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Network Video Server
User’s Manual
User’s Guide
FlexWATCHTM 3110
(Version. 3.0_Rev0)
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Table of Contents
Overview of FlexWATCHTM Server .......................................................... 10
1 Packing List.............................................................................................. 10
2 What is FlexWATCHTM? ............................................................................... 11
2.1 Key Function of FlexWATCHTM .............................................................. 11
2.2 Product Specification ......................................................................... 12
2.3 Basic Network Connection Diagram...................................................... 13
2.4 Application ....................................................................................... 15
3 Hardware Description ................................................................................ 17
3.1 Caution and observance ..................................................................... 17
3.2 Hardware Description......................................................................... 17
IP assignment ....................................................................................... 19
1 Key Words for Network .............................................................................. 19
2 Check Points before IP assignment .............................................................. 21
2.1 IP address........................................................................................ 21
2.2 LAN cable or Cross-Over Cable ............................................................ 23
2.3 PC Environment ................................................................................ 25
3 Factory Default ......................................................................................... 25
4 IP Assignment .......................................................................................... 25
4.1 Through Installation Wizard Program ................................................... 25
4.2 IP Assignment through Hyper Terminal mode ........................................ 28
Live view & Camera Configuration......................................................... 33
1 Live View ................................................................................................. 33
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1.1 ActiveX based simple view.................................................................. 33
1.2 Java Applet based live view ................................................................ 34
1.3 Live view page guide ......................................................................... 34
2 FW-Voyager based view and recording ......................................................... 36
3 Camera configuration ................................................................................ 36
3.1 Camera value string configuration........................................................ 36
3.2 Camera configuration......................................................................... 38
3.3 Video Motion Detection ...................................................................... 40
System Configuration ............................................................................ 43
1 System Information................................................................................... 43
2 Date & Time ............................................................................................. 43
2.1 Date & Time in the server clock........................................................... 43
2.2 Date & Time using NTP server ............................................................. 44
3 Admin Password Setup .............................................................................. 44
4 Access Control and User registration ............................................................ 44
4.1 Full Access ....................................................................................... 45
4.2 Limited Access and User registration .................................................... 45
5 Frame rate control .................................................................................... 47
6 Tx Module Registration(NVCP)..................................................................... 48
Network Configuration .......................................................................... 51
1 Network configuration................................................................................ 51
1.1 Static IP .......................................................................................... 51
1.2 DHCP Client...................................................................................... 51
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2 PPPoE Configuration .................................................................................. 53
3 Network port configuration ......................................................................... 54
3.1 HTTP port configuration...................................................................... 54
3.2 NVCP –Tx Port .................................................................................. 54
3.3 VDCP Port configuration ..................................................................... 54
4 WAN Configuration and Application .............................................................. 55
4.1 External Modem connection ................................................................ 55
4.2 Application with Dial-in/out feature ...................................................... 55
4.3 Dial Out configuration ........................................................................ 56
4.4 Dial-in Configuration.......................................................................... 58
5 Service Path ............................................................................................. 59
6 AOIP Setup .............................................................................................. 60
6.1 How to use AOIP service .................................................................... 60
6.2 AOIP configuration ............................................................................ 61
7 Network Status......................................................................................... 62
External Device connection & configuration .......................................... 63
1 Serial Ports Configuration Guide .................................................................. 63
1.1 Hardware Description......................................................................... 63
2 Installation & Configuration of External Device .............................................. 66
2.1 Console(Hyper Terminal cable connection) ............................................ 66
2.2 Serial Input device ............................................................................ 67
2.3 Serial output device........................................................................... 68
2.4 PTZ device connection and configuration .............................................. 70
2.5 Voice Kit Connection and configuration ................................................ 73
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3 Alarm input device connection .................................................................... 75
4 Alarm Output(Relay output) device connection .............................................. 75
4.1 Alarm output device connection........................................................... 76
4.2 Manual control of Alarm output device.................................................. 76
4.3 Automatic Control of Alarm Output device............................................. 77
Advanced Service configuration ............................................................ 79
1 Buffering Service ...................................................................................... 79
1.1 System and Pre Alarm Buffer memory.................................................. 80
1.2 Buffer calculator................................................................................ 82
2 Service Condition ...................................................................................... 84
2.1 Condition Setup ................................................................................ 85
2.2 Criteria Setup ................................................................................... 86
3 e-mail configuration .................................................................................. 88
3.1 e-mail function configuration............................................................... 88
3.2 e-Mail condition set up ....................................................................... 90
4 FTP Configuration...................................................................................... 90
4.1 Directory option ................................................................................ 90
4.2 FTP service configuration.................................................................... 93
5 Alarm Buffering Service ............................................................................. 95
5.1 Alarm Buffering Service Configuration .................................................. 95
5.2 Playback of Pre/post alarm Image ....................................................... 96
6 Sensor Notification service ......................................................................... 97
Utilities.................................................................................................. 99
1 Save Configuration .................................................................................... 99
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2 Reboot .................................................................................................... 99
3 Factory Default ......................................................................................... 99
4 System Update ....................................................................................... 100
4.1 Description of files system ................................................................ 100
4.2 Update Procedure............................................................................ 102
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Notice
• The material in this document is for information only and is subject to change without
notice. While reasonable efforts have been made in the preparation of this document to
assure its accuracy, Seyeon Tech assumes no liability resulting from errors or omissions
in this document, or from the use of the information contained herein.
• Seyeon Tech reserves the right to make changes in the product design without
reservation and without notification to its users.
Copyright
Copyright© 1999-2004 Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. All rights reserved. No part of this
publication may be reproduced, stored in a retrieval system, or transmitted in any form
or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording or otherwise, without
the prior written consent of Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
Copyright © 1999-2005 Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
810-12 Yeok Sam-dong,
Kang Nam-gu, SEOUL,
135-081,KOREA
TEL : 82 2 3017 0855
FAX : 82 2 3017 0843
URL : http://www.seyeon.co.kr
http://www.flexwatch.com
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Warning
To prevent risk of electric shock, Do not remove system-case. No user serviceable parts
inside. Any repair or modification for the product will be allowed to qualified service
personal only.
Do not expose this appliance to water or moisture.
Do not install this product in Hazardous areas where highly combustible or explosive
products are stored or used.
Important Information
• Before installation, please read and observe all instructions and warnings contained in
this manual. Retain this manual with the original receipt for future reference and
warranty.
• If any items are missing from the package when you open the box, please DO NOT
install or OPERATRE FlexWATCHTM server. Contact the local Dealer or Distributor.
• Please record following information for technical support and the track record in
case of any theft or loss. Serial Number can be found underside of FlexWATCHTM server
Product Model :
Purchase Date :
Serial Number :
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Overview of FlexWATCHTM Server
1 Packing List
Please check and make sure following items are included in your package without any missing
items.
If there are any missing items, please refer to your local distributor.
A. FlexWATCHTM 3110..…………………………………………………………………….1unit
B. RS-232 Serial cable…………………………………………………………………..…1unit
(Cross cable DB9 Female)
C. Power Adapter…………………………………………………………………………..….1unit
(Power Cable, SMPS DC 12V Adapter)
D. User’s Manual CD………………………………………………………….……………… 1unit
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2 What is FlexWATCHTM?
The FlexWATCHTM server is the Network Video Server, which transmits digital images captured by
Analog CCD camera over the Internet. So users can view real-time live images over the Internet at
anytime and anywhere using the standard web browser such as MS Internet Explorer or Netscape
Communicator. There is no need other specific software to view real-time live images over the
Internet. The FlexWATCHTM server is state-of-the art device and leads new generation of monitoring
and security solution.
2.1 Key Function of FlexWATCHTM
Self contained stable system
Built-in Web server, Real time operation system and hardware video compression engines
are included. No PC required to transmits real time video over the TCP/IP network.
High performance of video transmission
30fps (NTSC)/25FPS(PAL) per each channel and 120fps (NTSC)/100fps(PAL) for 4
cameras at 5kbps image size.
Channel based user authentication
Channel based multi user level protection for camera control, PTZ control, Alarm
output and Audio control.
2400 frames Pre/Post video alarm buffer
2400 frames pre/post alarm buffer to store event triggered video in the internal
memory.
Built-in Motion detection and time stamp
Built-in motion detection per each camera with up to 144 block of motion area to
filter out unnecessary motion detection area. Optional time stamp on the video.
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2.2 Product Specification
Hardware
· e-mail, FTP, alarm Buffer by event or schedule
· 32bit Embedded CPU
· IP notification, Alarm Notification to e-mail, CGI
· Flash 4Mbytes /SDRAM: 32Mbytes
path by event or schedule
· Hardware Motion JPEG engine
PTZ & UART Control
· Linux version 2.4.xx operating system
· PTZ and UART device control through serial interface
· Up to 29 PTZ protocols from Panasonic Dome, Pelco “P”
& “D” protocol, Sony EVI- D30, Kalateland AD Delta
dome, Vicon Surveyor,CannonVC-C4 and etc. Refer to
user guide for more vendors
· X10 device control
System Requirements
· OS : Windows 95/98/2000/XP/NT/ ME, Linux,
Mac, Unix, Linux Operation system.
· Browser : MS Internet explorer( 5.x or above)
Netscape( 6.x or above)
· PC H/W Pentium III 500M or above
Others
· RAM: 64 MB and above
· Video loss detection
· Up to 100 concurrent user access
Network Protocols
· Dial in/out via PSTN or GSM modem
· HTTP, TCP/IP, FTP, Telnet, RARP, PPP, PAP, CHAP,
DHCP, SMTP client(e- mail), NTP, Java
· Time stamp on Video
· Transmit Serial input data transfer with Video
· IP notification by e-mail
Video
· NTSC: 704x480,704x240,352x240,176x112
· PAL : 704x576,704x288,352x288,176x144
· NTSC/PAL video auto sensing
· Frame Rate : 30fps 352X240 / 352x288
Developer support
· Provides HTTP CGI API
· ActiveX control development kit
Management
* based on Pentium4 2.0G and 100M dedicated
network
· Configurable by serial, web or telnet
· Remote system update via telnet, FTP or web browser.
· Image quality: 6 levels
Auxiliary Video-in & output
Dimension
· 1 video inputs & 1 loop through outputs
· Size: 122mm(W) x 84mm(D) x 35mm (H)
· Weight : 0.5kg without power supply
LAN Interface
·10/100BaseT Ethernet auto negotiation
PWR Supply
· DC 12 Volt, 1.5Am, SMPS
Alarm I/O interface
· 1 Opto-coupled inputs or 1digital inputs
· 1 Relay output
Operating temp
Serial Interface
Approval
· 40° ~ 125°F (5° ~ 50°C)
· Two serial ports for console, modem (PSTN & GSM), serial
input/output device, PTZ or voice kit
· Each port can be configured as RS-232, RS-485 or RS422(max 115kbit/s)
Accessories
· Console cable for system set up/ LAN cable
· CD for User Guide, Installation wizard & Technical note
Security features
· Channel based multi user level protection for
access, PTZ, Alarm I/O, Voice
· IP address Filtering / Image Encryption
· FCC : Class A/ CE : Class A
· Quick Installation guide
camera
Miscellaneous
· Voice kit(FW-V10s) support
· Freely downloadable NDVR Software
Advanced Service
· AVI conversion tool support by FW-voyager
· Up to 5M Pre/Post alarm buffer memory
· Work with FW-Manager NDVR S/W
· Built-in Motion detections (Up to 144 blocks)
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· Dynamic IP support through AOIP
2.3 Basic Network Connection Diagram
FlexWATCHTM server provides flexible connectivity with any type of networks available
around you such as Leased line, Cable modem, xDSL line and PSTN (POT) line. Thus, it
can be installed either in LAN or WAN environment as long as there is network available.
