• Outdoor IP Dome Varifocal 3 MP

• Outdoor IP Dome Varifocal 3 MP
LE04758AA
• Outdoor IP Dome Varifocal 3 MP
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Indice
1 Accessories .................................................................................................................... 4
2
General Introduction........................................................................................................... 5
2.1 Overview .................................................................................................................... 5
2.2 Features .................................................................................................................... 5
2.3 Specifications................................................................................................................ 6
3 Framework .................................................................................................................... 12
3.1 Multiple functions Composite Cable........................................................................... 12
3.2 Dimensions.................................................................................................................... 13
4
Installation .................................................................................................................... 14
4.1 Device Installation .................................................................................................... 14
4.2 SD Card Installation .................................................................................................. 16
4.3 SD Lens Adjustement ............................................................................................... 16
5 Quick Configuration Tool .................................................................................................. 17
5.1 First Connection............................................................................................................ 17
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Connecting to a Device and Opening the Web Application............................................ 25
6.1 PC Configuration........................................................................................................... 25
6.2 Connection with the Search Tool................................................................................. 26
6.3 Connection with Internet Explorer.............................................................................. 27
6.4 Login .................................................................................................................... 27
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Main Interface Introduction ............................................................................................... 29
7.1 Log in .................................................................................................................... 29
7.2 Monitor Channel Menu Tree ...................................................................................... 30
7.3 System Menu................................................................................................................. 31
7.4 Monitor Window Switch................................................................................................ 32
7.5 Preview Window Switch............................................................................................... 32
7.6 PTZ Control.................................................................................................................... 32
7.7 Color and More Setup................................................................................................... 32
8 Configure ..........................................................................................................34
8.1 System Information...................................................................................................................... 34
8.2 System Configuration ................................................................................................................. 36
8.3 Advanced ................................................................................................................................. 52
8.4 Additional Function...................................................................................................................... 58
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9 Search
..........................................................................................................61
10 Alarm
..........................................................................................................63
11 About
..........................................................................................................64
12 Log out
..........................................................................................................65
Annex 1: Annex 2: Annex 3: Annex 4: Annex 5: Annex 6: No-IP DDNS.......................................................................................................... 66
Using Google Chrome......................................................................................... 72
Using Firefox ....................................................................................................... 74
Using IE8............................................................................................................... 76
Email Function..................................................................................................... 79
Routers configuration.......................................................................................... 82
Warning
- The installation and calibration must be carried out by highly skilled
personnel.
- Do not open there may be a risk of electric shock.
Use only for the following temperature conditions: from (-10) to (+60) °C.
Do not use with voltages different from the ones specified.
Safety instructions
This product should be installed in line with installation rules, preferably by a qualified
electrician. Incorrect installation and use can lead to risk of electric shock or fire.
Before carrying out the installation, read the instructions and take account of the product’s
specific mounting location.
Do not open up, dismantle, alter or modify the device except where specifically required to
do so by the instructions. All Legrand products must be opened and repaired exclusively by
personnel trained and approved by Legrand. Any unauthorised opening or repair completely
cancels all liabilities and the rights to replacement and guarantees.
Use only Legrand brand accessories.
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1 Accessories
Name
Qty
IP Camera
1
Multiple function composite cable
1
Quick Start Guide
1
CD
1
Accessories bag
1
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2 General Introduction
2.1 Overview
This device integrates traditional camera and network video technology. It adopts audio video data collection,
transmission and storage. It can connect to the network directly without any auxiliary device.
This device uses standard H.264 video compression technology which maximally guarantees the video quality.
It can be used alone or used in a network area. When it is used lonely, it can be connected to the network and
used from a network client-end.
2.2 Features
User Management
Different user rights for each group, one user belongs to one group.
The user right can not exceed the group right.
Data Transmission
Support cable network data transmission via Ethernet.
Storage Function
Support central server backup function in accordance with configuration and
setup in alarm or schedule setting.
Support record via Web and the recorded file are stored in the client-end PC.
Support local SD card hot swap.
Alarm Function
Real-time respond to local alarm input and video detection as user pre-defined
activation setup and exert audio prompt(allow user to pre-record audio file).
Realize real-time video detect such as motion detect, camera masking and
video loss.
Network Monitor
Supports one-channel audio/video data transmit to network terminal
Max supports 10 connections.
Adopt the following audio and video transmission protocol: HTTP, TCP, UDP,
MULTICAST, RTP/RTCP and etc.
Support web access.
Network Management
Configuration and management via Ethernet.
Support device management via web.
Support various network protocols.
Peripheral Equipment
Support peripheral equipment connection via the RS232 port.
Support serial port (RS232/RS485) transparent data transmission.
Power
PoE
Assistant Function
External power adapter. Support DC 12V/AC 24V power supply.
Support Power over Ethernet (PoE). Conform to the IEEE802.3af standard.
Connect the device to the switch or the router that supports PoE function to
realize the network power supply.
To guarantee proper performance, make sure the power source can supply at
least 10W power.
Day/Night mode auto switch (ICR switch.)
Support system resource information and running status real-time display.
Support log function.
Support video watermark function.
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2.3 Specifications
2.3.1 Performance
Please refer to the following sheet for IPC performance specification.
Model
Ref. 4 306 35
Parameter
System
Main Processor
OS
System resources
Remote operation interface such as WEB or VMS.
SD card status, bit stream statistics, log ,software version ,online user
Image Sensor
1/2.8-inch CMOS 3 Mega Pixels SONY Exmor.
Auto iris
Gain Control
White Balance
Electronic Shutter
Video parameter
Support real-time network, local record, and remote operation at the
same time.
User Interface
Day/Night Mode
Video Compression Standard
Video Frame Rate
Video Bit Rate
Video Flip
Video Quality
Snapshot
2096 (H) x 1561(V)
Mecanichal IR-CUT filter.
DC Drive
Fixed/Auto
Manual/Auto
Manual/Auto (It ranges from 1/50 to 1/10000)
H.264
PAL: Main stream (2048*1536@15fps) + extra stream,(D1@12fps)
Main stream (1920*1080@25fps) + extra stream (D1@12fps),...
160k~8Mbps. Support customized setup.
Does not support mirror. Support flip function.
1~6 level (The 6th level has the highest quality)
Max 1f/s snapshot. File extension is JPEG
Privacy Mask
Each channel supports max 4 privacy zones
Video Setup
Support parameter setup such as brightness, contrast, etc.
Video information
Lens
Audio
Embedded LINUX
System status
Pixel
Channel title, time title, video loss, motion detect, privacy mask.
4.5 - 10 mm @ F1,6
Audio Input
RCA
Audio Output
RCA
Audio Bit Rate
8 kbps.
Audio Compression
Standard
Video
TI Da vinci high performance DSP
G711a/G711u/PCM.
