HD IP Camera DL-3BB6F11
Content
1. Installation ............................................................................................................................. - 6 1.1. Minimum System Requirements ............................................................................... - 6 1.2. Preparation ................................................................................................................ - 7 1.2.1. Product introduction ...................................................................................... - 7 1.2.1.1. Brief Specification Introduction ........................................................ - 7 1.2.1.2. Product Functions Introduction ......................................................... - 7 1.2.2. Network Preparation ..................................................................................... - 9 1.3. Configuring the IP Device ....................................................................................... - 14 1.3.1. Real-time ..................................................................................................... - 16 1.3.1.1. Video Control .................................................................................. - 16 1.3.1.2. Pan/Tilt Operation ........................................................................... - 17 1.3.1.3. Size of Preview Image .................................................................... - 17 1.3.1.4. Real-time Video Function ............................................................... - 19 1.3.2. Replay ......................................................................................................... - 21 1.3.2.1. Query Type ...................................................................................... - 22 1.3.2.2. File List ........................................................................................... - 22 1.3.2.3. Play Toolbar .................................................................................... - 23 1.3.3. Settings........................................................................................................ - 24 1.3.3.1. Basic Parameters ............................................................................. - 24 1.3.3.1.1. Device Name ...................................................................... - 24 1.3.3.1.2. Time Setting ........................................................................ - 24 1.3.3.1.3 Video loop-back output ........................................................ - 26 1.3.3.1.4. User Management ............................................................... - 26 1.3.3.1.5. Time to Reboot ................................................................... - 27 1.3.3.1.6. Restore to Leave Factory Default Parameters ..................... - 27 1.3.3.1.7. System Update .................................................................... - 28 1.3.3.2. Network parameters ........................................................................ - 28 1.3.3.2.1. IP Address & Port ............................................................... - 29 1.3.3.2.2. WIFI Parameters ................................................................. - 31 1.3.3.2.3. DDNS ................................................................................. - 33 -2-
1.3.3.2.4. FTP Parameters ................................................................... - 34 1.3.3.2.5. UPNP .................................................................................. - 36 1.3.3.2.6. Streaming Protocol ............................................................. - 37 1.3.3.3 3G .................................................................................................... - 38 1.3.3.3.1. Dial up setting ..................................................................... - 38 1.3.3.3.2. 3G online mode................................................................... - 39 1.3.3.3.3. 3G network ......................................................................... - 40 1.3.3.3.4. Dial log ............................................................................... - 41 1.3.3.3.5. 3G Status............................................................................. - 41 1.3.3.3.6. PIN Code ............................................................................ - 42 1.3.3.3.7. SMS Settings ...................................................................... - 42 1.3.3.4. Channels Parameters ....................................................................... - 43 1.3.3.4.1. Character Superposition ...................................................... - 43 1.3.3.4.2. Video Coding ...................................................................... - 44 1.3.3.4.3. PTZ Protocol ....................................................................... - 45 1.3.3.4.4. Adjust Color ........................................................................ - 46 1.3.3.4.5. Area Shield ......................................................................... - 47 1.3.3.4.6. Region of Interest ............................................................... - 48 1.3.3.4.7. Sensor ................................................................................. - 49 1.3.3.4.8 .Day/Night Switch ............................................................... - 50 1.3.3.4.9. Audio Parameters ................................................................ - 50 1.3.3.5. Alarm Parameters ............................................................................ - 51 1.3.3.5.1. Sensor Detection Schedule Settings .................................... - 51 1.3.3.5.2. Motion Detection Area Settings .......................................... - 52 1.3.3.5.3. Motion Detection Schedule Settings ................................... - 53 1.3.3.5.4.NetworkAbnormalDetection ................................................ - 54 1.3.3.5.5. Camera Been Shaded Alarm Trigger Schedule Settings ..... - 54 1.3.3.5.6. Email Alarm Settings .......................................................... - 55 1.3.3.6. Server Storage ................................................................................. - 57 1.3.3.6.1. Server-end Timing to Record .............................................. - 58 1.3.3.6.2 FTP Scheduled record .......................................................... - 58 1.3.3.6.3. Server-end Timing to Snapshot ........................................... - 59 -3-
1.3.3.6.4. Server-end Snapshot Parameters ......................................... - 59 1.3.3.6.5. Server-end Storage Device.................................................. - 60 2. Frequent Asked Questions ................................................................................................... - 61 2.1. Fail to Access the IP Camera through the Browser ................................................. - 61 2.2. Can Not Play Video after Program Updating .......................................................... - 62 2.3. Fail to Browse Images Normally in Windows98 ..................................................... - 62 2.4. Can Not Get Data Passed Through Switch .............................................................. - 62 2.5. Errors Occur After Updating ................................................................................... - 63 3. Appendix ............................................................................................................................. - 64 3.1. Hardware Reset ....................................................................................................... - 64 3.2. Mapping & Access IP Device via WAN .................................................................. - 66 3.2.1. UPNP Mapping ........................................................................................... - 68 3.2.2. Manual Mapping ......................................................................................... - 69 3.3. Wireless Settings ..................................................................................................... - 72 3.3.1. Set Wireless Router ..................................................................................... - 72 3.3.2. Set the IP Device ......................................................................................... - 74 3.3.3. Check the Wireless Settings ........................................................................ - 76 3.4. How to Use the Streaming Protocol ........................................................................ - 78 3.5. 3G User Guide......................................................................................................... - 83 3.5.1. Set the 3G parameters ................................................................................. - 83 3.5.1.1. Dial up setting ................................................................................. - 84 3.5.1.2. 3G online mode ............................................................................... - 85 3.5.1.3. 3G network ..................................................................................... - 86 3.5.1.4. Dial log ........................................................................................... - 86 3.5.1.5. 3G Status ......................................................................................... - 87 3.5.1.6. SMS Settings................................................................................... - 87 3.5.2. Set Forwarding server to view 3G IP device ............................................... - 90 3.5.2.1. Configure Forwarding Server ......................................................... - 90 3.5.2.1.1. Set ―RVS Service Port‖ and ―Transmit Port‖ ...................... - 90 3.5.2.1.2. Mapping the forwarding server—RVS service port ............ - 91 3.5.2.1.3. Check the forwarding server WAN IP address .................... - 92 3.5.2.1.4. Make sure the port mapping is successful ........................... - 92 -4-
3.5.2.1.5. Connect the 3G IP device and forwarding server ................ - 93 3.5.2.1.6. Set forwarding username and password .............................. - 94 3.5.2.2. Visit the 3G IP device via the forwarding Server ............................ - 96 3.5.2.2.1. Configure the CMS ............................................................. - 96 3.5.2.2.2. Visit via web browser of IP device ...................................... - 97 -
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1. Installation
1.1. Minimum System Requirements
The IP device provides access through an embedded web server. To access the
device, your PC needs to meet minimum requirements to perform satisfactorily.
CPU
Pentinum 4 2.4GHz and above
Memory
128 MB or above
Windows XP with SP2 or above.
Operating System
Windows Vista / Windows 2003 / Win7
Internet Explorer 6.0 and above.
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1.2. Preparation
1.2.1. Product introduction
1.2.1.1. Brief Specification Introduction
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H.264/MJPEG/MPEG4 video compression
Resolution:2592*1920 , 2048*1536 , 1920*1080, 1280*720, 704*576,
704*480, 704*288, 704*240, 640*480, 352*288, 352*240, 320*240
Alarm I/O support motion detection, date, time, event trigger
Two-way audio, broadcast system
RTSP, VLC(PS/TS) stream media protocol
Multi-level user accessing with password protection
Mobile surveillance
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3G/WiFi (WEP/WPA/WPA2 encryption ) optional
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TF card Supported. NAS server storage
1.2.1.2. Product Functions Introduction
The following tables show the features of some products.
Products update quickly, please refer to the products you buy to confirm the
functions. Our company reserves the right to update the user manual content
without prior specification statement.
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Ultra HD IP Dome Camera ( DL-3BB6F11-AR )
Product Image:
Sensor
Size:
Sensor Type
1/3 "3.1 megapixel progressive scan CMOS
Maximum Image Size
2048(H)×1536(V)
Color
Minimum
Illumination B/W
0.6 [email protected] F1.6
Shutter Speed
1/30 sec to 1/4000 sec
WDR
Up to 100dB
White Balance
Auto / Shutdown
HSBLC
Support
SNR
50DB
0.08 lux @ F1.6(0 lux @ IR ON)
Lens
Lens Interface Type
CS
Aperture
Auto
Lens Type
Fixed focus, standard f: 6mm lens, Support 4mm / 8mm
Audio and video
Video Compression
Resolution
H.264 / MJPEG
Main
2048*[email protected]; 1920*[email protected]; 1280*[email protected] fps
Secondary
704*[email protected] 25fps , 352*[email protected]
Video bit rate
1M ~ 12Mbps, CBR / VBR adjustable
Can be set to display video channel name, time, date
OSD
You can set the display position
Features:
Privacy Mask
4 areas
◎ 1/3 "progressive scan CMOS
◎ maximum resolution up to 3.1M, 2048 * 1536 @ 20
fps, dual-stream
◎ support wide dynamic function, up to 100dB
◎ support image A.FLK, a reset button and heart
protection
◎ Support local video loop out, easy installation;
◎ Support One channel alarm input, alarm output
function
◎ Support TF card local storage, effective
solution because the video network failures caused
loss problems
◎ Support ONVIF network video interconnection
standard protocols, perfectly compatible with a
variety of platforms;
Image Settings
Supports mirroring and flipping
Automatic image
adjustment
function
Image
adjustment
AEC, AWB, AGC
Scenario:
Network protocol
WDR feature is particularly suitable for backlighting
environment, including: finance, banking, government,
schools, museums, airports, shopping malls, railway
stations, traffic monitoring and other fields
Remote upgrade
TCP/IP、HTTP、DHCP、DNS、DDNS、FTP、NTP、
PPPOE、RTSP、UDP、UPNP、SMTP、RTP
Support
Large Platform
Support large platform access
Interface Pictures
Other
Color saturation, brightness, contrast, sharpness
Digital image stabilization, anti-flickering image, motion
detection, video shelter
Audio Compression
Voice: G.711; Talkback: G.722
Two-way Audio
Support
Network
DDNS
Support
Video settings
Alarm Output
Computer
Remote
View
Can be set to automatic recording and manual recording
(motion alarm recording, sensor alarm recording, timer
recording)
Email, Ftp Upload
Internet Explorer (6.0+), Chrome, Firefox, Safari
User Account 5
Interface
Power Interface
DC12V / 2A
Video loop out
1VP-p Composite Output (75 Ω / BNC)
Reset button
Hardware reset button
Audio Input
Oneway, 3.5mm AV audio interface
Audio Output
1 channel speaker output, 3.5mm AV audio interface
Network Interface
RJ45 10M/100M
RS485 interface
1 RS485
General specifications
1, Power Interface
3, reset button
5, audio output(red)
7, RS485 slot
Day and Night Mode
2, video loop out
4, audio input(white)
6, network port
Housing for the
environment
Installation
Aluminum alloy, suitable for indoor
Degree of protection
Without
Ceiling mounted
Work environment
-10 °C ~ 60 °C / 0% -95% RH
Powered by
DC12V / 2A (optional POE)
Power
Less than 12W
Infrared light 30 Ф5 light
Size
Φ 156*128(H)
distance
Weight
1.1Kg
ICR
IR-CRT
10-15m
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1.2.2. Network Preparation
IP device accesses through Internet Explorer browser. Please set up the correct
IP address firstly.
1.
Setup your PC network
The IP address of your PC must be in the same subnet with the IP device. You
need to match the TCP/IP settings with PC before you can access it via IE.
2.
Setup IP device’s IP address
The default IP address of IP device is 192.168.1.19. Default Subnet Mask is
255.255.255.0
To access the IP device, the IP address of the PC should match the address
below.
IP Address: 192.168.1.xxx
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
NOTE: xxx should be a number from 1 to 254 except 19, which is used by the IP
device. Please make sure that two equipments cannot share the same IP address in
the same network. For example, you can set up your PC IP address:
192.168.1.200.
Below is an example to explain the setting procedures on Windows 7. If your
computer operation system is Win 7, please refer to OS user-manuals for proper
setting up.
 STEP1
Start up your computer.
