DVMS / NVMS - PlanetCCTV

DVMS / NVMS - PlanetCCTV
DIGITAL / NETWORK
VIDEO MANAGEMENT SYSTEM
DVMS / NVMS
ADMINISTRATOR
CONFIGURATION GUIDE
VERSION 4.10
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PlanetCCTV DVMS/NVMS Administrator
Configuration Guide v4.1
About this guide
The PlanetCCTV Software Suite (PlanetCCTV®) is a comprehensive solution
for digitally capturing, compressing and storing CCTV camera images.
PlanetCCTV digital recording systems are available for traditional analog (CCD)
camera systems or IP/network camera systems, or a combination of both
technologies known as hybrid systems.
Intended audience
The PlanetCCTV Configuration Guide is intended for Administrators as a
guide to configuring the PlanetCCTV system.
This guide assumes that the Administrator has a basic knowledge of Windows
2000 and Windows XP Professional.
Using this guide
The following topics are covered
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Chapter 1: Configuration of the PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel
A description of how to set up and customize your configurable options via
the PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel.
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Chapter 2: Configuration of the PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel
A description of how to set up and customize your configurable options via
the PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel.
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Chapter 3: Configuration of the PlanetCCTV Server Service
A description of how to set up the PlanetCCTV server.
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Chapter 4: Configuration of the PlanetCCTV Remote Access Server
A description of how to set up and customize remote access to the
PlanetCCTV system.
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Appendices: Includes a list of error codes and other specifications
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INDEX
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Chapter 1: CONFIGURATION OF THE PLANETCCTV SERVER CONTROL PANEL
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: GENERAL
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: CAMERAS
ƒ General Tab
ƒ Images Tab
o Recording Options
o Video Motion Detection
ƒ Alarms Tab
ƒ PTZ Tab
o Presets
ƒ Users Tab
ƒ Copying Camera Settings between Cameras
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: I/O
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: PTZ
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: USERS
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ARCHIVE
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ADVANCED
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ADVANCED-NOTIFICATIONS
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ADVANCED-BASESTATION
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ADVANCED-HTTP
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: ADVANCED-EXT. MONITOR
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: MAPS
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: SERVICE
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Chapter 4: CONFIGURATION OF THE PLANETCCTV REMOTE ACCESS SERVER
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Chapter 1:
Configuration of the PlanetCCTV
Server Control Panel
Introduction
This chapter introduces the PlanetCCTV Configuration software for system
administrators of PlanetCCTV.
The PlanetCCTV Control Panel can be found in the Windows Control Panel or
under the Server Context menu options (right-click menu) within the
PlanetCCTV Client.
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: General
Once the PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel has been loaded, it can be used to
configure the PlanetCCTV Server application. The Control Panel User Interface is
shown in Figure 2.1 below:
Figure 1.1
The General Tab under the PlanetCCTV Server Properties tab includes the
following configuration options:
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Name:
The name defined here will appear on any images removed from the system
i.e. Snapshots and will also appear as a reference name for the Server if
connected to a PlanetCCTV Base Station.
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Serial Number:
The Serial Number displayed here is the hard coded number that appears in
the I-Button attached to the Parallel Port of the Server.
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IP Address:
IP address of the DVR Server.
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IP Ports:
TCP/IP Port Numbers used by the server. These should be set in conjunction
with the Firewall Administrator so that these ports can be enabled on any
Firewalls between the Client and the Server.
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras
If the camera’s tab is selected, the user interface is shown below in figure 1.2:
Figure 1.2
The number of available camera connections (1,2,3….127,128) will be displayed
as (Unconnected). By selecting a camera option by clicking on the
button, or double clicking on a camera option, the camera specific options can
be configured as depicted in figure 1.3:
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras - General Tab
Figure 1.3
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Camera Connected:
Selecting this option enables the camera for recording. Un-checking the
check box will disable the camera.
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Camera Name:
The camera name defines the camera and will used to define images
captured from this camera.
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Network / Analogue:
Select between Analogue (Camera connected to a Capture Card) and
Network (IP Camera)
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Model:
IP Camera Model
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IP Name/Address:
IP address or Hostname of IP Camera
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IP Port:
Port Number that IP Camera communicates over (settable on the IP
camera) – default is Port 80.
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Username:
Username that is used to access the IP camera – set on the IP
camera.
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Password:
Password for username used to access the IP camera – set on the IP
camera.
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Audio Support:
The audio support option are none, 1 way record or 2 way audio link. 1 way
audio records the audio for the selected camera on the server. 2 way audio
enables 2 way audio link between client and server. The 2 way audio link is
not recorded.
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras - Image Tab
Figure 1.4
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Video Codec:
Select between MJPEG and MPEG4.
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Frame Scale:
Select between Full Frame and Half Frame.
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Image Settings:
button brings up the live camera window with
Clicking on the
the following Image Settings as shown in Figure 1.5 (those that appear
greyed out are not supported on the Capture Card / IP Camera):
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Figure 1.5
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Frame Rate:
Set the capture frame rate for the Camera.
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Compression Ratio:
The compression ratio is selectable per camera and defines the
quality of the compressed image. The higher the compression ratio,
the smaller the frame size, and the lower the image quality. As the
slider bar is moved, the compression ratio is changed from low to
high on a scale from 0 to 100. High represents the highest
compression ratio and consequently the lowest picture quality while
low represents the lowest compression ratio and hence the highest
picture quality. The picture quality is a function of the camera and is
therefore settable per camera. The Frame Size depicts the actual
compressed frame size resulting from the selected compression ratio.
Below the Compression Ratio setting is the Average Frame size in
Kilobytes. This enables camera picture quality to be set in conjunction
with the image size allowing storage requirements to be determined
as the compression ratio is changed.
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Brightness:
Set the Image Brightness.
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Contrast:
Set the Image Contrast.