Motion Detect
396 (18*22) detection zones: sensitivity level ranges from 1 to 6
(the 6th level has the highest sensitivity).
Activation event, alarm device, audio/video storage, image snapshot,
log, email SMTP function and etc.
Video Loss
Activation event, alarm device, audio/video storage, image snapshot,
log, email SMTP function and etc.
Privacy mask
Sensitivity level ranges from 1 to 6. Each sensitivity level is the
percentage of the privacy mask zone.
Activation event, alarm device, audio/video storage, image snapshot,
log, email SMTP function and etc.
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Model
Ref. 4 306 35
Parameter
Alarm Input
Record and
Backup
Record Priority
Record Search Mode
Local Storage
General Parameter
AUX Interface
Network
Storage Management
2-channel input 1-channel output (NO-NC).
Manual>Alarm >Motion detect>Schedule.
Support local data search via time/date, event type (alarm, motion
detect, external alarm) and file type (record/image).
Support local SD card hot swap.
Support display local storage status.
Network Protocol
HTTP, TCP/IP, ICMP, RTSP, RTP, UDP, RTCP, SMTP, FTP, DHCP, DNS,
DDNS, PPPoE.
Remote Operation
Monitor, playback, system setup, file download, log information,
maintenance , upgrade, etc.
Video Output
Reset
IR light
Network Interface
Power
Analog video output BNC port.
9-pin port connection
35 LED, IR distance 10 to 20 meters
10/100 Base-T Ethernet.
Support AC24V/DC12V power. Support PoE.
Power Consumption
<12W.
Working Temperature
-10 ~ +60°C.
Working Humidify
10% ~ 90%.
Dimensions
Weight
Ø 160 * 118,5 mm
1,25 kg
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2.3.2 Factory Default Setup
Refer to the following sheet for factory default setup information.
Function configuration type
General Setup
Main stream
Encode Setup
Extra stream
Item Name
Default setup
Date format
Y-M-D
DST
Disable by default
Date separator
‘_’
Time format
24H
Language
English
When HDD is full
Overwrite
Record duration
8 min
Device No.
8
Video type
PAL
Channel
Channel01
Compression
H.264
Enable audio and video
General bit stream
Main stream
Resolution
1080P
Frame rate
25
Bit stream control
CBR
Bit stream value
8192
I frame interval control
50
Extension stream
Main stream
Audio/Video enable
Enable audio and video
Resolution
D1
Frame rate
25
Bit stream control
CBR
Bit stream value
2048
I frame interval control
50
Image color
Brightness: 50
Contrast: 50
Sautration: 50
Hue: 50
Watermark
Enable
Stream type: All
Type: Character
Character: Digital CCTV
Privacy Mask
Never
Time title
Enable. OSD transparent
(read-only): 0
Channel title
Enable. OSD transparent
(read-only): 0
Channel
Ch01
Pre-record
1 second
Shedule setup
Time Setup
8
Start time
0:00:00
End-time
23:59:59
Record
Period 1 :
Enable motion detection/alarm
Function configuration type
Shedule setup
Item Name
Default setup
Snapshot
Time Setup
Week
RS232 Setup
Network setup
Period 1 : Enable motion detection/
alarm
Sunday
Option
COM01
Function
Console
Data bit
8
Stop bit
1
Baud rate
115200
Parity
None
Ethernet
Port 01
DHCP
Disable
IP address
192.168.1.108
Subnet mask
255.255.0.0
Gateway
192.168.0.1
Device name
Device factory default name
TCP port
37777
HTTP port
80
UDP port
37778
Network user connection amount
4
Network transmission QoS
Disable
Remote host
Multiple broadcast group
IP address
239.255.42.42
Port
36666
Email setup
Disable
Multiple DDNs
Disable
NAS setup
Disable
NTP setup
Disable
IP Filter
Disable
UPNP
Enable
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Function configuration type
Alarm setup
Video detection
PTZ Setup
Item Name
Default setup
Event type
Local alarm
Alarm input
Input 01, disable
Type
Normal open
Setup
Period: Start time 0:00:00
End time:23:59:59 Period 1:enable
Week: Sunday
Anti-dither
0 second
Alarm output
Disable
Alarm latch
10 seconds
Record channel
1, enable
Record latch
10 seconds
Send email
Enable
PTZ activation
Disable
Event type: never
Address: 0
Capture
Disable
Event type
Motion detection
Channel
Ch01, Disable
Sensitivity
3
Time period setup
Period:
Start time: 0:00:00
End time: 23:59:59
Period 1: enable
Week: Sunday
Anti-dither
5 seconds
Alarm output
Disable
Alarm latch
10 seconds
Record channel
Disable
Record latch
10 seconds
Send email
Disable
PTZ activation
Event type: Never
Address: 0
Disable
Snapshot
Disable
Channel
Ch01
Protocol
DH-SD1
Address
1
Baud rate
9600
Data bit
8
Stop bit
1
Parity
None
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Function configuration type
Default and Backup
Item Name
All
Disable
General
Disable
Encode
Disable
Schedule
Disable
RS232
Disable
Network
Disable
Alarm
Disable
Video detection
Disable
Camera
Disable
Maintain
Disable
Channel No.
Abnormity
Advanced
Disable
Even Type
No disk, Disable
Alarm Output
Disable
Alarm Latch
10 seconds
Send email
Disable
admin/admin (reusable)
888888/888888(reusable)
666666/666666(reusable)
default
User account
Snapshot
Snapshot
Advanced
Auto maintain
Camera config
Auto Registration
DNS Setup
Default setup
Channel
Ch01
Snapshot mode
Snapshot_Timing
Frame rate
1f/s
Resolution
1080
Quality
80%
Auto reboot
2.00 each day
Auto delete old
files
Never
Channel
1
Exposure Mode
Auto
Night vision
Auto
Backlight Compensation
N/A
Auto Iris
Off
Signal Type
Inside
Mirror
N/A
Flip
Disable
SN
1
IP
0.0.0.0
Port
7000
DNS
8.8.8.8
Alternative DNS
8.8.8.8
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3 Framework
3.1 Multiple-function Composite Cable
Refer to the following figure for multiple-function composite cable information.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Port Name
Function
Connection
Note
VIDEO OUT
Video output port
BNC
Output analog video signal
AUDIO IN
Audio input port
RCA
Input audio signal
AUDIO OUT
Audio output port
RCA
Output audio signal
+12V DC
Power input port
/
Power port. Input 12V DC
I/O
I/O cable port
I/O port Pin
Connect to data converter
cable.
LAN
Network port
Ethernet port
Connect to standard Ethernet
cable.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information of data converter cable.
Port Name
I/O Port Pin
Cable
color
Name
Note
Yellow
RS485_A
RS485 - port.
Black
RS485_B
RS485 + port.
Red
ALARM_COM
Brown
ALARM_IN1
Alarm input port 1.
