AXIS 2400+ and AXIS 2401+ Video Servers Administration Manual

AXIS 2400+ and AXIS 2401+
Video Servers
Administration Manual
Installation instructions are also available in German, French and Spanish in this manual
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AXIS 2400+/2401+ Admin Manual
About This Document - This manual is intended for
administrators and users of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ Video
Server, and is applicable for software release 3.10. It
includes instructions for installing, using and managing
the AXIS 2400+/2401+ /AXIS 2400+/2401+ Blade on
your network. Previous experience of networking is of use
when installing and using this product. Some knowledge
of UNIX or Linux-based systems would also be beneficial
for developing custom PHP-based programming scripts
and applications. Later versions of this document will be
posted to the Axis Website, as required. See also the
product’s online help, available via the Web-based
interface.
Safety Notices Used In This Manual - Do not
proceed beyond any of the above notices until you have
fully understood the implications.
Caution! - Indicates a potential hazard that can damage
the product.
Important! - Indicates a hazard that can seriously impair
operation.
Intellectual Property Rights - Axis AB has
intellectual property rights relating to technology
embodied in the product described in this document. In
particular, and without limitation, these intellectual
property rights may include one or more of the patents
listed at http://www.axis.com/patent.htm and one or more
additional patents or pending patent applications in the
US and other countries.
Legal Considerations - Camera surveillance can be
prohibited by laws that vary from country to country.
Check the laws in your local region before using this
product for surveillance purposes.
Electromagnetic Compatibility (EMC) - This
equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio
frequency energy, and if not installed and used in
accordance with the instruction manual, may cause
interference to radio communications. Shielded cables
should be used to ensure compliance with EMC standards.
If the I/O terminal block connector is used, a ferrite core
(available e.g. from Axis) should be fitted around the
wires in order to ensure compliance with EMC standards.
USA - This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class A computing device
pursuant to Subpart B of Part 15 of FCC rules, which are
designed to provide reasonable protection against such
interference when operated in a commercial environment.
Operation of this equipment in a residential area is likely
to cause interference, in which case the user at his/her
own expense will be required to take whatever measures
may be required to correct the interference.
AXIS COMMUNICATIONS
<Product
Name> Quick User’s Guide
Europe This digital equipment fulfills the
requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of
EN55022/1994, and the requirements for immunity according
to EN55024/1998 residential, commercial, and light industry.
Liability - Every care has been taken in the preparation of
this manual; Please inform your local Axis office of any
inaccuracies or omissions. Axis Communications AB cannot be
held responsible for any technical or typographical errors and
reserves the right to make changes to the product and manuals
without prior notice. Axis Communications AB makes no
warranty of any kind with regard to the material contained
within this document, including, but not limited to, the implied
warranties of merchantability and fitness for a particular
purpose. Axis Communications AB shall not be liable nor
responsible for incidental or consequential damages in
connection with the furnishing, performance or use of this
material.
Trademark Acknowledgments - Acrobat, Adobe, Boa,
Ethernet, IBM, Internet Explorer, LAN Manager, Linux,
Macintosh, Microsoft, Netscape Navigator, OS/2, UNIX,
Windows, WWW are registered trademarks of the respective
holders. Java and all Java-based trademarks and logos are
trademarks or registered trademarks of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in
the United States and other countries. Axis Communications AB
is independent of Sun Microsystems Inc.
Support Services - Should you require technical
assistance, please contact your Axis reseller. If your questions
cannot be answered immediately, your reseller will forward
your queries through the appropriate channels to ensure a
rapid response. If you are connected to the Internet, you can:
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download user documentation and firmware updates
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find answers to resolved problems in the FAQ database.
Search by product, category, or phrases
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report problems to Axis support staff by logging in to
your private support area
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visit the Axis Support Web at www.axis.com/techsup/
Caution - This product contains a Lithium battery which is
used to back up the real time clock. This battery lasts more
than 10-15 years. Study the warning notice carefully before
replacing the battery. Do not replace or remove the battery
unless needed! Danger of explosion if battery is incorrectly
replaced. Replace only with the same or equivalent type
recommended by the manufacturer. Dispose of the battery
according to the manufacturer’s instructions.
AXIS 2400+/2401+ Administration Manual
Rev.1.02
Dated: December 2003
Part No: 21379
Copyright © Axis Communications AB, 2003
AXIS 2400+/2401+ Admin Manual
Table of Contents
Produktbeschreibung und Installationsanleitung
Decsription du Produit et Guide d’Installation
Descripción del producto y Guía de instalación
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AXIS 2400+ Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AXIS 2401+ Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
AXIS 2400+/2401+ Rear Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
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Hardware Inventory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 8
Installing on a Network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Verifying and Completing the Installation From Your Browser . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 10
Alternative IP Setup Methods . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Configuring the Video Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
The Administration Tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Designing your Application . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
General Server Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Dynamic IP Address Notification Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
Video Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
Serial Port Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Pan Tilt Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Modem Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Resetting to the Factory Default Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27
Using the Video Server . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Accessing your Surveillance Images . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Positional Control of the Video Sources . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30
Updating the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Obtaining Updated firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
Updating the firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 31
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Customizing the Video Server. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Modifying the File System . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Configuring using FTP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 32
Custom Web Pages . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 33
The RS-232 Interface . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Physical Connector . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 36
Connecting Pan/Tilt Devices . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 37
The I/O Terminal Block . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 38
Controlling and Monitoring . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 40
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 42
PINGing Your IP Address . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 43
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 46
Produktbeschreibung . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
AXIS 2400+ Bedienfeld, Ansicht von vorne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 48
AXIS 2401+ Bedienfeld, Ansicht von vorne . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
AXIS 2400+/2401+ Bedienfeld, Ansicht der Rückseite . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Lieferumfang . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
Installation im Netzwerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 51
Überprüfen und Abschließen der Installation von Ihrem Browser aus . . . . . . . . . . . . . 52
Werkseitige Standardeinstellungen . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 53
Description du produit . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Panneau avant du serveur AXIS 2400+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 54
Panneau avant du serveur AXIS 2401+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 55
Panneau arrière du serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Liste du matériel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 56
Installation sur un réseau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 57
Vérification et fin d’installation à partir de votre navigateur . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 58
Des paramètres d’usine par défaut . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 59
Descripción del producto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
AXIS 2400+ Panel frontal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 60
AXIS 2401+ Panel frontal . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 61
AXIS 2400+/2401+ Panel posterior . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
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Inventario de hardware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 62
Instalar en una red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 63
Verificando y completando la instalación desde su buscador web . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 64
Incluir los parámetros por defecto . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 65
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 66
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Product Description
Read the following information to familiarize yourself with the AXIS 2400+/2401+,
making particular note of where the connectors and indicators are located.
AXIS 2400+ Front Panel
Status Indicator
The multi-colored status indicator shows
the operational status of the server, as
described below:
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green - the indicator flashes briefly
and momentarily displays orange
during the start-up and self-test
routines; the indicator then displays
green to indicate a healthy unit status.
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red - the indicator will display red
only if there is a problem with the
AXIS 2400+
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orange - flashes orange when resetting to the factory default settings.
Power Indicator
The Power indicator is normally lit while
power is applied. If it is not lit, or it
flashes, there is a problem with the AXIS
2400+ external power source.
Serial Number
Located on the underside label of the AXIS
2400+, the serial number is identical to the
unit’s MAC/Ethernet address.
Network Indicator
After completion of the startup
and self test routines, the
multi-colored Network Indicator
flashes independently, as follows:
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yellow - indicating network activity on a 10Mbps
Ethernet network
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green - indicating network
activity on a 100Mbps Fast
Ethernet network
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red - indicating no physical
connection to the network.
DIP Switches
A corresponding line termination
switch for each of the supported
video outputs. All units are
shipped with the line termination
enabled for each supported video
input; that is, with the DIP
switches set in the down-position.
If the AXIS 2400+ is to be connected in parallel with other
equipment, disable the input termination by turning the corresponding DIP switch to the
up-position (OFF). Failure to do
this can cause the picture quality
to be impaired.
Control Button
This button is recessed within the product casing. Using a suitably pointed object, press this
button to restore the factory default settings,
as described in Network Settings, on page 21.
Video Inputs
Accommodates up to 4 separate video sources
(VIDEO 1- VIDEO 4) simultaneously.
Each supported video input is terminated using a
coax/BNC connector. Physical connections made
using RG59 75 Ohm coax video cable have a recommended maximum length of 800 feet (250
meters).
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Product Description
AXIS 2401+ Front Panel
Status Indicator
The multi-colored status indicator
defines the operational status of the
server, as described below:
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green - the indicator flashes briefly
and momentarily displays orange
during the start-up and self-test
routines; the indicator then displays
green to indicate a healthy unit status.
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red - the indicator will display red
only if a problem with the AXIS
2401+ has occurred
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orange - flashes orange when resetting the factory default settings.
Power Indicator
The Power indicator is normally lit while
power is applied. If it is not lit, or it
flashes, there is a problem with the AXIS
2401+ external power source.
Video Input
Coaxial BNC connector supporting a single video source. The
physical connection is made using
RG59, 75 Ohm coax video cable;
with a recommended maximum
length of 800 feet (250 meters).
Network Indicator
After completion of the startup
and self test routines, the
multi-colored Network Indicator flashes independently, as
follows:
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yellow - indicating network
activity on a 10Mbps
Ethernet network
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green - indicating network
activity on a 100Mbps Fast
Ethernet network
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red - indicating no physical
connection to the network.
DIP Switch
A single line termination for the
supported video output. Units are
shipped with the line termination
enabled; that is, with the DIP
switch set in the down-position.
If the AXIS 2401+ is to be connected in parallel with other
equipment, disable the input termination by turning the corresponding DIP switch to the
up-position (OFF). Failure to do so
can cause the picture quality to
be impaired.
Control Button
This button is recessed
within the product casing.
Using a suitably pointed
object, press this button to
restore the factory default
settings. For further information, refer to Network
Settings, on page 21.
Serial Number
Located on the underside label of the AXIS
2401+, the serial number is identical to the
unit’s MAC/Ethernet address.
Video Output
A single video
loopthrough (VIDEO
OUT) connected in
parallel with VIDEO IN
and terminated with a
coax/BNC connector.
Allows direct connection of an external
monitor. Set dipswitch
to OFF when in use.
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AXIS 2400+/2401+ Rear Panel
I/O Terminal Block
The I/O Terminal Block connector is located between the two serial ports on the
rear panel and provides the physical interface to one relay switch output, four
digital photo-coupled inputs, and an RS-485 interface. Use this connector for
transmitting data over multi-drop communication lines, RS-485 Pan Tilt devices,
and external triggering - typically associated with CCTV equipment. The connector
can be utilized as an alternative connection point for DC supply to the unit.
Power Supply Connector
A single Jack socket (PS-D) for
connection of the AXIS
2400+/2401+ power supply. The
terminal block connector provides
an auxiliary connection point for
AC or DC power to the unit.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
PS-D
COM 2
COM 1
ETHERNET
10/100
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
RS-232 Serial Connectors
Two 9-pin D-sub connectors providing RS-232 serial
connection. Typically used for Pan/Tilt device interface.
COM1 is multiplexed with the RS-485 port via the Terminal Block Connector. COM2 can also be used for connecting a modem or the AXIS 2191 Audio Module.
Network Connector
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ is designed for 10 Mbps Ethernet
and 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet networks and connects to the
network via a standard RJ45 connector. Supporting NWAY,
the AXIS 2400+/2401+ detects the speed of the local network segment and varies the speed of data communication
accordingly (between 10 Mbps and 100 Mbps).
Hardware Inventory
Check the items supplied with your AXIS 2400+/2401+ against the following list:
Item
Title/Variants
Item
Title/Variants
Video Server
AXIS 2400+
AXIS 2401+
Power Supply (PS-D)
Printed Items
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Europe
UK
Australia
USA
Japan
Warranty Document
Note:
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The power supply for your AXIS 2400+/2401+ is country-specific. Please check that the
type you are using is correct.
The AXIS 2400+ and AXIS 2401+ are also available as Blade versions for rack mounted
video server solutions. See the Axis Web site at www.axis.com for more information.
If you are installing an AXIS 2400+ Blade or AXIS 2401+ Blade, please refer to the
Axis Rack Mounted Video Server Solution Installation Guide for additional
instructions.
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Installing on a Network
• Standard installation - Follow the instructions below to install on an Ethernet network.
• Alternative IP Setup Methods, on page 11 (UNIX, Macintosh, Windows)
• These instructions are available in German, French and Spanish. Refer to Table of Contents, on page 3
❶Connect the video output of your camera(s) to the AXIS
2400+/2401+ video port(s) using standard 75 Ohm coaxial video cable,
with a BNC-connector. If your camera is supplied with a standard
phono-type (RCA) connector, use a BNC-to-RCA converter.
❷Note the Serial number on the
underside of the unit. You need to
know this to set the IP address.
Serial number same as
MAC/Ethernet number; e.g.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸Using an appropriate method for your operating system, assign your product with a unique IP
address from a computer on your network, as follows:
Windows only - Start a DOS window and type these commands:
UNIX only - Type this in your command line:
Syntax - The ping command is followed by -l (lower case L):
Syntax:
arp -s <Server IP address> <MAC/Ethernet address>
ping -l 408 -t <Server IP address>
arp -s <IP address> <MAC/Ethernet address> temp
ping -s 408 <IP address>
Example:
Example:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86
ping -l 408 -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping -s 408 172.21.1.200
Note:
In some Unix systems, the arp command can be located in a directory that is not on the
command path.
You will now see ‘Request timed out...’ messages repeatedly returned in the window.
❹Connect an Ethernet cable to the AXIS
2400+/2401+ and attach it to the network.
Network socket
RJ-45 connector
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❺Connect the power supply to the unit and connect
it to your main power supply.
