Network Camera User Manual V6.04

User Manual
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Network Camera
User Manual
V6.04
Thank you for purchasing our product. If there is any question or request, please do not hesitate
to contact your dealer.
This manual is applicable to the Milesight H.264&H.265 Network Camera, series shown as follows,
except where otherwise indicated.
Milesight H.264 Network Camera
Megapixel
1.3MP
2.0MP
3.0MP
Mini Dome Camera
MS-C2181-PA
MS-C3581-PA
MS-C3586-PA
IR Mini Dome Camera
MS-C2182-PA
MS-C3582-PA
MS-C3587-PA
Vandal-proof Mini Dome
MS-C2173-PA
MS-C3373-PA
MS-C3377-PA
MS-C3573-PA
MS-C3577-PA
Wi-Fi Mini Cube Camera
MS-C2191-PWA
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MS-C3596-PWA
Mini Bullet Camera
MS-C2163-PNA
MS-C3263-PNA
MS-C3367-PNA
MS-C3363-PNA
MS-C3567-PNA
MS-C3263-F(I)PNA
MS-C3367-F(I)PNA
MS-C3363-F(I)PNA
MS-C3567-F(I)PNA
MS-C3262-F(I)PNA
MS-C3366-F(I)PNA
MS-C3362-F(I)PNA
MS-C3566-F(I)PNA
MS-C3272-F(I)PNA
MS-C3376-F(I)PNA
MS-C3372-F(I)PNA
MS-C3576F(I)PNA
MS-C3272-F(I)PMNA
MS-C3376-F(I)PMNA
MS-C3372-F(I)PMNA
MS-C3576-F(I)PMNA
Type
Remote Focus&Zoom
Mini Bullet Camera
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Bullet Camera
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Dome Camera
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Dome(M) Camera
Day&Night Pro
Box Camera
MS-C2163-F(I)PNA
MS-C2162-F(I)PNA
MS-C2172-F(I)PNA
MS-C2172-F(I)PMNA
MS-C2151-PA
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MA-C3356-PA
MS-C3556-PA
Milesight H.265 Network Camera
Megapixel
2.0MP
4.0MP
Vandal-proof Mini Dome
Network Camera
MS-C2973-PB
MS-C4473-PB
Mini Bullet Camera
MS-C2963-PB
MS-C4463-PB
Remote Focus&Zoom
Mini Bullet Camera
MS-C2863-F(I)PB
MS-C2963-F(I)PB
MS-C4463-F(I)PB
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Bullet Camera
MS-C2862-F(I)PB
MS-C2962-F(I)PB
MS-C4462-F(I)PB
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Dome Camera
MS-C2872-F(I)PB
MS-C2972-F(I)PB
MS-C4472-F(I)PB
Remote Focus&Zoom
Pro Dome(M) Camera
MS-C2872-F(I)PMB
MS-C2972-F(I)PMB
MS-C4472-F(I)PMB
Type
This Manual explains how to use and manage Milesight network cameras on your network.
Previous experience of networking will be of use when using the products. Please read this manual
carefully before operation and retain it for future reference.
This manual may contain several technically incorrect places or printing errors, and the content is
subject to change without notice. The updates will be added into the new version of this manual.
We will readily improve or update the products or procedures described in the manual.
Copyright Statement
This manual may not be reproduced in any form or by any means to create any derivative such
as translation, transformation, or adaptation without the prior written permission of Milesight
Technology Co., Ltd(Hereinafter referred to as Milesight).
Milesight reserves the right to change this manual and the specifications without prior notice.
The latest specifications and user documentation for all Milesight products are available on our
official website www.milesight.com
Safety Instruction
These instructions are intended to ensure that user can use the product correctly to avoid danger
or property loss. The precaution measures are divided into “Warnings” and “Cautions”
Warnings: Serious injury or death may be caused if any of these warnings is neglected.
Cautions: Injury or equipment damage may be caused if any of these cautions are neglected.
Warnings: Please follow these safeguards to
prevent injury or death.
Cautions: Please follow these safeguards to
prevent potential injury or material damage.
Warnings
 This installation must be conducted by a qualified service person and should strictly
comply with the electrical safety regulations of the local region
 To avoid risk of fire and electric shock, do keep the product away from rain and moisture
 Do not touch components such as heat sinks, power regulators, and processors, which
may be hot
 Source with DC 12V or PoE
 Please make sure the plug is firmly inserted into the power socket
 When the product is installed on a wall or ceiling, the device should be firmly fixed
 If the product does not work properly, please contact your dealer. Never attempt to
disassemble the camera by yourself
Cautions
 Make sure that the power supply voltage is correct before using the camera
 Do not store or install the device in extremely hot or cold temperatures, dusty or damp
locations, and do not expose it to high electromagnetic radiation
 Only use components and parts recommended by manufacturer
 Do not drop the camera or subject it to physical shock
 To prevent heat accumulation, do not block air circulation around the camera
 Laser beams may damage image sensors. The surface of image sensors should not be
exposed to where a laser beam equipment is used
 Use a blower to remove dust from the lens cover
 Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the surface of the camera. Stubborn stains can be removed
using a soft cloth dampened with a small quantity of detergent solution, then wipe dry
 Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene or thinners as they may damage the
surface finishes
 Save the package to ensure availability of shipping containers for future transportation
Environmental Protection
Please recycle this device in a responsible manner. Refer to local environmental regulations for
proper recycling. Do not dispose of devices in unsorted municipal waste.