But its configuration is subject to change depending on its environment. Following is
basic network diagram for using FlexWATCHTM server.
Thus, you are required to consult with your network administrator or network consultant
for more information. Also you are recommended to refer to Network configuration guide
in the CD manual for more details.
2.3.1 Leased Line connection
Simply get a Static IP address from Network Administrator and assign IP address to
FlexWATCHTM server and view from the Internet.
2.3.2 Static IP address from Cable modem or xDSL line
Simply get a Static IP address from Network Administrator or ISP and assign IP address
to FlexWATCHTM server and view from the Internet
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2.3.3 Dynamic IP address from Cable or xDSL line
FlexWATCHTM server can be installed on even Dynamic IP network. But it needs to be
registered in AOIP server which is an IP gateway running by Flexwatch.com or your local
Distributor. For more details, please refer to Technical guide book in the CD manual.
2.3.4 Dial-up to AOIP server
Using Dial-up function of FlexWATCHTM server and AOIP service, you can set the
FlexWATCHTM server to make a call to ISP and get it connected AOIP server. Once
FlexWATCHTM server is registered in AOIP server, you can connect FlexWATCHTM server
through AOIP server. Using this connection, you do not need to make multiple call or
international call to FlexWATCHTM server, since FlexWATCHTM server will be connected by
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your local Phone line based Internet connection.
2.3.5 Dial-in to FlexWATCHTM server through PSTN line
You can make a call to FlexWATCHTM server from anywhere and at anytime. But if you are
concerned about call charge, we are recommending using above connection.
2.4 Application
Unlimited application for remote monitoring and surveillance solution can be built up
using FlexWATCHTM server and its supporting peripheral Hardware and software such as
FW-5000 or FW-5440 Network video recorder
server and FW-Manager DVR software.
Following could be simple application area where FlexWATCHTM server can be applied.
A. Building live home pager for advertising.
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B. ITS (Intelligent Traffic System) for real time monitoring
C. IBS (Intelligent Building System) using FlexWATCHTM Manager
D. Internet broadcasting
E. School, Kindergarten, Nursery, Franchised Restaurant & convenient store.
F. Facility monitoring
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3 Hardware Description
• This chapter contains list of items to be prepared for the installation of FlexWATCHTM
server.
• Please carefully read this chapter before the installation.
• Please prepare all the necessary items before start installation to prevent any possible
malfunction or any other hazard can be happened during the installation.
3.1 Caution and observance
• Keep the device in the clean and dried area where air ventilation is guaranteed. The
device is not waterproof. The waterproof device or similar device must protect from any
possible hazard by water or heavy moisture etc.
• Regulated power supply is prerequisite for stable and optimal operation of the device.
Use only power supply (SMPS 12V 1.5Am) supplied with FlexWATCHTM server.
Manufacturer shall not liable for any hazard or shock caused by use of any other power
supply.
• To prevent risk of electric shock, do not remove system-case. No user serviceable parts
inside. Any repair or modification for the product will be allowed to qualified service
personal only
• Use the cable supplied with FlexWATCHTM server. If you need to connect FlexWATCHTM
server to the other device (External Modem, PTZ device), power on the devices before
connect to the FlexWATCHTM server.
3.2 Hardware Description
3.2.1 FW-3110 Hardware Description
Front Panel View
A
B
C
D
E
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Menu Description
A
DC12V
DC 12V power
B
LAN
LAN Port for 10/100M Base T Auto sensing
C
COM
RS-232 port for serial input device, Voice kit, PTZ. Console
for Hyper Terminal must be connected to this port only.
D
LAN LED
Blinking only when LAN is connected to the network
Green-light on when LAN connection is OK
E
PWR LED
Indicate power on/off
Always red-light on when turned on
Rear Panel View
A
B
C
D
A
BNC IN/OUT
4Video input and 4 loop through video output
B
General I/O
1 Opto-coupled input and 1 output
C
RS-232
F
RS-485
RS-232 Port to connect Serial input device, Voice kit, PTZ
device or Modem.
To connect RS-485 based PTZ device. For more information,
refer to External device configuration menu.
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IP assignment
1 Key Words for Network
LAN (Local Area Network) : Under the LAN network, any network device in the same
LAN network can be accessed by any other network device. But LAN network can not be
accessed from the Internet (WAN).
Most of case, LAN is built after Router which is connected to WAN network so that
Network device in the local area network can access to the Internet through Router. Most
of case, LAN networked device can not be accessed from the Internet (WAN), unless it is
not configured to be accessed from the Internet through NAT function of router.
WAN (Wide Area Network) : WAN enables all network device can be accessed by each
other over the Internet. It included Leased Line, Cable modem, xDSL, ISDN and
Telephone line etc.
IP address : IP address is abbreviation of Internet Protocol address which allows all
network devices can communicate other over the network using Internet protocol. Each
network device has its own unit IP address whether or not it is in the LAN or WAN
network. Therefore network devices can be accessed by other network device from either
LAN or WAN (Internet).
For example, www.yahoo.com is a web server which has its own IP address so that any
body can has access to Yahoo web site. Like most of public web site has its own IP
address. Although IP address can not be seen by the client, domain name
(www.yahoo.com) is automatically converted into IP address by DNS server.
Static IP address : A static IP address is an IP address permanently assigned to
computer or network devices in a TCP/IP network. Static IP address is usually assigned
to network devices which are consistently accessed by any users. For instances,
www.yahoo.com has global static IP address. Thus, any body can access to the site. If
you want to view live video stream from FlexWATCHTM server over the Internet, you need
to assign Global Static IP address.
Depending the network Public Static IP(WAN) or Private Static IP can be assigned to
network device.
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Dynamic IP address : A dynamic IP address is an IP address that is automatically
assigned to a client station (computer, network equipment, etc.) in a TCP/IP network.
Dynamic IP address is typically assigned by a DHCP server, which can be a computer on
the network or another piece of hardware, such as router. A dynamic IP address may
change every time your computer connects to the network
DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol) : DHCP is software that automatically
assigns IP addresses to client stations logging onto a TCP/IP network. DCHP eliminates
troublesome job to manually assign permanent IP addresses to every device on your
network. DHCP software typically runs in servers and is also found in network devices
such as routers. Most of Cable Modem for Internet access uses DHCP Public IP address
and Private IP address : Public IP address is an IP address which can be identified
uniquely in Internet world. All IP addresses excluding private IP addresses are public IP
addresses. Private IP addresses range from 10.0.0.0 until 10.255.255.255, and from
192.168.0.0 to 192.168.255.255. Generally speaking, private IP addresses are used in
local area network which are hidden from the Internet world. Also, when public IP
addresses not enough, private IP addresses are used while sharing global IP addresses
Router : Router is a network hardware which routes either Private or Public IP address
to Public network so that network device between private IP network and Public IP
network can communicate over the network. Router has NAT (Network Address
Translation) function and through this function Public IP address will be mapped into
private IP network so that Network device in the private IP address can be added from
Internet.
Hub : Hub is a hardware which relay transmission between Router and Network device.
There are two types of Hub. One is Dummy hub and the other one is Switching hub. Note
that Hub will be used in the local network only.
NAT (Network Address Translation) : Network Address Translation (NAT) translates
multiple IP addressed on the private LAN to one public address that is sent out to the
Internet. This adds a level of security since the address of a PC connected to the private
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LAN is never transmitted on the Internet.
AOIP (Always On Internet Protocol) Server: AOIP™ server (Always On IP) is run by
Seyeon Technology or its business partner and is a gateway for remote users to access
FlexWATCH™ servers which is connected dynamic IP address over DSL,Cable modem and
PSTN network over the Internet. FlexWATCH™ Network Video Server and Camera Server
family is fully supported by AOIP server and any type of IP address(Global Dynamic IP or
Private IP) can be assigned to FlexWATCHTM server and user can access FlexWATCH™
system from the Internet at anytime and anywhere through AOIP server.
2 Check Points before IP assignment
Following are list of item to be checked before you start configuration of
FlexWATCHTM server.
2.1 IP address
You need to have Static IP address and other information such as Default Gateway and
Network Mask which are to be assigned to FlexWATCHTM server. Please consult with your
network administrator, if FlexWATCHTM server is to be installed in your corporate network,
or consult with ISP if you want to install it in your home or shop for which DSL or Cable
modem Internet service is available.
Following could be a simple way of finding IP address information of your PC and with
that information you can set up IP address to FlexWATCHTM server in the private IP
network without consulting to your ISP.
- Open DOS Command window as following procedure.
Program> Accessories > DOS Prompt
- Enter ‘ ipconfig’ command. Following information will come up
2.1.1 Static IP address enabled PC (DHCP Disabled PC)
You can easily check whether Static IP address is assigned to your PC. If you are in the
Static IP network, it is simpler to assign IP address to FlexWATCHTM server than DHCP
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network.
\
C:\> ipconfig
Windows 2000/XP IP Configuration
Ethernet adapter Local area connection :
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.158
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1
C:\>
With above info, you can get information about your network from your PC and see which
IP class of IP address should be assigned to FlexWATCHTM server.
Note that the same class, but different IP address appeared in your PC must be used for
FlexWATCHTM server to assign an IP address from your PC keeping Subnet mask & default
gateway as same that of your PC.
For example, 192.168.0.155 or other available IP address except 192.168.0.158 can be
assigned to FlexWATCHTM server, since it is the same class of your IP address and can be
communicated in your local network.
If you want to check out whether 192.168.0.155 is available. Please try ping command in
the DOS window. If there is any response, it means 192.168.0.155 is assigned to other
network device. Thus, you need to randomly select other IP address and try ping test or
consult with your network administrator
C:\> ping 192.168.0.155
Pinging 192.168.0.155 with 32 bytes of data:
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Reply from 192.168.0.155: bytes=32 time=10ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.0.155: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.0.155: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
Reply from 192.168.0.155: bytes=32 time<10ms TTL=128
2.1.2 DHCP Enabled PC
If your PC is set to use DHCP, you need to check out IP address of
your PC using
‘ ipconfig’ command at DOS Prompt window.
You need to get IP address from your network administrator to assign it to FlexWATCHTM
server. IP address should be Surplus of IP address which will be not randomly assigned to
any network device in your network.
Your network administrator must make sure that IP address should be excluded from IP
pool when he configure Router.
Ethernet adapter Local Area Connection:
Connection-specific DNS Suffix . :
Description . . . . . . . . . . . : 3Com EtherLink III
ISA (3C509/3C509) in Legacy mode
Physical Address. . . . . . . . . : 00-60-08-3C-40-90
DHCP Enabled. . . . . . . . . . . : Yes
Autoconfiguration Enabled . . . . : Yes
IP Address. . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.158
Subnet Mask . . . . . . . . . . . : 255.255.255.0
Default Gateway . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1
DHCP Server . . . . . . . . . . . : 192.168.0.1
DNS Servers . . . . . . . . . . . : 168.126.63.1
168.126.63.2
C:\>
2.2 LAN cable or Cross-Over Cable
Check out whether FlexWATCHTM server can be connected through LAN cable or Cross--
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over cable.
2.2.1 LAN Cable Environment
If your PC is connected to network through LAN cable, you need to connect FlexWATCHTM
server to LAN port of Hub or Router.
2.2.2 Cross-over cable
If LAN network is not available, you can directly connect FlexWATCHTM server to your PC
through Cross-over cable. In this case, you need to prepare Cross-over cable separately
(Note that The LAN cable included in the product package is not Cross-over cable, but
normal straight cable) and you need to set your PC IP address as 10.20.30.41 and
connect the server with Factory default IP address, 10.20.30.40 through web browser.
Following is brief procedure to connect the server after changing PC IP address.
1) Click right button of your mouse on the ‘My Network Places’ icon in the main screen
window.