Power Supply
Connector
❻Approximately 10-15 seconds after connecting
the power supply, the message ‘Reply from
172.21.1.200...’ - or similar, is returned
within the window. Ensure that the Power Indicator is permanently lit and that the Network Indicator flashes intermittently.
❼Exit ping. The installation is now complete, and you are ready to
access the AXIS 2400+/2401+ from your browser, as described in
the next section.
Network Indicator
Power Indicator
Verifying and Completing the Installation From Your Browser
❶Start your browser and enter the IP address of the
AXIS 2400+/2401+ in the location/address field.
❷Click the Installation Wizard. The wizard guides
you through the remaining installation procedures.
Important!
• The AXIS 2400+/01+ is supplied with one pre-configured Administrator user name and password, set
to root and pass, respectively. The Administrator password must be changed to prevent unauthorized
access to the Admin Tools and/or product images, as defined in the Security Settings.
• To enable live images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, set your browser to allow ActiveX controls and
perform a once-only installation of Axis' ActiveX component onto your workstation (as prompted). If
your working environment restricts additional software components, you can configure your AXIS
2400+/01+to use a Java applet for updating the images (Web page - Image Settings).
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Installing on a Network
Alternative IP Setup Methods
As an alternative to the ARP command, you can set the IP address for your AXIS
2400+/2401+ using one of the following methods depending on your operating system:
Before you begin:
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Make sure the AXIS 2400+/2401+ is powered up and connected to the network.
Acquire an unused IP address from your Network Administrator, do NOT attempt to use the IP
address in the examples in this manual.
No special privileges required for Windows 95/98/ME or XP (Home)
Administrator privileges required for Windows NT/2000 and XP (Professional)
Root privileges required for UNIX systems
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ is pre-configured with a unique Ethernet/MAC Address based on the serial
number printed on the underside label of the unit.
UNIX
BOOTP - this method operates over the entire network. A request to an active daemon
initiates a search of the boot table to find an entry matching the unit’s Ethernet address.
The daemon downloads the IP address to the device if a match is found (requires a BOOTP
daemon on your system).
Macintosh
Before you begin:
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The AXIS 2400+/2401+ has a default IP address of 192.168.0.90
Changing the IP address for a Macintosh does not require a reboot
There are limitations in the ActiveX Support in Internet Explorer running on the Macintosh. The recommended solution for viewing images from the AXIS 2400+/2401+ on a Macintosh work station is
to use Netscape Navigator
Setting the IP address from a Macintosh workstation:
1. Assign a temporary IP address to your Mac workstation in the same subnet as the
default IP address of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ (e.g. 192.168.0.91).
2. Enter the default IP address (192.168.0.90) in your browser to access the internal Web
pages of the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
3. Run the Installation wizard in the AXIS 2400+/2401+ and set the desired IP address.
4. Reset the correct IP address for your Macintosh workstation.
5. Proceed to Verifying and Completing the Installation From Your Browser, on page 10
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Windows
AXIS IP Utility is a Windows software application
that installs the AXIS 2400+/2401+ to your network.
Download the AXIS IP Utility software free of charge
from the Support pages. Double-click the setup.exe
file and follow the on-screen instructions to install
the software on your computer.
Follow the instructions below to set the IP address
using AXIS IP Utility:
1. Acquire an unused IP address for your AXIS 2400+/2401+.
Note: AXIS IP Utility detects the IP address subnet your computer is connected in. The
video server must be connected in the same subnet.
2. Connect the AXIS 2400+/2401+ to your network using a standard (RJ-45) network
cable.
3. Connect the power to the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
4. Start AXIS IP Utility on your computer.
5. Enter the serial number (the serial number is located on the label on the underside of
the video server):
6. Enter the IP address acquired for your AXIS 2400+/2401+ and click Set IP.
7. When prompted by AXIS IP Utility, restart the video server by disconnecting and
reconnecting the external power supply.
8. A message confirming that the IP address has been set will be displayed, click OK.
9. Click View Home Page to access the internal Web pages of the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
10. Proceed to Verifying and Completing the Installation From Your Browser, on page 10.
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Configuring the Video Server
After deciding on the application you wish to develop and having installed your AXIS
2400+/2401+, the unit is now connected directly to a local area network.
This section describes how to configure the AXIS 2400+/2401+ and is intended specifically
for product Administrators – who normally have high-level privileges denied to ordinary
users.
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ is configured from a standard browser (Netscape Navigator 4.x or
Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x/5.x), by using the Administration Tools.
Important!
To access the AXIS 2400+/2401+ configuration pages, you must first set the IP address, as described in
Installing on a Network, on page 9.
The Administration Tools
The Web-based Administration tools are displayed in an intuitive graphical user interface
that allows simple point-and-click system configuration. How to access and use the tools is
explained in the following pages.
Tip!
On-line help
is available on every page of the AXIS 2400+/2401+Web interface.
This information is of particular relevance when configuring the unit and should be used as a
first point of reference for resolving any administration queries. The help system is stored
internally in the unit.
Accessing the Tools
Follow the instructions below to access the Administration Tools from a browser:
1. Start the browser and enter the name or IP address of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ in the
location/address field.
Example!
http://172.21.1.200/
2. The Application page is now displayed. Click the Admin button to display the
Administration Overview page and the Administration Tools.
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3. The various components of the video server are shown as icons on the page. Simply
click the desired component and configure it directly from here.
Important!
• If this is the first time you have accessed the AXIS 2400+/2401+, the Welcome page will be now be
displayed. Click the button for the Installation Wizard and configure your application.
• To enable the updating of images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, set your browser to allow ActiveX
controls and perform a once-only installation of Axis' ActiveX component onto your workstation. If
your workstation restricts the downloading of additional software components, you can alternatively
configure your AXIS 2400+/2401+ to use a Java applet for updating the images.
• Administrators can choose not to display the Administration and other navigational buttons from the
user interface. Selecting this feature ultimately means that the Administration tools can then only be
accessed by entering the full Admin address into the browser’s URL field; for example:
http://172.21.1.200/admin/.
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Admin Tools - Overview
The Administration Tools provide access to the following tools and parameters:
Installation Wizard
Sets all of the parameters required for securely viewing images directly in a browser;
including: TCP/IP (Network), SMTP (e-mail), Date/Time, and System Security settings.
Use the Application Wizard for developing the following applications:
Application Wizard
• transmitting images to a remote server on your network
• sending e-mails with embedded images, or links to recorded video streams
• developing alarm or time-based image applications
Set the system date & time,
manually or automatically.
Date and Time
General
Security
Layout
Define the user name and password
for administratrors and users.
Choose your default viewer and personal settings.
These 4 buttons show various
product information.
Set server parameters to factory default.
Restart the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
Network
Video
(with or without
Pan/Tilt)
Specify the system settings for the supported networking protocols, including:
TCP/IP (Network settings), DNS (Domain Name System Settings) and SMTP (E-Mail
Settings). Also provides access to the settings for Dynamic IP Address Notification
Driver Specific
Settings
Refine the Driver Specific Settings. (Only
visible if the video source is connected
to a pan tilt device).
Image
Set the image features; such as: displaying text, clock, color, Black & White etc.
Preset Positions
Create and recall Pan Tilt and Zoom preset conditions (only visible if the video
source is connected to a pan tilt device).
Modem
Define the type of modem to use and specify
the flow control, initialization string and other
settings. (COM2 only).
Audio
Use and configure the AXIS 2191 Audio Module (COM2 only).
Pan Tilt
Select a pan tilt device. Note: This icon is displayed under a Serial Port icon only if the purpose of the serial port is defined as Pan Tilt.
COM
Port
Configure the connection to your ISP and edit
PPP-scripts.
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Designing your Application
Using the Wizards
Click the Admin Overview button and use the Wizards (explained below) to quickly
establish the parameters necessary for an application:
Installation Wizard
Sets all of the parameters required for viewing images directly in a browser.
Parameters / Options
Description
Users
Define or edit the Administrator password (the Administrator user name is permanently set to root, and
the default password is set to pass), or define, add and delete user names and passwords.
TCP/IP
Specify the IP Address for your AXIS 2400+/2401+. If you intend to use DNS names, specify the Domain
Name and the IP-addresses for the primary and secondary DNS servers. You may also optionally specify a
Host Name for the AXIS 2400+/2401+. There is also an option for restricting the network bandwidth
usage and for selecting the appropriate media.
Date and Time
Synchronize the internal clock of the AXIS 2400+/2401+. This can be done manually or automatically,
from an NTP server or your computer clock. There is also an option that automatically adjusts the time
for daylight saving.
Image Settings
Choose monochrome or color images, and define the quality of the images. Remember: the higher the
quality of the images - the greater the file sizes and the network bandwidth requirements.
Video Modulation
Detection of the type of video modulation used.
Application Wizard
Use this wizard to develop applications for:
• Transmitting images to a remote server on your network
• Sending e-mails with embedded images or links to recorded video streams
• Developing alarm or time-based image applications
Parameters / Options
Upload Images
Alarms and buffers
Description
Specify the video sources and proceed to define how and when your images will be transmitted:
•
upload images continuously
•
upload images only when an alarm event occurs.
Define:
•
digital input alarm conditioning
•
pre- and post-alarm buffer settings
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Description
Configure:
•
network protocol for uploading images (FTP or SMTP)
•
SMTP settings and the e-mail recipient (if used)
•
FTP path name and security settings (if used)
Upload images via FTP
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) is used to exchange files between computers on a network.
Using the Application Wizard, configure the AXIS 2400+/2401+ to upload images to an
FTP server on your network.
Before you begin:
If you do not have an FTP server on your network, you can install one on your own computer. Both Commercial FTP servers and
freeware are available.
Check your FTP server connection to make sure that you have
access to the files and that the Host Name /IP address is valid.
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Start a Command Prompt on your PC:
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Type: ftp yourcompany.com and press Enter
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Type: your username and press Enter
Note: To avoid unnecessary DNS traffic and to speed up the
connection, it may be better to use the IP address instead of the
Host Name,
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Type: your password and press Enter
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You should receive: User logged on
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Type: dir
If you are using the Host Name, make sure that you specify your
DNS server details in Admin | Network Settings | DNS
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You should receive the list of files on your FTP server
Note: check the file structure in order to know which
‘Upload Path’ to define (see below)
If the connection is OK, proceed to the Application Wizard to
configure the video server to upload images to your FTP server.
In the Application Wizard, enter the following information:
1. Select the video cameras (1-4) providing the images to be uploaded (AXIS 2400+ only)
2. Define when the images are to be uploaded - continuously or when an event occurs.
3. Define the preferred protocol (FTP).
4. Enter the Host Name or IP address of the
FTP server.
5. Enter the user name and password of your
FTP server.
6. Detailed FTP setting for the advanced
user: if there is a firewall between the
video server and FTP server, you may need
to check Use Passive Mode.
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7. Upload path - enter the path to the folder on your FTP server where the images are to
be stored e.g. images/
8. Base File Name - enter a descriptive name for the uploaded images (default ‘image’).
9. Enter the desired image size and select one of the options (see descriptions below):
Overwrite
The latest uploaded file will overwrite previous files
Date/time Suffix
Each uploaded file will be saved as ‘FileNameDateTime.jpg’
e.g. image_YYMMDD_HHMMSS
Sequence Number Suffix set to Maximum
Each uploaded file will be saved as ‘FileName1.jpg’ with no limit to the
amount of files uploaded.
Sequence Number Suffix set Up To:
Each uploaded file will be saved as ‘FileName1.jpg’ with a set limit.
When the limit is reached, the files will be named ‘FileName1.jpg’ and
will overwrite existing files of the same name.
• Allowing unlimited files to be uploaded may cause capacity problems, depending on the
configuration of the FTP server
• All uploaded images will be in the JPEG format
10. Once the Application Wizard is completed, click Finish to save the settings
Upload images via SMTP
Using the Application Wizard, configure the AXIS 2400+/2401+ to send live images as an
email attachment to a pre-defined email address or address list.
1. To Email - define the email address of the recipient(s)
2. Subject - enter a text for the email subject field e.g. Video Server image
3. Text - enter a text to include in the email e.g. Image generated by an Axis Video
Server
4. Server Link - include a link to the AXIS 2400+/2401+ in the email
5. Once the Application Wizard is completed, click Finish to save the settings
Having used the Wizards for initially configuring your application, refer to the on-line Help and use the
Administration Tools for refining the application to meet your specific requirements.
General Server Settings
Click the Video Server icon to display and/or edit the following settings:
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Date and Time
Click the Date and Time icon to set the date and time, automatically, or manually.
Automatic setting of the date and time requires you to either synchronize the time with
that on your computer or, alternatively, to provide the IP address of an NTP server. To
automatically adjust the time to reflect changes made by daylight saving, check the box
provided. Click Save to register the settings with the Video Server.
Security
To prevent unauthorized use of the Video Server, access is password-protected and
restricted to defined Users and Administrators only. Administrators have unrestricted
access to the Administration Tools and can determine the registration of all other users.
As an Administrator, click the Security icon to either:
• define or edit the Administrator password (the Administrator user name is permanently set to
root, with the default password set to pass)
• configure, add or delete user names and passwords
Important!
Upon delivery, the AXIS 2400+/2401+ is configured for open access (anonymous users), with one
pre-configured Administrator user name and password, set to root and pass, respectively. The Administrator password should always be changed, to prevent unauthorized access to the Admin Tools and/or
product images. Furthermore, all Axis products are supplied with these defaults.
By default, the AXIS 2400+/2401+ supports anonymous user access, which means that
anybody on the Internet/intranet has access to the video images and Admin Tools from a
browser. Entering at least one user name and password for an authorized user in the
Security page will disable anonymous access, and thereafter only allow defined users. If
the anonymous user service is satisfactory for your application, do not add any users. The
Administrator password should, however, still be changed.
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Layout Settings
Using the Layout settings, you can define your default viewer and enable a wide range of
personal features for inclusion on the product’s Home Page.