Table of Contents
Chapter I Product Description.............................................................................................................. 1
1.1 Product Overview.................................................................................................................... 1
1.2 Key Features............................................................................................................................ 1
1.3 Hardware Overview.................................................................................................................2
1.4 Hardware Installation............................................................................................................ 12
1.5 How to Connect to Alarm Interface.......................................................................................28
1.6 System Requirements............................................................................................................ 28
Chapter II Network Connection..........................................................................................................29
2.1 Setting the Camera over the LAN.......................................................................................... 29
2.1.1 Connect the Camera to the PC Directly.......................................................................29
2.1.2 Connect via a Switch or a Router.................................................................................29
2.2 Setting the camera over the WAN.........................................................................................29
2.2.1 Static IP Connection.....................................................................................................30
2.2.2 Dynamic IP Connection................................................................................................30
Chapter III Accessing the Network Camera........................................................................................ 32
3.1 Assigning An IP Address.........................................................................................................32
3.1.1 Assigning An IP Address Using IPCTools...................................................................... 32
3.1.2 Assign An IP Address via Browser................................................................................36
3.2 Accessing from the Web Browser..........................................................................................39
3.2.1 Access over IE Browser................................................................................................ 39
3.3 Accessing from Milesight VMS (Video Management Software)........................................... 41
Chapter IV System Operation Guide...................................................................................................43
4.1 Live Video.............................................................................................................................. 43
4.2 Playback................................................................................................................................. 45
4.3 Basic Settings......................................................................................................................... 47
4.3.1 Video............................................................................................................................47
4.3.2 Image........................................................................................................................... 49
4.3.3 Audio............................................................................................................................52
4.3.4 Wi-Fi.............................................................................................................................54
4.3.5 Network....................................................................................................................... 56
4.3.6 Date &Time..................................................................................................................58
4.4 Advanced Settings................................................................................................................. 60
4.4.1 Image........................................................................................................................... 60
4.4.2 Network....................................................................................................................... 62
4.4.3 Alarm........................................................................................................................... 67
4.4.4 Storage.........................................................................................................................73
4.4.5 Security........................................................................................................................ 78
4.4.6 SIP................................................................................................................................ 80
4.4.7 Logs..............................................................................................................................83
4.5 System....................................................................................................................................84
4.6 Maintenance..........................................................................................................................84
Chapter V Services..............................................................................................................................86
Chapter I Product Description
1.1 Product Overview
Milesight provides a consistent range of cost-effective and reliable network cameras to fully
meet your requirements. Based on embedded Linux operating system, Milesight network
cameras could be easily accessed and managed either locally or remotely with great reliability.
Built-in high-performance DSP video processing modules, the cameras pride on low power
consumption and high stability. They support state-of-the-art H.265/H.264/MJPEG video
compression algorithm and industry-leading HD dual-stream technology to achieve the highest
level of video image quality under the limited network resources. It is fully functional, supporting
for flexible and comprehensive alarm linkage mechanism, day and night auto switch, smart PTZ
control and privacy masking, etc.
In practical applications, Milesight network cameras could either work independently in the LAN,
or be networked to form a powerful safety monitoring system. It is widely used in fields such as
finance, education, industrial production, civil defense, health care for security’s sake.
1.2 Key Features
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Based on Linux OS with high reliability
H.265/H.264/MJPEG video compression capability
Support ONVIF Profile S
Support three streams
Support PoE
ICR filter with auto switch, true day/ night
Built-in WEB server, support IE/ Firefox/ Chrome/ Safari browser
UPnP protocol for the easy management of IPC
Motion Detection, Privacy Masking, Network Fault Detection and ROI
FTP upload, SMTP upload, SD card record and SIP phone
G.711/AAC audio compression capability
Alarm I/O(built-in for bullet and box cameras, optional for dome cameras)
Built-in Microphone(built-in for (IR) Mini Dome and Vandal-proof Mini Dome, optional for
Pro Dome)
Real-time video electronic amplification
Three-privilege levels of users for flexible management
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC card local storage support, expand the edge storage
Local PAL/NTSC signal output
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1.3 Hardware Overview
1. Mini Dome Network Camera
Press Button
Ethernet Port (PoE)
Lens
Error LED Indicator
Power LED Indicator
Reset
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Figure 1-3-1 Mini Dome
Note:
1) Error LED Indicator: Error LED Indicator is on when the device starts up or runs error.
2) Reset Button: Press “Reset” button for 5 seconds, the device will be restored to factory
default.
3) Only PoE is available for power supply.
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2. IR Mini Dome Network Camera
Press Button
Ethernet Port (PoE)
Lens
IR LEDs
Error LED Indicator
Power LED Indicator
Light Sensor
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Reset
Figure 1-3-2 IR Mini Dome
Note:
1) Error LED Indicator: Error LED Indicator is on when the device starts up or runs error.
2) Reset Button: Press “Reset” button for 5 seconds, the device will be restored to factory
default.
3) Only PoE is available for power supply.
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3. Vandal-proof Mini Dome
Figure 1-3-3
IR LEDs
Light Sensor
Screw
Microphone
Lens
Ethernet Port
(PoE)
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC
Card Slot
Reset
Power and System LED Indicator
Figure 1-3-4 Vandal-proof Mini Dome
Note:
1) Error LED Indicator: Error LED Indicator is on when the device starts up or runs error.
2) Reset Button: Press “Reset” button for 5 seconds, the device will be restored to factory
default.
3) Only PoE is available for power supply.
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4. Mini Cube Network Camera
Microphone
LED Indicators
Lens
Light Sensor
Speaker
IR LEDs
PIR Sensor or SIP Button
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC
Card Slot
SIP Button
Power Connector
Ethernet Port(PoE)
Alarm Input/Output
WPS/Reset Button
Figure 1-3-5 Wi-Fi Mini Cube Camera
Note:
1) SIP Button: Trigger alarm via SIP calling. After this button is pressed, the camera will call the SIP
Phone.
2) WPS Button: Press this button, and then press the WPS button on your router to set up
wireless connection automatically.
3) DC 12V and PoE are available for power supply;
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5. Mini Bullet Network Camera
IR LEDs
Lens
Light Sensor
Ethernet Port(PoE)
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Reset Button
Figure 1-3-6 Mini Bullet Camera
Note:
1) Only PoE is available for power supply.
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6. Remote Focus&Zoom Mini Bullet Camera
IR LEDs
Lens
Light Sensor
DC 12V
Ethernet Port(PoE)
Reset Button
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Figure 1-3-7 Remote Focus&Zoom Mini Bullet Camera
Note:
1) DC 12V and PoE are available for power supply.