2) Click right button of your mouse on the ‘Local area connection’ icon and select
‘Property’ option.
3) Select ‘Internet protocol (TCP/IP)’ option and click ‘Property’ icon.
4) Select ‘use the following IP address’ option from the TCP/IP property option and set
the IP address as follow
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IP address : 10.20.30.41
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Network Mask : 255.255.255.0
5) Connect FlexWATCHTM server using Cross-over cable to your PC and run your web
browser and enter default IP address, 10.20.30.40 of FlexWATCHTM server in the URL
field. Note that Cross-over cable is not supplied with product.
6) Once you are connected to the server, click Admin icon and click LAN configuration
menu.
7) Enter IP address you would like to assign to the FlexWATCHTM server and change your
PC IP address again.
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2.3 PC Environment
Check out whether your PC is connected to LAN or WAN network or stand-alone. If stand
alone, you need to use Cross-over cable or build up LAN environment to use LAN cable.
3 Factory Default
Please refer to the following factory defaults to change setting up.
Factory Default
Admin ID
Admin password
IP address
Network mask
root
root
10.20.30.40
255.255.255.0
4 IP Assignment
FlexWATCHTM server can be configured by two different configuration method and
following is brief explanation.
Installation Wizard Program:
IP installation program is provided in CD form. Once FlexWATCHTM server is connected to
LAN network, you can assign IP address through program and access the Web browser
HyperTerminal mode:
If no network is available and you want to set up IP address, you can directly connect
FlexWATCHTM server to your PC through Serial cable provided together with product.
HyperTerminal mode is very useful tool to recover Admin password when you lost your
admin password or to report any problem to Manufacturer when product is on
malfunction status.
4.1 Through Installation Wizard Program
IP setting with Installation Wizard program is easy and simple way and after IP setting is
done you can do other configuration through web browser.
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You can use IP Installation Wizard Program through following step.
(IPInstallationWizard.exe is provide in the product CD)
Preset a PC with Microsoft Windows O/S.
1) Connect FlexWATCHTM server into the network (Hub) that your PC belongs to.
2) Run the IP installation Wizard program in your PC. Then following IP Installation
Wizard window will show up.
D
A
E
F
B
G
C
H
Description of Window
Menu
Description
A
Serial No. (MAC Address)
of System
B
IP Address on PC
Enter FlexWATCHTM server Serial No. (Mac
address) attached at the bottom of the unit and
select the LAN port.
WAN PORT is only for setting up FW-5000 and
FW-5440 model which has two LAN Card inside of
the box.
Auto scanned IP address of user’s computer with
IPInstallationWizard.exe running on.
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C
IP, Subnet, Gateway
D
‘Set IP Address’ Button
E
‘Save IP Address’ Button
F
‘Go to Home Page’ Button
G
‘Telnet to System’ Button
H
Result window
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Input an IP address to be assigned to
FlexWATCHTM server
Note that the IP must be directly connectable
with user’s PC. The above IP ’10.10.225.100’ is
only an example.
Whether to change IP, Subnet and Gate or IP and
Subnet mask only.
To activate a new IP assignment, click this
button.
To save IP-Address in the Flash Memory.
To launch FlexWATCH Web browser and start
other configuration through Administration page.
To guide you Telnet mode for Advanced
Configuration.
Show the result of IP assignment. If failed, try
again from the start or use other configuration
method
3) Input the Serial No. (MAC address) and Select “LAN Port”.
4) Input the IP address, which will be assigned to the system.
5) Click “Set IP Address” button to save the above configuration.
6) Check whether message type is correctly appeared on Result window as below.
------------ Set Server IP Address -----------ARP: Adding static entry to ARP table
Ping: Trying ping 10.10.225.100
ARP: Deleting static entry from ARP table
[ OK ]
[ OK ]
[ OK ]
7) If message come up as below, IP address setting has been failed.
------------ Set Server IP Address -----------ARP: Adding static entry to ARP table
[ OK ]
Ping: Trying ping 10.10.225.100
[FAILED]
Please check whether IP address and MAC address is
valid.
Then, please retry again.
ARP: Deleting static entry from ARP table
[ OK ]
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If IP address setting is failed, please check whether correct IP/MAC address is entered.
And try again with correct IP/MAC address, or please use HyperTerminal method.
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If the above result is O.K., follow the next step to finish Network Configuration.
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8) Click “Save IP Address” button to save IP-Address in the Flash Memory.
9) Click “Go to Home Page” button to access to FlexWATCHTM Web browser.
10)
For server configuration, click “Admin” Icon and Input User ID and Password
(Factory default is root : root) to get into configuration mode and then press “OK”
button.
) Note
Once you changed the IP address of FlexWATCHTM server, you need to connect the server
with the changed IP address. If you lost the IP address assigned to FlexWATCHTM server,
you need to set-up a new IP address again.
) Note
If IP address set result is failed, please check whether correct IP/MAC address is entered.
And try again with correct IP/MAC address, or please use HyperTerminal method.
4.2 IP Assignment through Hyper Terminal mode
Microsoft Windows provides Terminal emulation program, namely Hyper Terminal. For
HyperTerminal connection, Power, RS-232 Cable and LAN cable must be connected to
FlexWATCHTM server with user’s PC. LAN cable is to run Web browser after configuration
using HyperTerminal. You can continue the below configuration after Network setting and
the next process will be same as using Installation Wizard Program.
1) Link up with the provided serial cable between COM port at FW-3440 and COM1 or
COM2 at user’s PC.
2) Run Hyper Terminal Program on user’s PC.
Window start> Program> Accessories> Communication> Hyper Terminal
3) If Hyper Terminal window come up as below, input HyperTerminal name (ex.
Flexwatch) and press ‘OK’ button.
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4) Select the connected COM port with serial cable and press OK button.
5) When ‘Port Settings’ window show up, input each values from the table below.
Serial Port Settings
Bits per Second
Data bits
Parity
Value
115200
8
None
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Stop bits
Flow control
1
None
6) After setting Hyper Terminal, press Enter key several times and then you can see
messages as below. Input Login ID and Password. (Factory defaults for Admin ID and
Password are root/root.)
Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd. 2001-2003
Linux Kernel 2.4.20-syl1
FlexWATCH login:
7) If you correctly input Login ID and Password, ‘bash#’ prompt will show up as below.
FlexWATCH login: root
Password:
----------------------------------------------------------SYSTEM
: FlexWATCH
VERSION
: 3.0.040130
MODEL
: FW-3110
----------------------------------------------------------login[504]: root login on `ttyS0'
bash#
8) Input ‘netconfig’ command after ‘bash# ’ prompt, and press Enter key. Then you can
see following network setup values.
bash# netconfig
--------------------- Network(LAN) Setup --------------------Current configuation
IP Address : 10.20.30.40
Network Mask : 255.255.255.0
Gateway
: 10.10.1.1
Enter IP Address :
9) Input new IP address, Network Mask and Gateway values to be assigned to
FlexWATCHTM server. After this, press “y” to apply the new network configuration.
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Enter IP Address : 10.10.213.22
Enter Network Mask : 255.255.0.0
Enter Gateway
: 10.10.1.1
Entered network configuation
IP Address : 10.10.213.22
Network Mask : 255.255.0.0
Gateway
: 10.10.1.1.
Do you wish to apply your new network configuration ?
(y/n/q): y
10)
If following messages come up on your screen with “bash# ” prompt, the new
network configuration has successfully applied.
Your network configuration was changed.
Shutting down interface eth0 [ OK ]
Shutting down interface ppp1 [ OK ]
Shutting down interface ppp2 [ OK ]
Setting network parameters [ OK ]
Bringing up interface lo [ OK ]
Bringing up interface eth0 eth0: Setting half-duplex based on auto-negotiated partner ability 0000.
[ OK ]
Bringing up interface ppp1 [ OK ]
Your new network configuration was applied.
bash#
11)
To check whether your Network configuration is correctly applied or not, press
‘ifconfig’ command after “bash#” prompt and then following messages will show up.
On the second line of the ‘eth0’ message, you can check the assigned IP and Mask
values. Gateway value is not seen here. If the values are different from what you want
to set-up, try again the Network configuration from step 8).
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Bash# ifconfig
eth0
Link encap:Ethernet HWaddr 00:30:6F:81:00:AE
inet addr:10.10.213.22 Bcast:10.10.255.255 Mask:255.255.0.0
UP BROADCAST RUNNING MULTICAST MTU:1500 Metric:1
RX packets:6382 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:294 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:2 txqueuelen:100
Interrupt:9
lo
Link encap:Local Loopback
inet addr:127.0.0.1 Mask:255.0.0.0
UP LOOPBACK RUNNING MTU:16436 Metric:1
RX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 frame:0
TX packets:0 errors:0 dropped:0 overruns:0 carrier:0
collisions:0 txqueuelen:0
bash#
12)
Input ‘savecfg’ command to save the changed configuration to Flash Memory.
And Input ‘reboot’ command to reboot the system.
bash#
bash# savecfg
Saving a current config to flash memory
[ OK ]
Updated flash
bash#
bash#
bash# reboot
Broadcast message from root (ttyp0) Mon Sep 6 19:28:51
2004...
The system is going down for reboot NOW !!
bash#
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Live view & Camera Configuration
Once IP assignment is finished, you can view live view through standard web browser
such as MS Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
There are two different type of viewing option provided by FlexWATCHTM server. One is
simple live view and the other is “FW-Voyager” which provides personal Network
DVR(Digital Video Recording) and viewing solution.
Depending on the OS and web browser, you can get different viewing option as well.
Following is guide for OS and Web browser for live view.
Viewing mode
Simple view (ActiveX)
Java Applet mode
Operation System
MS Window
Window, Linux, Unix, MAC, OS2
FW-Voyager (Recording)
MS Window
Web browser
Internet explorer only
Netscape and other web
browser
Internet Explorer only
* Note that FlexWATCHTM server supports only Internet Explorer or Netscape Navigator.
No additional support will be given to support any specific web browser except above.
1 Live View
Video server is designed to automatically sense the OS of Client PC and Web browser.
Depending on the OS and web browser it provides different option such as ActiveX and
Java Applet.
1.1 ActiveX based simple view
This mode is to view live through Internet explorer on the MS Window
Small ActiveX components should be automatically installed or manually installed in the
client PC to view live if Client PC use Internet explorer on the MS Window.
When the client pc is connected to internet, ActiveX components will automatically
downloaded and installed in the view PC if you accept to download and install
[FlexWATCHTM Simple Viewer control] program
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Click “Live view” tab in the web browser
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Click “Yes” button when security Warning panel come up
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Then, live view will be displayed
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When the Client pc is not connected to Internet, you need to manually install ActiveX
components in your viewing PC.
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Insert the product CD in your PC
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Select “FlexWATCHTM Simple Viewer control” program
-
Application idea
ActiveX based SDK is provided for software developers so that application program
developers can easily utilize digital video from FlexWATCHTM server for his own video
application.
1.2 Java Applet based live view
Java applet is to display live video through any web browser on any Operating system
supporting Java Virtual Machine. This is to view live video through Netscape navigator
on MS window or other Operation system such as Unix, Linux, MAC and OS2. Thus, if
you are using MS IE on MS Window, Java Applet can not be enabled.
Note that JRE(Java Runtime Environment) must be running in your web browser to
display live video on Unix, Linux, Mac, OS2 Operating system or Netscape Navigator on
Window. If not, you need to manually download and install JRE file from the web page of
Sun Microsystems.
1.3 Live view page guide
Simple viewer page provides various control option such as image magnification, full
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screen, snapshot, PTZ control, Relay output control, Voice kit connection as well.
Cam Control :
By checking the camera you can get any number of camera displayed on the same
screen. Camera 1, 2, 3, 4 and all cameras can be displayed together.
Sequence :
To view camera selected camera sequentially.