Default viewer for Internet Explorer
To enable the updating of images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, set your browser to allow
ActiveX controls and perform a once-only installation of the Axis ActiveX component
onto your workstation. If your computer restricts the downloading of additional software
components, you can instead configure your AXIS 2400+/2401+ to use a Java applet for
updating the images. Click the appropriate button for your choice and then click OK.
Personal Settings
Many of the features on the Home page can be customized. For example, you can quickly
change the background color and include your corporate logo by clicking the appropriate
radio buttons and providing the appropriate URL for any given object.
Refer to the on-line help for more information on personal settings.
Caution!
Unchecking the Show Admin box removes the Admin button from the product Home Page, and effectively means that the Administration Tools can then only be accessed by entering the full Admin address
into the browser’s URL-field; for example: http://172.21.1.200/admin/.
View Parameter List
The Parameter List provides a comprehensive list of all of the system parameters and their
current settings. Click View Parameter List to display the list.
View Log File
System messages are recorded in a single log file and stored in product memory.
Consequently, the file can be used for examining system events. The log file also serves as
a useful diagnostic tool when attempting to resolve any problem that might occur. See also
Troubleshooting, on page 42.
To display the latest server messages since the last Restart of the system, click the View
Log File button.
View Server Report
This button shows important information about the server status and settings.
View Release Notes
This button opens a window showing the release notes for the installed firmware.
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Emergency Actions
In certain circumstances it may become necessary to perform a Restart of the AXIS
2400+/2401+, or to return it to its Factory Default settings. Both of these actions can be
performed by clicking the appropriate button on this page. Please see Resetting to the
Factory Default Settings, on page 27, for more information.
Network Settings
Click the Network icon to display, edit and refine the settings for:
• TCP/IP - used by the Video Server for transmitting data over the network.
• DNS (Domain Name System) - the Internet service used by the product for translating domain
names into IP addresses.
• SMTP (E-mail) - this is the protocol for sending e-mail messages between mail servers on the
network.
• Miscellaneous - set the network media and to restrict the bandwidth used by the product.
Configure the Network Settings with reference to the on-line help and the table below:
TCP/IP Parameters
DHCP
BOOTP
IP address
Default Router
Subnet Mask
Host Name
DNS Parameters
Domain Name
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
SMTP Parameters
Primary Mail Server
Secondary Mail Server
Return Address
Miscellaneous
Select Media
Max Bandwidth
HTTP Port Number
Description
Enable DHCP to allow automatic IP address assignment. Requires a DHCP server on the network.
Enable the BOOTP protocol for automatic IP address assignment. See Alternative IP Setup Methods, on
page 11.
Specifies the video server’s IP address.
Specifies the network router the video server will use.
If unsure what value to use, contact your system administrator. Typically set to 255.255.255.0.
If you are using a DNS server on your network (see below), this is usually the same as the assigned DNS
Name.
Description
Enter the name of the domain your AXIS 2400+/2401+ belongs to.
Defines the IP address of the primary DNS server. This is used for identifying a computer by name instead
of IP address.
The IP address of the secondary DNS server. This will be used if the primary DNS server is unavailable.
Description
Defines the server that provides your mail facilities.
Defines a secondary server that can provide mail facilities in the event of the primary server being
unavailable.
The reply address for e-mails sent by the AXIS 2400+/2401+; that is, the name that will appear in the
‘From’ field of the dispatched e-mail.
Description
This does not normally need to be changed, but if you have specific needs - due to the use of network
switches or similar equipment, select the type of network media here.
With the default set to unlimited, this parameter defines a restriction on the network bandwidth used by
the video server; particularly useful for a connection to a busy network.
This does not normally need to be changed, but may be, if you have particular requirements. Typically set
to port 80.
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DHCP
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) is a protocol that lets network administrators
centrally manage and automate the assignment of IP addresses in an organization's
network.
Important!
DHCP should only be enabled if you know which IP address the AXIS 2400+/2401+ will get from the
DHCP server, or if your version of DHCP can update a DNS server, which then allows you to access the
AXIS 2400+/2401+ by name. If DHCP is enabled and you cannot access the unit, you may have to reset
it to the factory default settings (see page 27) and then perform the installation again (see page 9).
Dynamic IP Address Notification Settings
When the IP address changes by means beyond your control, such as by DHCP or PPP, you
can choose to be notified of the change via HTTP, FTP or SMTP. Click the icon to display,
edit and refine the settings for address notification.
Referring to the on-line help and the table below, configure the dynamic IP address
notification settings.
Parameter
HTTP
Description
Enabling HTTP means the server will send an HTTP GET request to the specified URL. This can then easily
be taken care of by a designated cgi-script, which registers the request by some means. Custom
parameters can be used by entering them in the field provided. The fields User Name and Password,
(located directly below the field for Custom Parameters) should be used if the script is password
protected. If you need to pass a proxy server to connect to the URL for the host, provide your user
information in the relevant fields. See also the On-line help for more information.
SMTP
Enabling SMTP will send an e-mail notification of any change in IP address. Enter the recipient’s address
and a sender’s address, as well as any text you want to appear in the subject of the e-mail. Note that you
must configure the mail server under Network Settings. See also the On-line help for more information.
FTP
Saves a notification file on an FTP server. Provide the connection details for the server and your user name
and password. If there is a firewall between the server and the FTP server, it is recommended that Passive
Mode is enabled. There are 3 levels of TXT Type to choose from; Short - the IP address only; Extended multi-line file; and HTML - contains the same information as Extended, but includes HTML tags. See also
the On-line help for more information.
TXT Field
Specify your own text to include in the notification.
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Video Settings
Each Video icon in the graphic display represents a supported video input to the AXIS
2400+/2401+. A video source that is not enabled will be indicated by the Disabled icon;
whereas a cross (x) visible to the left of the icon means that the input is enabled, but the
associated video signal is not present on the input. Click a video icon to configure that
camera/source.
Enabling and Disabling - Checking the Video enabled box enables or disables the respective
video port. Disabling the source will disable the Video icon in the application page.
Pan Tilt Serial Port - From the drop-down list, choose the serial port that will control the
respective video source. The devices displayed in the drop-down list correspond to the
defined Purpose of the port and selected device for each port. Please see the Axis Web site
at www.axis.com for a list of currently supported devices. Selecting a COM-port that has
been configured for pan tilt will reveal a button that opens the dialog for making Driver
Specific Settings.
Important!
The port must be defined as a Pan Tilt port before you can select it for controlling the video source.
Image Settings
Click the Image Settings
button to set the image features for the video source(s).
As the AXIS 2400+ supports up to four video inputs, you can choose to implement your
preferred settings generically - that is, for all connected video sources, or specifically limiting your settings to the selected video source.
From the Apply settings to drop-down list, select whether your settings are to be applied
specifically or generically; that is, to Video X (1,2,3 or 4) or to All Videos.
With reference to the table below, configure the image settings to your requirements:
Header
Date & time
Text
Image
Color
Resolution
Compression
Offset Adjustments
XOffset, YOffset
Description
Check to enable time display in the selected video source(s).
Enable or disable the display of a text string in the selected video image. Type the text
string that you want to display in the adjacent field.
Display Color or Black and White video images.
Set the required resolution for your images.
Determines the compression factor (0-100) for the selected video source. Lower
compression optimizes picture quality, but generates larger image file sizes, requiring
greater network bandwidth and storage space.
Enter values in these fields to change the horizontal and vertical synchronization for the
image(s). This can be used to eliminate any black border surrounding the image.
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•Image control can also be achieved directly using CGI parameters in the image URL. See below
for more information.
CGI parameters - using CGI parameters embedded in a URL request will temporarily override
any parameters defined in the Image Settings dialog. For detailed CGI information, refer to
the Axis Camera API, HTTP - Interface Specification, available from our website at
www.axis.com
HTTP API - All Axis network cameras and video servers have an HTTP-based application
programming interface (API). This HTTP API provides functionality for requesting images,
controlling network camera functions (PTZ, relays etc.) and setting/retrieving internal
parameter values. The purpose of the API is to make it easier to develop applications that
support Axis network video products. For examples, please refer to Controlling and
Monitoring, on page 40.
Preset Positions
(This button is only visible if a Pan / Tilt device has been configured)
To enable quick and accurate camera PTZ positioning to known camera hotspots, the
Administrator can control and record any camera orientation as a named entity - creating
up to twenty Preset Positions that can be used at any time.
Defining Preset Positions
The camera orientation for the selected video source is controlled by Pan Tilt and Zoom
control bars. Follow the instructions below to define a preset position:
1. Click the Preset Position button. An image from the selected source (at its current
position) is displayed in a new window.
2. By clicking in the image or by using the Pan Tilt and Zoom control bars, move the
camera to the desired position.
3. Enter a descriptive name in the Current Position field.
4. Click Save to register the new preset position with the AXIS 2400+/2401+ and then
check that the new name is included in the Preset Positions drop-down list. You can
alternatively choose to save the position as a new Home position. Setting Home
positions for several video sources (AXIS 2400+ only) will cause these to be named as
Home1, Home2, etc.
5. Click Remove to remove this or any other preset position in the list.
Established preset positions are selected from the Preset Positions drop-down list in the
application viewing environment, or when viewing a specific video source.
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Serial Port Settings
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ is supplied with two internal serial ports that are managed directly
from the user interface:
• Serial Port 1- Typically used for controlling PTZ devices, this port can be logically connected to
the RS-232 COM 1 port or the RS-485/422 port on the Terminal Block Connector, and is
configurable as either an RS-232 or RS-485/422 port.
Click the COM1 icon in the graphic interface to determine the Purpose, Interface Mode and
Communication Settings for the port.
• Serial Port 2 - logically connected to COM2, this port is used for connecting a PTZ device, a
modem, or the AXIS 2191 Audio Module. Click the COM2 icon in the graphic interface to set
the Purpose and Communication Settings for the port.
Purpose
From the drop-down list, select the purpose of the port from the following alternatives:
• Pan Tilt - Select this if you wish to use a Pan Tilt Zoom device. An icon for PTZ appears below
the port icon. Click the PTZ icon and, from the drop-down list, choose from among the Pan Tilt
devices supported by the AXIS 2400+/2401+. See the Axis Web site at www.axis.com for a list
of currently supported devices.
• Modem - Select this to connect a V.90 compatible modem to your AXIS 2400+/2401+ (Port 2
only).
• AXIS 2191 Audio Module - This add-on device, supplied separately, provides your video server
with audio capability. Please visit the Axis Web site for more information.
Interface Mode (COM1)
From the drop-down list you can configure COM1 as either an RS-232 or an RS-485 port.
Selecting the former logically connects Serial Port 1 to the COM1 connector, whereas the
latter connects the port to the Terminal Block Connector.
Notes: •Most CCTV equipment supports the RS-485 standard - a bi-directional, half-duplex standard for
transmitting data over multi-drop communication lines. Supporting up to 32 drivers and 32
receivers over a single twisted-pair cable, the maximum cable length should not exceed 4000
feet (1220 meters). Typically used for connecting a single PC to several addressable devices over
the same cable.
•Many Video cameras support RS-232, as it provides for reliable point-to-point communication
at low data transmission rates. Your wiring distances should be limited to 200 feet (60 meters)
for asynchronous data lines, and to about 50 feet (15 meters) on synchronous lines.
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COM Settings
Using the drop-down lists for Baud Rate, Data Bits, Stop Bits and Parity; match the AXIS
2400+/2401+ data transmission formats with the devices connected to the COM1 and
COM2 ports. Select the default settings or make your own adjustments to suit.
Note:
Detailed communication settings for each supported Pan/Tilt device can be obtained from
www.axis.com. See also the documentation supplied with your Pan Tilt device.
Pan Tilt Settings
Before selecting an appropriate driver for connecting Pan Tilt devices:
• Ensure that your pan tilt devices are properly connected. Instructions for the physical connection of pan tilt devices are provided in The RS-232 Interface.
• Define the port’s purpose as Pan Tilt. See page 25.
• Specify the related Interface Mode (COM1 only).
• Define the Communications Settings for the serial port.
Choosing the Pan Tilt Driver
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ supports a variety of stand-alone Pan Tilt devices as standard.
Follow this procedure to set up your Pan Tilt device:
1. Select the icon for the COM-port you have set to use Pan Tilt.
2. Click the Pan Tilt icon under the port icon and select the driver for your Pan Tilt
device. Click Save. The video server will then request a restart. Click OK.
3. Click the Video icon for the video input you wish to use with the selected driver. Under
Pan Tilt Serial Port, select the COM-port you configured in steps 1 and 2.
4. If there are Driver Specific Settings available for the driver, a button is provided for
this purpose. If the default settings are OK for your needs, then you need do nothing.
For specific instructions on how to refine the respective Driver Specific Settings, see
the list of supported Pan Tilt devices at www.axis.com. See also the documentation
supplied with your PTZ device.
Modem Settings
After configuring COM2 to use a modem, click the Modem icon to select and configure
your modem. The AXIS 2400+/2401+ supports most v.90-compatible modems. Click the
ISP icon to define the connection to your ISP. To edit the supplied modem and PPP scripts,
click Advanced Modem Settings. These scripts should be used with caution - if not used
correctly they may render your unit unusable.
Refer to the on-line help for more information on these topics.
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Resetting to the Factory Default Settings
In certain circumstances, it may be necessary to reset to the Factory Default settings for
your AXIS 2400+/2401+. This is performed by clicking the appropriate button within the
Administration Tools, or by using the Control Button.
The Control Button is recessed within the product casing and located between the VIDEO 3
and VIDEO 4 input connectors on the AXIS 2400+, and to the left of the VIDEO OUT
connector on the AXIS 2401+.
Follow the instructions below to reset to the product factory default settings, using the
Control button:
1. Switch off the AXIS 2400+/2401+ by disconnecting the power cable.
2. Using a suitably pointed object, press in and keep the Control Button pressed.
While the button is pressed, reconnect the power supply cable.
