15-CD02NB IP Installation Users manual

15-CD02NB
IP Installation
Users manual
Table of contents
Chapter1. General Introduction........................................................................................................................ 2
1.1 System Requirements of IE browser............................................................................................................ 2
Chapter2. Basic Introduction of IE ................................................................................................................... 3
2.1 Foreword..................................................................................................................................................... 3
2.2 The first time connect PC to IP Cam .......................................................................................................... 3
2.3 The first time to login and setup IP Camera............................................................................................... 4
Chapter3. Advanced Configuration of IE......................................................................................................... 9
3.1 Foreword..................................................................................................................................................... 9
3.2 IP Module functions & setting .................................................................................................................... 9
Live Video..................................................................................................................................................... 9
System Setting – NTP................................................................................................................................. 11
System Setting – Account ........................................................................................................................... 13
System Setting – Motion Setting ................................................................................................................ 15
System Setting – PTZ Control .................................................................................................................... 17
System Setting– Alarm Setting ................................................................................................................... 19
System Setting – Audio............................................................................................................................... 20
System Setting – Video ............................................................................................................................... 21
System Setting – Reset................................................................................................................................ 24
System Setting – Firmware Update ............................................................................................................ 24
System Setting – Reboot............................................................................................................................. 25
Net Setting page – PPPoE .......................................................................................................................... 26
Net Setting – DDNS .................................................................................................................................... 27
Net Setting – LAN........................................................................................................................................ 28
Net Setting – Multicast................................................................................................................................ 30
Net Setting – Port........................................................................................................................................ 31
Net Setting – Email ..................................................................................................................................... 32
Net Setting – FTP........................................................................................................................................ 33
Net Setting – UPnP ..................................................................................................................................... 34
Net Setting – IP Config ............................................................................................................................... 34
Storage – Storage Setting............................................................................................................................ 35
Appendix A: Reset and Factory Default Value............................................................................................... 37
Appendix B: Network problematic Utilities ................................................................................................... 42
Appendix C: Internet Explore Security Settings ........................................................................................... 44
Appendix D: 3G Mobile Surveillance compatible list.................................................................................... 45
How to connect Video Server with 3G mobile phones. ................................................................................... 45
Appendix E: Frequently Asked Questions...................................................................................................... 46
IP Module Features......................................................................................................................................... 46
IP Module Installation .................................................................................................................................... 47
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Chapter1. General Introduction
Thank you for purchasing this product. It is a versatile and high image solution for your
small office or home surveillance. It’s also a stand-alone IP Device with a built-in
processor and web server that provides highest quality video and system performance.
This IP Device can be accessed remotely, and controlled from any PC / Notebook over the Intranet or
Internet via web browser or remote application software. The user-friendly installation procedure and
intuitive web-based interface offer easy integration with your LAN environment or network. It also
comes with I/O input and output to notice user with some situation. It’s a really good choice to build a
stable and remote surveillance system.
1.1 System Requirements of IE browser
Local Area Network: 10Base-T Ethernet or 100BaseTX Fast Ethernet, Wi-Fi Network:
IEEE 802.11 b/g
Configuration Environment of browser:
• ActiveX Enabled and Compliant Web Browser (recommended: Microsoft™ Internet
Explore 6.0 or later)
• CPU: Pentium IV, 1.8 GHz or above
• Memory Size: 512MB recommended
• VGA card resolution: 1024*768 (recommended: Support Overlay function VGA Card)
• OS: Windows™ 2000 SP4, XP SP2 and VISTA (32 bits) support DirectX 9.0c or above
• Other suggestion requirement: CD-ROM.
Important! : A fixed IP address is not required to access IP Cam on the Internet. However, if your
IP address is dynamic IP, provider by your Internet service provider. Then signing up for a
dynamic DNS (DDNS) service will make accessing form the Internet much convenient. Singing up
for a DDNS is easy. More method for dynamic IP connect please sees FAQ for more detail.
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Chapter2. Basic Introduction of IE
2.1 Foreword
We strongly recommended you use Windows™ Internet Explorer 6.0 or higher version to
login and setup the IP Cam For IE of Windows™ Vista OS, please refer to Internet
Explorer Security Settings.
2.2 The first time connect PC to IP Cam
Step 1. Plug the Ethernet cable into the RJ-45 connector at the LAN connector.
Step 2. Plug the other side of the Ethernet cable into HUB or switch HUB port.
Step 3. Connect the power supply to the Power connector, and then plug the adaptor into
power outlet.
Notice: The IP of PC should be under the same network area which’s like:
192.168.0.xxx (except 192.168.0.100), subnet: 255.255.255.0 otherwise you can not
connect to IP Cam.
The IP Camera default IP is: 192.168.0.100
The default ID & password is: admin
Now, we can start to login and setup IP Camera as below chapter.
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2.3 The first time to login and setup IP Camera
Step 1. Please double-click the IE browser icon on desktop or quick launch bar.
Step 2. After IE launch, please insert “192.168.0.100” into the URL (address) as below
and press “ENTER” key on keyboard.
