Digital Watchdog DW-BJMINIxT, DW-BJMINIxTR Blackjack® MINI™ Installation Guide

Digital Watchdog DW-BJMINIxT, DW-BJMINIxTR Blackjack® MINI™ Installation Guide
Quick Start Guide
Non-RAID
RAID1
DW-BJMINI2T
DW-BJMINI8TR
DW-BJMINI4T
DW-BJMINI16TR
DW-BJMINI8T
DW-BJMINI20TR
®
DW-BJMINI12T
DW-BJMINI16T
DW-BJMINI20T
Network Video
Recorder
Quick Start Guide
MINI
Non-RAID
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DW-BJMINI2T
DW-BJMINI8TR
DW-BJMINI4T
DW-BJMINI16TR
DW-BJMINI8T
DW-BJMINI20TR
DW-BJMINI12T
DW-BJMINI16T
Default login Information for Blackjack ® MINI™
DW-BJMINI20T
Username: admin
Password: admin1234
Default login Information for Blackjack® MINI™
Username : admin
Password : admin1234
WHAT’S
INTHE
THEBOX
BOX
WHAT’S IN
12V DC
Adapter
&
12V
DC Adapter
&
PowerPower
CableCable
1 Set
1 Set
NOTE:Download
Download
Your
Support
Materials
and
Tools
One
Place
NOTE:
AllAll
Your
Support
Materials
and
Tools
in in
One
Place
1. Go to: http://www.digital-watchdog.com/support-download/
Search
you product
by product
entering by
theentering
part number
in the
‘Search
by Product’
search
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part
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for your
the part
number
in the
“Search by
Product”
search for
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applicable
num-berspart
will populate
automatically
based
on
the
part
number
you
enter.
numbers will populate automatically based on the part number you enter.
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‘Search’. All supported materials, including manuals, Quick Start Guide (QSG), software and firmware will
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Attention: This document is intended to serve as a quick reference for initial set-up.
See the DW Spectrum® full manual for more information on features and functionality.
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Network
Network Video
Video Recorder
Recorder
HARDWARE
HARDWARE
Front
Front
Front
F1
F1
F2
F2
F3
F3
F1HDD1
HDD1
F1 F1
LEDLED
HDD1
LED
F2
HDD2 LED
LED
HDD2
F2 F2HDD2
LED
F3
POWER
F3
POWER LED
LED
F3 POWER LED
Back
Back
Back
(GigabitEthernet
Ethernet Port)
Port)
B1LAN
LAN
(Gigabit
Ethernet
B1 B1
(Gigabit
Port)
LAN
Port
(12V)
B2 DC Power
Power
Port(12V)
(12V) (No
(No power
power
B2 B2DCDC
Power
Port
switch)
switch)
(No power switch)
SETTING UP THE BLACKJACK® MINI™
Prepare a computer running Windows® operating system
and install DW Spectrum® Client and DW IP Finder™.
®
®
Connect the computer to the same network or network switch where the Blackjack® MINI™ will be connected.
SETTING UP THE BLACKJACK MINI
Prepare
Prepare a
a computer
computer running
running Windows
Windows operating
operating system
system and
and install
install DW
DW Spectrum
Spectrum Client
Client and
and DW
DW IP
IP Finder.
Finder. Connect
Connect the
the
computer to
to the
the same
same network
network or
or network
network switch
switch where
where the
the Blackjack
Blackjack®® MINI
MINI will
will be
be connected.
connected.
computer
- DW Spectrum® Client can be downloaded from following site in the software tab. -- DW
Spectrum
can
downloaded
(Make
sure toClient
download
only) from
DW
Spectrum
Client
can be
be“client”
downloaded
from following
following site
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in the
the Software
Software tab.
tab. (Make
(Make sure
sure to
to download
download “client”
“client” only)
only)
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-Spectrum-IPVMS/
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-Spectrum-IPVMS/
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-Spectrum-IPVMS/
Finder can
be
from
site
software
tab.
