Panasonic BB-HGW700A Operating instructions

Panasonic BB-HGW700A Operating instructions
Operating Instructions
Network Camera Management System
Model No.
BB-HGW700A
Please read this manual before using and save this manual for your future reference.
Panasonic Web Site: http://www.panasonic.com
for customers in the USA or Puerto Rico
Operating Instructions
Introduction
Thank you for purchasing the Panasonic Network Camera Management System.
Before using
Please read the Important Safety Instructions on page 4 before using.
Read and understand all instructions.
For Operation Assistance
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Call 1-800-272-7033
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See the Panasonic web site http://www.panasonic.com
System Requirements
Item
Description
Operating System (IPv6)
Windows® XP
Operating System (IPv4)
Windows® XP, Windows® 2000, Windows® Me, Windows® 98SE
Interface
10/100 Mbps network card installed
Memory
Over 64 MB
Protocol
TCP/IP protocol
Web Browser
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later
Note
If you have any inquiries regarding your PC, contact your PC dealer.
Compatible cameras
(Customer-provided) :
(as of Nov. 2004)
Indoor type
KX-HCM8
KX-HCM10
KX-HCM250
KX-HCM280
BB-HCM311A
BL-C10A
BL-C30A
Outdoor type
KX-HCM230
KX-HCM270
BB-HCM331A
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Abbreviations
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UPnP is the abbreviation for Universal Plug and Play.
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CATV modems and ADSL modems are referred to as modems in this manual.
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Network cameras are referred to as cameras in this manual.
Trademarks
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Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation in the United States and/or other
countries.
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Microsoft, MSN, Windows and DirectX are either registered trademarks or trademarks of Microsoft
Corporation in the United States and/or other countries.
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Screen shots reprinted with permission from Microsoft Corporation.
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All other trademarks identified herein are the property of their respective owners.
Network Camera Management System Memo
Attach your purchase receipt here.
For your future reference
Date of purchase
Serial Number
MAC Address
Name and address of dealer
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IMPORTANT SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS
When using this product, basic safety precautions should always be followed to reduce the risk of fire,
electric shock, or personal injury.
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Read and understand all instructions.
6.
Protect the AC adaptor cord and AC cord from being walked on or pinched particularly at plugs,
convenience receptacles, and the point where they exit from this product.
7.
The AC cord is used as the main disconnect device, ensure that the AC outlet is located/installed
near the product and is easily accessible.
8.
9.
Use only the included Panasonic AC adaptor and AC cord.
Keep these instructions.
Heed all warnings.
Follow all instructions.
Do not install this product near any heat sources such as radiators, heat registers, stoves, or other
apparatus (including amplifiers) that produce heat.
The AC adaptor must remain connected at all times. (It is normal for the adaptor to feel warm
during use.)
10. To prevent the risk of fire or electrical shock, do not expose this product to rain or any type of
moisture.
11. Do not touch the product or the AC adaptor and AC cord during lightning storms.
12. Unplug this product when unused for a long period of time.
13. Refer all servicing to qualified service personnel. Servicing is required when this product has
been damaged in any way, such as when the AC adaptor, AC cord or plug is damaged, this
product does not operate normally, or it has been dropped.
SAVE THESE INSTRUCTIONS
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Table of Contents
1 Product Introduction ............................................................. 7
1.1 Main Features ........................................................................................ 7
1.2 Included Accessories............................................................................. 8
1.3 Feature Locations .................................................................................. 9
1.3.1 Front View ............................................................................................................9
1.3.2 Rear View.............................................................................................................9
1.3.3 Indicators............................................................................................................10
2 Accessing This Product...................................................... 11
2.1 Functions ............................................................................................. 11
2.1.1 Top Page ............................................................................................................11
2.1.2 Setup..................................................................................................................13
2.1.3 IPv6 Setup..........................................................................................................16
2.1.4 Camera Portal ....................................................................................................17
3 Functions ............................................................................. 21
3.1 Using the Functions ............................................................................. 21
3.1.1 Registering ISPs ................................................................................................21
3.1.2 Registering IPv6 ISPs ........................................................................................29
3.1.3 Confirming Connection to the Internet ...............................................................36
3.1.4 Managing the Connection Mode ........................................................................37
3.1.5 Using Camera ....................................................................................................39
3.1.6 Registering a Camera Automatically..................................................................41
3.1.7 Using Wireless ...................................................................................................47
3.1.8 Using Viewnetcam.com......................................................................................55
3.2 Using Advanced Setup ........................................................................ 57
3.2.1 Accessing this Product from the Internet ...........................................................57
3.2.2 Improving Security .............................................................................................63
3.2.3 Improving IPv6 Security .....................................................................................69
3.2.4 Using Options.....................................................................................................74
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LAN IP Address DHCP Server ........................................................................................... 74
PPPoE ................................................................................................................................ 76
DNS Relay .......................................................................................................................... 77
MTU Size ............................................................................................................................ 77
Routing ............................................................................................................................... 78
UPnP™............................................................................................................................... 79
MAC Clone.......................................................................................................................... 81
3.2.5 Using IPv6 Options ............................................................................................82
• IPv6 Address(LAN) RA ....................................................................................................... 82
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• Link MTU size ..................................................................................................................... 83
• Routing ............................................................................................................................... 83
3.2.6 Using VPN (PPTP).............................................................................................85
3.2.7 Using VPN (IPsec) .............................................................................................87
3.2.8 Using Applications..............................................................................................91
3.3 Managing This Product........................................................................ 94
3.3.1 Changing The Password ....................................................................................94
3.3.2 Updating Firmware.............................................................................................95
3.3.3 Saving Settings ..................................................................................................97
3.3.4 Restarting...........................................................................................................98
3.3.5 Initializing The Settings ......................................................................................98
3.3.6 Using PPPoE Connection ..................................................................................99
3.3.7 Using VPN (IPsec) Connection ........................................................................100
3.3.8 Confirming Network Connection ......................................................................101
3.4 Getting Information ............................................................................ 102
3.4.1 Getting Network Information ............................................................................102
3.4.2 Viewing Logs....................................................................................................105
3.4.3 Support ............................................................................................................108
3.4.4 Help..................................................................................................................108
4 Other Information .............................................................. 109
4.1 Factory Default................................................................................... 109
4.1.1 Factory Default .................................................................................................109
4.1.2 Restart .............................................................................................................109
4.2 UPnP™ Setup on your PC ................................................................ 110
4.3 IPv6 Setup on your PC ...................................................................... 115
4.3.1 Setting an IPv6 Address Using Windows XP ...................................................115
4.3.2 Re-obtaining an IPv6 Global Address ..............................................................118
4.3.3 Setting a Static IPv6 Global Address. ..............................................................118
4.4 PPTP Setup when Using VPN: Windows XP .................................... 119
4.5 Web Browser Setup when Using a Proxy Server .............................. 122
4.6 Checking the PC's IP Address and MAC Address............................. 123
4.6.1 Using Windows XP/2000..................................................................................123
4.6.2 Using Windows Me/98SE.................................................................................124
4.7 Stabilizing the PC's IP Address ......................................................... 126
4.7.1 Using Windows XP/2000..................................................................................127
4.7.2 Using Windows Me/98SE.................................................................................129
4.8 Factory Default Settings List .............................................................. 131
4.9 Specifications..................................................................................... 135
Index ...................................................................................... 139
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Product Introduction
1.1
Main Features
This product is a Network Camera Management System with the following features:
■ IPv6 Compatible
This product is compatible with IPv6, the next generation of Internet protocol. There are a number of
merits to this, such as, abundant global addresses and security improvement through using IPsec.
■ Camera Privacy Protection with VPN
This product is compatible with PPTP (IPv4) and IPsec (IPv6) for VPN. Security is ensured by
encrypting all camera and PC data connected to this product before it is sent.
■ High speed wireless LAN for IEEE 802.11b/g
802.11g has 2 modes: 1. the 802.11g only mode, and 2. the 802.11g and 802.11b simultaneous mode.
Also, the wireless LAN function can be suspended.
* The numbers displayed are a theoretical maximum for the standard wireless LAN, and not
necessarily the speed when data is actually sent.
■ High speed throughput
Maximum WAN - LAN wired connection speeds of 98 Mbps (IPv4/SmartBits), 77 Mbps (IPv6/
SmartBits), and 16 Mbps (FTP[PPTP]).
■ Automatic Setup
By using this product with Panasonic's network camera (Customer-provided), the camera's automatic
registration function can automatically set up wireless security (encryption WEP setup etc.) and
camera network related settings. (port forwarding setup etc.)
■ Camera Portal
By using this product with Panasonic's network camera (Customer-provided), the camera portal can
list up to 16 camera names and their still images on a monitoring screen. Also, the camera portal page
is set up automatically.
■ Cell Phone Camera Portal
Create a portal page to access your cameras easily from a cell phone. Cameras on location can be
added automatically, and remote cameras can also be added.
■ Camera Status Notification
This product can send an E-mail to your PC or mobile phone, if a camera disconnection is detected.
Note
• LAN <Local Area Network>: A computer network limited to the immediate area, usually the same
building or floor of a building. LAN IP addresses, a.k.a "local IP address" typically begin with
192.168.xxx.xxx.
• WAN <Wide Area Network>: A computer network that spans a relatively large geographical area and
usually includes Internet access. In this manual "WAN" refers to your Local Area Network connected
to this device as well as Internet access provided by your local Internet Service Provider (ISP).
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Introduction
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1.2
Included Accessories
The following items are provided with this product. Additional pieces can be ordered by calling 1-800332-5368.
Main unit ........................1 pc.
AC adaptor..................... 1 pc.
(Cord length: approx. 3 m (9.8
feet))
Order No. PQLV202Y
AC cord ......................... 1 pc.
(Cord length: approx. 1.8 m
(5.9 feet))
Order No. PSJA1069Z
Ethernet® cable (category 5
straight cable).................1 pc.
(Cable length: approx. 1 m
(1.1 yards))
Order No. PQJA10138Z
Stand ............................. 1 pc.
Order No. PQYLHGW502
CD-ROM........................ 1 pc.
(Operating Instructions etc.)
Order No. PSQX3487ZCD
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Installation/Troubleshooting - 1 pc.
Warranty - 1 pc.
Accessories to be Provided by Customer
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Ethernet Cable (category 5 straight cable) - 1 pc.
Network Camera
PC
Operating Instructions
1.3
Product
Introduction
1.3.1
Feature Locations
Front View
POWER Indicator
(see page 10)
WAN Indicator
(see page 10)
PPPoE Indicator
(see page 10)
1.3.2
WIRELESS Indicator
(see page 10)
LAN1-LAN4 Indicators
(see page 10)
Rear View
Diversity Antenna
The antenna rotates 100 degrees
clockwise and counterclockwise,
200 degrees in total.
DC IN Jack
(see Installation/Troubleshooting)
LAN1-LAN4 Jacks
(see Installation/Troubleshooting)
WAN Jack
(see Installation/Troubleshooting)
100 ˚
100 ˚
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Button
(see page 109)
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1.3.3
Indicators
Indicators
Light Color
POWER
Description
This product is turned on.
Green
Red (Blinking)
Green
(Blinking)
WAN
Green
There is a problem with this product.
Remove the AC cord from the outlet, and insert again.
The firmware is damaged.
Download a firmware file (see page 31 - Installation/
Troubleshooting).
This product is successfully connected to a modem or an
Ethernet hub etc.
This product is connected and sending or receiving data.
Green
(Blinking)
LAN1—LAN4
Green
This product is successfully connected to a PC or Ethernet
hub.
This product is sending or receiving data.
Green
(Blinking)
WIRELESS
This product is successfully connected to a wireless device.
Green
This product is sending or receiving data in a wireless LAN.
Green
(Blinking)
This product is not connected to a wireless device.
Orange
No light
PPPoE
The communication mode is set to disabled, and the wireless
LAN is not being used. (see page 47)
PPPoE connection is in progress.
Green
(Blinking)
PPPoE connection is complete.
Green
A PPPoE authentication error has occurred.
Orange
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Accessing This Product
2.1
Functions
2.1.1
Top Page
The top page allows you to select the Setup page or Camera Portal page.
The Camera Portal page displays the images of the camera connected to this product.
Enter "http://bbhgw.webpage:8080" into the
web browser's address bar. (The default port
number is 8080.)
• The user name and password window is
displayed.
2.
Enter New User Name, New Password, and
Retype New Password and click [Save].
• The top page is displayed.
Accessing
This Product
1.
Notes
• It is important to always use your user name and password for authentication when using
this product.
• Access information (user name/password), this product's setup information, application
setup information, logs and other system management information is the responsibility of
the customer. Access to this information should be limited to users or user groups, and third
parties should not be allowed to refer to, modify, delete or copy this information. Information
such as user name, password, setup and management information should be kept
confidential.
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Setup (see page 13)
Camera Portal
(see page 17)
Notes
• In the default settings, it is possible to display the top page by entering "http://192.168.0.254:8080"
into the web browser's address bar.
• When accessing Setup from the top page, an authentication window is displayed (after starting the
web browser, first time only). Log in by entering your user name and password and clicking [OK].
• In order to view the camera images on the Camera Portal page of this product, it is necessary to
have completed a connection with a compatible camera (Customer-provided). See the camera's
Operating Instructions for more details.
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If the top page is not displayed...
• Confirm that "http://bbhgw.webpage:8080" is entered correctly in the address bar (the
default port number is 8080). If the address is correct and the top page is still not displayed
enter "http://192.168.0.254:8080".
• Confirm that the LAN indicator corresponding to the jack connected to this product is on.
• Confirm that the this product's power was turned on before the PC's power was.
• Sometimes it is necessary to set up the web browser's proxy server to access the top page
(see page 122).
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2.1.2
Setup
This page allows you to set up an IPv4 Internet connection using your PC's web browser.
The heading selected on the menu page is displayed on the main page.
The help page describes the operations of each heading.
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4
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24
25
Menu
Main
1 Top:
Displays the top page. (see page 11)
2 Setup:
Displays the setup page. It is possible to set up all operations from
this page. (see this page)
3 IPv6 Setup:
Displays the IPv6 setup page. (see page 16)
4 Camera Portal:
Allows you to view images from the camera registered on this
product. (see page 17)
Basic Setup
5 ISP Registration:
Basic setup to connect to the Internet. (see page 21)
6 Connection Mode:
Sets the connecting ISP. (see page 37)
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7 Camera:
Performs automatic camera registration setup and manual
registration adding and deletion. (see page 39)
8 Wireless:
Sets up wireless LAN motion mode and wireless security. (see page
47)
9 Viewnetcam.com:
Sets up Viewnetcam.com. (see page 55)
Advanced Setup
10 Address Translation:
Translates both the global address on the WAN side (Internet) and
private address on the LAN side, and also performs setup to access
this product's network from an Internet terminal. (see page 57)
11 Security:
Allows you to set up filtering, and control access to this product at
the touch of a button, and automatically saves a log. (see page 63)
12 Options:
Sets up access on the LAN side, and also connection to the Internet.
(see page 74)
13 VPN (PPTP):
By setting a user name and password, this product allows you to
create a VPN (Virtual Private Network) using PPTP (Point-to-Point
Tunneling Protocol). (see page 85)
14 Applications:
This function allows you to register, execute and delete applications
for use with this product. (see page 91)
Maintenance
15 Password:
Modifies the user name and password to access the setup page.
(see page 94)
16 Update Firmware*:
Updates to the latest version of firmware. (see page 95)
17 Save Settings:
Saves and loads settings. (see page 97)
18 Restart:
Restarts this product. (see page 98)
19 Factory Default:
Initializes this product. The settings are returned to the factory
default. (see pages 98 and 109)
20 PPPoE Connection:
Manually starts or stops the PPPoE connection to the ISP. (see page
99)
21 Ping:
Checks that each device with an IP address is connected. (see page
101)
Information
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22 Status:
Displays information such as connection status. (see page 102)
23 Log:
Displays Filtering Log, UPnP Log (general), UPnP Log (CP),
Connection Log, Viewnetcam.com Log, VPN (PPTP) Connection
Log, VPN(IPsec) Connection Log, and Mail Transmission Log. (see
page 105)
24 Support:
Product and support information can be found on the Internet. (see
page 108)
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25 Help:
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Explains about commands and functions on the setup pages. (see
page 108)
To download the latest version of the firmware from Panasonic's support website, it is necessary
to connect to the Internet.
Accessing
This Product
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2.1.3
IPv6 Setup
This page allows you to set up an IPv6 Internet connection using your PC's web browser.
The heading selected on the menu page is displayed on the main page.
The Help page describes the operations of each heading.
1
2
3
4
5
Menu
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Main
1 IPv6 ISP Registration:
IPv6 basic setup to connect to the Internet. (see page 29)
2 IPv6 Security:
Allows you to set up IPv6 filtering, and control access to this
product at the touch of button, and automatically saves a log. (see
page 69)
3 IPv6 Options:
Sets up access on the LAN side, and various other IPv6 options.
(see page 82)
4 VPN(IPsec):
By registering a security policy database, this product allows you to
create a VPN (Virtual Private Network) using IPsec. (see page 87)
5 VPN(IPsec) Connection:
Manually starts or stops the IPsec connection. (see page 100)
Operating Instructions
2.1.4
Camera Portal
This product has a built in web server function. Camera Portal allows you to list up to 16 cameras
names and their still images.
Viewing Camera Images from the LAN (Home) Side
It is possible to view camera images by accessing the camera portal.
Start the web browser.