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STEP2
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Click the [Start] and select the ―Control Panel‖
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STEP3
Select the ―Network and Internet connections‖.
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STEP4
Select the ―Network and Sharing Center‖
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STEP5
Select the ―Local Area Connection‖
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STEP6
Click the ―Properties‖
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STEP7
Select the ―Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)‖
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STEP8
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Select the ―Use the following IP address‖, enter the IP address and subnet
mask. For example, you can set up your PC IP address: 192.168.1.200
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STEP9
Click the [OK] and close all the dialog windows one by one.
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1.3. Configuring the IP Device
Once all preparations of PC have been done, you can login the IP device
through Internet Explorer Browser 6.0 or above.
Follow the procedures below to configure the IP device.
 STEP1
Enter the default IP address of the IP device on Browser: http://192.168.1.19
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STEP2
Click ―click here‖ to download the Installplug
Note: If you can not download the Installplug under IE8, please take the
following operation in the web browser: “Tools” “Internet Options”
“Advanced” “Security”, cancel the “Check for signatures on download
programs”
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STEP3
Close the web browser, install and run the Installplug
Click ―Tool‖ ―Internet Options‖ ―Security‖ ―Custom level‖, enable the
―Download signed ActiveX controls‖, click ―OK‖ and restart the web browser.
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STEP4
Enter User name and Password. (Default user name is 888888, default
password is 888888), then click ―OK‖.
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STEP5
Now, you can view the video.
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1.3.1. Real-time
1.3.1.1. Video Control
Click ―TCP‖ to transmit TCP stream
Click ―Multicast‖ to transmit Multicast stream
Click ―Play‖ button, to view real-time video
Click ―Stop‖ button, to stop watching the video.
Click ―Relay on/off‖, the button icon will become
Orange. The relay in IP device will be ON, the
alarm of IP device if you have set already will
work then.
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1.3.1.2. Pan/Tilt Operation
Click the right buttons to control
the rotation from Up, Down, Left, Right and
auto rotation. Iris+, Iris-, Focus+, Focus-, Zoom+,
Zoom-; PTZ Speed is to control the movement of
speed dome IP device with PTZ function.
Set up preset place:Adjust the view point
where you want to set, input the number, for example,
1, click ―Preset‖ to confirm. Then set up the next point
Call the preset points: Input the preset number,
Click ―Call‖, the video will move to the preset point.
Please check the guide for preset function in the CMS
user manual.
1.3.1.3. Size of Preview Image
Enlarge
Full screen real-time video;
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Preview zoom in
Click the icon, then click the image to select where you want to zoom in, release
the mouse. Then the image will digital zoom in.
Anti-split, to anti the screen split sometime.
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Set up video delay frame, 0/5/10/20/50/100 frame optional, to make video
more smooth.
1.3.1.4. Real-time Video Function
【Audio】Click ―Audio‖ button,
the button icon will become
orange. Connect a pickup with the
IP device correctly, you will be
able to hear the sound from the IP device via your computer.
Please refer to the following chapter to set the audio parameters: 1.3.3.3.6. Audio
Parameters
【Talkback】Click ―Talkback‖ button, the button icon will become orange.
Connect a pickup and speaker with the IP device correctly, you will be able to
communicate with the IP device port from your computer.
【Snapshot】Click the ―Snapshot‖ per time,
IP device will automatically catch a snapshot
with BMP format, and will create a folder by
the name of the current date. The default
snapshot path in the local computer is C:\Temp, the snapshot is named with:
Device name_1_time. For example: video server_1_09_26_37.
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NOTE: If the computer system is Vista or Win7,
you might fail the capture when clicking “snapshot”,
thus, please close the browser, right-click the browser
icon, click "Run as administrator",use administrator
privilege to operate can solve this problem.
【Record】Click ―Record‖ button, the button icon
will become orange, recording starts. Click the
―Record‖ button to stop recording, the icon turns
back to be white. The IP device will create
automatically a folder named by the current
recording date, and save the recorded file in
the format of *.mp4.in Disk D. The recorded
file is named with: Device name_1_time. For example: D:\20110305\video
server_1_092637.mp4‖.
Please use the ―RealMp4Player‖ to play the video recording directly, please
install the player in the attached CD. Or you can replay the recording on the IE
browser in the ―Replay‖ interface, please refer to the following chapter for this
operation: 1.3.2 Replay
If RAM of Disk D is full, or the disk has insufficient RAM, the earliest
recorded files will be covered automatically.
NOTE: If the computer system is Vista or Win7, you might fail the recording when
clicking “Record”. Thus, please close the browser, right-click the browser icon,
click "Run as administrator",use administrator privilege to operate can solve this
problem.
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1.3.2. Replay
This interface is to replay the video.
Click ―Replay‖ to enter. When your first time to enter this interface, there is
an adding-on Active X control notices to display on Internet Explorer. Please click
―Install‖ to install this plug-in, otherwise you cannot view the replay.
【Local PC storage】
The recording files will be stored in local PC if choosing Local PC storage, default
path is disk D.
【Server storage】
The recording files will be stored in SD card or hard disk if choosing Server
storage.
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1.3.2.1. Query Type
Select the recording time to replay, click ―Search‖, there will display the file
list in the segment time under the ―File List‖.
1.3.2.2. File List
Choose the one you want to replay and click matching icon
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to playback.
1.3.2.3. Play Toolbar
【Progress bar】Click in the progress bar to show the current broadcasting
schedule, and adjust the broadcasting pace.
Play the recording.
Suspended play.
Stop play.
Per click ―Step‖, the playback will play only a frame recording. For
example, one second NTSC recording is composed by 30 frames pictures,
then you need to click ‖Step‖ 30 times to jump to next second.
To make playback speeds faster.
To make playback speeds slower.
Image sharppen, to make image relief, value from -1 to 9, -1 is disable, 9 is
the sharpest value.
This is used to cut video clips. First, drag the cursor of the progress bar to
the point, where you want to start the clips, click , the video plays again,
until to the point where you want to stop, click
to save this clips.
Save the video clip file.
During playing, click
to overturn 180 °of the video.
Full screen. If it was in pause status, it won’t work.
Sound control to be soundness
Drag the cursor to adjust the volume.
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1.3.3. Settings
1.3.3.1. Basic Parameters
1.3.3.1.1. Device Name
【Device Name】Input the name of the device, then click OK to save. You can
modify the name. Device name usually displays in the recording files name and
snapshot file name, to distinguish other videos. The device name won’t display in
the ―Real –time‖ windows.
【Serial Number】Serial number of current IP device , which cannot be changed.
1.3.3.1.2. Time Setting
This function is used to change the time of the IP device. Please refer to the
following steps to modify the time
【Edit device time zone and date】
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Click ―edit manual‖, select device time zone and date. Then click
―Synchronization‖
【synchronization with PC system】
Click ―synchronization with PC system‖.
【synchronization with NTP server】
Input the NTP server parameters in settings, Click ―OK‖
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1.3.3.1.3 Video loop-back output
1.3.3.1.4. User Management
. You can modify them here, then click ―OK‖ button. This modification
requires logging in the webpage again to browse real-time video.
Default Admin User name/Pwd is: 888888/888888, Admin User has all the
right to operate all the function and setting of the IP device.
Default Common User Name1/Pwd1 is 1/1, Common User Name1, has all the
right except for the Setting interface.
Default Common User Name2/Pwd2 is 2/2,Common User Name2 has all the
right except for the Setting interface and PTZ control.
NOTE: Please remember all the parameters for the management— Important.
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1.3.3.1.5. Time to Reboot
This function is used for rebooting the IP device as long as the power is on.
Keep the ―Timing to Reboot‖ ―On‖ status, set the ―Reboot Time‖, for
example, set ―1H5M‖, that is to say, the IP device will reboot on 01:05 every day
as long as the power is on.
1.3.3.1.6. Restore to Leave Factory Default Parameters
Click ―Restore‖ button and reboot the IP device, all the parameters will be
back to the factory default parameters, except for the device name and IP address &
port.
If you want to make hardware reset, please refer to:3.1 Hardware Reset
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1.3.3.1.7. System Update
This is used for system upgrade. Click ―Browse…‖to choose upgrade files of
―*. itm‖ format, and then click ―OK‖, until the webpage displays ―The program has
been updated successfully, please login again‖, the device will reboot
automatically.
Upgrade files are provided from your supplier. This is very important and
pivotal, we don't recommend the system upgrade unless you have got the particular
guide from your supplier.
1.3.3.2. Network parameters
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1.3.3.2.1. IP Address & Port
To access the IP device via WAN, you must map the ports first, please refer to:
3.2 Mapping & Access IP Device via WAN
【Connection type】Static IP Address, PPPOE, DHCP optional.
 Static IP Address, this method is highly recommended.
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IP Address Based on network environment to fill out your own IP address or
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keep the default ( Default IP address cannot be used with two and more IP
devices on LAN).
Gateway Based on network environment/ IP address to fill out.
Subnet Mask Based on network environment to fill out, or keep the default.
DNS Keep the same with your route’s DNS. This item related to the
application of DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) and Email Alarm.
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PPPOE
Please contact your network operators, to provide the ―PPPOE User Name‖
and ―PPPOE Password"‖
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DHCP
The following parameters please keep the default or follow our instruction.
【WEB Port】Default is 80. If you change into another port, you need to add this
port behind IP address when visit the IP device via IE. For example, IP device is
192.168.1.19, web port is 81, and then the login IP address is
http://192.168.1.19:81. If you want to visit from WAN (Wide Area Network) via
IE, you must map the WEB port on your router equipment.
【Date Transfer Port】Default is 3000.
NOTE: In system backstage, there hide a date control port, default is 3001. Date
control port = date transfer port + 1. If you change the date transfer port into
4000, the system will automatically change date control port is 4001.
When visiting the IP device via WAN, you have to map the date transfer port
and date control port on the router. Because you have to visit the IP device on
WAN through date control port and date transfer port.
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【Alarm Host Address】Alarm Host Address, keep the default.
【Alarm Host Port】Alarm Host Port, keep the default.
【Remote Host Address】Remote Host Address. This function is used IP device
initiative send date to remote host. Keep the default.
【Remote Host Port】Remote Host Port. The
default is 3004. Keep the default.
【Multicast Address】Keep the default.
【Multicast Port】Keep the default.
NOTE: when you change the above parameters, you
must click on the upper left corner “Save” and
“Reboot” to take effect.
1.3.3.2.2. WIFI Parameters
You need a wireless router of 802.11b/g before you use the WiFi function,
please setup the SSID name and Encryption of Wireless Network in your wireless
router.
【Wireless Network】Click ―Refresh‖ to find the SSID name and Encryption you
have set in the ―Wireless Network‖. Double-click the SSID name and Encryption,
the SSID will be auto input in the ―Currently Wireless Network‖, please input the
password.
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【IP Address Configuration】
There are three methods to enable WIFI function: Static IP
Address/PPPOE/DHCP.
 Static IP Address
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PPPOE
If you choose to PPPOE, please contact your network operators, to provide
the ―PPPOE User Name‖ and ―PPPOE Password"‖
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DHCP
The following parameters will keep the same under these three methods.
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IP Address Based on network environment to fill out your own IP device
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address
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Subnet Mask Based on network environment to fill out
Gateway Keep this item the same with the IP address of your wireless router.
DNS Keep the same with your route’s DNS. This item related to the
application of DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) and Email Alarm.
NOTE: When connect the WAN via WIFI, Please enable the “WIFI Gateway as
Default Gateway”, and choose WIFI specification: 802.11b & 802.11g.
For detail Wireless setting, please refer to:3.3 Wireless Settings
1.3.3.2.3. DDNS
DDNS (Dynamic DNS) is simply a way of using a static hostname to connect
to a dynamic IP address. When connected to your ISP, you are assigned a
temporary IP address. DDNS services keep track of your IP address and route your
Domain name to that address when you wish to connect to the IP device from a
remote location.
How to add DDNS(take DynDns for example)
 STEP1 Select ―Start DDNS‖。
 STEP2 Choose ―DDNS Supplier‖ is to be ―Support Dyndns‖
 STEP3 Fill in Domain Name, Domain User Name and DDNS password by
your DDNS service provider when you registered.
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STEP4 DDNS Server Address, DDNS Server Port, Update Interval. Use the
system default parameters.
STEP5 WEB Mapping Port must keep the same as WEB Port of ―IP
Address & Port‖.
1.3.3.2.4. FTP Parameters
This function is used for uploading the files to FTP server. You must have an
FTP server, if you don't have, you cannot use this function.
【FTP User Name】Default is 888888, please change into your own FTP server
User Name.
【FTP Password】Default is 888888, please change into your own FTP server
Password.
【FTP Host IP】Default is 192.168.1.40, please change into your own FTP server
landing IP address.
【FTP Host Post】Default is 21, please change into your own FTP server Host
Post.
NOTE:If you modify FTP parameters, need to Save and Reboot the IP device.