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Hue:
Set the Image Brightness.
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Saturation (V and H):
Set the Image Saturation in the Vertical and Horizontal directions.
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Video Motion Detection (VMD):
Set the VMD Parameters if VMD has been enabled for this camera.
See Video Motion Detection later in this section.
Figure 1.6
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Recording:
The record options for each camera are depicted in Figure 1.6 below:
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Never:
Selecting this option results in no recording unless an alarm condition
has been triggered. Consequently, this would be used for Event Only
recording. This can be scheduled by selecting the white option and
updating the schedule.
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Always:
Selecting this option results in continuous recording.
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Armed:
Selecting this option will enable this camera to be recorded
continuously when the alarm system is armed. All images captured
will be saved when in this mode. When the system is disarmed,
images will only be saved when an alarm or an operator triggers an
event. This can be scheduled by selecting the green option and
updating the schedule.
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Disarmed:
Selecting this radio button will enable this camera to be recorded
continuously when the alarm system is disarmed. All images captured
will be saved when in this mode. When the system is armed, images
will only be saved when an alarm or an operator triggers an event.
This can be scheduled by selecting the cyan option and updating the
schedule.
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Motion:
If Video Motion Detection (VMD) has been enabled and this option is
selected, then data will only be recorded when motion is detected.
This can be scheduled by selecting the yellow option and updating the
schedule.
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Record at specific times:
Selecting the appropriate colour option allows specific times over a 7day period to be enabled for recording mode. During the times shown
in Figure 1.7 where the area is shaded yellow, recording will only
occur when motion is detected. At all other times, all images will be
recorded for the camera, as depicted by the green shading.
Figure 1.7
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Video Motion Detection:
This can be enabled per camera by checking the check box as shown in Figure
button brings up the live camera window with
1.4 Clicking on the
the VMD grid overlaid on top of the image as shown in Figure 1.8. The VMD grid
can be added or removed using the “Display VMD Grid” check box. The image
settings are automatically scrolled to the VMD settings.
Figure 1.8
The areas shaded in blue are the areas of the screen that any VMD detected
will result in no alarm being triggered. VMD in areas not shaded in blue will
result in an alarm being triggered. In the VMD window shown in Figure 1.8,
motion is depicted by the grid changing colour from green to red, for the
areas that motion has been detected. Red areas will not show up in the
shaded blue areas as these areas are excluded from triggering events. This
enables the user to select exactly which parts of the screen should have
alarm triggering for VMD detection. Even if certain areas of the screen have
been masked out in blue, VMD detected in these areas is saved as part of
the data files to allow a Smart Search capability on stored data.
*** PLEASE NOTE ***
VMD Parameters are used for both VMD and Smart Search. Smart search
WILL NOT WORK without the VMD parameters being set-up.
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The VMD settings are defined as follows:
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Pixel:
This parameter represents the percentage change in each individual
pixel. The range is from least sensitive to most sensitive, 0-100%. A
figure of 100% would result in a motion-detected flag being raised if
there was any change in a particular pixel. The figure of 70 shown in
the graphic would result in only the pixels that have more than a
30% change being flagged as having detected motion. In this way, all
of the pixels in the picture are measured against the previous frame
and if any frame shows a percentage change greater than the 30% the figure selected for pixels, a flag is raised against the pixel.
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Block:
The block setting represents one of the green grid blocks shown in
the figure 2.10. Each block represents 32 x 32 = 1024 pixels. The
block parameter is a measure of the number of pixels within a grid
block that have changed. The block parameter works in the same
way, as the Pixel parameter except it measures the number of pixels
flagged in a particular block. If the block parameter is set to 70 as it
is in Figure 2.10, if more than 30% of the pixels are flagged as
having detected motion, the block is flagged as having detected
motion.
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Frame:
The frame parameter is a measure of the number of adjacent blocks
that have changed within a captured frame. If, for example, only 20
blocks have been left un-shaded for VMD, and a parameter of 90 is
chosen for frame setting, 2 of the blocks adjacent to each other (10
%) would have to have been flagged as having motion detected for
the frame to be flagged as having motion detected. This will result in
a VMD event being raised.
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Figure 1.9
The Video Motion Detection options are detailed below. All cameras have
VMD enabled all the time. The following options depict when VMD actually
triggers an event.
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Never:
Selecting this option results in no VMD events triggering alarms.
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Always:
Selecting this radio button will result in VMD events being triggered
at all times.
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Armed:
Selecting this radio button will result in VMD events being triggered
only when the system is armed.
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Disarmed:
Selecting this radio button will result in VMD events being triggered
only when the system is disarmed.
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Record at specific times:
Selecting the appropriate color will result in VMD events being
triggered at specific times over a 7-day period. During the times
shown in Figure 1.9 where the area is shaded white, VMD events will
not trigger i.e. during working hours. At all other times, VMD events
will trigger.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras - Alarms Tab
The alarm options for each camera are depicted in figure 1.10 below:
Figure 1.10
In the previous sub-section, Recording, alarm events were described as a
means of triggering the system to save images when continuous recording was
not enabled. In order for an alarm to be triggered for a particular camera, the
alarm conditions for the camera need to be defined.
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Pre-alarm recording:
At the time an event triggers an alarm, the number of frames selected here
will be the number of frames prior to the event for the specific camera that
will be include in the alarm sequence saved to disk for the camera. The
maximum number of pre-alarm frames is 8.
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Post-alarm recording:
At the time an event triggers an alarm, the number of frames selected here
will be the number of frames that immediately follow the event for the
specific camera that will be included in the alarm sequence saved to disk for
the camera. Maximum number of post-alarms frames is 512
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Trigger an Alarm on loss of signal:
Enabling this option will result in an alarm being triggered if the camera
signal for this camera is lost.
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Notify Basestation:
Individual cameras can be set-up to send images to a Basestation when an
event occurs.
