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AXIS 292
Network Video Decoder
User’s Manual
Installation instructions are also available in German, French, Italian and Spanish in this manual
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About This Document
This manual is intended for administrators and users of the
AXIS 292 Network Video Decoder, and is applicable for
software release 4.00. It includes instructions for installing,
using and managing the AXIS 292 on your network.
Previous experience of networking will be of use when
installing and using this product. 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
Caution! - Indicates a potential hazard that can damage the
product.
Important! - Indicates a hazard that can seriously impair
operation.
Do not proceed beyond any of the above notices until you
have fully understood the implications.
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 instructions, may cause harmful
interference to radio communications. However, there is no
guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular
installation.
If this equipment does cause harmful interference to radio
or television reception, which can be determined by turning
the equipment off and on, the user is encouraged to try to
correct the interference by one or more of the following
measures: Re-orient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and
receiver. Connect the equipment to an outlet on a different
circuit to the receiver. Consult your dealer or an
experienced radio/TV technician for help. Shielded (STP)
network cables must be used with this unit to ensure
compliance with EMC standards.
USA - This equipment has been tested and found to
comply with the limits for a Class B 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.
Europe -
This digital equipment fulfills the
requirements for radiated emission according to limit B of
EN55022/1998, and the requirements for immunity
according to EN55024/1998 residential, commercial, and
light industry.
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Support Services
Should you require any 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:
• download user documentation and firmware updates
• find answers to resolved problems in the FAQ database.
Search by product, category, or phrases
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AXIS 292 User’s Manual
Revision 1.00
Dated: May 2004
Part No: 21985
Copyright © Axis Communications AB, 2004
AXIS 292
Table of Contents
Product Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5
Hardware Inventory . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 6
Installing the AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Mounting the AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Connecting a TV monitor to the AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Installing on a network . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 9
Accessing and navigating. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Accessing the network video decoder. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Menu structure . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
The Overview Web Page . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 15
Video & Audio settings. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 16
Using the Video & Audio tools . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 17
Network - TCP/IP . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
TCP/IP Network Settings . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Maintenance . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
Troubleshooting . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Checking the Firmware . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Emergency Recovery Procedure. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 25
Support . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 26
Technical Specifications . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 28
Installieren des AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Montage des AXIS 292. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Anschluss eines TV-Bildschirms an AXIS 292. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Installieren in einem Netzwerk . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29
Installation de l’ AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Montage de l’AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Connexion d’un moniteur de télévision à l’AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Installation dans un réseau . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 34
Installazione di AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Montaggio di AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Connessione di un monitor TV ad AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
Installazione su una rete . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 39
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AXIS 292
Instalación del AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Montaje del AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Conexión de un monitor de TV al AXIS 292 . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Instalación en una red . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 44
Glossary of Terms . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 49
Index . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 50
AXIS 292 - Product Description
Product Description
The AXIS 292 Network Video Decoder is a one-port network video decoder that allows
real-time decoding of MPEG-2 and Motion JPEG video streams received over a TCP/IP
network (LAN) from a video source more specifically any Axis Network Video Encoder.
This encoder can be either an Axis Video Server or an Axis Network Camera. The AXIS
292 also allows real-time audio decoding.
The decoder may be connected to any analog video device such as monitors, video
switches and normal TV-sets, ensuring full flexibility in terms of image quality and
bandwidth usage. The video and audio streams are converted into high resolution, superior
image quality analog video in both composite and Y/C (S-Video) video format at full frame
rate (30/25 fps).
The AXIS 292 includes all of the required networking connectivity for receiving and
decoding content from the network. It has a built-in Web server, providing full access to
management through the use of a standard Web browser. It supports all Axis Motion JPEG
and MPEG-2 based products.
Read the following information to familiarize yourself with the AXIS 292, making
particular note of where the connectors and indicators are located.
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AXIS 292 - Product Description
Hardware Inventory
Check the items supplied with your AXIS 292 against the following list:
Item
Title/Variants
Network Video Decoder
AXIS 292
This document
AXIS 292 User’s Manual
Warranty Document
Power Supply
Europe
PS-K
UK
Australia
USA/Japan
Korea
Mounting Kit
Wall/rack
The power supply is country
specific, please check that the
type of power supply you are
using is correct.
AXIS 292 - Product Description
AXIS 292 Front Panel
Control
Button
Video Select
Button
Indicators - After completion of the startup and self test routines, the multi-colored
Network, Status, Power and Video Indicators flash as follows:
Power
Green
Normal operation
Green/Amber Flashes green/amber during upgrade
Status
Green
Normal operation
Green/Amber Flashes green/amber during startup
Network
Video
Red
Hardware error
Amber
Resetting to factory default
Red
Flashes for an illegal serial number
Amber
Flashes for activity on a 10 Mbit/s network
Green
Flashes for activity on a 100 Mbit/s network
None
No connection
Red
Video disconnected
Amber
Connecting
Green
Video connected
Control Button - Press this button to restore the factory default settings, as described in
Default, on page 21.
Video Select Button - Press this button to connect/disconnect the product to the video
stream. When the video stream is disconnected, the IP address of the AXIS 292 as well as
the IP address of the video encoder will be shown as an overlay on the TV monitor.
Note: If the settings of a connected Motion JPEG video source are changed, it is necessary to first disconnect and
then reconnect the video source for the settings to take effect on the decoded video signal.
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AXIS 292 - Product Description
AXIS 292 Rear Panel
RCA
BNC
Y/C
Network Connector - The AXIS 292 connects to the network via a standard RJ45
connector. The AXIS 292 detects the speed of the local network segment
(10BaseT/100BaseTX Ethernet).
Video Connectors • RCA - Standard phono-type connector for composite video in PAL/NTSC. Allows
direct connection of an analog TV device.
• BNC - Coaxial BNC connector for composite video in PAL/NTSC. Allows direct
connection of an analog TV device.
• Y/C - Mini-DIN connector for S-Video in PAL/NTSC. Allows direct connection of
an analog TV device.
Note: The RCA and BNC connectors should not be used simultaneously. The Y/C connector can be used simultaneously with any one of the other connectors.
Audio Output - Analog audio stereo with Line levels. Allows connection to external audio
equipment.
Power Supply Connector - A single socket for connection of the PS-K power supply.
AXIS 292 - Installing the AXIS 292
Installing the AXIS 292
Mounting the AXIS 292
The AXIS 292 is supplied with a mounting kit for wall or rack mounting. The mounting
brackets can be positioned for mounting the network video decoder on a vertical surface or
in a rack (4U). Follow the instructions below to attach the mounting bracket to the video
server:
1. Slide the grey frame off the front
panel of the network video decoder
(no tools needed).
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2. Insert the metal plates in the
slots on each side of the network
video decoder.
3. Position and attach the brackets
on each side using the provided
screws.
Connecting a TV monitor to the AXIS 292
Check your TV monitor to see which connectors are available. It is recommended to use
S-video if available. Connect the TV monitor to the appropriate Video output connector.
Installing on a network
The AXIS 292 is designed for installation on an Ethernet network. This involves assigning
an IP address to the network video decoder, either manually or via an automated network
service (DHCP). Depending on your network, select one of the following procedures:
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Automatic Installation using DHCP, on page 10.
Manual Installation using AXIS IP Utility, on page 11.
Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in Windows, on page 12.
Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in UNIX/Linux, on page 13.
Notes: • The AXIS 292 has the default IP address 192.168.0.90
• DHCP is enabled by default
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Automatic Installation using DHCP
DHCP is enabled by default on the AXIS 292. If a DHCP server is available, follow these
instructions to install the AXIS 292 using DHCP.
1. Connect a standard RJ-45 network cable to the AXIS 292 and connect it to the
network.
2. Connect an external monitor to one of the video outputs.
3. Connect power to the AXIS 292.
4. The IP address will be displayed on the TV monitor during startup.
5. Start a Web browser and enter the IP address in the Address/Location field.
6. Press Enter.
7. Enter the password for the root user (administrator).
8. The installation is now complete. Proceed to Accessing the network video decoder,
on page 14.
Notes: If the monitor displays the default IP address (192.168.0.90), DHCP probably failed. In this case, please
proceed to one of the manual installation procedures on the following pages.
The default password when the product is shipped is pass. This password may have been changed by the
administrator at a previous installation. Refer to Troubleshooting, on page 25 for instructions on how to
restore the AXIS 292 to the default settings.
AXIS 292 - Installing the AXIS 292
Manual Installation using AXIS IP Utility
AXIS IP Utility is a Windows software application that installs the AXIS 292 to your local network
using a static IP address.
• Download the AXIS IP Utility software to your computer, free of charge, from the Support
pages at http://www.axis.com/techsup/software
• Double-click the setup.exe file and follow the on-screen instructions to install the
software on your computer.