Grey
ALARM_IN2
Alarm input port 2
White
ALARM_NO
Alarm output port.
NO: normal open alarm output port.
Works with the ALARM_COM port.
Blue
RESET
Orange
GND
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Alarm output common port
Restore factory default setup
When the device is working, connect
the blue cable (restore default setup
port) to the orange cable (GND signal)
for 5 seconds, the device will resume
factory default setup
Ground port
3.2 Dimensions
Refer to the following two figures for dimension information.
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4 Installation
4.1 Device Installation
Step 1
Use the inner hexagonal wrench (provided) to loose the three inner hexagon screws in the dome cover and open
the cover.
Step 2
- Use the inner hexagonal wrench (provided) to loose the three inner hexagon screws in the dome and remove
the device pedestal.
Step 3
- Draw out the cable exit and four screw holes in the installation position according to the device pedestal.
- Dig the four plastic expansion bolt hole and cable exit.
- Insert the four plastic expansion bolts into the screw holes
Step 4
- Adjust the camera pedestal to the proper position and draw the cable through the cable exit just dugged in the
ceiling or the wall.
- Line up the four screw holes in the device pedestal to the four plastic expansion bolt holes in the installation
position.
- Put the four self-tapping screws in the device pedestal and then use the screwdriver to secure the screws in the
four plastic expansion bolts firmly.
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Step 5
- Adjust the device position and line up the three inner hexagon screws of the device to the three holes of the
installation position.
- Put the three inner hexagon screws into the screw holes at the bottom of the pedestal.
- Use the inner hexagon screwdriver to fix firmly.
Step 6
- Adjust the X-Y-Z axis module to turn the device to the proper monitor angle.
- Follow the steps listed below to adjust:
. Slightly loose the screws at the two sides of the X-Y-Z module manually, adjust the module tilt rotation angle
(15° to 90°).
. Slightly loose the screw of the pressing slice, adjust the video rotation angle of the module (0° to 355°)
. Adjust the turning ring of the pedestal, you can adjust the module pan rotation angle (0° to 355°).
Note : the screws in the following figure are the optical adjustment component. Make sure it is outward and do not
allow it to touch the X-Y-Z axis module.
Step 7
- Put the dome cover back
- Put the three inner hexagon screws into the holes of the device.
- Use the inner hexagonal wrench to fasten these three screws.
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4.2 SD Card Installation
Important : Before you install the SD card, please unplug the power cable to shut down the device!
- Refer to the step1 in the chapter 3.1 to open the device.
- Adjust the position to install the SD card.
- Refer to the step 7 in the chapter 3.1 to complete the installation.
4.3 Lens Adjustment
Step 1
- Slightly loose the screw B manually and turn the screw B slowly.
- Adjust the lens focus distance to the proper position according to the monitor video.
Step 2
- Use the flat screwdriver to loose the screw A slightly and turn the Screw A slowly.
- Adjust the lens focus to get the clear video and use the flat screwdriver to secure the screw firmly.
Step 3
- When adjusting the screw A, the video may becomes blur.
- Slightly adjust the screw B manually to get the vivid video.
- Finally fix the screw.
Screw A
Screw B
Screw A: Lens focus. Screw B: Lens zoom.
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5 Quick Configuration Tool
The quick configuration tool allows you to search for a device's IP address, even if it is in another segment
(cameras, DVR, NVR, encoders and decoders) and to modify it. The configuration tool is available on the CD
supplied with the product.
It also allows the software to be upgraded or certain parameters to be modified.
This tool is used to connect to devices with an IP address in the same segment only.
5.1. First Connection
5. 1.1 Connection with the configuration tool (to change the IP address or upgrade a device's internal
software)
To open the software, double click the "ConfigTool.exe" icon on the CD supplied with the product.
To search for devices connected to the network:
- Click the "Refresh" button; the tool will search for devices connected to the network and display it in the form of
a list.
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
Description
1
Number
2
Device IP address
3
Device TCP port
4
Device subnet mask
5
Device default gateway
6
Device MAC address
7
Refresh the list
8
Access to the camera's network configuration menu
9
Disconnection from the camera's network configuration menu
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To connect to a device and open the web application:
- Highlight it (single click in the list).
- Right click the highlighted line.
- Click on "Open Device Web".
- The following web page opens:
If the connection fails:
- either the camera does not have an IP address in the same segment as the PC
(see chapter 5.1.2 to change it),
- or the Internet Explorer security parameters are not set correctly (see chapter 6 to change them).
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5. 1.2 Connection with the configuration tool (to change the IP address or upgrade a device’s internal
software)
To search for devices connected to the network:
- Click the «Refresh» button; the tool will search for devices connected to the network and display them in the
form of a list (see chapter 5.1.1 for details of the interface).
To connect to a device:
- Highlight it (single click in the list).
- Click on button 8 (or double click on the highlighted line).
- The following window opens:
Function
Note
IP address
Device IP address
User name
Device user name
Password
Device password
Port
Device TCP port
Login
Cancel
Connection
Cancel
Click "Login" once the information has been entered.
If the following screen appears, this means that the device address is not in the same IP addresses segment as
the PC on which the configuration tool is currently running. It will therefore not be possible to connect.
- Manually modify the IP address by entering the desired new address.
- Click OK to save the new address in the device.
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- Restart the procedure. The following window should open:
- Click Login to access the parameter modifications.
Function
Enable DHCP
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
MAC address
Save
Return
Note
Enable or disable the DHCP function
Device IP address
Device subnet mask
Device default gateway
Device MAC address
Save
Return to the search interface
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5.1.2 PPPoE
Select "PPPoE" on the right-hand side of the interface:
Function
Enable PPPOE
Note
Enable or disable the PPPoE function
User name
PPPOE user name
Password
PPPOE password
IP address
Device IP address in the WAN
Save
Return
Save
Return to the search interface
- Click the "System Information" tab on the right.
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5.1.3 System
Select "System Information" on the right-hand side of the interface.
Function
SN
Software version
Device name
Synchronization
with PC
Note
Device serial number
Device software version
Model name
Synchronisation of the device date and time with the date and time on the PC.
Click "Sync" to synchronise, then "Save" to save the date and time.
PC date
PC date
PC time
PC time
Manual Setup
Manual setup of the device date and time.
Enter the desired date and time.
Click "Sync" to synchronise, then "Save" to save the date and time.
Date
Date
Time
Time
Sync
Synchronise
Save
Save
Return
Return to the search interface
- By way of example, enter a camera name in the "Device Name" field.
- Check that “Synchronization with PC” is selected, so that the date and time are synchronised with the PC.
- Check that the date and time are correct. If not, click “Sync(S)”.
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5.1.4 System Upgrade
Select "System Upgrade" on the right-hand side of the interface.