2.
Enter "http://bbhgw.webpage:port number"
into the web browser's address bar.
• (e.g. http://bbhgw.webpage:80
The default port number is 80. If the port
number is 80, there is no need to enter it.)
• The camera portal is displayed.
• By clicking on the still image, a single
moving image can be displayed.
Accessing
This Product
1.
Notes
• If an exclamation mark is displayed, click it
and the camera's password window is
displayed. Perform the settings on each
page. Setting Allow Access from the
Internet to Enable, displays the camera
images on the Camera Portal over the
Internet. Setting Disable only displays the
camera images on the Camera Portal when
accessing from the LAN side.
(It is displayed when a factory default
camera is connected.)
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If a key mark is displayed, click it and enter
that camera's user name and password.
(If camera authentication has been set up,
the key mark will be displayed.)
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A blue unmarked window is displayed when
the camera is outside operation time. If a
blue unmarked window is displayed even
when the camera is operating, click
[Refresh Camera].
(The blue unmarked window may be
displayed when authentication is being
confirmed.)
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3.
If the camera and this product are
disconnected while sending or receiving
data, a key mark (when camera
authentication is set up) or a blue
unmarked window is displayed. In this
case, after checking that the camera's
power supply and connections are correctly
inserted, click [Refresh Camera].
Click the camera frame you want to access.
• If an authentication window is displayed,
enter the camera's user name and
password. Then the camera image is
displayed.
Notes
• When refreshing the camera portal, click [Refresh Camera] on the Camera Portal page.
• After entering the camera's user name and password and displaying the camera image
once, the camera image will be displayed on the camera portal without the key mark. When
displaying other pages such as setup, the key mark will return, but by clicking it, the camera
image will be displayed without the authentication window.
• Sometimes a camera image on the Camera Portal may not open when clicked, due to a
popup blocker.
Privacy and Image Right
When installing and using this camera, it is the customers responsibility to not infringe on
privacy or copyright rules and regulations.
* It is generally accepted that "Privacy is the legal right to not have one's private life displayed
in public, and the right to have control over one's own personal information. Image right is
the right to not have portraits or photographic images of one's self created by a stranger or
displayed in public".
When camera images are not displayed on the camera portal...
• Check that the WAN indicator and the LAN indicator corresponding to the jack
connected to this product is on.
• Sometimes it is necessary to set up the web browser's proxy server to access the
camera portal (see page 122).
• Check that the power supply was turned on in the following order: modem, this
product, PC.
• When a camera name, an X mark, a blue unmarked window, or a white page is
displayed on the camera portal, click [Refresh Camera].
• When an exclamation mark is displayed on the camera portal, click it. The camera's
password window is displayed.
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Viewing Camera Images from the WAN (Internet) Side
This function allows you to view camera images by accessing the camera portal from the WAN side.
Note
To view camera images from the Internet, it is necessary to connect this product to your modem
and have an Internet subscription. Regarding how to connect to the Internet see Installation/
Troubleshooting and Using the Functions (see page 21 onwards).
1.
2.
Start the web browser.
Notes
• It is possible to check the status of the IP address (WAN) on the setup pages. (see page 102)
• When using this product with a service that is not a static IP service, the IP address
changes. It is recommended that you use the Viewnetcam.com service. (see page 55)
3.
Press [Enter].
• The camera portal is displayed.
Notes
• In order to open an IPv6 camera with an
IPv6 address using the Camera Portal, first,
register the camera's IPv6 address with an
IPv6 compatible DDNS service (e.g.
Viewnetcam.com). Then, register the
camera manually on this product (see page
43), and set it on the Camera Portal.
• In order to use IPv6 your local network,
your ISP must support IPv6. Please contact
your local network administrator or ISP if
you have any questions.
•
If an exclamation mark is displayed, click it
and the camera's password window is
displayed. Perform the settings on each
page. Setting Allow Access from the
Internet to Enable, displays the camera
images on the Camera Portal over the
Internet. Setting Disable only displays the
camera images on the Camera Portal when
accessing from the LAN side.
(It is displayed when a factory default
camera is connected.)
•
If a key mark is displayed, click it and enter
that camera's user name and password.
(If camera authentication has been set up,
the key mark will be displayed.)
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Accessing
This Product
Enter "http:// IP address(WAN) or URL : port
number" into the web browser's address bar.
• (e.g. http://10.75.68.251:80
http://www.example.com:80
The default port number is 80. If the port
number is 80, there is no need to enter it.)
Operating Instructions
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4.
A blue unmarked window is displayed when
the camera is outside operation time. If a
blue unmarked window is displayed even
when the camera is operating, click
[Refresh Camera].
(The blue unmarked window may be
displayed when authentication is being
confirmed.)
If the camera and this product are
disconnected while sending or receiving
data, a key mark (when camera
authentication is set up) or a blue
unmarked window is displayed. In this
case, after checking that the camera's
power supply and connections are correctly
inserted, click [Refresh Camera].
Click the camera frame you want to access.
• If an authentication window is displayed,
enter the camera's user name and
password. Then the camera image is
displayed.
If the camera portal is not displayed...
• Check that "http:// IP address(WAN) or URL : port number" was entered correctly
into the address bar.
• Sometimes it is necessary to set up the web browser's proxy server to access the
website. (see page 122)
• When a camera name, an X mark, or a white page is displayed on the camera portal,
click [Refresh Camera].
Notes
• All user information (video images, still images, Internet contents etc.) is the responsibility
of the customer. Access to this information should be limited to users or user groups, and
third parties should not be allowed to refer to, modify, delete or copy this information.
• When changing the setup of the camera or camera portal, see Using Camera. (see page 39)
• Sometimes a camera image on the Camera Portal may not open when clicked, due to a
popup blocker.
Privacy and Image Right
When installing and using this camera, it is the customers responsibility not to infringe on
privacy or copyright rules and regulations.
* It is generally accepted that "Privacy is the legal right not to have one's private life displayed
in public, and the right to have control over one's own personal information. Image right is
the right to not have portraits or photographic images of one's self created by a stranger or
displayed in public".
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3
Functions
3.1
Using the Functions
3.1.1
Registering ISPs
The ISP registration page allows you to register new
ISPs (see page 22) for this product, edit them, and
delete them (see page 28). Internet connection
methods vary according to the ISP. Select a
connection method referring to the ISP's setup
information.
Consult with your contracted ISP about which connection type to use, or about your service or contract.
Data Entry Field
Connection Type
PPPoE (see page 22)
• ISP Name
• User Name/Password
• Service Name
• Access Concentrator Name
• DNS Server 1/DNS Server 2
• Domain Name
It is necessary to enter the following data when using
PPPoE connection. Enter the user name and
password referring to the ISP's setup information.
Enter the service name, access concentrator name
DNS server 1, DNS server 2, and/or domain name if
specified by the ISP.
DHCP (see page 24)
• ISP Name
• Device Name
• Gateway
• DNS Server 1/DNS Server 2
• Domain Name
When the ISP is using a DHCP server, setup entry is
not essentially necessary. However, sometimes it is
necessary to enter the device name, gateway, DNS
server 1, DNS server 2, and/or domain name. Enter
them referring to your ISP's setup information.
Static (see page 26)
• ISP Name
• IP Address
• Subnet Mask
• Gateway
• DNS Server 1/DNS Server 2
• Domain Name
Enter the IP address, subnet mask, gateway, DNS
server 1, and DNS server 2 specified by the ISP. Enter
the domain name if specified by the ISP.
Functions
*
Description
If it is not necessary to enter information into the data entry field, leave it blank.
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Operating Instructions
PPPoE Connection
Follow the steps below to set up PPPoE connection.
Private address
192.168.0.2
ISP
Modem
Internet
The ISP assigns an IP address
by PPPoE connection.
Private address
192.168.0.1
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1.
Select [ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the ISP registration list.
3.
Select PPPoE.
Operating Instructions
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
Enter User Name and Password, and if
specified by the ISP, enter Service Name,
Access Concentrator Name, DNS Server 1, 2,
and/or Domain Name.
• See the ISP's setup information. To return
to the original settings, click [Cancel].
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Functions
4.
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
•
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
• When instructed by your ISP, change the MTU value. When not instructed, leave it as the
default (1492). (see page 77)
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Operating Instructions
DHCP Connection (Internet Connection using a DHCP Server)
Follow the steps below to set up DHCP connection, where an IP address is automatically allocated by
the ISP.
ISP
Modem
Private address
192.168.0.2
Internet
The ISP's DHCP Server
assigns an IP address.
Private address
192.168.0.1
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1.
Select [ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the ISP registration list.
3.
Select DHCP.
4.
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
If specified by the ISP, enter Device Name*,
Gateway, DNS Server 1, 2, and/or Domain
Name.
• See the ISP's setup information. To return
to the original settings, click [Cancel].
* The device name is sometimes said by the
ISP to be the ID entered into the PC's
Computer Name entry field.
Operating Instructions
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
•
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Functions
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
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Operating Instructions
Static Connection (Internet Connection using a Static IP Address)
It may be necessary, if you are instructed by the ISP, to enter the value of the IP address or gateway
address into setup information.
Private address
192.168.0.2
ISP
Modem
Internet
Static IP Address
An IP address is set based
on information from the ISP.
Private address
192.168.0.1
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1.
Select [ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the ISP registration list.
3.
Select Static.
Operating Instructions
4.
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
Enter the IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway
and DNS server 1, 2, and if specified by the
ISP, enter the Domain Name.
• See the ISP's setup information. To return
to the original settings, click [Cancel].
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
•
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
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Functions
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
Operating Instructions
ISP Deletion
Follow the steps below to delete ISPs from the ISP registration list/IPv6 ISP Registration List.
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1.
Click [Delete] on the row of the ISP you want to
delete.
• The ISP deletion confirmation window is
displayed.
2.
Click [Yes].
• To cancel the deletion click [No].
3.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Operating Instructions
3.1.2
Registering IPv6 ISPs
This heading is only displayed when IPv6 Setup is
selected on the menu. On the IPv6 ISP Registration
List it is possible to register, edit and delete IPv6 ISPs
to connect to this product. Methods of connection to
the IPv6 network are different depending on the ISP.
Select a connection type referring to information from
your ISP.
Consult with your contracted ISP about which IPv6 connection type to use, or about your service or
contract.
Data Entry Field
Connection Type
Tunneling (see page 30)
• ISP Name
• Destination IP Address
• Prefix(LAN)
• IPv6 DNS Server 1/
IPv6 DNS Server 2
• IPv6 Address(WAN)
Enter the Destination IP Address and Prefix(LAN)
specified by the ISP. Enter the IPv6 DNS Server 1,
IPv6 DNS Server 2, and/or IPv6 Address(WAN) if
specified by the ISP.
6to4 (see page 32)
• ISP Name
• Destination IP Address
6to4 is a connection mode being used experimentally
to verify the mutual connectivity of IPv4 and IPv6.
Static v6 (see page 34)
• ISP Name
• IPv6 address(WAN)
• Prefix(LAN)
• IPv6 Default Gateway
• IPv6 DNS Server 1/
IPv6 DNS Server 2
• Domain Name
Enter the IPv6 Address(WAN), Prefix(LAN), IPv6
Default Gateway, IPv6 DNS Server 1, and IPv6 DNS
Server2 specified by the ISP. Enter Domain Name if
specified by the ISP.
Functions
*
Description
If it is not necessary to enter information into the data entry field, leave it blank.
What is IPv6?
• IPv6 is short for "Internet Protocol Version 6".
• IPv6 was created to address the additional IP addresses that will be needed as the Internet
continues to expand.
• IPv6 is expected to gradually replace IPv4, with the 2 coexisting for a number of years during a
transition period.
• Though most ISPs (Internet Service Providers) do not yet support IPv6, many local networks
already use it. When your ISP supports IPv6, your Panasonic Network Camera Management
System will be ready!
• For more information you wish to visit http://www.ipv6.org/.
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Operating Instructions
Tunneling Connection
It is possible to encapsulate IPv6 packets with IPv4 packets and perform IPv6 communication on a
IPv4 network. Take the following steps to set up tunneling connection.
Internet
IPv6
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IPv4
1.
Select [IPv6 ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the IPv6 ISP
registration list.
3.
Select Tunneling.
4.
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
Enter the Destination IP Address and
Prefix(LAN), and if specified by the ISP, enter
the IPv6 DNS Server 1, IPv6 DNS Server 2,
and/or IPv6 Address(WAN).
• See the ISP's setup information. To return
to the original settings, click [Cancel].
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
IPv6
Operating Instructions
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Note
When saving do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Functions
•
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
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Operating Instructions
6to4 Connection
6to4 is a type of tunnel connection which can be used experimentally. 6to4 encapsulates IPv6 packets
with IPv4 packets, and connects to the IPv6 network through the 6to4 relay router. It is not necessary
to subscribe to an ISP for this type of connection. Take the following steps to set up 6to4 connection.
1.
Select [IPv6 ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the IPv6 ISP
registration list.
3.
Select 6to4.
4.
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
Set the destination router's IPv4 Address.
• To return to the original settings, click
[Cancel].
Note
Set a public 6to4 relay router IP address for the destination IP address. The 6to4 relay router
is made public and can search the Internet.
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Notes
• When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed
successfully.
• You must set an IPv4 ISP.
• The WAN side IPv6 global address may change when the WAN side IPv4 global address is
changed, because 6to4 connection is dependent upon the IPv4 global address.
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Operating Instructions
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
•
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
Functions
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Operating Instructions
Static v6 Connection
This function allows you to communicate directly using IPv6. To set up static v6 connection, take the
following steps.
IPv6 Network
ISP
Internet
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1.
Select [IPv6 ISP Registration].
2.
Click [Register/Edit] on the IPv6 ISP
registration list.
3.
Select Static v6.
4.
Enter ISP Name.
• Enter no more than 20 characters. In the
example right, "abcde" has been entered.
5.
Enter the IPv6 Address(WAN), Prefix(LAN),
IPv6 Default Gateway, IPv6 DNS Server 1, and
IPv6 DNS Server2, and if specified by the ISP,
enter the Domain Name.
• See the ISP's setup information. To return
to the original settings, click [Cancel].
6.
When setup is complete, click [Save and Go to
Connection Mode].
• The connection mode page is displayed.
7.
Select the ISP entered in step 4.
Operating Instructions
8.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
9.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
10. Restart the PC.
•
Check that the PC is connected to the
Internet. (see page 36)
Notes
• When registering or editing, restart all PCs connected to the LAN (home) side.
• When adding more PCs after setup has been completed, connect the new PCs to jacks
LAN1 to LAN4 and then restart.
• For deleting IPv6 ISPs, see page 28.
Functions
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Operating Instructions
3.1.3
Confirming Connection to the Internet
Confirming Connection
After the setup for Internet connection is complete, try to access a website. If the website is displayed,
you have successfully connected to the Internet.
1.
Start the web browser.
2.
Enter a website address into the web browser's
address bar
(e.g. http://www.panasonic.com), and press
[Enter].
• The website is displayed.
When a website is not displayed...
• Check that the website address was entered correctly in the web browser's address bar.
• Check that the WAN and LAN indicators corresponding to the WAN and LAN jacks
connected to this product are on.
• Check that the power supply was turned on in the following order: modem, this product,
PC.
• Sometimes it is necessary to set up the web browser's proxy server to access a website
(see page 122).
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Operating Instructions
3.1.4
Managing the Connection Mode
The connection mode page allows you to switch between registered ISPs. On the connection mode
page, connecting ISPs which have been registered, can be selected from the LAN (Home) side to the
WAN (Internet) side.
The two types of connection mode for ISPs connecting to the WAN (Internet) side are [DHCP/Static]
and [PPPoE].
Setting up the DHCP/Static Connection Mode to the WAN (Internet)
Side
Click Connection Mode on the menu page.
• The connection mode page is displayed.
2.
Confirm that DHCP/Static is selected as the
connection mode.
• It is checked as factory default.
3.
Select the ISP on the ISP selection dropdown
list.
4.
Click [Save].
• When setup is complete, the restart
window is displayed.
5.
Click [Restart].
Functions
1.
Data Entry Field
ISP Selection
Select only one ISP to use. It is possible to select an IPv6 ISP if one is
registered.
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Operating Instructions
Setting up the PPPoE Connection Mode to the WAN (Internet) Side
1.
Click Connection Mode on the menu page.
• The connection mode page is displayed.
2.
Select PPPoE as the connection mode.
• ISP Selection is modified.
3.
Select the ISP on the ISP selection dropdown
list.
4.
Click [Save].
• When setup is complete, the restart
window is displayed.
5.
Click [Restart].
Data Entry Field
ISP Selection
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Select only one ISP to use. It is possible to select an IPv6 ISP if one is
registered.
Operating Instructions
3.1.5
Using Camera
The camera page allows you to set up cameras connected to this product.
Usually it is not necessary to set up a camera because the automatic registration function of
Panasonic's Network Cameras sets up the camera name, port number, and IP address automatically.
When changing a camera name, follow the steps on page 42 - changing the setup of automatically
registered cameras. Also, when manually setting up a camera network, register cameras by following
the steps in additional camera registration.
Automatic Setup
Functions
Data Entry Field
Automatic Setup
Select Enable or Disable.
IPv4 Camera
Available Address
Range
Specify one sequenced address range to be allocated to the
camera.
• Be careful that it does not overlap the address allocated by a
server, such as a DHCP/PPTP server.
• The default is 192.168.0.151 - 192.168.0.166.
Port Number assigned
to network camera
Select Single port or By range.