Important! : Please make sure there is no computer using the same IP address as
192.168.0.100 on the same LAN area.
Step 3. The IE will require to the User Name and Password for login. Please input the
default Name and Password which both were: admin
You may change in the IP Camera’s password, please refer System Settting - Account.
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Step 4. After login, you’ll see a pop-up bar upon the browser, please click the pop-up bar
to install ActiveX™ program, otherwise the IP Camera cannot work properly.
Step 5. Please click “Install ActiveX Control” to install the program of IP Camera.
Step 6. Please select
to continue installation.
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Step 7. The installation will auto download and install all the required software. Please
wait for a while for complied the installation and please DO NOT interruption the
process.
Step 8. After the decoder installed, you will see the “Live Video” as below.
Step 9. At the same time, the Windows™ firewall may pop-up the alert message to ask
for blocking. Please DO NOT block the traffic between IE and IP Camera. Please select
to continue the process.
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Step 10. If you cannot see the video, may be caused by the Mpeg4DecodeSetup program
didn’t install properly. Please download and install manually and then check the video
again.
Step 11. If the video have no problem, users can setup the basic network configuration
which was like: LAN or PPPoE as below diagrams. For advanced setup of the
configurations, please refer to Net Setting - LAN.
LAN
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PPPoE
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Chapter3. Advanced Configuration of IE
3.1 Foreword
This chapter’s mainly to introduce about configurations of IP Camera. Users can setup
ALL detail in IE’s configurations of IP Camera. Thus please read this chapter carefully
will help to know about all functions of IP Camera. If you use the IE of Windows™
VISTA operating system, please refer to Internet Explorer Security Settings. Please read it
step by step, if any assistance needed, please contact your local dealer or reseller.
3.2 IP Module functions & setting
Live Video
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Display OSD timer
Live Video configurations:
Multi-Language:
Manual Recording & Snapshot:
Click
to record or snapshot, and then it will be saved in USB or SD
storage. How to set-up the storage, please refer to Storage Setting.
Notice: User can only ether manual record nor snapshot to storage device. Please
refer to Storage - Storage Setting for more information.
Important! Back to default setting, please refer to System Setting - Reset
User can select each stream to view on the select box.
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To change the zoom’s value can enlarge or shrink the display size of live video window.
Users can adjust the brightness, saturation, contrast, Hue, Sharpness, OSD, OSD
Transparency and OSD color of live video.
Two-ways Audio:
Click
to start sending the voice from PC sound card to IP camera’s
speaker. Click
to turn-off the function.
Snapshot & record to desktop
User can press the right mouse button to enable/disable snapshot and record to desktop.
System Setting – NTP
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To setup the correct date and time of IP camera. Please select one of update modes and the
program will sync the date & timer to the choice.
A.
: Please select the correct TIME ZONE first and IP
camera will connect NTP Server to update the date and time automatic.
Notice! : If you are using this mode, please make sure IP camera can link to Internet,
otherwise the date and time will not be updated.
B.
: Please input the date and time manually. The IP camera will change
the time settings regard user’s setup.
C.
, then click
to synchronize the date and time
with users’ PC timer.
NOTE! : Please note that time will not be modified unless pressed to save the
settings.
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System Setting – Account
User can modify the accounts’ password in this page. We provide three different levels of
Administrator, User and Demo to use. For the safety reason please change the password
under following instructions.
Administrator: This account has authority to setup and modify all configurations of IP
cameras, thus please keep this account for higher securing.
User Name is fixed on 『admin』, it cannot be modified. You can only change the
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password. Please insert the new in “password” and “confirm”, then click
to save the new password.
User: This level only authority process video previewing and files in media storage (SD /
USB), thus it cannot modify any setting.
User Name is fixed on『user』, it cannot be modified. You can only change the password.
Please insert the new in “password” and “confirm”, then click
to save the
new password.
Demo user: This level only had authority of video previewing, thus it cannot modify any
setting of IP camera. If you would like enable DEMO account, Please tick the “Enable”.
User Name is fixed on 『demo』, it cannot be modified. You can only change the password.
Please insert the new in “password” and “confirm”, then click
to save the
new password.
NOTE! : Please be assured that you already pressed
settings as modified or the IP camera may not save your change.
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to save the
System Setting – Motion Setting
This IP camera supports Motion Detection and also can send alarm out to notify users.
About Motion Detect, users can find and modify the settings in this page.
Preview Window:
The window displayed viewing area. User may set maxima 1 mask areas for motion
detect, if not set any mask area, the motion detecting will not work at all.
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In this picture, we already arranged 2 mask areas for examples, so you can see 2 red color
masks on video window.
Mask Number:
If you want to setup the mask of motion detecting, please select the mask number firstly
and then use mouse (hold left button) to drag on video window for drawing a area. You’ll
see a red box after dragging (release left key) and marked to the mask number on video
window.
If you want to delete the mask, also please select the Mask Number you want delete area
to delete the mask.
firstly. Then click
Sensitivity:
Users can adjust the sensitivity of Motion Detection. Please use mouse to move the slide
bar and adjust level sensitivity between Low and High.