Function
Upgrade file/Open
Current progress/Upgrade
Return
Note
Click here to select the upgrade file.
Click here to start the upgrade procedure.
Return to search interface
Steps for updating the device's internal software
- Click on the "Open" button and select the *.bin internal software file.
- When the file has been added, click the "Upgrade" button; the file is then transmitted to the device.
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- Once the file has been transferred, the device upgrades automatically.
- Once the device has been upgraded, the following dialogue box opens:
- Click OK to finish the procedure.
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6 Connecting to a Device and Opening the Web Application
6.1 PC Configuration
This device supports Web access and management via PC.
Web includes several modules including monitor channel list, record search, alarm setup, system configuration,
PTZ control, monitor window, etc.
The system pops up warning information to ask whether you wish to install the control webrec.cab or not.
Click OK; the system can automatically install the control.
When the system is upgrading, it can overwrite the previous Web application too.
If you cannot download the ActiveX file, check whether you have installed the plug-in to disable the control
download. Alternatively you can lower the IE security level.
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6.2 Connection with the Search Tool
To open the software, double click the "ConfigTool.exe" icon on the CD supplied with the product.
To search for devices connected to the network:
- Click the "Refresh" button; the tool will search for devices connected to the network and display them in the form of
a list.
- Highlight the device required (single click in the list).
- Right click the highlighted line.
Web".
- Click on "Open Device
- The following web page opens:
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6.3 Connection with Internet Explorer
IP camera factory default setup:
- IP address: 192.168.1.108.
- User name: admin
- Password: admin
Open Internet Explorer (IE) and enter your camera IP address in the address bar.
For example, if your camera IP is 192.168.1.108, then enter http://192.168.1.108 in the IE address bar.
Input your IP
address here
Note:
If the connection fails:
- either the camera does not have an IP address in the same segment as the PC (see chapter 5.1.1 to change it),
- or the Internet Explorer security parameters are not set correctly
(see chapter 6.1 to change them).
6.4 Login
- Enter your user name and password.
(Default factory name is admin and password is admin.)
The login type includes: TCP/UDP/Multicast (depending on the device).
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After you log in, the main window appears:
Note: Use IE compatibility mode if you are using IE8 or above.
See the detailed user guide for the Web interface.
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7 Main Interface Introduction
7.1 Log in
Input user name and password (default is admin/admin).
After you logged in, IP Camera web main interface appears:
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3
1
4
5
6
There are six sections:
- Section 1: Monitor channel menu tree.
- Section 2: System menu.
- Section 3: PTZ control.
- Section 4: Video setup and other setup.
- Section 5: Preview window.
- Section 6: Monitor window switch.
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7.2 Monitor Channel Menu Tree
The monitor channel menu tree is shown below.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
CAM 1
Monitor channel 1
IP Camera supports main stream and extra stream.
- Main stream: In normal network width environment, main stream can record video and
audio and realize network monitor.
- Extra stream: If network width is not sufficient, you can use extra stream to realize
network monitor.
Note the extra stream resolution shall be less than main stream resolution.
Open all /Close
all
Click this button to open all video channels.
Once all video channels are open, this button becomes “Close all”.
Start dialog
Click this button to enable audio talk. Audio compression type: G.711a (default), PCM,
etc.
Local play
Click this button to select recorded file into the local PC to play it in the web interface.
Refresh
Click this button to refresh monitor channel name.
7.2.1 Live Monitoring
Left click on camera name to view real-time video, the monitor is show below.
1
2
3
5 6 789A
4
B
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Refer to the following sheet for monitor window parameter information.
SN
Parameter
Function
1-4
Display
- 1: Device IP address.
device
- 2: Channel number.
information - 3: Bit stream.
- 4: Stream decode type.
- S1: Overlay.
- S2: Off stream.
- S3:GD1
- H1: Overlay
- H2: off stream decoding from the display card.
5
Digital
zoom
Click this button and then left drag the mouse in the zone to zoom in.
Right click mouse system restores original status.
6
Change
show
mode
Resize or switch to full screen mode.
7
Local
record
Click this button to begin local recording.
The recorded file is saved by default to folder: C:\RecordDownload.
8
Capture
picture
Click this button to snapshot.
Images are memorized in folder: C:\ Picture download (default).
9
Audio
Turn on or off audio.
10
Close
video
Close video in current window.
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Channel
number
Current view channel number.
7.2.2 Playback
Click local play to open recorder. The playback bar is shown below:
1
2
3
4
5
6
1- Playback process control
2- Play
3- Pause
4- Stop
5- Slow play
6- Fast play
Once you selected window is in real-time monitor mode, system automatically switches to playback the video by
default.
7.3 System Menu
For detailed information refer to:
- Chapter 8 : Configuration,
- Chapter 9 : Search,
- Chapter 10 : Alarm,
- Chapter 11: About,
- Chapter 12 : Log out.
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7.4 Monitor Window Switch
The device support only 1-window and full-screen display mode.
Video quality adjustment button.
Displays the original image size in the webpage.
7.5 Preview Window Switch
The device do not support this function.
7.6 PTZ Control
The device do not support PTZ control function.
7.7 Color and More Setup
Color setup
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Adjust monitor video brightness.
Video
setup
Adjust monitor video contrast ness.
Adjust monitor video saturation.
Adjust monitor video hue.
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All the operations here apply to
web display only.
Go to chapter 8.2.2 System
configuration->Encode
setup->color setting to adjust
corresponding system items.
More Setup
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
More
Function
Picture
Path
System pops up an interface to modify path.
Record
Path
System pops up an interface to modify path.
Reboot
System pops up a dialogue box, click OK button to reboot device.
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8 Configure
See chapter 7.3 to see how to access to the configuration menu».
8.1 System Information
8.1.1 Version Information
View device hardware feature and software version information.
8.1.2 HDD information
View local storage status and network status including free capacity and total capacity.
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8.1.3 Log
View system log.
Refer to the following sheet for log parameter information.
Parameter
Function
Type
Log types include: system operation, configuration operation, data
management, alarm event, record operation, user management, log clear and
file operation.
Search
Select log type from the drop down list and then click search button to view the
list.
Clear
Click this button to delete all displayed log files.
System does not support clear by type.
Backup
Click this button to backup log files.
To export logs, click backup button, the following interface appears:
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8.2 System Configuration
Please click save button to save your setup before exiting each section.
8.2.1 General Setup
Set system time, record length, video format, etc.
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
System Time
Modify system time. Click “Save” button after your completed modification
Sync PC
Click this button to save the system time as your PC current time
Data Format
Select data format from the dropdown list.
Data Separator
Select separator such as – or /.
Time Format
Two options: 24-H and 12-H.
DST
Set day night save time begin time and end time.
Language
Select the language from the dropdown list.
Device needs to reboot to get the modification activated.
HDD Full
Two options: stop recording or overwrite the previous files when HDD is full.