Frame rate :
You can adjust display frame rate by control Frame rate option
Display size :
X1 for Real size, x2 for double size and Full screen mode is supported.
Snap shot :
You can make a snapshot of video while viewing the live video.
Voice :
When the voice kit, FW-V10S is connected to the FlexWATCHTM server, you can
simultaneously listen and speak with your counter part through web browser.
PTZ :
PTZ(pan/tilt/zoom) device can be controlled through web browser. When click “PTZ”
button, PTZ control panel will separately be appeared. But note that you need to get
permission to control it.
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Output control :
Relay output device can be controlled through simple view page. But note that you need
to get permission to control it.
2 FW-Voyager based view and recording
FW-Voyager is web based DVR software for personal video recording. Using this free
software, user can easily install the software and do video recording at any time.
Note that FW-Voyager is works on MS Internet explorer of Window OS.
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Click “Voyager” tab in the web page of the server
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Wait till the Voyager program is automatically downloaded.
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Click “yes” in the Security warning panel
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Then software will automatically installed.
For the operation of the software, please refer to user guide of FW-Voyager
software included in the product CD.
3 Camera configuration
This is to configure camera related settings such as camera value string and video quality
setting.
3.1 Camera value string configuration
Some of video related value string can be
transmitted along with live video stream so that client program can receive and utilize
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video related value string for his own application.
Default Video Format :
To manually change video format. Note that server auto sense the video format
Video with UART sensor data:
Serial input data can be sent along with video so that application program can read serial
input data
Video with channel name:
To send video along with channel name
Video with server name:
To send video along with server name
Video with IP address:
To send video along with IP Address
Image encryption:
Image encryption is security feature. Once it is enabled, user must enter encryption code
to view live video.
) Note
All of video related values are encrypted in the JPEG image and can not be read by any
program as it is. It is intended to help application program developer to utilize video
related value string for his own specific application. Manufacturer can provide more
technical documentation for the programmer to decrypt value string for his programming.
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Thus, please contact your local vendor to get more in-depth technical info to decrypt the
value string.
3.1.1 Image encryption
Image encryption is security feature to prevent unwanted image hacking when
anonymous user accesses the system. Once it is enabled, user must enter encryption
code to view live video.
1) Simple set up encryption code
2) Enter encryption key code to view live. Up to 8 alpha-numeric characters can be used.
) Note
Once you lost your encryption code, you can reconfigure encryption code through Admin
Mode.
Once Image encryption is enabled, FW-Manager can not display live video. Thus,
you must disable Encryption mode when the image is to be viewed from FWManager program.
3.2 Camera configuration
Through camera configuration mode, you can adjust the video quality to meet your
requirement.
1) Click ‘Camera configuration’ menu in the Service configuration mode of admin
window
2) Set up camera value string
3) Select Camera channel and set up camera related information such as Camera name
and quality setting.
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User defined camera name will be appeared on the camera name column of video. Up to
20 different English characters can be used.
( Notice : If you are using 2-Byte Unicode Character, number of character is
limited to 10 )
Image Size : 4 different size of video can be set up.
NTSC
PAL
Full
704 x 480
704 x 576
Large
704 x 240
704 x 288
Normal
352 x 240
352 x 288
Small
176 x 112
176 x 144
Application Idea
Full size of video can show interlaced video when the camera is displaying fast moving
picture. To avoid interlaced video, use large size of video which use Field image only.
Note that in this case, camera quality can slightly be degraded..
Channel install :
Whether to enable video channel or not. If “Disable” is selected, camera will not be
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displayed.
Video Source: color and Gray mode option
Image Quality: 5 quality levels - highest, high, normal, low, lowest
) Note
Please note that if you increase image size and quality, actual JPEG file size will be
increased and this may affect actual transmission frame rate. Thus, you are required to
check out your network bandwidth available for FlexWATCHTM server and select the right
size and quality of video.
Motion Detection : Refer to description about Motion detection feature below.
Time stamp : Date and Time information can be engraved in the JPEG Image. It is
recommended to use time stamp only when you need image with built-in time info.
) Note that once Time stamp is enabled, over all transmission speed can be
degraded.
3.3 Video Motion Detection
Built-in motion detection function is supported by the FlexWATCHTM server so that server
can sense the motion in the picture and trigger any services such as e-mail, FTP or alarm
buffering services.
Up to 144 square blocks can be configured as a motion area so that you can
flexibly filter out motion area.
3.3.1 Setting procedure
1) Go to “Camera & Motion” option in the Admin Menu
2) Select the camera for video configuration
3) Click “Select Area” button from the Camera configuration menu
4) Click the square block to set up motion detection area
5) Adjust Motion sensitivity (the lower the number, the higher the motion
sensitivity)
6) Check “Motion Enable” check box and Click “Apply” button to save your
configuration
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3.3.2 How to save Motion triggered image in the NVR solution
Recording in the FW-5440/5000
Simply check “Motion Detection” option in the recording condition menu in the FW5440 or FW-5000 when motion detection option is enabled in the FlexWATCHTM server.
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Recording in the FW-Manager
To record motion triggered image in the FW-Manager (NDVR Software) client program,
you should not use Software motion detection function in the FW-Manager.
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Simply configure motion detection for the selected camera in the
FlexWATCHTM server
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Set up Motion based recording condition in the FW-Manager (Do not set
up motion detection area in the FW-Manager software).
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System Configuration
System configuration is to set up basic functions which help you properly run and
manage the system. It is highly recommended to set up the configuration before any
other configurations. Following functions are provided in the System configuration mode.
-
System name and Info
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System Administration account set up
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System access level setting
-
Serial port configuration (PTZ or external device connection)
-
TX Module configuration
1 System Information
System information is very important one
Following menu will be provided
Server Name
Serial Number
Model
Version
User definable and Identifier of the system when the system is
accessed by third party program such as NDVR software.
Product serial number. This information must be submitted for RMA
or Warranty claim
This information also needs to be submitted for technical support
request
System firmware version. This information also needs to be
submitted for technical support request
2 Date & Time
Date & time is very important factor to trigger any service at the right time such as FTP,
e-Mail, Alarm notification etc. If Date & time is not correctly set up in the system,
any service which will be triggered by schedule condition will be not done
correctly.
Also Server Date & time info will be displayed on the image. If you need to display
correct time, please set up more accurate time information.
2.1 Date & Time in the server clock
Date & time can be set up in the real time clock built in the server. Simple set up Date &
Time info in the Date & Time configuration field.
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1) Go to Date & Time setup menu in the System configuration section of Admin mode
2) Set the correct time and click “Apply” button
2.2 Date & Time using NTP server
If multiple servers are installed over the network and controlled by client program and
synchronized time info is required, use NTP(Network Time Protocol) option.
1) Go to [NTP setup] menu in the Network configuration section of Admin Mode
2) Type in NTP server name or use default NTP timeserver, ntp.ewha.net, if you do not
know any NTP timeserver available in your area.
) Note
NTP timeserver provides exact time wherever it is located.
3) Enable the service and select Time Zone where the FlexWATCHTM server is
located (not user’s viewing pc area)
4) Type in NTP timeserver info.
3 Admin Password Setup
System administration Menu is user definable. It is highly recommended to change
default Admin Password to prevent any unwanted server control by any other person.
) Please note followings
A. Factory default admin ID is root and Password is root (Case sensitive)
B. Admin ID(root) is not user definable and unchanging
A. Only Admin Password is user definable
4 Access Control and User registration
Access permission is to set up user account for the system access. Through this
configuration you can create multiple user account with different control authority for
each camera and edit or delete user account.
Following features are provided by this mode
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A. Option to allow system access without system Login ID & PW
B. Channel based different user account creation
C. Different control authority for Video, PTZ, Audio, and relay output device
control
4.1 Full Access
To allow system access by anyone who know the IP address. PTZ, Audio and Relay
output device can be controlled by anyone. Thus, if security for video is important, it is
highly recommended to user limited access mode below
4.2 Limited Access and User registration
This is to limit server access to the authorized user only. Through this mode, you can
create multi level access account for each camera, not system level, with different control
authority.
Once Limited Access option is selected, User registration should be followed to effectively
use Limited Access function.
) Application Tips
If servers are accessed and controlled by third party application program and if
you want to give different control authority for each camera to different application
program, you can give different access and control authority for PTZ, Audio, Relay output
device control for specific camera by creating different User account in the server.
Following is step for Limited access account for each camera.
1) Select [Limited Access] option in the Access Permission menu
2) Click [Apply] button
3) Click [user registration] menu in the System configuration section of Admin window
4) Fill out the column provided such as User name, ID & Password
5) Select the Camera module for which you would like to give permission and check
control item such as Alarm control, PTZ, and Audio control.
) Note default VS Module ID is 0 and only Default VS Module ID is workable.
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Full Access :
If full access is selected, any body can access the server and control the video.
No Access :
This is to temporally restrict camera access by specific user without delete user account
to temporally block access to the camera.
Selective Access:
This is to set up control authority for the respective or all cameras.
VS Module ID is FlexWATCHTM server ID which is recognized by the server. Default # is
0.
Please disregard other VS Module ID appeared in the drop down menu. Other module
numbers is for future use which is not currently workable.
Camera number start from 0 which is the first camera connected to BNC connect #1.
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Thus, 4TH camera can be Camera# 3 in this menu.
5 Frame rate control
Maximum Video frame rate which sever can transmit over the IP network can be set up
through Frame rate control option. Through this maximum frame rate control option,
user can limit network bandwidth consumption by video transmission.
1) Go to [Access Control] option in the system configuration menu in the Admin page.
2) Set up Maximum frame rate. Following table could be an example.
File size is variable depending on the complexity of the scene. Thus, it hard to get
exact and fixed number of file size.
Frame rate requirement
Average File
Required Bandwidth
size
10FPS
25FPS
176X112
3KBps
240K bps
600K bps
NTSC
352X240
8KBps
640K bps
1.6M bps
704X480
20KBps
1.6M bps
4M bps
173X114
4KBps
320K bps
800K bps
PAL
352X 288
10KBps
800K bps
2.0M bps
704X 576
25KBps
2M bps
5M bps
* Above file size table is average file size manufacture got from the lab test.
Format
Resolution
Formula to calculate required Bandwidth
File Size x FPS X 8 bits
3) Click [Apply] button
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6 Tx Module Registration(NVCP)
)
-
Notice
If you do not connect FlexWATCHTM server to NDVR server, do not set TX module
configuration
-
Once Tx Module configuration is done, set up RX module configuration in the
NDVR server as well
Video proxy function is supported by NDVR server such as FW-5440 and FW-5000 server.
By registering FlexWATCHTM video server into NDVR server, live video can be recorded in
the NDVR server and live view can be accessed through NDVR server web page which
means user does not need to separately run web browser to view respective cameras
from FlexWATCHTM video servers.
TX module registration is to set up the FlexWATCHTM server to communicate with FW5440 or FW-5000 NDVR server or FW-VSS Proxy Server only. When TX module is enabled
at the FlexWATCHTM server, RX module at NDVR server side should also be enabled as
well.
Two different modes are provided as a connection type. One is Passive and the other is
Active mode. Depending on which device tries to establish the connection to the other
party, the connection type will be decided.
Passive mode : NDVR server tries to establish connection to FlexWATCHTM server
Active Mode : FlexWATCHTM server tries to establish connection to NDVR server
Once connection type is decided in the FlexWATCHTM server, the connection type in the
NDVR server should be opposite so that it can communicate with FlexWATCHTM server.
For example, once Passive mode is set up in the FlexWATCHTM server, Active mode must
be set in the NDVR server.
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1) Click TX Module registration menu in the System configuration mode of Admin
window.
2) Type in NVCP Password in the NVCP Password configuration filed.