3. Keep the button pressed until the Status Indicator displays yellow (note that this may
take up to 15 seconds). Now release the Control Button. When the Status Indicator
changes to green (which may take up to 60 seconds) the AXIS 2400+/2401+ will then
have been reset to the original factory default settings.
Note:
Resetting to the factory default settings will cause all parameters (including the IP address) to
be reset. Refer to Installing on a Network, on page 9, or Other IP Setup Methods, on page 32,
for information on how to set the IP address.
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Using the Video Server
This section is intended specifically for system Users; that is, personnel responsible for
using the AXIS 2400+/2401+ as part of an integrated surveillance system.
Important!
• Your system Administrator has installed the AXIS 2400+/2401+ on your computer network, connected one or more surveillance video cameras to the unit, and tailored the user functions and general look and feel of the system to meet your specific surveillance needs. Consequently, many of the
functions and examples provided within the section may differ from those displayed in your system.
• Any deficiencies or shortcomings in your application should be referred to the system administrator,
who has high-level privileges that are normally denied to ordinary users.
• On-line help
may not be available from the user interface, as access to this information may be
denied by your system administrator.
Accessing your Surveillance Images
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ can be used with most operating systems; Windows, Linux, UNIX,
Mac, and several others. You can access the AXIS 2400+/2401+ from Netscape Navigator
4.x or Internet Explorer 4.x or 5.x (see the note below).
Follow the instructions below to access your surveillance images:
1. Start your browser.
2. Enter the name or IP address of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ into the Location/Address field
(URL) of your browser:
Example!
http://172.21.1.200/
A video image, similar to one of the examples featured on page 29, is now displayed in
your browser.
Note:
To enable the updating of images in Microsoft Internet Explorer, you must set your browser to
allow ActiveX controls and perform a once-only installation of Axis' ActiveX component onto
your workstation. If your computer prohibits the downloading of additional software components, you can alternatively configure your AXIS 2400+/2401+ to use a Java applet for updating the images. For more information on this, please refer to the on-line Help.
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Typical Image Styles
Because the look and feel of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ user interface is set up by the
Administrator, the image formats and page styles can vary considerably. Typical layout
styles are featured below - but there are many others that can be used.
Typical quad image style.
Typical single image style - with a configured pan tilt
zoom device. Note that the functions available
depend on your pan tilt zoom device.
Disconnected Video Sources
All Disabled or Disconnected video cameras are displayed with an appropriate text
message in single-display viewing areas; that is, when a source other than VIDEO ALL is
selected.
A blank display (without text) may indicate a break in the signal transmission and any
such incident should be immediately referred to your system administrator.
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Positional Control of the Video Sources
Video cameras supporting Pan Tilt and Zoom (PTZ) are connected and controlled directly
from the unit’s serial ports. Depending on the type of PTZ device used, the AXIS
2400+/2401+ can control up to four external (stand-alone) PTZ devices for positioning
cameras on your system.
Clicking a specific Video button other than Video All, automatically displays
pan-tilt-configured video sources in a single-image format that features Pan, Tilt and
Zoom bars, as shown in the illustration below:
Select Preset Position
To enable quick and accurate camera positioning,
the Administrator can
define within server memory, up to 20 preset camera
positions. Preset positions
are created and saved as
named entities by your
Administrator and can be
selected at any time from
the drop-down dialog.
Choosing a preset position
from the drop-down dialog
immediately causes the
selected camera to assume
the predefined orientation.
Click-in-image
For navigational control
of pan tilt devices.
Notes:
Focus
Allows smooth or stepped
camera focus between near
and far focus.
Zoom
Allows smooth or stepped camera zoom
between telescopic and wide viewing.
Tilt
Allows smooth or
stepped vertical panning of the camera.
Home (H)
Returns the camera
to the ‘Home’ position.
Pan
Allows smooth or stepped horizontal panning of the camera.
•Clicking anywhere on the toolbar’s gradient allows for a “smooth” PTZ adjustment; whereas
clicking on the left or right arrows causes a stepped incremental change.
•The AXIS 2400+/2401+ can control a range of relative and absolute PTZ devices via the Web
interface, or third-party TCP application. The positioning tools available from the main page
depend on the PTZ device chosen by the Administrator.
•Pan Tilt control can be disabled by the Administrator and may be unavailable in the user interface.
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Updating the Firmware
Updating the Firmware
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ firmware is stored in Flash memory. This memory is provided by a
silicon chip that, just like any other ROM device, retains data content even after power is
removed. Flash memory is unique because it allows its data to be erased and re-written.
This means you can install firmware updates for your AXIS 2400+/2401+ as they become
available - without having to replace any parts. New firmware can be simply loaded into
the AXIS 2400+/2401+ over the network.
Obtaining Updated firmware
The latest version of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ firmware is available free of charge from the
Axis website at www.axis.com or from your local distributor.
Updating the firmware
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ Flash memory is updated over the network using FTP.
See the detailed instructions supplied with each new firmware release.
Important!
• Always read the upgrade instructions available with each new release, before updating the firmware.
• Upgrading normally takes between 30 seconds and 10 minutes, although it can take longer. After
starting the process, you should always wait at least 20 minutes before power-cycling the AXIS
2400+/2401+ - even if you suspect the procedure has failed.
• In controlled environments, flash memory updates provide a very safe way of updating the firmware.
However, flash products can become damaged if the update is not performed correctly. Your dealer
reserves the right to charge for any repair attributable to faulty updating by the user.
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Customizing the Video Server
Modifying the File System
The Linux-based operating system and flash memory file system make it possible for
advanced users and application developers to customize the AXIS 2400+/2401+ by adding
additional files to the read-write area of the flash memory.
Important!
• Modification of the flash file system is NOT supported by Axis. In practice, this means that Axis will
not answer questions relating to custom script or Web page development, but merely wishes to
inform potential application developers of the possibilities afforded by the Linux-based file structure
of the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
• When attempting to modify the product, you may inadvertently create a problem that will require
you to return the AXIS 2400+/2401+ to its factory default settings. At worst, you may even cause
permanent damage to the unit that renders it unusable. Consequently, Axis strongly recommends
that inexperienced users DO NOT modify the file system.
Although modification of the file system is not supported, the Axis web at www.axis.com
does maintain various documents designed to assist third-party development. These
include detailed information such as:
• The Axis Camera API, HTTP-Interface Specification
• A description of the reduced PHP3 scripting language
Configuring using FTP
As an alternative to configuring the AXIS 2400+/2401+ using a browser, the configuration
parameters of your unit can be modified using the File Transfer Protocol (FTP).
FTP is supported by most operating environments and is a useful method for quickly
downloading standard pre-configurations to one or more video servers.
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Customizing the Video Server
Custom Web Pages
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ contains a re-writable flash memory file system that allows some
directories and files to be changed by the root user, using FTP. This strictly non-supported
product functionality, makes it possible for advanced users and application developers to
add their own Web pages, scripts, and other files to the Axis product.
Customizing Procedures
All files stored in the /etc/httpd/html directory are available through the product Web
server in the virtual directory /local/. The URL to resident pages in the /etc/httpd/html
directory is http://IP/local/<filename>.htm.
Caution!
The existing Administration pages are stored in a compressed read-only area of the file system. If you
intend to change them, you must follow the instructions provided here and ensure that you DO NOT
change any files other than those featured in this section. Failure to comply with this notice may render
your product unusable.
Editing and Storing Your Web pages
Follow the instructions below to create and save customized pages to the video server:
1. Using a html editor, create your html file and store it on your local PC hard drive.
2. Now use ftp to upload the file to the AXIS 2400+/2401+. Enter the following on the
command line:
ftp <server ip address>
Example!
ftp 172.21.1.200
3. Log on as root with the default password pass.
4. Change to the correct directory within the AXIS 2400+/2401+ by entering the
following command:
cd /etc/httpd/html
5. For binary storage of the files (not absolutely necessary, but good practice), type bin.
6. Upload your html files by entering:
put <filename.html>
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Start your browser and view the Web pages you uploaded, by entering the following
URL in the location/Address field:
http://<server ip address>/local/<filename.html>
Example!
http://172.21.1.200/local/index.html
The images are now updated in your browser.
8. Enter bye in the command window to exit the ftp program.
Note:
You can change the html files as and when you like, but remember that the available flash
memory is limited.
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Creating a New Home Page
Having created and stored your new custom Web pages in product memory, you then
proceed to assign one of these pages as your default Home page in the AXIS 2400+/2401+,
as described below:
Caution!
Adding a new Web page to your AXIS 2400+/2401+ is not something that should be undertaken lightly.
Remember: Axis does not support the personalization of product Web pages and strongly recommends
that inexperienced users DO NOT perform such modifications.
1. Start a new ftp session to the AXIS 2400+/2401+, by entering:
ftp <camera ip address>
2. Type bin
3. Navigate your way to the appropriate directory, entering:
cd /etc/httpd/conf/
4. Fetch the boa.conf file, by typing:
get boa.conf
5. Edit boa.conf and add the following line to the end of the file:
Alias /index.html /etc/httpd/html/index.html
Alias / /etc/httpd/html
This will create an alias to your own “homemade” index.html file stored in the
/etc/httpd/html/ directory and redirect access to it. Replace the edited boa.conf in
the video server, by using the Put command.
Note:
Alternatively, you can edit the line starting with Document Root so that it points directly to
the local directory. However, after doing this you will then be unable to access the original
Home pages - so be warned!
6. After making these changes, you will not be able to automatically access the default
index page. Instead you must type in the complete URL to access it:
http://IP#/view/indexFrame.shtml
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The RS-232 Interface
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The RS-232 Interface
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ has two 9-pin D-sub connectors, providing the physical interface for
two RS-232 ports, used for connecting:
• accessory equipment e.g. stand-alone Pan/Tilt devices
• any standard modem for use in remote applications
• the AXIS 2191 Audio Module
As a complement to the information provided in Pan Tilt Settings, on page 26, this section
describes how to install a standalone Pan/Tilt device to the AXIS 2400+/2401+ Video
Server.
Physical Connector
A diagram representative of both RS-232 connectors, complete with an accompanying pin
assignment table, is shown below.
Pin
Notes:
COM1
Function
COM2
Function
1
NC
CD
2
- RXD
- RXD
3
- TXD
- TXD
4
DTR
DTR
5
GND
GND
6
DSR
DSR
7
RTS
RTS
8
NC
CTS
9
NC
RI
1
2
6
The pinout is different for each supported serial port.
Pin 4 on COM1 is connected to Pin 7 (RTS).
NC = Not connected
3
7
4
8
5
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Connecting Pan/Tilt Devices
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ supports several Pan Tilt device drivers that are selected from the
Pan Tilt Settings page of the Administration Tools. Please see www.axis.com for a
complete list of supported devices.
The diagram below illustrates how the AXIS 2400+/2401+ connects to your workstation,
video cameras and/or Pan Tilt device.
Camera
Computer
1
Browser
Administration Tools
RS-232
Pan Tilt
Device Driver
RS-485
RS-232
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Pan Tilt
Device
Camera
Pan Tilt
Device
2
1 A camera positioned remotely using an External Pan Tilt device.
2 A PTZ-supported camera is connected directly to the COM port.
Installation Procedure
Follow the instructions below to install a Pan/Tilt device:
1. Attach the Pan/Tilt device to the Pan/Tilt port of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ using an
appropriate cable.
2. On the AXIS 2400+/2401+ Home Page, click Admin and provide your Admin
password.
3. Click the Pan/Tilt icon for the port you are using.
4. Select the driver that corresponds to your Pan/Tilt device from the drop-down list.
Click Save driver.
Notes: •It is also possible to connect a Pan Tilt device via the RS-485 port. See The I/O Terminal Block
for details
•Advanced users and application developers can also use the Axis Application Programming
Interface and HTTP specification for generic control of pan tilt devices using CGI parameters or
a TCP/IP client. Please refer to the Axis Website for further information.
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The I/O Terminal Block
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The I/O Terminal Block
Typically used in association with programming scripts for developing applications for
motion detection, event triggering, time lapse recording,
alarm notification via e-mail, picture storage to FTP locations
and a variety of other functions; the 16-pin I/O Terminal
Block is located on the rear panel and provides the interface
to: a single relay switch output, four digital photo-coupled
inputs, an RS-485 interface, and auxiliary power.
This section describes the pinout, interface support and the
control and monitoring functions provided by this connector.
Connector Pinout
The pinout for the Terminal Block (illustrated right) and signaling details for each pin is
fully described in the table below:
Pin
Function
Description
1
Auxiliary AC Power Input
2
Auxiliary AC Power Input
3
Digital Input 3 - Photocoupler Anode (+)
4
Digital Input 3 - Photocoupler Cathode (-)
Photocoupled Input 3: Electrically isolated from the chassis and connectors, this input can be supplied from an external DC voltage or the DC
Power Input/Output on pins 9 and 10.
5
Digital Input 4- Photocoupler Anode (+)
Photocoupled Input 4. As above.
6
Digital Input 4 - Photocoupler Cathode (-)
7
RS-485 - B (inverting)
8
RS-485 - A (non-inverting)
9
DC + Power (Input or Output)
10
DC - Power (Input or Output)
11
Digital Input 1 - Photocoupler Anode (+)
12
Digital Input 1 - Photocoupler Cathode (-)
13
Digital Input 2 - Photocoupler Anode (+)
14
Digital Input 2 - Photocoupler Cathode (-)
15
Relay Switch
16
Relay Switch
Note:
Electrically connected in parallel with PS-D power connector, pins 1 & 2
provide an auxiliary connector for mains power to the unit.
Serial Port 1- RS-485. A half-duplex RS-485 interface for controlling
auxiliary equipment. Note: Serial Port 1 is programmed as either
RS-232 (COM1 Connector) or RS-485 (Terminal Block Connector), via
the browser interface.
DC Power Input or Output: Used as an input, this supplies the unit via a
DC source; for example a solar panel or a battery.