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Inputs:
This option allows defined inputs to be selected for a specific camera.
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Outputs:
This option allows defined outputs to be selected for a specific camera.
A camera can have multiple inputs and outputs. Inputs and Outputs can be
assigned to more than one camera. Figure 2.5 shows one input and one output
selected for camera 1.
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras - PTZ Tab
The PTZ options for each camera are depicted in figure 1.11 below:
Figure 1.11
The PTZ options are detailed below.
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Model:
This option allows the selection of the manufacturer and Model of Camera.
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Unit Number:
When configuring a PTZ camera in a daisy chain configuration, each camera
is designated a unit number. This is defined here.
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Menu:
Some cameras, e.g. WV-CS854 have their own menu. The Camera Menu is
button. The Menu Options are shown
enabled by clicking on the
in Figure 1.12. Please see the Dome Camera Configuration Guide for details
on how to use the Camera Menu.
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Figure 1.12
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Presets:
The WV-CS854 has 64 presets. These presets are defined by
button as shown in Figure 1.13. The presets are
clicking on the
cleared by clicking on the
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button.
Figure 1.13
The Camera Preset options are depicted below.
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Name:
The name of the Preset is defined here.
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Auto Focus Options:
There are three auto focus options, small, medium, and large. By
selecting the appropriate button, the auto focus feature will function over
a small, medium or large area.
Button - Auto-Focus (small area)
Button - Auto-Focus (medium area)
Button - Auto-Focus (large area)
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Iris Control Options:
There are three Iris Control options, open, close, and reset. By selecting
the appropriate button, Iris will open, close, or reset to the default
position.
Button – Iris Open
Button – Iris Close
Button – Iris Reset
As the buttons are depicted by abbreviated letters, dragging the cursor over
the button will activate the tool tips with a description of the button, as
shown in Figure 1.12.
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Pan / Tilt / Zoom / Focus Control:
If the Cursor is dragged over the white square with the black cross
through it, the cursor will change to the Hand Pointer.
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Left Mouse Button:
By depressing and holding the left mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the left or right, the camera will
correspondingly pan to the left or right. The further from the
center the cursor is moved, the faster it will pan. Bringing it back
the center will slow it down. Releasing the mouse button will stop
the movement.
By depressing and holding the left mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the top or bottom, the camera will
correspondingly tilt to the top or bottom. The further from the
center the cursor is moved, the faster it will tilt. Bringing it back
the center will slow it down. Releasing the mouse button will stop
the movement.
By depressing and holding the left mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the top or bottom and to the left or
right, the camera will correspondingly both pan and tilt
simultaneously in the chosen direction.
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Right Mouse Button:
By depressing and holding the right mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the left or right, the camera will
correspondingly zoom in or out. The further from the center the
cursor is moved, the faster it will zoom. Bringing it back the
center will slow the zoom down. Releasing the mouse button will
stop the zoom.
By depressing and holding the right mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the top or bottom, the camera will
correspondingly focus near or far. The further from the center the
cursor is moved, the faster the focusing will occur. Bringing it
back the center will slow the focus down. Releasing the mouse
button will stop the movement.
By depressing and holding the right mouse button and dragging
cursor from the center to the top or bottom and to the left or
right, the camera will correspondingly both zoom and focus
simultaneously.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras - Users Tab
The Users options for each camera are depicted in figure 1.14 below:
Figure 1.14
There are three levels of user access per camera available:
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Administrators:
If this option is selected, only members of the PlanetCCTV Administrators
Group can see this camera.
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Authorized Users:
If this option is selected, only members of the PlanetCCTV Users Group
that have been assigned the “View live and recorded images” Access
Right and members of the PlanetCCTV Administrators Group can see this
camera.
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All Users:
If this option is selected, only members of the PlanetCCTV Users Group
and members of the PlanetCCTV Administrators Group can see this
camera.
The Users listed are PlanetCCTV users that are not PlanetCCTV administrators.
PlanetCCTV administrators have rights to all cameras, PTZ controls and PTZ
menus and are therefore not listed. Access Rights are granted in the following
sequence:
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View live frames:
The first access right is the right to view live images from the camera. It
is the only one available by default as without access to the camera, PTZ
rights cannot be granted.
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View recorded frames:
The second access right is the right to view recorded images from the
camera.
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Use Pan, Tilt and Zoom controls:
If the user has been granted rights to view live images from the camera,
the option to use the PTZ functionality can be selected.
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Use the camera’s PTZ Menu:
Once PTZ rights have been granted, the option to grant access to the
PTZ configuration Menu can be selected.
This completes the set-up for an individual camera.
PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Cameras
Copying Camera Settings between Cameras
Once a camera has been set-up, camera settings can be copied from one
camera to multiple others as follows. In the General Tab control panel window,
right click on a camera that you would like to copy as shown in Figure 1.15.
Figure 1.15
Click on copy and then select the cameras (using the mouse by clicking while
either holding down the shift key to select a list or the ctrl key to select
individual cameras) that you want to copy the configuration to as shown in
Figure 1.16.
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Figure 1.16
Right Click on the selected cameras to bring up the context menu as shown in
Figure 1.17
Figure 1.17
Click on Paste to copy the camera settings to the selected cameras. The result is
shown in Figure 1.18.
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Figure 1.18
The cameras are now named as “Unnamed” as they are now connected with the
settings from the source camera but are yet to be named.
Only fields deemed to be common across all cameras are copied e.g.
compression ration, image settings, VMD settings, schedules etc.
Camera names, IP addresses, IP camera models etc. are not copied and left
blank.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: I/O
If the I/O tab is selected, the I/O user interface is shown below in figure 1.19:
Figure 1.19
If an alarm board has been installed and enabled, expanding the Inputs option
in Figure 3.1 displays the Inputs user interface shown in Figure 1.20:
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Figure 1.20
There are up to twenty inputs and twenty outputs that can be assigned to
between 1 and 254 cameras depending on the Input/Output device installed. By
button shown in Figure 1.20, or by double-clicking on a
selecting the
particular input, the Alarm set-up screen for the selected input will be loaded as
shown in Figure 1.21 below:
Figure 1.21
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Input Connected:
Check box to connect or disconnect the input
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Name:
The name of the input is entered here.