• If By range is selected, the value of the Available Port Range is
automatically allocated.
• Single port can be used in the following situations:
1 When connecting the WAN side to an internal company
network, without using address translation.
2 When using only the LAN without connecting to the WAN
side.
Available Port Range
Specify the camera port number.
• When selecting By range above, it is only possible to specify one
sequenced port number range. It is necessary to have the same
number of port numbers as available address ranges specified
above, so specify the port number range that you will use.
• When selecting Single port above, specify one static port
number.
• The default is 60001-60016.
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Operating Instructions
IPv6 Camera
Port
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Specify the port number for the IPv6 camera.
• The specified port will be provided automatically to IPv6
cameras.
• The default is 80.
Operating Instructions
3.1.6
Registering a Camera Automatically
After connecting this product to a Panasonic Network Camera (Customer-provided), turning the
camera on, and returning the settings to factory default, the camera's network setup (IP address and
subnet mask etc.) and wireless security setup are performed automatically. After the camera is turned
on, this product and the camera exchange information and automatically set up the network. Then, the
camera image is registered on the Camera Portal.
Setup Headings
This Product
Port Forwarding
Camera Registration
Screen Assignment
Camera
Port Number
IP Address
Subnet Mask
Default Gateway
DNS Server Address
SSID (wireless LAN type only)
Encryption Key (wireless LAN type only)
Compatible cameras
(Customer-provided) :
(as of Nov. 2004)
Functions
Indoor type
KX-HCM8
KX-HCM10
KX-HCM250
KX-HCM280
BB-HCM311A
BL-C10A
BL-C30A
Outdoor type
KX-HCM230
KX-HCM270
BB-HCM331A
Connecting the Camera without Using Automatic Setup
•
When registering all cameras manually, see Additional Camera Registration. (see page 43)
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Operating Instructions
Changing the Setup of Automatically Registered Cameras
1.
Click [Camera] on the setup page.
2.
Click Modify/Delete under the Operation
heading.
3.
Set the required fields and click [Modify].
• To delete a registered camera, click
[Delete].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Notes
• With cameras that have the option of enabling images to be accessed from the Internet,
follow the setup guidelines specified in the camera's Operating Instructions.
• The port number and IP address of automatically registered cameras cannot be modified.
• If you click Confirm, the camera image will appear.
• It may not be possible to open an automatically registered IPv6 camera from the WAN side
using the Camera Portal, when using Internet Explorer 6.0 or later. It should be possible to
open it using a browser where you can specify an IPv6 address directly into the URL (e.g.
Mozilla 1.7.1 or later). However, using a browser other than Internet Explorer 6.0 or later is
not under warranty. See page 19 when making camera images accessible from the Internet.
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Operating Instructions
Additional Camera Registration (Registering Additional Cameras
Manually)
Follow the steps below to register additional cameras.
Click Add under the Operation heading.
2.
Enter or Select Camera Name, Camera
network location, Access Control, Port, IP
Address, Host Name, IPv6 Address, Host
Name, and Pre-shared Key if you are using
IPsec, and click [Add].
3.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
4.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
5.
Follow the instructions on page 46 to add the
new camera to the camera portal.
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1.
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Operating Instructions
Notes
• When registering an additional camera, modify the settings on the camera side too. For
details, see the camera's Operating Instructions.
• When registering an additional camera, it is necessary to set port forwarding and/or packet
filtering. Set them manually, referring to pages 58, 66, and 71. Also, when using this product
under a UPnP™ router, even if the settings for top level routing and address translation are
set to Disable, it is necessary to set routing for the other connecting area routers.
• When registering an additional camera, it is necessary to set screen assignment. Set it
manually, referring to page 46.
• Neither the DHCP server's Available Address Range specified in LAN IP Address DHCP
Server in Options, or the Available Address Range specified in PPTP Server Settings found
on the Basic Page of VPN should be set as the IP address range used in the Camera's
Automatic Setup.
• It is possible to set the selected camera portal frame to enable it to be accessed from the
WAN side, but when registering an additional camera manually, further settings such as
filtering (see page 66) or address translation (see page 58) must be performed on this
product. When a camera is automatically registered, filtering settings and address
translation are performed automatically.
• When manually registering a WAN side camera, it is not possible to view the camera images
by clicking Confirm when the camera is Temporarily Saved. Click Confirm after restarting to
view the camera images.
• When setting IPsec, Enable IPsec on the VPN(IPsec) page.
• When camera images cannot be viewed by clicking Confirm after adding an IPv6 camera,
it should be possible to view them using a browser where you can specify an IPv6 address
directly into the URL (e.g. Mozilla 1.7.1 or later). However, using a browser other than
Internet Explorer 6.0 or later is not under warranty.
Data Entry Field
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Camera Name
The camera name should be no more than 16 characters.
Camera network
location
Check either the LAN side or the WAN side according to the
camera's position.
IPv4 Camera
Access Control
Set up the connection so that it is either public or private.
Port
Enter the camera's port number.
IP Address
Enter the camera's IP address.
Host Name
When the WAN side is selected for the camera network location, the
host name can be specified.
IPv6 Camera
Access Control
Set up the connection of the IPv6 camera so that it is either public or
private.
Port
Enter the IPv6 camera’s port number.
IPv6 Address
Enter the camera’s IPv6 address.
Host Name
Enter the host name for the IPv6 camera. The host name can be
specified whether the IPv6 camera is on the WAN side or LAN side.
Operating Instructions
IPsec
Connection between
This Product and a
WAN camera
Select Enable IPsec or Disable IPsec.
Pre-shared Key
When Enable IPsec is selected, enter the Pre-shared key.
Retype Pre-shared Key
Retype the same Pre-shared key as above.
Functions
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Operating Instructions
Screen Assignment
This function allows you to set the format of the camera portal page and set the screen assignment.
1.
Click [Screen Assignment].
2.
Select from Camera Name and Still Image
(refreshing), Camera Name and Still Image,
and Camera Name Only in Screen Format.
3.
Select a camera name from the Camera List
dropdown list, and click on the camera frame
where you want to display it on the Screen
Assignment.
• The selected camera frame is displayed in
orange. When removing a camera from the
Camera Portal, select Remove the camera
from the Camera Portal from the Camera
List dropdown list, and click on the camera
frame you want to remove on the Screen
Assignment.
• To cancel the current selection, click
[Cancel].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• To return to the original settings, click
[Cancel].
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
• The registered camera frame is displayed
in green.
Data Entry Field
46
Screen Format
Select from Camera Name and Still Image (refreshing), Camera Name and
Still Image, and Camera Name Only for the screen format.
Screen
Assignment
This page allows you to re-position the camera images on the camera portal
and register optional cameras. A maximum of 16 camera images can be
displayed on the camera portal.
Operating Instructions
3.1.7
Using Wireless
The wireless setup page allows you to perform settings to connect to wireless LAN and also perform
security settings. The wireless LAN uses radio waves in the same way as a TV or transceiver does,
selects a data channel, and sends/receives data.
The three data sending modes, "802.11b", "802.11b/g", and "802.11g only", each have differing bands
and speeds. The default is all "802.11b/g". Also, it is possible to connect 2 or more wireless devices,
by naming (SSID) a network and using the same SSID and data channels for all of them. Set the same
SSID and data channel* for all devices on the wireless LAN network.
SSID : Panasonic
Data Channel:7
SSID : Panasonic
Data Channel:7
Unable to Connect
SSID : EARTH
Data Channel:6
*
It is possible for wireless devices connected to this product with the same SSID to send/receive
data by searching the data channel automatically.
Note
The default is set as the device-specific SSID and the 13 character 128 bit encryption key. The default
SSID and the 13 character 128 bit encryption key are displayed on the rear of this product.
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Functions
SSID : Panasonic
Data Channel:7
Operating Instructions
1.
Click [Wireless] on the setup page.
2.
Enter the SSID into the data entry field, and
select a Channel.
• See page 49 for information about the
Stealth SSID.
• To return to the original settings, click
[Cancel].
• Enter the same SSID into wireless devices
connected to this product.
• The default SSID is displayed on the rear of
this product.
• Regarding each of the data entry fields, see
page 49.
3.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
4.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Notes
• Setting the stealth SSID function to Disable weakens the security.
• Some data channels may be limited by the wireless LAN card used on the wireless terminal
side. Check the range of data channels available on the wireless LAN card, and set the data
channels on this product accordingly.
• When modifying the SSID of this product after a wireless camera etc. has been registered
automatically, it is necessary to match the wireless camera's settings.
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Operating Instructions
Data Entry Field
Select a wireless network mode from Disable, "802.11b", "802.11b/g" or
"802.11g only".
• Select Disable when you do not want to send/receive wireless data.
• "802.11b" sends/receives data on a 2.4 GHz band. Compatible products
are abundant and low priced. Not only is it easy to use, but it is also
already widespread so it is useful when you want to use your other
wireless devices.
• "802.11b/g" sends/receives data on a 2.4 GHz band. It combines the
features of "802.11b" and "802.11g", and is compatible with both
wireless LAN specifications. It is also easy to introduce into existing
wireless environments.
• "802.11g only" can only send/receive data to and from the 802.11g. If
this product's data sending/receiving mode is set to "802.11g only", it
does not support "802.11b/g" integration mode, but the original
802.11g's capabilities are realized. It is faster and reaches further than
"802.11b/g", so is good to use when sending/receiving data between
floors.
• When using "802.11g only", if other 2.4.GHz band wireless devices
(including the "802.11b" wireless device) exist, the data speed is
reduced.
SSID
A name is given to the network on a wireless LAN. This name is called
SSID.
The SSID can be set on each device connected to the wireless LAN, and
data can only be sent/received to and from devices with the same SSID.
Enter the SSID following the guidelines below. (The device-specific SSID is
already entered in the default settings. It is displayed on the rear of this
product.)
• It is case-sensitive. (e.g. 'ABC' and 'abc' are recognized as 2 different
names.)
• Enter no more than 32 characters.
Stealth SSID
For the wireless LAN device to detect the network, there is a function
whereby the SSID, which is a network identifier, is sent out to surrounding
devices at regular time intervals. If Disable is selected, the wireless LAN
device can detect the network easily. However, unauthorized users can also
find the network and try to connect to it, so there a possible security
weakness. By selecting Enable on the stealth SSID function, it is possible to
use this product to make the network hard to detect for unauthorized users.
When Enable is set, connection through the ANY key can be denied. The
default is set to Enable.
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Wireless
Network Mode
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Operating Instructions
Channel
Sets the channel to receive/send data within the network. Select a channel
between 1 and 11. (The default for 802.11b/g is 7.) When there are multiple
wireless LANs, and the channel numbers overlap in the figure below (for
example, Channel 1 and Channel 4), data speed may be reduced. In that
case select a different data channel.
802.11b/802.11g
Channel 1
Channel 6
Channel 2
Channel 11
Channel 7
Channel 3
Channel 4
Channel 5
Channel 8
Channel 9
Channel 10
2400 MHz
2500 MHz
Notes
• It is necessary to set the same SSID for the wireless device side and this product.
• If necessary, set Encryption and MAC Address Filtering. To encrypt the sending/receiving data,
click Encryption on the Wireless Setup page. (see below) To stop unregistered wireless devices
from connecting to this product, click MAC Address Filtering. (see page 54)
Encryption
This function allows you to encrypt sending/receiving data within the wireless LAN. By encrypting the
data, even if the data was intercepted by an unauthorized user, it would be illegible. Encryption is
performed using the same encryption key for all the registered devices on the wireless LAN.
Always set encryption. If you send unencrypted data, there is a chance that it might be read by a third
party or your PC may be invaded etc.
The type of authentication in encryption is not only Shared Key, but also Open System. Authentication
conversion is done automatically by this product to match the device.
Encryption Key: 1010101010
Intercepted
Encryption Key: 1010101010
Encryption Key: Unknown
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Notes
• The default is set as the device-specific SSID and the 13 character 128 bit encryption key. The
default SSID and the 13 character 128 bit encryption key are displayed on the rear of this product.
• There are 6 types of WEP format: 10 Hexadecimal characters 64 bit, 26 hexadecimal characters
128 bit, 32 hexadecimal characters 152 bit, 5 alpha-numeral characters 64 bit, 13 alpha-numeral
characters 128 bit, and 16 alpha-numeral characters 152 bit.
• Cameras are not compatible with WPA, so select WEP when connecting a camera.
• When modifying the encryption of this product after a camera etc. has been registered
automatically, it is necessary to match the camera's settings.
1.
Click [Encryption].
2.
Select from Disabled, WEP and WPA-PSK/
WPA2-PSK on the Encryption dropdown list.
• If Disabled is selected, click [Save].
<When [WEP] is selected>
Select from 10 hexadecimal characters 64 bit,
26 hexadecimal characters 128 bit, 32
hexadecimal characters 152 bit, 5 alphanumerical characters 64 bit, 13 alphanumerical characters 128 bit, and 16 alphanumerical characters 152 bit in each of WEP
key 1 to WEP key 4's dropdown lists.
4.
In each of WEP key 1 to WEP key 4's blank
spaces, enter the number of hexadecimal ("0""9", "A"-"F", or "a"-"f") or alpha-numerical
characters selected in the dropdown lists, and
check the WEP key number you will use.
Functions
3.
Example
WEP key
10123456789abcdef012345abc
WEP key
20123456789abcdef0123456789abcde 32 hexadecimal characters 152 bit
26 hexadecimal characters 128 bit
WEP key
3012y
5 alpha-numerical characters 64 bit
WEP key
40123456789uvwxy
16 alpha-numerical characters 152 bit
Notes
• After restarting, the setup information will be denoted by asterisks. Before you forget it,
make a note of the information and store it in a safe place.
• Enter the same WEP keys 1 - 4 into the connecting wireless devices, and select the same
WEP key number as in step 4. Regarding the data entry field, see page 52.
•
The encryption key is called Key Index on Windows® XP.
5.
Click [Save].
6.
After checking the setting information, click [Restart].
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Note
The KX-HCM250 and KX-HCM270 wireless LAN headings correspond to the following
headings.
40 bit password entry
5 alpha-numerical characters 64 bit
128 bit password entry
13 alpha-numerical characters 128 bit
40 bit key entry
10 hexadecimal characters 64 bit
128 bit key entry
26 hexadecimal characters 128 bit
Data Entry Field
Encryption
Settings
Select from Disabled, WEP, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK. The method with
the highest security is WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, followed by WEP, then
Disabled. (Factory Default is WEP.)
WEP Key
Safety increases from 64 bit to 128 bit to 152 bit, but as the safety increases
the data speed is reduced slightly. In Windows XP 64 bit is displayed as 40
bit(10 digits), and 128 bit is displayed as 104 bit(26 digits).
(Alpha-numerical 13 characters 128 bit in WEP Key 1 is selected in factory
default.)
Note
When modifying the encryption setup of this product after a wireless camera etc. has been registered
automatically, it is necessary to match the wireless camera's settings.
<When [WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK] is selected>
3.
For the Network key, enter between 8 and 63
alphanumeric characters, or 64 hexadecimal
characters.
Notes
• Setup details are displayed as * (asterisks) after restarting this product. Always take a
memo of your setup details and keep it in a safe place.
• Set the same network key for wireless devices connected to this product. See page 53 for
details about the data entry fields.
• The renewal interval is only applicable when AUTO or WPA-PSK(TKIP) is selected.
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4.
Set the Renewal interval and Data encryption.
5.
Click [Save].
Operating Instructions
6.
After checking the setting information, click
[Restart].
Data Entry Field
Select from Disabled, WEP, and WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK. The method with
the highest security is WPA-PSK/WPA2-PSK, followed by WEP, then
Disabled. (Factory Default is WEP.)
Network key
Enter between 8 and 63 alphanumeric characters, or 64 hexadecimal
characters. When encrypting, it is necessary to set the same network key
on the device receiving the data. The set network key is only displayed
once, so make a note of it if necessary.
Renewal interval
Set the interval for refreshing the encryption key.
• Set a value between 30 and 604800 seconds. 604800 seconds is the
equivalent of one week.
Data encryption
Select from WPA-TSK(TKIP), and WPA2-PSK(AES), and AUTO.
• WPA-PSK(TKIP)
TKIP can prevent WEP key analogy, spoofing and data falsifying, by
dynamically changing the WEP key, and has better security than WEP.
• WPA2-PSK(AES)
AES is a next generation encryption method appointed by the National
Information System for Science and Technology (NIST), and has better
security than TKIP.
• AUTO
Allows this product to switch between TKIP and AES automatically, to
match the terminal.
Notes
• When modifying the encryption setup of this product after a wireless camera etc. has been
registered automatically, it is necessary to match the wireless camera's settings.
• When this product is using WPA-PSK(TKIP), if connected wireless devices have the same network
key, they may be able to connect to this product using either the TKIP or AES encryption.
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Encryption
Operating Instructions
MAC Address Filtering
PCs that are not registered with this product cannot connect to this product. On the LAN card of each
PC, a MAC address is registered, which is specific to that LAN card. If that MAC address is registered
in MAC Address Filtering, only the PC with that MAC address can connect. To check the MAC address
of your PC see Checking your PC's IP Address and MAC Address. (see page 123)
Note
See the Panasonic Support Website (http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/) for more
details about Panasonic's wireless cameras.
Registered MAC Address:
01:23:45:ab:cd:ef
MAC Address:
01:23:45:ab:cd:ef
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MAC Address:
56:78:90:56:78:90
Unable to Connect
1.
