Quick Installation Guide SHM-100 Standalone System Health Management Server V18.08.16 BEFORE YOU START Thank you for purchasing ACTi Standalone System Health Management Server (SHM). This guide contains all the information you need to quickly set up the SHM system via local display interface. The items below are required for installation: • Monitor (with HDMI, DVI or DisplayPort input and the cable) • USB mouse • USB keyboard • Network switch • Network video recorder 1 UNPACK This package includes the following items: 2 SHM Unit Power Adapter SATA Cable Screws Quick Installation Guide Socket Converters 2 AT A GLANCE FRONT PANEL 1 2 1 Power Button 2 USB 3.0 Ports x 2 REAR PANEL 1 2 3 6 7 4 8 5 9 1 Power Connector 5 Audio Output 2 DisplayPort 6 HDMI Port 3 LAN Ports x 2 7 USB 3.0 Ports x 4 4 COM Port x 2 (for RS-232) 8 DVI Connector 9 Audio Input Quick Installation Guide 3 3 CONNECT THE DEVICE The example below displays a local network consisting of an SHM server and basic required peripherals to start using the device. Network Power Source SHM Network Video Recorders USB Devices HDMI Monitor 4 START UP 1. On the front panel, press the POWER BUTTON to turn on the SHM. 2. On the Windows log on screen, type “123456” to enter the Windows system. NOTE: To assign a static IP address to the SHM, after entering Windows operating system, configure the network settings in Windows Network and Sharing Center. 4 Quick Installation Guide 5 OPEN FIREWALL OF NVR PORT For security purposes, Windows Firewall is activated by default. In order to connect to a Network Video Recorder (NVR) server, the firewall must be opened for the specific NVR port. 1. Take note of the IP address and port number of the NVR server that will be added to the SHM. 2. On Windows, search for “firewall”. 3. Select Windows Firewall with Advanced Security. 4. Select Inbound Rules > New Rule... 5. On the pop-up, select the following to open the port firewall. Then click “Finish.” 4 1 “Allow the connection” “Port” 2 “TCP” Select all 5 3 Type port Type Rule Name 6 7 6. The new rule will then be added to the Inbound Rule list. Quick Installation Guide 5 6 LOGIN 1. On Windows desktop, double-click the icon to open the application interface. System Health Management 2. Input the default account and password to log in. Default Account and Password Account: admin Password: 123456 Understand the User Interface Full Screen Language Main Menu Menu List Logout Toolbar Page Minimize menu Menu Options: • Real-time Monitor: Shows the real-time status of the servers • Real-time Monitor-eMap: Shows the device or server placement on the e-map • Event Search: Allows users to search and view the device status or event filter • Dashboard: View the graphical status of the servers on this page • eMap Setting: Page to configure eMap • Location Setting: Page to configure the server location • Server Configuration: Page to configure servers 6 Quick Installation Guide 7 ADD LOCATION Before adding the server, define first the possible server locations. 1. On the left menu panel, click Location Setting, then click Add new Location. 2. Type the preferred Location Name; this will be used in defining the location of servers. 3. Type the Address and click Search to mark the location on the map. Information such as Latitude and Longitude are automatically updated based on the map location. 4. Click Save. Repeat the above steps to add more locations. The location will be shown on the Location Setting page. Quick Installation Guide 7 8 ADD SERVER The Server Configuration page allows users to add the server(s) to be monitored through the SHM device. 1. On the left menu panel, click Server Configuration, then click Add new server. 2. Select the server location from the Location Name list. This location must be configured first in the Location Setting menu. 3. Type the server information. 4. Click Save. Repeat the above steps to add more servers. The server will be shown on the page. Once a server is added, its event status will be shown on the Real-time Monitor page. 8 Quick Installation Guide 9 SET eMAP You can use the eMap feature to mark a camera or server to its location on the map. The supported image files are PNG and JPEG. 1. On the left panel, click eMap Setting, then click Choose. 2. Using a USB thumb drive, search and upload the eMap file. The image appears on the lower part of the page. 3. Select the server to display the device list. 4. Drag the server or a camera to the map to mark its position. Once an eMap is added, users can view the map on the Real-time Monitor-eMap page. Quick Installation Guide 9 10 MONITOR STATUS Monitoring can be done through the following pages: Real-time Monitor On the left menu panel, click Real-time Monitor to view the server status as events happen in real-time. Event list Event notification pop-up Event Search On the left menu panel, click Event Search if you want to view the event log by filtering the server, or a particular device or by the events that happened. Specifying date range can also narrow down the search. Fill up to filter the search results 10 Quick Installation Guide Dashboard On the left menu panel, click Dashboard to view the summarize graphical report of events. Note If you have any question during the system installation, please feel free to contact our engineers via ACTi Customer Help Desk platform at http://www.acti.com/CHD.