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Trigger:
Normally open or normally closed options are available here.
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Enabled:
This option allow the Administrator to disable alarms if need be e.g. an input
develops a fault and causes continuous triggers.
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Alarm/Disarm:
An input can be used along with two outputs to arm and disarm the system.
Active Schedule:
Click on
Figure 1.22.
to bring up the Input Active schedule as shown in
Figure 1.22
The following options depict when the input is Active.
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Never:
Selecting this option results in the input being inactive.
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Always:
Selecting this option results in the input being active.
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Armed:
Selecting this option results in the input being active when the
system is armed.
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Disarmed:
Selecting this option results in the input being active when the
system is disarmed.
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Record at specific times:
Selecting the appropriate colour will result in the input active status
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being set at specific times over a 7-day period. During the times
shown in Figure 1.22 where the area is shaded white, the input is
inactive. The input will not trigger i.e. during working hours. At all
other times, the input is active.
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Cameras:
The cameras that this input is associated with are shown here.
If an alarm board has been installed and enabled, expanding the Outputs option
in Figure 3.1 displays the Inputs user interface shown in Figure 1.23:
Figure 1.23
There are up to twenty inputs and twenty outputs that can be assigned to
between 1 and 254 cameras depending on the Input/Output device installed. By
button shown in Figure 3.4, or by double-clicking on a
selecting the
particular output, the Alarm set-up screen for the selected output will be loaded
as shown in Figure 1.24.
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Figure 1.24
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Output Connected:
Check box to connect or disconnect the input
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Name:
The name of the output is entered here.
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Trigger:
Normally open or normally closed options are available here.
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Enabled:
This option allow the Administrator to disable alarms if need be e.g. an
output develops a fault.
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Active Schedule:
Click on
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Figure 1.25
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The following options depict when the output is Active.
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Never:
Selecting this option results in the output being inactive.
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Always:
Selecting this option results in the output being active.
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Armed:
Selecting this option results in the output being active when the
system is armed.
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Disarmed:
Selecting this option results in the output being active when the
system is disarmed.
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Record at specific times:
Selecting the appropriate color will result in the output active status
being set at specific times over a 7-day period. During the times
shown in Figure 1.25 where the area is shaded white, the output is
inactive. The output will not trigger i.e. during working hours. At all
other times, the output is active.
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Reset:
This option allows the Administrator to select between a manual and
an automatic reset of an alarm output once it has been triggered.
E.g. do you want a siren to sound until it is manually switched off or
for a set amount of time? The time can be entered in hours, minutes,
seconds, and 1/100ths of a second.
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Alarm/Disarm:
An input can be used along with two outputs to arm and disarm the
system.
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Cameras:
The cameras that this output is associated with are shown here.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: PTZ
By selecting the PTZ tab, the PTZ set-up screen is shown in Figures 1.26
Figure 1.26
Figure 1.27 shows the various PTZ set-up options.
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Protocol:
The protocol or language specific to a manufacturer of PTZ camera and / or
model is selected here.
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COM Port:
The COM Port that the PTZ Interfaces are connected to is selected here.
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By clicking on the
as shown in Figure 1.27.
button, the COM Port settings can be defined
Figure 1.27
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Cameras:
button, the
By selecting a camera listed and clicking on the
Camera PTZ options can be defined as discussed in the Cameras PTZ section
and depicted in Figure 1.26. By clicking on the
button, the
Camera PTZ options for the selected camera will be removed.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Users
By selecting the Users tab, the Users set-up screen is shown in Figures 1.28
Figure 1.28
Users can be created and deleted using this interface. Selecting a user and click
on the
1.29.
button to view User properties interface as shown in Figure
Figure 1.29
The Full Name, Password and Group membership (users or administrators)
properties can be edited here.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Archive
By selecting the archive tab, the Archive set-up screen is shown in Figures 1.30
below and 1.31 over the page:
Figure 1.30
Figure 1.30 shows the Archive Tab for each of the Radio button selections
available, Local or Network.
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Archive files:
By selecting this option, archiving is enabled on the server.
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Local
The Local Radio button option enables local archiving a local drive or to the
Onstream Tape drive.
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Drive:
This option allows the selection of any locally defined drive. This includes the
Onstream disk drive letter defined when installing the Onstream software.
The Onstream Tape device is installed as a removable Hard Disk in Windows
2000 / XP.
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Eject:
The eject options are either to eject when the tape is full or at a particular
time every day. Once ejected, the same tape cannot be re-inserted. This is
to ensure that data that has just been stored to tape cannot be accidentally
overwritten. If an Onstream Tape drive is installed, the options beginning
with “Eject …” will be enabled. These are not required if archiving to a local
disk and will be grayed out as shown in Figure 8.1 if a local disk is selected
to archive to.
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Figures 1.31 below shows the Archive Tab with the Network option selected:
Figure 1.31
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Network:
The Network Radio button option enables Network archiving to any valid
UNC (Universal Naming Convention) path name. This includes local disk
drives.
•
UNC Path:
Any valid UNC path that can be defined on the server.
•
Username:
Username required to authenticate to the UNC path defined above
•
Password:
Password for the username defined above.
•
Automatically delete oldest files:
This option selects between automatic overwrite or manual deletion of
archive files stored on the defined on the UNC path.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Advanced
If the Advanced Tab is selected, the user interface is shown below in figure 1.32:
Figure 1.32
The Advanced Tab contains a number of advanced features of the PlanetCCTV
Video Server:
•
Notifications (Email): for sending notifications via e-mail, using an SMTP
mail server.
