14. onvif - D-Link

14. onvif - D-Link
D-Link DGS-1100 MP/MPP Series Switch User Manual
14. ONVIF
Global Status
IP-Camera Information
NVR Information
Global Status
ONVIF is a global standard for improving inter-operability between IP-based security products. It is
an effort between various hardware and software vendors to define a specification for the exchange
of information between physical security products. The DGS-1100 MP/MPP Series support the
ONVIF protocol and its settings can be configured below.
The ONVIF Global Status page enables ONVIF support globally on the switch and allows you to
configure ONVIF settings. It also displays global ONVIF statistics for the switch.
To view the following window, click ONVIF > Global Settings, as shown below:
Figure 14-1 ONVIF Global Status window
The fields that can be configured are described below:
Parameter
Description
Global State
Select this option to enable or disable ONVIF globally on the
switch. This will over-write Auto Surveillance VLAN, QoS,
and Power Saving settings.
VLAN ID (2-4094)
This is the VLAN that is used for surveillance devices on the
switch and can be manually configured to be a VLAN created
in the VLAN section of this document.
VLAN CoS
This is the VLAN Class of Service and can be set to a value
between 0 and 7. It uses the IEEE 802.1p Priority Levels to
classify traffic.
Discover Port (554,102565535)
This is the port that is used to discover ONVIF-compatible
devices on the VLAN. The default is TCP port 554.
Trap State
Select this option to enable or disable SNMP traps for
ONVIF. This SNMP host can be configured in the SNMP
Global Settings section of this document.
Click the Apply button to accept the changes made.
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IP-Camera Information
The IP-Camera Information page shows the devices that have been discovered through ONVIF.
These are ONVIF-compatible devices that have been detected in the VLAN defined in the ONVIF
Global Status page. The system probes for new IP-Cameras every 30 seconds.
To view the following window, click ONVIF > IP-Camera Information, as shown below:
Figure 14-2 IP-Camera Information window
IPC Settings
This menu is accessible by clicking on the Edit button on the IP-Camera Information page.
The fields that can be configured for IPC Settings are described below:
Parameter
Description
IPC State
Select the state of the IP-Camera, either Enabled or
Disabled.
Description
Use this to enter a description for the IP-Camera. This will be
displayed on the IP-Camera Information page.
Click the Apply button to accept the changes made.
NVR Information
This is a list of the NVR devices that have been detected in the ONVIF VLAN. The switch port, IP
address of the device, the number of IP-Cameras connected, throughput, group number, and port
description. A group number will be assigned if multiple ONVIF devices have been recognized on a
port.
To view the following window, click ONVIF > NVR Information, as shown below:
Figure 14-3 NVR Information window
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The fields that can be configured for NVR Information are described below:
Parameter
Description
Description
Edit this by pressing the Edit button next to the entry in the
table. This is the description for the NVR that has been
detected as being connected to the port.
Click the Apply button to accept the changes made.
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