Pack Duration
Select recorded file size.
Device No
When you are using one remote control to manage multiple devices, you
can give a serial numbers to the devices.
This device does not support this function.
Video Standard
Display video standard such as PAL.
8.2.2 Encode
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Select a monitor channel.
Channel Name
Display current channel name. You can modify it .
Compression
H.264
Main Stream
It includes general stream, motion stream and alarm stream.
Select different encode frame rates form different recorded events.
For example, use high frame rate to record important events, record scheduled
event in lower frame rate and set different frame rates for motion detection
record and alarm record.
Extra Stream
Select extra stream to enable the extension stream to monitor.
Audio/Video
Main stream: Recorded file only contains video by default. Check the audio
box here to enable audio function.
Extra stream: Recorded file only contains video by default. Check the audio
box here to enable audio function.
Resolution
There are multiple resolutions. Select from the dropdown list.
For each resolution, the recommended bit stream value is different.
Frame Rate
The frame rate may vary due to different resolutions. When the resolution type
is 3M, 1-15f/s. For other resolutions 1-25f/s.
Bit Rate Type
There are two options: VBR and CBR.
Quality
The value ranges from 1 to 6. The level 6 is the best video quality.
This setting is available only with VBR bit rate
Bit Rate
In CBR, the bit rate here is the max value. In dynamic video, system needs to
low frame rate or video quality to guarantee the value.
The value is null in VBR mode.
Refer to recommend bit rate for the detailed information. .
Recommended Bit
Recommended bit rate value according to the resolution and frame rate set.
I Frame
Set the P frame amount between two I frames. The value ranges from 1 to 150.
Default value is 50. Recommended value is frame rate *2.
Color Setting
Set video brightness, contrast, hue, saturation and gain.
The value ranges from 0 to 100.
Watermark
Select watermark bit stream, watermark mode and watermark character.
Default character is Digital CCTV.
Cover area (privacy
mask)
Set privacy masks.
System max supports 8 privacy mask zones.
Time Title
Enable this function to overlay time information in video window.
OSD transparent value ranges from 0 to 255. 0 means complete transparent.
Use the mouse to drag the time tile position.
Channel Title
You can enable this function to overlay channel information in video window.
OSD transparent value ranges from 0 to 255. 0 means complete transparent.
Use the mouse to drag the channel tile position.
Save
Click save button after complete setup for one item, or complete the whole
setups and then click save button.
Refresh
Click this button to get device latest configuration information.
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Click watermark button to open interface as below:
8.2.3 Schedule
Set differents periods for various days. There are max six periods in one day.
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Select a channel first.
Pre-record
Input pre-record value here. System can record the three to five seconds
video before activating the record operation into the file. (Depends on data
size).
Storage
System support record/snapshot file local storage mode only.
Setup
•
•
•
•
Click set button, to go to the corresponding setup interface.
Set schedule period and select corresponding record or snapshot type:
motion detection/snapshot, and alarm/snapshot. System does not
support schedule/snapshot function,
Select date (Current setup applies to current day by default. Select all
to apply the setup to the whole week.)
After complete setup, go back and click save to save current time
period setup.
Save
Click save button after complete setup for one channel, or complete the
whole setup and click save button.
Refresh
Click this button to get device latest configuration information.
Note : System does not support regular recording on SD card.
8.2.4 RS232
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information
Parameter
Function
RS232
There is only one option COM 01, corresponding to RS232
Function
Console is for debug.
Control keyboard: Switch between RS232 and control keyboard.
Network keyboard: COM control protocol. You can use network keyboard to
control IPC via COM.
Transparent COM: Network user can communicate with RS232 COM
device.
Alarm box: not used.
COM_GPS: not used.
COM_RADAR: not used.
Data Bit
The value ranges from 5 to 8.
Stop Bit
There are two options: 1/2.
Baud Bit
You can select corresponding baud bit here.
Parity
There are five options: none/odd /even/mark/space.
8.2.5 Network
Network interface
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information
Parameter
Function
Ethernet
Select the network card first.
Port 1 is the ethernet port.
Port 2 is the wireless port (if available).
DHCP
Dynamically get IP address. Get the device IP adress from the server if this
function is enabled.
Device Name
Device ID in the network.
TCP Port
Default value is 37777.
HTTP Port
Default value is 80.
UDP Port
Default value is 37778.
DNS
Manually set IP address of DNS.
You need to enable this function if you are inputting the domain name in
some items. Otherwise the system can not parse the domain name.
Alternative
DNS
Max Connection
Simultaneously, network users max amount. The value ranges from 1 to 10.
Network
transmission
QoS
Set the priority between fluency and video quality or self-adaptive.
System can automatically adjust the bit stream or lower the resolution
according to the network bandwidth.
Advance interface
Parameter
Remote
Host
Function
Multiple
cast
group
- Set MULTICAST address and port.
- Enable function.
- Current series IPC does not support this function right now.
PPPOE
- Input the PPPoE user name and password you get from the IPS
(internet service provider) and enable PPPoE function. Save current
setup and reboot the device to get the setup activated.
- Device connects to the internet via PPPoE after reboot. Get the IP
address in the WAN from the IP address column.
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Email Interface
Please refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
SMTP Server
Input server address and then enable this function.
Port
Default value is 25. Modify it if necessary.
User Name
Sender email account user name.
Password
Sender email account password.
Sender
Sender email address.
Subject
Input email subject here.
Address
Input receiver email address here. Max three addresses.
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DDNS interface
Refer to the Annex 1 for NO-IP DDNS setup information.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Server Type
Select DDNS protocol from the dropdown list and then enable DDNS function. The private DDNS protocol means you use your self-defined private
protocol to realize DDNS function.
Server IP
DDNS server IP address.
Server Port
DDNS server port.
Domain Name
Self-defined domain name.
User
User name you input to log in the server.
Password
Password you input to log in the server.
Interval
Device sends out alive signal to the server regularly.
Set interval value between the device and DDNS server here.
NAS interface
This device does not support this function.
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NTP interface
Realize network time synchronization. Enable current function and input server IP, port number, time zone and
time.
Refer to the following sheet for detail information.
Parameter
Function
Enable
Enable NTP function or not.
Server IP
Server IP address
Port
Server port.
Time Zone
Device current time zone.
Update Interval
Time update interval value.
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IP Filter interface
Enable IP filter function so that some specified IP user can or not access the device.
You can not set white list and black list function at the same time.
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8.2.6 Alarm
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Parameter
Function
Event Type
It includes local alarm/network alarm.
- Local alarm: Device detects alarm from input port.
- Network: Device detects alarm from network.
Alarm in
Select corresponding alarm channel.
Enable
Check to enable the alarm function.
Type
There are two options: normal open and normal close.
NO becomes activated in low voltage, NC becomes activated in high voltage..