•
Basestation: to allow for alarm images from the server to be automatically
sent to a basestation connected to a WAN or local LAN
•
HTTP: To enable the local Web server for defined cameras that the user can
view are shown in the list and can be enabled for viewing via the web server
by selecting the appropriate camera check boxes.
•
External Monitor: this option provides a means of sequencing through
cameras on an external analogue monitor
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Server Control Panel: Advanced – Notifications Option
If the Notifications
figure 1.33
button is selected, the user interface is shown below in
Figure 1.33
Clicking on the
button opens the following dialogue:
Figure 1.34
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Clicking on the
button opens the following dialogue:
Figure 1.35
• The following options depict when the output is Active.
o
Never:
Selecting this option results in notifications being inactive.
o
Always:
Selecting this option results in notifications being active.
o
Armed:
Selecting this option results in notifications being active when the
system is armed.
o
Disarmed:
Selecting this option results in notifications being active when the
system is disarmed.
o
Notify at specific times:
Selecting the appropriate color will result in notifications active status
being set at specific times over a 7-day period. During the times
shown in Figure 1.35 where the area is shaded white, notifications is
inactive. Notifications will not be sent, i.e., during working hours. At
all other times, notifications is active.
o
Reset:
This option allows the Administrator to select between a manual and
an automatic reset of an alarm output once it has been triggered.
E.g. do you want a siren to sound until it is manually switched off or
for a set amount of time? The time can be entered in hours, minutes,
seconds, and 1/100ths of a second.
o
Alarm/Disarm:
An input can be used along with two outputs to arm and disarm the
system.
o
Cameras:
The cameras that a notification is associated with are shown here.
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Figure 1.36
Figure 1.37
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Server Control Panel: Advanced – Basestation Option
If the Basestation
1.38
is selected, the user interface is shown below in figure
Figure 1.38
If a base station has been installed, alarm images form the server can be
automatically sent to the basestation.
•
Notify Basestation of new alarms:
If this option is selected, when an event triggers an alarm, an image from
the associated camera will be sent to the Basestation defined.
•
Connect using a local area network:
Select this option if the Basestation and servers are connected to the same
WAN/LAN,
•
Connecting using a modem:
Select this option if the Basestation and servers are connected via a dial-up
link. This option requires the telephone number of the Basestation to be
entered
IP Name/address:
The Basestation runs on Windows 2000 / XP and consequently, a connection
from a server needs to be authenticated by Windows 2000 / XP before images
can be passed to the Basestation application. The IP address of the Basestation,
along with a user ID and password are defined here to and are used by the
server to establish an authenticated connection.
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Server Control Panel: Advanced – HTTP Option
By selecting the HTTP
Figures 1.39 below:
button, the HTTP set-up screen is shown in
Figure 1.39
To enable the local Web server, select the Support HTTP check box as shown in
Figure 1.39. The default Port address for a web server is port 80 but this can be
set to any valid port address.
The Root Path for the web pages is <INSTALLDIR>\HTPP although this can be
set to any directory as shown in Figure 1.39. All defined cameras that the user
can view are shown in the list and can be enabled for viewing via the web server
by selecting the appropriate camera check boxes.
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Server Control Panel: Advanced – External Monitor Option
By selecting the External Monitor
is shown in Figures 1.40 below:
button, the External Monitor set-up screen
Figure 1.40
The Monitor option provides a means of sequencing through cameras on an
external analog monitor. Only analog cameras from the capture that ahs the
external analog monitor port can be included in the sequence.
To enable the External Monitor Sequencing, select the “External Monitor
Connected” check box option.
The “Override Delay” can be set in seconds. If you select the monitor button on
the Remote control, this will override the sequence switching between cameras
for the time set in the override delay parameter.
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Clicking on the
button opens the following dialogue:
Figure 1.41
Cameras can be added with varying delays (in seconds) multiple times to build
up a sequence to be displayed on the external analogue monitor. Select the
camera and set the delay in seconds that the camera should be displayed for
before switching to the next camera in the sequence. Click on the
button to add the camera and delay to the sequence.
The sequence can be re-ordered by clicking and dragging items in the list in
Figure 1.40 to new positions.
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Maps
By selecting the Maps tab, the Maps set-up screen is shown in Figures 1.42 below:
Figure 1.42
Clicking on the
button opens the following dialogue:
Figure 1.43
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The user must select a map for the server to display. Maps
Figure 1.44
The user may now drag and drop a camera to any position on the map:
Figure 1.45
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PlanetCCTV Server Control Panel: Service
By selecting the Service tab, the Service set-up screen is shown in Figures 1.46 below:
Figure 1.46
To enable the Server Service to automatically start when the server is rebooted,
select the “Automatic start on Reboot” check box option. Click on the either
or
server, click on the
button to start or stop the server. To re-boot the
button and to shutdown the server, click on the
button.
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Chapter 2: Configuration of the PlanetCCTV
Basestation Control Panel
PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel: General
The PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel can be loaded form within the
PlanetCCTV Client or from the Control Panel applet in the system control Panel.
Once it has been loaded, it can be used to configure the PlanetCCTV Basestation
application. The Control Panel User Interface is shown in Figure 2.01 below:
Figure 2.1
The General Tab under the PlanetCCTV Basestation Properties tab includes the
following configuration options:
•
Name:
The Basestation name is entered here.
•
IP Address:
IP address of the Basestation.
•
IP Ports:
TCPIP Port Numbers used by the Basestation. These should be set in
conjunction with the Firewall Administrator so that these ports can be
enabled on any Firewalls between the Client, the Server, and the
Basestation.
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PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel: Servers
By selecting the Servers tab, the Servers set-up screen is shown in Figures 2.2 below:
Figure 2.2
and
buttons, PlanetCCTV Server definitions
By using the
can be added to the Basestation Control Panel. By selecting an existing entry
and clicking on the
shown in Figure 2.3
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Figure 2.3
•
Name:
As the heading implies, this is the name of the server which you would like to define.