How to upload recording to FTP Server:
STEP1 Built a FTP server, set up the user name, password, FTP server IP
and port.
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STEP2 Fill in your FTP parameters in the IP device. Click OK.
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
STEP3 Setting FTP scheduled recording. For example: set to upload
recording files of IP device on Monday 0:10am, and stop upload on 23: 59pm.
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STEP4 You can see the same video on the FTP server.
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1.3.3.2.5. UPNP
UPNP is a quick way to discover the IP device on the network. Via UPNP
function, the above ports could be mapped automatically in the router.
External IP Address: WAN IP address of the router.
How to use UPNP function:
 STEP1 Please enable the UPNP function both on the IP device and router.
(Please note that not all routers support this function. Refer to your router manual
for further details). The IP device will map automatically.
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
STEP2 If ―State‖ display ―Mapped‖, means UPNP settings is successful,
please refer to the above picture. Then, please follow the below procedures to
access the IP device via WAN:
http://External IP Address:Web Port. If External IP is: 119.145.0.165 and
Web Port is 80.The address is: http://119.145.0.165:80
NOTE: The router must support UPNP and keep “On” state. If the UPNP of the
router and IP device both are “ON”, but the state of the ports above is still
“Unmapped”, please check the router settings if the port have been used already. If
there are more than one device connected in the same gateway, the port of each
device should be different to avoid the port conflict.
1.3.3.2.6. Streaming Protocol
These two streaming protocols are for higher requirement users and
broadcasting clients. Please refer to the Appendix:3.4. How to Use the Streaming
Protocol
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1.3.3.3 3G
1.3.3.3.1. Dial up setting
【Link Mode (the second one)】On
【Tel Numbers】Dial-up number, provided by your 3G supplier
【Username】Username of SIM card
【Password】Password of SIM card
【APN Name】Access Point Name, provided by your 3G supplier
【Authencation Type】Auto/PAP/CHAP/NONE, keep default auto
【LCP echo interval】Keep default
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【LCP echo failure】Keep default
【MRU】Keep default
【MTU】Keep default
【Network Select Type】Keep default
【Radio Band Set】Keep default
【Band saving】Keep default
1.3.3.3.2. 3G online mode
【Always online】Select Always online
【Scheduled】Manual setting
【SMS or dialing activation】SMS or dialing the SIM number to active the 3G IP
device.
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SMS: Send ―OPEN‖ to the SIM number to active the 3G IP device
Dial: dial the SIM number to active the 3G IP device