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be downloaded
downloaded
from following
following
site in
in the
thesite
software
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DW IP
IPFinder
Finder™
be downloaded
from following
in thetab.
software tab.
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-IP-Finder/
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-IP-Finder/
https://digital-watchdog.com/productdetail/DW-IP-Finder/
Connecting to
to
Connecting
BlackJack Client
Client
BlackJack
LAN
LAN
LAN
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BlackJack Client
Connect to
to powersource.
powersource.
Connect
Recommend to
to connect
connect
Recommend
directly
to
UPS
directly to UPS
STEP1:
STEP1:
STEP 1:
Connect to powersource.
Recommend to connect
directly to UPS
1Gbps Switch
Connecting the
the power
power cable.
cable.
Connecting
1.
Connect
the
power
to
1. the
Connect
the cable.
power cable
cable
to the
the DC
DC power
power port.
port. The
The device
device will
will automatically
automatically power
power on.
on.
Connecting
power
2.
You
can
check
whether
the
power
is
on
at
the
front
power
LED.
2. You can check whether the power is on at the front power LED.
1. Connect the power cable to the DC power port. The device will automatically power on.
2. You can check whether the power is on at the front power LED.
2
2
2
Network
Video Connecting
Recorder
STEP
2:
Network
Video
Recorder
to the Network
1. Locate the network switch where the Blackjack® MINI™, cameras and the computer running DW
STEP2:
NetworkConnecting
Video Recorder to the Network
STEP2:
Connecting
the
Spectrum®
client to
will
beNetwork
connected.
1.
Locate
the
network
switch
where
MINI
the
cameras
bethe
connected
computer
running
1. Locate
the network
switch
where
the the
Blackjack
MINI
andand
the
cameras
will will
beon
connected
andand
the the
computer
2. Connect
a network
patch
cable
from
theBlackjack
Ethernet
LAN
adapter
(RJ45)
Blackjack®
MINI™
torunning
Spectrum
client
is connected.
DWDW
Spectrum
client
is
connected.
the network
switch.
(Network
cable
not
included).
STEP2:
Connecting to the Network
2. Connect
network
cable
to the
LAN
on the
Blackjack
MINI
to the
network
switch.
(network
cable
included).
2. Connect
the the
network
cable
to the
LAN
on the
Blackjack
MINI
andand
to the
network
switch.
(network
cable
not not
included).
1. Locate the network switch where the Blackjack MINI and the cameras will be connected and the computer running
DW Spectrum client is connected.
2. Connect the network cable to the LAN on the Blackjack MINI and to the network switch. (network cable not included).
NOTE: It is required to use a Gigabit switch for stable performance
NOTE It is required to use Gigabit switch for stable performance
NOTE It is required to use Gigabit switch for stable performance
NOTE It is required to use Gigabit switch for stable performance
(DW IP Finder version 4.4.0 shown)
3. From the
Windows
based Blackjack® server or Client or any Windows® PC, open DW IP Finder™ by double
(DW
IP Finder
version
4.4.0
shown)
(DW
IP Finder
version
4.4.0
shown)
clicking on the DW IP Finder™ icon
on the Desktop or click on DW IP Finder™ from Start Menu > All Programs >
®
DW
IP
Finder.
® ® PC, open DW IP Finder™ by double
3.the
From
the
Windows
based
Blackjack
server
or Client
or any
Windows
3. From
Windows
based
Blackjack®
or
any
Windows
PC,
open
IP Finder™
by double
® server,
®
3. From
the
Windows
based
Blackjack
server
orClient
Client
or any
Windows
PC,
open
DWDW
IP Finder™
by double
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on theon
DW
IP
Finder™
icon
on
the
Desktop
or
click
on
DW
IP
Finder™
from
Start
Menu
DW
IP Finder™
on the
Desktop
or click
on DW
IP Finder™
from
Start
Menu
> Programs
All >
Programs
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clicking on the the
DW
IP Finder™
iconicon on the
Desktop
or click
on DW
IP Finder™
from
Start
Menu
> All
> >
All Programs
> DW
IP Finder™
IP Finder.