•
Connection:
There are two options here, local area network or connection via modem. The latter
requires a telephone number to be defined.
•
Speed:
This defines the Net Available bandwidth on the communication link. i.e. the
bandwidth available for use by the PlanetCCTV application. It is important to enter an
accurate figure as this figure is used to calculate the data transfer rates for audio and
video when audio is enabled, with priority being given to the audio stream. Setting
the value too low will result in unnecessary delays in receiving video updates. Setting
the value to high will result in audio break-up as there will not be enough bandwidth
available for the audio data.
•
IP Name/Address:
The Name or IP address of desired PlanetCCTV Server is entered here.
•
IP Port:
TCPIP Port Number used by the Server. This should be set in conjunction with the
Firewall Administrator so that the port can be enabled on any Firewalls between the
Server and the Basestation.
•
User name:
A valid username on the desired PlanetCCTV Server is entered here.
•
Password:
The user’s password is entered here. The password can be saved so that the user
does not have to re-enter each time a connection is made or the user can be
prompted to enter the password each time a connection is made
•
Auto Connect while viewing an alarm:
If this option is enabled, upon receiving an alarm, the Client will automatically
connect back to the server from which the alarm was received and display images
from the relevant camera on the server.
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PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel: Users
By selecting the Users tab, the Users set-up screen is shown in Figures 2.4 below:
Figure 2.4
Users can be created and deleted using this interface. Selecting a user and click
on the
2.5.
button to view User properties interface as shown in Figure
Figure 2.5
The Full Name, Password and Group membership (users or administrators)
properties can be edited here.
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PlanetCCTV Basestation Control Panel: Service
By selecting the Service tab, the Basestation Service set-up screen is shown in Figures
2.6 below:
Figure 2.6
To enable the Basestation Service to automatically start when the Basestation is
rebooted, select the “Automatic start on Reboot” check box option. Click on
either the
or
buttons to start or stop the Basestation. To rebutton and to shutdown the Basestation,
boot the server, click on the
click on the
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Chapter 3:
Configuration of the PlanetCCTV
Server Service
The PlanetCCTV Server Service Properties
Windows 2000 / Windows XP Server Service Properties
By default, the Server Service users the system account. In order to enable
remote archiving, the server application requires the user authentication
privileges that cannot be granted to the system account. Therefore, in order to
achieve this, an equivalent to the system account needs to be set-up.
To add a new user to be used for the Server Service account, load the Computer
Management Console under Control Panel / Admin Tools and select the User and
groups section as shown in Figure 3.1.
Figure 3.1
Select the New User option from the context (right click) menu and add a new
user as shown in Figure 3.2.
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Figure 3.2
Important features to note are that the account has the option Password never
expires and User cannot change password ticked. This will prevent the server
being “locked out” by the operating system when prompts for changing the
password in accordance with the settings within the system policy. The account
also needs to be a member of the System Administrators Group and needs
certain user right assignments. The dialog for adding user right assignments is
shown in Figure 3.3.
Figure 3.3
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These are added by selecting the appropriate rights in turn and adding the
appropriate user account to the user right assignment. For a user account to be
used to run as a service, the following rights are needed.
•
•
Act as part of the operating system
Log on as a service
Select the appropriate right assignment and from the context (right click) menu,
select Security. Figure 3.4 shows the dialog for modifying user right
assignments.
Figure 3.4
Click on the
button to add users to the selected right assignment as
shown in Figure 3.5.
Figure 3.5
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Once the user has been added to the right assignment, click on the
button to commit the changes. Repeat for the remaining user right assignments.
Once these have been added, the Server Service properties need to be modified
to log on as the newly created user. Form the Control Panel / Admin Tools
applet, load the Services applet and select the PlanetCCTV Server service. Use
the context (right click) menu to modify the properties. Figure 3.6 shows the
properties of the PlanetCCTV Server Service.
Figure 3.6
Click on the Log On tab to modify the Log On parameters as shown in Figure
3.7.
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Figure 3.7
Notice how the Service has been modified to log on as the selected account
rather than the Local System account (the default for all services). Enter the
newly created user by browsing the user database and enter the password for
button to complete the change. The Server
the user. Click on the
Service will now login as the user account DVR Server. This is a requirement for
remote archiving to function.
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Chapter 4:
Configuration of the Remote
Access Server
The PlanetCCTV Remote Access Server
Windows 2000 / Windows XP Remote Access Server
Loading the Remote Access Server
The Remote Access Server in Windows 2000 is set-up using the Network
Wizard. To load the Network Wizard, run the Start / Settings / Network and
connections / Make New Connection application. Figure 4.1 shows the Network
Wizard user interface.
Figure 4.1
Click on the
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Figure 4.2
Figure 4.2 shows the Network Connection types available. Select the “Accept
button to
incoming connections” as shown in Figure 4.3. Click on the
continue.
Figure 4.3
Select the connection device from the list provided. (this assumes that whatever
remote access device you are using has been correctly installed and configured).
button to continue.
Click on the
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Figure 4.4
Enable or disable VPN (Virtual Private Network) access and click on the
button to continue.
Figure 4.5
Select the users that will be granted remote access. By clicking on the
button, the user properties can be modified. Call-back options can also be set
here or once the connection has been created. Click on the
continue.
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button to
Figure 4.6
Select the networking components required for the network connection. Click on
button to continue.
the
Figure 4.7
Select a name for the Connection (or leave the default name there) and Click on
button to complete the Network Connection set-up.
the
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Once the Network connection has been set-up, you can modify the parameters
by selecting the new connection from Start / Settings / Network and
Connections. Figure 4.8 shows the properties of the newly created Network
connection.
Figure 4.8
The Users tab is shown in Figure 4.9.