Auto offline when non-network connections: you can choose whether offline
automatically when non-network connection in certain seconds.
Accept SMS or dialing from specified telephone numbers: this is optional.
【Manual Control】 Connect and disconnect the 3G IP device manually
 Auto offline when non-network connection
―Connect‖, dial on manually, ―Disconnect‖ dial off manually
1.3.3.3.3. 3G network
【3G Status】If the status is Connected, that means the 3G network works. At the
same time, the other parameters will be formed automatically, so does the 3G IP
device
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1.3.3.3.4. Dial log
If there is no log, please check whether SIM card is available.
1.3.3.3.5. 3G Status
These five factors display automatically. You can not change them
【Signal Strength】 An index of the 3G network signal strength, if the value is
more than 20, that means the signal is good. The higher the value is, the stronger
the signal is. If it is too weak, for example 10, you might not dial successfully, or
the images will be delay
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1.3.3.3.6. PIN Code
1.3.3.3.7. SMS Settings
【Days】the SMS’s validity when 3G dial up successfully, for example, if your cell
phone is off for 2 days, the Days is 3, you will get the SMS in 3 days.
【Cell Phone Number】The receiver cell phone number.
【Content】When the 3G IP device is online, the SIM card will send you a SMS to
your cell phone number, you can configure the content here.
【SMS center number】this is formed automatically.
 Send ip address via SMS when 3G dial up successfully connected
Choose this function, the SIM card will also send you the 3G IP address together.
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1.3.3.4. Channels Parameters
1.3.3.4.1. Character Superposition
【Channel Name】To distinguish different equipment. But it won't show in
preview screen. Keep the default.
【Time Type】 Choose the time type from the four formats.
【Character1】,【Character2】Input the characters to be displayed in video
superposition. You type what you want to display on the real-time screen.
【Location】To adjust character position. Location of OSD superposition: in
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NTSC system, X is 0-672 and Y is 0-448.
1.3.3.4.2. Video Coding
【Network Transfer Stream】This is a main stream of IP
device. This stream is used for IE View.
 Resolution——Five image resolutions available:
[email protected],[email protected],[email protected],[email protected],
4CIF(D1)
 Bite Rate Type——―Constant‖ and ―Variable‖. If
you choose ―Constant‖, it ensures transmission fluency.
If you choose ―Variable‖, it ensures the steady image
quality. Constant is recommended.
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
MAX. Bite Rate
The higher the Bite Rate is, the clearer the image is. More bandwidth is
needed for higher Bite Rate.
 Quality Upper Limit——the highest quality is 2. Keep the default.
 Quality Lower Limit——the Lowest quality is 31. Keep the default.
 Frame Rate——the 2-30 frames can be filled. The higher the Frame Rate is,
the clearer the image is. More bandwidth is needed for higher Frame Rate.
 Stream Type——―Video & Audio‖ or ―Video only‖ optional. If choose
―Video only‖, you cannot hear any sound on Talkback interface. Also, the
recording won't have voice.
 Key Frame Interval—— keep the default.
 Compression——H.264 and MJPEG optional.
NOTE: Save and reboot is a must after change.
【Server-end Storage Stream】This is used for TF card storage stream setting.
1.3.3.4.3. PTZ Protocol
PTZ Address: default 1;
Baudrate: same with update PTZ Protocol;
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Data Bit: default 8
Stop Bit: default 1
Check Bit: default None
Update PTZ Protocol:
Select a PTZ Protocol to match P/T, click ―OK‖.
1.3.3.4.4. Adjust Color
【Brightness】Brightness adjustment.
【Contrast】Contrast adjustment.
【Saturation】Saturation adjustment.
【Hue】Chromaticity adjustment.
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1.3.3.4.5. Area Shield
This function is used for privacy shield protection. You can set total 4 areas.
【Area】The default Area 1 icon is green, but without any privacy shield area
setting . Please enable the ―Area Shield On-off‖, Left click in the video on the left
side, hold on and move, release the mouse to finish the shield for Area 1. The
same operation for Area 2 and the others: setting the shield area, then click the
Area 2. Click OK to save.
To clear the shield, please choose the Area, and click ―Clear‖, then click ―OK‖
the shield will be cancelled. Or disable the ―Area Shield On-off‖ to cancel all the
shields.
 Clear Clear privacy area.
 Area Shield On-off Enable or disable privacy area.
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1.3.3.4.6. Region of Interest
Set ROI
Demo
Select one or two ROI, the real-time video resolution of ROI will have six
level for choice: best/better/good/bad/worse/worst.
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1.3.3.4.7. Sensor
Day Night Control: Color (for color image), Black (for black and white image)
Mirror Control: On or off mirror image.
Vertical Mirror: On or off vertical image.
Noise Level: Auto or manual noise level.
WDR: On or off WDR.
Sharpen: 0~255 adjustable.
Shutter Control: Electronic or Fixed shutter control.
Anti-flicker: On or off anti-flicker.
WBL Mode: Auto or manual enable auto white balance
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1.3.3.4.8. Day/Night Switch
At day mode, image is color, will be good quality at day.
At night mode, image is black and white, will be good quality at night.
【Day and night transformation mode】
Manual: manual transformation
Timed: timed transformation
Infrared: transformation according to infrared.
1.3.3.4.9. Audio Parameters
【Audio input settings】
Audio in type: Mic (for connecting microphone), Mic Boost: Off/ON
Line in (for connecting pickup),Line in volume:0-100
【Audio output settings】
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Audio out volume: 0-100
1.3.3.5. Alarm Parameters
1.3.3.5.1. Sensor Detection Schedule Settings
This function is used for setting the sensor detection Schedule. To use this
function, please connect alarm sensor to the IP device. If you want to upload sensor
detection recording file of IP device on Monday 0:10 AM, and stop upload on 23:
59 PM. You can set according to above.
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1.3.3.5.2. Motion Detection Area Settings
【Sensibility Adjusting】Sensitivity adjustment. 1 to 99 Adjustable. Suggest to use
the default parameters, if sensitivity adjustment is too higher, which can cause
unnecessary alarm.
Left click the real-time area and move to choose the motion detection area.