Click [MAC Address Filtering].
2.
Click Add under the Operation heading.
3.
Enter the MAC Address in the data entry field.
• Enter two numbers or letters such as A-F
(a-f) each time, separated by a : (e.g.
01:23:45:ab:cd:ef).
4.
Click [Add].
5.
Check Enable under MAC Address Filtering.
6.
Click [Save].
7.
After checking the setting information, click
[Restart].
Operating Instructions
3.1.8
Using Viewnetcam.com
Viewnetcam.com allows you to view images form the WAN (Internet) side. Obtain the URL from the
Viewnetcam.com service, and view camera images by accessing the camera portal. Take the steps
below, to view camera images from the WAN side.
Notes
• Viewnetcam.com is a free service.
• When connecting to the Internet using a Static connection, access the camera portal using the IP
address registered in this product's [Basic Setup]. It is not necessary to register for the
Viewnetcam.com service.
1.
Click [Viewnetcam.com] on the setup page.
2.
Select Enable.
3.
Enter the E-mail Address for registration in the
Your E-mail Address data field.
4.
Click [Save].
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the Setup Page,
click it.
• The top page is displayed.
6.
Click Setup.
• The setup page is displayed.
7.
Click [Viewnetcam.com].
• The Personal URL and Your Account Link
are displayed.
Note
It may take up to 30 minutes for the Personal
URL and Your Account Link to be displayed.
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Notes
• When the camera is already registered for the Viewnetcam.com service, do not perform
registration again.
• The Viewnetcam.com server will send a welcome E-mail to the E-mail address entered
during registration.
Operating Instructions
8.
Click Your Account Link.
9.
By following the Viewnetcam.com registration
instructions, you can register this product with
Viewnetcam.com.
10. Enter the URL displayed in Personal URL into
the web browser of a PC that is connected to
the Internet.
(e.g. "http://camXXXX.viewnetcam.com")
• The camera portal is displayed.
Note
The Personal URL can be used after registering with the Viewnetcam.com service.
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3.2
Using Advanced Setup
3.2.1
Accessing this Product from the Internet
The address translation page allows you to perform detailed settings in order to translate the WAN
(Internet) side's global address and the private address, and access this product's network from the
Internet. Set these when enabling the IP masquerade function and the port forwarding function used,
for example, when starting up a mail server. When using applications that support UPnP™ (Windows/
MSN® Messenger etc.), see pages 79 and 110.
Click [Address Translation] on the setup page.
2.
Select Enable or Disable.
3.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
4.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Functions
1.
Note
When performing address translation, set up the network for all PCs connected to this product,
and restart the PC.
Data Entry Field
DHCP/Static
Set up when the IP masquerade and port forwarding functions are enabled.
When using these functions, check [Enable].
PPPoE
Set up when the IP masquerade and port forwarding functions are enabled.
When using these functions, check [Enable].
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Operating Instructions
Address Translation
Port Forwarding
When data is sent from a PC on the WAN (Internet) side to the LAN (Home) server using an
application, a packet is sent out to this product. The packet contains a port number used by the
application, and is forwarded to a specified PC. In order to use this port forwarding function, verify
which port number the application uses, enter it into the forwarding port no. entry field, and the enter
the applicable PC's IP address into the forwarding IP address entry field.
Regarding principal applications and port numbers
Web server: TCP No. 80, FTP server: TCP No. 20 and No. 21
Telnet: TCP No. 23, SMTP server: TCP No. 25, POP3 server: TCP No. 110
Port number translates to a specified address
192.168.0.3:25
.101: 25
Port
number
Sends E-mail
.101: 80
192.168.0.2:80
Refers to Website
Mailer
Internet
Address of this product
Web browser
.101:
Web server
(TCP Port:80)
192.168.0.2
E-mail server
(TCP Port:25)
192.168.0.3
Notes
• When installing a separate server on the LAN (Home) side, it is necessary to give it a different port
number from the port number for the camera portal of this product (factory default: 80). Modify the
port number for the camera portal of this product in Options. (see page 74)
• Up to 16 settings can be registered.
Example:
When making a website accessible by starting up a web server on a PC with a private address of
192.168.0.2, enter the TCP protocol, port number:80 (HTTP service port number), and 192.168.0.2
(private address).
When starting up a mail server on a PC with a private address of 192.168.0.3, enter the TCP protocol,
port number:25 (HTTP service port number), and 192.168.0.3 (private address).
Example:
Notes
• Set up a TCP/IP referring to Stabilizing the PC's IP Address. (see page 126)
• The device registered as the forwarding IP address in port forwarding can be accessed from the
Internet through the registered protocol and port.
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Operating Instructions
Data Entry Field
Operation
Allows you to Modify/Delete the parameters of each heading.
Entry
Select Enable or Disable. When Enable is selected, the entry functions as if
set on a table (protocol, forwarding port, forwarding IP address). When
Disable is selected, even if the other headings are set they will not function.
They will function, however, if Enable is re-selected.
No.
Enter the entry number. Entries are processed from the lowest number.
Protocol
Select a protocol to be used when sending/receiving data over the Internet.
It is possible to select from TCP, UDP, TCP & UDP, ESP, GRE and " ". " "
selects all the protocols.
Forwarding Port
No.
Specify a port that can be used when sending/receiving data over the
Internet. Specify a forwarding port between 0 and 65535.
• When you only want to use one port, enter that port number.
• When entering a range, enter "-" in between the numbers. For example,
when you want to use port numbers 2000 to 3000, enter "2000-3000".
The number on the left should be lower than the number on the right.
Forwarding IP
Address
Set the private address for the PC(s) connected to this product. Data from
the Internet will be sent under this IP address. Stabilize this IP address on
compatible PCs.
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Note
When setting up the table, there is a possibility of illegal access to the forwarding port from the Internet.
For safety, only set it when required.
Operating Instructions
How to Add Entries
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1.
Click Port Forwarding on the Address
Translation page.
2.
Click Add under the Operation heading.
• The port forwarding registration page is
displayed.
3.
Under each heading set Entry, No., Protocol,
Forwarding Port No., Forwarding IP Address.
• If Enable is checked in Entry, the specified
entry is enabled. If Disable is checked, the
entry will not function but the settings will
not be deleted to make it easier to set up
next time.
• Regarding the other headings, see the data
entry field. (see page 59)
4.
Click [Add].
• The port forwarding page is displayed, and
the added information field will be
highlighted in orange.
5.
Click [Save].
• The restart window indicating that setup is
complete is displayed.
6.
Click [Restart].
Operating Instructions
How to Modify/Delete Entries
Click Port Forwarding on the Address
Translation page.
2.
Select the No. you want to modify or delete in
port forwarding, and click Modify/Delete under
the operation heading.
• The port forwarding registration page is
displayed.
3.
When you want to modify the settings, click
[Modify], when you want to delete the settings,
click [Delete].
• The port forwarding page is displayed.
• After modification, the modified information
field will be highlighted in orange and the
settings will have changed.
• After deletion, the deleted information field
will be highlighted in orange and Unsaved
Deletion is displayed.
4.
Click [Save].
• The restart window indicating that setup is
complete is displayed.
5.
Click [Restart].
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Operating Instructions
The DMZ Function
The DMZ (De-militarized Zone) function allows destination unknown packets sent from the WAN
(Internet) side to the LAN (Home) side, to be forwarded to an IP address specified in the DMZ
function's settings. Packets sent by the DMZ function are forwarded to the registered IP address after
being passed through all the security filters.
DMZ Function
1.
Click Port Forwarding on the Address
Translation page.
2.
Select Enable from the drop-down list in Entry,
and enter the forwarding destination IP
address into the DMZ function's Host IP
Address field.
Notes
• The IP address registered at the forwarding destination should be the same as the IP
address on the LAN.
• The DMZ function on this product can forward data to an IP address of a device connected
to the LAN (Home) side using port forwarding. The IP address filters registered at the
forwarding destination are disabled. The DMZ function of this product does not split the
network into segments. Therefore, in the unlikely event that the forwarding destination IP
address is attacked, there is a chance that other devices connected to the LAN side have
also been attacked. Bear this in mind when using this system and take safety precautions.
• When using the DMZ function, set Address Translation to Enable. (see page 57)
• The DMZ function is not compatible with the Camera Portal (No.TCP80[Default]), Setup
(No.TCP8080[Default]), and the PPTP server function (No.1723[GRE]). Also, when IPv6
Tunneling Connection or IPv6 6to4 Connection is being used, the IPv6 protocol (Protocol
No. 41) is not compatible with the DMZ function.
3.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
4.
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When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Operating Instructions
3.2.2
Improving Security
This function allows you to limit access to this product and set up filtering easily. When performing
security setup, a filtering log is saved in the default settings. The saved log is displayed as a threecharacter abbreviation. (see page 64)
Functions
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Operating Instructions
Data Entry Field
64
Easy Security Settings
It is possible to easily set up firewalls, which appear frequently, and
are very important in terms of security. The default settings are
oriented to the highest possible level. Only change them if essential.
•
Access by private IP
addresses are
rejected in both
directions.
Display when saving log: P-P
When the source of an incoming (from WAN side) and destination of
an outgoing (to WAN side) packet is a private address, access to this
product is prohibited. In factory default settings Access by private IP
addresses are rejected in both directions and Log Output are both
checked.
•
Access by NetBIOS/
File sharing/Printer
sharing/PC remote
access are rejected in
both directions.
Display when saving log: SHR
Prohibits the access in both ways of packets sent/received when files
or printers are shared on Windows. In factory default settings Access
by NetBIOS/File sharing/Printer sharing/PC remote access are
rejected in both directions and Log Output are both checked.
Access Control
• Setup pages
Settings to limit access to this product from the WAN side.
Display when saving log: W-C
It is possible to select either Administrator Only or Restricted Access
for access to Setup from the WAN side. In factory default settings
Restricted Access and Log Output are both checked.
•
Display when saving log: W-P
It is possible to select either None, Administrator Only or Restricted
Access for access to Camera Portal from the WAN side. In factory
default settings None and Log Output are both checked.
Camera Portal
Stealth Mode
• Stealth Mode can
hide this product from
WAN (Internet).
Display when saving log: STL
It is possible to set this product to not respond to Pings etc. from the
WAN (Internet) side. Therefore it can escape the attacker's existence
verification produced by Pings etc. It will also not respond to UDP/
TCP port scans. In factory default settings Stealth Mode can hide
this product from WAN (Internet) and Log Output are both checked.
•
Display when saving log: STL (Ident)
When clients try to send/receive E-mail, There is E-mail server that
authenticates E-mails to/from clients. This authentication uses
recognition protocol, which uses TCP port number 113. The
authentication level is relatively low so there are not many cases
where clients are unable to send/receive E-mails. In factory default
settings Regard the Ident Packet as an Exception and Log Output
are both checked.
Regard Ident packet
as an exception
Intrusion Detection
When using the intrusion detection function, check the field under
each heading.
•
Display when saving log: SPI
If a packet being received from the WAN side is inspected, and
judged to be a corrupt packet, it is intercepted. By comparing the
packet to static filtering (packet filtering through header information),
Internet data can be sent more safely. In factory default settings
Stateful packet inspection (Dynamic packet filtering) is enabled and
Log Output are both checked.
Stateful packet
inspection (Dynamic
packet filtering) is
enabled
Operating Instructions
•
Attack Detection is
enabled
Display when saving log: DoS
Harmful data from the WAN side is detected, and the packet is
intercepted. A detection record is noted in the log.
The following types of attacks can be detected:
• TCP Scan
• UDP Scan
• ICMP Echo
Notes
• If the log output heading is unchecked, a log will not be recorded.
• In order to improve security, it is necessary to manage your current software and update firmware
as appropriate.
Priority of Security Functions
In order for this product to combat various types of illegal access from the Internet, it is equipped with
the following security functions:
[Prioritization (top to bottom)]
• Packet Filtering (see page 66)
• Easy Security Settings (see page 63)
• Stealth Mode (see page 64)
These functions are executed in the above order. At each level the packet is either passed or
intercepted.
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Note
When using the DMZ function (see page 62), the security function cannot be executed for DMZ
terminal packets.
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Operating Instructions
Packet Filtering
By specifying the IP address, port and protocol parameters, it is possible to either pass or intercept IP
packets that are being received. If the parameters are set effectively they can be used as a security
measure. Filtering is processed from the smallest entry no. up. For an explanation of each heading in
filtering, see below.
1.
Click [Packet Filtering] on the security setup
page.
2.
Click Add under the Operation heading.
3.
Set the necessary headings and click [Add].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Notes
• You must click [Save] after setting the filtering parameters.
Data Entry Field
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No.
Select an entry no. between 1 and 64. Packet filtering is processed from the
smallest entry no. up. If an entry is already registered, it will be overwritten
by the new entry.
Operation
Click Add to add a new filtering setting. To modify or delete a filtering setting
click Modify/Delete. The setup page will open and you can add, modify or
delete settings by entering the data and clicking the appropriate button.
Entry
Enable or Disable this entry.
Operating Instructions
Type
Select Permit (if it conforms to the parameters it will be passed) or Prohibit
(if it conforms to the parameters it will be intercepted).
Direction
Select W
L (filtering when receiving from WAN) or L
sending to WAN).
Source IP
Address/Prefix
Length
Set the packet source IP address to be filtered.
• When specifying only 1 IP address, enter the IP address and its subnet
prefix length.
• When specifying an IP address range, enter the network address in the
IP address field, and the network prefix number in the prefix length field.
For example, when specifying an network address of 192.168.0.0/16,
enter 192.168.0.0 in the IP address field, and 16 in the prefix length
field.
• If " " is entered in the IP address field, all packets are filtered.
Note
When specifying an IP address range, even if this product's IP address
is included in the range, this product will not be filtered. When you want
to filter this product, it is necessary to enter " " or the code for this
product (local) in the IP address data field.
Source Port
Set the packet source port to be filtered.
• When using only 1 port, enter the port number.
• When entering a range, enter "-" in between the numbers. For example,
when you want to use port numbers 2000 to 3000, enter "2000-3000".
The number on the left should be lower than the number on the right.
• If " " is entered, all packets are filtered.
Destination IP
Address/Prefix
Length
Set the packet destination IP address to be filtered. Entry is the same as for
the source IP address.
When you want to specify this product, enter "local".
Destination Port
Set the packet destination port number to be filtered. Entry is the same as
for the Source Port.
Protocol
Select a protocol to be used when sending/receiving data. It is possible to
select from TCP, UDP, TCP & UDP, ICMP, ESP, GRE and " ". " " selects
all the protocols.
Log Output
Set whether to display the temporarily saved packet information on the
[Filtering Log].
Functions
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Operating Instructions
Modifying or Deleting Filtering Headings
1.
Click Packet Filtering on the security setup page.
2.
Click Modify/Delete under the operation heading of the filter you want to modify or delete from
the filtering parameters list.
3.
Click [Modify] to modify, or [Delete] to delete the selected heading.
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page, click it.
Changing the Priority of Filtering Headings
Packet filtering is processed starting from the smallest entry no. To change the priority of filtering
headings, on Change of Priority on the filtering setup page, enter the heading entry no. you want to
move in the left data field, the destination entry no. in the right data field, and click [Move]. Then, click
[Save] and when [Restart] is displayed on the setup page, click it.
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3.2.3
Improving IPv6 Security
This function allows you to limit IPv6 connection access to this product and set up filtering easily. In
Factory Default Settings, a filtering log is saved when security setup is performed. The saved log is
displayed as a three-character abbreviation. (see below)
Functions
Data Entry Field
IPv6 Easy Security
Settings
It is possible to easily set up firewalls, which appear frequently, and
are very important in terms of security. The default settings are
oriented to the highest possible level. Only change them if essential.
•
Access by Direct
Hosting of SMB is
rejected in both
directions.
Display when saving log: SHR
Rejects access in both directions by Direct Hosting of SMB. In
factory default settings Access by Direct Hosting of SMB is rejected
in both directions and Log Output are both checked.
•
Access by port used
by RPC is rejected in
both directions.
Display when saving log: SHR
Rejects access in both directions by the port used by RPC. In factory
default settings Access by port used by RPC is rejected in both
directions and Log Output are both checked.
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Operating Instructions
•
Communication using
global addresses
other than the
allocated global
address is forbidden.
Display when saving log: GOR
Prohibits communication using global addresses other than the
allocated global address. The allocated global address contains an
IPv6 side WAN address, and IPv6 addresses which have a LAN side
prefix/prefix length. In factory default settings Communication using
global addresses other than the allocated global address is
forbidden and Log Output are both checked.
IPv6 Stealth Mode
• Stealth Mode can
hide this product from
WAN (Internet) side
IPv6 network.
Display when saving log: STL
It is possible to set this product to not respond to IPv6 Pings etc.
from the WAN (Internet) side. Therefore it can escape the attacker's
existence verification produced by IPv6 Pings etc. It will also not
respond to UDP/TCP port scans. In factory default settings Stealth
Mode can hide this product from WAN (Internet) side IPv6 network
and Log Output are both checked.
•
Display when saving log: STL (Ident)
When clients try to send/receive E-mail, There is E-mail server that
authenticates E-mails to/from clients. This authentication uses
recognition protocol, which uses TCP port number 113. The
authentication level is relatively low so there are not many cases
where clients are unable to send /receive E-mails. In factory default
settings Regard Ident packet as an exception and Log Output are
both checked.
Regard Ident packet
as an exception
IPv6 Intrusion
Detection
When using the intrusion detection function, check the box next to
each heading.