Follow these instructions to set the IP address manually using AXIS IP Utility:
1. Acquire an unused IP address from
your network administrator for your
AXIS 292. (AXIS IP Utility detects the
subnet your computer is connected
to. The AXIS 292 must be installed on
the same subnet).
2. Connect a standard RJ-45 network
cable to the AXIS 292 and connect it
to the network.
3. Connect power to the AXIS 292.
4. Start AXIS IP Utility on your computer.
5. Enter the serial number:
The serial number/MAC address (S/N) is located on the label on the underside of the AXIS 292.
6. Enter the acquired IP address for your AXIS 292 and click Set IP.
7. When prompted by AXIS IP Utility, restart the network video decoder 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 AXIS 292 Web pages.
10.Enter the password for the root user (administrator).
11. The installation is now complete. Proceed to Accessing the network video decoder,
on page 14.
Note: The default password when the product is shipped is pass. This password may have been changed by the
administrator at a previous installation. Refer to Troubleshooting, on page 25 for instructions on how to
restore the AXIS 292 to the default settings.
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Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in Windows
Assign your product with a unique IP address from a computer on your network, as
follows:
1. Acquire an unused IP address for the AXIS 292 from your network administrator.
The AXIS 292 must be installed on the same subnet as your computer.
2. Connect a standard network cable to the AXIS 292 and connect it to the network.
3. Locate the serial number/MAC Address (S/N) on the label on the underside of the
AXIS 292.
4. From a computer on your network, open a Command Prompt, i.e. from the
Windows Start menu, select Run... and type command or cmd in the field. Click
OK.
5. Enter the commands:
Syntax:
arp -s <IP address> <MAC address>
ping -l 408 -t <IP address>
Note: The ping command is
followed by -l (lower case L)
Example
6. Connect power to the AXIS 292.
7. When ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ is displayed (approximately 10-15 seconds),
type Ctrl+C to close the ARP Ping session.
8. Start a Web browser and enter the IP address in the Address/Location field.
9. Press Enter.
10.Enter a password for the root user (administrator).
11. The installation is now complete. Proceed to Accessing the network video decoder,
on page 14.
Note: The default password when the product is shipped is pass. This password may have been changed by the
administrator at a previous installation. Refer to Troubleshooting, on page 25 for instructions on how to
restore the AXIS 292 to the default settings.
AXIS 292 - Installing the AXIS 292
Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in UNIX/Linux
Assign your product with a unique IP address from a computer on your network, as
follows:
1. Acquire an unused IP address for the AXIS 292 from your network administrator.
The AXIS 292 must be installed on the same subnet as your computer.
2. Connect a standard network cable to the AXIS 292 and connect it to the network.
3. Locate the serial number/MAC Address (S/N) on the label on the underside of the
AXIS 292.
Syntax:
arp -s <IP Address> <MAC Address> temp
ping -s 408 <IP address>
Example:
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
4. Connect power to the AXIS 292.
5. Close the ARP Ping session once ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ (or similar) is
displayed (approximately 10-15 seconds).
6. Start a Web browser and enter the IP address in the Address/Location field.
7. Press Enter.
8. Enter the password for the root user (administrator).
9. The installation is now complete. Proceed to Accessing the network video decoder,
on page 14.
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Notes: In some Unix systems, the arp command can be located in a directory that is not on the
command path.
The default password when the product is shipped is pass. This password may have been changed by the
administrator at a previous installation. Refer to Troubleshooting, on page 25 for instructions on how to
restore the AXIS 292 to the default settings.
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Accessing and navigating
Accessing the network video decoder
The AXIS 292 can be used with most standard operating systems and supports Microsoft
Internet Explorer 5.x or later, Netscape 7.1 or later, and Mozilla 1.4 or later.
1. Start a Web browser (Netscape Navigator, Internet Explorer, Mozilla).
2. Enter the IP address or host
name of the AXIS 292 in the
Location/Address field of
your Web browser.
3. Enter the user name and
password set by the administrator.
4. The overview page is displayed in your Web browser.
Important Notes!
• All Axis products are shipped with the same password by default. The default password (pass) for
the pre-configured user (root) should be changed as soon as possible.
• Javascript must be enabled in your browser for the AXIS 292 Web-based interface to work.
Menu structure
On the left hand side of the overview page the navigation menu is available.
Menu title
Description
Overview
Information on the video source that the
AXIS 292 is connected to and the status of
the AXIS 292
Video & Audio
Access to tools for configuring the video
and audio settings for the AXIS 292.
Network - TCP/IP
Access to tools for configuring the TCP/IP
network settings
Maintenance
Access to tools for changing the password
and for maintaining and upgrading the AXIS
292.
Support
Instructions for troubleshooting and access
to server log files.
Access the different tools for configuring and maintaining the AXIS 292 by clicking the
menu titles in the list.
AXIS 292 - The Overview Web Page
The Overview Web Page
This page gives information on which video source the AXIS 292 Network Video Decoder
is connected to and the status of the AXIS 292. It also gives access to the tools for
configuring the AXIS 292. The 10 latest entries from the system log are displayed at the
bottom of the page. More log information can be found on the support page. On line help
pages are available on each web page.
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Video & Audio settings
This section describes how to configure the video & audio settings for your network video
decoder.
The AXIS 292 provides the connection for a single digital video stream source. Ensure that
the video source is correctly connected and powered up before attempting configuration
1. Open the Video & Audio settings from the menu links on the left.
2. Specify the IP address to or the DNS name of the video encoder from where the
digital video stream is fetched. Enter the user name and password for the video
encoder. Click the View button to verify the connection with the encoder.
3. Specify the decoder settings for the selected Video source.
4. Depending on the format of your TV system, select Video Out to either PAL or
NTSC.
5. Set the volume of the audio output.
6. To save the settings, click the Save button. When this web page is refreshed,
feedback about the connection will be available in the information field at the
bottom of the page.
AXIS 292 - Video & Audio settings
Using the Video & Audio tools
Video Encoder
Address - Enter the IP address of the video encoder the AXIS 292 is connected to.
User Name and Password - If you enter a valid user name and password, you can access the
video stream by clicking the button View next to the input field.
Note: Selecting a user with viewing rights only on the encoder is recommended.
Video Source
Video Source Number - Some video encoders support multiple video channels and/or quad
stream. If this is available you can select which channel to connect to. The value has no
effect if the video encoder only has one channel.
Note: The AXIS 292 does not support HTTPS. If the selected video source requires HTTPS, no video stream will be
available to the AXIS 292.
Video Source Type - Video streams are accepted from video sources that support any of the
following formats: Motion JPEG, MPEG-2 Unicast or MPEG-2 Multicast. Automatic
detection of video source type is recommended. However, if there is no connection, select
format from the drop-down menu.
Interlace Mode - Using automatic detection is recommended for all operating modes. If
moving objects seem to be shaking, select either interlace or progressive mode to obtain a
better image. The interlace mode is only valid for Motion JPEG sources. It is mostly used
when the stream to be decoded is fetched from a video source with large resolution, using
an external analog camera.
Auto-connect at Boot - When the AXIS 292 is powered (booted), this parameter controls if
automatic connection to the video source should be made. The default setting is to
automatically connect to the video source specified.
Connect/Disconnect button - The Connect/Disconnect button next to the drop-down menu
allows you to explicitly connect or disconnect. The IP addresses for the AXIS 292 and the
video encoder are shown on the TV monitor when the video source is disconnected. This
button has the same behavior as the front panel video select button.
Note: If the settings of a connected Motion JPEG video encoder are changed, it is necessary to first disconnect
and then reconnect the encoder for the settings to take effect on the decoded video signal.
Video Out
Video Out - Select the correct standard from the drop-down list; PAL - the dominant
standard in Europe, or NTSC - the common standard in the United States and Japan.
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Audio Out
Audio Out - Set the output volume. The default value is 50.
When all settings have been made, press the Save button.
Video Encoder Information
Video Encoder Information - The video encoder information fields show basically the same
information as the overview page. The information is updated when the page is refreshed.
AXIS 292 - Network - TCP/IP
Network - TCP/IP
This section lists and describes the tools for configuring the TCP/IP network settings on the
AXIS 292.
The product cannot be configured before it is installed. If you have not yet completed the
installation, please refer to Installing the AXIS 292, on page 9.
TCP/IP Network Settings
If a DHCP server is available on the network, you can allow this to assign IP address, DNS
server address and host names to the AXIS 292. To see the current settings, press the View
buttons to the right of each DHCP radio button. The network settings can also be
configured manually as follows:
IP Address Configuration
IP Address - A unique IP address for your server is required to establish communication
with your network. Written as four numbers separated by periods, each number within the
address must be in the range 0 - 255. For example: 192.168.1.90. Click the Test button to
verify that the address is available.
Subnet Mask - The subnet mask for the subnet the AXIS 292 is located on. In most cases the
value 255.255.255.0 will work well.