) Notice
NVCP Password is security feature which authenticate server access by RX
module (FW-5440 or 5000 NDVR server) to FlexWATCHTM server. Once NVCP Password
is configured, that password must be set up in the NDVR server to get video from
FlexWATCHTM server. Thus, you must make a note of NVCP password.
3) Select TX Module. By configuring TX module, you can program the server to
communicate with different NVR servers. Up to16 different NDVR servers can
simultaneously work with FlexWATCHTM server.
4) Select Passive or Active Mode depends on the network situation with NDVR server.
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5) Once Active mode is selected, type in IP address of NDVR server.
) Note
NVCP port should be open to communicate with NDVR Server, when the FlexWATCHTM
server is programmed to communication with NDVR server
Following is recommended setting guide for TX and RX module for FlexWATCHTM server
and NDVR depending on the network environment
Video server
Mode
Passive mode
Passive mode
Active Mode
Active Mode
NDVR Server
Network environment
WAN Network(Global Static)
LAN Network (Private)
LAN Network (Private)
WAN Network(Global Static)
Mode
Active Mode
Active mode
Passive mode
Passive mode
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Network Configuration
Network configuration mode provides interface for the server to be connected to
broadband network or PSTN line. In addition to basic network, application port such as
HTTP, NVCP, Voice port configuration and IP filtering options are provided.
1 Network configuration
You can change IP address of server through LAN configuration mode.
1.1 Static IP
Select this to assign static IP in the server. Subnet mask, Default Gateway information
must comply with the network where server is installed. Otherwise, server cannot be
connected through network.
1.2 DHCP Client
This setting is recommended when the server is installed under DHCP environment in the
LAN or Cable modem, xDSL Modem which provides PPPOA type service.
We recommend you to use DHCP option when the server is directly connected to Cable
modem only.
1.2.1 How to access the server under DHCP environment
Once DHCP is enabled, there is no way for the user to know which IP is assigned to the
server from the server web page. Following is guide how to get to know IP address of the
server.
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Once DHCP is enabled, there is not other setting to be changed in the network works
configuration except DNS info, if required.
2.1.1.1 IP notification by E-mail service
You can receive IP address of the server through e-mail from the server, when the server
is connected to DHCP server. Please do not enable DHCP client feature till you open
a way to receive or get IP address of server.
1) Check whether you are in the DHCP environment before starting set-up.
2) Go to [Network Status Notify] menu in the network configuration mode
3) Set up e-mail account through which you would like to get IP address information
when the server is set up DHCP Client.
4) Now go to Network configuration mode and select DHCP option
* For more information about e-mail configuration, refer chapter for the e-mail
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configuration in Advanced Service
2.1.1.1 Server access through AOIP server
Once Server is registered in the AOIP server and DHCP is enabled, you can access the
server through AOIP server. IP address of server can be found from AOIP server as well.
In this case you do not need to configure e-mail address setting to get IP address from
the server.
Please contact your local vendor or manufacture to get more information about AOIP
server which is an IP gateway for Dynamic IP user.
2 PPPoE Configuration
Some DSL or Cable Modem based ISP provides PPPoE based internet connection service.
If FlexWATCHTM server must directly be connected to the external DSL or Cable modem,
PPPoE option must be enabled.
Note that you must open a way to get IP address information, since there is no way you
can get to know IP address of the server through web browser when the server is set to
PPPoE network. The only way you can get IP address is through e-mail or AOIP server.
Please refer to above DHCP client part to set up e-mail and AOIP connection.
Please contact your local ISP to get User ID and Password for your Internet
connection.
) Note
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Once PPPoE is enabled, LAN network setting will be disabled.
3 Network port configuration
HTTP port, NVCP and VDCP ports are application port through which video and audio data
can be transmitted over the TCP/IP network.
3.1 HTTP port configuration
When you need to change Default HTTP Port (#80) to other port, you can change
HTTP port. This is very useful when more than one server should be installed behind a
router.
By assigning different HTTP port number for each server and configure port-forwarding
feature of Router, you can install more than one server behind the router.
For more information about this, please contact your local vendor.
3.2 NVCP –Tx Port
Tx port is a TCP port number through which FlexWATCHTM server can communicate with
other devices such as FW-5440 or FW-5000 NDVR servers. This port number is user
definable.
NVCP-Tx port must be opened when the FlexWATCHTM server transmits data through
Internet in a Passive way (When TX Module Registration is configured as PASSIVE
MODE). When NVCP port is to be used, you must open TCP port in the router as well.
3.3 VDCP Port configuration
VDCP port is UDP port for Voice Communication. By changing VDCP port (Default number
is 32001), you can install more than one Voice kit and Video server under the
router.
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Note that when Voice Kit is connected to Internet, respective UDP port of the
router must be opened.
4 WAN Configuration and Application
Server is designed to make a call to ISP or can receive a call from outside so that server
can establish Internet connect to send FTP, e-mail or send video & data through PSTN
line or other medium. This is best alternative when the broadband Internet access is not
available.
4.1 External Modem connection
Modem has to be connected to AUX Port with RS-232 Serial Cable.
1) Connect your MODEM and AUX Port at FlexWATCHTM server with RS-232 Serial cable.
2) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration
3) Select ‘Modem’ at AUX mode and click ‘Apply’ button.
4) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
4.2 Application with Dial-in/out feature
4.2.1 Application with Dial-in
Dial-in is to allow server connection from remote client. This option is useful for the user
to connect the server at any time. Especially when the server sends e-mail notification
for the alarm and user want to check the situation.
4.2.2 Application with Dial-out
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Server can establish the Internet connection through PSTN line and send FTP or e-mail
when the alarm condition is triggered by any event.
Following can be done through Dial-out function
• Pre/post alarm image sending through e-mail
• Pre/post alarm image sending to FTP server through FTP function
• Establish connection with AOIP server :
when the event is happened, server can send e-mail notification for the alarm and can
keep the connection with AOIP server, not terminating the connection with ISP.
Thus, you can quickly connect the server through AOIP server and view live video. The
key benefit of using AOIP connection is to view live video without making a separate call
to FlexWATCHTM server whenever there is alarm and you can easily access the server. If
you are running FW-Manager software, live video will be automatically display on the FWmanager screen when there is any alarm.
4.3 Dial Out configuration
This is to set up the system to make a call to ISP when the dial out condition is activated
to transmit live video or send e-mail or FTP image.
4.3.1 Dial-up through Standard modem
Dial-out through standard PSTN modem is quite common and general.
1) Connect the server to PSTN line through RS-232 cable. Connect the cable to COM Port
or server. Use the standard D-Sub 9pin connector provided by PSTN modem.
2) Go to [WAN (PPP, Modem, etc)] menu in the Network configuration mode
3) Select “PPP client” option and fill out the option field.
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PPP Client :
This means that FlexWATCHTM server act as client and call out to ISP.\
PPP Server :
This means that FlexWATCHTM server acts as a Server and receives a call from remote
user.
Tel#, User ID and User password :
ISP phone number and user account for Internet connection to ISP.
Default Route :
Enable this option. When Dial-out option is selected.
) Note
If you use external modem, we recommend ‘3COM U.S.Robotics 56K’ external
modem for better performance, although FlexWATCHTM server is designed to flexibly work
with different external modem from different manufacturer. If you are to use different
external modem from different manufacturer, we recommend you to contact your
distributor or contact sales@flexwatch.com to choose compatible modem.
4.3.2 Dial-Out through Media specific device
Dial-out can be done through specific media which is not standard PSTN such as CDMA
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modem, GSM or GPRS Modem or any type of wireless modem.
This mode is not for general users. Thus, if you need to connect special modem device,
please contact your vendor or manufacturer for more information, sales@flexwatch.com
4.4 Dial-in Configuration
Dial-in is to allow client PC to call into the server and get live video through PSTN line.
Overall configuration is very similar to that of Dial-out configuration. But much more
simple than Dial-out.
1) Go to [WAN (PPP, Modem, etc)] menu in the Network configuration mode.
2) Select “PPP Server”. This is to authenticate incoming call to server from remote client.
3) Check Authenticate more as none.
4) Configure User ID and Password, if you need to set up authenticate mode
5) Click [Apply] button and quit configuration menu.
Local IP address and Remote IP address
When remote client is connected to the server through modem connection, physical line
connection will be done. But no way to view live video unless client runs the web browser
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of the FlexWATCHTM server.
Local IP address and Remote IP address is virtual IP address which is used at the time of
Modem connection only
Local IP address :
System default IP address (192.168.2.1) resides in the FlexWATCHTM server for modem
connection only. So when you connect the FlexWATCHTM server from remote PC using
dial-up networking and physical connection is made, you need to run your web browser
and enter this system default IP address(192.168.2.1) to view live video. You can
change this system default IP address as well. But it is recommended not to change
system default IP address for modem connection to prevent any possible error.
Remote IP address :
IP address which is automatically given to remote client PC by FlexWATCHTM server when
FlexWATCHTM server is connected by remote client PC using dial-up networking. This IP
address (192.168.2.2) is for data communication between FlexWATCHTM server and
Remote client PC. So you do not need to change this IP address. But if you change
default IP address of FlexWATCHTM server (192.168.2.1) for modem connection to
different class of IP address, you need to change remote IP address to the same class
of IP to match the IP class.
) Note that when Local IP address is change, remote IP address should be
changed into the same class of the IP address.
5 Service Path
This is to specify service path through which server can send any information to target
device.
1) Go to Service path menu in the service configuration mode
2) Select “Modem”, if any data should be sent through PSTN or external modem device
and click “Apply” button.
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LAN : This is default path the send any data to outside.
Modem : when PSTN or other medium than LAN is used to send data to outside. This
service port must be checked when any data is to be sent through PSTN or other medium
than LAN which is connected to COM port.
) Note
Service path must be set up and checked before starting WAN configuration to send any
data through external PSTN modem connection or equivalent
If LAN is to be used, select “None(LAN)” option.
6 AOIP Setup
AOIP (Always-On-IP) is an IP gateway through which user can access the FlexWATCH™
server when it is connected to Dynamic IP address. Thus, if the server should be
connected to the Dynamic IP network and you want to view live video from anywhere, it
is the right solution for you.
6.1 How to use AOIP service
Following is a step you need to take to use AOIP service
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Contact your local vendor or sales@flexwatch.com to get user account for
AOIP service.
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Register product in the AOIP server under your account
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Set up your network (Port mapping function of your router)
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Once things are set up, you can login to AOIP server and connect your
FlexWATCH™ server.
) Note
AOIP is proprietary data service run by FlexWATCH™ or its business partners around the
world. Thus, depending on the country AOIP service can run by your local vendor or
master distributor or in some case, you need to user AOIP server run by manufacturer.
More detailed information about how to use can be acquired by contact your local
distributor or sales@flexwatch.com .
6.2 AOIP configuration
As described above, once you register product in the AOIP server and Network setting is
correctly done to user AOIP function, you need to configure AOIP function in the
FlexWATCHTM server.
1) Check the “Enable” option to use AOIP function
2) Type in AOIP server address. Either Domain name or IP address can be typed in.
3) Select whether to use HTTP or NVCP-TX port. HTTP port must be selected to view
AOIP Server IP :
AOIP server IP is subject to change depending on where you are and who is your local
distributor, since AOIP server can be run by local distributor in some countries. If there is
no local AOIP service available, you can contact manufacturer to use. www.aoip.co.kr is
AOIP Service address run by manufacturer.
HTTP Port:
This is enable HTTP connects to AOIP server. You must select “Enable” option.
NVCP-TX Port:
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NVCP-Tx Port should be enabled only when video is transmitter to NDVR server such as
FW-5440 and FW-5000, or Video proxy server supplied by FlexWATCHTM server. If not, do
not enable this option.