•
IPv6 Stateful packet
inspection (Dynamic
packet filtering) is
enabled.
Display when saving log: SPI
If a packet being received from the WAN side is inspected, and
judged to be a corrupt packet, it is destroyed. By comparing the
packet to static filtering (packet filtering through header information),
Internet data can be sent more safely. In factory default settings IPv6
Stateful packet inspection (Dynamic packet filtering) is enabled and
Log Output are both checked.
•
IPv6 Attack Detection
is enabled.
Display when saving log: DoS
Harmful data from the WAN side is detected, and the packet is
destroyed. A detection record is noted in the log.
The following types of attacks can be detected:
• TCP Scan
• UDP Scan
• ICMP Echo
Notes
• If the log output heading is unchecked, a log will not be recorded.
• In order to improve security, it is necessary to manage your current software and update firmware
as appropriate.
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Priority of Security Functions
In order for this product to combat various types of illegal access from the Internet, it is equipped with
the following security functions:
[Prioritization (top to bottom)]
• IPv6 Packet Filtering (see below)
• IPv6 Easy Security Settings (see page 69)
• IPv6 Stealth Mode (see page 70)
These functions are executed in the above order. At each level the packet is either passed or
destroyed.
IPv6 Packet Filtering
This function allows you to filter only IPv6 packets. By specifying the IPv6 address, port and protocol
parameters, it is possible to either pass or intercept IPv6 packets that are being received. If the
parameters are set effectively they can be used as a security measure. Filtering is processed from the
smallest entry no. up. For an explanation of each heading in filtering, see page 72.
Click [IPv6 Packet Filtering] on the security
setup page.
2.
Click Add under the Operation heading.
3.
Set the necessary headings and click [Add].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Functions
1.
Notes
• You must click [Save] after setting the filtering parameters.
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Data Entry Field
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No.
Select an entry no. between 1 and 64. Packet filtering is processed from the
smallest entry no. up. If an entry is already registered, it will be overwritten
by the new entry.
Operation
Click Add to add a new filtering setting. To modify or delete a filtering setting
click Modify/Delete. The setup page will open and you can add, modify or
delete settings by entering the data and clicking the appropriate button.
Entry
Enable or Disable this entry.
Type
Select Permit (if it conforms to the parameters it will be passed) or Prohibit
(if it conforms to the parameters it will be intercepted).
Direction
Select W
L (filtering when receiving from WAN) or L
sending to WAN).
Source IPv6
Address/Mask
Length
Set the source IPv6 address of the packet to be filtered.
• When specifying only 1 IPv6 address, set the prefix length to 128. For
example, when setting 2002:C0A8:1234:0123:4567:89ab:cdef:0123/
128, enter 2002:C0A8:1234:0123:4567:89ab:cdef:0123 into the IPv6
address field and 128 into the prefix length field.
• When specifying an IPv6 address range, usually set the prefix to a value
less than 64. For example, when setting 2002:C0A8:1234::/48, enter
2002:C0A8:1234:: into the IPv6 address field and 48 into the prefix
length field.
• If " " is entered in the IPv6 address field, all packets are filtered.
Note
When specifying an IPv6 address range, even if this product's IPv6
address is included in the range, this product will not be filtered. When
you want to filter this product, it is necessary to enter " " or the code for
this product (local) in the IPv6 address data field.
Source Port
Set the source port of the packet to be filtered.
• When using only 1 port, enter the port number.
• When entering a range, enter "-" in between the numbers. For example,
when you want to use port numbers 2000 to 3000, enter "2000-3000".
The number on the left should be lower than the number on the right.
• If " " is entered, all packets are filtered.
Destination IPv6
Address/Mask
Length
Set the destination IPv6 address of the packet to be filtered. Entry is the
same as for the source IPv6 address. When you want to specify this
product, enter "local".
Destination Port
Set the destination port number of the packet to be filtered. Entry is the
same as for the Source Port.
Note
The port numbers (53, 80[camera portal page], 1723, 8080[setup
page]), are used by this product. Set a different port number.
W (filtering when
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Protocol
Select a protocol to be used when sending/receiving data. It is possible to
select from TCP, UDP, TCP & UDP, ICMPv6, ESP, and " ". " " selects all
the protocols. ICMPv6 can set the type number.
Note
When selecting ICMPv6, the ICMPv6 type number may cause problems
to the network.
Log Output
Set whether to display the temporarily saved packet information on the
[Filtering Log].
Modifying or Deleting Filtering Headings
1.
Click IPv6 Packet Filtering on the security setup page.
2.
Click Modify/Delete under the operation heading of the filter you want to modify or delete from
the filtering parameters list.
3.
Click [Modify] to modify, or [Delete] to delete the selected heading.
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page, click it.
Packet filtering is processed starting from the smallest entry no. To change the priority of filtering
headings, on Change of Priority on the filtering setup page, enter the heading entry no. you want to
move in the left data field, the destination entry no. in the right data field, and click [Move]. Then, click
[Save] and when [Restart] is displayed on the setup page, click it.
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Changing the Priority of Filtering Headings
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3.2.4
Using Options
The options setup page allows you to set LAN (Home) settings and WAN (Internet) access settings. It
is possible to set the following 7 headings: LAN IP Address DHCP Server, PPPoE, DNS Relay, MTU
Size, Routing, UPnP, and MAC Clone.
Only modify Options when it is essential. Take the following steps to modify Options.
1.
Click [Options] on the setup page.
• See next page for details of each heading.
2.
Select a setup heading at the top of the page.
3.
Enter the modified data in the data entry field.
• To return to the original settings, click
[Cancel].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Notes
• When modifying options, set the PC(s) connected to this product accordingly, then restart
the PC(s).
LAN IP Address DHCP Server
LAN IP Address setting
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LAN IP Address
You can enter the LAN (Home) side's IP address. The default factory
setting is 192.186.0.254. The IP address should not overlap neither
the Available Address Range in DHCP setup, the PPTP server's
Available Address Range specified in PPTP Server Setup found on
the basic page of VPN, or the Available Address Range specified in
Automatic Setup on the Camera setup page.
Subnet Mask
Enter the LAN (Home) side subnet mask.
Port No. of Setup pages
Enter a port number for the Setup pages. Use a port number less
than 65535. However, the numbers 1-1023 (excluding 80) because
they are well-known ports, and 53, 1723, and 10000 because they
are used by this product, cannot be used.
Port No. of Camera
Portal
Enter a port number for the Camera Portal. Use a port number less
than 65535. However, the numbers 1-1023 (excluding 80) because
they are well-known ports, and 53, 1723, and 10000 because they
are used by this product, cannot be used.
Note
When changing the LAN side network, for example, to 192.168.1.254, change the Available Address
Range in Automatic Setup in Camera accordingly.
DHCP Server
Functions
Devices connected to the LAN (Home) side are automatically assigned an IP address when using the
DHCP server function.
DHCP Server
Devices connected to the LAN (Home) side are automatically
assigned an IP address. The default setting is set to Enable. When
setting IP address for all the devices connected to LAN side
manually, select Disable. When modifying DHCP server settings,
modify the IP addresses of each PC.
Available Address
Range
When using the DHCP server function, enter the private address
range in the data entry field. The maximum amount of characters is
128. Do not modify this unless necessary.
Static DHCP
The DHCP static function allows you to stabilize the IP address assigned to the PC by registering the
PC's MAC address.
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The window (right) is displayed by clicking Add.
Static DHCP
Select Enable or Disable. When Enable is selected, the entry table
stabilizes the IP address set in the table, on the PC with the MAC
address set in the table. When Disable is selected, even if the other
headings are set they will not function. They will function, however, if
Enable is re-selected.
IP Address (LAN)
Enter the IP address that you want to stabilize of the corresponding
PC.
MAC Address
Enter the LAN card's MAC address of the corresponding PC. Enter
two numbers or letters between A-F (a-f) each time, separated by a
colon, ":" (e.g. 01:23:45:ab:cd:ef).
PPPoE
This function allows you to connect/disconnect PPPoE connection, when using it to connect with an
ISP. When the charge for Internet access is metered according to the contract with your ISP, select
Manual Connection.
The window (right) is displayed by clicking PPPoE.
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Always
Connected whenever the power is turned on. This is the default
setting. You can disconnect manually on the PPPoE connection
page. (see page 99)
Manual
Only connected when Connect is selected on the PPPoE connection
page. (see page 99) To disconnect PPPoE connection, click
Disconnect on the PPPoE connection page.
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DNS Relay
When stabilizing the IP address of a PC connected to the LAN (Home) side, it is necessary to enter
the DNS server address into the PC for it to connect to the Internet. DNS relay shortens this
troublesome process. Due to DNS relay, this product can inform PCs on the LAN (Home) network of
its existence like a DNS server. Regarding DNS inquiries from the LAN (Home) side, this product
contacts a specified DNS server on the WAN (Internet) side, on its behalf. Then it sends the reply back
to PCs on the LAN (Home) side.
The setup page is displayed by clicking DNS Relay.
Note
When connecting a DNS server to the LAN (Home) side, do not use DNS relay.
Enable
This product sends/receives data to and from PCs on behalf of a
DNS server.
The default is set to Enable.
When stabilizing a PC's IP address, enter this product's IP address
(192.168.0.254) into the PC's DNS server address field.
Disable
The DNS relay function will not work. When stabilizing a PC's IP
address, enter the DNS server address into the PC's DNS server
address field.
MTU Size
The setup page is displayed by clicking (MTU Size).
Note
Data speed may be vastly reduced depending on the MTU settings.
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MTU is the largest possible packet that can be sent. The larger the value of MTU the bigger the packet
can be, which is forwarded in one go. However, if the value of MTU is too big, the packet may be split,
and forwarded in several parts. As a result, the forwarding speed is reduced. Usually, this product sets
an appropriate MTU value automatically. Only modify it when necessary.
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Routing
This Function allows you to set dynamic routing and static routing.
The setup page is displayed by clicking Routing.
Dynamic Routing Setup
LAN
Allows you to set Send & Receive, Receive only, Send only, and
Disable for path information held by this product, for RIP supporting
devices on the LAN (Home) side. The default is set to Disable.
WAN
When sending path information to the WAN (Information) side, LAN
side information can be seen from the outside. It is possible to select
Send & Receive, Receive only, Send only, and Disable. The default
is set to Disable.
Static routing
Apart from dynamic routing which is determined automatically, up to 4 stable routing destinations can
be set. This allows the building of several subnetworks and the setting of a flexible routing system.
1.
Click Routing in Options.
2.
Set Entry, Destination IP Address, Netmask,
Gateway, and Metric, in Static Routing
3.
Click [Save].
• The restart window indicating that setup is
complete is displayed.
4.
Click [Restart].
Data Entry Field
Entry
Specifying Enable in this heading enables the static routing setting
set previously. Select Disable if you do not want to use static routing.
Even if Disable is selected the entered settings will not be deleted.
Destination IP Address
Enter the IP address of the destination host or network.
Netmask
Enter the netmask for the destination IP address.
Gateway
Enter the gateway IP address.
Metric
Select the Metric value from the dropdown list. Metric is the number
of routers that the packet will pass through.
Note
The destinations set in static routing are limited to the gateway IP address on this product's network.
However, gateways connected to WAN side ports using DHCP or PPPoE cannot be set as a static
routing forwarding destination.
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UPnP™
This product allows you to use UPnP™ compatible applications and UPnP™ compatible devices. The
UPnP™ function is compatible with PCs that use a wired or wireless connection. Regarding the use
of UPnP™ supporting applications (Windows/MSN Messenger etc.) see page 110.
Click UPnP in Options.
2.
Set Enable/Disable for UPnP.
3.
Set a time for Automatic deletion of UPnP port
mapping (IGD).
• This function allows you to set a time to
delete the port opened dynamically by
Messenger supporting functions. Set a time
(hour) between 1 and 24 hours. If Indefinite
is selected, the port will not be deleted
automatically. In this case, it is necessary to
manually delete the port, either by
restarting this product, or clicking [Delete
Table] on the UPnP™ Port Mapping Table
on the status page.
4.
Set the Time Setup for UPnP Port Open
Request (CP).
• Set the time to open a port for forwarding a
packet to a UPnP™ compatible router
connected to the WAN side of this product.
If Request a Specified Time or Indefinite is
selected, first, a request is made to the
UPnP™ compatible router for a port to be
opened for a specified time, but if that
request is denied, indefinite is requested. If
Request an Indefinite Time is selected,
indefinite is requested from the start.
Functions
1.
Notes
• Once a port has been registered, and the deleting time set above has passed, the port will
be deleted. No matter whether the application is being used or not, when the specified time
is reached the port is closed.
• When using an application intermittently for over 24 hours, such as voice chat, set the timer
to indefinite. It is necessary to manually delete the port either by restarting this product, or
clicking Delete Table on the UPnP Port Mapping Table on the status page. (see page 103)
• You may have to set the Time Setup for UPnP Port Open Request (CP) to Request an
Indefinite Time, depending upon the UPnP™ compatible router connected to the WAN side
of this product.
5.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
Note
When saving, do not cut the power supply. If cut, saving might not be completed successfully.
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6.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Notes
• When modifying address translation settings, also set the PCs connected to this product, and
restart the PCs.
• When setting Automatic deletion of UPnP™ port mapping to indefinite, the external port opened in
UPnP™ will not close without instruction from the application. From a security perspective, when
using Windows/MSN Messenger, set the timer to delete the port automatically.
Also, when using Windows/MSN Messenger and the port is deleted by timer, shutdown Windows/
MSN Messenger once first before trying to sign in again. Windows/MSN Messenger will not
operate without once shutting down first.
• When this product is working under a UPnP™ supporting router connected to the WAN side,
sometimes the IGD function does not work in this product's security settings, which is due to the
router's specifications. Set the stealth mode settings of this product to Disable. (see page 64)
Working Under a UPnP™ Supporting Router
CP Function
The CP function allows you to control the port mapping of a UPnP™ supporting router connected to
the WAN side (hereinafter known as 'Top router'). A device with this function is called a CP (Control
Point). This function is enabled for cameras registered on this product.
Notes
• Even if the Top router supports UPnP™, it may not work due to the Top router's specifications.
• When the settings for filtering sent data from WAN to LAN through the Top router have been set,
sometimes access from the Internet to the Camera Portal and cameras connected to the LAN side
is denied. It is necessary to modify the filtering settings of the Top router.
• When the Top router web server is using port number 80, either modify the Top router settings, or
change the port number of this product's web server to a number other than 80 (e.g. 8081). (see
page 74)
When changing this product's web server's port number, specify the new port number in the web
browser's address bar. (e.g. "http://WAN_side_IP_address:8081")
• Sometimes the CP function does not work, due to the Top router's specifications.
Display of UPnP™ Related Information
UPnP™ Log
Information about port mapping performed by Windows/MSN Messenger on this product is displayed.
It is necessary to set the IGD function on UPnP™ on the options page to Enable in advance.
Information about request logs performed by Windows/MSN Messenger on this product is displayed,
most recent first. It can hold up to 400 logs. If 400 logs is exceeded, old logs will be deleted. Also, when
this product is restarted, UPnP™ log information will be deleted.
Regarding methods of checking the UPnP™ logs, see page 105.
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MAC Clone
You can clone the MAC address of your PC's network adapter onto this product.
A MAC address is a 12-digit code assigned to a unique piece of hardware for identification. Some ISPs
require that you register the MAC address of your PC's network adaptor, which was connected to your
cable or DSL modem during installation.
To enable MAC address cloning, enter your adaptor's MAC address in the New MAC address field, and
click [Save].
To disable MAC address cloning and the keep the default setting, click [Cancel].
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3.2.5
Using IPv6 Options
This function allows you to perform detailed IPv6 settings on this product. Only modify these settings
if essential. You may need specialist knowledge when performing these settings.
The options setup page allows you to set LAN (Home) settings and WAN (Internet) access settings. It
is possible to set the following 3 headings: IPv6 Address(LAN)/RA, Link MTU size, and Routing.
When necessary, take the following steps to modify Options.
1.
Click [IPv6 Options] on the setup page.
• See next page for details of each heading.
2.
Select a setup heading at the top of the page.
3.
Enter the modified data in the data entry field.
• To return to the original settings, click
[Cancel].
4.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
• The entered information is saved.
5.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
Note
When modifying IPv6 options, set the PC(s) connected to this product accordingly, then restart
the PC(s).
IPv6 Address(LAN) RA
IPv6 Address(LAN)
IPv6 Address(LAN)
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Sets this product's LAN IPv6 link local address. The default setting is
fe80::254.
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RA(Router Advertisement)
RA
Sets whether to Enable or Disable the sending of RA from this
product to the LAN side. Usually, it is not necessary to change this
setting. The default setting is Enable.
Notes
• Please note that when Disable is selected, sometimes the IPv6 network of IPv4/IPv6 cameras (BBHCM311A etc.) cannot be set.
• The RA is disabled when the WAN side IPv6 global address is not assigned.
Link MTU size
This function allows you set the WAN side IPv6 link MTU size. Link MTU size is the maximum packet
size that can be sent within the IPv6 network segment.
The setup page is displayed by clicking Link MTU size.
IPv6 connection
Functions
You can set the IPv6 link MTU size to between 1280 and 1500 bytes.
Do not change this setting unless necessary. The default setting is
1500.
Notes
• Data speed may be vastly reduced depending on the link MTU settings.
• Some set values may not be used depending on the connection type.
Routing
This function allows you to set dynamic routing and static routing.