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7. Pro Bullet Camera
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC
Card Slot
IR LEDs
BNC
Reset
Breather
Alarm /Audio
Lens
Light Sensor
Ethernet Port (PoE)
Power Connector
Figure 1-3-8 Pro Bullet Camera
Note:
1) DC 12V and PoE are available for power supply.
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8. Pro Dome Network Camera
IR Lens
Micro SD/SDHC/SDXC Card Slot
Note:
1) There are two versions for Pro Dome: Standard and Multiple Interface, the interface’s pictures
are as following;
2) Multiple Interface adopts the external interface “Audio In” instead of the Microphone built-in;
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DC 12V
Ethernet Port(PoE)
WAFER Contact
Figure 1-3-9 Pro Dome Camera(Standard Interface)
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Audio In
Ethernet Port
(PoE)
DC 12V
Audio Out
Figure 1-3-10 Pro Dome Camera(Multiple Interface)
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External Interface
1.4 Hardware Installation
1. Mini Dome Network Camera
Step1: Remove the dome cover;
Press Button
Step2: Secure the screws;
Step3: Connect and route an Ethernet cable through the ceiling or wall;
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Step4: Adjust the lens angle and focus;
Pan Range:+15°
Tilt Range:0-90°
20°
Step5: Attach the dome cover;
2.
IR Mini Dome Network Camera
Step1: Remove the dome cover;
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Press Button
Step2: Secure the screws;
Step3: Connect and route an Ethernet cable through the ceiling or wall;
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Step4: Attach the dome cover;
Step5: Adjust the lens angle and focus;
Pan Range:+17.5°
Tilt Range:20-60°
20°
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3.
Vandal-proof Mini Dome
Step1: Remove the dome cover;
Step2: Secure the screws;
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Step3: Connect and route an Ethernet cable through the ceiling or wall;
Step4: Loosen the screw and adjust the lens angle and focus;
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Step5: Attach the dome cover;
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Mini Cube Network Camera
Step1: Mount the cube camera to the ceiling or wall, or place the cube camera horizontally;
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Step2: Connect the power adapter and Ethernet cable;
Power Cable
Ethernet Cable
Step3: Adjust the shooting direction;
90°
360°
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5.
Mini Bullet Network Camera
Step1: Loosen the waterproof connector, and then remove the rubber seal, and the waterproof
connector;
Step2: Loosen and open the rear cover;
Step3: Install a Micro SD/SDHC card, connect an Ethernet cable and pass it through the rubber seal,
attach the supplied desiccant bag to the inner side of the network camera (Please replace
the desiccant bag with a new one once you open the rear cover);
Step4: Install and tighten the rear cover;
Step5: Tighten the rubber seal, seal clamp, and cap nut of the waterproof connector;
Step6: Pass the Ethernet cable through the center of the mount bracket, put the bracket and
camera together, rotate the bracket and fasten the bracket using screws;
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Step7: Mount the camera to the ceiling or wall;
Step8: Adjust the shooting direction;
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Note:
The upper cover of the mini bullet camera could only be moved forward for 5mm at most to
ensure better field of view.
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6.
Pro Bullet Network Camera
Step1: Fix a sticker in the position where you want to install your camera;
115mm
Step2: Pass the Ethernet cable through the rear cover and fasten the rear cover to the ceiling or
wall;
Step3: Connect an Ethernet cable and hook for your camera with a hang rope;
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Step4: Install and tighten the rear cover and fasten the bracket to the camera using 4 plum flower
head screws;
Step5: Adjust the shooting direction;
90°
360°
360°
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7.
Pro Dome Network Camera
Step1: Fix a sticker in the position where you want to install your camera. Install the supplied
bracket on the ceiling or wall, secure the screws;
Step2: Connect an Ethernet and pass it through the rubber seal;
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Step3: Rotate the camera unit according to the direction shown in the picture, and then attach the
camera unit to the bracket with the supplied screws;
Step4: Connect and route an Ethernet cable and the power source through the ceiling or wall, then
attach the camera unit to the bracket;
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Step5: Loosen the camera head fixing screw. Adjust the camera to turn the lens in the desired
direction. Tighten the camera head fixing screw to fix the camera;
Step6: Attach the dome cover;
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1.5 How to Connect to Alarm Interface
External interface of camera is as the following, you can refer to the picture to install the external
alarm device:
PIN1: A/B
PIN2: A/B
PIN3: Connect with G(ground)
PIN4: Connect with input ≤12V
1.6 System Requirements
Operating System: Windows XP/Vista/7/8/10/Server 2000/Server 2008
CPU: 1.66GHz or higher
RAM: 1G or higher
Graphic memory: 128MB or more
Internet protocol: TCP/IP (IPv4/IPv6)
Web Browsers: Internet Explorer 8.0 and above version, Mozilla Firefox, Google Chrome and Safari.
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Chapter II Network Connection
2.1 Setting the Camera over the LAN
Connecting the camera to a switch or a router is the most common connection method. The
camera must be assigned an IP address that is compatible with its LAN.
2.1.1 Connect the Camera to the PC Directly
In this method, only the computer connected to the camera will be able to view the camera. The
camera must be assigned a compatible IP address to the computer. Details are shown as the
following figure.
Figure 2-1-1 Connect the camera to the PC directly
2.1.2 Connect via a Switch or a Router
Refer to the following figure to set network camera over the LAN via the switch or router.
Figure 2-1-2 Connect via a switch or a Router
2.2 Setting the camera over the WAN
The camera could be connected to the WAN directly. You need to set the static or dynamic WAN IP
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address assigned by the ISP (Internet Service Provider).
2.2.1 Static IP Connection
 Connecting the network camera with public IP directly
You can also set a public IP of the camera and directly connect it to the internet without using a
router. Details are as follows.
Figure 2-2-1 Connecting the network camera with public IP directly
 Connecting the network camera via a router
Step1: Connect the network camera to a router.;
Step2: Assign a LAN IP address, the Subnet mask and the Gateway;
Step3: Set port mapping, E.g. 80, 8000 and 554 ports. The steps for port mapping vary depending
on different routers. Please call the router manufacturer for assistance with port mapping;
Step4: Visit the network camera through a web browser or Milesight VMS over the internet.