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DWDW
IP Finder.
If the
IP- Then
Finder™
is
not
installed
orand
not
the
latest
version,
download
install
from
http://digitalgoistonot
downloads
section
software/firmware.
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DWDW
IP Finder™
installed
or not
theexpand
latest
version,
download
andand
install
from
http://digital4. If thewatchdog.com/support.
DW
IP Finder™ is not installed or not the latest version, download and install from
watchdog.com/support.
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http://digitalwatchdog.com/support.
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Software,
select
DW
IPIPFinder™
from
the
dropdown
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install
the
DW
Finder™
by
following
the installation
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Software,
select
DW
IP
Finder™
from
the
dropdown
list.list. wizard.
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- Then
godownloads
to downloads
section
and expand
* Requires
DW
IP and
Finder™
4.3.17 orsoftware/firmware.
later version.
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go downloads
to
section
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go to
section
and expand
expandsoftware/firmware.
software/firmware.
-on
Click
on
the
download
to download
the
DW
IP Finder™.
Finder™.
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the
DWicon
IP
is opened,
click
to scan all the DW cameras and Blackjack® models that are on
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the
download
icon
to
download
the
DW
IP
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on the
download
icon
toFinder™
download
the
DW
IP Finder™.
the network.
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the DW
IP Finder™
by following
the installation
wizard.
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install
IP Finder™
by following
installation
wizard.
- Then
install
the the
DWDW
IP Finder™
by following
the the
installation
wizard.
* Requires
DW
IP
Finder™
4.3.17
or
later
version.
* Requires
IP Finder™
4.3.17
or later
version.
* Requires
DWDW
IP Finder™
4.3.17
or later
version.
5.the
When
the
IP Finder™
is opened,
click
5. When
DW
IPDW
Finder™
is opened,
click
5. When
the
DW
IP Finder™
is opened,
click
the
network.
are on
the
network.
the network.
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to
scan
allthe
the
DW
cameras
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models
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if exist.
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click click
to scan
the network
for the
MINI.
network
if exist.
to scan
the network
forBlackjack
the Blackjack
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7.
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the
Blackjack
MINI
from
the
list,
then
either
double
click
on the
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the
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MINI
from
the
list,
then
either
double
click
on
the
®
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network
ifMINI
exist.
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to
scan
the
network
forclick
the
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MINI.
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not
listed,
the
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drop
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and
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thethe
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double
on
7.
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the
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MINI
from
the
list,
then
either
double
on
thethe
®
7. Find the Blackjack
MINI
from
the
list,under
then
either
double
click
on the ®
under
the
IP
Conf
column.
the
or
click
on
under
the
IP
Conf
column.
the
or
click
on
or
click
on
the
the
IP
Conf
column.
network if exist.
to under
scan
the
network
forcolumn.
the Blackjack MINI.
the IP
Conf
column.
orThen
click
on theon the under
the
IP Conf
or click
click
® click on the
under
the IP
Confclick
column.
7. Find the Blackjackor
MINI from the list, then
either
double
on the
or click on the
under the IP Conf column.
8.the
From
the Device
Settings,
enter
IP Address,
Netmask
and Gateway
then
click
Apply
tochanges.
save changes.
8. From
the
Device
Settings,
enter IP
IP
Address,
Netmask
and
then
click
Apply
to save
changes.
8. From
Device
Settings,
enter
Address,
Netmask
andGateway
Gateway
then
click
Apply
to
save
8.
the
Device
Settings,
enter
IP Address,
Netmask
and Gateway
then then
clickthen
Apply
to save
changes.
8. From
the
Device
Settings,
enter
IP Address,
Address,
Netmask
and
Gateway
click
Apply
to save
8. From
From
the
Device
Settings,
enter
IP
Netmask
and
Gateway
click
Apply
tochanges.
save changes.