Select full Screen Choose full Screen for motion detection area, click OK.

Clear All Clear all the motion detecting area. Click OK.
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1.3.3.5.3. Motion Detection Schedule Settings
This function is used for setting the motion detection Schedule. To use this
function, please connect an alarm sensor to the IP device. If you want to upload
motion detection recording file of IP device on Monday 0:10 AM, and stop upload
on 23: 59 PM. You can set according to above.
【Start Sensor Detection】Enable or disable sensor detecting.
【Start Server-end Recording While Alarming】Store the alarming recording in
server-end SD card
【Start Server-end Snapshot】Store the alarming snapshot in server-end SD card
【Upload The Alarm Recording to FTP】Upload sensor detecting recording to
The FTP server.
【Upload The Alarm Snapshot to FTP】 Upload sensor detecting captured
picture to The FTP server.
【Triggering Alarm Output】Enable this function to trigger the sensor detection
alarm output
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1.3.3.5.4.NetworkAbnormalDetection
【Enable Network Abnormal Detection】Start Network abnormal detection.
【Start Server-end Recording while Alarming】Store the alarming recording in
server-end TF card or NAS Server.
【 Triggering Alarm Output 】 Enable this function to trigger the Network
abnormal detection alarm output.
【Start Server-end Snapshot】Upload Network abnormal detection captured
picture to TF card or NAS Server.
【Trigging SMS】Execute this function when Enable Network abnormal detection.
1.3.3.5.5. Camera Been Shaded Alarm Trigger Schedule Settings
When the IP device is shaded, there will alarm in the CMS via this function.
【Camera Been Shaded Detection】Please enable this function before setting.
【Triggering Alarm Output】Please enable this function before setting
【Sensibility】
】Sensitivity adjustment. 1 to 5 Adjustable. Suggest to use the
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default parameters, if sensitivity adjustment is too higher, which can cause
unnecessary alarm.
1.3.3.5.6. Email Alarm Settings
This is an email alarm function. When the motion detection is enabled, IP
device will set an alarm email to receiver’s mail box which you fill in.
NOTE: Your email has to support the SMTP protocol, you’d better check with your
email supplier.
【Send Email If There Are Alarm】 ―On‖ and ―Off‖ optional
【Priority】Default is 0.
【User Name】User name of email box.
【Password】Password of email box
【Mail Server IP】Mail Server IP(SMTP)
【Mail Server Port】SMTP Server Port.
【Sender's Name】Sender’s name
【Sender's Email】Sender’s email address
【Receiver's Name】Receiver’s name
【Receiver's Email】You can fill in three mail box.
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【Test】After you fill in all the parameters, please click ―Test‖ button to test. If the
notice ―Successful‖, it means all information are correct and you can use email
alarm function. If the notice is ―Connect mailsever failed‖, please check the
parameters again.