Figure 2-2-2 Connecting the network camera via a router using static IP
2.2.2 Dynamic IP Connection
 Connecting the network camera via a router
Step1: Connect the network camera to a router;
Step2: On the camera, assign a LAN IP address, the Subnet mask and the Gateway;
Step3: On the router, set port mapping. E.g. 80, 8000 and 554 ports. The steps for port mapping
vary depending on different routers. Please call the router manufacturer for assistance with
port mapping;
Step4: Apply a domain name from a domain name provider;
Step5: Configure the DDNS settings in the setting interface of the router;
Step6: Visit the camera via the domain name.
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Figure 2-2-3 Connecting the network camera via a router using dynamic IP
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Chapter III Accessing the Network Camera
3.1 Assigning An IP Address
The camera must be assigned an IP address to be accessible. The default IP address of Milesight
network camera is 192.168.5.190. The default user name is “admin”, and password is “ms1234”.
You can either change the IP address of the camera via IPCTools or browser. Please connect the
camera in the same LAN of your computer.
3.1.1 Assigning An IP Address Using IPCTools
IPCTools is a software tool which can automatically detect multiple online Milesight network
cameras connected in the LAN, set IP addresses, and manage firmware upgrades. It’s
recommended when assigning IP addresses for multiple cameras.
Step1: Install IPCTools (The software could be downloaded from our website www.milesight.com);
Step2: Start IPCTools, and the device information including IP address, MAC address, Port number,
Netmask, and Gateway of all Milesight network cameras will be displayed. Details are
shown as Figure 3-1-1;
Figure 3-1-1 IPCTools
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Step3: Select a camera or multiple cameras according to the MAC addresses;
Figure 3-1-2 Select single camera
Figure 3-1-3 Select multiple cameras
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Step4: Type the User Name and Password (if they are not the default value.);
Figure 3-1-4
Step5: Change the IP address or other network values, and then click “Modify” button;
Figure 3-1-5
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Step6: Change the IP address successfully;
Figure 3-1-6 Change IP address successfully
Step7: By double clicking the selected camera, you can access the camera via web browser directly.
The Internet Explorer window will pop up.
Figure 3-1-7
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3.1.2 Assign An IP Address via Browser
If the network segment of the computer and that of the camera are different, please follow the
steps to change the IP address:
Step1: Change the IP address of computer to 192.168.5.0 segment, here are two ways as following:
a. Start-> Control Panel-> Network and Internet Connection-> Network Connection-> Local
Area Connection, and double click it. (Refer to Figure 3-1-8);
Figure 3-1-8
b.Click “Advanced”, and then click “IP settings”-> “IP address”-> “Add” (See Figure 3-1-9). In
the pop-up window, enter an IP address that in the same segment with Milesight network
camera ( e.g. 192.168.5.61, but please note that this IP address shall not conflict with the
IP address on the existing network);
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Figure 3-1-9
Step2: Start the browser. In the address bar, enter the default IP address of the camera:
http://192.168.5.190;
Step3: Enter the user name and password when the LOGIN page appears;
Default user name: admin
Default password: ms1234
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Figure 3-1-10
Step4: After login, please select “Configuration” “Basic Settings” “Network” “TCP/IP”. The
Network Settings page appears (Shown as following Figure);
Figure 3-1-11
Step5: Change the IP address or other network values. Then click “Save” button;
Step6: The change of default IP address is completed.
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3.2 Accessing from the Web Browser
The camera can be used with the most standard operating systems and browsers. The
recommended browsers are Internet Explorer, Firefox, Chrome, Safari.
3.2.1 Access over IE Browser
Before using the browser to get access to your camera, you need to install the MsActiveX firstly.
You can refer the steps as follows:
Step1: Launch the IE browser and enter the IP address of the camera.
Step2: Enter the User Name and Password and click “Login”.
(The default user name is “admin”, password is “ms1234”)
Step3: At the first time to log in the device, the browser will prompt to install Controls, please click
“Click here to download and install controls manually” as Figure 3-2-1.
Figure 3-2-1
Note:
During installing the controls, please keep the browsers close.
Step4: Follow the prompts to install the Controls, when it`s finished, it will pop out a window as
Figure 3-2-2. Please click “Finish” and refresh the browser, then you will see the video.
Figure 3-2-2
If IE9 or higher version browser is used, it is suggested that the Milesight camera web link should
be added as a trusted site. See the instructions as follows:
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Step1: Start the IE9 or higher version browser, and select “Tools” “Internet Options”;
Figure 3-2-3
Step2: Select “Security” to “Trusted”;
Figure 3-2-4
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Step3: Enter the IP address of the camera in the blank and click “Add”;
Figure 3-2-5
Step4: Enter the IP address. After logging on IP camera’s web GUI successfully, user is allowed
to view live video as follows.
Figure 3-2-6
3.3 Accessing from Milesight VMS (Video Management Software)
Milesight VMS(ONVIF compatible) is a handy and reliable application designed to work with IP
cameras in order to provide video surveillance, recording settings and event management
functions. The interface of Milesight VMS is very easy to use, intuitive, with easy access to the
most common activities, such as viewing live video, searching through recordings and exporting
videos and snapshots. It's able to be integrated with other devices through ONVIF. It is designed to
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work on Windows XP/7/8/Vista/Server 2000/Server 2008. The software could be downloaded from
our website www.milesight.com.
Please install Milesight VMS; then launch the program to add the camera to the channel list. For
detailed information about how to use the software, please refer to user manual of Milesight VMS.
Figure 3-3-1
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Chapter IV System Operation Guide
4.1 Live Video
After logging in the network camera web GUI successfully, user is allowed to view live video as
follows.
Figure 4-1-1 Live view interface
Table 4-1-1 Description of the buttons
No.