7 Network Status
You can see all the network status configured in the system through “Network status”
option. Please Select “Network Status” menu in the Network configuration mode of
Admin Window.
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External Device connection & configuration
External device such as Serial input device, Serial output (UART) device, PTZ
(pan/Tilt/Zoom) device, Audio kit and Alarm input and output device can be connected to
the system and controlled over the TCP/IP network.
1 Serial Ports Configuration Guide
This chapter will guide you how to install and configure Serial-interface devices.
FlexWATCHTM server is designed to support simultaneously TWO different Serialinterface devices (RS-232, RS-485, RS-422) through COM and AUX ports.
1.1 Hardware Description
There are two DB-9 terminal ports (Aux and COM) for RS-232 interfaces, and one RJ-45
terminal port for RS-485 and RS-422 interfaces at the rear part of FlexWATCHTM server as
below picture. RJ-45 terminal port provides 8 pins that are divided into AUX and COM
part as well.
1.1.1 Pin-Out Information
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COM
AUX
Console (Hyper Terminal)
O
X
Modem
X
O
PTZ
O
O
Voice
O
O
Serial Input
O
O
Serial Output
O
O
None
O
O
1.1.2 Ports Connection for using two different devices.
AUX and COM part is provided for RS-232 and RS-485 or RS-422 connection. This
enables user to connect more external devices to the server and selectively use them per
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his needs.
But same type of port for RS-232, RS-485 or RS-422 can not simultaneously be
used. For example, if COM part of RS-232 is used by Hyper Terminal Connection, COM
part of RS-485 can not be operative. In this case, AUX part of RS-485/RS-422 or RS-232
port should be used.
Interface combination
Ports Connection
RS-232 + RS-232
RS-485 + RS-485
RS-485 + RS-422
RS-422 + RS-422
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RS-232 + RS-485
AUX(RS232) and COM(RS485)
or
COM(RS232) and AUX(RS485)
RS-232 + RS-422
AUX(RS232) and COM(RS422)
or
COM(RS232) and AUX(RS422)
)
You cannot make use of AUX (RS232) port and AUX (RS485, 422) part
at the same time. Also it is not available to use of COM (RS232) port and
COM (RS485, 422) part together.
2 Installation & Configuration of External Device
2.1 Console(Hyper Terminal cable connection)
Console has to be connected to COM Port with RS-232 Serial cable.
1) Connect COM1 or COM 2 Port at your PC and COM Port at FlexWATCHTM server with
RS-232 Serial cable.
2) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration
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3) Select ‘Console’ at COM mode, and Click ‘Apply’ button
4) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
2.2 Serial Input device
Serial input device such as Car Speed sensor, BOG sensor, POS (Point of sales), ATM
device which communicate with external device through RS-232 port can be integrated
with the system. And that data can be transmitted along with video to anywhere over the
TCP/IP network.
1) Connect your Serial Input Device to RS422/485 Port or RS232 (COM or AUX)
port.
2) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration
3) Select ‘Serial Input’ at COM or AUX mode, and Click ‘Apply’ button.
4) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
5) After rebooting, Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports
Configuration
6) Click “Serial Input Mode”, then following window will show up.
7) Select the installed Serial Input Device Model on the dropdown menu as above.
8) Click ‘Apply’ button.
) Note
Serial Input device protocol can separately be uploaded into the system per customer
needs. User can upload serial input device protocol file which is provided by manufacturer
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only.
This function is not for general use. Thus, if you need more close information about this,
please contact your local distributor or manufacturer for further information,
sales@flexwatch.com.
2.3 Serial output device
The system supports to relay third party command to target device through Serial output
device control mode. Through this, user defined message can be reached to target device
The system supports two different modes. One is X10 protocol for PLC (Power Line
Communication) and UART(Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter) device.
2.3.1 Serial Output Configuration
Following is guide for hardware cabling and setting.
1) Connect your Serial Output Device to RS422/485 Port or RS232 (COM or AUX)
port.
2) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration.
3) Select ‘Serial Output’ at COM or AUX mode, and Click ‘Apply’ button.
4) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
5) After rebooting, Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports
Configuration.
6) Click “Serial Output Mode”, then following window will show up.
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G. After setting up the parameters in the each filed, click ‘Apply’ button. Note that if
you are using X10 device protocol, you do not need to set up parameters, but
simple select X10 “Enable” option.
2.3.2 X 10 device & Z256
X10 and Z256 is a protocol name of Device which is to control electronic devices over the
Power line communications. Using this control mode, you can build up a system to
control any electronic device over the TCP/IP network through FlexWATCHTM server
This function is highly recommended for Home automation or remote device control
application.
This function is not for general use. Thus, if you need more se information about this,
please contact your local distributor or manufacturer for further information,
sales@flexwatch.com.
2.3.3 UART(Universal Asynchronous Receiver Transmitter) device
By-pass command mode is supported by the system so that user can send command
string to target device through the server from the remote area.
By-pass command string can be sent either by third party application program or control
panel inside of the system.
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A. By-pass command string from third party
This is to send command string from third party application program to the target
device connected to the server. More about this function can be supplied by HTTP CGI
API guide.
B. Control panel inside of the system
You can create control panel of external device inside of the server and control target
device through server web page.
This function is not for general use. Thus, if you need more information about this, please
contact your local distributor or manufacturer for further information,
sales@flexwatch.com.
2.4 PTZ device connection and configuration
PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoom) device connected to the server can be controlled through either
standard web browser or specific application program over IP network.
2.4.1 PTZ connection
When you install a RS-485/422 interfaced PTZ model:
PTZ device has to be connected to RS422/485 Port with RJ-45 connector.
And it can be configured either in AUX or COM part. As mentioned above
please check whether AUX or COM port for RS-232 is already
AUX
COM
assigned or not and use different part for RS-422/RS-485
M d
M d
connection which is not assigned by RS-232 Port.
12345678
+-+-+-+-
TX TX RX RX TX TX RX RX
When you select PTZ at AUX part,
AUX
make use of Pin No. 1 and 2 from RS422/485 port.
When you select PTZ at COM part,
make use of Pin No. 5 and 6 from RS422/485 port.
When you install a RS-232 interfaced PTZ model:
PTZ device has to be connected to AUX or COM Port with RS-232 Serial Cable.
Standard RS-232 cable can be used to connect AUX or COM port.
1) Connect your PTZ device into RS232 (COM or AUX) port as above explanation.
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2) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration.
3) Select ‘PTZ’ at COM or AUX mode, and click ‘Apply’ button.
4) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
5) After rebooting, Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports
Configuration.
6) Click “PTZ Mode”, then following window will show up
7) Select the installed PTZ Model on the dropdown menu as above.
8) Select the Channel number installed with the PTZ, and click ‘Apply’ button
2.4.2 Supported PTZ(Pan/Tilt/Zoom) Device list
• Following is list of PTZ devices which are directly supported by
FlexWATCHTM server. Note that some of PTZ has not been field approved, although manufacturer
integrated its protocol into FlexWATCHTM server. Thus, it is highly recommended for you to use only
field approved PTZ device.
• In addition, although Manufacturer integrated Protocol of PTZ device and did field test, PTZ can
not be workable, since PTZ manufacturer can change its protocol or other functions. Thus, it is
highly recommended for you to contact your distributor or sales@flexwatch.com to make sure its
connectivity through FlexWATCHTM server.
• You are also required to refer to Technical note for installation guide per respective PTZ device
in the CD manual.
Supported PTZ List by FlexWATCHTM Server
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Field
Test
O
O
O
O
O
O
Auto
PAN
Model
Comman
d
Preset
Spectra
485 (P)
** Pelco
Spectra
485(D)
* Panasonic
WV-CS854
485
O
** AD
Delta Dome
485
O
* Samsung
Techwin
SPD1600
485
O
O
* Samsung
SCC-641
485
O
O
Seyeon
FSD-230
485
O
Seyeon
SPT-101(2)
485
SRX-500
485
CANON
VC-C4
* VICON
Supplier
** Pelco
Program
Only
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
232
O
O
V-1311
485
O
O
***VICON
Surveyor
485
O
KALATEL
Cyber
232
O
SONY
EVI-D30
232
Samsung
MRX-1000
485
***Honeywel
l
HSDN-251
485
InterM
VRX-2201
485
NIKO
NK97-CHE
485
O
O
O
ELMO
ELDOME
485
O
O
O
ERNITEC
BDR-510
485
O
O
Seyeon
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
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RNK
RNK-DOME
485
DAIWA
DMP-23-H1
485
LILIN
PIH-717
485
PHILIPS
Auto Dome
485
FINE system
CRR-1600I
232
O
O
O
Samsung
Techwin
SRX-100B
485
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
O
NOTE : Symbol Reference
* : Preset function was program only.
** : Preset function was Lap Tested only.
*** : Preset function was field Tested
2.5 Voice Kit Connection and configuration
G.723.1 which is international standard for VOIP (Voice Over IP) communication based
FW-V10s voice kit can work with FlexWATCHTM server and you can enjoy not only live
video stream but also full duplex two real time Voice through web browser or proprietary
application program.
Voice broadcasting for voice connection by multiple users is also supported by the system
as well.
) Note
Once Multi user connection is enabled, only root Account user can enjoy full duplex audio
and rest of users can listen only.
1) Connect RS-232 Serial Cable with FW-V10S to AUX or COM port of FlexWATCHTM
server. Serial cable is provided with FW-V10S . Refer to PIN out diagram above.
2) Connect RS-232 Serial Cable to FW-V10S.
3) Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports Configuration.
4) Select ‘Voice’ at COM or AUX mode, and click ‘Apply’ button. Please note that Voice
kit can be connected either AUX or COM port (through RS-232) only.
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5) System reboot will be recommended, then click ‘Reboot’ button.
6) After rebooting, Go to Admin Menu >> System Configuration >> Serial Ports
Configuration
7) Click “Voice Mode”, then following window will show up
UDP Port :
Voice kit use UDP port to transmit Voice kit. If voice communication should be done
through WAN network, please make sure UDP port is not blocked to Internet
connection in router or firewall etc.
The default VDCP (Voice Device Control Protocol) port is 32001, please go to Network
port configuration mode to change VDCP port if required.
Application Idea
By changing VDCP port, you can install multiple Voice kit and FlexWATCHTM server behind
the single broadband network.
Single/Multi User:
Once Multiple users are selected, only Admin account user can enjoy full duplex
Audio and User account user can listen only.
Ringing :
This is to enable or disable sounds from the internal speaker of voice kit when there is a
connection to Voice kit from outside.
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8) Click “Save” button to save your configuration.
3 Alarm input device connection
FlexWATCHTM server has Alarm Sensor interface so that it can send alarm notification by
activating e-mail or FTP function or activate alarm output device such as Siren or light.
FlexWATCHTM server supports opto-coupled input circuit and any dry contact type of
Alarm sensor can easily be interfaced to the server.
Following is circuit diagram for Alarm input part.
Opto-coupled Sensor input Diagram
1) Simply connect the alarm sensor to the server.
2) Go to “Alarm input/out” menu to name the alarm input name.
3) Once configuration is done, alarm based services can be done such as e-mail, FTP,
Sensor notification
Application Idea
Followings are list of services which is related to alarm input device connection. Thus,
when you use following features, you must make sure that Alarm input device is correctly
configured.
- e-mail, FTP, Sensor notification, Alarm output device control.
4 Alarm Output(Relay output) device connection
FlexWATCHTM server can easily be interfaced with Alarm output device such as Siren and
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light. Manual or automatic control of alarm output device is supported by the server so
that relay output device such as siren, light or any output device can remotely be
controlled through standard web browser or third party application program.
4.1 Alarm output device connection
Any Relay contact type of output device can be interfaced with FlexWATCHTM server.