How to set motion detection email alarm function?
STEP1 Please set up motion detection, please refer to: 1.3.3.4.1 Motion
Detection Area Settings
STEP2 Please set correct IP address, especially to fill in correctly DNS
according to your IP device setting and network environment.
 STEP3 Please make sure all information of email alarm setting is correct.
Here is an example of using Foxmail to explain how to set up.
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
STEP4 Click ―Test‖ button to test all parameters. If all are correct, email
alarm will be triggered by motion detection.
NOTE:There is no request for Receiver's Email as long as it is valid. But the
Sender's Email must be able to receive email via software like foxmail or outlook.
The best choice is the tariff email box.
1.3.3.6. Server Storage
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1.3.3.6.1. Server-end Timing to Record
This IP device supports SD card to store the recording, the max capacity is
32GB.
Here you can set the time of video recorded to the SD card. Please enable the
timing recording first.
1.3.3.6.2 FTP Scheduled record
This function is used for automatically uploading the recording to the FTP
server according to the schedule. Please set the schedule first.
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1.3.3.6.3. Server-end Timing to Snapshot
In this function, you can set the snapshot parameters.
【Snapshot Time Interval】Please set the snapshot time interval, from 10-3600
seconds.
【Start Timing Snapshot】Please choose the time to activate the snapshot
【FTP Upload after Snapshot】Please refer to the chapter
1.3.3.2.6 FTP Parameters
1.3.3.6.4. Server-end Snapshot Parameters
You could set the image quality and format of the snapshot.
【Snapshot Image Quality】From 1-100,the higher the numerical volume is, the
higher the image quality is.
【Snapshot Image Format】Resolution for D1/720P/1080P optional:
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1.3.3.6.5. Server-end Storage Device
TF
NAS
Cut off the power, insert the TF card, click ―Format‖, then reboot and login in
the IP device, there will display the info of the TF card in this interface, then you
can use TF card function now.
Set up NAS Server first, select ―NAS harddisk‖ option, input NAS
address/remote path/User name/Password, if the above parameters is correct you
will see the information of NAS harddisk.
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2. Frequent Asked Questions
2.1. Fail to Access the IP Camera through the Browser

Possible Cause: The network is disconnected?
Solution: Connect PC to the network to test whether the network access can
work normally. Firstly clear the cable fault and the network fault caused by PC
virus till Ping the network between PCs successfully.

Possible Cause: IP address is occupied by other equipment.
Solution: Disconnect the IP camera and network, and then connect the IP
camera to the PC solely. Also, reset the IP address according to appropriate
recommended operations.
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
Possible Cause: IP address is located in different subnets.
Solution: Check the settings of the IP address of IP camera, the subnet mask
address and gateway.

Possible Cause: Unknown
Solution: Restore to the factory-set default state by pressing the restore button
behind the IP camera.
2.2. Can Not Play Video after Program Updating

Solution: Close all the browser pages; search ―NetViewX Control.cab‖ file
under the C:\Windows\Downloaded and delete it. Then connect the IP camera
by the browser again, the IP camera real-time view will automatically display
after install the plug-in again.
2.3. Fail to Browse Images Normally in Windows98

Solution: Install the DirecteX8.0 or higher version. Update the IE Explore to 6
and above versions.
2.4. Can Not Get Data Passed Through Switch

Possible Cause:

The address is written wrong?

The bindings of port and physical address are done or not?
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

When configuring the firewall rule, whether take IP camera into account.
Solution:

Before searching the network fault, please make sure to use the ping
command in the command mode to connect the IP address. To check the
message returned from ping is a very important step. If no message is
returned, it indicates that some faults must exist in the network.

If the IP address and Mac address are bound, adding a new binding of IP
address and Mac address of the IP camera within the exchanger is
required inside switch.

If the IP camera never be recognized when configuring the firewall rule
of switch, it’s necessary to allow the communication on ports 3000, 3001,
3002, 3003 and 80 for the IP camera. Otherwise, any data packet will be
filtered and can’t reach target.
2.5. Errors Occur After Updating
Delete the buffer of the browser. The detailed steps are as follows: open the
tool menu of browser to open the Internet option, and then click the ―Delete File‖
button in the second item (temporary file of Internet) and check the ―Delete All
Offline Contents‖ option. Then confirm, and login the IP camera again.
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3. Appendix
3.1. Hardware Reset
After updating the IP device, or when there are some problems that you can’t
solve via reboot, for example, you can’t get the IP address via the search tool,
please try to reset the IP device. After this reset, all the parameters will be back to
the factory default, the IP address will be back to default: 192.168.1.19. Then
please set the IP address again according to the chapter:
Please following the below to finish the reset:
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