As an output, it can drive the photo coupler inputs or other equipment;
such as an IR-sensor. The output voltage level is dependent upon the
input voltage to the unit. A maximum current of 50mA can be sourced
from the DC output.
Pin 10 is connected to the unit chassis, and Ground on each serial port
and video input. See circuit diagram (below).
Input 1 Photo coupler input. As Input 3.
Input 2 Photo coupler input. As Input 3.
Relay switch - electrically isolated from chassis and connectors.
For compatible replacement connectors, contact http://www.phoenixcontact.com, quoting:
MC1.5/8-ST-3.81 (art no 1803633).
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The I/O Terminal Block
Power and Ground
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3.3V
!
!
Switch
Mode
Power
Supply
!
!
~
!
!
Internal
o PS-D
o
o1
!
!
!
o2
!
!
~
!
9
+
!
o 10
-
!
o COM 1
!
!
!
o COM 2
!
!
o
GND PIN 5
GND PIN 5
VIDEO 1
GND
!
!
!
!
VIDEO 4
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Controlling and Monitoring
By entering http requests in your browser’s URL field, you can:
• drive the relay output high or low
• monitor the status of the 4 digital inputs
This requires you to have root access to the AXIS 2400+/2401+ and consequently, to
supply a user name and password. Login as root and supply the root password (default =
pass).
Tip!
Developers wishing to create applications incorporating sophisticated alarm conditioning using the
relay output and digital inputs are encouraged to read the Camera API, HTTP-Interface Specification,
available from the Axis Web at www.axis.com.
Relay Output
You can use the supported relay output to directly drive a maximum load of 24V AC/DC at
100mA. By connecting additional relay circuitry, it can also drive heavier loads.
The output relay is controlled using http requests, as defined in the following examples:
Example 1: - Set output 1 ON
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:/
Example 2: - Set two 300ms pulses with 500ms delay between the pulses on output 1.
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:/300\500/300\
Example 3: - Wait 1 second before setting output 1 ON.
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/output.cgi?action=1:1000/
Digital Inputs
Four digital inputs, programmed using the Application Wizard, allow the AXIS
2400+/2401+ to be configured for time and alarm based image recording. For example, by
connecting a motion detector to a digital input, it is a relatively simple procedure to send a
single image (or video stream) to a remote imaging library each time the detector is
activated.
Querying the Status of Digital Inputs
The status of the four supported digital inputs can be queried in exactly the same way as
the relay output. Simply enter the following URL to query the status of the digital inputs:
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Example: - Monitor data on input ports 1, 2, 3, and 4
http://myserver/axis-cgi/io/input.cgi?check=1,2,3,4
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ then displays the status of the inputs, as follows:
Input
Input
Input
Input
1
2
3
4
=
=
=
=
0
1
0
0
Schematic Diagram
_
o
o
12V AC
o
o
1
AXIS 2400+/2401+ ~ o 2
~ o
9
+ o
Switch, motion detector, etc.
10
o
o 11
o 12
o 13
+
o 14
_
Active
Control
Device
o 15
Relay
Switch
Optional
Relay
Switch
o
o
o
o
Appliance
o
o 16
oo
24V DC
8
RS-485 A o
7
o
RS-485 B
o o
Mains Power
o
PTZ Camera
Example schematic diagram of the AXIS 2400+/2401+ Terminal Block Connector
- showing possible applications.
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Troubleshooting
This section provides useful information to help you to resolve any difficulty you might
have with your AXIS 2400+/2401+. Symptoms, possible causes and remedial actions are
provided in a quick reference table.
Checking the Firmware
One of your first actions when attempting to solve a problem should be to check the
firmware version currently installed. An updated version may contain a correction that
fixes your particular problem. For more information, please see Updating the Firmware, on
page 31.
Support
If you cannot solve your problem after reading the information in this section or after
referring to the AXIS 2400+/2401+ FAQ, you can pass the problem to the AXIS support
desk. To help us help you resolve your problems expediently, please be sure to provide the
following information:
•
•
•
•
a brief description of the problem
the Server Report
the log file
if relevant, an example of a poor image.
Server Report
The server report contains important information about the server and its software, as well
as a list of the current parameters.
The Log File
The AXIS 2400+/2401+ log file records events within the unit and can prove a useful
diagnostic tool when attempting to resolve any problems that might occur.
Viewing the File
To display the latest log entries since the last Restart of the system:
1. Click the Video Server icon in the graphic interface.
2. Click the View Log File button. All Video Server commands executed since the last
Restart of the system are displayed in a separate window.
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Alternatively, get a copy of the log file by typing the following command directly into the
location/Address field (URL) of your browser:
http://<servername>/support/messages
The log file can be read in any text editor and will look something like this:
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
Jan
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
00:01:29 (none) syslogd 1.3-3: restart.
00:01:29 (none) parhand[17]: Starting.
00:01:29 (none) sh: Firmware release: AXIS 2400+ video Server 3.00
00:01:29 (none) sh: Network configuration for AxisProduct
00:01:29 (none) sh: IP: 172.21.1.200 MAC: 00:40:8C:18:16:F2
00:01:29 (none) sh: Netmask: 255.255.0.0 Broadcast: 10.13.255.255
00:01:29 (none) sh: Network: 172.21.1.60 Gateway: 10.13.1.1
00:01:30 (none) camd[22]: camd $Revision: 1.69 $ starting up
00:01:30 (none) iod[23]: iod: Starting 13:26:34 $Revision: 1.22.2.1 $
00:01:32 (none) dstd[51]: Starting.
00:01:32 (none) ssid[54]: "Starting" 13:23:40 $Revision: 1.14 $ 0
Typical AXIS 2400+/2401+ Log File
PINGing Your IP Address
By sending a packet to the specified address and waiting for a reply, the PING utility can
determine whether a specific IP address is accessible. It also provides a particularly useful
method for confirming addressing conflicts with your AXIS 2400+/2401+ on the network.
Having disconnected your AXIS 2400+/2401+, follow the instructions below in association
with Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions, on page 44, and run the PING
utility to troubleshoot TCP/IP problems on your network:
1. Start a Command window and type ping x.x.x.x, where x.x.x.x is the IP address of
the AXIS 2400+/2401+.
2. If you receive the reply destination host unreachable, then the AXIS 2400+/2401+
is not accessible on your subnet. You must obtain a new IP address and reinstall the
unit.
3. If this does not solve the problem, disconnect the AXIS 2400+/2401+ from the network
and run PING again. See the table below for an interpretation of the results.
PING Reply
Interpretation and recommendation
Reply from <IP address>: bytes = 32; time = 10
ms.....
The IP address is already used and cannot be used again. You must obtain a
new IP address.
Request timed out
This IP address is not used and is available for use with your AXIS
2400+/2401+. If you already installed the unit using this IP address, the
installation may have failed. Reinstall the unit. Also check all cabling.
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Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial Actions
Symptoms
The AXIS 2400+/2401+
cannot be accessed from a
browser.
Possible causes
The IP address is already
being used by another
device.
Remedial actions
Run the Ping utility (as described above) and follow the appropriate
recommendations.
The IP address is located on a Run the Ping utility (as described in PINGing Your IP Address, on
different subnet.
page 43). If you get “no response” or similar, the diagnosis is
probably correct.
In Windows, check that the IP address for your AXIS 2400+/2401+
is on the same subnet as your workstation. Exactly how this is done
varies from one version of Windows to another. See Windows’ help
for more information.
If your AXIS 2400+/2401+ and your workstation are on different
subnets, you will not be able to set the IP address. Contact your
network administrator.
In Windows 95, the ARP
table was empty when you
tried to set the IP address.
In Windows 95, the ARP command cannot be used if you have an
empty ARP table. If the table is empty, re-install the product
ensuring that the IP address for your own PC is also used.
Type arp -a to view the ARP table. If it is empty, you must ping
an existing unit on your network before you can download the IP
address to the AXIS 2400+/2401+, using ARP.
The IP address has changed.
Check that there is no DHCP server running on the network and
disable BOOTP in the video server.
Other networking problems.
Test the network cable by connecting it to some other network
device and then Pinging that device from your workstation.
Test the unit’s network interface by connecting a local computer to
the unit, using a standard Crossover (hub-to-hub) Cable.
A programming script is
locking the unit.
The Power indicator is not
constantly lit.
The Network indicator
displays red.
The Status indicator is
flashing red rapidly.
Your AXIS 2400+/2401+
works locally, but not
externally.
If the above actions do not resolve the problem, the AXIS
2400+/2401+ may be faulty. In this case, try to localize the
problem by connecting the unit to the serial port of a local
computer, using the supplied Null Modem Cable and report your
findings to your local distributor.
Restore the unit to the factory default settings.
Faulty power supply.
Verify that you are using an Axis PS-D power supply.
Faulty cabling.
See Other networking problems, above.
Hardware failure.
Contact your Axis dealer.
Firewall protection.
Check the Internet firewall with your system administrator.
Default routers required.
Check if you need to configure the default router settings.
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Symptoms
Triggering difficulties with
programming scripts.
Troubleshooting
Possible causes
The Internet site is too
heavily loaded.
Remedial actions
Use a script running on your web server to relay images from the
AXIS 2400+/2401+ to the Internet.
Unable to trigger on both
positive and negative
transitions of the Control
Button and/or I/O ports
(double-edged triggering).
Repetitive trigger conditions that occur in quick succession can be
missed. This is because the command initiated by the first trigger
event may not have been fully executed before the second event
starts. This scenario is demonstrated in the illustration below:
Command
Command
?
Command
T1
T2
T3
Time
Trigger
This feature has particular significance when using commands that
take a relatively long time to process, e.g. mail or ftp, especially if
they are transmitting a pre/post alarm buffer.
Bad snapshot images.
Display incorrectly
configured on your
workstation.
Incorrect exposure in images. Incorrect line termination.
Note:
In Display Properties, configure your display to show at least 65000
colors, i.e. at least 16-bit.
Using only 16 or 256 colors on your display will produce dithering
artifacts in the image.
If the AXIS 2400+/2401+ is to be connected in parallel with other
equipment, disable the input termination by turning the
corresponding DIP switch to the up-position (OFF). Inversely, when
not using other equipment, set the Termination dip-switch to ON
(default setting).
If you still have a problem after reading this information, please contact your reseller or check
the FAQ on the Axis Website at www.axis.com.
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Technical Specifications
System Requirements - The AXIS 2400+/2401+ uses the standard Internet TCP/IP suite of
protocols and can be used with most operating systems: Windows, Linux, UNIX, Mac. etc.
The only software required is Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x/5.x or Netscape 4.x
Installation - Physical network connection using RJ-45 twisted pair cable. Installs directly
to NTSC or PAL video cameras using BNC connectors. Use as a standalone system or as an
add-on to existing CCTV systems
Management - Remote configuration and status using Web-based tools
Compression - Motion-JPEG, as well as single snapshot JPEG images. User-controlled
compression level
Video Resolution
•
•
•
•
QCIF - 160x112 / 160x144 (PAL/NTSC)
CIF - 352x240 / 352x288 (PAL/NTSC)
2CIF - 720x240 / 720x288 (PAL/NTSC)
4CIF - 720x480 / 720x576 (PAL/NTSC)
Video Features - Time stamp and text overlay. Color control (B/W or color)
Video Inputs (AXIS 2400+) - supports up to four BNC composite video inputs with 75 Ohm/Hi
Z termination and includes autosensing for NTSC and PAL
Video Inputs (AXIS 2401+) - supports one BNC composite video input with 75 Ohm/Hi Z
termination and includes autosensing for NTSC and PAL
Video Output (AXIS 2401+) - A single video output (VIDEO OUT) terminated with a coax/BNC
connector that allows direct connection of an external monitor
Networking - 10baseT Ethernet or 100baseTX Fast Ethernet, TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, SMTP,
NTP, ARP, BOOTP
General I/O - 4 optical-isolated alarm inputs and 1 output relay (max 24V, 0.1 A) supplied
on a single terminal block connector. Programmable inputs for remote image storage via
File Transfer Protocol (FTP) or E-mail (SMTP), pre/post alarm image storage
Pre/Post Alarm Buffer - Up to 16 MB memory available for pre/post alarm image storage
Serial Connectors
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•
COM-1 - RS-232, max 115 Kbps. Multiplexed with RS-485 port on the terminal block
COM-2 - RS-232, max 115 Kbps, half-duplex. A modem is connected here
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Pan/Tilt/Zoom - PTZ support for remote camera control. Please see www.axis.com for
information about supported devices
Security - Multi-user password protection
Operating Conditions: - Temp: 40o to 125oF (5o to 50oC), Humidity: 20-80% RHG
Approvals EMC
•
•
FCC Class A
: EN55022/1994, EN55024/1998
Approvals - Safety: - EN60950, UL, CSA (power supply only)
Metrics: - Height: 1.7” (4.2 cm), Width: 5.7” (14.5 cm), Length: 8.7” (22.0 cm), Weight: 1.7
lb. (0.8 kg), excluding Power Supply
Hardware - ARTPEC-1 compression chip, ETRAX-100, 32-bit RISC, 100 MIPS CPU, 32MB
RAM, 4MB FLASH PROM
Power - 3 alternative power sources: External power supply 12V AC, 9.6VA (PS-D,
included), 9-20V AC, min 10VA, 6-30V DC, min 7W
Axis Chipset Technology - Axis’ chipset technology is streamlined to provide device
connectivity independent of any file server. The AXIS 2400+/2401+ is driven by a
powerful AXIS ETRAX 32-bit RISC processor and includes the industry's first dedicated
digital video surveillance compression chip - the AXIS ARTPEC-1
Performance - The AXIS 2400+/2401+ delivers the following file sizes:
NTSC
PAL
Resolution
File size (kb)
Max fps*
Resolution
File size (kb)
704 x 480**
7 - 150
10
704 x 576**
8.5 - 180
Max fps*
8
704 x 240****
3,5 - 75
15
704 x 288’’’’
4,5 - 90
12
352 x 240
1.4 - 40
30
352 x 288
1.7 - 50
25
176 x 112
0.3 - 10
30
176 x 144
0.4 - 12
25
Quad (4 x 352 x 240)
7 - 150
5***
Quad (4 x 352 x 288)
8.5 - 180
5***
* Maximum performance with single user and only one video source in use
** Interlaced image
*** Quad image, images from all four video sources integrated into one single image (AXIS 2400+ only)
**** 2CIF, compressed file which needs to be expanded to display correctly (the image is automatically
expanded in the View application)
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Produktbeschreibung
Machen Sie sich anhand der folgenden Informationen mit dem AXIS 2400+/2401+
vertraut, und beachten Sie insbesondere die Position der Anschlüsse und Anzeigen.