8. From the Device Settings, enter IP Address, Netmask and Gateway then click Apply to save changes.
9. Click
to update the IP address of the Blackjack® MINI.
10. Follow #7 to open the Device Settings and register the product.
®
9. 9.
Click
to update
the IP
addressIPof
the Blackjack
MINI.
- 9.
Select
Registrant,
enter
Name,
Email
Phone,
Apply.
® MINI™.
® then click
update
address
ofand
the
Blackjack®
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toCompany,
update
the
IP
address
of
the
Blackjack
MINI.
9.Click
Click
totoupdate
thethe
IP address
of
the
Blackjack
MINI.
®
®
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to open the to
Device
update
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the IPthe
and
address
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product.
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MINI.
9. #7
Click
to
update
IP
address
the
Blackjack
MINI.
10. Follow
#7 tothe
open
the Device
Settings
register
the product.
4 and
Follow
#7 to
open
Device
Settings
and register
the then
product.
10.
Follow
to
open
the
Device
Settings
and
register
the
product.
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Select
Registrant,
Name,
Email
and
Phone,
click
Apply.
10.
Follow
#7#7
to#7
open
the Company,
Device
Settings
and
register
the product.
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toenter
open
the Device
Settings
and
register
the product.
4
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Registrant,
enter Company,
Email
and Phone,
then
click
Apply.
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Registrant,
enterCompany,
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Name, Name,
Email
and
Phone,
then click
Apply.
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enter
Name,
Email
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Company,
Name,
Email
andand
Phone,
thenthen
click click
Apply.
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Registrant,
Company,
Email
andPhone,
Phone,
then
click
Apply.
4 Name,
4
4
4
4
* Internet connection is required for product registration.
Network Video Recorder
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NOTE:
Default IP Info
* Internet connection is required for product registration.
IP
Address:
192.168.1.200,
* Internet connection
is required
for product registration.
Subnetmask: 255.255.255.0
NOTE: Default IP Info
etwork
VideoVideo
Recorder
Network
Recorder
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
NOTE:
Default
IP Info
IP Address: 192.168.1.200,
* Internet
connection
is required
for product
registration.
IP Address: 192.168.1.200,
* Internet
connection
is required
for product
registration.
* ConsultSubnetmask:
with your 255.255.255.0
IT or network administrator if you do not have IP information.
Subnetmask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
NOTE:
Default
IP Info
NOTE:
Default
IP Info
Gateway:
192.168.1.1
IP Address:
192.168.1.200,
IP with
Address:
* Consult
your192.168.1.200,
IT or network administrator if you do not have IP information.
Consult with your11.
IT Iforyou
network
administrator
if you do
IP information.
have
separate
subnet
fornot
thehave
cameras,
you can assign secondary IP address for the cameras’ network
Subnetmask:
255.255.255.0
Subnetmask:
255.255.255.0
from the DW-BJMINI’s management web page and follow a thru g. If not you can proceed to Step 3 Setting
Gateway:
192.168.1.1
Gateway:
If192.168.1.1
you have separate subnet for the cameras, you can assign secondary IP address for the cameras’ network from
Date
and11.
Time.
11. If you have separate subnet for the cameras, you can assign secondary IP address for the cameras’ network from
the DW-BJMINI’s management webpage and follow a thru g. If not you can proceed to Step3 Setting Date and Time.
the DW-BJMINI’s management webpage and follow a thru g. If not you can proceed to Step3 Setting Date and Time.
* Consult
with with
youryour
IT orITnetwork
administrator
if you
do not
IP information.
* Consult
or network
administrator
if you
do have
not have
IP information.
a. If you
want
to login
the web
server,
enter
thethe
IPIP
address
from
internet
browser
or on
a.