The setup page is displayed by clicking Routing.
IPv6 Dynamic Routing
LAN
Allows you to set Send & Receive, Receive only, Send only, and
Disable path information held by this product, for RIPng supporting
devices on the LAN (Home) side. The default is set to Disable.
WAN
When sending path information to the WAN (Internet) side, LAN side
information can be seen from the outside. It is possible to select
Send & Receive, Receive only, Send only, and Disable. The default
is set to Disable.
Note
Please note that this product's LAN network information is made accessible to the WAN side when
either Send & Receive or Receive only are selected.
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IPv6 Static Routing
This product allows you to set 4 stable gateways, as well as automatically selecting dynamic routing.
Therefore it is possible to build several networks working under this product, and set a flexible routing
system.
1.
Click Routing in Options.
2.
Set Entry, Destination IPv6 Address, Gateway,
I/F and Metric, in IPv6 Static Routing.
3.
Click [Save].
• The restart window indicating that setup is
complete is displayed.
4.
Click [Restart].
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Entry
Specifying Enable in this heading enables the static routing setting
set previously. Select Disable if you do not want to use static routing.
Even if Disable is selected the entered settings will not be deleted.
Destination IPv6
Address
Enter the IPv6 address and prefix to be routed.
Gateway
Set the IPv6 address of the next router on the route after this
product.
I/F
Set the I/F where the gateway exists.
Metric
Set the number of hops to be made to reach the Destination IPv6
Address. Enter a number between 1 and 255.
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3.2.6
Using VPN (PPTP)
This product allows you to create a VPN (Virtual Private Network) using PPTP (Point-to-Point
Tunneling Protocol). A VPN is private network that is as safe as an exclusive line and travels through
the Internet. Using this function, camera images from PCs in far away places can be viewed safely.
See page 119 when performing these settings.
Note
When connecting a PPTP Client to the LAN side of this product, set this product's PPTP Server to
Disable.
ISP
Internet
PPTP tunnel
This Product
(PPTP Server)
(e.g. BB-HCM311A)
PC
PC
(PPTP Client) (PPTP Client)
Check Enable by PPTP Server.
2.
Enter the User Name and Password and click
[Save].
• The restart window indicating that the user
name and password have been set is
displayed.
3.
Click [Restart].
• After the window that indicates that this
product will restart, the top page is
displayed.
Functions
1.
Data Entry Field
PPTP Server
Select Enable or Disable.
Available Address
Range
An IP address is assigned from the PPTP server when connected.
The maximum available address range is 4. It should not overlap the
IP address used in DHCP (see page 74). Factory default is set to
192.168.0.100 - 192.168.0.103.
User Name/Password
Enter a user name and password. 4 sets can be registered.
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Note
The PPTP client connecting to this product's PPTP server only supports Windows XP or Windows
2000 PPTP clients.
Options
This function allows you to set up an authentication method and encryption method.
1.
Check MS-CHAP or MS-CHAPv2 are used; or
Only MS-CHAPv2 is used, in Authentication
Method Setup.
2.
Check either None, MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128
bit are permitted; MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128 bit
are permitted; or MPPE 128 bit is permitted, in
Encryption.
3.
When setup is complete, click [Save].
4.
When [Restart] is displayed on the setup page,
click it.
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Authentication
This function allows you to specify a password authentication
method. When PPP connected, the MS-CHAP and MS-CHAPv2 use
an encryption authentication method whereby the user name and
password are encrypted and authenticated. The MS-CHAP
authenticates encrypted data in one direction, from the client to this
product only. Whereas the MS-CHAPv2 authenticates data traveling
in both directions, so is even more secure than the MS-CHAP. Select
MS-CHAP or MS-CHAPv2 are used; or Only MS-CHAPv2 is used.
The default is set to MS-CHAP or MS-CHAPv2 are used.
Encryption
This function allows you to specify an encryption method for the
main body of the message. MPPE encrypts VPN connection data
using PPTP. There are two encryption methods, which are MPPE
128 bit (strong) and MPPE 40 bit (standard), and data security
between this product and the PPTP connection is consolidated.
Check either None, MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128 bit are permitted;
MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128 bit are permitted; or MPPE 128 bit is
permitted. The default is set to MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128 bit are
permitted.
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3.2.7
Using VPN (IPsec)
This function allows you to construct a VPN using IPsec when communicating using IPv6. A VPN is
private network that is as safe as an exclusive line and travels through the Internet. You may need
specialist knowledge when performing these settings.
Internet
This Product
IPsec Tunnel
This Product
PC
PC
PC
Click Add under the Control heading.
• The Destination Information page is
displayed.
2.
Enter the necessary data and click [Add].
• After restart is performed, the top page will
be displayed.
• Up to 10 databases can be registered.
3.
Check Enable next to IPsec.
• Either the initiator or responder of this
product will operate.
4.
Click [Save].
5.
Click [Restart].
Functions
1.
PC
Notes
• After adding a Security Policy Database, ensure that IPsec is set to Enable before saving.
• IPsec can only be used with IPv6.
Security Policy Database Registration
Up to 10 security policy database entries can be made.
Data Entry Field
Database Name
Enter a name for the IPsec database.
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Entry
Selecting Enable, enables the entered IPsec settings. When you do
not want to use IPsec select Disable. Even if Disable is selected the
entered settings will not be deleted.
Pre-shared Key
Sets the pre-shared key. Enter between 8 and 64 alphanumeric
characters. The secret shared key used in IPsec is created based on
the pre-shared key, so do not let third parties know your pre-shared
key. This is in order to maintain communication security.
Destination IPv6 WAN
address
Sets the other party's WAN IPv6 global address.
Destination LAN
network
Set the other party's LAN network prefix and prefix length. Set a
global prefix for the prefix. Also, make sure that this product's LAN
side network is a different network from the destination's LAN side
network. Please note that a link local address cannot be set.
Options Setup
Sets detailed IPsec-related settings. (see page 89)
• An example of Destination IPv6 WAN address / Destination LAN network setup
IPsec Connection: Example 1
Destination IPv6 WAN address
2001:1002::
Destination LAN Network 2:
2001:1002:
::/64
Own LAN Network 1:
2001:1001:
::/64
Enter "2001:1002::
Enter "2001:1002:
" for the Destination IPv6 WAN address.
::", prefix length "64" for the Destination LAN network.
IPsec Connection: Example 2
In the example below, IPsec will not operate because the two networks are the same.
Own LAN Network 1:
2001:1001:
::/64
2001:1002::
Destination LAN Network 2:
2001:1001:
::/64
Notes
• The prefix length of the destination LAN network
When the destination is this product, set the prefix length as below.
•
88
–
Tunneling, Static v6 Connection:
Set the prefix length set on LAN side prefix.
–
6to4 Connection:
Set the prefix length to 48.
When viewing images from an IPv6 compatible camera (e.g. BB-HCM311A) via a destination
router when connected using IPsec, set the camera's network (IPv6) to Enable for Access from the
Internet. For more details see the camera's Operating Instructions.
Operating Instructions
IPsec Options Setup
It is possible to perform detailed IPsec connection settings. Usually they do not need to be modified.
You may need specialist knowledge when performing these settings.
Functions
Basic
ID
Set an ID indicating your identity. You can set an IPv6 Address or
Domain Name. If a Domain Name is set, set the Conversion Mode to
Aggressive.
Domain Name
When your ID is a Domain Name, set it here.
Own LAN Network
Select All or Specify packet source IP addresses. When All is
selected, the packets of all global addresses on the LAN side, are
encapsulated using IPsec. When Specify is selected, the packets of
specified global addresses on the LAN side, are encapsulated using
IPsec.
LAN Network
When Own LAN Network is set to Specify, set the source network
address (prefix) of the packets to be encapsulated.
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Phase 1 Setup
Conversion Mode
Set the IKE phase 1 conversion mode to Main or Aggressive. The
key conversion procedure for Aggressive is simpler but security is
slightly reduced.
Life Time
Set the IKE SA lifetime. The time must be set between 5 minutes and
2400 hours.
Proposal Entry
Set whether to Enable or Disable this proposal. Proposals that are
disabled will not be proposed.
Proposal Encryption
Set the method of encryption used in phase 1. Select an encryption
method from DES, 3DES, AES (128 bit), AES (192 bit), and AES
(256 bit).
Proposal Hash
Set the authentication algorithm (hash). Select from MD5 and SHA1.
Proposal DH Group
Set the DH (Diffie-Hellman) group used in phase 1. Select between 1
and 2. DH group 2 is has increased security compared to DH group
1, but group 1 is not weak.
Phase 2 Setup
Life Time
Set the IPsec SA lifetime. The time must be set between 5 minutes
and 2400 hours.
PFS
Set whether to turn on PFS (Perfect Forward Security) in phase 2.
Select from Enable DH Group 2, Enable DH Group 1, and Disable.
When Enable Group 2 is selected, the Diffie-Hellman exchange is reperformed in phase 2, and DH Group 2 creates a secret shared key.
When Enable Group 1 is selected, the Diffie-Hellman exchange is reperformed in phase 2, and DH Group 1 creates a secret shared key.
When Disabled is selected, the secret shared key created in phase 1
is used in phase 2. Security is increased when PFS is enabled rather
than disabled.
Proposal Entry
Set whether to Enable or Disable this proposal. Proposals that have
Disable set will not be proposed.
Proposal Encryption
Set the method of encryption. Select from an encryption method
from DES, 3DES, AES (128 bit), AES (192 bit), AES (256 bit) and
NULL.
Proposal Hash
Set the authentication algorithm (hash). Select from MD5, SHA-1,
and None (authentication algorithm not used).
Notes
• When the conversion mode is set to Aggressive, both IPsec devices must have the same DH group
set.
• When connecting an IPsec camera to the WAN side, the conversion mode must be set to Main.
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3.2.8
Using Applications
This product, apart from the basic programs (firmware) that control the camera, has an application
platform function.
* The Panasonic Support Website is located at http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/
netwkcam/.
Note
This product comes with the Camera Status Notification and Cell Phone Camera Portal applications
pre-installed.
Registering Applications
Click [Applications] on the setup page.
2.
To choose an application, click [Browse...].
• The Choose File dialog box is displayed.
3.
Select the application you want to install from
the file list, and click [Open].
• The selected file is displayed in the File
Name field.
4.
Click [Start].
Functions
1.
After an application has been registered,
it is displayed on the Application list.
Note
These applications are only available when using IPv4 and not IPv6.
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Operating Instructions
Application List
1 Executes disabled applications. (see below)
2 Disables applications. (see below)
3 It may be necessary to change settings
depending on the application. (see the
Instructions for each application)
4 Deletes applications. (see below)
1
2
3
4
Controlling and Deleting Applications
1.
Click [Applications] on the setup page.
2.
Select an application and click either [Disable],
[Setup] or [Delete].
• When deleting, a confirmation dialog box is
displayed. Check whether the application is
correct and click [Yes].
• See the Instructions of each application for
more information on the Setup page.
Executing Disabled Applications
1.
Click [Applications] on the setup page.
2.
Select an application and click [Execute].
Notes
• In default settings the applications are disabled. To start an application click
[Execute].
• When this product is restarted, applications will remain in the current status (executed or
disabled).
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Operating Instructions
Application E-mail
This function allows you to set mail forwarding used in the application platform function.
• This setting may be necessary depending on the application.
1.
Click [E-mail Setup for Applications].
2.
Set each heading and click [Save].
3.
Click [Restart].
Data Entry Field
Enter the sent mail (SMTP) server's address*1 or host name (1-255
characters)*2.
POP3 Server IP
Address or Host Name
Enter the received mail (POP3) server's address*1 or host name (1255 characters)*2.
Login ID
Enter the received mail (POP3) server's login ID.*3
Password
Enter the received mail (POP3) server's password.*3
Reply E-mail Address*2
Enter the return destination's (sent source) E-mail address. It is
recommended that you enter the administrator's E-mail Address.
Destination E-mail
Address 1 - Destination
E-mail Address 5*2
Up to 5 E-mail destinations can be set.
Functions
SMTP Server IP
Address or Host Name
*1 Set 4 numbers (0-255) and 3 periods, in the form of 192.163.0.253 (However 0.0.0.0 or
255.255.255.255 cannot be used.)
*2 Only alphanumeric characters can be used. However, [Space], ["], ['], [#], [&], [%], [=], [+], [?], [<],
[>], and [:] cannot be used.
*3 When POP3 authentication is required during mail forwarding, set it, checking with the network
administrator or ISP.
Note
SMTP authentication is not supported.
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Operating Instructions
3.3
Managing This Product
3.3.1
Changing The Password
This function allows you to change the password for access to the Camera Portal and the setup page.
1.
Click [Password] on the setup page.
2.
Enter a new User Name (6 - 15 characters) in
the User Name data field in either the Setup
Pages or Camera Portal.
3.
Enter a new Password (6 - 15 characters) in the
Password data field, then re-enter in the
Retype Password data field.
• You can set one password in Setup Pages
and up to 4 in Camera Portal.
Notes
• When re-entering the password, do not use the copy or paste functions.
• User names and passwords are case-sensitive.
4.
Click [Save].
• When password modification is complete,
the window on the right will be displayed.
•
If the entered password is incorrect, the
window on the right will be displayed.
If you forget your user name and password...
Push the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button and initialize this product. (see page 109)
Settings will return to the default state. Re-set the user name and password.
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3.3.2
Updating Firmware
To prevent leaks of customer information, illegal operation of this product, interference or involuntary
shutdown etc, update firmware regularly. The most recent firmware file can be found on Panasonic's
Support Website (http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/).
Before using the update firmware function, download the firmware file to your PC. See the support
website for more details.
When downloading an old firmware version, the setup information may be reset to factory default. See
Release Note for more details.
Click [Update Firmware] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Browse...] to select the firmware file.
• The Choose file window is displayed.
3.
Select the firmware file you want to install from
the file list, and click [Open].
• The selected file is displayed in the File
Name field of the update firmware page.
4.
Click [Start].
• Firmware is updated.
Note
When updating firmware do not cut the power supply. If cut, the update might not be completed
successfully.
(If the power is inadvertently cut, the power indicator will blink green the next time power is
turned on. Re-update firmware referring to The POWER indicator is blinking green (see page
31) in Installation/Troubleshooting).
•
•
When the firmware update is complete, this product will automatically restart.
If the firmware update was not completed successfully, an error message will be displayed.
(see table below)
Notes
• It may be necessary to initialize settings after updating firmware. See Panasonic's Support Website
for details. Push the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button to re-initialize. (see page 109)
• When using the DHCP server function (see page 74), restart all the LAN (Home) side PCs
connected to this product.
Error Message
Incorrect file
Cause and Remedy
The firmware file you have selected is invalid for this product. Select
a valid file. See the explanation (readme.txt etc.) attached to the file,
and check that it is compatible with this product's software version.
(see page 102) When it is not compatible, download a more recent
firmware file, which is compatible with the software version from
http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/en/netwkcam/.
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Functions
1.
Operating Instructions
Error Message
Out of Memory
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Cause and Remedy
The built-in memory of this product is reduced due to load
processing.
After restarting this product, re-update the firmware.
Operating Instructions
3.3.3
Saving Settings
This function allows you to save setup files, and load the saved files.
Save Settings
1.
Click [Save Settings] on the setup page.
2.
Click Creating a configuration file.
• The download wizard window is displayed.
3.
Specify the Location and File name, and Save.
Note
Applications cannot be saved.
Load Settings
Click [Save Settings] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Browse...] to select the file to be loaded.
• The Choose File window is displayed.
3.
Select the file to be loaded from the file list, and
click [Open].
• The selected file is displayed in the File
Name field of the loading settings page.
4.
Click [Load].
5.
Click [Reboot].
• This product is restarted.
Functions
1.
Notes
• When the file you are attempting to load is damaged or invalid, an error message is
displayed.
• After loading settings, all applications are disabled. Execute the application function on the
setup page.
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Operating Instructions
3.3.4
Restarting
When restarting, this product's setup information is saved.
1.
Click [Restart] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Restart].
• This product is restarted.
Notes
• When using the DHCP server function (see page 74), restart all LAN (Home) side PCs
connected to this product.
• When this product is restarted, applications will remain in the current status (executed or
disabled).
3.3.5
Initializing The Settings
This function resets all settings to the factory default. (see page 131)
1.
Click [Factory Default] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Factory Default].
• All settings are reset.
Notes
• When using the DHCP server function (see page 74), restart all LAN (Home) side PCs
connected to this product.
• Applications cannot be reset to factory default. When resetting factory default, all
applications are disabled. Execute the application function on the setup page.
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3.3.6
Using PPPoE Connection
This function allows you to manually connect/disconnect the PPPoE connection to your ISP. When
cutting this product's power supply, manually disconnect the PPPoE connection before doing so. If the
power is turned off before PPPoE is manually disconnected, it may take some time to re-connect once
the power has been turned back on.
Connecting PPPoE
1.
Click [PPPoE Connection] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Connect] to start PPPoE connection.
Disconnecting PPPoE
1.
Click [PPPoE Connection] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Disconnect] to disconnect.
Session keep-alive function
This product has a session keep-alive function. This is when using the always mode of PPPoE
connection, if connection with the ISP's server is disconnected for some reason, the session keep-alive
function automatically tries to regain connection. This function also has the following characteristics:
• It is enabled during always connection mode. During manual connection mode, it will not connect
automatically.
• It will try to regain connection after 1, 2, 3....9, 10 minutes, and every 10 minutes after that.