AXIS 2400+ Bedienfeld, Ansicht von vorne
Die Statusanzeige (Status)
Die mehrfarbige Statusanzeige gibt den
Betriebsstatus des Servers wieder, wie im
folgenden beschrieben:
Deutsch
• Grün – Die Anzeige blinkt kurz
und leuchtet während der Startund Selbsttestroutinen orange,
anschließend deutet die grüne
Anzeige auf fehlerfreien Status
der Einheit hin.
• Rot – Die Anzeige leuchtet nur
rot, wenn ein Fehler am AXIS
2400+ aufgetreten ist.
• Orange – Beim Zurücksetzen auf
die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen blinkt die Anzeige orange.
Betriebsanzeige (Power)
Diese Anzeige leuchtet, wenn das Gerät mit
Strom versorgt wird. Leuchtet die Anzeige nicht
oder blinkt sie, liegt ein Problem am AXIS
2400+/2401+ oder an seinem Netzteil vor.
Seriennummer
Die Seriennummer befindet sich auf dem
Etikett auf der Unterseite des AXIS
2400+/2401+ und ist identisch mit der
MAC/Ethernet-Adresse der Einheit.
Netzwerkanzeige (Network)
Im Anschluss an die Start- und
Selbsttestroutinen blinkt die
mehrfarbige Netzwerkanzeige.
Die Farben haben folgende
Bedeutung:
• Gelb – Zeigt Aktivität in
einem 10Mbit/s-Ethernet-Netzwerk an.
• Grün – Zeigt Aktivität in
einem 100Mbit/s
Fast-Ethernet-Netzwerk
an.
• Rot – Zeigt fehlende
physische Verbindung
zum Netzwerk an.
DIP-Schalter
Ein für jedes unterstützte
Videoausgabegerät passender
Leitungsabschluss-Schalter.
Werkseitig wird der Leitungsabschluss für jedes unterstützte
Videoeingabegerät aktiviert, d. h.
die DIP-Schalter sind nach unten
gedrückt.
Wenn der AXIS 2400+ parallel
mit anderen Geräten angeschlossen werden soll, deaktivieren Sie
den jeweiligen Eingabeabschluss, indem Sie den entsprechenden DIP-Schalter nach oben
drücken (AUS). Andernfalls kann
die Bildqualität beeinträchtigt
werden.
Kontroll-Taste
Diese Taste ist in das Produktgehäuse eingelassen. Zum
Zurücksetzen auf die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen drücken Sie diese Taste mit einem geeigneten
spitzen Gegenstand, wie unter Werkseitige Standardeinstellungen, on page 53 beschrieben.
Videoeingabegeräte
Unterstützt bis zu 4 separate Videoquellen
(VIDEO 1- VIDEO 4) gleichzeitig.
Jedes unterstützte Videoeingabegerät wird mit einem
Koaxial-BNC-Stecker abgeschlossen. Bei physischen
Verbindungen mit RG59 75-Ohm-Koaxialvideokabel
sollte die empfohlene Maximallänge von 250m nicht
überschritten werden.
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AXIS 2401+ Bedienfeld, Ansicht von vorne
• Grün – Die Anzeige blinkt kurz
und leuchtet während der Startund Selbsttestroutinen orange,
anschließend deutet die grüne
Anzeige auf fehlerfreien Status
der Einheit hin.
• Rot – Die Anzeige leuchtet nur
rot, wenn ein Fehler am AXIS
2401+ aufgetreten ist.
• Orange – Beim Zurücksetzen auf
die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen blinkt die Anzeige
orange.
Betriebsanzeige (Power)
Diese Anzeige leuchtet, wenn das Gerät
mit Strom versorgt wird. Leuchtet die
Anzeige nicht oder blinkt sie, liegt ein
Problem am AXIS 2401+ oder an seinem
Netzteil vor.
Videoeingabegerät
Koaxial-BNC-Stecker, der eine
einzelne Videoquelle unterstützt. Für die physische
Verbindung wird RG59
75-OhmKoaxialvideokabel mit empfohlener Maximallänge von
250m verwendet.
Netzwerkanzeige (Network)
Im Anschluss an die Start- und
Selbsttestroutinen blinkt die
mehrfarbige Netzwerkanzeige.
Die Farben haben folgende
Bedeutung:
• Gelb – Zeigt Aktivität in
einem 10Mbit/s Ethernet-Netzwerk an.
• Grün – Zeigt Aktivität in
einem 100Mbit/s
Fast-EthernetNetzwerk an.
• Rot – Zeigt fehlende
physische Verbindung
zum Netzwerk an.
DIP-Schalter
Ein einzelner Leitungsabschluss
für das unterstützte Videoausgabegerät. Werkseitig wird der
Leitungsabschluss aktiviert, d. h.
der DIP-Schalter ist nach unten
gedrückt.
Wenn der AXIS 2401+ parallel
mit anderen Geräten angeschlos
sen werden soll, deaktivieren Sie
den jeweiligen Eingabeabschluss, indem Sie den entsprechenden DIP-Schalter nach
oben drücken (AUS). Andernfalls
kann die Bildqualität beeinträchtigt werden.
Kontroll-Taste
Diese Taste ist in das
Produktgehäuse eingelassen. Zum Zurücksetzen
auf die werkseitigen
Standardeinstellungen
drücken Sie diese Taste
mit einem geeigneten
spitzen Gegenstand.
Seriennummer
Die Seriennummer befindet sich auf dem
Etikett auf der Unterseite des AXIS 2401+
und ist identisch mit der MAC/Ethernet-Adresse der Einheit.
Videoausgabegerät
Ein externer Monitor
kann direkt über ein einzelnes, mit einem Koaxial-BNC-Stecker
abgeschlossenes
Videoausgabegerät
(VIDEO OUT) angeschlossen werden.
Deutsch
Die Statusanzeige (Status)
Die mehrfarbige Statusanzeige gibt den
Betriebsstatus des Servers wieder, wie
im folgenden beschrieben:
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Anschluss für Netzkabel
Eine Einzel-Steckdose (PS-D) zum
Anschließen des AXIS
2400+/2401+-Netzkabels. Die
Anschlussblockverbindung bietet
einen zusätzlichen
Anschlusspunkt für Gleich- oder
Wechselstrom für die Einheit.
E/A-Anschlussblock
Die E/A-Anschlussblockverbindung befindet sich zwischen den beiden seriellen
Anschlüssen auf dem hinteren Bedienfeld und liefert die physische Schnittstelle
für ein Relay-Switch-Ausgabegerät, vier mit Digitalkameras gekoppelte Eingabegeräte und eine RS-485-Schnittstelle. Diese Verbindung ermöglicht die
Datenübertragung über Gruppenverbindungs-Kommunikationsleitungen, zu kippund schwenkbaren RS-485-Geräten und externe Auslösung; Merkmale, die typischerweise CCTV-Geräten zugeordnet werden. Die Verbindung kann auch als Gleichstromanschluss für die Einheit dienen.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
PS-D
COM 2
COM 1
ETHERNET
10/100
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Serieller RS-232-Anschluss
Wird normalerweise bei Schnittstellen zu
kipp- und schwenkbaren Geräten verwendet. Der COM1-Anschluss wird über
die Anschlussblockverbindung mit dem
RS-485-Anschluss multiplexiert. COM2
kan auch für den Anschluss des AXIS
2191 Audiomoduls benutzt werden.
Netzwerkanschluss
Der AXIS 2400+/2401+ ist für 10-MBit/s-Ethernet- und 100-MBit/s-FastEthernet-Netzwerke konzipiert und wird über einen standardmässigen
RJ45-Stecker mit dem Netzwerk verbunden. Durch Unterstützung von
NWAY ermittelt der AXIS 2400+/2401+ die Übertragungsgeschwindigkeit
des Segments im lokalen Netzwerk und stimmt die Datenkommunikation
darauf ab (zwischen 10 Mbit/s und 100 Mbit/s).
Lieferumfang
Deutsch
Vergleichen Sie die mit dem AXIS 2400+/2401+ gelieferten Komponenten mit folgender
Liste:
Teil
Bezeichnung
Teil
Bezeichnung
Video-Server
AXIS 2400+
AXIS 2401+
Netzteil (PS-D)
Dokument
AXIS 2400+/01+ Administration Manual v1.02
Europa
Großbritannien
Australien
USA
Japan
Garantiekarte
Hinweis: Das mit dem AXIS 2400+/2401+ ausgelieferte Netzkabel ist landesspezifisch. Bitte überprüfen
Sie, ob Sie das richtige Netzkabel verwenden.
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Installation im Netzwerk
❶Schließen Sie das Videoausgabegerät Ihrer Kamera(s)
mit 75-Ohm-Koaxial-Standardvideokabeln mit BNC-Steckverbindern an den/die Videoanschluss/-anschlüsse des
AXIS 2400+/2401+ an. (Verwenden Sie einen
BNC-in-RCA-Konverter, wenn Ihre Kamera standardmäßig
mit einem Phono (RCA)-Stecker ausgestattet ist.)
❷Notieren Sie sich die auf der Unterseite der
Einheit angegebene Seriennummer. Sie benötigen
sie zum Konfigurieren der IP-Adresse.
Seriennummer identisch mit
MAC/Ethernet-Nummer; z. B.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸Weisen Sie Ihrem Produkt mithilfe des für Ihr Betriebssystem geeigneten Verfahrens eine
eindeutige IP-Adresse von einem Computer in Ihrem Netzwerk aus zu. Gehen Sie
folgendermaßen vor:
UNIX – Geben Sie die folgenden Befehle in die
Befehlszeile ein:
Syntax - Hinweis: Dem 'ping'-Befehl wird '-l' (kleines L) hinzugefuegt:
Syntax:
arp -s <Server-IP-Adresse> <Ethernet-Adresse>
ping -l 408 -t <Server-IP-Adresse>
arp -s <IP-Adresse> <Ethernet-Adresse> temp
ping -s 408 <IP-Adresse>
Beispiel:
Beispiel:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86
ping -l 408 -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping -s 408 172.210.10.200
Hinweis: Bei einigen Unix-Systemen befindet sich der arp-Befehl nicht in einem Verzeichnis des
Befehlspfads.
Es werden wiederholt Meldungen vom Typ “Zeitüberschreitung für Anforderung ...”
im DOS-Fenster angezeigt.
❹ Schließen Sie ein Ethernet-Kabel an Ihren AXIS
2400+/01+ an, und verbinden Sie es mit dem Netzwerk.
Netzwerkanschluss
RJ-45-Anschluss
Deutsch
Windows – Rufen Sie ein DOS-Fenster auf, und geben Sie folgende
Befehle ein:
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❺ Schließen Sie das externe Netzteil an die Einheit an, und
verbinden Sie es mit Ihrem lokalen Stromnetz.
Netzeilanschluss
❻ Etwa 10 - 15 Sekunden nach dem Anschluss an das Stromnetz
wird die Meldung “Antwort von 172.21.1.200...” (oder
eine ähnliche Meldung) im DOS-Fenster angezeigt. Vergewissern Sie sich, dass die Betriebsanzeige konstant leuchtet und die
Netzwerkanzeige in bestimmten Abständen blinkt.
❼ Drücken Sie Strg+C, um den Ping-Befehl zu beenden. Die
Installation ist jetzt abgeschlossen, und Sie können von
Ihrem Web-Browser aus auf den AXIS 2400+/2401+ zugreifen. Dies wird im folgenden Abschnitt beschrieben.
Netzwerkanzeige
(Network)
Betriebsanzeige (Power)
Überprüfen und Abschließen der Installation von Ihrem Browser aus
❶Starten Sie Ihren Web-Browser und geben
Sie die IP-Adresse Ihres AXIS 2400+/2401+ in
die Adresszeile ein, z. B. 172.21.1.200, wie
nachfolgend gezeigt.
❷Klicken Sie auf die Schaltfläche “Installation Wizard”
Deutsch
(Installationsassistent). Der Assistent führt Sie durch den
weiteren Installationsvorgang.
Wichtig!
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•
Bei Lieferung ist der AXIS 2400+/2401+ auf offenen Zugriff eingestellt (anonyme Benutzer). Das Gerät wird mit
vorkonfiguriertem Benutzernamen und Kennwort geliefert, die auf "root" und "pass" eingestellt sind. Der
Benutzername muss sofort geändert werden, um nicht-autorisierten Zugriff auf Admin Tools und/oder Bilder zu
verhindern, wie in den Sicherheitseinstellungen erklärt.
Damit Bilder im Microsoft Internet Explorer aktualisiert werden, aktivieren Sie im Browser die
ActiveX-Steuerung und installieren in einem einmaligen Vorgang die ActiveX-Komponente von Axis auf Ihrer
Workstation. Wenn das Downloaden zusätzlicher Softwarekomponenten in Ihrer Arbeitsumgebung eingeschränkt oder unzulässig ist, können Sie Ihren AXIS 2400+/2401+ auch so konfigurieren, dass die Bilder mit
einem Java-Applet aktualisiert werden. Weitere Informationen zu diesem Thema finden Sie in der Online-Hilfe.