Parameter
Description
Navigation key is used to control the direction. The
rotation key is used for auto-rotation
PTZ Control
PTZ Speed
PTZ rotation speed control
Brightness: A brighter scene appears, if a higher level of
brightness is chosen
Contrast: The difference in color and light between
parts of an image
Saturation: A more vivid scene appears, if a higher level
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Image Adjustment
of saturation is chose
Sharpness: Make image more sharp
Noise Reduction Level: Adjust the noise reduction level
Default Settings: Restore brightness, contrast and
saturation to default settings
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3
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Click to access the configuration page
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Choose the Stream to show on the current video
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Click to display images at a window size
window
Window size
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Click to display images at a real size
Real size
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Click to display images at full-screen
Full Screen
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When recording, the icon will turn red
Recording
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When an alarm causes recording, the icon will turn red
Alarm
Adjust the Zoom length of the lens
Adjust focus of the lens
Adjust the size of IRIS
Auxiliary Focus and Lens Initialization
Adjust iris automatically if check this box
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Start/Stop live view
Click to capture the current image and save to the
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configured path. The default path is
Capture
C:VMS\+-1\ IMAGE-MANUAL
Click to start recording video and save to the configured
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path. The default path is C:VMS\+-1\MS_Record. Click
Start Recording
again to stop recording
Enable Audio Input/Output. It can also be set in Audio
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Play Audio
configuration page
Set the saving path for captured images and video
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Saving Path Settings
recordings
When enabled, you can zoom in in a specific area of
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Enable Zoom
video image with your mouse wheel
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Able to use PTZ to move the position
E-PTZ
4.2 Playback
This section explains how to view the remotely recorded video files stored in SD cards.
Step1: Click [Playback] on the menu bar to enter playback interface.
Figure 4-2-1 Playback interface
Step2: Click the date button, choose the date when date window pops up;
Figure 4-2-2 Search Video
Note:
The date with bright red means there is recorded file in this day; one with dark red means
weekend day; one with blue background means the date is selected now.
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Step3: Click
to play the video files found on this date.
The toolbar on the button of playback interface can be used to control playing progress.
Figure 4-2-3 Playback Toolbar
Table 4-1-2 Description of the buttons
Button
Operation
Play
Pause
Stop
Slow Forward
Fast Forward
Audio On/Off
/
Search
Go To
Time Narrow/Expand
/
Start/Stop Recording
/
Snapshot
Zoom On/Off
/
Full Screen
Note:
Drag the progress bar with the mouse to locate the exact playback point. You can also input the
time and click
/
to locate the playback point in the Set Playback Time filed. You can also click
to zoom out/in the progress bar.
Figure 4-2-4 Set Payback Time
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4.3 Basic Settings
4.3.1 Video
Stream parameters can be set in this module, adapting to different network environments and
demands.
Primary Stream Settings
Figure 4-3-1 Primary Stream Settings
Secondary Stream Settings
Figure 4-3-2 Secondary Stream
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Third Stream Settings
Figure 4-3-3 Third Stream
Table 4-3-1 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
There are difference for the camera with “-A” and “-B”
Video Codec
-A: H.265/H.264/MJPEG available
-B: H.264/MJPEG available
Options include 4M(2592*1520), 3M(2304*1296), 3M(2048* 1536),
Frame Size
1080P(1920*1080), 2M(1600 *1200), 1.3M(1280*960), 720P(1280*720), D1
(704*576)
Maximum Frame Rate
Bit Rate
Maximum refresh frame rate of per second
Transmitting bits of data per second, this item is optional only if you select the
H.265/H.264
CBR: Constant Bitrate. The rate of CBR output is constant
Bit Rate Control
VBR: Variable Bitrate. VBR files vary the amount of output date per time
segment
Profile
The option is for H.264, Main/High can be selected according to your needs
Set the I-frame interval to 1~60, 25 for the default. This item is optional only if
I-frame Interval
you select the H.265/H.264. The number must be a multiple of the number of
frames.
JPEG Quality
Low/Medium/High/Higher are available, this item is optional only if you select
the MJPEG
Note:
The options of [Frame Size] are variable according to the model selected.
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4.3.2 Image
OSD (On Screen Display) content and video time can be displayed to rich the image information.
Display information and Day/Night setting can be set in this module.
On Screen Display(OSD)
Figure 4-3-4 OSD
Table 4-3-2 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Show Video Title
Video Title
Text Position
Show Timestamp
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to show video title
OSD content customized
OSD display position on the image
Check the checkbox to display date on the image
Date Position
Date display position on the image
Date Format
The format of date
Copy to other streams
Copy the settings to other streams
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Display
Figure 4--3-5 Display
Table 4-3-3 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
Wide Dynamic Rage: This function enables the capture and display of both bright
WDR Wide Dynamic
Range
and dark areas in the same frame, there are details in both areas in this way
Off: Disable WDR function
On: Enable WDR function
Auto Mode: WDR function will be enable or disable automatically based on the
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brightness of the environment
Customize: Customize the schedule to enable/disable the WDR function
Full View, Custom, and BLC are available
Full view: Calculate the full range of view and offer appropriate light
compensation
Exposure Region
Custom: This option enables you to add customized windows as inclusive or
exclusive regions manually
BLC (Back Light Compensation): This option will automatically add an inclusive
region in the middle of the window and give the necessary light compensation
Outdoor/Indoor Mode
Smart IR
Select indoor or outdoor mode to meet your needs
There is an option to turn On/Off the IR LED. Select smart IR on, and the IR LED
changes according to the actual illumination.
Auto mode/Customize mode. If you choose customize mode, the camera adjusts
Exposure Mode
the brightness according to the value you set. The higher the value, the brighter
the image.