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Default Router - The default router (Gateway) used for connecting to other networks and
network segments.
DNS configuration
Domain Name - The names of the domains where the AXIS 292 will access its video sources.
Primary DNS Server - This specifies the IP address of the server that normally provides the
translation of domain names to IP addresses on your network. If the server is not able to
resolve a domain name immediately, it will then distribute the domain name query to other
DNS servers on the network.
Secondary DNS Server - This will be used if the primary DNS server is unavailable.
Note: If a DNS server is not available or specified, the address for e.g. a video source must be an IP address.
Host Name Configuration
Host Name - If you are running a DNS server on your network and wish to connect to the
AXIS 292 using a name, enter the product’s host name here. The host name is usually the
same as the assigned DNS Name. A host name is always the first part of a Fully Qualified
Domain Name and is always one word, with no period. For example, myserver is the
host name in the Fully Qualified Domain Name myserver.axis.com.
HTTP
Port number - The AXIS 292 will use the HTTP port entered here. The default setting is 80.
Alternatively, any port in the range 1024-65535 may be used, but check first with your
system administrator before changing the default setting.
Network Traffic
Connection type - This can be used to change the network speed for your server. Normally,
there is no need to use anything other than Auto-negotiate, which will automatically
select the correct media type. However, if you are using a switch or similar device on your
network and need to specify the media type, this can be done by selecting the correct type
from the drop-down list.
AXIS 292 - Maintenance
Maintenance
Administrator Password
Enter a new password and confirm it.
Important!
• The default password (pass) for the pre-configured user (root) should be changed as soon as possible.
• All Axis products are shipped with the same default Administrator password.
Maintain Server
This section provides tools for the following:
Restart - Clicking this button will restart the AXIS 292. The settings will not change.
Default - In certain circumstances, it may be necessary to reinstate the Factory Default
settings for the AXIS 292. This is performed in one of two ways:
• By clicking the Default button from the Maintenance page.
• By pressing the Control button, located on the front panel, following the
instructions below.
Both these options will reset ALL the parameters currently configured in the unit, i.e.
network settings, etc.
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Follow the instructions below to reinstate the product factory default settings using the
Control button:
1. Switch off the AXIS 292 by disconnecting the power supply.
2. Press and hold the Control button pressed, and reconnect the power.
3. Keep the Control button pressed until the Status Indicator displays steady amber
(note that this may take up to 15 seconds), then release the button. When the
Status Indicator displays green (which can take up to several minutes) the AXIS
292 will then have been reset to its original factory default settings.
Upgrade Server
New firmware can be simply loaded into the AXIS 292 over the network. The latest version
of the AXIS 292 firmware is available free of charge from the Axis Web site at
http://www.axis.com/techsup or from your local distributor.
Note: Preconfigured and customized settings will be retained for use when the new firmware is running (providing that the features are available in the new firmware) although this is not guaranteed by Axis Communications. Always read the upgrade instructions and release notes available with each new release, before
updating the firmware.
1. Get the latest version of the firmware file either from the Axis Web site or from
your local distributor.
2. Save the firmware file to your computer.
3. Go to Maintenance in the network video decoder’s Web pages.
4. In the Upgrade Server section, browse to the downloaded firmware file on your
computer. Click Upgrade. The procedure can last for up to 20 minutes.
5. The AXIS 292 restarts automatically after the upgrade has completed.
AXIS 292 - Maintenance
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 292 - even if you suspect the procedure has failed.
• In case of failure, refer to Emergency Recovery Procedure, on page 25.
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Support
The Support Overview provides instructions for troubleshooting and access to the server
log file which may be useful when troubleshooting or when contacting the Axis support
services.
As well as the server log file, the following are also available:
• The Server Report - The Server Report displays a listing of important information
about the AXIS 292. When contacting Axis support, please be sure to provide a
valid Server Report with your query.
• The Parameter List - This link displays a listing of all of the AXIS 292's parameters and their current settings.
AXIS 292 - Troubleshooting
Troubleshooting
This appendix provides useful information to help you to resolve any difficulty you might
have with your AXIS 292. 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
currently installed firmware version. The latest version may contain a correction that fixes
your particular problem. You can find the installed version number under Overview >
AXIS 292 Status and compare it against the latest version on the Axis support pages at
www.axis.com/techsup/. If a new version is available, upgrade the firmware, see Upgrade
Server, on page 22.
Emergency Recovery Procedure
If power or the network connection to the AXIS 292 is lost during the upgrade, the process
will fail and the unit will become unresponsive. A flashing red Status LED indicates a failed
upgrade. To recover the unit, follow the steps below. The serial number is found on the
underside label on the product casing. The IP address of AXIS 292 is displayed on the TV
monitor.
1. Unix/Linux - From the command line, type the following:
arp -s <IP address of AXIS 292> <Serial number> temp
ping -s 408 <IP address of AXIS 292>
Windows - From a command/DOS prompt, type the following:
arp -s <IP address of AXIS 292> <Serial number>
ping -l 408 -t <IP address of AXIS 292>
2. If the unit does not reply within a few seconds, restart it and wait for a reply. Press
CTRL+C to stop Ping.
3. Open a browser and type in the AXIS 292’s IP address. In the page that appears, use the
Browse button to select the upgrade file to use, e.g. axis292.bin. Then click the Load
button to restart the upgrade process.
4. After the upgrade has completed (1-10 minutes), the unit will automatically restart and
show a steady green on the Power and Status LED:s and flashing green or amber on the
Network LED.
5. Repeat the ARP and Ping commands as described above.
6. Open a new browser and enter the unit's IP address.
7. Reconfigure your settings.
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If the emergency recovery procedure does not get the AXIS 292 up and running again,
please contact Axis support at www.axis.com/techsup/
Support
If you contact the Axis support desk, please help us help you resolve your problems
expediently by providing a server report, log file and a brief description of the problem.
Server Report - go to Support > Support Overview. The server report contains important
information about the server and its software, as well as a list of the current parameters.
Server log file - go to Support > Support Overview. The Server log file records events
within the unit since the last restart of the system and can prove a useful diagnostic tool
for troubleshooting.
Parameter list - go to Support > Support Overview. The Parameter list file shows the
parameters of the network video decoder and their current settings and can also prove a
useful diagnostic tool for troubleshooting.
Symptoms, Possible Causes and Remedial ActionsI
Problems setting the IP address
Using ARP Ping - the IP address Restart the server and try again. Also, make sure the ping length is set to 408. See
must be set within two minutes Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in Windows, on page 12 - or after the power has been applied Manual Installation using ARP and Ping in UNIX/Linux, on page 13
to the video server
The video server is located on a
different subnet.
If the IP address intended for the AXIS 292 and the IP address of your computer are located on
different subnets, you will not be able to set the IP address using AXIS IP Utility or ARP Ping. If
no DHCP server is available, contact your network administrator for an IP address on the same
subnet as the computer you are performing the installation from.
The IP address is being used by
another device
Disconnect the power from the AXIS 292.
Run the Ping command (in a Command/DOS window, type ping and the IP address of the unit).
If you receive: Reply from <IP address>: bytes = 32; time = 10 ms..... - this means that the IP
address may already be in use by another device on your network. You must obtain a new IP
address and reinstall the unit.
If you receive: Request timed out - this means that the IP address is available for use with your
video server. In this case, check all cabling and reinstall the unit.
The AXIS 292 cannot be accessed from a Web browser
Proxy
If using a proxy server, try disabling the proxy setting in your browser
The IP address has been changed Press the Video Select button on the front of the AXIS 292 to obtain the IP address from the TV
by DHCP
monitor screen.
Other networking problems
Test the network cable by connecting it to another network device, then Ping that device from
your workstation. See instructions above.
The AXIS 292 can not be accessed via a host name.
Wrong host name
Check that the host name and DNS server settings are correct
The Power indicator is not constantly lit
Faulty power supply
Verify that you are using an AXIS PS-K power supply.
The Status and network indicators flash at short intervals
Hardware failure
Contact your Axis dealer.
AXIS 292 - Troubleshooting
The Status indicator LED is flashing red and the camera is inaccessible
A firmware upgrade has been
See the Emergency Recovery Procedure above.
interrupted or the firmware has
otherwise been damaged.
No image or slow updating of images on video out
The video source is too heavily
loaded
Try limiting the number of clients accessing the video source. Slow performance may be caused
by e.g. heavy network traffic, many users with access to unit, low performing client, complexity
and movement in the image etc.
Network bandwidth not sufficient
Adjust the video and audio settings of the video source to suit the prevailing conditions.
Video source requires HTTPS
Change the settings of the video source to not require HTTPS.
Poor image quality on monitor
Wrong PAL/NTSC settings
Check PAL/NTSC settings
Video source has been configAdjust the video source configuration
ured with low resolution or high
compression.