If you
want to
to login
the web
server,
enter
addressofofthe
the DW-BJMINI
DW-BJMINI from
thethe
internet
browser
or click
a. If
you click
want on
to login
the
web
server,
enter
the
IP
address
of
the
fromthe
the DW
internet
browser or click on
the
button in the above DeviceDW-BJMINI
Settings from
IP Finder™.
the
button in the above Device Settings from the DW IP Finder.
11. If11.
you
have
separate
for
the
you
can
assign
IP address
for the
network
fromfrom
If you
have
separate
subnet
for cameras,
the
cameras,
secondary
IP address
for cameras’
the cameras’
network
the
button
in thesubnet
above
Device
Settings
fromyou
thecan
DWassign
IPsecondary
Finder.
the DW-BJMINI’s
management
webpage
and and
follow
a thru
g. If g.
notIf you
can can
proceed
to Step3
Setting
DateDate
and and
Time.
the DW-BJMINI’s
management
webpage
follow
a thru
not you
proceed
to Step3
Setting
Time.
a.
If you
wantwant
to login
the web
server,
enterenter
the IP
of the
fromfrom
the internet
browser
or click
on on
a.
If you
to login
the web
server,
theaddress
IP address
of DW-BJMINI
the DW-BJMINI
the internet
browser
or click
the the
button
in the
Device
Settings
fromfrom
the DW
IP Finder.
button
in above
the above
Device
Settings
the DW
IP Finder.
b. When the webpage is opened, enter the user name and password.
When the webpage is opened, enter the user name and password.
NOTE Default login Information
NOTE Default login Information
Login
name:
admin,
Password:
admin1234
b. When the web
page
is opened,
enter
the user name
and password.
b.
Login name: admin, Password: admin1234
c.
d.
b. b.
When
the* You
webpage
is opened,
enter
the user
name
and
password.
can click
CHANGE
LATER
to user
change
theand
password
later in Default Password Warning dialog box.
When
the webpage
is opened,
enter
the
name
password.
NOTE:
Default
loginLATER
Information
* You
can click
CHANGE
to change the password later in Default Password Warning dialog box.
NOTE
Default
login
Information
NOTE
Default
login
Information
Login
name:
admin, Password: admin1234
c.
Click
on the
tab
and then click
on the
from the dropdown list.
Login
name:
admin,
Password:
Login
name:
admin,
Password:
admin1234
Click on the
tab and
then
click
on the admin1234
from the dropdown list.
d. click
Enter
the Secondary
IPto
Address
and
Subnet Mask later
whereinthe
cameras
are connected.
* You can
CHANGE
LATER
change
the
Default
Password
Warning
dialog
box.
can can
click
CHANGE
LATER
to
change
thepassword
password
laterare
in Default
Password
Warning
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Network Video Recorder
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3.
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Enter password and click connect.
* Default password : admin1234 (case sensitive)
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* Default password : admin1234 (case sensitive)
3. Enter password and click connect.
* Default password: admin1234 (case sensitive)
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* Default password : admin1234 (case sensitive)
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STEP 4: Enter License
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Configure recording
* Cameras will be automatically populated under the server’s resource tree if the cameras and the server’s IP addresses are
properly configured. If the cameras are not listed, then follow steps a thru e to add cameras manually.
a. Right click on the server then select Add Device from the context menu.
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3.
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Network Video Recorder
STEP 5:
3.
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Click OK to when the License is activated.
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3. Click OK to when the License is activated.
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properly configured. If the cameras are not listed, then follow steps a thru e to add cameras manually.
a. Right click on the server then select Add Device from the context menu.
STEP5:
Configure recording
* Cameras will be automatically populated under the server’s resource tree if the cameras and the server’s IP addresses are
properly configured. If the cameras are not listed, then follow steps a thru e to add cameras manually.
a. Right click on the server then select Add Device from the context menu.
c. Enter the IP address of the camera in the Device Address, enter the camera username in the Login, enter the camera’s
password in the Password and leave the Discovery Port to Auto.