Power Line Frequency
60HZ flicker for NTSC mode and 50HZ flicker for PAL mode
To restore white objects, removed color distortion because of the light of the
environment
Auto White Balance: This option will automatically enable the White Balance
function
White Balance
Incandescent Lamp: Select this option when light is similar with incandescent
lamp
Warm Light Lamp:Select this option when light is similar with warm light lamp
Natural Light: Select this option when there is no else light but natural light
Fluorescent Lamp: Select this option when light is similar with Fluorescent Lamp
IR Light sensor
sensitivity
There are three modes LOW/MEDIUM/HIGH, select one mode according your
need
There are several parameters such as Exposure Level, Maximum Exposure Time
and IR-CUT Interval, etc, associated with this mode
Night Mode: Shown in live view based on Night Mode settings
Day/Night Mode
Day Mode: Shown in live view based on Day Mode settings
Auto Mode: Shown in live view based on environment
Customize: Shown in live view based on your own settings’ time to start/end
Night Mode
There are six options available, you can select one to meet your need
Normal: Remain the image in normal direction
Flip Horizontal: Flip the image horizontally
Video Orientation
Flip vertical: Flip the image vertically
Rotating 90°: The images is presented rotating 90°
Rotating 180°: The images is presented upside down
Rotating 270°: The images is presented rotating 270°
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Day/Night Mode
Figure 4-3-6 Day/Night Mode
Table 4-3-4 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Exposure Level
Maximum Exposure
Time
IR-CUT Interval
Function Introduction
Level 0~10 are available to meet your need
Set the maximum exposure time to 1/5~1/100000
IR-CUT switching time between each mode
IR-CUT
Choose to turn on or turn off under this mode
IR LED
Choose to turn on or turn off under this mode
Color Mode
Schedule Mode
Select B/W or Color mode under Day/Night mode
Here you can customize your special demands for different time, then the Day
mode and Night mode will switch automatically according to your settings
4.3.3 Audio
This audio function allows you to hear the sound from the camera or transmit your sound to the
camera side. A two-way communication is also possible to be achieved with this feature. Alarm can
be triggered when the audio input is above a certain alarm level you set, and configured audio can
be played when an alarm occurs.
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Figure 4--3-7 Audio
Table 4-3-5 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable Audio
Function Introduction
Check on the checkbox to enable audio feature
Denoise: Set it as On/Off. When you set the function on, the noise detected can
be filtered
Encoding: G711-ULaw, G711-ALaw and AAC LC are available
Audio Input
Sample Rate: There are 8KHz/16KHz two options
Input Gain: Input audio gain level, 0-100
Alarm Level: Alarm will be triggered if voice alarm is enabled and input gained
volume is higher than the alarm level, 0-100
Note:
The Audio mode and Audio Output are only for certain modules.
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4.3.4 Wi-Fi
Wi-Fi
The page is as follows:
Figure 4-3-8 Wi-Fi
Table 4-3-6 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Wi-Fi List
Function Introduction
Wi-Fi List: Wi-Fi list
Wi-Fi Status: Connected/Disconnected
Wi-Fi Settings
SSID: Wi-Fi source
Network Mode: Wi-Fi option for Manage and Ad-Hoc mode
Security Mode: Select Wi-Fi connection security mode
Enable DHCP: Check the checkbox to enable the DHCP function
IPv4 Address: Address used to identify a network camera on the network
Wi-Fi IP Address
Configuration
IPv4 Subnet Mask: It is used to identify the subnet where the network camera is
located
IPv4 Default Gateway: The default gateway address
Primary DNS: The DNS Server translates the domain name to IP address
WPS(Wi-Fi Protected Setup)
Originally Wi-Fi Simple Config, it’s a network security standard that allows users to easily secure a
wireless home network. The goal of the protocol is to allow home users who know little of wireless
security and may be intimidated by the available security options to set up Wi-Fi Protected Access,
as well as making it easy to add new devices to an existing network without entering long
password phrases.
PIN Method
It’s a personal identification number (PIN) has to be read from either a sticker or the display on the
new wireless device. You can add the PIN code to the router or you add the Router PIN code on
this camera.
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Push-Button Method
The user simply has to push a button, either an actual or virtual one, on both the access point
and the new wireless client device. Support of this mode is mandatory for access points and
optional for connecting devices.
Figure 4-3-9 WPS
Table 4-3-7 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable WPS
PIN Code
PBC Connecting
Use Router PIN Code
Function Introduction
Enable or Disable WPS
Click on the “Generate” to get a code, you need to add this PIN code to the router
Connect via PBC button, click on the PBC button on the router, then click
“Connect” button again
Enter the router PIN code here, and also with the SSID
Note:
1) Wi-Fi function is only applicable for Cube cameras if purchased, WPS need supports from Wi-Fi
router.
2) If you use Fixed IP, please set IP the same segment with Wi-Fi router .
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4.3.5 Network
TCP/IP
Figure 4-3-10 TCP/IP
Table 4-3-8 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Get IPv4 Address
Function Introduction
Get an IP address from the DHCP server automatically
IPv4 Address: An address that used to identify a network camera on the network
IPv4 Subnet Mask: It is used for identifying the subnet where the network
camera is located
IPv4 Default Router: The default router address
Use fixed IP address
Primary DNS: The DNS Server translates the domain name to IP address
IPv6 Mode: Choose different mode for IPv6: Manual/Route Advertisement/
DHCPv6
IPv6 Address: IPv6 Address used to identify a network camera on the network
IPv6 Prefix: Define the prefix length of IPv6 address
IPv6 Default Router: The default router IPv6 address
HTTP
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Figure 4-3-11 HTTP
Table 4-3-9 Description of the buttons
Parameters
HTTP Enable
HTTP Port
HTTPS Enable
HTTPS Port
Function Introduction
Start or stop using HTTP
Web GUI login port, the default is 80, the same with ONVIF port
Start or stop using HTTPS
Web GUI login port via HTTPS, the default is 443
RTSP
Figure 4-3-12 RTSP
Table 4-3-10 Description of the buttons
Parameters
RTSP Port
Playback Port
Function Introduction
The port of RTSP, the default is 554
The port of playback, the default is 555
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RTP Packet
Multicast Group
Address
QoS DSCP
There are Better Compatibility and Better Performance two options available, you
can choose one to meet your needs
Support multicast function
The valid value range of the DSCP is 0-63.
Note:
1) DSCP refers to the Differentiated Service Code Point; and the DSCP value is used in the IP
header to indicate the priority of the data.
2) A reboot is required for the settings to take effect.
