Eagle eyes Manual

Installation Guide
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Mobile Surveillance
Distance makes no difference
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IMPORTANT SAFEGUARD
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manufacture processes and products are strictly “lead-free” and without the hazardous
substances cited in the directive.
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peripherals marked with this symbol. Do not dispose of these products as unsorted municipal
waste. Contact your local dealer for procedures for recycling this equipment.
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and
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content in this manual at any time. We do not warrant or assume any legal liability or responsibility for the
accuracy, completeness, or usefulness of this manual. For the actual display & operation, please refer to
your DVR in hand. The content of this manual is subject to change without notice.
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License (“LGPL”).
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copyright of the corresponding author.
Further source codes which are subject to the GPL-licenses are available upon request.
We are pleased to provide our modifications to the Linux Kernel, as well as a few new
commands, and some tools to get you into the code. The codes are provided on the FTP
site, and please download them from the following site or you can refer to your
distributor:
http://download.dvrtw.com.tw/GPL/076D_Series/arm-linux-2.6.tar.gz
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PREFACE ....................................................................................................1
1. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION ..................................................................1
1.1 Prerequisites ...........................................................................................................1
1.2 Where to download .................................................................................................2
2. HOW TO CONFIGURE ............................................................................4
2.1 iPhone .....................................................................................................................4
2.2 BlackBerry...............................................................................................................5
2.3 Symbian ..................................................................................................................6
2.4 Windows Mobile ......................................................................................................7
2.5 Android ....................................................................................................................8
APPENDIX 1. ACCESS FROM BUILT-IN WEB BROWSER.......................9
APPENDIX 2. SET PUSH NOTIFICATION ................................................11
A2.1 Prerequisites....................................................................................................... 11
A2.2 Enable Push Notification.....................................................................................12
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APPENDIX 3. EAGLEEYES SUPPORT FOR IPHONE ............................14
APPENDIX 4. TROUBLESHOOTING........................................................15
APPENDIX 5. APN SETTINGS FOR BLACKBERRY ...............................16
A5.1 Where is APN .....................................................................................................16
A5.2 APN Settings.......................................................................................................16
PREFACE
This guide is focused on where to download EagleEyes, and how to configure on your
mobile phone for mobile surveillance.
EagleEyes is a mobile phone program used with our surveillance system (DVRs or
network cameras) for remote surveillance. It has several advantages:
It’s free (Except EagleEyes Plus for iPhone).
It’s compatible with several popular mobile platforms, such as iPhone,
BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile and Android.
It’s easy to download, install and configure.
To visit EagleEyes official website and know more about operations, please go to:
http://www.eagleeyescctv.com
To know more about feature applications, please visit:
www.eagleeyescctv.com/video
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To seek for technical support, please visit:
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx
To give us your precious suggestions and comments, please contact:
marketing@eagleeyescctv.com
1. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION
1.1 Prerequisites
Before installing EagleEyes to your mobile phone for remote surveillance, make
sure you have checked the following:
Your mobile platform is iPhone, BlackBerry, Symbian, Windows Mobile &
Android.
Mobile Internet services are subscribed and available to use for your mobile
phone.
You might be charged for Internet access via wireless or 3G networks. For
the Internet access rate details, please check with your local network
operator or service provider.
Your DVR or network camera is powered on and connected to Internet.
You have noted down the IP address, port number, user name and password
used to access your DVR or network camera from Internet.
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1.2 Where to download
Connect to http://www.eagleeyescctv.com from your mobile phone, and sign in.
Please DO NOT try to download EagleEyes from your computer.
Then, select “Software” and the mobile platform of your phone to download
EagleEyes to your phone.
For BlackBerry, Symbian & Windows Mobile, select the download link from the
website to start downloading.
It’s recommended to download EagleEyes for BlackBerry with the web
browser of Opera.
For Android, two versions of EagleEyes are available:
-- EagleEyes Lite+, and
-- EagleEyes Lite.
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Select the version you want, and start downloading the application.
For Push Notification to work properly, your DVR must support Push
Notification, the platform version of your Android mobile phone must be
Android 2.2 or later, and you need to install “Eagleeyes Lite+”. For details,
please refer to “APPENDIX 2. SET PUSH NOTIFICATION” at page 11.
For iPhone, two versions of EagleEyes are available:
-- EagleEyes Plus (US$4.99), and
-- EagleEyes Lite (Free).
To know the differences between EagleEyes Plus and EagleEyes Lite,
please refer to “APPENDIX 3. EAGLEEYES SUPPORT FOR IPHONE” at page
14.
Select the version you want, and you’ll be directed to “App Store” to download the
application.
You can also find EagleEyes on “App Store” from your iPhone. Go to “App
Store”, and select “Search”. Enter the keyword “eagleeyes” to find and
download the version you want.
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When the download is completed, EagleEyes will be installed automatically to the
location where all applications are saved in your phone by default, or where you
specify.
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2. HOW TO CONFIGURE
2.1 iPhone
Find
(EagleEyes Lite) or
(EagleEyes Plus) on the desktop of your
iPhone depending on which version you’ve installed, and select to enter the
address book of EagleEyes.