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Werkseitige Standardeinstellungen
Unter bestimmten Umständen kann es erforderlich sein, die werkseitigen
Standardeinstellungen Ihres AXIS 2400+/2401+ wiederherzustellen. Klicken Sie dazu auf
die entsprechende Schaltfläche in den Verwaltungsprogrammen, oder drücken Sie die
Kontroll-Taste. Die Kontrolltaste ist in das Produktgehäuse eingelassen und sitzt beim
AXIS 2400+ zwischen dem VIDEO 3- und VIDEO 4-Anschluss. Beim AXIS 2401+ sitzt sie
links vom VIDEO OUT-Anschluss.
Befolgen Sie die Anweisungen, um die werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen mithilfe der
Kontroll-Taste wiederherzustellen:
1. Schalten Sie den AXIS 2400+/2401+ aus, indem Sie das Netzkabel ziehen.
2. Drücken Sie mit einem geeigneten spitzen Gegenstand die Kontroll-Taste und halten
Sie sie gedrückt, während Sie das Netzkabel wieder einstecken.
3. Halten Sie die Kontroll-Taste gedrückt, bis die Statusanzeige gelb leuchtet (dies kann
bis zu 15 Sekunden dauern). Lassen Sie die Kontroll-Taste los. Die Statusanzeige
leuchtet nach max. 1 Minute grün, und im AXIS 2400+/2401+ sind jetzt wieder die
werkseitigen Standardeinstellungen geladen.
Beim Wiederherstellen der ursprünglichen Standardeinstellungen werden alle Parameter, inklusive IP-Adresse, zurückgesetzt.
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Hinweis:
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Description du produit
Lisez les informations ci-dessous pour vous familiariser avec le serveur AXIS
2400+/2401+, en portant particulièrement attention à l’emplacement des connecteurs et
des voyants.
Panneau avant du serveur AXIS 2400+
Voyant d’état
Le voyant d’état multicolore définit l’état
opérationnel du serveur, comme cela est
décrit ci-dessous :
Français
• vert – le voyant clignote brièvement et s’affiche momentanément
en orange pendant les sous-programmes de mise en route et
d’auto-test ; il doit ensuite normalement s’afficher en vert pour
indiquer un état d’unité correct.
• rouge – le voyant ne s’affiche en
rouge qu’en cas de problème du
serveur AXIS 2400+
• orange – clignote avec une
couleur orangée lors de la réinitialisation du serveur aux
paramètres d’usine par défaut.
Voyant d’alimentation
Il est normalement allumé lorsque le système
est sous tension. S’il est éteint ou s’il clignote, il
signale une défaillance de la source d’alimentation externe du serveur AXIS 2400+.
Voyant réseau
Après exécution des sousprogrammes de mise en route et
d’auto-test, le voyant réseau multicolore clignote de manière
indépendante, comme cela est
indiqué ci-dessous :
• jaune – indique une activité réseau sur un réseau
Ethernet 10 Mbit/s
• vert – indique une activité
réseau sur un réseau Fast
Ethernet 100 Mbit/s
• rouge – indique l’absence
de connexion physique
avec le réseau.
Commutateurs DIP
Un commutateur de terminaison de
ligne correspondant pour chacune
des sorties vidéo supportées. Toutes
les unités sont fournies avec la terminaison de ligne activée pour
chaque entrée vidéo supportée,
c’est-à-dire avec les commutateurs
DIP en position basse.
Si le serveur AXIS 2400+ doit être
connecté en parallèle avec un autre
équipement, désactivez la terminaison d’entrée en plaçant le commutateur DIP correspondant en
position haute (OFF). Le non respect
de cette consigne peut entraîner
une dégradation de la qualité de
l’image.
Bouton Control
Ce bouton est placé en retrait dans le boîtier du
produit. En vous aidant d’un objet pointu adéquat,
vous pouvez appuyer sur ce bouton pour restaurer
les paramètres d’usine par défaut, comme cela est
décrit dans la section Des paramètres d’usine par
défaut, à la page 59.
Entrées vidéo
Numéro de série
Situé sur l’étiquette que vous trouverez sous
le serveur AXIS 2400+, le numéro de série est
identique à l’adresse MAC/Ethernet de l’unité.
Prend en charge simultanément jusqu’à 4 sources vidéo
distinctes (VIDEO 1 - VIDEO 4). Chaque entrée vidéo supportée est terminée à l’aide d’un connecteur coax/BNC. La
longueur maximale conseillée pour des connexions physiques effectuées avec du câble vidéo coax RG59, 75
Ohms, est de 250 mètres.
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Panneau avant du serveur AXIS 2401+
• vert – le voyant clignote brièvement et s’affiche momentanément
en orange pendant les sous-programmes de mise en route et
d’auto-test ; il doit ensuite normalement s’afficher en vert pour
indiquer un état d’unité correct.
• rouge – le voyant ne s’affiche en
rouge qu’en cas de problème du
serveur AXIS 2401+.
• orange – clignote avec une couleur
orangée lors de la réinitialisation
du serveur aux paramètres d’usine
par défaut.
Voyant d’alimentation
Il est normalement allumé lorsque le
système est sous tension. S’il est éteint
ou s’il clignote, il signale une défaillance de la source d’alimentation
externe du serveur AXIS 2401+.
Entrée vidéo
Connecteur BNC coaxial
supportant une seule
source vidéo. La longueur
maximale conseillée pour
une connexion physique
effectuée avec du câble
vidéo coax RG59, 75 Ohms,
est de 250 mètres.
Voyant réseau
Après exécution des sousprogrammes de mise en route et
d’auto-test, le voyant réseau
multicolore clignote de manière
indépendante, comme cela est
indiqué ci-dessous :
• jaune – indique une
activité réseau sur un
réseau Ethernet 10 Mbit/s
• vert – indique une activité réseau sur un réseau
Fast Ethernet 100 Mbit/s
• rouge – indique l’absence
de connexion physique
avec le réseau.
Commutateur DIP
Terminaison de ligne simple pour
la sortie vidéo supportée. Toutes
les unités sont fournies avec la
terminaison de ligne activée,
c’est-à-dire avec le commutateur
DIP en position basse.
Si le serveur AXIS 2401+ doit être
connecté en parallèle avec un
autre équipement, désactivez la
terminaison d’entrée en plaçant
le commutateur DIP correspondant en position haute (OFF). Le
non respect de cette consigne
peut entraîner une dégradation
de la qualité de l’image.
Bouton Control
Ce bouton est placé en
retrait dans le boîtier du
produit. En vous aidant
d’un objet pointu adéquat,
vous pouvez appuyer sur ce
bouton pour restaurer les
paramètres d’usine par
défaut.
Numéro de série
Situé sur l’étiquette que vous trouverez sous le
serveur AXIS 2401+, le numéro de série est
identique à l’adresse MAC/Ethernet de l’unité.
Sortie vidéo
Une sortie vidéo unique
(VIDEO OUT) terminée
par un connecteur
BNC/coax permet une
connexion directe à un
moniteur externe.
Français
Voyant d’état
Le voyant d’état multicolore définit l’état
opérationnel du serveur, comme cela est
décrit ci-dessous :
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Panneau arrière du serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+
Connecteur d’alimentation
Une fiche monojack (PS-D) pour la
connexion de l’alimentation du
serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+.
Le connecteur de bornier fournit un
point de connexion auxiliaire pour
l’alimentation secteur ou en courant
continu de l’unité.
Bornier d’E/S
Bornier d’E/S Le connecteur de bornier d’E/S est situé entre les deux ports série sur
le panneau arrière. Il fournit l’interface physique vers une sortie de commutateur
à relais, quatre entrées numériques à couplage optique et une interface RS-485.
Utilisez ce connecteur pour transmettre des données sur des lignes de communication multipoints, des dispositifs de tourelle universelle RS-485 ainsi que le
déclenchement externe – généralement associé aux équipements de télévision en
circuit fermé. Le connecteur peut également être utilisé comme point de connexion pour une alimentation en courant continu de l’unité.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
PS-D
COM 2
COM 1
ETHERNET
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9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Connecteur série RS-232
Connecteur réseau
Deux connecteurs sub-D 9 broches fournissant une connexion série RS-232, dont
l’un (COM1) est multiplexé avec le port
RS-485 via le connecteur de bornier. Utilisé généralement pour l’interface le vers
un dispositif de tourelle universelle. Le
COM2 peut aussi être utilisé pour connecter un module audio AXIS 2191.
Le serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ est conçu pour les réseaux Ethernet 10 Mbit/s
et Fast Ethernet 100 Mbit/s et se connecte au réseau à l’aide d’un connecteur
RJ-45 standard. Compatible NWAY, le serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ détecte la
vitesse du segment de réseau local et adapte la vitesse des communications
de données en conséquence (entre 10 Mbit/s et 100 Mbit/s).
Liste du matériel
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Vérifiez les éléments fournis avec votre AXIS 2400+/2401+ par rapport à la liste suivante:
Elément
Titre/Modèles
Elément
Titre/Modèles
Serveur vidéo
AXIS 2400+
AXIS 2401+
PSU (PS-D)
Document
AXIS 2400+/01+ Administration Manual v1.02
Europe
Royaume-Uni
Australie
Etats-Unis
Japon
Garantie
Remarque: Le bloc d’alimentation fourni avec votre serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ est propre à chaque pays.
Assurez-vous que le type d’alimentation que vous utilisez est correct. Reportez-vous à la Liste du matériel.
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Installation sur un réseau
Utilisez le guide ci-dessous pour installer rapidement votre serveur AXIS 2400+/01+ dans
un réseau Ethernet:
❶Connectez la sortie vidéo de votre (ou vos) caméra(s) au(x) port(s) vidéo du
serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ à l’aide d’un câble vidéo coaxial 75 ohms standard, terminé par un connecteur BNC (utilisez un convertisseur BNC-RCA si
votre caméra est fournie avec un connecteur de type audio standard (RCA)).
❷Notez le numéro de série sous
l’unité. Vous en aurez besoin pour
définir l’adresse IP.
Numéro de série identique au
numéro MAC/Ethernet ; par ex.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸ En utilisant une méthode appropriée pour votre système d’exploitation, attribuez à votre
produit une adresse IP unique à partir d’un ordinateur de votre réseau :
Windows uniquement - Ouvrez une fenêtre DOS et saisissez les commandes
suivantes :
UNIX uniquement - Saisissez les commandes
suivantes sur la ligne de commande :
Syntaxe - NB: La commande ping est suivie de -l (L minuscule):
Syntaxe:
arp -s <adresse IP du serveur> <adresse Ethernet>
ping -l 408 -t <adresse IP du serveur>
arp -s <adresse IP> <adresse Ethernet> temp
ping -s <adresse IP>
Exemple:
Exemple:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86
ping -l 408 -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping -s 172.21.1.200
Remarque: Sous certains systèmes Unix, la commande arp peut être située dans un répertoire qui n’est pas
dans le chemin des commandes.
❹Connectez un câble Ethernet à votre AXIS
2400+/01+, puis reliez-le au réseau.
Connecteur réseau
Connecteur RJ-45
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Vous voyez maintenant apparaître des messages ’Request timed out ...’ de manière
répétée dans la fenêtre DOS.
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❺Connectez l’adaptateur secteur externe à l’unité et branchez-le
sur une source de courant secteur.
Connecteur
d’alimentation
❻Approximativement 10 à 15 secondes après la connexion de l’alimentation, le message ’Reply from 172.21.1.200...’ ou
similaire, est renvoyé dans la fenêtre DOS. Assurez-vous que le
voyant d’alimentation est allumé et que le voyant réseau clignote
par intermittence.
❼Appuyez sur Control-C pour sortir de la commande ping.
L’installation est maintenant terminée et vous pouvez accéder
au serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ à partir de votre navigateur
Web, comme cela est décrit dans la section suivante.
Voyant réseau
Voyant d’alimentation
Vérification et fin d’installation à partir de votre navigateur
❶Lancez votre navigateur Web et entrez l’adresse IP de
votre serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+dans la zone d’adresse:
❷ Cliquez sur le bouton Installation Wizard. L’assistant vous
guide à travers les procédures d’installation restantes et vous
aide à configurer votre application.
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Important!
• A la livraison, l'AXIS 2400+/2401+ est configuré en accès libre (utilisateurs anonymes). L'unité est livrée
avec un nom et mot de passe d'administrateur préconfigurés, definis respectivement par root et pass. Le
mot de passe de l'administrateur doit être modifié immédiatement pour éviter des accès nonautorisés aux
outils d'administration et/ou aux images, comme défini dans les paramètres e sécurité.
• Pour permettre la mise à jour des images dans Microsoft Internet Explorer, paramétrez votre navigateur de
manière à autoriser les contrôles ActiveX et installez un composant ActiveX Axis sur votre station de travail
(l’installation ne doit être effectuée qu’une seule fois). Cependant, si votre environnement de travail limite
ou interdit le téléchargement de composants logiciels supplémentaires, vous pouvez aussi configurer votre
serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ de sorte qu’il utilise un applet Java pour la mise à jour des images. Pour plus
d’informations sur ce sujet, reportez-vous à l’aide enligne.
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Des paramètres d’usine par défaut
Dans certaines circonstances, il peut être nécessaire de restaurer les paramètres par défaut
(Factory Default) de votre serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+. Pour cela, cliquez sur le bouton
approprié dans la fenêtre Administration Tools, ou appuyez sur le bouton Control. Le
bouton de contrôle est situé à l'intérieur du boitier du produit; entre les connecteurs VIDEO 3 et
VIDEO 4 sur l'AXIS 2400+, et à gauche du connecteur VIDEO OUT sur l'AXIS 2401+.
Suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour restaurer les valeurs d’usine par défaut des
paramètres du produit, en utilisant le bouton Control:
1. Mettez le serveur AXIS 2400+/2401+ hors tension en débranchant le cordon
d’alimentation.