* IP address of the cameras can be obtained from DW IP Finder.
c. Enter the IP address of the camera in the Device Address, enter the camera username in the Login, enter the camera’s password in the Password and leave the Discovery Port to Auto.
c. Enter the IP address of the camera in the Device Address, enter the camera username in the Login, enter the camera’s
password
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password in the Password and leave the Discovery Port to Auto.
* IP address of the cameras can be obtained from DW IP Finder.
d. When the camera is discovered, click Add Selected.
d. When the camera is discovered, click Add Selected.
d. When the camera is discovered, click Add Selected.
d. When the camera is discovered, click Add Selected.
e. Repeat a ~ f until all the cameras are added.
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1.
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1. Right click on the camera to setup recording, then click Camera Settings.
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Network Video Recorder
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Red dot will appear next to the camera when the recording is started.
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STEP6:
Backup Database
1.
Click on the menu
then click System Administration from the dropdown list
STEP6:
Backup Database
1.
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* Strongly recommend to also backup to the external storage media.
* Strongly recommended to also backup to the external storage media.
NOTE: More information and instructions are available in the Spectrum Manual.
NOTE: More information and instructions are available in the DW Spectrum® manual.
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TROUBLESHOOTING TIPS
Problem
Possible Solutions
My camera does not
auto-discover
1. Is the camera in the same LAN network as the Media Server?
2. Is your camera compatible with DW Spectrum? (Refer to our website for full list of supported cameras.)
3. Is the camera updated to its latest firmware?
4. If your camera is integrated with DW Spectrum via ONVIF, make sure ONVIF is enabled on your camera.
5. Try adding the camera manually.
6. Try rebooting the server after installation. Allow up to 2 minutes for the server to map your network and
detect all supported devices.
Videos are slow
1. Are you accessing the same cameras from multiple clients? (LAN &WAN)
2. Do you have a Gigabit network? Check your network speed.
My camera appears
disconnected
1. Under camera settings, make sure the user name and password are correct.
2. Under the camera settings, use the ‘Ping’ button to make sure the camera is connected to the
network properly.
3. If you can connect to the camera’s web viewer, try rebooting the camera and/or restore it to factory default.
4. Make sure your camera is using the latest firmware available.
5. Make sure that the camera is connected to the same network as the server.
6. If you are connecting to a camera that is integrated with DW Spectrum via the ONVIF protocol (see list),
make sure ONVIF is enabled.
7. Make sure your user has permissions to view that specific camera.
I can’t get playback
video from my
camera
1. Do you have network connection between client and server (in case server and client are not on the
same machine)?
2. Make sure your user has playback viewing permissions for the selected channel.
3. Make sure the camera is set to a recording mode that would provide recorded video for the selected time
and environment.
4. On the server side, check the media server log to make sure the camera you are trying to watch has not
been unexpectedly disconnected.
I get an ‘unauthorized’
message on my
camera
1. Make sure the camera’s user name and password are properly entered in the camera’s general information
under the camera settings menu.
2. If necessary, try rebooting the camera to apply the camera’s user name and password.
SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS
Recommended Specs for the Full Client
Windows
Processor
Intel Core i5 or greater
Video Card
Intel HD Graphics 2500 (or higher) with 1GB Dedicated Memory
Recommend NVIDIA or AMD graphics card with 2GB or more memory
Resolution
1920 x 1080
RAM
16GB
NIC
1Gbps Ethernet
OS Supported
– Client
Linux OS
Windows
7 Home, 7 Standard, 7 Pro, 7 Ultimate, 8/8.1 Standard, 8/8.1 Pro,
8.1 Enterprise, 10 Home/Pro/Enterprise**
Windows Servers*
Any versions of 2008, any versions of 2008R2, any versions of
Server2012, any versions of Server 2012 R2
Linux
Ubuntu 14.04, Ubuntu 16.04
Mac
OSX 10.11, OSX 10.12
* Except Storage Server version
Important: OS not listed will be not be supported by DW™ Tech Support
Tel: +1 (866) 446-3595
Fax: (813) 888-9262
Rev Date: 01/19
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