Period
- Alarm record function becomes activated in the specified periods.
- There are six periods in one day. Enable corresponding period.
- Select date or whole week.
- Click OK button, system goes back to alarm setup interface, please click save button
to exit.
Anti-dither
System only memoryze one alarm during the period set here (0 to 600 s)
Normal Out
Select alarm output port so that system can activate corresponding alarm device
when alarm occurs.
Alarm Latch
System delay the alarm output for specified time after alarm end (from 10 seconds to
300 seconds).
Record Channel
System auto activates current channel to record once alarm occurs (working with
alarm activation function). Note current device shall be in auto record mode (Chapter
8.2.3 Schedule).
Record Latch
System can delay the record for specified time after alarm ended.
The value ranges from 10s to 300s.
Email
Check to enable email function. System can send email when alarm occurs and ends.
Tour
This function is not available in current device.
PTZ activation
The system can go to a preset when alarme occurs (only for IP speed dome).
Capture
Input capture channel number so that system can backusnapshot file to the SD card
or send to the specified email box when alarm occurs.
Copy
It is a shortcut menu button. You can copy current channel setup to one or more (all)
channels.
Save
You can click save button after you complete setup for one channel, or you can
complete the whole setups and then click save button.
Refresh
Click this button to get device latest configuration information.
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8.2.7 Detect
The dark blue squares correspond to a zone with active detection.
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Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Event Type
There are three types: Motion detection/Video loss/Camera Masking.
Channel
Select channel name from the dropdown list.
Enable
Check to enable motion detection function.
Sensitivity
There are six levels. The level 6 has the highest sensitivity.
Region
- Region: after you select motion detection type, click this button to set motion
detection zone.
There are PAL 22X18/NTSC 22X15 zones.
Double right click mouse you can go to full-screen display mode.
Remember clicking OK button to save your motion detection zone setup.
Period
- Motion detection function becomes activated in the specified periods.
- There are six periods in one day. Enable corresponding period.
- Select date or whole week.
- Click OK button, system goes back to motion detection interface.
Click save button to exit.
Anti-dither
System only memorizes one event during the anti-dither period.
The value ranges from 0s to 15s..
Normal out
- There is 1-channel alarm output.
- Corresponding to motion detection alarm output port.
- Enable alarm activation function.
You need to select alarm output port so that system can activate corresponding
alarm device when alarm occurs..
Alarm Latch
System can delay the alarm output for specified time after alarm end.
The value ranges from 10 seconds to 300 seconds.
Record Channel
System auto activates motion detection channel to record once alarm occurs
(works with motion detection function).
Note you need to go to chapter 8.2.3 Schedule to set motion detection record
period and go to chapter 8.3.3 Record to set current period as auto record.
Record Latch
System can delay the record for specified time after alarm ended.
The value ranges from 10 seconds to 300 seconds..
Email
Send email when alarm occurs and ends.
PTZ activation
Set PTZ movement when alarm occurs.
Such as go to preset x when there is an alarm.
Capture
Input capture channel number so that system can backup motion detection
snapshot file.
Save
Click save button after complete setup for one channel, or complete the whole
setups and click save button.
Refresh
Click this button to get device latest configuration information.
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8.2.8 Default & Backup
Default: Restore factory default setup. Select corresponding items.
Backup: Export current configuration to local PC or import configuration from current PC.
System can’t restore some information such as network IP address.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Select All
Restore factory default setup.
Export
Configuration
Export system configuration to local PC.
Import
Configuration
Import configuration from PC to the system.
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8.3 Advanced
8.3.1 HDD Management
HDD management includes net storage management and local storage management.
Select the storage device first and then the items on your right become valid.
Check the corresponding item here.
Click the Execute the button; system needs to reboot to activate current setup.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Format
Clear data in the disk
Read/write
Set current disk as read/write
Read only
Set current disk as read.
Hot swap
This function allows to hot swap the disk when the device is working.
This function will not result in disk malfunction.
Execute
Click this button to save disk current status.
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8.3.2 Alarm I/O
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Alarm output
There is only one output channel. Please click the button 1.
Trigger
Enable/disable alarm output device.
Refresh
Search alarm output status.
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8.3.3 Record
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Auto
System enables auto record function as set in record schedule setup.
Manual
Not available.
Stop
Stop current channel record, no matter what period applied in the record
schedule setup.
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8.3.4 Account
Add, remove user or modify password.
Note : Reusable means that the account can be use for different login at the same time.
8.3.5 Auto Maintenance
Select auto reboot and auto delete old files interval.
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8.3.6 Snapshot
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Monitor channel.
Snapshot
mode
Two modes: Timing and activation.
Frame rate
Select from the dropdown list. The value ranges from 1f/s to 8f/s.
Resolution
Select from the dropdown list. The resolution may vary due to different
series.
Quality
Select from the dropdown list. Here is for you to set video quality.
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8.3.7 Abnormity
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Event Type
- The abnormal events include: no disk, no space, disk error, net error, offline,
IP conflict.
- XXXX Space Alarm: Set the minimum percentage value here.
The device can alarm when capacity is not sufficient.
- Check enable this function.
Normal Out
Corresponding alarm output channel when alarm occurs, there is one channel.
Record
channel
System auto activates channel to record once alarm occurs (for offline type
only).
Please note you need to go to chapter 8.3.3 record to set current period as
auto record.
Latch
The alarm output can delay for the specified time after alarm stops.
The value ranges from 10s to 300s
Send email
System send email to alarm the specified user.
This function is invalid when network is offline or IP conflict occurs.
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8.4 Additional Function
8.4.1 Configure
Set camera property parameter. The following interface may vary regarding different devices.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Channel
Monitor channel 1
Exposure
Mode
There are two modes: Auto exposure (AE) and Manual exposure (ME).
There are some ME time ranges from 1/50 to 1/10000. It supports
customized setup too (may be different depending of the device).
Day/Night
Mode
IPC day night mode switch.
There are three options: color-off/color-on/auto (may be different depending
of the device).
Signal
Standard
Video input mode: internal input.
Flip
It is to switch video up and bottom.
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8.4.2 Auto Register
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Parameter
Function
Enable
Enable auto register function.
No.
Device management server number.
IP
Device management server IP address.
Port
Server port number.
Device ID
Device ID in the device management server.
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8.4.3 Talk Encode
Set audio compression bit rate. It includes PCM, G711a, G711u.
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9 Search
See chapter 7.3 to see how to access to the configuration menu».
Click search button, the following interface appears:
Select record playback mode, and then select start time, end time and channel.
Click search button, the corresponding files in the list appears.
Select the file(s) to download and click download button, system pops up a dialogue box.
Specify file name and path to download the file(s) to PC.
Click Ok to complete the download procedure.
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Type
Type
Item
Parameter
Function
Record
Search general record, alarm record and motion detection record.