Step 1 Cut off the power of IP device, all the indicate lamps are off.
Step 2 Press the ―RST‖ button with a pin, don’t release.
Step 3 Connect the power to the IP Device, the ―STATE‖ indicate lamp will
flicker. Hold on another 30 seconds.
 Step 4 Release the pin. Now, you can access the IP device now. Reset
successfully,
NOTE: If the reset is successful, the IP address will turn back to the default:
192.168.1.19; If not, it means the reset is failed, please reset again.
Different IP cameras are with different interfaces. Please refer to the items
you have in hand.
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3.2. Mapping & Access IP Device via WAN
Access IP device via WAN is a very important network function, using this
function, you can access your IP device anywhere anytime.
To access the IP device via WAN, you must map some related ports to the
WAN via router. These ports are: Web Port, Data Transfer Port, Data Control Port,
Remote Transfer Port and Message Port.
If you have finished these setting in your IP device  Setting Network
ParametersIP Address & Port:1.3.3.2.1 IP address & port, Please map the real
ports of your IP device, here take the default ports for example to explain these
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ports.
Web Port: Default is 80
Data Transfer Port: Default is 3000,
Data Control Port: Default is 3001
Remote Transfer Port: Default is 3002
【WEB Port】 Default is 80. It is a very important port to recognize the IP device.
This 80 web port is dropped acquiescently, for example, if the IP address of your IP
device in LAN is 192.168.1.19:80, the default IP address will be 192.168.1.19. If
the web port is changed into other, it can’t be dropped. For example, if the port is
changed into 81, t he LAN IP address will be 192.168.1.19:81 。
In the same way, the WAN IP address will follow this rule, too.
NOTE: If you don't map this port, you won’t access the IP device via Internet
Explorer in WAN.
【Data Transfer Port】Default is 3000.
NOTE: If you don't map this port, you can’t access the IP device via Internet
Explorer in WAN: You won’t be able to open the webpage of the IP device via
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using the IP address.
【Data Control Port】 Default is 3001. It is a hidden port in the background
system. It has a certain conversion relation with the Data Transfer Port: Date
control port = date transfer port + 1.
If you change the date transfer port into 4000, the system will automatically
change date control port is 4001.
NOTE: If you don't map this port, you won’t get the image of the IP device when
accessing via WAN: You can access the IP device via Internet Explorer, but you
won’t be able to get the image.
【Remote Transfer Port】Default is 3002. It is a hidden port in the background
system. It has a certain conversion relation with the Data Transfer Port: Remote
Transfer Port = Date Transfer Port + 2.
If you change the date transfer port into 4000, the system will automatically
change remote transfer port is 4002.
NOTE: If you don't map this port, you won’t get the recording in the SD card of the
IP device when accessing via WAN.
There are two methods to finish the mapping: 1. UPNP mapping; 2, Manual
mapping.
3.2.1. UPNP Mapping
UPNP is a quick way to discover the IP device on the network. Via UPNP
function, the above ports could be mapped automatically in the router. Please refer
to the chapter:1.3.3.2.6 UPNP
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3.2.2. Manual Mapping
Via manual mapping, you have to map the ports in the router by yourself.
Different routers have different interfaces and methods. Take Cisco LINKSYS
WRT54G2 for example.

Step 1 Manual mapping
Access to the router’s interface via IE: ―Applications & Gaming‖―Port
Range Forward‖, Please map the real ports of your IP device, here take the default
ports for example.
【Start】,【End】All the mapping ports: 80,3000,3001,3002,4602
【Protocol】―Both‖ or ―TCP‖
【IP address】192.168.1.19
【Enable】Enable the mapping
Then save the settings
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
Step 2 Check the Status and access
Access to the ―Status‖ to check the WAN IP address. If the WAN IP address is
119.145.0.165, the IP address of the IP device will be http://119.145.0.165:80 or
http://119.145.0.165 when you access via WAN.
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3.3. Wireless Settings
WIFI function is a powerful function that makes your IP device getting out of
the limit of network cable in a certain distance. You can put your IP device
anywhere with an adapter in this distance, and access it freely.
First, you have to have a wireless router to work with the wireless IP device.
Set the wireless network of the router before using. Different routers have different
interfaces and setting methods. Take Cisco LINKSYS WRT54G2 wireless router
for example.
3.3.1. Set Wireless Router

Step 1 Set Wireless Network Name (SSID)
Login the wireless router via Internet Explorer via the router’s IP address,
select ―Wireless‖, then ―Basic Wireless Settings‖ to the ―Wireless Network Name
(SSID)‖, set an SSID, take ―kf‖ for example.
Please keep the other settings to be defaults:
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
Step 2 Set Wireless Security
Security Mode: Select ―WPA2 Personal‖
WPA Shared Key: Set this key freely and remember it. For example: 33265782
Please keep the other settings to be defaults. Then save these settings via ―Save
settings‖, and close the router. Login the router again.
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3.3.2. Set the IP Device
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Login the IP device via Internet Explorer, access to the “Setting”
―Network Parameters‖ ―WIFI Parameters‖,


Step 1 Press ―Refresh‖ to search the SSID and the Encryption Type
Step 2 Fill in the following info:
Currently Wireless Network: kf, the SSID
Input Password: 33265782, the ―WPA Shared Key‖
 Step 3 then go to the ―IP Address Configuration‖
There are three methods to achieve the wireless function: Static IP
Address/PPPOE/DHCP.

Static IP Address
IP Address: Based on network environment to fill out your own IP
device address
Subnet Mask: Based on network environment to fill out
Gateway: Keep this item the same with the IP address of your wireless
router.
DNS: Keep the same with your route’s DNS. This item related to the
application of
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) and Email Alarm.

PPPOE
If you choose to PPPOE, please contact your network operators, to provide
the ―PPPOE
User Name‖ and ―PPPOE Password"
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




DHCP, this is the easiest way to use WIFI function.
Step 4 Enable the ―WIFI Gateway as Default Gateway‖
Step 5 Select the ―WIFI specification‖: 802.11b&802.11g
Step 6 Click ―OK‖
Step 7 Save and reboot the IP device
3.3.3. Check the Wireless Settings
Login the IP device via Internet Explorer, access to the “Setting”
―Network Parameters‖ ―WIFI Parameters‖, check the status
―Connection Status‖ is ―Connected‖
―Signal Strength‖ 0-100, the higher the strength is, the WIFI signal is better.
And the wireless IP Address,Subnet Mask, Gateway will be distributed
automatically by the router. For example:
IP Address: 192.168.1.101
Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0
Gateway: 192.168.1.1
Now you can take off the network cable of the IP device, and access the IP
device via the wireless IP address http: 192.168.1.101.
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3.4. How to Use the Streaming Protocol
These two streaming protocols are for higher requirement users and
broadcasting clients.
VLC player is necessary for this function, the following guide is based on the
latest version of: VLC media player 1.1.7.
【RTSP】RTSP is Real-Time Streaming Protocol, to transfer the multimedia
audio and video streaming. This function is for higher requirement users or
Broadcasting clients only.
How to use RTSP streaming:

STEP1 Enable RTSP, default ―Listen Port‖ is 554, keep the ―RTP-UDP‖
Start Port the defaulted 3005.
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
STEP2 Use the players which support the RTSP function to play the
streaming. For example: use VLC player to play the RTSP streaming.
Here it is the method to use the VLC player: Install the public VLC
player software from the internet. Following the diagrams:
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The RTSP address is: rtsp:// 192.168.1.19:554/0/1:1/main, formed as below:
192.168.1.19:
IP address of the IP device
554:
RTSP listen port
0:
Default port, cannot be changed
1:1:
Common User name & password,
Please refer to:1.3.3.1.3 User Management
main:
Main streaming,
In summary, the RTSP streaming is for main streaming of the
rtsp://192.168.1.19:554/0/1:1/main. If you want to view sub streaming or third
streaming RTSP, please follow the below format to visit.
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Sub streaming: rtsp://192.168.1.19:554/0/1:1/sub
The third streaming: rtsp://192.168.1.19:554/0/1:1/2sub
The setting of video coding setting, please refer to: 1.3.3.3.2 Video
Coding
【TS】TS is transfer streaming. It is an audio, video and data communications
transmission protocol that is specified in MPEG-2 Part 1. The transport stream
allows for multiplexing of the digital video and audio. This function is for higher
requirement user or Broadcasting clients only.
How to view the video of IP device by TS?

STEP1 Enable TS, and keep the following default of the two parameters.

STEP2 Fill in the correct destination address. For instance, if you want to
broadcast the TS streaming in LAN, you need to fill in the multicast address.
Which you can find in your IP address & port. Furthermore, if you want to
send TS streaming in WAN, please enter the WAN IP address.