Simple connect the Alarm output device to Relay output(DO) port of FlexWATCHTM server.
Following is a circuit diagram for alarm output terminal.
Relay Output Circuit Diagram
4.2 Manual control of Alarm output device
Alarm output device can manually be controlled through simple viewer page or admin
page.
4.2.1 Alarm output device through web browser
Alarm output device control panel can separately run in the simple viewer page, if control
authority for Alarm output device is given to user. If not allow, alarm output device
control panel will not be loaded in the simple viewer page.
1) Go to simple viewer web page
2) Click “Output control” button in the web page
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3) Check the output port number and click apply button to activate the alarm output
device
4.2.2 Alarm output device through Admin Page
Alarm output device can manually be controlled through Admin page of the system.
This option is recommended when web browser based alarm output control panel is hided
and administrator want to manually control Alarm output device.
1) Run Admin configuration panel
2) Click Alarm output control option in the Service configuration mode
3) Check the alarm output port and click “Apply” button
4.3 Automatic Control of Alarm Output device
Alarm Output device can automatically be controlled by setting up control condition
properly. This is to automatically to activate alarm output or any relay output device
connected to the server.
Up to three different conditions per alarm output port with schedule, Sensor or its
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combination is provided so as to set up powerful and various working condition for each
alarm output device.
1) Go to Advance service option in the Service configuration mode in the Admin window.
2) Click None buffering service menu and select “Alarm output” menu.
3) Check the service “Enable” option and select output port
4) Select Alarm Duration time from the drop down menu.
Note Alarm Duration time is to set up Alarm active time when alarm output device is
activated by any condition.
5) Go to Condition mode and set up condition to activate Alarm output device.
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Advanced Service configuration
Advanced service configuration is intended to provide more sophisticated functions which
are required by sophisticated users. Thus, if you are not familiar with or not good at
advanced features, we recommend you to read this guide carefully and consult with your
local vendor to get more close information about these features.
Advanced service can be categorized into Buffering service and None buffering
service depending on whether server stores pre/post alarm video in the system memory.
Buffering service means that the server can store pre/post alarm image in the system
memory and send stored image through FTP or e-mail or allow user to view stored image
inside of memory. With this feature user can get pre/post alarm image through e-mail or
FTP without missing any video before and after the event or playback stored Alarm
buffered image by connecting the server.
None buffering service means that Advance service will be done without image
buffering inside of the memory. FTP(Periodic), Sensor notification service and Alarm
output device control can be provided as a none buffering service option.
1 Buffering Service
Following services can be done by image buffering services.
e-mail : Up to 10 frame of Pre/post alarm image can be sent when there is event is
occurred.
FTP (Rising or Falling edge) : Up to 256 frames of pre/post alarm image per video
channel can be sent to ftp server when the event is occurred.
Alarm buffering service :
Pre configured number of Pre/post alarm image will be stored in the system memory and
user can playback stored image through web browser.
Steps to use Buffering service
Following is a step to configure and use Buffering services
A. System memory allocation : This is to allocated limited system memory for e-mail
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& ftp and Alarm buffering service
B. Pre alarm buffer size : Once memory allocation is done, assign Pre alarm buffer
size (Pre alarm image buffer pool) to be used for e-mail, FTP and Alarm buffering
services. Any pre alarm buffer for respective e-mail, ftp and Alarm buffering services can
be done within Pre alarm buffer size.
C. Pre/Post alarm for respective service : Once Pre Alarm Buffer Size is decided, go
to respective e-mail, ftp and alarm buffering service menu and configure the options.
1.1 System and Pre Alarm Buffer memory
1.1.1 System Memory allocation
The number of Pre/Post alarm image for advanced services should be pre-defined to
effectively use the limited memory capacity.
Total Buffer size :
This shows the maxim system memory for alarm buffering services.
The number of maximum total buffer frame for respective services can be decided by
following formula
Total buffer size / file size = number of total buffer frame
e.g) 500 KB / 10KB = 500 frames which is possible total buffer size.
Total Pre-alarm Buffer size :
This is to assign memory space for the services that Pre Alarm video buffer is required
such as e-mail and FTP (Edge service) and Alarm buffering service. Once it is configured,
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pre alarm buffer size for respective camera can be done within this assigned memory.
Note that Pre Alarm buffer for even Alarm buffering service can be done within this
memory size.
Thus, you need to be careful to assign memory for this service. The rest of memory after
setting up Alarm buffer service memory capacity will be assigned to this service
configuration
Alarm Buffering Service size :
To assign memory for Alarm buffering service to save pre/post alarm image in the
system memory so that user can playback stored video in the system through web
browser or download it. Note that Pre alarm buffer for Alarm buffering service can
be done within the Pre-alarm Buffer size. Thus, you need to count in required pre
alarm buffer for alarm buffering service and reserve enough space for this service in the
Pre-alarm Buffer size.
1.1.2 Pre alarm buffer size
Pre alarm buffer size (Image Buffer Pool) means the number of images to be stored
and continuously refreshed in the system memory.
Maximum Pre alarm buffer should be the half size of Memory capacity, since Pre
alarm images for e-mail, FTP or alarm buffering service are taken from Pre
alarm buffer pool and any Pre alarm image for these services require additional
memory space.
Pre-alarm Buffer size :
This is to assign pre-alarm image buffer for each camera. Once this is configured, the
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maximum number of pre alarm for e-mail, ftp or Alarm buffering service (Pre alarm only)
can be done with this buffer size, if there is enough memory space for respective services.
Note that there must be enough memory space left for e-mail, ftp and Alarm Buffering
service (Pre alarm only), since respective service (e-mail, ftp or Alarm buffering service)
consumes separate memory in addition to pre alarm buffer size configured to make a real
service.
Delay between pre-alarm image :
This is the set up pre alarm speed when the server store image in the system memory.
1000mse is equal to 1sec and basic unit is 10msec. If you want to get 10fps prealarm speed, 10 will be very appropriate number for Delay value.
* Maximum Pre alarm buffer should be the half size of Total Pre Alarm buffer
size memory assigned in the system, since Pre alarm images for e-mail, FTP or
alarm buffering service are taken from Pre alarm buffer pool and any Pre alarm
image for these services require additional memory space.
1) Go to Advance service mode in the Service configuration section
2) Go to “Buffering service” mode
3) Set up pre-alarm Buffer size and delay time.
4) Click “Buffer Calculator” button to run the calculator.
1.2 Buffer calculator
Through “Buffer Calculator” option, you can easily calculate assignable pre/post alarm
buffer size for each channel before setting up Pre/Post alarm buffer frame in the system
memory.
Following is logic for Pre/Post alarm assignment. By running buffer calculator you can try
pre/post alarm size.
Total buffer size
23500 kb
Total Pre-alarm buffer size
(40%)
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Alarm buffering service size
(60%)
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Total Buffer size is variable depending on the memory used by the system
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Total number of Pre Alarm+ Post Alarm for FTP per channel < 256 frame.
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Total number of Pre + Post alarm for e-mail per channel <10 frames for
channel.
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Pre alarm frame for FTP & e-Mail and Alarm buffer service shall be done
within Total pre-alarm buffer size
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Post alarm for FTP & e-mail has nothing to do with Total buffer size.
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Post alarm for Alarm buffering service can be done within the Memory
allowed by Alarm buffering service size.
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The ratio of sum in the Buffer Calculator should be less than 100%.
1) Go to Advance service mode in the Service configuration section
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2) Go to Buffering service mode
3) Click “Buffer Calculator” button to run the calculator
4) Pre configure pre/post alarm buffer for each service. This previous window can be
open till you manually disclose the Window. Thus, you can refer to this table when you
configure e-mail, ftp or Alarm buffering service configuration.
2 Service Condition
Sophisticated advanced services can be done by lots of serviced conditions provides by
the system. To correctly set up the system use must has good understanding about the
service condition as well.
e-mail, FTP, Sensor notification and Alarm output device control function requires service
condition set up to activate the function. Note that the basic logic for the service
condition set up is same for all of other options.
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Condition Setup
Criteria Set up
2.1 Condition Setup
This is to define basic condition to activate any option selected. Select right condition
from the option provided.
Always :
To active any selected option regardless condition. If you select this condition Schedule
and Event condition window become inactive.
Schedule Only :
To active any selected option by scheduling. If you select this criteria, Event condition
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setup window become inactive
Event Only :
To activate any selected option by Event only. Sensor status change is recognized as
Event.
Schedule and Event :
To active any selected action when Event is triggered for the specified time period only. If
Event is incurred out of Scheduled period, no action will be done.
2.2 Criteria Setup
Once condition is selected, you need to set up event criteria following which any selected
service will be executed.
Criteria consist of Schedule and Event which included Sensor input trigger, Boot finish
and Serial input data trigger.
2.2.1 Schedule
You can select the day from the week. If you uncheck Sun and Sat, Sun and Sat will be
excluded from the condition. If you enable Time only and disable Day of week and Date,
any action taken place during specific time of the day, will be effective regardless day of
week and Date of the year.
Above setting tells you that any action (e-mail, FTP or other services) will be done if any
event is happened from 9AM to 10PM from Monday to Friday from March to September of
the year.
2.2.2 Event
Alarm senor, Server reboot and Serial device activation or combined activation can be
recognized as an event .
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Event number can be mapped as a Sensor port and camera number.
DI Open State :
This means that sensor is triggered and become open status from Normal close status.
Select this when you use NC(Normal Close) type sensor.
DI Close State :
This means that sensor is triggered and become close status from Normal open. Select
this when you use NO (Normal Open) type sensor.
Motion Detection :
By selecting this option, motion detection based event can be configured.
Camera Connected and Disconnected:
Camera status change by lost of camera signal can be recognized as an event
Boot Finished :
Boot finish means Server reboot. Thus, when the server is rebooted, it can be recognized
as an event.
Serial input :
FlexWATCHTM server can carry serial data along with video. When serial data from
external serial device is activated, this can be recognized as a event.
Sensor state means when the sensor status is Open or closed. If you use NC( Normal
Close) type sensor and activate any action when sensor is open, you need to
select [Open State] and vice versa when you use NO (Normal Open) type of
sensor.
)
Please check out sensor type connected to FlexWATCHTM server
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3 e-mail configuration
Schedule, event or schedule and event driven e-mail sending is supported by the server
so that when there is any pre-configured event is happened, e-mail notice will be sent to
any e-mail account.
3.1 e-mail function configuration
Up to 10 pre/post alarm image can be appended and sent through one e-mail when the
event happens. By configuring pre/post alarm for e-mail, you can decide the number of
image to be sent by an e-mail.
1) Go to Advance service mode in the Service configuration section
2) Go to Buffering service mode and set up pre/post alarm image for e-mail.
3) Select e-mail option from menu
4) Set up e-mail account in the e-mail configuration. This setting will be applied for all
cameras.
SMTP Service address :
This is sending mail server address of ISP from which you get Internet access service. To
get this info, consult with your Internet service provider or check the e-mail setting in
your e-mail program such as outlook or Eudora.
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Authentication Login:
Now these days most of ISP is try to authenticate sender e-mail address due to security
and spam mail issue. If sender authentication is enabled by your ISP, you need to get
your login ID and Password from your e-mail service provider.
Sender (E-MAIL): put the sender e-mail. If you use system default sender e-mail
address, it will not work.
E-mail address 1~ 3: put recipient e-mail address. Up to 3 different e-mail account can
be supported.
5) Select channel to configure e-mail for each camera after setting up e-mail account
Number of Pre alarm images :
Number of pre-alarm image should be less than Assigned Pre-alarm buffer size and
maximum number of pre-alarm can not exceed 10 frames
Number of post-alarm images:
Less than 10 frames can be assigned as post-alarm images. Post alarm has nothing to do
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with Pre alarm buffer size.
