATA, OR PROFITS ; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE)ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
The licence and distribution terms for any
publically available version or derivative of
this code cannot be changed.i.e.this code
cannot simply be copied and put under
another distribution licence [including the
GNU Public Licence.]
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OpenSSL LICENSE
OpenSSL Toolkit (http://www.openssl.org/)"
THIS SOFTWARE IS PROVIDED BY THE
OpenSSL PROJECT “AS IS” AND ANY
EXPRESSED OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES,
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IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF
MERCHANTABILITY AND FITNESS FOR
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DISCLAIMED. IN NO EVENT SHALL THE
OpenSSL PROJECT OR ITS
CONTRIBUTORS BE LIABLE FOR
ANY DIRECT, INDIRECT, INCIDENTAL,
SPECIAL, EXEMPLARY, OR
CONSEQUENTIAL DAMAGES (INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, PROCUREMENT OF
SUBSTITUTE GOODS OR SERVICES ;
LOSS OF USE,DATA,OR PROFITS ; OR
BUSINESS INTERRUPTION) HOWEVER
CAUSED AND ON ANY THEORY OF
LIABILITY, WHETHER IN CONTRACT,
STRICT LIABILITY, OR TORT (INCLUDING
NEGLIGENCE OR OTHERWISE) ARISING
IN ANY WAY OUT OF THE USE OF THIS
SOFTWARE, EVEN IF ADVISED OF THE
POSSIBILITY OF SUCH DAMAGE.
This product includes cryptographic software
written by Eric Young (eay@cryptsoft.com).
This product includes software written by Tim
Hudson (tjh@cryptsoft.com).
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