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Functions
Notes
• This function can be used irrespective of the type (always or manual) of PPPoE connection.
• If PPPoE is disconnected from the WAN (Internet) side, this product cannot be re-accessed
from the WAN side.
Operating Instructions
3.3.7
Using VPN (IPsec) Connection
This function allows you to manually connect and disconnect VPN (IPsec) connection.
Connecting VPN (IPsec)
1.
Click [VPN (IPsec)] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Connect] to start VPN (IPsec)
connection.
Disconnecting VPN (IPsec)
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1.
Click [VPN (IPsec)] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Disconnect] to disconnect.
Operating Instructions
3.3.8
Confirming Network Connection
The Ping function allows you to check if each device on the WAN (Internet) side or LAN (Home) side
is connected to this product on a TCP/IP network. When a device is connected successfully, Success!
is displayed.
1.
Click [Ping] on the setup page.
2.
Enter the IP address (e.g. "192.168.0.1") or
host name of the device you would like to
check.
• Click [Cancel] to return the IP address or
host name fields to a blank field.
3.
Click [Ping].
• When a device is connected successfully,
the window on the right is displayed.
•
When there is no response from the
specified IP address, the window on the
right is displayed.
Functions
Notes
• Even if the website can be accessed, sometimes it cannot respond to the Ping.
• When the host name cannot be found in the DNS, "XXX is not found" is displayed.
• An IPv6 address cannot be entered.
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3.4
Getting Information
3.4.1
Getting Network Information
This page displays information that is useful when contacting an authorized servicenter, such as
Network Status, UPnP Port Mapping Table and Camera Status.
Network Status and IPv6 Network Status
These pages show hardware and software version information for IPv4 and IPv6 connections. This
information is useful when contacting an authorized servicenter.
1.
Click [Status] on the setup page.
• When displaying IPv6 Network Status, click
IPv6 Setup on the menu page before
clicking Status.
2.
Click [Display] Network Status.
• Click [Display] IPv6 Network Status for IPv6
network information.
Note
When [Save] at the bottom of the page is clicked, the file download window is displayed. Specify
the Location and File Name, and save the contents displayed.
UPnP™ Port Mapping Table
UPnP™ port mapping information registered on this product is displayed. Up to 128 pieces of
information can be displayed. When restarting this product, UPnP™ port mapping registration
information is deleted.
UPnP™ port mapping information can be checked by following the steps below:
1.
Click [Status] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] UPnP Port Mapping Table.
Headings Displayed
Registered UPnP™ port mapping information
No.
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The maximum number of UPnP™ port mapping registrations is 128.
Two types of status are shown below:
1 When IGD in UPnP in Options is set to Enable, No. of Current
Registrations/128 is displayed in the No. column.
2 When IGD in UPnP in Options is set to Disable, 0/128 is
displayed in the No. column.
Operating Instructions
Status
Displays whether port mapping is enabled or disabled.
Client
The client's IP address is displayed.
Protocol
The protocol, which is subject of the set information, is displayed.
Either TCP or UDP is displayed.
External Port
The external (WAN side) port number in the set port information is
displayed.
Internal Port
The client side's port number in the set port information is displayed.
Remote Host
When the client requests additional ports from a specified network
device, the device's host IP address is displayed. If there is no
access control, " " is displayed.
Valid Time (sec)
When an valid time is set for the registered UPnP™ port by the
client, that valid time is displayed in seconds. When an valid time is
not set, indefinite is displayed.
Time Stamp
The time when the client first registered using UPnP™ is displayed.
The time is calculated based on the PC's clock. If the time looks
incorrect, adjust your clock's settings.
Explanation
Information sent from applications is displayed.
1.
Click [Delete Table] on the UPnP port mapping
table page.
• A window indicating that the table has been
deleted is displayed.
Notes
• Even if Windows/MSN Messenger is shutdown, UPnP™ port mapping can sometimes
remain. Therefore, when the number of UPnP™ port mapping registrations exceeds the
maximum of 128, those new registrations are ignored and Windows/MSN Messenger
cannot be used. In that case, delete the port mapping table once.
• When the registered UPnP™ port mapping information is deleted and the connection is cut
while Windows/MSN Messenger is activated, shut Windows/MSN Messenger down once
and restart it again. Windows/MSN Messenger will not work by simply signing in again.
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Deleting UPnP™ port mapping registered information
This function allows you to delete the UPnP™ port mapping table registered on this product. The whole
of the table will be deleted by clicking the delete table button.
Take the following steps to delete the registered UPnP™ port mapping table:
Operating Instructions
Camera Status
This function displays the registered information of cameras connected to this product. The maximum
number of cameras is 16. These are cameras that have been setup automatically. The information for
cameras setup manually is not displayed. Take the following steps to check the camera information.
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1.
Click [Status] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] Camera Status.
Operating Instructions
3.4.2
Viewing Logs
This function displays the various logs created by this product. The logs are displayed from the most
recent first, and when full, they are deleted and replaced by new logs.
Notes
• It is important to always use your user name and password for authentication when using this
product.
• Access information (user name/password), this product's setup information, application setup
information, logs and other system management information is the responsibility of the customer.
Access to this information should be limited to users or user groups, and third parties should not
be allowed to refer to, modify, delete or copy this information. Information such as user name,
password, setup and management information should be kept confidential.
• The log time is calculated based on the clock of the PC that monitors the log. If the time looks
incorrect, adjust your clock's settings and re-display the log.
• When restarting, log information is deleted.
• By clicking [Save] at the bottom of each display page, the file download window is displayed.
Specify the Location and File Name, and Save the contents displayed.
Filtering Log and IPv6 Filtering Log
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] Filtering Log.
3.
Click [Reload] to display the latest log page.
• To delete a recorded log, click [Delete].
Note
When the filter number of the log is displayed as "P-P", "SHR", "W-C", "W-P", "STL", "STL
(Ident)", "SPI", "DoS", or "GOR", easy security settings filtering is being displayed. See pages
64 and 69 for more details.
UPnP™ Log (General) and UPnP™ Log (CP)
The UPnP™ logs (general) function allows you to display a list of logs of port mapping additions,
deletions, and failures. The UPnP™ logs (CP function) function allows you to display a list of logs of
UPnP™ CP function port mapping additions, deletions, and failures. The maximum number of saved
logs and the maximum number of logs on one page is 400.
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] UPnP Log.
3.
Click [Reload] to display the latest log page.
• To delete a recorded log, click [Delete].
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Functions
This function allows packet information to be registered, if the packet is processed by the entry
checked in [Log Output] on the packet filtering page. Packet information such as filter number, status,
direction, and source/destination port number, up to 4000 pieces of information can be viewed. When
connecting using IPv6, it is possible to view IPv6 filtering logs.
Operating Instructions
Headings Displayed
No.
This is the log number. Numbers are attributed from the most recent.
Timestamp
The time when this product performed the port operation is
displayed. The time is calculated based on the PC's clock. If the time
looks incorrect, adjust your clock's settings.
Event
The content of the port operation is displayed. The message
displayed is one of the following:
• [Port addition]: Port was added.
• [Port addition failure]: Port was not added.
• [Port removal]: Port was deleted.
• [Port removal (by user operation)]: Port was deleted by the user.
• [Port removal failure]: Port was not deleted.
• [All port removal (by user operation)]: All ports were deleted by
the user.
• [Auto port removal (by user operation)]: The time set in Automatic
deletion of UPnP port mapping has passed.
• [Auto port removal (by application setting)]: The time specified by
the application in use has passed.
• [Port addition failure (only permanent)]: Port was not added.
• [Port addition failure (require same port for internal/external)]:
Port was not added.
Client (IP Address, Port)
The client side's IP address and port number in the specified port
information is displayed.
Protocol
The protocol for the specified information is displayed. TCP or UDP
is displayed.
External Port
The external (WAN side) port number in the specified port
information is displayed.
Connection Log
The connection, disconnection and authentication logs during PPPoE or DHCP connection are
displayed. You can check the connecting IP address in the connection log. 100 logs can be displayed
on 1 page and 400 can be recorded in total. When there are more than 100 logs, select the page
number at the bottom of the page and search for the required log.
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1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] Connection Log.
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Viewnetcam.com Log
This function allows you to display data communication logs to/from the Viewnetcam.com server. 100
logs can be displayed on 1 page and 400 can be recorded in total.
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] Viewnetcam.com Log.
VPN (PPTP) Connection Log
This function allows you to register up to 400 VPN (PPTP) Logs. 100 logs can be displayed on 1 page
and 400 can be recorded in total.
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] VPN (PPTP) Connection Log.
This function allows you to view the history of mail transmission. 100 logs can be displayed on 1 page
and 400 can be recorded in total.
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] Mail Transmission Log.
VPN (IPsec) Connection Log
This function allows you to view the VPN (IPsec) logs. 100 logs can be displayed on 1 page and 400
can be recorded in total.
1.
Click [Log] on the setup page.
2.
Click [Display] VPN (IPsec) Connection Log.
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Mail Transmission Log
Operating Instructions
3.4.3
Support
The support function allows you to get product and support information from the Internet.
1.
Click [Support] on the menu page.
2.
Click the URL for product information or
support information.
• The website is displayed.
Example of support information website
3.4.4
Help
The help function explains each heading on the setup page.
1.
Click [Help] on the setup page.
2.
Select the heading you want to research.
Note
You can also view help by clicking on each heading on that setup page.
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Other Information
4.1
Factory Default
There is a FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button on the rear of this product. Push this button to initialize
the settings.
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button
4.1.1
Factory Default
If you have forgotten your password or want to return the settings to factory default (see page 131),
push the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button for 1 second.
4.1.2
Restart
When the power indicator is blinking red (see Installation/Troubleshooting on page 30), restart this
product. Removing the AC plug from the outlet and re-inserting it, allows you to restart this product
without any effect on the settings.
Notes
• When using the DHCP server function (see page 74), restart all LAN (Home) side PCs connected
to this product.
• When this product is restarted, applications will remain in the current status (executed or disabled).
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Other
Information
Notes
• Pushing the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button will delete the current settings and return them to
the default settings.
• When using the DHCP server function (see page 74), restart all LAN (Home) side PCs connected
to this product.
• Initializing using the FACTORY DEFAULT RESET button and Factory Default on the menu page
perform the same operation.
• Applications cannot be initialized. When initializing this product, all applications are disabled.
Execute the application function on the setup page.
Operating Instructions
4.2
UPnP™ Setup on your PC
This product allows you to use applications and devices that support UPnP™. The UPnP™ function
can be used from either a wire-connected PC or wirelessly connected PC.
UPnP™
Conforming to UPnP™ Forum IGD (Internet Gateway Device), UPnP™ is compatible with the NAT
traversal function*. Therefore, Windows/MSN Messenger can be used simultaneously on several PCs
connected to the LAN side of this product.
* NAT traversal function
This is a series of functions that, after a network recognition application detects that it is working
under the NAT device, distinguishes external IP addresses and sets port mapping which forwards
packets from the outside port to the inside port.
UPnP™ Compatible OSs
OSs that are compatible with the UPnP™ function, are as follows:
• Windows XP
• Windows Me
Note
Windows 2000 and Windows 98SE can use this product's UPnP™ function by using MSN
Messenger, however it is not officially compatible with the UPnP™ and therefore cannot be
guaranteed.
UPnP™ Compatible Applications
Applications that are compatible with the UPnP™ function are as follows:
• MSN Messenger 6.1, Windows Messenger 4.7 (Windows XP)
Windows Messenger is included with Windows XP as standard, and MSN Messenger can be
downloaded from Microsoft®'s website. MSN Messenger has functions such as Instant
Message, Voice Chat, Webcam, Sending Files and Pictures, Remote Assistant, Application
Sharing, Whiteboard and Telephone.
• MSN Messenger 6.1 (other than Windows XP)
Can be used on Windows 2000 or Windows 98SE/Me. MSN Messenger has functions such as
Instant Message, Voice Chat, Sending Files and Pictures, and Telephone.
Notes
•
•
It is necessary to have DirectX® 8.1 or later installed on the PC using Windows/MSN
Messenger.
When using the Telephone function, it is necessary to update Windows Messenger's audio
related firmware from Microsoft's website.
Number of PCs that can Use the UPnP™ Function
The number of PCs that can use the UPnP™ function depends on the application in use.
Note
The maximum number of port mappings that can be set in UPnP™ setup is 128.
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PC Preparation
Using Windows XP
• Windows Messenger:
Select Windows Messenger Version Information from the Windows Messenger help menu.
• MSN Messenger:
Download MSN Messenger (Windows XP version) from Microsoft's website and install it.
Update your version of MSN Messenger to 6.1.
UPnP™ Setup
Select My Network Places from My Computer
in the Start menu. Then select View network
connections.
2.
Select Optional Networking Components in the
Advanced menu.
3.
Select Networking Services and click [Details].
4.
Check that UPnP User Interface on the
Networking Services page is checked.
• If it is not checked, check it and click [OK].
• When the Windows XP CD-ROM is
required, follow the instructions displayed.
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Operating Instructions
Using Windows 2000, Windows Me or Windows 98SE
Check the Version of MSN Messenger
Select [MSN Messenger version information] in the MSN Messenger help menu. Update your
version to 6.1.
Check the Version of DirectX
1.
Select Run in the Start menu.
2.
Enter "dxdiag" in the name field and click [OK].
3.
Update your version of DirectX if it is older than
8.1.
• Follow the instructions on the page.
UPnP™ Setup (Windows Me only)
Note
Windows 2000 and Windows 98SE do not have this setting.
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1.
Select Control Panel from Settings in the Start
menu.
2.
Double click Add/Remove Program, and then
click the Windows Setup tab.
Operating Instructions
3.
Select Communications in Components and
click [Details].
• Check that Universal Plug and Play on the
Components page is checked.
• If it is not checked, check it and click [OK].
• When the Windows Me CD-ROM is
required, follow the instructions on the
page.
Others
Operating Environment
When using Windows/MSN Messenger with UPnP™, restrictions are put on operating environment by
the other party.
Note
In environments where, for example, the other party is using a router that is not compatible with
UPnP™, or where the private address is connected via an assigned ISP, sometimes data cannot be
sent/received when using the Windows/MSN Messenger function.
The layout of the PC screen when connecting this product
Take the following steps when using Windows XP.
Connect a PC where UPnP™ is set to ON, to
this product.
• This product's icon is displayed on the PC's
My Network Places and Task Tray.
• The icon is not displayed in Windows 2000
and Windows 98SE.
• The Task Tray icon is displayed once, and
not displayed when connecting for the
second time.
2.
Double click the My Network Places icon, and
find the icon for this product.
• If necessary, create a shortcut to this
product on your desktop.
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3.
Double click the icon in My Network Places.
• The Enter Network Password window is
displayed. By entering the user name and
password, this product's setup page is
displayed.
Windows XP
Function Name
Windows
Messenger 4.7
Windows Me
MSN Messenger 6.1
MSN Messenger 6.1
Instant Message
Can be used
irrespective of
settings
Can be used
irrespective of
settings
Can be used
irrespective of
settings
Voice Chat
Can be used
Can be used
Can be used
Video Chat
Can be used
Can be used
Function not possible
Sending Files and
Pictures
Cannot be used*1
Can be used
Cannot be used*1
Whiteboard
Can be used
Can be used
Function not possible
Application Sharing
Can be used
Can be used
Function not possible
Remote Assistant
Can be used
Can be used
Function not possible
Telephone
Function not possible
Can be
used*2
Can be used*2
*1 Due to the connection environment, sometimes data can only be received, and not sent.
*2 There may be cases where data that has been passed previously cannot be received, or
phonecalls cannot be made due to the server's status.
Note
For help regarding the functions of Windows/MSN Messenger, see Windows/MSN Messenger help.
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Operating Instructions
4.3
IPv6 Setup on your PC
4.3.1
Setting an IPv6 Address Using Windows XP
1.
Select [Start]
[All Programs]
[Accessories]
[Command Prompt] and
click.
• The command prompt is started.
2.
Enter "ipv6 install", and press [Enter].
• If Succeeded is displayed, it was installed
successfully.
Note
When Windows XP Service Pack 1 is not installed, Succeeded will not be displayed. Install
Service Pack 1.
3.
Enter "ipconfig" on the command prompt
window, and press [Enter].
• If an IPv6 address is displayed, it has been
assigned to this PC.
Note
If using Windows XP Service Pack 2, you may not be able to set an IPv6 address. Follow the steps
below to check if the PC you are using has Windows XP Service Pack 2 installed.
1.
Select [Start]
2.
Double-click the Performance and
Maintenance icon.
3.
Double-click the System icon.
[Control Panel] and click.
Other
Information
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Operating Instructions
4.
Click the General tab, and check if the System
is Service Pack 2.
If using Windows XP Service Pack 2, take the following setup steps.
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1.
Select [Start]
2.
Click the Security Center icon.
3.
Click the Windows Firewall icon.
[Control Panel] and click.
Operating Instructions
4.
Click the Advanced tab and click [Settings...]
for ICMP.
5.
Check Allow incoming router request on the
ICMP Settings window, and click [OK].
Other
Information
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Operating Instructions
4.3.2
1.
Select [Start]
[All Programs]
[Accessories]
[Command Prompt] and
click.
• The command prompt is started.
2.
Enter "netsh" and press [Enter].
3.
On the netsh command line, enter "interface
ipv6", and press [Enter].
4.
Enter "renew", and re-obtain an IPv6 global
address.
5.