Wrong cabling
Check cabling, exchange if necessary
No connection to the video source
Video source is no longer available.
Check if the video source is accessible from a PC. Check the video source. The source may have
been turned off, it may have received a new IP address or the password may have been
changed. Change the AXIS 292 settings accordingly.
Wrong IP address to the encoder Change the IP address to the encoder on the Video & Audio web page of the AXIS 292.
Wrong user/password to the
encoder
Change the user name and password to the encoder on the Video & Audio web page of the
AXIS 292.
Wrong source type is selected
Select automatic detection of source type or specify the correct source type.
No audio out
Audio not available
Check if audio is enabled on the encoder. Check the cabling used. Check that the volume out
from the decoder is high enough.
For additional assistance, please contact your reseller or check the product’s support pages
on the Axis Website at http://www.axis.com/techsup
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Technical Specifications
Detail
Specification
System Requirements
Standard Internet TCP/IP suite of protocols
Supported Web Browsers
Windows - Microsoft Internet Explorer 5.x or later and Mozilla 1.4 or later
Linux - Mozilla 1.4 or later
Mac OSX - Netscape 7.1 or later or Mozilla 1.4 or later
Installation
Physical network connection using RJ-45
twisted pair cable & AXIS PS-K Power
Supply.
Installs directly to NTSC or PAL TV monitors
using S-Video, BNC or RCA connectors
Management
Remote configuration and status using Web-based tools
Video Source
Motion JPEG and MPEG-2
Video Out
PAL/NTSC
Frame rate: 25/30 frames/second
Resolution >500 TVL
Audio Out
Mono/Stereo audio (simplex)
Support decoding of G.721, G.723
and MPEG-1 Layer-2
Image size
720x576
Maximum size of image to be
decoded
Network Connection
10Base-T/100Base-TX Ethernet networks (RJ-45)
Video Out Connectors
BNC carrying Composite Video
RCA carrying Composite Video
Mini-DIN carrying S-Video
Audio Connection
Analog stereo audio out (3.5 mm jack with
Line levels)
Network Protocols
TCP/IP, HTTP, FTP, ARP, DHCP, BOOTP, UDP, RTP
Security
Password protection for restricted access to setup and configuration
Operating Conditions:
Temp: 5oC (41oF) to 50oC (122oF)
Humidity: 20-80% RHG
Approvals EMC
FCC Subpart B,Class A, B
EN 55022/1998 Class B
EN 61000-3-2:2000
EN 61000-3-3:2000
EN 55024/1998
VCCI Class B
C-tick AS/NZS 3548
Approvals - Safety:
EN60950.
Power supply (PS-K) - UL, CSA
Metrics:
Height: 1.7” (42 mm)
Width: 5.5” (140 mm),
Length: 9” (228 mm),
Weight: 1.6 pounds (732 g),
excluding power supply
Hardware
National Semiconductors SC1200 CPU
Video/audio decompression chip Sigma
Designs + 8MB RAM
Linux 2.4 kernel
32MB RAM
16MB FLASH
Power
External power supply included:
9V DC, 9W (PS-K)
Alternative input voltage 7-20V DC,
min 7W
Complimentary Software
AXIS IP Utility - Windows installation
Available from the Axis web site
Windows, Linux, UNIX, Mac. etc.
Use to convert a digital video stream
to an analog video signal for a
conventional TV monitor.
Allows direct connection e.g. of an
external monitor
AXIS 292 - Installieren des AXIS 292
Installieren des AXIS 292
Montage des AXIS 292
AXIS 292 wird mit einem Montagesatz für Wandanbringung oder Rackeinbau geliefert. Die
Halterungen lassen sich so montieren, dass der Netzwerk-Videodecoder auf einer
senkrechten Oberfläche angebracht oder in einem Rack (4U) eingebaut werden kann.
Befolgen Sie die nachstehenden Anweisungen für die Anbringung der Halterung am
Videoserver:
1. Ziehen Sie den grauen Rahmen
vorn am Netzwerk-Videodecoder
ab (werkzeugfrei).
1
2
3
2. Schieben Sie die Metallplatten in
die Schlitze auf beiden Seiten des
Netzwerk-Videodecoders.
3. Bringen Sie die Halterungen auf
beiden Seiten in die richtige Lage
und befestigen Sie sie mit den dafür
vorgesehenen Schrauben.
Anschluss eines TV-Bildschirms an AXIS 292
Untersuchen Sie Ihren TV-Bildschirm auf vorhandene Anschlüsse. Falls vorhanden, wird
ein S-Video-Anschluss empfohlen. Verbinden Sie den TV-Bildschirm mit dem
entsprechenden Video-Ausgang.
Installieren in einem Netzwerk
AXIS 292 ist für die Installation in einem Ethernet-Netzwerk vorgesehen. Dazu muss dem
Netzwerk-Videodecoder entweder manuell oder über einen automatischen Netzwerkservice
(DHCP) eine IP-Adresse zugewiesen werden. Wählen Sie entsprechend Ihrem Netzwerk
eines der folgenden Verfahren:
•
•
•
•
Automatische Installation per DHCP, auf Seite 30.
Manuelle Installation mit AXIS IP Utility, auf Seite 31.
Manuelle Installation mit ARP und Ping unter Windows, auf Seite 32.
Manuelle Installation mit ARP und Ping unter UNIX/Linux, auf Seite 33.
Hinweise: •AXIS 292 besitzt die Standard-IP-Adresse 192.168.0.90.
•DHCP ist standardmäßig aktiviert.
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Automatische Installation per DHCP
DHCP ist für AXIS 292 standardmäßig aktiviert. Wenn ein DHCP-Server verfügbar ist,
befolgen Sie diese Anweisungen, um AXIS 292 per DHCP zu installieren.
1. Schließen Sie ein standardmäßiges RJ-45-Netzwerkkabel an AXIS 292 an und
verbinden Sie das Gerät mit dem Netzwerk.
2. Verbinden Sie einen externen TV-Bildschirm mit einem der Video-Ausgänge.
3. Schließen Sie AXIS 292 an das Stromnetz an
4. Die IP-Adresse erscheint beim Start auf dem TV-Bildschirm.
5. Starten Sie einen Webbrowser und geben Sie die IP-Adresse in der Adresszeile
ein.
6. Drücken Sie Enter.
7. Geben Sie das Passwort für den Root-Benutzer (Administrator) ein.
8. Die Installation ist nunmehr abgeschlossen. Fahren Sie fort mit dem Abschnitt
Accessing the network video decoder, auf Seite 14.
Hinweise: Wenn am Bildschirm die Standard-IP-Adresse (192.168.0.90) erscheint, ist die Installation per DHCP
möglicherweise fehlgeschlagen. Führen Sie in diesem Fall eine der manuellen Installationsmethoden
aus (siehe folgende Seiten).
Das Standardpasswort im Lieferzustand des Geräts lautet ”pass”. Dieses Passwort kann vom
Administrator bei einer vorherigen Installation geändert worden sein. Wie Sie die
Standardeinstellungen für AXIS 292 wieder herstellen, entnehmen Sie dem Abschnitt
Troubleshooting, auf Seite 25.
AXIS 292 - Installieren des AXIS 292
Manuelle Installation mit AXIS IP Utility
AXIS IP Utility ist eine Anwendungssoftware von Windows, mit der AXIS 292 über eine statische
IP-Adresse in Ihrem lokalen Netzwerk installiert wird.
• Laden Sie die AXIS IP Utility-Software kostenlos von den Support-Seiten unter
http://www.axis.com/techsup/software herunter.
• Doppelklicken Sie auf die Datei setup.exe und befolgen Sie die Anweisungen am
Bildschirm, um die Software auf Ihrem Computer zu installieren.
So legen Sie die IP-Adresse mit Hilfe von AXIS IP Utility fest:
1. Lassen Sie sich von Ihrem
Netzwerkadministrator eine
unbenutzte IP-Adresse für AXIS 292
zuweisen. (AXIS IP Utility erkennt
das Subnetz, mit dem Ihr Computer
verbunden ist. AXIS 292 muss im
selben Subnetz installiert sein).
2. Schließen Sie ein standardmäßiges
RJ-45-Netzwerkkabel an AXIS 292
an und verbinden Sie das Gerät mit
dem Netzwerk.
3. Schließen Sie AXIS 292 an das Stromnetz an
4. Starten Sie AXIS IP Utility auf Ihrem Computer.
5. Geben Sie die Seriennummer ein:
Die Seriennummer/MAC-Adresse (S/N) steht auf dem Aufkleber auf der Unterseite von AXIS 292.
6. Geben Sie die zugewiesene IP-Adresse für AXIS 292 ein und klicken Sie auf Set
IP.
7. Wenn AXIS IP Utility Sie dazu auffordert, starten Sie den Netzwerk-Videodecoder
durch Trennen und erneutes Anschließen der externen Stromversorgung neu.
