Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone

Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
TABLE OF CONTENTS
PEERING GRANDSTREAM CAMERA & IP MULTIMEDIA PHONE
CONFIGURATION GUIDE
Contents
INTRODUCTION.....................................................................................................................................................3
TUTORIAL ENVIRONMENT.....................................................................................................................................3
PART ONE: MONITOR IP CAMERA FROM IP MULTIMEDIA PHONE CONFIGURATION ................................................3
STEP 1: CONFIGURE YOUR IP MULTIMEDIA PHONE .................................................................................................................3
STEP 2: CONFIGURE YOUR IP CAMERA ..................................................................................................................................5
PART TWO: MOTION DETECTION AND ALARM TO SIP PHONE CONFIGURATION.....................................................7
STEP 1: ENABLE MOTION DETECTION ...................................................................................................................................7
STEP 2: ADD NUMBER TO PHONE LIST ..................................................................................................................................9
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 2 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
INTRODUCTION
The purpose of this document is to guide you to configure/monitor Grandstream IP cameras & IP Video
Encoders/Decoders and your Grandstream IP Multimedia Phone.
This guide is applicable to the following Grandstream IP cameras (GXV3651_FHD, GXV3662 with firmware
1.0.1.40 or higher; GXV3615, GXV3611_HD, GXV3611_LL, GXV 3601, GXV3601_HD, GXV3601_LL with
firmware 1.0.4.27 or higher) and IP Video Encoders/Decoders (GXV3501, GXV3504 with firmware 1.0.4.27or
higher; GXV3500 with firmware 1.0.1.40 or higher (Encoding functionality is used on GXV3500) and
GXV3140 (with firmware 1.0.7.50 or higher) and GXV3175 (with firmware 1.0.3.40 or higher)
Be aware that different firmware revisions may have different web interface formats and functionality.
TUTORIAL ENVIRONMENT
For this tutorial, we will be using Grandstream IP Multimedia Phone GXV3175 with firmware 1.0.3.40 and
Grandstream IP Camera GXV3651_FHD with firmware 1.0.1.40.
GXV3175 IP is 192.168.50.199
GXV3651_FHD IP is 192.168.50.143
Note: Make sure that both devices are set to use Static IPs; otherwise, the communication cannot be
established if one of them changes its IP from original one.
The Camera and the IP Multimedia Phone should be in the same Local Area Network; in the same
VPN, behind the same router or each has a public IP when in different networks. In other words; the
camera and the IP Multimedia Phone need to be able to reach each other.
This tutorial is separated in 2 parts:
PART ONE: MONITOR IP CAMERA FROM IP MULTIMEDIA PHONE CONFIGURATION
Step 1: Configure your IP Multimedia Phone
1. Access to the web interface of your IP Multimedia Phone by entering the IP of the IP Multimedia Phone
on your browser.
http://<IP_Multimedia_Phone_IP> (Default; username: admin, password: admin)
(i.e. http://192.168.50.199)
2. Go to Advanced Settings > General Settings and uncheck Use Random Port (Default is Yes).
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 3 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
3. Click Save on the bottom of the page and then apply your settings by clicking Apply on the top of the
page.
4. Go to Account 2 and enter the following :
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
f.
g.
Account Active : Yes (by enabling the check box)
Account Name : Any name (for example : Camera Peer)
SIP Server : Enter the IP of the camera to monitor (in our example : 192.168.50.143)
SIP User ID : Any extension number (for example : 100)
Authenticate ID : Same as SIP User ID (for example : 100)
Authenticate Password : Any password, can be same as SIP User ID (for example : 100)
Name : Any name (for example : Camera Peer)
- Figure 1 : Account 2 General Settings -
5. Repeat Step 3 to save and apply your settings.
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 4 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
6. Go to Account 2 > SIP Settings and set the following :
Note: We used account 2 in this example to keep Account 1 registered with IPVideoTalk service. Same
tutorial applies to other accounts by making sure the correct SIP port depending on the used account.
a. SIP Registration : No (Disable the check box)
b. Unregister On Reboot : Yes (Default is Yes)
c. Local SIP port : 5062 (Default is 5062)
7. Go to Account 2 > Network Settings, set NAT Traversal to NAT NO and click Save.
8. Go to Account 2 > Call Settings and set the following:
a. Start Video Automatically: Yes (Enable check box)
b. Remote Video Request: Select “Accept” from the dropdown list
Step 2: Configure your IP Camera
1. Access the web interface of your IP camera by entering the IP of the camera on your browser.