4.3.6 Date &Time
Figure 4-3-13 Date&Time
Current System Time
Current date &time of the system
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Set the System Time
Table 4-3-11 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Time Zone
Daylight Saving time
NTP Sync
Synchronize with
computer time
NTP server
Encryption Type
Manual
Function Introduction
Choose a time zone for your location
Enable the daylight saving time
Regularly update your time according to the interval time
Synchronize the time with your computer
Input the address of NTP server
Synchronize the time with configured SNTP server and selected time zone
Set the system time manually
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4.4 Advanced Settings
4.4.1 Image
There are two more modules(Privacy Mask and ROI) in Advanced Settings than those in Basic
Settings. The same parts will not repeat again. Please refer to 4.3.2 if you are in need.
Privacy Mask
Figure 4-4-1 Privacy Mask
Table 4-4-1 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable
Draw Area
Clear All
Type
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to enable the Privacy Mask function
Draw the area which you want to cover
Clear all areas you drew before
Select the color to use for the privacy areas, there are three colors available:
White, Black, Blue
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ROI
A region of interest(often abbreviated ROI), is a selected subset of samples within a dataset
identified for a particular purpose. Users can select up to 3 key regions of a scene to transmit as
separate streams for targeted preview and recording.
By using Milesight ROI technology, more than 50% of bit rate can be saved and therefore less
bandwidth demanded and the storage usage reduced. So according to this, you can set a small bit
rate for high resolution.
Figure 4-4-2 ROI
Table 4-4-2 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable
Draw Area
Clear All
Video Stream
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to enable the ROI function
Draw the areas which you want to use ROI function
Clear all areas you drew before
Choose the Video Stream
Note:
You can set a low bit rate firstly.
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4.4.2 Network
There are more several modules in Advanced Settings than those in Basic Settings. The same parts
will not repeat again. Please refer to 4.3.2 if you are in need.
UPnP
Universal Plug and Play (UPnP) is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among
networking equipment, software and other hardware devices.The UPnP protocol allows devices to
connect seamlessly and to simplify the implementation of networks in the home and corporate
environments. With the function enabled, you don’t need to configure the port mapping for each
port, and the camera is connected to the Wide Area Network via the router.
Figure 4-4-3 UPnP
Table 4-4-3 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable
Enable Port Mapping
Name
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to enable the UPnP function
Check the checkbox to enable the Port Mapping
The name of the device detected online can be edited
Auto: Automatically obtain the corresponding HTTP and RTSP port, without any
Type
settings
Manual: Need to manually set the appropriate HTTP port and RTSP Port. When
choose Manual, you can customize the value of the port number by yourself
DDNS
DDNS allows you to access the camera via domain names instead of IP address. It manages to
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change IP address and update your domain information dynamically. You need to register an
account from a provider.
Figure 4-4-4 DDNS
Table 4-4-4 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable DDNS
Provider
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to enable DDNS service
Support DDNS from now dyndns.org, freedns.afraid.org, www.no-ip.com,
www.zoneedit.com
User name
Account name from the DDNS provider
Password
Account password
Host name
DDNS name enabled in the account
SMTP
Alarm video files can be sent to specific mail account through SMTP server. You must configure the
SMTP settings correctly before using it.
Figure 4-4-5 SMTP
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Table 4-4-5 Description of the buttons
Parameters
User Name
Sender Email Address
Password
Server Address
Server Port
Recipient Email
Address1
Recipient Email
Address2
Encryption
Function Introduction
The sender's name. It is usually the same as the account name
Email address to send video files attached emails
The password of the sender
The SMTP server IP address or host name(e.g.smtp.gmail.com)
The port of SMTP server. The default TCP/IP port for SMTP is 25(not secured). For
SSL/TLS port, it depends on the mail you use
Email address to receive video files
Email address to receive video files
Check the checkbox to enable SSL or TLS if it is required by the SMTP server.
FTP
Alarm video files can be sent to specific FTP server. You must configure the FTP settings correctly
before using it.
Figure 4-4-6 SMTP
Table 4-4-6 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Server Address
Server Port
Function Introduction
FTP server address
The port of the FTP server. Generally it is 21
User Name
User name used to log in to the FTP sever
Password
User password
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FTP Folder Name
Path where video will be uploaded to on the FTP server
VLAN
A virtual LAN (VLAN) is any broadcast domain that is partitioned and isolated in a computer
network at the data link layer (OSI layer 2). LAN is an abbreviation of local area network. VLANs
allow network administrators to group hosts together even if the hosts are not on the same
network switch. This can greatly simplify network design and deployment, because VLAN
membership can be configured through software. Without VLANs, grouping hosts according to
their resource needs necessitates the labour of relocating nodes or rewiring data links.
Figure 4-4-7 VLAN
Note:
How to set up VLAN in switches, please refers to your switches user manual.
PPPoE
This camera supports the PPPoE auto dial-up function. The camera gets a public IP address by ADSL
dial-up after the camera is connected to a modem. You need to configure the PPPoE parameters of
the network camera.
Figure 4-4-8 PPPoE
Note:
1) The obtained IP address is dynamically assigned via PPPoE, so the IP address always changes
after rebooting the camera. To solve the inconvenience of the dynamic IP, you need to get a
domain name from the DDNS provider (E.g.DynDns.com).
2) The user name and password should be assigned by your ISP.
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SNMP
You can set the SNMP function to get camera status, parameters and alarm related information
and manage the camera remotely when it is connected to the network.
Before setting the SNMP, please download the SNMP software and manage to receive the camera
information via SNMP port. By setting the Trap Address, the camera can send the alarm event and
exception messages to the surveillance center.
Figure 4-4-9 SNMP
Table 4-4-7 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
The version of SNMP, please select the version of your SNMP software.