Note that the sum of pre and post alarm can not exceed 10 frames.
Value Format :
Value strings can be sent together with e-mails. Please click “
” mark in the admin
page to get more information.
3.2 e-Mail condition set up
Up to 3 different e-mail conditions can be set up for each camera. Schedule, event or
schedule & event driven e-mail condition can be set up to send e-mail.
1) Run the e-mail condition set up window from the e-mail service configuration for each
channel.
2) Check “Enable” field
3) Select mode for e-mail trigger and set up condition.
4 FTP Configuration
Schedule, event or schedule and event driven FTP functions supported by FlexWATCHTM
server so that when there is any pre-configured event is happened, image will be sent
and stored in the FTP server.
Buffered FTP and Periodic FTP function is supported by FlexWATCHTM. Buffered FTP means
that ftp will be done when any event is occurred, i.e. change of status is generated and
only pre/post alarm buffered image can be sent to FTP server.
Periodic FTP means that image will continuously be sent to FTP server when there is any
event. No pre/post alarm image will be sent to FTP server.
4.1 Directory option
FlexWATCHTM server provides powerful directory options so that user can easily create
multiple ftp directory and send image into classified file directory as well.
Depends on the service type, Buffering and None buffering Service, its directory option is
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slightly different.
4.1.1 Directory option for Buffered FTP
Buffered FTP means that only pre/post alarm buffered image will be sent to FTP server
when the ftp is triggered by the event.
FTP function of FlexWATCHTM server has two different level of directory and file name
option and following are details.
Base Directory Name :
Base directory is a path where ftped image will be saved in the FTP server. Directory name can be
made under "ROOT" or "Home" directory of FTP server.
If you select directory name in the option filed above, sub-directory will be created under
the Base Directory. If you do not select Directory option and select File Name option filed
only, file name will be created with combination of Base File Name in the Base Directory.
Base File name :
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User defined prefix of file name of each image. File name of FTP images will
automatically be concatenated after prefix( Base File name ).
Directory name :
Multiple directories can be created in the Base directory so that ftp image can be stored
in a classified directory.
Once you select Directory name filed and click “Make Directory” button, multiple subdirectories will automatically be created in the Base directory according to selected option.
Only one directory option among the multiple options can be selected.
Example) If you select “Weekday” option in the filed and Based file name is
flexwatch/server, following sub-directory will automatically be created.
:/flexwatch/server/
Sun
Mon
Tue
Wed
Thu
Fri
Sat
File name :
File name will automatically be created with the prefix (the Base file name).
Multiple file name option field can be selected at the same time. In this case, each Field
is concatenated sequentially But total length of file name is 32 characters including based
directory name.
4.1.2 Directory option for Periodic FTP (Duration Service)
Configuration of Directory option for periodic is same as those of buffered service.
The only difference is that there are Sequence Modulo and Overwrite option in the
option filed.
Sequence Modulo :
This is used when some number of ftp images should be stored and refreshed as new ftp
images are stored in the ftp server. By setting up Modulo number for sequence, you can
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limit number of image to be stored and refreshed. If you set it as 8, 8images will be
stored in the FTP directory and FIFO(first come, first out) based image will be saved in
the FTP server.
Overwrite:
This is to refresh old image with new image in the ftp server. This is normally used when
the ftped image should be refreshed every time.
4.2 FTP service configuration
If you get good understanding of Pre/post alarm buffering and FTP directory option, now
you can easily configure FTP function of the system.
Please make sure that you have your own FTP server and create Based directory in the
FTP server.
4.2.1 Buffered FTP service
Buffered FTP means that rising or falling edge based ftp will be done when there is any
event and only pre/post alarm buffered image can be sent to FTP server.
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1) Go to Advance Service menu in the service configuration mode and select
Buffering Service option
2) Set up Pre alarm buffering configuration for FTP service
3) Set up FTP directory and file name option
4) Select the camera and set up FTP condition for each camera. Up to 3 different ftp
condition can be set up for each camera.
4.2.2 Periodic FTP service
Periodic FTP means that image will continuously be sent to FTP server when there is any
event. No pre/post alarm image will be sent to FTP server.
1) Go to Advance Service menu in the service configuration mode and select None
Buffering Service option
2) Set up FTP directory and file name option
3) Select the camera and set up FTP condition for each camera.
Example 1)
Let’s suppose that a Camera takes a image every 15min and sends it to FTP server
continuously. And the images are being accumulatively stored under the directory,
namely 'FlexWATCH', in the FTP server for one year.
(Before starting this configuration, you must create a cetain directory name in
the FTP server. The directory name ’FlexWATCH’ is only an example.)
1) Go to ‘Advanced Services –> Non-buffering Service -> FTP(Periodic)
-> Camera1 -> Condition1’ on the Admin menu.
- Select ‘Enable’ and ‘Always’, then click ‘Save’.
2) Go to ’Camera 1’ menu.
- Input 90000 units at ‘Delay between Images’ and click ‘Save’.
3) Go to ‘FTP (Periodic)’ menu. Please set up as below, then click ‘Save’.
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4) Go to ‘Advanced Services’ menu.
- Click ‘Apply’ button to apply the new service configuration as above.
- Close the window of ‘Admin menu’. When ‘Save configuration’ window pop-up,
click ‘Save Configuration’.
Application idea
If server is connected to dynamic IP or Private network and you want to continuously
send image to FTP server, please use Overwrite function in the Periodic FTP service.
5 Alarm Buffering Service
Pre/Post alarm image can be stored in the system memory so that user can remotely
connect the server and playback stored image at any time.
5.1 Alarm Buffering Service Configuration
1) Go to Advance Service menu in the service configuration mode and set up system
memory assignment for Alarm Buffer service.
2) Select “Buffering Service” option and check whether Pre Alarm buffer size is
already assigned. Otherwise, assign pre alarm butter size
3) Select “Alarm Buffer Service” from the listed option
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4) Enable the Alarm buffering service.
5) Select the camera and assign Pre/post alarm image frames.
6) Click “Save” button to memorize your new setting in the system.
7) Click the Condition menu and set up alarm buffering service condition.
8) Click “Advance Service” menu in the Admin window and click “Stop and Apply”
button to start record alarm triggered image in the system memory.
) Note that “Stop & Apply” button in the Advance Service window must be
refreshed by clicking the button to start recording of any video in the
memory. Otherwise no pre/post alarm image can be stored.
5.2 Playback of Pre/post alarm Image
Once Alarm buffering service configuration is correctly done and pre/post alarm image is
stored, any stored Pre/post alarm image can remotely playback through admin window.
1) Click Alarm Buffering Service menu from the Advance Service configuration menu
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Preview Single Images:
This is to view image one by one.
Preview Multi images:
You can view panoramic images of all the saved images at a glance.
2) Click Preview Single Imager or Preview Multi images option to playback.
3) Click “Clear Buffer” to delete all archived images
) Note
Note that if you cleared the buffered image and want to save new images in the memory,
you need to go to Initial page of Advance Service configuration menu and click “Stop &
Apply” button to refresh the buffer images.
Application Idea
If you would like to download buffered images and save them in Client PC, please contact
your vendor or manufacturer to get in-depth technical documentation.
6 Sensor Notification service
Sensor Notification service is to send alarm trigger information to third party application
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program through CGI Patch. This option is to invoke third party application program upon
receipt of sensor information from FlexWATCHTM server.
1) Go to Advance service configuration of Service configuration mode
2) Click None buffering service mode and go to sensor notification service
IP Address : IP address of target device to which sensor notification will be sent
CGI Path : Common Gateway Interface to the Application program
User ID /Password : Authentication ID and Password of the application program.
3) Type in CGI Path and User ID & Password to third party application program.
4) Select sensor input number
5) Type CGI Name (User definable) and set up condition to trigger Sensor notification
function.
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Utilities
Utilities is to manage and control system properly. Save Configuration, Flash Update,
System Reboot and system upgrade options are provided.
1 Save Configuration
This is to save all new configuration and settings in the system memory. Once new
configuration is saved by “Save Configuration” menu, new configuration will
permanently saved in the system memory only after system Reboot or system
power off
2 Reboot
Reboot means restart system. It is needed to reinitialize and restart system after
changing some configurations that has influence on the system.
Thus, it is highly recommended to reboot the system after executing “Save
Configuration” menu.
Most of case system reboot comes last only after all the new configuration is done. But
some of system menu require system reboot in the middle of system configuration so
that new setting can properly applied in the system.
Followings are list of option which require System reboot.
-
Network Configuration
-
Date & Time configuration with Time Zone change
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Serial Port configuration
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Memory assignment for Advance Service
-
Factory Default
) Note
System reboot requires about 1Minutes of lead time. Thus, if you execute Reboot option,
please wait at least 1minutes to do other settings.
3 Factory Default
Factory Default is to reset all the configuration of the system as the initial status except
Network Configuration. This utility is recommended to use only when you lost all of your
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logics for system configuration, since executing this option Except Network configuration
will lose all of your setting.
4 System Update
System update can remotely be done through web page of the system or ftp option with
telnet and Hyper Terminal mode. In this user manual only web based system update
method is described and ftp based system update method can separately provided.
4.1 Description of files system
FlexWATCHTM Server has 4 different files to get the system work. In some case, you may
need to upgrade whole files or other case you need to upgrade some specific file only.
Following is brief explanation about the file system for FlexWATCHTM server.
Files*
e_ker_xx
e_rfs_xx.gz
Size (unit : KB) **
629
1.547
e_sys_xx.tar.gz
975
e_web_xx.tar.gz
435
Description
Kernel file – Same as Os in the
window.
Root file system
System
file
–
Application
software in the window
Web
file
–
Web
server
of
FlexWTCHTM server
* Note depending on the hardware initial of each file can be different.
** You can download the latest version from “Downloads” menu on www.flexwatch.com,
www.seyeon.co.kr.
** file size will be different in each version
In addition to above 4files, PTZ device driver and Sensor Device Driver module can
separately uploaded into the system through web browser.
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All (kernel, RAM disk, System, Web) Update:
To completely update all the system for Kernel, RAM Disk, System and Web all together
except PTZ Device Driver or Sensor Device Driver. This option is recommended if there is
special notice by manufacturer. Generally complete system update comes only when
there is big change for all of the system software.
System and Web Update:
To update system and web related software together. This update can be common to
update the system.
Web Only Update:
To update only Web page of the server. This is useful to uploaded customized web page
only to save update times.
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PTZ Device Driver :
PTZ Device Driver is already built-in the system. But if there is a new PTZ Device driver
supported by the system, it can separately uploaded into the system without other
software change.
Sensor Device Driver :
Serial input device driver can separately be uploaded into the system so that
independent Serial input device can work with FlexWATCHTM Server.
4.2 Update Procedure
Step by step procedure is provided by the system which means, each file will separately
uploaded one by one.
Please make sure that all the system files to be updated reside in your PC
before starting update.
1) Go to Utilities column and select “System update” option
2) Select option provided in the system update window and click “Start” button.
3) Browse your pc and select the right file to update following the update guide. If
you want to skip specific update, click “Skip” button.
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4) Once update is successfully done following result will come up.
5) If you want to update RAM Disk, System and web page, please click “Next” button
follow the web guide to update more files.
6) If all of file update is finished “System Reboot” window will come and do system
reboot to apply new update.
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Warranty
Product
Network Video Server
Model
S/N
FlexWATCHTM 3440
A/S
Seyeon Tech Ltd.
+82-2-3017-0866
1 year
Limited
www.flexwatch.com
Warranty
Seyeon Tech Co., Ltd.
TEL : +82-2-3017-0855
FAX : +82-2-3017-0843
http://www.seyeon.co.kr
http://www.flexwatch.com
A/S Center:
Tel : +82-2-3017-0855
Fax: +82-2-3017-0843
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