The screen shots shown below are from EagleEyes Plus and may look
different from EagleEyes Lite.
Step 1: In the address book, select
at the bottom to add new device
connection, and select “Get Type” to check if you can get the correct device
type.
If you fail to get the correct device type, there might be some connection
problems. For troubleshooting, please refer to “APPENDIX 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
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Step 2: Then, select “Save” to save your settings and return to the address book.
You’ll see the icon representing the device you want to connect:
(A) 16 CH DVR
(B) 8 CH DVR
(C) 4 CH DVR
(D) PTZ IPCAM
(E) Normal IPCAM
(F) Unknown
Step 3: Select the item you just added to log into the device immediately.
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2.2 BlackBerry
The screen shots below are taken from BlackBerry Bold 9000 as an
operation example and may look different from the ones you have.
Step 1: Browse to where EagleEyes is installed by default on your mobile phone
when the installation is completed.
Taking BlackBerry Bold 9000 as an example, press “
“Downloads”.
Step 2: Then, find
”, and select
(EagleEyes), and select to enter the address book of
EagleEyes.
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) to show the available options. Select “Add” to add
Step 3: Press the menu key (
new device connection.
Step 4: Fill in the information needed to access the device you want to add. Then,
press the menu key again, and select “OK” to save and return to the
address book.
Step 5: Select the item you just added to log into the device immediately.
If you fail to get the correct device type, there might be some connection
problems. For troubleshooting, please refer to “APPENDIX 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
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2.3 Symbian
The screen shots below are taken from Nokia N97 as an operation
example and may look different from the ones you have.
Step 1: Browse to where EagleEyes is installed by default on your mobile phone
when the installation is completed.
Taking Nokia N97 as an example, go to the main menu, and select
“Applications”.
Step 2: Then, find
(EagleEyes), and select to enter the address book of
EagleEyes.
Step 3: Press “Options” to show the available options. Select “Add” to add new
device connection.
Step 4: Fill in the information needed to access the device you want to add. Then,
press “OK” to save and return to the address book.
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Step 5: Select the item you just added to log into the device immediately.
If you fail to get the correct device type, there might be some connection
problems. For troubleshooting, please refer to “APPENDIX 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
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2.4 Windows Mobile
The screen shots below are taken from HTC TyTN II as an operation
example and may look different from the ones you have.
Step 6: Browse to where EagleEyes is installed by default on your mobile phone
when the installation is completed.
Taking HTC TyTN II as an example, select “Start”
“Programs”.
Step 7: Then, find
(EagleEyes), and select to enter the address book of
EagleEyes.
Step 8: Press “NEW DEVICE” to add new device connection.
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Step 9: Fill in the information needed to access the device you want to add. Then,
press “Apply” to save and return to the address book, or “Login” to directly
log into the device.
You can also select the device you just added to log in the address book.
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If you fail to get the correct device type, there might be some connection
problems. For troubleshooting, please refer to “APPENDIX 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
2.5 Android
The screen shots below are taken from HTC Desire as an operation
example and may look different from the ones you have.
Step 1: Browse to where EagleEyes is installed by default on your mobile phone
when the installation is completed.
Step 2: Then, find
and activate it.
Step 3: Select “+” on the screen to add a new device. Then, enter the information
needed to access your device, such as the IP address, user name,
password, and port number.
Select “OK” to confirm and return to the main screen of EagleEyes.
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Step 4: Select the preview picture to enter the surveillance channel.
If you fail to see the preview of your device, there might be some
connection problems. For troubleshooting, please refer to “APPENDIX 4.
TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
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APPENDIX 1. ACCESS FROM BUILT-IN WEB BROWSER
In addition to installing EagleEyes on the mobile phone for remote surveillance,
you can also access your device from the built-in web browser of your phone.
The screen shots below are taken from HTC Aria (Android) as an
operation example and may look different from the ones you have.
Step 1: Go to the web browser built-in in your mobile phone. Taking HTC Aria as an
example, press “menu”, and select “All apps”
“Internet”.
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Step 2: Then, enter the address of your device. The address format is
http://address:port. You will be prompted later to key in the user name and
password to access your device.
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Step 3: Select “Sign in” to log into your device.
If login fails, there might be some connection problems, or your DVR or
network camera doesn’t support mobile surveillance. Please refer to
“APPENDIX 4. TROUBLESHOOTING’ at page 15.
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APPENDIX 2. SET PUSH NOTIFICATION
Push Notification is an active event notification function provided by iPhone and
Android mobile platforms.
Our IVS series is designed to send instant event notifications to your iPhone or
Android mobile phone with our self-developed program, “EagleEyes”, installed.
You need to finish some settings in your iPhone or Android mobile phone for this
function to work properly. For details, please refer to “A2.2 Enable Push
Notification” at page 12.
A2.1 Prerequisites
Before setting this function, make sure you have checked the following:
You have an iPhone or Android mobile phone with our self-developed program,
“EagleEyes”, installed. For details, please refer to “1.2 Where to download” at page 2.