8. Eine Bestätigungsmeldung erscheint, dass die IP-Adresse festgelegt wurde.
Klicken Sie auf OK.
9. Klicken Sie auf View Home Page, um auf die AXIS 292-Webseiten zu gelangen.
10.Geben Sie das Passwort für den Root-Benutzer (Administrator) ein.
11. Die Installation ist nunmehr abgeschlossen. Fahren Sie fort mit dem Abschnitt
Accessing the network video decoder, auf Seite 14.
Hinweis:
Das Standardpasswort im Lieferzustand des Geräts lautet ”pass”. Dieses Passwort kann vom
Administrator bei einer vorherigen Installation geändert worden sein. Wie Sie die
Standardeinstellungen für AXIS 292 wieder herstellen, entnehmen Sie dem Abschnitt
Troubleshooting, auf Seite 25.
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Manuelle Installation mit ARP und Ping unter Windows
Weisen Sie Ihrem Produkt wie folgt eine individuelle IP-Adresse von einem Computer Ihres
Netzwerks aus zu:
1. Lassen Sie sich von Ihrem Netzwerkadministrator eine unbenutzte IP-Adresse für
AXIS 292 zuweisen. AXIS 292 muss im selben Subnetz wie Ihr Computer
installiert sein.
2. Schließen Sie ein standardmäßiges Netzwerkkabel an AXIS 292 an und verbinden
Sie das Gerät mit dem Netzwerk.
3. Die Seriennummer/MAC-Adresse (S/N) steht auf dem Aufkleber auf der Unterseite
von AXIS 292.
4. Rufen Sie an einem Computer in Ihrem Netzwerk eine Befehlszeile auf. Wählen
Sie dazu im Windows-Startmenü den Eintrag Ausführen aus und geben Sie den
Befehl cmd oder command ein. Klicken Sie auf OK.
5. Geben Sie die Befehle ein:
Syntax:
arp -s <IP-Adresse> <MAC-Adresse>
ping -l 408 -t <IP-Adresse>
Hinweis: Auf den Ping-Befehl
folgt -l (kleingeschriebenes L)
Beispiel
6. Schließen Sie AXIS 292 an das Stromnetz an
7. Bei Anzeige von ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ (ca. 10-15 Sek.) drücken Sie
Strg+C zum Beenden der ARP Ping-Sitzung.
8. Starten Sie einen Webbrowser und geben Sie die IP-Adresse in der Adresszeile
ein.
9. Drücken Sie Enter.
10.Geben Sie ein Passwort für den Root-Benutzer (Administrator) ein.
11. Die Installation ist nunmehr abgeschlossen. Fahren Sie fort mit dem Abschnitt
Accessing the network video decoder, auf Seite 14.
Hinweis:
Das Standardpasswort im Lieferzustand des Geräts lautet ”pass”. Dieses Passwort kann vom
Administrator bei einer vorherigen Installation geändert worden sein. Wie Sie die
Standardeinstellungen für AXIS 292 wieder herstellen, entnehmen Sie dem Abschnitt
Troubleshooting, auf Seite 25.
AXIS 292 - Installieren des AXIS 292
Manuelle Installation mit ARP und Ping unter UNIX/Linux
Weisen Sie Ihrem Produkt wie folgt eine individuelle IP-Adresse von einem Computer Ihres
Netzwerks aus zu:
1. Lassen Sie sich von Ihrem Netzwerkadministrator eine unbenutzte IP-Adresse für
AXIS 292 zuweisen. AXIS 292 muss im selben Subnetz wie Ihr Computer
installiert sein.
2. Schließen Sie ein standardmäßiges Netzwerkkabel an AXIS 292 an und verbinden
Sie das Gerät mit dem Netzwerk.
3. Die Seriennummer/MAC-Adresse (S/N) steht auf dem Aufkleber auf der Unterseite
von AXIS 292.
Syntax:
arp -s <IP-Adresse> <MAC-Adresse> temp
ping -s 408 <IP-Adresse>
Beispiel:
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
4. Schließen Sie AXIS 292 an das Stromnetz an
5. Beenden Sie die ARP Ping-Sitzung, sobald ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ (oder so
ähnlich) erscheint (für ca. 10-15 Sek.).
6. Starten Sie einen Webbrowser und geben Sie die IP-Adresse in der Adresszeile ein.
7. Drücken Sie Enter.
8. Geben Sie das Passwort für den Root-Benutzer (Administrator) ein.
9. Die Installation ist nunmehr abgeschlossen. Fahren Sie fort mit dem Abschnitt
Accessing the network video decoder, auf Seite 14.
.
Hinweise: In einigen Unix-Systemen kann sich der Befehl arp in einem Verzeichnis befinden, das nicht im
Befehlspfad steht.
Das Standardpasswort im Lieferzustand des Geräts lautet ”pass”. Dieses Passwort kann vom
Administrator bei einer vorherigen Installation geändert worden sein. Wie Sie die
Standardeinstellungen für AXIS 292 wieder herstellen, entnehmen Sie dem Abschnitt
Troubleshooting, auf Seite 25.
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Installation de l’ AXIS 292
Montage de l’AXIS 292
L’AXIS 292 est fourni avec un kit de montage mural ou en baie (rack). Les supports de
montage peuvent être positionnés pour monter le décodeur vidéo de réseau sur une surface
verticale ou dans une baie (4U). Suivez les instructions ci-dessous pour fixer le support de
montage au serveur vidéo :
1. Faites glisser la structure grise
du panneau avant du décodeur
vidéo de réseau pour l'enlever
(aucun outil nécessaire).
1
2
3
2. Insérez les plaques métalliques
dans les logements de chaque côté
du décodeur vidéo de réseau.
3. Positionnez et fixez les supports
de chaque côté à l'aide des vis
fournies.
Connexion d’un moniteur de télévision à l’AXIS 292
Contrôlez votre moniteur de télévision pour savoir quels connecteurs sont disponibles. Il
est recommandé d’utiliser S-vidéo si disponible. Connectez le moniteur de télévision au
connecteur de sortie vidéo approprié.
Installation dans un réseau
L’AXIS 292 est conçu pour une installation dans un réseau Ethernet. Cela comprend l’attribution d’une adresse IP au décodeur vidéo de réseau, soit manuellement, soit via un service
réseau automatisé (DHCP). Sélectionnez l’une des procédures suivantes en fonction de
votre réseau :
•
•
•
•
Installation automatique à l’aide de DHCP, à la page 35.
Installation manuelle à l’aide de l’utilitaire AXIS IP, à la page 36.
Installation manuelle à l'aide d’ARP et Ping sous Windows, à la page 37.
Installation manuelle à l'aide d’ARP et Ping sous UNIX/Linux, à la page 38.
Remarques : • L’adresse IP par défaut de l’AXIS 292 est 192.168.0.90
• DHCP est activé par défaut
AXIS 292 - Installation de l’ AXIS 292
Installation automatique à l’aide de DHCP
Par défaut, DHCP est activé sur l’AXIS 292. Si un serveur DHCP est disponible, suivez ces
instructions pour installer l’AXIS 292 à l’aide de DHCP.
1. Connectez un câble réseau RJ-45 standard à l’AXIS 292 et connectez-le au
réseau.
2. Connectez un moniteur externe à l’une des sorties vidéo.
3. Connectez l’alimentation à l’AXIS 292.
4. L’adresse IP est affichée sur le moniteur de télévision au cours du démarrage.
5. Ouvrez un navigateur internet et entrez l’adresse IP dans le champ
Adresse/emplacement.
6. Appuyez sur Entrer.
7. Entrez le mot de passe de l'utilisateur racine (administrateur).
8. L’installation est maintenant terminée. Passez à Accessing the network video
decoder, à la page 14.
Remarques : Si le moniteur affiche l’adresse IP par défaut (192.168.0.90), DHCP a probablement échoué. Dans
ce cas, veuillez passer à une des procédures d’installation manuelle décrites dans les pages suivantes.
Le mot de passe par défaut quand le produit est expédié est pass. Ce mot de passe peut avoir été
modifié par l’administrateur lors d’une installation précédente. Consulter Troubleshooting, à la
page 25 pour les instructions de restauration des paramètres par défaut dans l’AXIS 292.
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Installation manuelle à l’aide de l’utilitaire AXIS IP
L’utilitaire AXIS IP est une application logicielle sous Windows permettant d'installer l’AXIS 292
dans votre réseau local à l’aide d’une adresse IP statique.
• Téléchargez gratuitement le logiciel Utilitaire AXIS IP dans votre ordinateur depuis les
pages de support sur http://www.axis.com/techsup/software
• Double-cliquez sur le fichier setup.exe et suivez les instructions sur l'écran pour installer
le logiciel sur votre ordinateur.