Alarm
Search alarm record.
Motion
Detection
Search motion detection record.
Local
Search local record.
Picture
Search snapshot file.
Card
This function is not available in current device.
Start time
Set the file start time.
End time
Set the file end time.
Channel
Select the channel from the dropdown list.
Search
Click this button you can view the recorded file matched your
requirements.
Playback
Select the file first and then click playback button to view the
video.
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Type
Multiplechannel
playback
Parameter
Function
Download
type
Download by file: Select the file(s) and then click download button.
Download by time: Download the recorded file(s) during specified
period.
Download
Select the file needed (multiple choices) and click download
button, system pops up a dialogue box.
Input the downloaded file name, specify the path and then click
OK button.
System begins download and the download button becomes stop
button. There is a progress bar.
Open local
record
Select local record to play.
Watermark
Note :
Go to chapter 8.2.2 Encode to enable watermark function
first. Click watermark button. Default watermark character is
DigitalCCTV. Click local file you can select the recorded file.
Then click verify button to check file is original or not.
System supports playback one file in several monitor channels.
During the playback process, there are control buttons such as play, pause, stop. slow play and fast play in the
play process bar.
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10 Alarm
See chapter 7.3 to see how to access to the configuration menu».
Click alarm function, the folowing interface appears.
Set device alarm type and alarm sound setup. .
Refer to the following sheet for detailed information.
Type
Alarm Type
Parameter
Function
Video loss
System alarms when video loss occurs.
Motion Detection
System alarms when motion detection alarm occurs,
Disk full
System alarms when disk is full.
Disk error
System alarms when disk error occurs.
Camera masking
System alarms when camera is viciously masking.
Encode alarm
System alarms when encode module alarms.
External alarm
Alarm input device sends out alarm.
Listening alarm
Check to activate live alarm notification.
Video
Check to activate pop up video when alarm occurs
(listening alarm loss to be activated (listening alarm
has be activated).
Prompt
Automatically pops up alarm dialogue box (listening
alarm has be activated).
Sound pop up
System sends out alarm sound when alarm occurs.
Path
Specify alarm sound file.
Operation
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11 About
See chapter 7.3 to see how to access to the configuration menu».
View current web client information.
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12 Log out
See chapter 7.3 to see how to access to the configuration menu».
System goes back to log in interface.
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Annex 1: No-IP DDNS
If you do not have a Static IP address on the Internet, you need to have a dynamic IP. Because your IP address
changes after a certain period of time.
So you need to configure a dynamic DNS service.
After completed configuration in the device. DDNS service can constantly inform the latest device’s connection
IP, and modify its IP on the table of data from the server.
Then you have a constant domain name in the Web browser, along with the HTTP port, send a request to identify the car IP of the domain name typed.
The server will redirect the domain name to the IP connection, thus allowing access to the device which does not
have a fixed IP in the network.
Note: It is important to note that to gain access to the device in a local network, it is necessary to redirect the
port of your modem or router to your device.
Click DDNS to go to the configuration interface. You can see an interface.
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DDNS Type: You can select from the dropdown list. There are four options: No-IP, DynDNS, CN99, Private.
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Port: input server port here.
•
Domain Name: Get the domain name you get from your DDNS service provider.
•
User: Get the user name you get from your DDNS service provider.
•
Password: Enter corresponding password.
Highlight the icon
in front of Enable to enable the DDNS server configuration.
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To receive domain name in the No-IP DDNS service, please follow the steps listed below.
1. Please visit www.no-ip.com; the page of No-IP appears as below.
2. Left click mouse on the “Create Account” button, account Information interface
3. Fill in the requested fields and click I Accept button.
Then you can get an email containing username and password.
You can use this account to access the service.
4. Open the e-mail sent by trusted rmação No-IP and double-click the link that is below the phrase “To activate
your account please click the following URL:” in the body of the email.
5. Now you can see an interface. You have successfully created an account.
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6. Click to sign and enter the email address and password you get earlier.
Click “login” to sign up, you can see the welcome interface and configuration option of account.
You can highlight manage host item.
7. The Manage Hosts interface is shown belox.
Click the Add Host button you can access the creation of a domain name.
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8. Input corresponding host name in the filed. You can use this name to access device from an external
network.
In the field to the right of the name, select the desired area.
This is your domain name for access to the device.
Click “Create Host” button at the bottom of the page.
9. Now you can see an interface. Here you can view domain name and the computer’s current IP setup.
If you already have a domain name equal to gurado trusted, you must define another name for the host.
10. Now you need to define the definition of the server’s IP in IP-device able to access this service DDNS.
To get DDNS service, you need to have a computer connected to the Internet on the same network with
device. Type the command ping dynupdate.no-ip.com at the command prompt, Windows ®.
The server’s IP will be displayed on the screen. Your device can use this IP to find the No-IP server.
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11. Please go to the device and access the MAIN MENU> SETTING> NETWORK> DDNS. Input server IP you
get in the above step. Select the DDNS Type as No-IP DDNS and highlight the icon
in front of Enable to
enable the DDNS function. Now fill the fields as described below, and click OK to save current setup.
• Server IP: Enter the IP noted in step 10.
• Port: Enter the port 80.
• Domain Name: Enter the domain name created in step 8.
• User: Enter your username (email address) created in step 3.
• Password: Enter the password created in step 3.
12. Now you have completed device setup. Open Internet Explorer ® in another foreign network with Internet
access, unlike the network where the device is connected to, you need to follow the steps listed below:
1. Enter the address into your browser: http://nome the field created in step 8.
For example: http://vd16s480st. no-ip.biz
2. If the device HTTP port is 80, just type the domain name. Otherwise, enter in the browser address as:
http://nome the field created in Step 8: port number of HTTP.
For example: http://vd16s480st.no-ip.biz:9090
3. Press Enter. The system will ask install application webrec.cab control or not. Please click Yes to perform
a successful connection.
4. If the page does not appear on the computer screen, you need to lower your system safety setup.
From Tools> Internet Options> Security, select Internet and then click Custom Level, you can enable
ActiveX controls. See below . Then open your browser and re-enter the domain name of the device.
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Annex 2: Using Google Chrome
1- Download and Install Extension
Click “Extension” in Google Chrome configuration dropdown list to go to the extension management interface.
The Google Chrome extension management interface is shown below.
Click “Browse the gallery” and search for “IE Tab” extension.
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Install the latest “IE Tab” extension (version 1.0.11208.1 or above).
After installation, you will get an IE icon on top right of your Google Chrome interface.
2. Visit Web Interface
- Get an IE address bar by clicking the icon showed previously.
- Enter the IP address of your device.
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Annex 3: Using Firefox
1- Dowload and install extension:
- Click “Tools” and “Add-ons”.
- Search and install IE Tab: ie_tab_plus-1.95.20100930-fx+sm
After installation, restart Firefox.