For Android users, your platform needs to be Android 2.2 or later, and you need to
install the version of “EagleEyes Lite+”.
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You have configured the IP address of your IVS device in the EagleEyes address book,
and it’s accessible from your mobile phone.
A human detection camera, AVM602V, is connected to a DCCS video channel of your
IVS DVR, or a human detection sensor, AVC917, is connected to your IVS network
camera.
The event record function of your IVS device is not disabled.
The motion detection function of your IVS device is not disabled.
Your IVS device is connected to Internet. For details, please refer to
http://www.surveillance-download.com/user/Network_Setting.pdf.
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A2.2 Enable Push Notification
A2.2.1 iPhone
Step1: In the iPhone main menu, select “Settings” “Notifications”.
-- Make sure “Notifications” is set to “ON”.
-- Select “EagleEyes”, and make sure its settings are set to “ON”.
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Step2: Then, return to the iPhone main menu, and select “EagleEyes” to enter the
address book.
Select the device you just added, and make sure the button is set to “ON” to
enable the Push Notification support of this IVS device.
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Step3: Try to trigger the human detection alarm and see if you will be notified.
A2.2.2 Android
In the address book, switch Guard from “OFF” to “ON”.
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APPENDIX 3. EAGLEEYES SUPPORT FOR IPHONE
Two versions of EagleEyes are designed for iPhone: One is free (EagleEyes Lite),
and the other is charged with $4.99 (EagleEyes Plus).
To know the differences between these two versions, please refer to the table
below, and select the one you need to download.
Lite
Plus
Address Book
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Time search and playback
N
Y
Auto playback after an event alarm is triggered*
Y
Y
People counting*
Y
Y
Smart zoom control
Y
Y
IR on / off control
Y
Y
PTZ auto tracking control
Y
Y
PTZ preset point setting
Y
Y
Real time video streaming
Y
Y
Real time audio streaming
Y
Y
Video quality control
Y
Y
Auto re-login after disconnected
Y
Y
Push Notification*
Y
Y
PTZ Hot Point control
Y
Y
Touch to zoom in / out in PTZ mode
Y
Y
Double-click to zoom max. in PTZ mode
Y
Y
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* These functions are for IVS DVR models only.
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APPENDIX 4. TROUBLESHOOTING
Below shows the five steps you should follow for remote access from your mobile
phone. If you get stuck in any of the steps, please refer to its possible solution(s).
If your problem is not related to any of them, please visit
http://www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_QnA.aspx for more details.
Step You should be able to …
1.
If not …
Download and install EagleEyes to my mobile Make sure you have checked all items listed in “1.1
phone successfully.
Prerequisites” at page 1.
Please write to us from
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx including the
brand and model no. of your mobile phone.
2.
Run EagleEyes and go to its address book.
Please write to us from
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx including the
brand and model no. of your mobile phone.
3.
Configure our demo site in your address
book, and access successfully:
Please configure another demo site in your address
book, and try to access:
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Address: http://ivs-4ch.dyndns.org
User name / Password: guest
Address: http://59.125.163.100:88
User name / Password: guest
If it works, that means your mobile network operator
might block specific ports for mobile network services
(At least, port 80 is blocked.) Please check with your
mobile network operator for more details and avoid
using these ports on your DVR or network camera.
If it still fails, and your phone is BlackBerry, please go
to “APPENDIX 5. APN SETTINGS FOR
BLACKBERRY” at page 16. You might need to finish
APN settings.
If it still fails, and your phone is not BlackBerry, please
write to us from
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx including the
brand and model no. of your mobile phone.
4.
Access to your DVR or network camera when 1. Make sure you have checked all items listed in “1.1
it’s access information is configured in your
Prerequisites” at page 1.
address book.
2. The IP information set in your address book is the
same as your DVR or network camera.
3. If it still fails, Please write to us from
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx including
the IP address, user name & password of your
device.
5.
See the live view of your DVR or network
camera via EagleEyes.
Please write to us from
www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_mail.aspx including the
IP address, user name & password of your device.
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APPENDIX 5. APN SETTINGS FOR BLACKBERRY
When using 3G connection, please make sure that Wi-Fi is off and APN is on. Then,
continue the APN settings.
When using Wi-Fi, there is no need to set APN.
A5.1 Where is APN
On most of the devices, it is in “Options” “TCP”.
On 7100 BlackBerry 7100 series, it is in “Tools” “Settings” “TCP”.
On 8700 BlackBerry 8700 series, it is in “Settings” “Options” “Advanced Options”
“TCP”.
A5.2 APN Settings
Take “Blackberry Bold 9000” as an example.
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1. Click “Option”, and select “Advanced Option” and then “TCP/IP”.
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2. As you are in the TCP/IP page, turn on APN.
Then, enter the name, gateway and the port of your mobile service provider if it is
needed.
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To learn more about APN setting for different service providers in different countries,
please check with your mobile service provider, or one of the following websites:
http://forums.pinstack.com/f24/tcp_apn_wap_gateway_port_carrier_settings-360/
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http://www.webmessenger.com/support/APN.jsp
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