Suivez les instructions suivantes pour définir l'adresse IP manuellement à l'aide de l'utilitaire AXIS IP :
1. Demandez à votre administrateur de
réseau une adresse IP inutilisée pour
votre AXIS 292. (L’utilitaire AXIS IP
détecte le sous-réseau auquel est connecté votre ordinateur. L’AXIS 292
doit être installé dans le même
sous-réseau).
2. Connectez un câble réseau RJ-45
standard à l’AXIS 292 et connectez-le
au réseau.
3. Connectez l’alimentation à l’AXIS
292.
4. Démarrez l’utilitaire AXIS IP sur votre ordinateur.
5. Saisissez le numéro de série :
Le numéro de série/adresse MAC (S/N) se trouve sur l’étiquette collée sous l’AXIS 292.
6. Entrez l’adresse IP obtenue pour votre AXIS 292 et cliquez sur Définir IP.
7. A l’invite de l’utilitaire AXIS IP, redémarrez le décodeur vidéo de réseau en
déconnectant et reconnectant l'alimentation.
8. Un message confirmant que l'adresse IP a été définie s'affiche sur l’écran, cliquez
surOK.
9. Cliquez sur Afficher page d’accueil pour accéder aux pages Web d’AXIS 292.
10.Entrez le mot de passe de l'utilisateur racine (administrateur).
11. L’installation est maintenant terminée. Passez à Accessing the network video
decoder, à la page 14.
Remarque : Le mot de passe par défaut quand le produit est expédié est pass. Ce mot de passe peut avoir été
modifié par l’administrateur lors d’une installation précédente. Consulter Accessing the network
video decoder, à la page 14 pour les instructions de restauration des paramètres par défaut dans
l’AXIS 292.
AXIS 292 - Installation de l’ AXIS 292
Installation manuelle à l'aide d’ARP et Ping sous Windows
Attribuez une adresse IP unique à votre produit à partir d'un ordinateur du réseau, en
procédant comme suit :
1. Demandez à votre administrateur de réseau une adresse IP inutilisée pour l’AXIS
292. L’AXIS 292 doit être installé dans le même sous-réseau que votre ordinateur.
2. Connectez un câble réseau standard à l’AXIS 292 et connectez-le au réseau.
3. Repérez le numéro de série/adresse MAC (S/N) sur l’étiquette collée sous l’AXIS
292.
4. À partir d’un ordinateur de votre réseau, ouvrez une invite de commande : dans le
menu Démarrer de Windows, sélectionnez Exécuter... et tapez command ou cmd
dans le champ. Cliquez sur OK.
5. Entrez les commandes :
Syntaxe :
arp -s <adresse IP> <adresse MAC>
ping -l 408 -t <adresse IP>
Remarque : la commande ping est
suivie de -l (L minuscule)
Exemple
6. Connectez l’alimentation à l’AXIS 292.
7. Lorsque « Réponse de 192.168.0.125 : ... » s’affiche (au bout d’environ 10-15 secondes), tapez Ctrl+C pour fermer la session ARP Ping.
8. Ouvrez un navigateur internet et entrez l’adresse IP dans le champ
Adresse/emplacement.
9. Appuyez sur Entrer.
10.Entrez un mot de passe pour l'utilisateur racine (administrateur).
11. L’installation est maintenant terminée. Passez à Accessing the network video
decoder, à la page 14.
Remarque : Le mot de passe par défaut quand le produit est expédié est pass. Ce mot de passe peut avoir été
modifié par l’administrateur lors d’une installation précédente. Consulter Troubleshooting, à la
page 25 pour les instructions de restauration des paramètres par défaut dans l’AXIS 292.
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38 AXIS 292 - Installation de l’ AXIS 292
Installation manuelle à l'aide d’ARP et Ping sous UNIX/Linux
Attribuez une adresse IP unique à votre produit à partir d'un ordinateur du réseau, en
procédant comme suit :
1. Demandez à votre administrateur de réseau une adresse IP inutilisée pour l’AXIS
292. L’AXIS 292 doit être installé dans le même sous-réseau que votre ordinateur.
2. Connectez un câble réseau standard à l’AXIS 292 et connectez-le au réseau.
3. Repérez le numéro de série/adresse MAC (S/N) sur l’étiquette collée sous l’AXIS
292.
Syntaxe :
arp -s <adresse IP> <adresse MAC> temp
ping -s 408 <adresse IP>
Exemple :
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
4. Connectez l’alimentation à l’AXIS 292.
5. Fermez la session ARP Ping dès que le message « Réponse de 192.168.0.125 : ... »
(ou comparable) s’affiche (au bout d’environ 10-15-secondes).
6. Ouvrez un navigateur internet et entrez l’adresse IP dans le champ
Adresse/emplacement.
7. Appuyez sur Entrer.
8. Entrez le mot de passe de l'utilisateur racine (administrateur).
9. L’installation est maintenant terminée. Passez à Accessing the network video
decoder, à la page 14.
Remarques : Dans certains systèmes Unix, la commande arp peut se trouver dans un répertoire n’étant pas sur le
chemin d’accès à la commande.
Le mot de passe par défaut quand le produit est expédié est pass. Ce mot de passe peut avoir été
modifié par l’administrateur lors d’une installation précédente. Consulter Troubleshooting, à la
page 25 pour les instructions de restauration des paramètres par défaut dans l’AXIS 292.
AXIS 292-Installazione di AXIS 292
Installazione di AXIS 292
Montaggio di AXIS 292
AXIS 292 comprende un kit per montaggio a parete o su rack. Le staffe di montaggio possono essere posizionate per montare il decoder video di rete su una superficie verticale o in
un armadio rack (4U). Seguire le istruzioni indicate per collegare la staffa di montaggio al
server del video:
1. Estrarre il telaio grigio dal pannello del decoder video di rete (non
sono necessari attrezzi).
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2. Inserire le piastre di metallo
negli slot su entrambi i lati del
decoder video di rete.
3. Posizionare e collegare le staffe
su ciascun lato utilizzando le viti
fornite.
Connessione di un monitor TV ad AXIS 292
Verificare i connettori disponibili del monitor TV. Si raccomanda di utilizzare il connettore
S-video se disponibile. Collegare il monitor TV all'uscita video appropriata.
Installazione su una rete
AXIS 292 è progettato per l'installazione su una rete Ethernet. Ciò implica l'assegnazione
automatica (ad esempio DHCP) o manuale di un indirizzo IP al decoder video di rete. Selezionare una delle seguenti procedure in base alla rete:
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•
•
•
Installazione automatica mediante DHCP, alla pagina 40.
Installazione manuale mediante l'utility AXIS IP, alla pagina 41.
Installazione manuale mediante ARP e Ping in Windows, alla pagina 42.
Installazione manuale mediante ARP e Ping in UNIX/Linux, alla pagina 43.
Nota: • L'indirizzo IP predefinito di AXIS 292 è 192.168.0.90
• DHCP è attivato per impostazione predefinita.
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Installazione automatica mediante DHCP
DHCP è attivato per impostazione predefinita su AXIS 292. Se è disponibile un server
DHCP, seguire le seguenti istruzioni per installare AXIS 292 mediante DHCP.
1. Collegare un cavo di rete standard RJ-45 ad AXIS 292 e alla rete.
2. Collegare un monitor TV esterno all'uscita video appropriata.
3. Collegare l'alimentazione ad AXIS 292.
4. L'indirizzo IP verrà visualizzato sul monitor TV durante l'avvio.
5. Avviare un browser Web e immettere l'indirizzo IP nel campo Indirizzo/Posizione.
6. Premere Invio.
7. Immettere una password per l'utente root (amministratore).
8. L'istallazione è stata completata. Procedere con Accessing the network video
decoder, alla pagina 14.
Nota: Se il monitor visualizza l'indirizzo IP predefinito (192.168.0.90), il DHCP è probabilmente non funzionante.
In questo caso seguire una delle procedure di installazione manuale descritte nelle pagine seguenti.
La password predefinita all'invio del prodotto è pass. Questa password potrebbe essere stata cambiata
dall'amministratore durante un'installazione precedente. Consultare la sezione Troubleshooting, alla pagina 25 per istruzioni su come reimpostare i parametri predefiniti di AXIS 292
AXIS 292-Installazione di AXIS 292
Installazione manuale mediante l'utility AXIS IP
L'utility AXIS IP è un'applicazione software Windows che consente di installare AXIS 292 nella
rete locale mediante un indirizzo IP statico.
• Scaricare gratuitamente il software AXIS IP Utility sul computer, dalle pagine di supporto
all'indirizzo http://www.axis.com/techsup/software
• Fare doppio clic sul file setup.exe e seguire le istruzioni sullo schermo per installare il
software sul computer.
Seguire queste istruzioni per l'impostazione manuale di un indirizzo IP mediante l'utility
AXIS IP.
1. Ottenere un indirizzo IP non utilizzato per AXIS 292 dall'amministratore di rete (l'utility AXIS IP rileva la
sottorete a cui è connesso il computer.