Picture Capture:
Enable
to snapshot and then send to
(FTP) or
(e-Mail box) while motion being detected. About how to setup the FTP and MAIL, please
refer to Net Setting - Email and Net Setting - FTP
Notice: If user selects Picture Capture to FTP Alarm or mail E-mail Alarm, it will
only send to FTP or E-mail, if the storage set video capture.
Video Capture to Storage:
If user wants capture video when motion detected. Please tick the
box to enable to save on media storage.
Notice: User can only ether picture capture or video capture to storage device. Please
refer to Storage - Storage Setting for more information.
NOTE : Please note that Motion Detect function will not work unless pressed
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to save the settings.
System Setting – PTZ Control
This page will help users to control the speed dome (PTZ) for professional
surveillance system.
Video Window:
This video window displays the video of speed dome. This helps users to control the
PTZ more convenient.
Video of speed dome
Setup of PTZ:
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Please select the PTZ mode at first according to the speed dome module. Now we support
several kinds of PTZ, PIH-7000/7600, PELCO-D/P, NICECAM MP-1800, CANNO
VC-C4, FASTRAK II, AcutVista and DynaColor. The protocol can be added via ODM or
OEM customers.
Control Panel:
Please select the model of PTZ, check the Address on PTZ camera’s hardware setting and
then confirm which com. port connect with the control box. After correct settings of PTZ,
then we can control the PTZ now.
:Move up
Click
:Move down
:Left
to adjust the moving speed of the PTZ.
:Right
.
:For user control Zoom In or Zoom
Out.
:For user to control Focus Far or Focus Near
by.
:For user to adjust IRIS more or less.
:To Auto-Focus the PTZ camera, click again to disable.
: To Auto cruise the PTZ camera, click again to disable.
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System Setting– Alarm Setting
Digital Input Alarm Settings:
This setting’s for uses to setup the Alarm Actions
(send alarm picture to e-mail and FTP) as the IO
Input been triggered.
For example: We connected a sensor at I/O INPUT
and then triggered all the Alarm Actions included Alarm Picture to e-Mail and FTP. When
the sensor triggered, IP camera will snapshot the photo and send to e-MAIL and FTP.
Video Loss Alarm Settings:
This setting’s for user to setup the Alarm Actions (alarm picture to mail) as responding for
the Video Loss.
It means that I/O Output will send alarm out and send message to mail box if the IP
camera lost video signal.
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Output Alarm Settings:
User can setup the Output Alarm triggered for
the following action “Motion Detect”, “Digital
Input 1” ,and “Video Loss”.
This setting’s also for use to adjust the Action
Time (from 1 second to 19 seconds) of Output
alarm and test the Alarm Output function.
Notice: User can only ether Alarm Video nor Alarm Picture to storage device. Please
refer to Storage - Storage Setting for more information.
NOTE 2! : Please note that Alarm setting will not work unless pressed
to save the settings
System Setting – Audio
This setting’s for user to setup the compressed audio to storage and transmitted on LAN.
Codec Settings:
User can setup the Bit rate in 32kbps, 48kbps or 64kbps of the audio compression. To set
smaller Bit rate will get smaller size to storage or transmitting on LAN.
NOTE! : Please note that Audio setting will not change unless pressed
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to save the settings.
System Setting – Video
This setting’s for user to setup the video format and compressed video to storage or
transmit on network. We design two different setup modes for user choice. One is for
Beginner and the others for Professional User. Generally we recommended use the
Beginner Mode. It’s easy and enough to setup for most situation.
In Beginner mode, user can setup the dual-streaming (both of Main stream and sub stream)
easily.
Stream format: Enable to set stream format with H.264, MPEG 4 or MJPEG
Resolution: Select the resolution of video to QCIF, CIF or D1. This will have effect on
storage and network transmission.
Quality: Select the quality to Highest, Higher, Medium, Lower or Lowest. This will also
have effect on storage and network transmission.
Tip: The quality items’ relate to the video’s Bit rate, and Bit rate will get higher if set on
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higher quality.
In Professional mode, we can setup dual-streaming (both of Main stream and sub stream),
with different stream format, resolution, quality and the video of 3GPP. Generally we take
the Stream1 for main stream and the Stream2 for sub-stream. Of course the two streams
can be used to record, analyze, network surveillance or re-process depends on users’
requests.
We’ll introduce step by step as following:
Stream format: Enable to set stream format
with H.264, MPEG 4, MJPEG or 3GPP.
Setup the video compression of Fixed Bit rate (File Size) to
get stable video transmission. (From 16Kbps to 5Mbps)
Setup the video compression of Fixed Quality to get stable
video quality (from Standard to Excellent quality).
Select the resolution of video to QCIF, CIF or D1. This
setting will effect on live view, storage and network transmission of size.
Important! Please select the correct video system of NTSC or PAL, or the streaming
might incorrect.
Frame rate is setting for transmission (From 5fps to 30 fps).