STEP3 Fill in destination port. The default port is 1234
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STEP4 To open players and play TS streaming. For example: using VLC
player to play. Click ―Media‖—Select ―open network stream‖, then, in
―Network‖. Fill in TS destination address:
udp://@235.1.1.1:1234
The diagram is as below.
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3.5. 3G User Guide
Before using the IP device, please make sure the 3G signal is good, SIM card is
available.
3.5.1. Set the 3G parameters
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STEP1 Insert standard 3G SIM card into the SIM card slot of the IP device.
(Please use a tiny stick to press into the hole at the right side of the slot, to pop
the slot.)
STEP2 Power on the IP device, and then connect the IP device to the switch.
STEP3 Visit the IP device via web browser at default IP address:
http://192.168.1.19 (The default IP address is 192.168.1.19)
STEP4 Set the 3G parameters as follows:
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3.5.1.1. Dial up setting
【Link Mode (the second one)】On
【Tel Numbers】Dial-up number, provided by your 3G supplier
【Username】Username of SIM card
【Password】Password of SIM card
【APN Name】Access Point Name, provided by your 3G supplier
【Authencation Type】Auto/PAP/CHAP/NONE, keep default auto
【LCP echo interval】Keep default
【LCP echo failure】Keep default
【MRU】Keep default
【MTU】Keep default
【Network Select Type】Keep default
【Radio Band Set】Keep default
【Band saving】Keep default
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3.5.1.2. 3G online mode
【Always online】Select Always online
【Scheduled】Manual setting
【SMS or dialing activation】SMS or dialing the SIM number to active the 3G IP
device.
SMS: Send ―OPEN‖ to the SIM number to active the 3G IP device
Dial: dial the SIM number to active the 3G IP device
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Auto offline when non-network connections: you can choose whether offline
automatically when non-network connection in certain seconds.
Accept SMS or dialing from specified telephone numbers: this is optional.
【Manual Control】 Connect and disconnect the 3G IP device manually
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 Auto offline when non-network connection
―Connect‖, dial on manually, ―Disconnect‖ dial off manually
3.5.1.3. 3G network
【3G Status】If the status is Connected, that means the 3G network works. At the
same time, the other parameters will be formed automatically, so does the 3G IP
device
3.5.1.4. Dial log
If there is no log, please check whether SIM card is available.
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3.5.1.5. 3G Status
These five factors display automatically. You can not change them
【Signal Strength】 An index of the 3G network signal strength, if the value is
more than 20, that means the signal is good. The higher the value is, the stronger
the signal is. If it is too weak, for example 10, you might not dial successfully, or
the images will be delay
3.5.1.6. SMS Settings
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【Days】the SMS’s validity when 3G dial up successfully, for example, if your cell
phone is off for 2 days, the Days is 3, you will get the SMS in 3 days.
【Cell Phone Number】The receiver cell phone number.
【Content】When the 3G IP device is online, the SIM card will send you a SMS to
your cell phone number, you can configure the content here.
【SMS center number】this is formed automatically.
 Send ip address via SMS when 3G dial up successfully connected
Choose this function, the SIM card will also send you the 3G IP address together.
Now, the 3G network is ok, you can view the image via the 3G IP address, together
with the SMS dial up function.
For example, refer to the 3G Status, if you can view by http://172.21.97.66,that
means the 3G IP address from your 3G provider is WAN IP address, then you can
use this IP address for accessing remote directly
If can’t view by http://172.21.97.66, it means that the IP address from your 3G
provider is LAN IP address, need to use the forwarding server to assess
Notice: WAN OR LAN 3G IP address is decided by your 3G provider
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Here provide some diagrams of 3G IP device viewing.
Diagram of viewing IP device directly:
Forwarding server:
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3.5.2. Set Forwarding server to view 3G IP device
3.5.2.1. Configure Forwarding Server
Install software RealCDMA to your PC
3.5.2.1.1. Set “RVS Service Port” and “Transmit Port”
―Operation‖―System Configure‖
【RVS Service Port】default: 3004
【Transmit Port】default :4000
【 Narrowband Program 】 Choose this function, only when you use the
ImagineWorldClient to access the IP device, that the IP device will upload the data
to the forwarding server. So that to save the bandwidth. If not, the IP device will
upload data all the time as long as the IP device connects with the server.
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3.5.2.1.2. Mapping the forwarding server—RVS service port
There are 4 ports you need to do mapping in the router ,RVS service Port,
Transmit Port, Transmit Port + 1, Transmit Port + 2 (For example, Default RVS
Service Port: 3004, Default transmit port: 4000, so you need to do mapping of
these ports: 3004, 4000,4001,4002)
Take D-LINK router and RVS service port for example:
Open router interface in web browser, go to the ―Forwarding‖‖Virtual servers‖
【Name】Named by users
【Private IP】Forwarding server IP address
【Protocol Type】TCP
【Private Port】3004
【Public Port】3004
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3.5.2.1.3. Check the forwarding server WAN IP address
―Device Status‖―Status‖  ―WAN‖  ―Network Status‖
For example,119.145.0.162 is forwarding server WAN IP address
3.5.2.1.4. Make sure the port mapping is successful
Run from ―Start‖, input ―CMD‖ then enter command, telnet the IP address port
number, for example: telnet 119.145.0.162 3004, enter command
If feedback displays like the following, means mapping is successful. If not, please
check the above steps.
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3.5.2.1.5. Connect the 3G IP device and forwarding server
To upload the data to the forwarding server from the 3G IP device, the Remote
Host Address of the 3G IP device should be the forwarding server’s WAN IP
address, the Remote Host Port of the IP device should be the same with the RVS
Service port.
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3.5.2.1.6. Set forwarding username and password
Open the ―RealCDMA‖ software
―Operation‖User Manage‖Transmit User Manage‖, the Username and
Password are set by users
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Now, please wait for the 3G IP device to be online in forwarding server.
If displays like the following picture, it means the 3G IP device connects with the
forwarding server successfully, we can visit 3G IP device via the forwarding server.
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3.5.2.2. Visit the 3G IP device via the forwarding Server
3.5.2.2.1. Configure the CMS
Open ImagineWordClient software, ―Option‖―Server Management‖  ―Add
Project‖  ―Add Group‖  ―Add server‖
【Server Name】 IP Device name, named by users
【Server Address】Forwarding server WAN IP address
【Data Port】 ―Transmit Port‖ of forwarding server
【Username】and【Password】is forwarding username and password
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After add 3G IP device successfully, drag ―Camera‖ icon to the channel of right
windows, then you can view the video of IP device
NOTE: Since the 3G network is very small, if the network transfer stream bite
rate is too big, the video of IP device will be delay. Users can change the
parameters to achieve better effect.
3.5.2.2.2. Visit via web browser of IP device
Input the IP address of the 3G IP device, ―Settings‖---―Channels‖----―Video
Coding‖---―Network Transfer Stream‖
【Resolution】QCIF/CIF/2CIF/D1
【Max Bite Rate】 32—4000
【Frame Rate】1-25
【Stream Type】Video Only/Video & Audio
The settings is according to your 3G network, please refer to the settings:
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Now you could visit the 3G IP camera on the web browser.
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