AXIS 292 deve essere sulla stessa sottorete).
2. Collegare un cavo di rete standard
RJ-45 ad AXIS 292 e alla rete.
3. Collegare l'alimentazione ad AXIS
292.
4. Avviare l'utility AXIS IP sul computer.
5. Inserire il numero di serie:
Il numero di serie (S/N)/indirizzo MAC è riportato sull'etichetta che si trova sotto ad AXIS 292
6. Inserire l'indirizzo IP ottenuto per AXIS 292 acquisito e fare clic su Set IP
(Imposta IP).
7. Quando richiesto dall'utility AXIS IP, riavviare il decoder video di rete scollegando e ricollegando l'alimentatore esterno.
8. Verrà visualizzato un messaggio di conferma che l'indirizzo IP è stato impostato,
fare clic su OK.
9. Fare clic su View Home Page (Visualizza home page) per accedere alle pagine
Web di AXIS 292.
10.Immettere una password per l'utente root (amministratore).
11. L'istallazione è stata completata. Procedere con Accessing the network video
decoder, alla pagina 14.
Nota: La password predefinita all'invio del prodotto è pass. Questa password potrebbe essere stata cambiata
dall'amministratore durante un'installazione precedente. Andare a Troubleshooting, alla pagina 25 per
istruzioni su come reimpostare i parametri predefiniti di AXIS 292.
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42 AXIS 292-Installazione di AXIS 292
Installazione manuale mediante ARP e Ping in Windows
Assegnare al prodotto un indirizzo IP unico da un computer della rete, come segue:
1. Ottenere un indirizzo IP non utilizzato per AXIS 292 dall'amministratore di rete.
AXIS 292 deve essere sulla stessa sottorete del computer utilizzato.
2. Collegare un cavo di rete standard ad AXIS 292 e alla rete.
3. Individuare il numero di serie/indirizzo MAC (S/N) riportato sull'etichetta che si
trova sotto ad AXIS 292
4. Da un computer sulla rete, aprire un Prompt dei comandi, ad esempio, dal menu
Start di Windows, selezionare Esegui... e digitare command o cmd nel campo.
Fare clic su OK.
5. Immettere i comandi:
Sintassi:
arp -s <indirizzo
IP> <indirizzo MAC>
Nota: Il comando ping è seguito
da -l (L minuscola)
Esempio
6. Collegare l'alimentazione ad AXIS 292.
7. Quando viene visualizzato 'Risposta da 192.168.0.125:...' (per circa 10-15 secondi), digitare Ctrl+C per chiudere la sessione ARP Ping.
8. Avviare un browser Web e immettere l'indirizzo IP nel campo Indirizzo/Posizione.
9. Premere Invio.
10.Immettere una password per l'utente root (amministratore).
11. L'istallazione è stata completata. Procedere con Accessing the network video
decoder, alla pagina 14.
Nota: La password predefinita all'invio del prodotto è pass. Questa password potrebbe essere stata cambiata
dall'amministratore durante un'installazione precedente. Andare a Troubleshooting, alla pagina 25 per
istruzioni su come reimpostare i parametri predefiniti di AXIS 292
AXIS 292-Installazione di AXIS 292
Installazione manuale mediante ARP e Ping in UNIX/Linux
Assegnare al prodotto un indirizzo IP unico da un computer della rete, come segue:
1. Acquisire un indirizzo IP non utilizzato per AXIS 292 dall'amministratore di rete.
AXIS 292 deve essere sulla stessa sottorete del computer utilizzato.
2. Collegare un cavo di rete standard ad AXIS 292 e collegarlo alla rete.
3. Inserire il numero di serie (S/N)/indirizzo MAC riportato sull'etichetta che si trova
sul retro di AXIS 292
Sintassi:
arp -s <INDIRIZZO IP> <INDIRIZZO MAC> temp
ping -s 408 <indirizzo IP>
Esempio:
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
4. Collegare l'alimentazione ad AXIS 292.
5. Chiudere la sessione ARP Ping una volta visualizzato 'Risposta da
192.168.0.125:...' (circa 10-15-secondi).
6. Avviare un browser Web e immettere l'indirizzo IP nel campo Indirizzo/Posizione.
7. Premere Invio.
8. Immettere una password per l'utente root (amministratore).
9. L'istallazione è stata completata. Procedere con Accessing the network video
decoder, alla pagina 14.
Nota: Su alcun sistemi Unix, il comando arp potrebbe trovarsi in una cartella che non si trova sul
percorso dei comandi.
La password predefinita all'invio del prodotto è pass. Questa password potrebbe essere stata cambiata
dall'amministratore durante un'installazione precedente. Consultare la sezione Troubleshooting, alla pagina
25 per istruzioni su come reimpostare i parametri predefiniti di AXIS 292
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44 AXIS 292 - Instalación del AXIS 292
Instalación del AXIS 292
Montaje del AXIS 292
El AXIS 292 se suministra con un kit especial para montaje de pared o en un bastidor. Los
soportes de montaje se pueden ubicar para montar el descodificador de vídeo de red en una
superficie vertical o en un soporte (4U). Siga las instrucciones siguientes para fijar el soporte de montaje en el servidor de vídeo:
1. Retire el armazón gris del panel
frontal del decodificador de vídeo
de red (no necesita herramientas).
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2. Introduzca las placas metálicas
en las ranuras a cada lado del
decodificador de vídeo de red.
3. Ubique y fije los soportes a cada
lado con los tornillos que se
incluyen.
Conexión de un monitor de TV al AXIS 292
Controle su monitor de TV para comprobar qué conectores hay disponibles. Se recomienda
usar S-vídeo si está disponible. Conecte el monitor de TV al conector de salida de vídeo
adecuado.
Instalación en una red
El AXIS 292 está destinado a la instalación en una red Ethernet. Esto supone asignar una
dirección IP al decodificador de vídeo de red, ya sea manualmente o a través de un servicio
de red automatizado (DHCP). Seleccione uno de los procedimientos siguientes según su
red:
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•
•
•
Instalación automática usando DHCP, en la página 45.
Instalación manual utilizando AXIS IP Utility, en la página 46.
Instalación manual utilizando ARP y Ping en Windows, en la página 47.
Instalación manual utilizando ARP y Ping en UNIX/Linux, en la página 48.
Notas: • El AXIS 292 tiene la dirección IP por defecto 192.168.0.90
• El DHCP está habilitado por defecto.
AXIS 292 - Instalación del AXIS 292
Instalación automática usando DHCP
El DHCP está habilitado por defecto en el AXIS 292. Si hay disponible un DHCP, siga estas
instrucciones para instalar el AXIS 292 usando el DHCP.
1. Conecte un cable de red RJ-45 estándar a su AXIS 292 y conéctelo a la red.
2. Conecte un monitor externo a una de las salidas de vídeo.
3. Conecte la alimentación al AXIS 292.
4. La dirección IP se presentará en el monitor de TV durante la puesta en marcha.
5. Inicie un navegador Web e ingrese la dirección IP en el campo Ubicación/Dirección.
6. Presione Intro.
7. Ingrese la contraseña para el usuario root (administrador).
8. Ahora, la instalación está completa. Vaya a Accessing the network video decoder,
en la página 14.
Notas: Si el monitor presenta la dirección IP por defecto (192.168.0.90), probablemente DHCP falló. En ese caso,
pase a uno de los procedimientos de instalación manual en las páginas siguientes.
La contraseña por defecto cuando el producto es enviado es “pass”. Esta contraseña puede ser haber sido
modificada por el administrador en una instalación anterior. Para restablecer AXIS 292 a los valores iniciales, consulte Troubleshooting, en la página 25.
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46 AXIS 292 - Instalación del AXIS 292
Instalación manual utilizando AXIS IP Utility
AXIS IP Utility es una aplicación de software de Windows que instala el AXIS 292 en su red local
utilizando una dirección IP estática.
• Descargue el software de AXIS IP Utility en su ordenador, de forma gratuita, de las páginas de Asistencia técnica en http://www.axis.com/techsup/software
• Haga doble clic en el archivo setup.exe y siga las instrucciones de la pantalla para instalar
el software en su ordenador.
Siga las instrucciones siguientes para configurar la dirección IP manualmente utilizando
AXIS IP Utility:
1. Obtenga una direcci€n IP no utilizada
para el AXIS 292 desde su administrador de red. (AXIS IP Utility detecta
la subred a la que est? conectado su
ordenador. El AXIS 292 debe ser
instalado en la misma subred).
2. Conecte un cable de red RJ-45 estándar a su AXIS 292 y conéctelo a la
red.