Figure 4.9
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The Networking tab is shown in Figure 4.10.
Figure 4.10
button. The Protocol settings
Select the TCP/IP option and click on the
for the incoming connection can be modified here as shown in Figure 4.11.
Figure 4.11
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Finally, ensure the various Remote Access and Telephony services are set to
automatic and are running to ensure that incoming calls will be received. See
Figure 4.12.
Figure 4.12
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Appendices
Appendix 1: Basestation Error Codes/Messages
Range
Type
Code
Message
1000-1999
2000-2999
Errors
1001
An unknown error has occurred.
Warnings
1002
3000-3999
Initialization has failed for some unknown reason.
Informational
1003
The software has expired.
4000-4999
Audit Success
1004
Event logging can not be initialized.
5000-5999
Audit Failures
1005
The service can't register its control function with the Service Control Manager.
1006
The computer's operating system can not be identified.
1007
This software can only be run on Windows NT 4.0 or later.
1008
The service is not configured to run as part of the operating system.
1009
The WinSock software can't be initialized.
1010
The thread that monitors connections has unexpectedly terminated.
2001
An unknown error has occurred.
2002
The thread for a server control panel applet connection caused an exception %1 at address %2.
3001
The service has been started.
3002
The service has been stopped.
4001
The user %1 has logged on from %2.
4002
The user %1 on %2 has created user %3.
4003
The user %1 on %2 has deleted user %3.
4004
The user %1 on %2 has set the groups user %3 is a member of.
4005
The user %1 on %2 has set the password for user %3.
4006
The user %1 on %2 has set the full name for user %3.
4007
The user %1 on %2 has changed the server's start type.
4008
The user %1 on %2 has started the server.
4009
The user %1 on %2 has stopped the server.
4010
The user %1 on %2 has initiated a system shutdown.
4011
The user %1 on %2 has initiated a system reboot.
5001
The user %1 failed to logon from %2.
5002
The user %1 on %2 failed to create user %3.
5003
The user %1 on %2 failed to delete user %3.
5004
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the groups user %3 is a member of.
5005
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the password for user %3.
5006
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the full name for user %3.
5007
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to change the server's start type.
5008
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to start the server.
5009
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to stop the server.
5010
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to initiate a system shutdown.
5011
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to initiate a system reboot.
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Appendix 1: Server Error Codes/Messages
Range
Type
Code
1000-1999
Errors
1001
An unknown error has occurred.
2000-2999
Warnings
1002
Initialization has failed for some unknown reason.
3000-3999
Informationals
Audit
Success
Audit Failures
1003
The software has expired.
1004
Event logging can't be initialized.
4000-4999
5000-5999
Message
1005
The service can't register its control function with the Service Control Manager.
1006
The computer's operating system can't be identified.
1007
This software can only be run on Windows 2000 or later.
1008
The camera properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1009
1010
No camera is set up to capture frames.
The frame files can't be opened.
1011
The alarm file can't be opened.
1012
The WinSock software can't be initialized.
1013
Video capture can't be initialized.
1014
A video compression codec can't be initialized.
1015
1016
Information for the clients can't be initialized.
A thread can't be created to capture frames.
1017
Flags can't be written to the frame file %1.
1018
Frame information can't be written to frame file %1.
1019
The thread that captures frames has unexpectedly terminated.
1020
The thread that compresses frames has unexpectedly terminated.
1021
1022
The thread that monitors connections has unexpectedly terminated.
The server's properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1023
The server's basestation properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1024
The server's I/O properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1025
The server's archive properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1026
The configured archive drive doesn't exist.
1027
1028
The configured drive type is invalid for the archive drive.
The archive drive's type is unsupported.
1029
There are too few frame files to safely archive.
1030
Archiving can't be initialized.
1031
The recording of alarms can't be initialized.
1032
The I/O card can't be initialized.
1033
1034
There is no license.
The license is corrupted.
1035
The trial license has expired.
1036
The computer's time zone is not standard and can't be used.
1037
The audio software can't be initialized.
1038
Archiving can't be initialized because the service doesn't have access to the network.
1039
1040
The server is not configured to run as part of the operating system.
Not enough memory can be allocated to run the server.
1041
Domain information for the computer can't be obtained.
1042
The PTZ software can't be initialized.
1043
A thread caused an exception %1 at address %2.
1044
The frame rate is invalid.
1045
1046
Data can't be read from the frame file %1.
Data can't be written to the frame file %1.
1047
The system time has moved backwards more than is permitted.
1048
The thread that writes frames has unexpectedly terminated.
1049
The service has failed to restart itself.
1050
The watchdog can't be initialized.
1051
2001
The server's map properties can't be obtained from the registry.
An unknown error has occurred.
2002
The video compression codec can't compress a frame.
2003
The PTZ properties can't be obtained or are invalid. All PTZ functionality has been disabled.
2004
The PTZ properties for camera %1 are invalid. PTZ functionality has been disabled for camera %1.
2006
The thread for a client connection caused an exception %1 at address %2.
2007
2008
The thread for a monitor connection caused an exception %1 at address %2.
The PTZ software can't be initialized. All PTZ functionality has been disabled.
2009
The HTTP properties can't be obtained or are invalid. All HTTP functionality has been disabled.
2010
The HTTP software can't be initialized. All HTTP functionality has been disabled.
2011
The HTTP root path specified is invalid or doesn't exist. All HTTP functionality has been disabled.
2012
The HTTP port specified is invalid or already in use. All HTTP functionality has been disabled.
2013
2014
The Video Out software can't be initialized. All Video Out functionality has been disabled.
The system page size is larger than expected.
2015
The archiving of one of the frame files has failed.
2016
There is no media in the archive drive.
2017
The media in the archive drive is full.
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2018
2019
The files on the media in the archive drive can't be deleted.
The same media has been inserted into the archive drive.