2- After restart of Firefox, choose Tools—Add-ons to check if the plugin has been installed.
3- After installation, add the target address to IE Tab before start to access device web client.
At the sametime, select IE Tab plus Mode.
For example, here device address is http://10.15.5.127, so type”http:.//10.15.5.127/* ”to the URL option.
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After this, open the webpage http://10.15.5.127 with Firefox .
Note : If you have done the follows above and you still can not open the web normally, you need to check the
setting in IE to enable downloading of the ActiveX.
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Annex 4: Using IE8
1- Run Web interface with IE8
With IE8, sometimes it will not run with the normal mode, there 2 ways to solve this.
1.1 Use the Compatibility View function of IE8
With this way, every time you open the IE interface, must click this button
1.2 Add the certain IP address or website into Compatibility View Settings
- Choose Compatibility View Settings in Tool menu
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- Add the IP or domain name of device into Compatibility View Settings list
- Now the web interface can be accessed in normal mode.
3- Download ActiveX with IE8
- For some PC when update windows and install IE8, it will not install the ActiveX.
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Note : If you have done the follows above and you still can not open the web normally, you need to
check the setting in IE to enable downloading the ActiveX.
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Annex 5: Email Function
First, the Email sender must support smtp
1- Email Setting 1
Set as follow, I use Email server: www.126.com as an example
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220.181.15.112
user
user@126.com
2
3
4
5
6
7
Désignation
1
Email server IP address (ping the server to get the IP)
2
Must be enable
3
Server port (usually 25)
4
User Name - Password
5
Sender. Must be your email address
6
Subject. You can set any subject according your needs
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Receiver
- Ping the email server to get the ipaddress, for example: ping smtp.126.com to get ip:220.181.15.112
- Input user name and password of the account e.g.: Username: user. Password: pass
- Input sender: must the whole email address of the sender, for example: user@126.com
- Set Subject: any title according your need
- Input receiver email address
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2- Email Setting 2
- Input domain name of the email server, such as:smtp.126.com, if you have already set DNS settings
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smtp.126.com
user
user@126.com
2
3
4
5
6
7
Désignation
1
Email server: if it is domain name, set DNS as follow
2
Must be enable
3
Server port (usually 25)
4
User Name - Password
5
Sender. Must be your email address
6
Subject. Set any subject according your needs
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Receiver
- DNS Setting
Get the DNS
address from
your network
administrator
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- Get DNS setting from your PC in the same network by command: ipconfig /all
3- Send Email Setting
- Enable “send email function” of Detect or Alarm settings, so when there are alarms the device will send Email.
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Annex 6: Routers configuration
If you need to access to your device from external network, you will need to set NAT settings on your router.
In the circumstance that your device is behind a router or gateway, you need to open the port on that router for the
device behind it.
Device 1
IP: 192.168.0.108
Port: 37777 (TCP)
and 80 (HTTP)
SWITCH
INTERNET
ROUTER
Local IP: 192.168.0.1
Public IP:
60.191.94.100
Device 2
IP: 192.168.0.109
Port: 37779 (TCP)
and 81 (HTTP)
ROUTER NAT Settings
IP Address
Private Port
Public Port
Local IP
HTTP
Port
TCP
Port
Public IP
HTTP
Port
TCP
Port
Device 1
192.168.0.108
80
37777
60.191.94.100
80
37777
Device 2
192.168.0.109
81
37779
60.191.94.100
81
37779
Enable/Disable
192.168.0.108
37777
37777
Enable
192.168.0.108
80
80
Enable
192.168.0.109
37779
37779
Enable
192.168.0.109
81
81
Enable
To access Device 1, input the IP address: http://60.191.94.100
To access Device 2, input the IP address: http://60.191.94.100:81
1- D-LINK Router (interface may very depending of the device)
Log on to the router. Select “Advanced” tab on the top, and click on “Virtual Server” button on the left. The
following page will be displayed. The screen might be very different regarding to the different model of routers.
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Note :
Do not copy the information in this sample configuration. It is different according the setting on each device.
The picture above shows an example of how to open the service port on router for a device in local network.
- Check the “Enabled” button.
- In “Name” box, type in a name for this router’s entry. For example: “myDVR’s Remote Service”
- In “Private IP” box, type in the IP address of device which is the IP you put in “IP ADDRESS” field in “Network”
setting menu on device. For example: “192.168.0.102”.
- Select “TCP” in “Protocol Type” drop down menu.
- In both “Private Port” and “Public Port”, type in the service port number. In above example, it is 4000. The port
number is the port that you put in “TCP PORT” field in “NETWORK” menu on the device.
- Select “Always” button.
After click “Apply”, the service port 4000 will be opened on the router for the device on 192.168.0.102.
The device Net View and other client tools will be able to connect to this device from public network by
connecting to the router’s IP address.
Follow the same process, add another entry for HTTP Port service. After this service port is open, the web
browser client from public network will be able to connect to this device by connecting to the router’s IP address.
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2- LINK SYS Router
Log on to the router. Select “Applications & Gaming” tab on the top. Select “UPNP Forwarding” tab on the left.
Then the following screen will be displayed. The screen might be very different regarding to the different model
of routers.
You can add entry on the first available row in the list table.
- In the “Application” box, type in the entry name you want to use. For example: MyDVR’s Service, for the service
port we are opening for DVR’s remote service.
- In the “Ext Port” box, type in the service port you put in the DVR’s network setting. For example: 4000.
- Select “TCP” button.
- In “Int Port” box, type in the same port number you put in “Ext. Port” box. For example: 4000.
- In “IP Addr.” box, type in the last decimal digit of your DVR’s IP address. For example, the device’s IP address
is 192.168.0.102, so type in 102 in this box.
- Check the “Enable” box to enable port forwarding.
Follow the same process, add another entry, open the HTTP Port on the router for this device.
Click the “Save Setting” button, the router might need to restart. After the these settings have been activated,
the web browser client, device Net View client or other client tools will be able to access the device from public
network.
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3 SMC Router
Log on to the router, select “Advanced Setup” tab on the top, and click “NAT” button on the left panel. Select
“Virtual Server” in the expanded list structure, you will see the following screen.
Notice that it might look very different according to different models of routers.
- In “Private IP” column, put in the last decimal digit of your DVR’s IP address.
For example, your device’s IP address is 192.168.2.102, so put 102 in this box.
- In “Private Port” column, put in the service port number you put in the DVR network settings. For example:
4000.
- In “Type” column, select the “TCP” radio button.
- In “Public Port” column, put in the same service port number you put in the “Private Port” box, for example,
4000.
Follow the same process, add another entry for HTTP Port on the router.
Click “Apply” button and confirm if it prompts to restart the router. After the new configuration is activated, the
web browser clients or other DVR clients tools from public network will be able to access the device.
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