3. Conecte la alimentación al AXIS 292.
4. Inicie AXIS IP Utility en su ordenador.
5. Escriba el número de serie:
El número de serie/dirección MAC (S/N) está situado en la etiqueta en el lado inferior del AXIS 292
6. Ingrese la dirección IP obtenida para su AXIS 292 y haga clic en Set IP.
7. Cuando se lo solicite AXIS IP Utility, reinicie el decodificador de vídeo de red
desconectando y reconectando la fuente de alimentación externa.
8. Aparece un mensaje confirmando que la dirección IP ha sido configurada, haga
clic en OK.
9. Haga clic en View Home Page para acceder a las páginas Web de AXIS 292.
10.Ingrese la contraseña para el usuario root (administrador).
11. Ahora, la instalación está completa. Continúe en Accessing the network video
decoder, en la página 14.
Nota: La contraseña por defecto cuando el producto es enviado es “pass”. Esta contraseña puede haber sido modificada por el administrador en una instalación anterior. Para restablecer AXIS 292 a los valores iniciales,
consulte Troubleshooting, en la página 25.
AXIS 292 - Instalación del AXIS 292
Instalación manual utilizando ARP y Ping en Windows
Asigne una dirección IP única a su producto desde un ordenador de su red, de la siguiente
manera:
1. Obtenga una dirección IP no utilizada para el AXIS 292 desde su administrador
de red. El AXIS 292 debe ser instalado en la misma subred que su ordenador.
2. Conecte un cable de red estándar al AXIS 292 y conéctelo a la red.
3. Ubique el número de serie/dirección MAC (S/N) que está situado en la etiqueta en
el lado inferior del AXIS 292.
4. Desde un ordenador en su red, abra una línea de comando, es decir desde el menú
Inicio de Windows, seleccione Ejecutar... y escriba commando cmd en el campo.
Haga clic en OK.
5. Escriba los comandos:
Sintaxis:
arp -s <dirección
IP> <dirección MAC>
Nota: El comando ping está
seguido de -l (en minúsculas L)
Ejemplo
6. Conecte la alimentación al AXIS 292.
7. Cuando aparezca ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ (aproximadamente 10-15 segundos), escriba Ctrl+C para cerrar la sesión de ARP Ping.
8. Inicie un navegador Web e ingrese la dirección IP en el campo Ubicación/Dirección.
9. Presione Intro.
10.Ingrese una contraseña para el usuario root (administrador).
11. Ahora, la instalación está completa. Vaya a Accessing the network video decoder,
en la página 14.
Nota: La contraseña por defecto cuando el producto es enviado es “pass”. Esta contraseña puede haber sido modificada por el administrador en una instalación anterior. Para restablecer AXIS 292 a los valores iniciales,
consulte Troubleshooting, en la página 25.
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48 AXIS 292 - Instalación del AXIS 292
Instalación manual utilizando ARP y Ping en UNIX/Linux
Asigne una dirección IP única a su producto desde un ordenador de su red, de la siguiente
manera:
1. Obtenga una dirección IP no utilizada para el AXIS 292 desde su administrador
de red. El AXIS 292 debe ser instalado en la misma subred que su ordenador.
2. Conecte un cable de red estándar al AXIS 292 y conéctelo a la red.
3. Ubique el número de serie/dirección MAC (S/N) que está situado en la etiqueta en
el lado inferior del AXIS 292.
Sintaxis:
arp -s <Dirección IP> <Dirección MAC> temp
ping -s 408 <Dirección IP>
Ejemplo:
arp -s 192.168.0.125 00:40:8c:18:10:00 temp
ping -s 408 192.168.0.125
4. Conecte la alimentación al AXIS 292.
5. Cierre la sesión de ARP Ping cuando aparezca ‘Reply from 192.168.0.125: ...’ o
similar (aproximadamente 10-15 segundos).
6. Inicie un navegador Web e ingrese la dirección IP en el campo Ubicación/Dirección.
7. Presione Intro.
8. Ingrese la contraseña para el usuario root (administrador).
9. Ahora, la instalación está completa. Vaya a Accessing the network video decoder,
en la página 14.
Notas: En algunos sistemas Unix, el comando arp puede ser ubicado en un directorio que no está
en la ruta de comando.
La contraseña por defecto cuando el producto es enviado es “pass”. Esta contraseña puede haber sido
modificada por el administrador en una instalación anterior. Para restablecer AXIS 292 a los valores iniciales, consulte Troubleshooting, en la página 25.
AXIS 292 - Glossary of Terms 49
Glossary of Terms
ActiveX - A control (or set of rules) used by a browser.
ActiveX controls are often downloaded and installed
automatically as required.
API - Application Programming Interface. The Axis API can
be used for integrating Axis products into other
applications.
CGI - Common Gateway Interface. A set of rules (or a
program) that allows a Web Server to communicate with
other programs.
Client/Server - Describes the network relationship between
two computer programs in which one, the client, makes a
service request from another - the server.
DNS - The Domain Name System (DNS) locates and
translates Internet domain names into IP (Internet Protocol)
addresses.
Ethernet - A widely used networking standard.
ETRAX - Axis' own microprocessor.
Firewall - A virtual barrier between a LAN (Local Area
Network) and other networks, e.g. the Internet.
FTP - File Transfer Protocol. Used for the simple transfer of
files to and from an FTP-server.
HTML - Hypertext Mark-up Language. Used widely for
authoring documents viewed in web browsers.
HTTP - Hypertext Transfer Protocol. The set of rules for
exchanging files (text, images, sound, video, and other files)
on the World Wide Web.
Intranet - A private network limited to an organization or
corporation. Usually closed to external traffic.
IP - Internet-Protocol. See TCP/IP.
Multicast - The same information is sent only once and
only to the intended recipients.
NWAY - A network protocol that automatically negotiates
the highest possible common transmission speed between
two devices.
Ping - A small utility used for sending data packets to
network resources to check that they are working and that
the network is intact.
Protocol - A special set of rules governing how two entities
will communicate. Protocols are found at many levels of
communication, and there are hardware protocols and
software protocols.
Router - A device that determines the next network point to
which a packet should be forwarded on its way to its final
destination. A router is often included as part of a network
switch (see below.)
SMTP - A common e-mail protocol.
Subnet Mask - An IP address consists of two components:
the network address and the host address. “Subnetting’
enables a network administrator to further divide the host
part of the address into two or more subnets. The subnet
mask identifies the subnet to which an IP address belongs.
Switch - Whilst a simple hub transmits all data to all
devices connected to it, a switch only transmits the data to
the device it is specifically intended for.
TCP/IP - Transmission Control Protocol/Internet Protocol. A
suite of network protocols that determine how data is
transmitted. TCP/IP is used on many networks, including
the Internet. TCP keeps track of the individual packets of
information and IP contains the rules for how the packets
are actually sent and received.
IP address - A unique number used by a network device, to
allow it to be identified and found on the network. The
32-bit IP address is made up of four groups (or quads) of
decimal digits separated by periods. An example of an IP
address is: 192.168.0.1
URL - Uniform Resource Locator. An "address" on the
network.
JPEG - A standard image format, used widely for
photographs. Also known as JPG.
Web server - A program on a computer (server) providing
the resources (e.g. web pages) requested by the user (client.)
LAN - A local area network (LAN) is a group of computers
and associated devices that typically share common
resources within a limited geographical area.
Video source - The source from where the video stream is
received. Video encoders, video servers and network
cameras are different kinds of video sources.
Linux - A popular operating system, which is “open source”
and practically free of charge.
Mbit/s - Megabits per second. A unit for measuring speeds
in networks. A LAN might run at 10 or 100 Mbit/s.
Motion JPEG - A digital video format where each frame
consists of a JPEG image.
MPEG-2 - A standard video format, used for low bandwidth
video streams.
WAN - Wide-Area-Network. Similar to a LAN, but on a
larger geographical scale.
50 AXIS 292 - Index
Index
A
ARP and Ping 12, 13
Audio input 16
Auto-connect at Boot 17
AXIS IP Utility 11
Network Indicator 7
Network settings 19
Network Traffic 20
O
Overview 15
P
Configuration
Network 19
Control Button 7
Parameter List 24
Parameter list 26
password 21
Performance 28
Power Supply 8
D
R
C
Default Router 20
DHCP 10
DIP Switch 7
DNS 20
E
Emergency Recovery 25
F
Firmware 25
H
Host Name 20
HTTP port number 20
I
I/O Terminal Block 8
Instalación en una red 44
Installation 9
Installing on a network 9
Interlace Mode 17
IP Address 19
M
Maintenance 21
N
Network Connector 8
Recovery 25
Restart 21
S
Server log file 26
server log file 24
Server Report 24, 26
Subnet Mask 19
Support 24, 28
system log 15
System Requirements 14
T
TCP/IP - network settings 19
Technical specifications 28
Transistor output 28
Troubleshooting 25
U
Updated firmware 22
Upgrade Server 22
V
video & audio settings 16
Video quality level 17
Video Select Button 7
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Part No. 21985
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