2020
The media in the archive drive is read-only.
2021
The path specified for network archiving is invalid or can't be connected.
2022
The user specified for network archiving is invalid.
2023
2024
The password specified for network archiving is invalid.
The network archive path is full.
2025
An unknown error has occurred while attempting to archive to the archive network path.
2026
Access has been denied to the archive network path.
2027
The local archive drive is full.
2028
The external monitor properties can't be obtained or are invalid. All external monitor functionality has been disabled.
2029
2030
The external monitor software can't be initialized. All external monitor functionality has been disabled.
Raw transfer can't be initialized for user %1 on %2.
2031
The thread that compresses frames appears to have hung. The service will be restarted
2032
The SMTP properties can't be obtained or are invalid. All SMTP functionality has been disabled.
2033
The SMTP software can't be initialized. All SMTP functionality has been disabled.
2034
An e-mail couldn't be sent for an event because the event was unrecognized.
2035
2036
There is insufficient memory available to send an e-mail.
Invalid data has been received from the SMTP server.
2037
A connection to the SMTP server timed out.
2038
A connection couldn't be established with the SMTP server.
2039
The username or password for the SMTP server is invalid.
2040
The SMTP server doesn't support any available authentication methods.
2041
2042
The session with the SMTP server can't be authenticated.
The SMTP server has rejected the sender's email address.
2043
Data couldn't be sent or received from the SMTP server.
2044
The SMTP server rejected the e-mail.
3001
The server has been started.
3002
The server has been stopped.
3003
3004
Input %1 ('%2') has been disabled by the user %3 on %4.
Input %1 ('%2') has been enabled by the user %3 on %4.
3005
Input %1 ('%2') has been triggered.
3006
Output %1 ('%2') has been disabled by the user %3 on %4.
3007
Output %1 ('%2') has been enabled by the user %3 on %4.
3008
Output %1 ('%2') has been triggered by an alarm for camera %3 ('%4').
3009
3010
Output %1 ('%2') has been triggered manually by the user %3 on %4.
Output %1 ('%2') has been reset manually by the user %3 on %4.
3011
The system time has been changed from %1 to %2.
4001
The user %1 has logged on from %2.
4002
A monitor has connected from %1.
4003
The user %1 on %2 has logged off a client logged on as %3 from %4.
4006
4007
The alarm system was armed externally.
The alarm system was disarmed externally.
4008
The user %1 has logged off from %2.
4009
A monitor has disconnected from %1.
5001
The user %1 failed to logon from %2.
5002
A monitor failed to connect from %1.
5003
The user %1 on %2 failed to logoff a client.
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Appendix 2: Administration Error Codes/Messages
Range
1000-1999
2000-2999
3000-3999
4000-4999
5000-5999
Type
Errors
Warnings
Informationals
Audit Success
Audit Failures
Code
1001
1002
1003
1004
1005
1006
1007
1008
1009
1010
1011
2001
2002
3001
3002
4001
4002
4003
4004
4005
4006
4007
4008
4009
4010
4011
4012
4013
4014
5001
5002
5003
5004
5005
5006
5007
5008
5009
5010
5011
5012
5013
5014
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Message
An unknown error has occurred.
Initialisation has failed for some unknown reason.
The software has expired.
Event logging can't be initialized.
The service can't register its control function with the Service Control Manager.
The computer's operating system can't be identified.
This software can only be run on Windows 2000 or later.
The service is not configured to run as part of the operating system.
The WinSock software can't be initialized.
The thread that monitors connections has unexpectedly terminated.
A thread caused an exception %1 at address %2.
An unknown error has occurred.
The thread for a connection caused an exception %1 at address %2.
The service has been started.
The service has been stopped.
The user %1 has logged on from %2.
The user %1 on %2 has created user %3.
The user %1 on %2 has deleted user %3.
The user %1 on %2 has set the groups user %3 is a member of.
The user %1 on %2 has set the password for user %3.
The user %1 on %2 has set the full name for user %3.
The user %1 on %2 has changed the server's start type.
The user %1 on %2 has started the server.
The user %1 on %2 has stopped the server.
The user %1 on %2 has initiated a system shutdown.
The user %1 on %2 has initiated a system reboot.
The user %1 on %2 has changed the basestation's start type.
The user %1 on %2 has started the basestation.
The user %1 on %2 has stopped the basestation.
The user %1 failed to logon from %2.
The user %1 on %2 failed to create user %3.
The user %1 on %2 failed to delete user %3.
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the groups user %3 is a member of.
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the password for user %3.
The user %1 on %2 failed to set the full name for user %3.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to change the server's start type.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to start the server.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to stop the server.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to initiate a system shutdown.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to initiate a system reboot.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to change the basestation's start type.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to start the basestation.
The user %1 on %2 failed in an attempt to stop the basestation.
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Appendix 3: Basestation Error Codes/Messages
Range
Type
Code
Message
1000-1999
2000-2999
Errors
1001
An unknown error has occurred.
Warnings
1002
Initialization has failed for some unknown reason.
3000-3999
Informationals
1003
The software has expired.
4000-4999
Audit Success
1004
Event logging can't be initialized.
5000-5999
Audit Failures
1005
The service can't register its control function with the Service Control Manager.
1006
The computer's operating system can't be identified.
1008
The alarm file can't be opened.
1009
The WinSock software can't be initialized.
1010
The basestation's properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1011
The basestation's server properties can't be obtained from the registry.
1012
The thread that monitors connections has unexpectedly terminated.
1013
A thread caused an exception %1 at address %2.
1014
The basestation is not configured to run as part of the operating system.
2001
An unknown error has occurred.
3001
The basestation has been started.
3002
The basestation has been stopped.
4001
The user %1 has logged on from %2.
4002
A monitor has attached from %1.
5001
The user %1 failed to logon from %2.
5002
A monitor failed to attach from %1.
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