Important! Click 3GPP button
will set the stream suit for 3G
bandwidth and status, of course, please use 3G mobile phone and assure there’s 3G
signal around. About the 3G mobile phone compatible list, please refer to 3G Mobile
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List.
MJPEG:
Adjust the video quality of JPEG compression from 1 to 100. The
higher value will get higher quality and bigger file size.
Select the resolution of video to QCIF, CIF or D1. This will
have effect on storage and network transmission.
Important! Please Select the correct video system of NTSC or PAL, or the streaming
might incorrect.
Framerate is setting for transmission (From 5fps to 30 fps).
Important! Click 3GPP button
will set the stream suit for 3G
bandwidth and status, of course, please use 3G mobile phone and assure there’s 3G
signal around. About the 3G mobile phone compatible list, please refer to 3G Mobile
List.
NOTE! : MJPEG stream does not support motion detect.
NOTE! : Please note that video setting will not change unless pressed
save the settings.
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System Setting – Reset
This functions for user (Administrator) to reset for the wrong or trouble settings back to
factory default. Users can reset All, Video/Audio, Motion, Storage, SMTP, FTP, NTP and
Account settings. After reset, the selected settings will return to factory default values,
except PPPoE, LAN, WLAN, DDNS, USB and SD.
NOTE! : Please note that reset will not effect unless pressed
the settings.
System Setting – Firmware Update
This function is for administrator to update the firmware of IP Video Server.
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to save
Update Procedures:
Step1. Get or download the firmware from technical support, sales, retailer or website and
save in local disk.
Step2. Login to IP Video Server, click
→
→
Step3. Select the new firmware file
Step4. Click
to start update process and wait for a few minutes.
Step5.
You’ll see the process bar moving from left to the right
and then screen will become to BLANK when it finish the update procedure.
Step6. We strongly recommend you to DO the hardware reset, after firmware updated.
Step7. After firmware updated with hardware reset, please re-install MPEG4 codec again.
And all setting will back to factory default. Please DO re-setup the settings and check the
video display. If any question, please contact your sales or technical support for more
help.
NOTE! : Updating firmware may cause unexpected errors or damage the devices.
Please request for more professional opinions and technical support before use this
function.
System Setting – Reboot
This function’s for user reboot the IP Video Server.
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Just press the
button, then the IP Video Server will initial by itself. The
Reboot procedure will take about 30 seconds.
Recommend to use the reset function:
A. No video display at local (not at remote side).
B. The device cannot connect to network (wire/wireless, PPPoE or DDNS fail).
C. Abnormal IP Video Server working.
D. Unstable IP Video Server working.
E. Unexpected system crash.
Net Setting page – PPPoE
This function’s for user to setup PPPoE dial up to internet.
Please insert the PPPoE information (User Name and password) to:
Click
to save the settings as modified.
Please disconnect the power cable of the IP Video Server and then re-connect IP Video
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Server to PPPoE modem. The IP Video Server will connect to internet via PPPoE. For
more information about PPPoE, please contact your ISP for more information.
IMPORTANT! If you were use dynamic IP on PPPoE. We strongly recommend you
to setup E-Mail first. Otherwise, you can’t get the IP address of Video Server after
connect to internet.
NOTE! : Please note that PPPoE will not be saved unless pressed
to
save the settings.
Net Setting – DDNS
This function is for user to setup DDNS.
What’s DDNS?
Dynamic Domain Name Server : This function is used for dynamic IP user, especially for
xDSL internet connection. If you want to build a surveillance server on internet but you
don’t have fixed IP address can be used for the server.
Now the IP Camera can support the DDNS service of DynDNS.org、3322.org、dhs.org、
tzo.com、dyns.cx、easydns.com、ods.org and private DDNS. Please register an account at
one of these websites and then you can get the DDNS service. For more detail please refer
the DDNS website you register.
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Please input the DDNS service information:
And then please enable the Dynamic DNS
remember to press
. After above, please
to save the settings and get it work.
Before DDNS work, please assure that your PPPoE function of IP Video Server can
dial-up to internet without any problem. Then please reboot IP Video Server and wait it to
initial the DDNS service.
Private DDNS
Our video server allow user to use the local distributors or resellers’ DDNS service. For
more information about Private DDNS, please contact your distributor or reseller.
NOTE! : Please note that DDNS will not be saved unless pressed
save the settings.
Net Setting – LAN
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to
In LAN settings, user can setup the DHCP and IP information of Ethernet (Wire) network
connection. We recommended setup this function by professional MIS.
Ethernet:
PPPoE: Users can setup PPPoE dial-up to internet. Please select
to enable PPPoE
function, about the configuration, please refer to PPPoE.
DHCP Client: Users can have a fix IP or DHCP for Wireless IP Video Server. Please
select
to enable DHCP client and then the IP Video Server will get an IP from the
router or server. Without DHCP function, please select off
and then input the
information of IP Address, Subnet Mask, Gateway, DNS and Host Name by yourself.
NOTE! : Please note that LAN setting will not be saved unless pressed
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to save the settings.