http://<Camera_IP> (Default; username: admin, password: admin)
(i.e. http://192.168.50.143)
2. Go to Configuration > SIP and enter the following :
a. Unregister On Reboot: No (Disable check box)
b. Account Name: Enter any name (for example : Phone Peer)
c. SIP Server: Enter the IP address of your IP Multimedia Phone followed by the SIP port (in this
example: 192.168.50.199:5062) Note: We specified SIP port 5062, since it’s the local SIP port for
Account 2 on the IP Multimedia Phone.
d. Outbound Proxy: Leave it blank
e. SIP User ID: Enter any extension (for example : 101)
f. Authenticate ID: Same as SIP User ID (for example : 101)
g. Authenticate Password: Enter any password (for example : 101)
h. STUN Server: Leave it blank
i. Stream: Select which stream will be used (Primary or Secondary, default secondary)
j. Preferred Vocoder: Select which vocoder to use for audio (PCMU or PCMA)
k. Register Expiration (Second): Will not be used (Keep as is it)
l. Local SIP port: Keep default 5060
m. Local RTP port: Keep default 5004
n. Auto Hook Timer: This will let the camera to automatically answer the call (Keep default 300)
o. Disable Audio in SIP call: Should not be checked
p. Enable Keep-Alive: Keep it unchecked
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 5 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
3. Accept Direct IP Call: Should be checked
4. Click Save then reboot the camera.
- Figure 2: IP camera SIP settings Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 6 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
Once Step 1 and Step 2 are completed, you will be able to call the IP Camera from your IP Multimedia
Phone to monitor it.
1.
2.
3.
4.
Use the second account to dial
Dial 101 and press Video Call
The camera will auto-answer
Video and Audio stream will be displayed on your IP Multimedia Phone
Note: If you want to use Primary stream, we recommend these settings on the camera side under
Configuration > Video & Audio > Video Settings > Primary Stream Settings:
Preferred Video Codec: H.264 (MJPEG Video Codec will not work in this scenario)
Resolution: VGA 640*480 (4:3) or lower
Bit Rate: 1024 kbps or lower
Max Frame Rate: 15 fps or lower
PART TWO: MOTION DETECTION AND ALARM TO SIP PHONE CONFIGURATION
Now, we will configure Motion Detection on the camera and set the alarm to call the configured IP
Multimedia Phone.
Step 1: Enable Motion Detection
1. Access the web interface of your IP camera by entering the IP of the camera on your browser.
http://<Camera_IP> (Default; username: admin, password: admin)
(i.e. http://192.168.50.143)
2. Go to Configuration > Advanced Settings > Motion Detection and set the following :
a.
b.
c.
d.
e.
Enable Motion Detection: Yes (Check box needs to be enabled)
Show Motion Detection Regions: Can be enabled depending on your convenience
Select a Region: Select a region from the dropdown list (from 0 to 15)
Sensitivity: Enter sensitivity value depending on your convenience or keep default 50 and Save.
Click Edit to specify the motion detection region by selecting on the displayed video and click
Save.
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 7 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
- Figure 3 : Enable Motion Detection -
3. In Alarm Action section, keep Upload to Alarm Center checked and check Voice Alarm to SIP phone
and click Save.
Note: When Upload to Alarm Center is checked, the Motion Detection region and icon (in Home page)
will blink in red if your camera detects any motion.
- Figure 4 : Alarm Action -
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 8 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
4. Motion Detection Time Schedule. Set the time when the Motion Detection will be enabled as follows
and click Add:
a.
b.
c.
d.
Region ID: Number of the region configured for Motion Detection
Date: Select in which weekday the alarm will be enabled, you may select Everyday
Start Time: Time when Motion Detection will start
End Time: Time when Motion Detection will end
- Figure 5: Motion Detection Time Schedule -
Step 2: Add Number to Phone List
Go to Configuration > Basic Settings > SIP, under Phone List section, set the following:
a. Phone Number: Enter the extension configured on your IP Multimedia Phone (in our example:
100)
b. Remark Name: Enter any Name (for example: Video phone)
c. Click Add to apply your settings and reboot the camera.
- Figure 6 : Phone List A SIP call will be initiated to the configured number (including audio and video) if the camera detects any
motion in your configured region.
References:
For more information about Grandstream IP Cameras and other products capabilities, please visit
http://www.grandstream.com or contact us at esupport.grandstream.com
Grandstream Networks, Inc.
www.grandstream.com
Peering Grandstream Camera & IP Multimedia Phone
Configuration Guide
Page 9 of 9
Last Update : 04/2012
Was this manual useful for you? yes no
Thank you for your participation!

* Your assessment is very important for improving the work of artificial intelligence, which forms the content of this project

Download PDF

advertisement