Enter "exit", press [Enter], and end the netsh
command.
4.3.3
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Re-obtaining an IPv6 Global Address
Setting a Static IPv6 Global Address.
1.
Perform steps 1, 2, and 3 in Re-obtaining an
IPv6 global address above.
2.
Enter "show interface", and press [Enter].
• Take a note of the Idx number of the Local
Area Connection.
3.
Next, enter "set address interface=* the IPv6
global address type=unicast", and press
[Enter].
• After "interface=", enter the Idx number
noted in step 2.
4.
Enter "exit", press [Enter], and end the netsh
command.
Operating Instructions
4.4
PPTP Setup when Using VPN: Windows XP
This function sets up a VPN (PPTP) connection on your PC. Take the following steps when using
Windows XP.
Click Network and Internet Connections from
Control Panel on the Start menu.
2.
Click Network Connections.
3.
Click Create a new connection.
4.
Click [Next].
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Information
1.
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Operating Instructions
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5.
Check Connect to the network at my workplace
and click [Next].
6.
Check Virtual Private Network connection and
click [Next].
7.
Enter the optional network name and click
[Next].
8.
Enter this product's WAN IP address and click
[Next].
Operating Instructions
9.
Click [Finish].
10. Click [Properties].
11. Click the Networking tab, select PPTP VPN
from the VPN dropdown list, and click [OK].
• Set the Security settings and Options
settings to match the authentication and
encryption methods (see page 86) set on
this product.
Other
Information
12. Enter the registered User Name and Password
and click [Connect].
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Operating Instructions
4.5
Web Browser Setup when Using a Proxy Server
The ISP may connect you to the Internet via a proxy server.
When connected via a proxy server, the setup page cannot be accessed. Take the following steps to
modify the web browser settings.
The following steps are for when using Internet Explorer 6.0.
1.
Start the web browser.
2.
Select Internet Options in the Tools menu.
3.
Click the Connections tab.
4.
Click [LAN Settings].
5.
See the Use a proxy server for your LAN check
box in the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings
dialog box.
• If the check box is checked, uncheck it and
click [OK].
• If the check box is unchecked, click
[Cancel] and complete settings.
Confirm that this box
is not checked.
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4.6
Checking the PC's IP Address and MAC Address
When this product's setup page cannot be accessed by a PC, or when data cannot not be sent/
received to/from other PCs on the network, there could be a problem with the PC's IP address settings.
Take the following steps to check the IP address settings.
4.6.1
Using Windows XP/2000
1.
From the Start menu, select All programs,
Accessories and Command Prompt.
• When using Windows 2000, from the Start
menu, select Programs, Accessories and
Command Prompt.
2.
Enter "ipconifg/all" after the command prompt
and push the [Enter] key.
• "ipconfig/renew" refreshes all of the LAN
cards' DHCP composition parameters.
• "ipconfig/release" releases all of the LAN
cards' DHCP composition parameters.
Note
The ipconfig command explanations are displayed by entering "ipconifg/?" after the command
prompt.
Other
Information
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Operating Instructions
4.6.2
Using Windows Me/98SE
The following steps are for Windows 98SE.
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1.
From the Start menu select Run.
2.
Enter "winipcfg" in the name field and click
[OK].
3.
Select the LAN card (Ethernet adapter) with
the IP address you want to check.
4.
Click [More Info].
• See the IP Address field and check the set
IP address.
• See the Adapter Address field and check
the LAN card (Ethernet adaptor) MAC
address.
Operating Instructions
Note
When Obtain an IP address automatically is set and a value such as 169.254.XXX.X is
displayed, it is possible that the IP address was not obtained correctly. In that case, take the
following steps to refresh the IP address.
1.
Click [Release].
• The automatically obtained IP address is released.
2.
Click [Rewrite].
• A new IP address is assigned.
3.
Click [OK].
Other
Information
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4.7
Stabilizing the PC's IP Address
It is necessary to set a unique IP address for each of the PCs on this product's TCP/IP network.
This product can automatically assign an IP address to each of the PCs on the LAN (Home) side using
the DHCP server function (factory default setting). In this case, for this product to assign and re-assign
IP addresses to each PC, the PCs' IP addresses cannot be fixed.
This product's IP address assignment network (factory default setting)
Private address
assignment
Private address
assignment
Private address
assignment
At the same time, it is possible to disable this product's DHCP server function, and fix each LAN side
PC's private address. In this case, it is necessary to set a unique IP address to each PC in advance.
Network with stable IP addresses (Options)
This function allows you to fix a private address on the network without using the DHCP server
function. It is necessary to fix a unique private address on each PC. After setting the unique private
addresses, you can set this product. See page 74, and disable the DHCP server function on the
options page. Follow the steps on page 123 - 124 to setup each PC.
Private address
192.168.0.254
Private address
192.168.0.2
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Private address
192.168.0.3
Private address
192.168.0.4
Operating Instructions
4.7.1
Using Windows XP/2000
From the Start menu, select My Computer, My
Network, and then Display Network
Connection.
• Right-click the My Network Places icon and
select Properties when using Windows
2000.
2.
Right-click the icon Local Area Connection...
connected to this product, and select
[Properties].
3.
Select Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) and click
[Properties].
4.
Select Use the following IP address.
5.
Enter the IP address (e.g. "192.168.0.50") and
subnet mask for each PC, and enter
"192.168.0.254" (this product's factory default
IP address) into the Default gateway field.
• The subnet mask is usually entered as
"255.255.255.0". To access this product's
setup page, enter the same subnet mask
as this product.
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1.
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6.
Click Use the following DNS server address.
7.
Enter the DNS server address into the data
entry field and click [OK].
8.
Click [OK],
9.
Close the Network Connection window and
restart the PC.
• Close the Network and Dialup Connections
window and restart the PC when using
Windows 2000.
Operating Instructions
4.7.2
Using Windows Me/98SE
From the Start menu, select Settings and click
Control Panel.
2.
Double click the Network icon.
• If you cannot find the Network icon on
Windows Me, click Display all Control Panel
Options.
3.
Select the TCP/IP related to the LAN card
connected to this product in the Network dialog
box, and click [Properties].
• The TCP/IP Properties dialog box is
displayed.
4.
Click the IP Address tab in the TCP/IP
Properties dialog box.
5.
Select Specify IP Address.
6.
Enter the IP address (e.g. "192.168.0.50") and
subnet mask for each PC.
• The subnet mask is usually entered as
"255.255.255.0". To access this product's
setup page, enter the same subnet mask
as this product.
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1.
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Operating Instructions
7.
Click the Gateway tab.
8.
Enter "192.168.0.254" (this product's factory
default IP address) into the New Gateway
address field, and click [Add].
9.
Check that 192.168.0.254 is entered into the
address field of Installed Gateway.
• When modifying this product's IP address,
also modify the Installed Gateway address.
10. Click the DNS Configuration tab.
11. Select Enable DNS.
12. Enter the DNS server address into the DNS
Server Search Order address field, and click
[Add].
13. Enter the optional host name and click [OK].
14. Click [OK].
•
The Modify System Setup dialog box is
displayed.
15. Click [Yes] and restart the PC.
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4.8
Factory Default Settings List
ISP Registration
ISP Registration List
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
DHCP Connection
Unregistered
Unregistered
Unregistered
No. 1
No. 2
No. 3
No. 4
Unregistered
Unregistered
Unregistered
Unregistered
IPv6 ISP Registration
IPv6 ISP Registration
List
Connection Mode
Internet Connection
Mode
DHCP/Static
ISP Selection
DHCP
Camera
Automatic Setup
Automatic Setup
Enable
Available Address
Range
192.168.0.151 - 192.168.0.166
Camera Port
Number Setup
Specify Range
Available Port
Range
60001 - 60016
IPv6 Port
80
Other
Information
Screen Assignment
Camera portal page
display
Camera Name and Still Image (refreshing)
Wireless
Basic
Wireless Network
802.11b/g
SSID
(Displayed on the rear of this product)
Stealth SSID
Enable (connection through the ANY key can be denied)
Channel
7
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Encryption
Encryption Settings
MAC Address Filtering
WEP (WEP key is displayed on the rear of this product)
Disable
Viewnetcam.com
Viewnetcam.com
Disable
Address Translation
Basic
DHCP/Static
Enable
PPPoE
Enable
Port Forwarding
DMZ function
Unset
Security
Security
Easy Security
Settings
•
•
Access by private IP addresses are rejected in both directions.
(Log Output)
Access by NetBIOS/File sharing/Printer sharing/PC remote
access are rejected in both directions. (Log Output)
Access Control
Setup pages
•
Restricted Access (Log Output)
Camera Portal
•
None (Log Output)
Stealth Mode
•
Stealth Mode can hide this product from WAN (Internet). (Regard
Ident packet as an exception.) (Log Output)
Intrusion Detection
•
Stateful packet inspection (Dynamic packet filtering) is enabled.
(Log Output)
Packet Filtering
Current Status
Unset
IPv6 Security
Security
IPv6 Easy Security
Settings
•
•
•
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Access by Direct Hosting of SMB is rejected in both directions.
(Log Output)
Access by port used by RPC is rejected in both directions. (Log
Output)
Communication using global addresses other than the allocated
global address is forbidden. (Log Output)
Operating Instructions
IPv6 Stealth Mode
•
Stealth Mode can hide this product from WAN(Internet) side IPv6
network. (Regard Ident packet as an exception). (Log Output)
IPv6 Intrusion
Detection
•
IPv6 Stateful packet inspection(Dynamic packet filtering) is
enabled. (Log Output)
IPv6 Packet Filtering
Current Status
Unset
Options
LAN IP Address Setting
LAN IP Address
192.168.0.254
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Port No. of Setup
pages
8080
Port No. of Camera
Portal
80
DHCP Server
DHCP Server
Enable
Available Address
Range
192.168.0.1 - 192.168.0.32
Static DHCP
Unset
PPPoE
PPPoE Setting
Always
Enable
MTU Size
1500 bytes (DHCP/Static)
1492 bytes (PPPoE)
Other
Information
DNS Relay
Routing
LAN
Disable
WAN
Disable
Static Routing
Unset
UPnP
IGD
Enable
CP
Enable
Automatic deletion of
UPnP port mapping (IGD)
Timer
Indefinite
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Operating Instructions
Time Setup for
UPnP Port Open
Request (CP)
Request a Specified Time or Indefinite
IPv6 Options
IPv6 Address (LAN)
fe80::254
RA (Router
Advertisement)
Enable
Link MTU size
1500 bytes
IPv6 Dynamic Routing
WAN
Disable
LAN
Disable
IPv6 Static Routing
Unset
VPN (PPTP)
Basic
PPTP Server
Settings
Disable
Available Address
Range
192.168.0.100 - 192.168.0.103
User Registration
Unset
Options
Authentication
MS-CHAP or MS-CHAPv2 are used
Encryption
MPPE 40 bit or MPPE 128 bit are permitted
VPN (IPsec)
IPsec
Disable
Security Policy
Database Registration
Unset
Applications
Application list
Camera Status Notification application
Cell Phone Camera Portal application
Password
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Setup Pages
Set when accessing this product for the first time.
Camera Portal
Unset
Operating Instructions
4.9
Specifications
Main Unit
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Specifications
Special AC Adaptor:
(Part Number: PQLV202Y)
INPUT: AC 120 V, 60 Hz
OUTPUT: DC 12 V, 750 mA
Power Consumption
Maximum: About 6 W
Dimensions (Width ×
Height × Depth)
About 204 mm (8.0 inches) × About 36 mm (1.4 inches) × About 140
mm (5.5 inches)
(when the antenna is stored)
Weight
330 g (0.7 lb)
Environmental
Requirements
Temperature (°C):
Humidity (%):
0 - 40 (32 - 104 °F)
20 - 85 (non-condensing)
WAN Interface
Number of Ports:
Connector Shape:
Physical Interface:
1
8 pin modular jack (RJ-45)
IEEE 802.3 (10Base-T)
IEEE 802.3u (100Base-TX)
Throughput between WAN
and LAN using IPv4 (value
measured at Panasonic):
Maximum of 98Mbps (IPv4/SmartBits)
Maximum of 85Mbps (FTP [Static])
Maximum of 71Mbps (FTP [PPPoE])
Maximum of 16Mbps (FTP [PPTP])
Throughput between WAN
and LAN using IPv6 (value
measured at Panasonic):
Maximum of 77Mbps (IPv6/SmartBits)
Maximum of 71Mbps (FTP [Static])
Maximum of 40Mbps (FTP [IPsec, No
Encryption])
LAN Interface
Number of Ports:
Connector Shape:
Physical Interface:
4
8 pin modular jack (RJ-45)
IEEE 802.3 (10Base-T)
IEEE 802.3u (100Base-TX)
Wireless Interface
Wireless Chip:
made by Atheros Communications
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Information
Power Supply
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Wireless Interface
Specifications
IEEE 802.11b
Transmission Method:
DS-SS, half-duplex
Transmission Speed
([Standard value]Mbps):
11/5.5/2/1* (complying to IEEE
802.11b): automatic fallback
Frequency Range (MHz):
2412 - 2462 (center frequency)
Number of Channels:
11
Security:
WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (AES),
WEP (64 bit/128 bit/152 bit), SSID,
stealth SSID (hidden SSID, permitting/
not permitting connection using the
ANY key), MAC address filtering
IEEE 802.11g
Transmission Method:
Transmission Speed
([Standard value]Mbps):
54/48/36/24/18/12/9/6* (complying to
IEEE 802.11g): automatic fallback
Frequency Range (MHz):
2412 - 2462 (center frequency)
Number of Channels:
11
Security:
WPA-PSK (TKIP), WPA2-PSK (AES),
WEP (64 bit/128 bit/152 bit), SSID,
stealth SSID (hidden SSID, permitting/
not permitting connection using the
ANY key), MAC address filtering
*
User Interface
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OFDM (complying to IEEE 802.11g),
DS-SS (compatible with IEEE
802.11b), half-duplex
The figures shown are theoretical maximums and not the actual
figures when using the product.
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET
button:
Returns the product to factory default
settings.
Status Indicators
POWER:
WAN:
PPP:
LAN1-LAN4:
WIRELESS:
Displays the power/main unit status
Displays the WAN link status
Displays the PPP link status
Displays the Ethernet link status
Displays the wireless link status
Operating Instructions
Software
Heading
Router Function
Specifications
WAN Side Connection Mode:
IPv4: PPPoE/DHCP/Static
IPv6: Tunneling/6to4/Static v6
PPPoE Connection:
Always/Manual
RIP:
Yes (RIPv2)
RIPng:
Yes
DHCP Server:
Yes (128 client setup is possible)
DNS Relay (DNS proxy
answering):
Yes
IP Packet Filtering:
Yes (64 setup)
Address Translation Method:
IP masquerade, port forwarding
Access Control
ID/Password
Web Browser Setup
Yes
Firmware Update
Yes
VPN
PPTP Server (IPv4)
IPsec (IPv6)
Other
Information
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Operating Instructions
Index
139
Operating Instructions
Numerics
P
6to4 Connection
32
Packet Filtering
66, 71
Password
94
Ping
101
Port Forwarding
58
PPPoE Connection
22, 76, 99
PPTP
85, 119
Proxy Server
122
A
Address Translation
Applications
91
57
C
Camera
39, 41
Camera Portal
17
Connection Mode
37
R
RA
82
Restart
98, 109
Routing
78, 83
D
Data Channel
47, 50
DC IN Jack
9
DHCP Connection
24
DHCP Server
74
DMZ
62
DNS Relay
77
Dynamic Routing
78, 83
S
E
Encryption
50, 53, 86, 89
F
Factory Default
98, 109
FACTORY DEFAULT RESET Button
Factory Default Settings
131
Filtering Log
105
108
U
I
Indicators
9, 10
Internet Connection
36
IP Address
21, 29, 74, 123, 126
IPsec
87, 100
IPv6
16, 29, 69, 82, 115
ISP Registration
21, 29
V
Viewnetcam.com
55
VPN
85, 87, 100
WAN Jack
9
Wireless
47
LAN Jacks
9
Link MTU size
83
Logs
105
M
MAC Address Filtering
MAC Clone
81
MS-CHAP
86
MS-CHAPv2
86
MTU Size
77
O
140
Update Firmware
95
UPnP™
79, 110
W
L
Options
T
Top Page
11
Tunneling Connection
H
Help
9, 109
Save Settings
97
Security
63, 69
Setup
13
Specifications
135
SSID
47, 49
Stateful packet inspection
Static Connection
26
Static DHCP
75
Static v6 Connection
34
Status
102
Straight cable
8
Support
108
74, 82
54
30
64, 70
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For product service
Panasonic Servicenters are listed in the servicenter directory.
Call 1-800-272-7033 for the location of an authorized servicenter.
This product is designed for use in the United States of America. Sale or use of this product
in other countries/areas may violate local laws.
When you ship the product
Carefully pack your unit, preferably in the original carton.
Attach a letter, detailing the problem, to the outside of the carton.
Symptom
Send the unit to an authorized servicenter, prepaid and adequately insured.
Do not send your unit to the Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company listed below or to executive
or regional sales offices. These locations do not repair consumer products.
The information in this document is subject to change without notice.
Panasonic Consumer Electronics Company,
Division of Panasonic Corporation of North America
Panasonic Puerto Rico, Inc.
Copyright:
This material is copyrighted by Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd., and may be reproduced for
internal use only. All other reproduction, in whole or in part, is prohibited without the written
consent of Panasonic Communications Co., Ltd.
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