Net Setting – Multicast
In Stream Setting, users can setup the Multicast Server IP and define the network ports by
themselves. We recommended setup this function by professional MIS to build an IP
surveillance system. Please check these settings if your network connection’s behind a
firewall, router or network filter.
Multicast:
The Multicast function general using only for Client Application on Intranet. Using this
function can reduce the data flow while many remote clients created connections with IP
Video Server in Intranet network at the same time. All you need to assign a Multicast IP
(range: 224.0.0.0 ~ 239.255.255.255) for IP Video Server using to do Multicast function.
After that, the further connections from remote clients will link to the Multicast IP
directly for receiving the video/audio. Therefore the data flow will be reduced between
the IP Video Server and Multicast IP.
NOTE! : Please note that Multicast setting will not be saved unless pressed
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to save the settings.
Net Setting – Port
RTSP Setting:
In RTSP Port settings, user can specify stream for 3G Mobile phone.
RTSP port: This column is for user to set the port on RTSP. The default UDP port is 554.
RTSP 3GPP Name1: This column allow user to specify the name for RTSP stream1.
RTSP 3GPP Name2: This column allow user to specify the name for RTSP stream2.
RTSP authentication: This option is a security mechanism for user to enable or disable
ACL.
: If the RTSP authentication select on. Please entry the
following format of” http://IP camera IP/“to login on your 3G mobile phone.
: If the RTSP authentication select off. Please entry the
following format of “RTSP:// IP camera IP:554/RTSP 3GPP Name 1 (or Name 2)” to
login on your 3G mobile phone.
Notice: Please type “RTSP 3GPP Name1 (or Name 2) as your setting, the default
setting is “3g” on name 1 and “3gv2” on name2.
Port Setting:
These ports can be changed to the special network transmission policy if the IP cameras
were built behind a firewall or router.
Please note that firewall or router must be set for receiving input and output data to (or
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from) IP cameras from network, otherwise the stream can’t be view on internet. For more
detail about port setting, please refer your MIS.
NOTE! : Please note that Port setting will not be saved unless pressed
to save the settings.
Net Setting – Email
IP Video Server had the ability to send alarm or message out via Email. Therefore we
have to setup a SMTP server for sending email out. We strongly recommended to build a
SMTP server which can avoid block by SPAM blacklist and the user may not receive
email from IP Video Server.
Email setting:
: Please entry your email SMTP, we
recommend you to entry the SMTP which your ISP provide.
: Please entry your email address that will
received the alarm or information email.
: Please entry your email account.
: Please entry your email password.
: Please select your email security authentication method.
For more information about Email setting, please contact your MIS or ISP for technical
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support.
NOTE! : Please note that email setting will not be saved unless pressed
to save the settings.
Net Setting – FTP
IP Video Server had the ability to send alarm picture or video out to FTP server. Therefore
we can setup a FTP server to save the files. Please follow below instruction to input the
settings of FTP.
FTP setting:
: Please entry your FTP server IP or URL.
: Please entry your FTP server port. The default setting is 21.
: Please entry your FTP account.
: Please entry your FTP password.
: Please entry the folder you want to save.
: Please select the FTP service mode.
For more information about FTP setting, please contact your MIS for technical support.
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NOTE! : Please note that FTP setting will not be saved unless pressed
to save the settings.
Net Setting – UPnP
This function’s for user to setup UPnP.
What’s UPnP?
Universal Plug and Play : It allows peer-to-peer networking of PCs, networked
appliances, and wireless devices. It is a distributed, open architecture based on TCP/IP,
UDP and HTTP. UPnP enables communication between any two devices under the
command of any control device on the network (LAN). General speak, you will easy to
discovery the IP Video Server devices located in『My Network Places』in Windows™
operating system after enable this function.
Click
and then press
to enable this function.
Click
and then press
to disable this function.
NOTE! : Please note that UPnP setting will not be saved unless pressed
to save the settings.
Net Setting – IP Config
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User can check the network information in this page.
MAC Address:
NOTE! : “eth0” means “Wire”, “eth1” means “Wireless.
Storage – Storage Setting
The storage settings are for user to external SD or USB storage devices. And the Manual
Snapshot and Record Video save path.
Important!: We strongly recommend that remove SD or USB storage devices, please
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click
or
first. Otherwise may cause the
storage device damage.
This setting is for user to select the save path of snap shoot. Please select the right saving
device, or the image and video may not be save correctly.
NOTE! : The picture and video can only select one format to be saved, and storage
can only set ether SD nor USB to be the storage device.
This function is for user to set the before and after record when the event trigged.
This setting is for user enable capture video, when network disconnected.
This setting is for user select the stream of video capture.
The Record Time length (for record video) can be set to 5, 10, 30 & 60 minutes.
Users also can setup the Schedule Snapshot in this setting. The IP camera will save the
snapshot picture every a period of time as user setup to SD or USB storage devices.
NOTE! : If the SD or USB storage device’s full, the Video Server cannot delete or
recycle by itself. Thus please check the storage status anytime or after a period of
time.
NOTE! : Please note that storage setting will not be saved unless pressed
to save the settings.