2. Tout en appuyant sur le bouton Control, reconnectez le cordon d’alimentation secteur.
3. Continuez à maintenir le bouton Control enfoncé jusqu’à ce que le voyant d’état
s’affiche en jaune (notez que cela peut demander jusqu’à 15 secondes), puis relâchez le
bouton. Lorsque le voyant d’état s’affiche en vert (ce qui peut prendre une minute)
l’AXIS 2400+/2401+ aura alors restauré les paramètres d’usine.
Remarque: La restauration des paramètres d’usine par defaut réinitialise tous les paramètres, adresse
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Descripción del producto
Lea la información siguiente para familiarizarse con el AXIS 2400+/2401+, haciendo especial
atención en el lugar en el que están situados los conectores e indicadores.
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Indicador de estado
El indicador de estado multicolor define el
estado operativo del servidor, tal y como
se describe a continuación:
•
verde – el indicador destella brevemente y aparece momentáneamente
en naranja durante las rutinas de inicio
y autoevaluación; el indicador aparece
luego en verde para indicar un estado
de unidad correcto.
•
rojo – el indicador aparecerá en rojo
sólo si se ha producido un problema
con la AXIS 2400+.
•
naranja – destella en naranja cuando
se vuelven a configurar los
parámetros de fábrica por defecto.
Indicador de corriente
El indicador de corriente está normalmente encendido cuando se aplica corriente. Si no está encendido, o destella, hay
un problema con la fuente de energía
externa de la AXIS 2400+.
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Número de serie
Situado en la etiqueta de debajo de la AXIS
2400+, el número de serie es idéntico al de
la dirección MAC/Ethernet de la unidad.
Indicador de red
Después de completar las rutinas de inicio y autoevaluación,
el indicador de red multicolor
destella independientemente, de
la forma siguiente:
•
amarillo – indica la actividad de red en una red
Ethernet de 10Mbps
•
verde – indica la actividad
de red en una red Fast
Ethernet de 100Mbps
•
rojo – indica que no hay
conexión física con la red.
Clavijas DIP
Una clavija de terminación de
línea correspondiente para cada
una de las salidas de video soportadas. Todas las unidades se ofrecen con una terminación de línea
para cada entrada de video soportada; es decir, con las clavijas DIP
en la posición hacia abajo.
Si la AXIS 2400+ se conecta en
paralelo con otro equipo, tiene
que deshabilitar la terminación de
entrada girando la clavija DIP correspondiente en la posición hacia
arriba (OFF). No hacer esto puede
deteriorar la calidad de imagen.
Botón Control
Este botón está incorporado en la caja del producto. Con un objeto puntiagudo adecuado,
pulse este botón para recuperar los
parámetros de fábrica por defecto, tal y como
se describe en Incluir los parámetros por defecto,
on page 65.
Entrada de video
Capacidad para 4 entradas de video separadas
(VIDEO 1- VIDEO 4) simultáneamente.
Cada entrada de video soportado se termina
usando un conector coaxial/BNC. Las conexiones
físicas que se hacen usando cable coaxial de
video RG59, 75 Ohm, tienen una longitud máxima recomendada de 250 metros.
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AXIS 2401+ Panel frontal
•
verde – el indicador destella brevemente y aparece momentáneamente
en naranja durante las rutinas de inicio y autoevaluación; el indicador
aparece luego en verde para indicar
un estado de unidad correcto.
•
rojo – el indicador aparecerá en rojo
sólo si se ha producido un problema
con la AXIS 2401+.
•
naranja – destella en naranja cuando
se vuelven a configurar los
parámetros de fábrica por defecto.
Indicador de corriente
El indicador de corriente está normalmente encendido cuando se aplica corriente. Si no está encendido, o destella, hay
un problema con la fuente de energía
externa de la AXIS 2401+.
Entrada de video
Un conector coaxial BNC
que soporta una fuente de
video única. La conexión
física se hace usando cable
coaxial de video RG59, 75
Ohm, con una longitud
máxima recomendada de
250 metros.
Indicador de red
Después de completar las rutinas de inicio y autoevaluación,
el indicador de red multicolor
destella independientemente,
de la forma siguiente:
•
amarillo – indica la actividad de red en una red
Ethernet de 10Mbps
•
verde – indica la actividad
de red en una red Fast
Ethernet de 100Mbps
•
rojo – indica que no hay
conexión física con la red.
Clavija DIP
Una terminación de línea única
para la salida de video soportada. Las unidades se ofrecen
con una terminación de línea
habilitada; es decir, con una
clavija DIP establecida en la
posición hacia abajo.
Si la AXIS 2401+ se conecta en
paralelo con otro equipo, tiene
que deshabilitar la terminación
de entrada girando la clavija DIP
correspondiente en la posición
hacia arriba (OFF). No hacer esto
puede deteriorar la calidad de
imagen.
Botón Control
Este botón está incorporado en la caja del producto. Con un objeto
puntiagudo adecuado,
pulse este botón para
recuperar los parámetros
de fábrica por defecto.
Salida de video
Una salida de video
única (VIDEO OUT)
terminada con un
conector coaxial/BNC
le permite conexión
directa con un monitor externo.
Número de serie
Situado en la etiqueta de debajo de la AXIS
2401+, el número de serie es idéntico al de
la dirección MAC/Ethernet de la unidad.
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Indicador de estado
El indicador de estado multicolor define
el estado operativo del servidor, tal y
como se describe a continuación:
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Conector de fuente de
alimentación
Un jack (PS-D) para conexión de la
fuente de alimentación de AXIS
2400+/2401+ El conector del
bloque terminal le proporciona un
punto de conexión auxiliar para la
fuente AC o DC a la unidad.
Bloque terminal I/O
Bloque terminal I/O El conector del bloque terminal I/O está situado entre
los dos puertos de serie en el panel posterior y proporciona la interfaz física
a una salida de clavija relé, cuatro entradas de imagen acopladas y una
interfaz RS-485. Utilice este conector para transmitir datos por líneas de
comunicación multiterminales, dispositivos RS-485 Pan Tilt y activación
externa normalmente asociada con equipo CCTV. El conector puede usarse
como un punto de conexión alternativo para fuente DC a la unidad.
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8
POWER
PS-D
COM 2
COM 1
ETHERNET
10/100
9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16
Conector de serie RS-232
Dos conectores D-sub de 9 pins para conexiones en
serie de tipo RS-232. Normalmente utilizadas para
conectar dispositivos Pan/Tilt. COM1 está multiplexado con el puerto RS-485 a través del conector
del bloque terminal. COM2 puede utilizarse para
conectar el módulo de audio AXIS 2191.
Conector de red
La AXIS 2400+/2401+ soporta redes Ethernet de 10 Mbps y Fast
Ethernet de 100 Mbps y se conecta a la red a través de un cable de
par trenzado de categoría 5 (10baseT y 100baseTX) con conector
estándar RJ45. La AXIS 2400+/2401+ detecta automáticamente la
velocidad de la red y varía la velocidad de comunicación de datos
en función de esto (entre 10 Mbps y 100 Mbps).
Inventario de hardware
Compruebe los elementos que se ofrecen con la AXIS 2400+/2401+ teniendo en cuenta la lista
siguiente:
Elemento
Título/Variantes
Elemento
Título/Variantes
Servidor de video
AXIS 2400+
AXIS 2401+
PSU (PS-D)
Documento
AXIS 2400+/01+ Administration Manual v1.02
Europa
R.U.
Australia
EE.UU.
Japón
Documento de garantía
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Nota:
La fuente de alimentación que se ofrece con su AXIS 2400+/2401+ depende del país. Por
favor, compruebe que el tipo de fuente de alimentación que utiliza es correcta.
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Instalar en una red
❶ Conecte la salida de video de su(s) cámara(s) al puerto(s) de video de
la AXIS 2400+/2401+ usando un cable coaxial de video estándar de 75
ohm, terminado con un conector BNC. (Utilice un convertidor BNC a RCA
si su cámara se suministra con un conector tipo fono estándar (RCA)).
❷ Fíjese en el número de serie de la
parte inferior de la unidad. Debe
saberlo para establecer la dirección IP.
Es el mismo número que el
número MAC/Ethernet; p. ej.
00408c100086 =
00-40-8c-10-00-86
❸ Utilice un método adecuado para su sistema operativo, asignando a su producto una
dirección IP única desde un ordenador a su red, de la forma siguiente:
Sólo Windows - Inicie una ventana de DOS y teclee estos comandos:
Sintaxis - El comando Ping se completa con el parámetro -l (L minúscula):
Sólo UNIX - Teclee estos comandos:
Sintaxis:
arp -s <Dirección IP servidor> <dirección Ethernet>
ping -l 408 -t <dirección IP servidor>
arp -s <dirección IP> <dirección Ethernet> temp
ping -s 408 <dirección IP>
Ejemplo:
Ejemplo:
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00-40-8c-10-00-86
ping -l 408 -t 172.21.1.200
arp -s 172.21.1.200 00:40:8c:10:00:86 temp
ping -s 408 172.21.1.200
Nota:
En algunos sistemas Unix, el comando arp puede situarse en un directorio que no está en la
ruta comando.
Ahora ve mensajes de ‘Tiempo de espera agotado para esta solicitud’ que vuelven a
aparecer repetidamente en la ventana de DOS.
❹ Conecte un cable Ethernet a su AXIS 2400+/2401+
y conéctela a la red.
Conector de red
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❺Conecte la fuente de alimentación externa a la unidad y
Fuente de alimentación
Conector
conéctela a la fuente de alimentación principal.
❻10 o 15 segundos después de haber conectado la
fuente de alimentación, elmensaje ‘Respuesta
desde 172.21.1.200...’ – o similar vuelve
a aparecer en la ventana de DOS. Asegúrese de que
el indicador de corriente está encendido de forma
permanente y de que el indicador de red destella
intermitentemente.
❼Pulse Control-C para salir de ping. La instalación se ha completado y está preparado para acceder a la AXIS 2400+/2401+ desde
su buscador de web, tal como se describe en la sección siguiente.
Indicador de red
Indicador de corriente
Verificando y completando la instalación desde su buscador web
❶ Inicie su buscador de web e introduzca la dirección
IP de su AXIS 2400+/2401+1 en el campo ubicación/dirección, tal y como aparece a continuación.
❷ Haga clic en el botón del asistente de instalación. El
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¡Importante!
• Para su venta AXIS 2400+/2401+ esta configurada para ser públicamente accedida (usando 'anonymous' ). La unidad también esta configurada para poder acceder a ella como Administrador, usando
el nombre de usuario y la contraseña 'root' y 'pass' respectivamente. La contraseña del Administrador debe de ser cambiada inmediatamente para prevenir el acceso sin autorización a la administración y a las imágenes. Luego de hacerlo, cierre y vuelva a abrir su navegador para asegurar que los
nuevos parámetros han sido registrados.
• Para permitir la actualización de imágenes en Microsoft Internet Explorer, configure el buscador para
activar los controles ActiveX y hacer una única instalación del componente Axis' ActiveX en su estación de trabajo. Sin embargo, si su entorno de trabajo restringe o prohíbe la descarga de componentes de software adicionales, puede configurar alternativamente su AXIS 2400+/2401+para
utilizar una applet de Java para actualizar las imágenes. Para más información, consulte la ayuda en
línea.
Incluir los parámetros por defecto
En algunas circunstancias, puede ser necesario volver a incluir los parámetros de fábrica
por defecto para su AXIS 2400+/01+. Esto se realiza haciendo clic en el botón adecuado en
Herramientas de administración o pulsando el botón Control.
El botón Control se encuentra en el interior del producto entre las entradas de video VIDEO
3 y VIDEO 4 en la AXIS 2400+, y a la izquierda de VIDEO OUT en la AXIS 2401+.
Siga las siguientes instrucciones para volver a incluir los parámetros del producto de
fábrica por defecto utilizando el botón Control:
1. Apague el AXIS 2400+/2401+ desconectando el cable de la corriente.
2. Con un objeto convenientemente agudo, pulse y mantenga apretado el botón "Control”
y vuelva a conectar el cable de la corriente
3. Siga manteniendo el botón “Control” apretado hasta que el indicador de estado luce
amarillo (tenga en cuenta que puede tomar 15 segundos), luego deje de apretar el
botón “Control”. El indicador de estado aparece en verde después de máximo 1 minuto
y su AXIS 2400+/2401+ se reinicia ahora con las configuraciones originales de la
fábrica.
La reinstalación de los parámetros originales de la fabrica causara a todos los parámetros ser
reajustados, incluyendo la dirección IP.
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Index
Interface Mode 25
IP address 9, 44
A
L
Administration tools 13
Anonymous user access 19
ARP 44
B
Bad snapshot images 45
BOOTP 11
C
CGI parameters 24
COM Settings 26
Compression 23
Configuration 13
administration 13
Customizing Your Product 32
D
Default viewer 20
DHCP 22
Digital inputs 40
Disconnected Video Sources 29
DNS server 21
Dynamic IP Addresses 22
F
Factory Default Settings 27
Front Panel 6
H
Hardware Inventory 8
HTTP API 24
I
I/O Terminal Block 38
Image Settings 23
Image Styles 29
Installation 9
Layout 20
Log file 20, 42
M
Modem Settings 26
N
Network indicator 44
Network Installation 9
Network Settings 21
Notification 22
P
Pan/Tilt 26, 36, 37
Parameter list 21
Password 19
Performance 47
Positional Control 30
Power indicator 44
Preset Positions 24
Problems 42
Purpose (of port) 25
R
Rear Panel 8
Relay output 38, 40
Restarting the unit 21
RS-232 serial interface 36
S
Security 19
Serial number 6
Serial Port Settings 25
Server password 13
Server Report 20, 42
Software 31
Specifications 46
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Technical specifications 46
Triggering snapshots 40
Troubleshooting 42
U
Updated software 31
Using the Video Server 28
W
Wizards 16
Z
Zoom 30
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