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Appendix A: Reset and Factory Default Value
Press and hold the Hardware Reset button on IP Module over 10 seconds to reset the
camera to the factory defaults. You will see the Red indicator LED light again when
it is finish reset procedure.
Tip: The system will reset to the Default IP (192.168.0.100).
Note! : You’ll need to reconfigure the IP Module settings after resetting the camera.
The IP Module will recover to the factory default username (admin) and password
(admin). The network settings on your camera will also restore to the default value,
therefore you may need to reconfigure the camera using the Utility Tool program.
Factory Default Value Sheet
Video
Item
Default Value
Video
D1
Resolution
Video Format
H.264
Bit rate
1.5 Mbps
Frame Rate
30 fps (stream 1)
30 fps (stream 2)
Brightness
138
Saturation
125
Contrast
112
Hue
129
Sharpness
3
OSD Timer
On
Transparency
Off
Font Color
Orange
Zoom
100%
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Account
Item
Default Value
Administrator
admin
Name
Administrator
admin
Password
User Name
user
User Password
user
Motion Setting
Item
Default
Value
Motion Detection
Disable
Mask
All clear
Sensitivity
0
IO Alarm
Disable
Picture Capture
Disable
Video Capture
Disable
Alarm Setting
Item
Default
Value
Alarm Picture
Off
Alarm Mail
Off
Alarm FTP
Off
Video Loss Alarm Mail
Off
Output Alarm Event
Off
Select
Output Alarm Action
1 sec
Time
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Audio
Item
Default Value
MP2 Bit rate
32kbps
Item
Default Value
User Name
--
Password
--
Password Retype
--
Item
Default Value
Dynamic DNS
Off
DDNS Service
DynDNS.org
Host Name
--
User Name
--
Password
--
Item
Default Value
DHCP Client
Off
PPPoE
Off
IP Address
192.168.0.100
Subnet Mask
255.255.255.0
Gateway
192.168.0.1
DNS 1
168.95.1.1
DNS 2
168.95.192.1
HostName
Digital_Security_Camera
Item
Default Value
PPPoE
DDNS
LAN
Multicast
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Multicast Enable
Off
Multicast IP
234.5.6.11
Multicast Port
6000
Item
Default Value
RTSP Port
554
RTSP 3GPP Name 1
3g
RTSP 3GPP Name 2
3gv2
RTSP
On
Port
Authentication
Control Port
21
Alarm Port
22
HTTP Port
80
Item
Default Value
SMTP Server
--
Recipient
--
Username
--
Password
--
Authentication
PLAIN
E-mail
Mode
FTP
Item
Default Value
FTP Server
Server IP
FTP Port
21
Username
User Name
Password
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Remote Folder
--
Passive Mode
Off
Item
Default Value
UPnP Service
Off
UPnP
Storage Setting
Item
Default Value
Manual SnapShot
Off
Picture
Manual Record Video
Off
I frame before event
15
I frame after event
15
Record Time
5 minuets
Schedule Snapshot
Off
Interval
10 minutes
NOTE:
*”--“ means that default value had no meaning.
*MAC address was assigned in factory which cannot be changed by users.
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Appendix B: Network problematic Utilities
Windows™ operating system includes various network information utilities to
determine various network configurations. To determine your IP address and
network settings, please follow the procedures.
1. Click on “Start” => “Run” and type in: cmd and then press “ENTER”
2. Type command: ipconfig and then press “ENTER”.
3. This will display your network card’s IP address, Subnet Mask, and
Default Gateway.
Please remember it, we will use it later.
4. Ping IP Module’s IP address, the Default IP is 192.168.0.100. Please type in
the same
command windows: ping XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX. The
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX is your
IP Module’s IP address. For example: ping
192.168.0.100.
5. If there is a camera, or a PC or other network device online and using this
address, you will see:
Pinging 192.168.0.100 with 32 bytes of data:
Reply form 192.168.0.100: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Reply form 192.168.0.100: bytes=32 time<1ms TTL=128
Ping statistics for 192.168.0.100:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received =4, Lost = 0 (0% loss),
Approximate round trip times in million-seconds:
Minimum = 0ms, Maximum = 0ms, Average = 0ms
6. If there is NO response on this address you’ll see
Pinging 192.168.0.100 with 32 bytes of data:
Request timed out.
Request timed out.
Ping statistics for 192.168.0.100:
Packets: Sent = 4, Received =0, Lost = 4 (100% loss),
This indicates that the address is available for use. However, there could still be
a device which is currently offline which is configured to use the address. To be
certain, make sure all your network devices are on and connected to your
network when checking for address availability.
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Appendix C: Internet Explore Security
Settings
The IP Module’s web environment Communications using both JavaScript and
ActiveX control technologies. The ActiveX control must be downloaded form the
camera and installed on your PC. There are four things that your Internet
Explorer security settings must allow for the web page to work correctly.
1. Download signed ActiveX controls
2. Run ActiveX control and Plug-ins
3. Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting
4. Active Scripting (Java Scripts)
All these things are enabled by the default Internet Explorer Security settings.
You can restore the default settings in Internet Explorer by clicking “Tool”
=> ”Internet Options” => “Security” => “Default Level”.
You can also click “Custom Level” and set each of the four items listed above to
“Enable”. The default security level n Internet Explorer is set to “Medium”.
CAUTION! : You do not need to enable the option foe downloading unsigned
ActiveX controls. Unsigned ActiveX controls may cause problems on your
computer or allow hackers or a virus to be installed on your system without
notice. Signed controls have a digital signature encoded in them verify the
identity of the author.
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Appendix D: 3G Mobile Surveillance
compatible list
Dopod CHT9100
Dopod 595
Nokia N93
Nokia N80
Motorola E1070
Motorola raza 3.x
Motorola V3x
Sony Ericsson K608i
Sony Ericsson K610i
Sony Ericsson W900i
How to connect Video Server with 3G mobile
phones.
Step 1. Use mobile phone to link 3G network and then launch the Internet
browser of 3G mobile. (Note! : For 3G mobile surveillance, the IP cannot be
virtual IP)
Step 2. In the network address, please input the IP address of your Video
Server follow below examples (assume the Video Server’s IP is 192.168.0.100).
For STREAM 1 3GPP, please input: http://192.168.0.100/3g
For STREAM 2 3GPP, please input: http://192.168.0.100/3gv2
About the streaming settings, please refer to System Setting - Video
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Appendix E: Frequently Asked Questions
IP Module Features
Q: What is an IP Module?
A: The IP Module is a standalone system connecting directly to an Ethernet or
Fast Ethernet network. It is different from the conventional PC Camera; the IP
Module is an all-in-one system with built-in CPU and web-based solutions
providing a low cost solution that can transmit high quality video images for
monitoring. The IP Module can be managed remotely, accessed and controlled
from any PC / Notebook over the Intranet or Internet via a web browser.
Q: What is the maximum number of users that can be allowed to access IP
Module simultaneously?
A: Maximum number of user that can log onto the IP Module at the same time is
6. Please keep in mind the overall performance of the transmission speed will
slow down when multiple users are logged on.
Q: What algorithm is used to compress the digital image?
A: The IP Module utilizes JPEG image compression technology and Motion
JPEG image compression technology to provide high quality images. JPEG is a
standard for image compression and can be applied to various web browser and
application software without the need to install extra software.
Q: Can I capture still images from the IP Module?
A: Yes, you are able to capture still images with the snapshot function from the
Client Software supplied with the IP Module CD-ROM. You may also use the
first page that shows up when you type in the IP Address of the camera. When
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viewing this page, click the “refresh” button on your web browser to update the
image. You can right-click the mouse on it and save to a new file. Also you can
type: http://{IP address}:{port}/cgi-bin/image.cgi on IE browser and then the
browser will get a current JPEG file of the live video.
IP Module Installation
Q: What username and password do I use for the first time access the IP Module
or after a factory default reset?
A: User Name = admin, password = admin (all lowercase).
Q: What do I do if I can’t remember my username and password?
A: Restore the factory default settings by pressing and holding down the reset
button for 15 seconds. Caution: Any configuration settings you have entered will
be lost.
Q: Can the IP Module be used outdoors?
A: The IP Module is not weatherproof. It needs to be equipped with a
weatherproof case to be used outdoors and it is not recommended.
Q: What network cabling is required for the IP Module?
A: The IP Module uses RJ-45 Category 5 UTP Twisted-pair cable allowing 10
Base-T and 100 Base-T networking.
Q: Can the IP Module be setup as a PC-cam on the computer?
A: No, the IP Module is used only on Ethernet and Fast Ethernet network or
supported by wireless transmission.
Q: Can the IP Module be connected on the network if it consists of only private
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IP Addresses?
A: Yes, the IP Module can be connected to a LAN with private IP Addresses.
Q: Can the IP Module be installed if a firewall exists on the network?
A: If a firewall exists on the network, port 80 is open for ordinary data
communication. You will need to do port forwarding by opening a port to the
camera (NAT function). Please refer to your firewall’s product manual for
detailed instructions. Another way is modify the DMZ function on the Router,
re-director the Internet connection Real IP to the IP Module’s intranet Virtual
IP.
Q: I cannot access the IP Module from a web browser.
A1: The possible cause might be the IP Address for the IP Module is already
being used by another device. To correct the possible problem, you need to first
disconnect the IP Module from the network. Then run the PING utility (follow
the instructions in Appendix B: Network problematic Utilities)
A2: Check the Ethernet status LED around the Ethernet ends. It should blink
Green and orange light. If not, check that both ends of the Ethernet cable
connection are secure.
A3: Confirm that you are using the correct IP address and port number. You
can use the Utility Tool to observer the status. Please confirm that Camera’s
gateway setting matches the LAN IP of the gateway / router connection it to the
Internet. The gateway may be configured not to respond to pings on its WAN IP.
A4: Confirm that the http port used by the camera (default = 80) is forwarded to
the camera’s LAN IP address in the gateway / router’s configuration. Please
refer to your gateway / router’s manual.
A5: If IP Module is inside the intranet (Behind a NAT router). Then the Internet
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Explorer outside the NAT router can’t access the IP Module’s IP address. You
can modify Router’s DMZ function or NAT forwarding function let Internet
connection can access the IP Module. Also you can use DDNS function together
to access you IP Module in Web address around the world.
Q: How Can I Register DDNS service?
A: Please go to the fallowing DDNS provider or the other DDNS provider
company. Register a account and finish the register procedure. Then apply a
Domain on the DDNS provider. Then input the Domain name (from by DDNS
provider), User Name (account of the DDNS), Password (password for the
DDNS) and DDNS Server address (Please find in the DDNS provider Web Page)
or the IP Server address in Your IP Cam configuration. Then presses apply for
Enable the DDNS services.
For example:
User Name: xxxxxxxx
Password: ●●●●●●●●
Server: dynupdate.dyndns.org
Here are some Free DDNS providers:
http: //www.dyndns.org/ (recommended DDNS provide)
http: //www.3322.org/
DDNS Service must operation under Real IP environment, if the IP Cam is
behind the NAT router or the Firewall. Please set NAT redirection or DMZ
functions to the IP Cam IP address.
Q: Why E-mail configuration’s correct but cannot send E-mail?
A: Some times user configure E-mail setting is correctly, however the LAN or
Wireless setting configure didn’t setup the DNS server address. Therefore the IP
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Cam cannot find the correct E-mail server address. So E-mail cannot be sent. So,
correction the DNS server address can solve this problem.
Q: Why camera cannot be pinged?
A: Check the camera is on and the Ethernet status LED is on and blinking.
Cycle the power off and then on and re-check. Confirm that the IP address of
the camera does not conflict with another device on the network by ping the
address with the camera power off. Make sure your internet connection is not
cross the NAT router.
Q: Why does the Power LED not light up constantly?
A: The power supply used might be at fault. Confirm that you are using the
provided power supply, which is DC 12V, for the IP Module and verify that the
power supply is well connected.
Q: Why does the LAN LED not light up properly?
A1: There might be a problem with the network cable. To confirm that the
cables are working, ping the address of a known device on the network. If the
cabling is OK and your network is reachable, you should receive a reply similar
to the following (…bytes = 32 time = 2 ms).
A2: The network device utilized by the IP Module is not functioning properly,
such as hubs or switches. Confirm the power for the devices are well connected
and functioning properly. And please shout-sown and restart again.
Q: Why does the IP Module work locally but not externally?
A1: Might be caused from the firewall protection. Check the Internet firewall
with your system administrator. The firewall may need to have some settings
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changed in order for the IP Module to be accessible outside your local LAN.
A2: Make sure that the IP Module isn’t conflicting with any web server you may
have running on your network.
A3: The default router setting might be a possible reason. Check that the
configuration of the router settings, allow the IP Module to be accessed outside
your local LAN.
Q: The focus on the IP Module is bad, how can I correct it?
A: Adjust the IP Module focus manually, it can turn left and right to adjust for
the correct focus.
Q: Internet Explorer displays the following message: “Your current security
settings prohibit downloading ActiveX controls”.
A: Restore the default IE security settings (Medium) or configure the individual
settings to allow downloading and scripts of signed ActiveX controls. Refer to
Appendix C: Internet Explore Security Settings chapter for more detail.
Q: Internet Explorer displays message: “Error on Page in the status bar in the
lower left corner of the web page”.
A: Most likely, the camera ActiveX control did not download and install
correctly. Check your Internet Explorer security settings and them close and
restart Internet Explorer. Try to browser and log in again.
Q: How can I tell if the camera’s ActiveX is installed on my PC?
A: Go to C: \Windows\Downloaded Program files and check to see if there is an
entry for the file Cam Image Class. The status column should show “Installed”.
If the file is not listed, make sure your Security Settings in Internet Explorer are
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configured properly and then try reloading the camera’s home page.
Q: My browser does not seem to work too well with the IP Module?
A: Make sure that you are using Internet Explorer 5.0 or higher. If you are
experiencing problems, try upgrading to the latest version of Microsoft’s
Internet Explorer from the Microsoft website ate: http:
//www.microsoft.com/windows/ie
Q: Noisy images occur. How can I solve the problem?
A: The video images might be noisy if the IP Module is used in a very low light
environment. To solve this issue you need more lighting.
Q: There are no images available through the web browser?
A1: The ActiveX might be disabled. If you are viewing the images from Internet
Explorer 7.0 above and make sure ActiveX has been enabled in the Internet
Options menu. Please see Appendix C: Internet Explore Security Settings to
configure your Internet Explorer.
A2: Make sure that your web browser supports ActiveX. If you are using
Internet Explorer with a version number of lower than 4, then you will need to
upgrade your web browser software in order to view the streaming video
transmitted by the IP Module.
Q: What can I do if I have more questions?
A: We hope your experience with IP Module is enjoyable; you may experience
some issues or have some questions that this Q&A has not answered. Please
contact your retail or resell for more detail.
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