SNMP v1/2/3
SNMP v1: Provide no security
SNMP v2: Require password for access
SNMP v3: Provide encrytion and the HTTPS protocol must be enabled
Write Community
Input the name of Write Community
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Read Community
Trap Address
Trap Port
Trap Community Name
Read Security Name
Level of Security
Write Security Name
Level of Security
SNMP Port
Input the name of Read Community
Set the trap address
Set the trap port, the default is 162
Input the trap community name
Input the name of Read Security Community
There are three levels available: (auth, priv), (auth, no priv) and (no auth, no priv)
Input the name of Write Security Community
There are three levels available: (auth, priv), (auth, no priv) and (no auth, no priv)
The port of SNMP, the default is 161
Note:
1) The settings of SNMP software should be the same as the settings you configure here;
2) A reboot is required for the settings to take effect.
4.4.3 Alarm
Motion Detection
Step1: Set motion region;
Figure 4-4-10 Alarm
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Table 4-4-7 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Enable Motion
Detection
Function Introduction
Check the checkbox to enable Motion Detection function
Select All
Click the button, the motion in the area will be detected
Clear All
Click the button, the area drawn before will be removed
Sensitivity
Sensitivity level, 1~10
Step2: Set motion detection schedule;
Figure 4-4-11 Schedule Settings
Step3: Set alarm action;
Figure 4-4-12 Alarm Action
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Table 4-4-8 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Save Into SD Card
Function Introduction
Save alarm recording files into SD Card
Save Into NAS
Save alarm recording files into NAS
Upload Via FTP
Upload alarm recording files to the configured FTP server
Upload Via SMTP
Voice Alarm to SIP
Phone
HTTP Notification
Upload alarm recording files to SMTP with the configured format
Choose to call the SIP phone when alarm is triggered
Choose to send alarm via HTTP notification
Step4: Set alarm settings.
Figure 4-4-13 Alarm Setting
Table 4-4-9 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Record Video Sections
Function Introduction
Six different periods are available(5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 sec)
Pre-record
Reserve the record time before alarm, 0~10 sec
Snapshot
The number of snapshot, 1~5
Trigger Duration
Length of time an alarm lasts
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Audio Alarm
Enable the Audio before using Audio Alarm function.
Figure 4-4-14 Schedule Settings of Audio Alarm
Figure 4-4-15 Audio Alarm Action
The meaning of items please refer to table 4-22 and 4-23, here will not repeat again.
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External Input
Figure 4-4-16 Schedule Settings of Audio Alarm
Figure 4-4-17 Audio Alarm Action
The meaning of items please refer to table 4-22 and 4-23, here will not repeat again.
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Other Alarm
Figure 4-4-18 Alarm Setting
Table 4-4-10 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Alarm Type
Function Introduction
Network Lost, Tampering and IP Address Conflicted are available
Check the checkbox to enable the alarm type you selected
Save Into SD Card: Save alarm recording files into SD Card
Alarm Action
Save Into NAS: Save alarm recording files into NAS
HTTP Notification: Choose to send alarm via HTTP notification
Record Video Sections: Six different periods are available(5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30
sec)
Alarm Setting
Pre-record: Reserve the record time before alarm, 0~10 sec
Snapshot: The number of snapshot, 1~5
Trigger Duration: Length of time an alarm lasts
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4.4.4 Storage
Before you start:
To configure record settings, please make sure that you have the network storage device within the
network or the SD card inserted in your camera.
You can check “Enable cyclic storage”, then it will delete the files when the free disk space reach a
certain value. Choose the storage mode according to your needs.
SD Card
Figure 4-4-19 SD Card
Table 4-4-11 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Format
Mount/UnMount
Enable cyclic storage
Delete
Function Introduction
Format SD card, the files in SD card will be removed
Mount/Dismount SD card
Enable/Disable cyclic storage
Enable cyclic storage, when the free disk space reach at a certain time, it will
automatically delete the files at certain percentage according to your settings
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Record Schedule
Figure 4-4-20 Record Schedule
Table 4-4-12 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Record Storage Type
Record Settings
Schedule Settings
Function Introduction
SD or NAS are available
File Sizes: Set record file size, (10-256)M
Record Frame Type: All/Key
Click the Edit button to edit record schedule
NAS
The network disk should be available within the network and properly configured to store the
recorded files, etc.
NAS(Network-Attached Storage), connecting the storage devices to the existing network, provides
data and files services.
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Figure 4-4-21 NAS
Table 4-4-13 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Server Address
File Path
Mounting Type
Function Introduction
IP address of NAS server
Input the NAS file path
NFS and SMB/CIFS are available. And you can set the user name and password to
guarantee the security if SMB/CIFS is selected
Note:
Up to 5 NAS disks can be connected to the camera.
SD Card Explorer
Files will be seen on this page when they are configured to save into SD card. You can configure
time schedules of video recording everyday and save video files to your desired location.
Note:
Files are visible once SD card is inserted. Don’t insert or plug out SD card when power on.
SD card video files are arranged by date. Each day files will be displayed under the corresponding
date, from here you can copy and delete files etc. You can visit the files in SD card by ftp, for
example, ftp://username:password@192.168.5.190(user name and password are the same as the
camera account and the IP followed is the IP of your device.).
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Figure 4-4-22 SD Card Explore
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Snapshot
Figure 4-4-23 Snapshot
Table 4-4-14 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
Enable Time Snapshot: Check the checkbox to enable the Timing Snapshot
function
Snapshot Settings
Interval: Set the snapshots interval, input the number and choose the
unit(millisecond, second, minute, hour, day)
Save Into SD Card: Save the snapshots into SD card, and choose the file name to
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add time suffix or overwrite the base file name
Save Into NAS: Save the snapshots into NAS, and choose the file name to add
time suffix or overwrite the base file name
Upload Via FTP: Upload the snapshots via FTP, and choose the file name to add
time suffix or overwrite the base file name
Upload Via SMTP: Upload the snapshots via SMTP
Schedule Settings
Click the Edit button to edit record schedule
4.4.5 Security
User
Figure 4-4-24 User
Table 4-4-15 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Manage Privilege
Function Introduction
Allow anonymous viewing: Check the checkbox to enable visit from whom
doesn’t have account of the device
User Name: Input user name for creating an account
Account Management
User Password: Input password for the account
Confirm User Password: Confirm the password
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Privilege: Set the privilege for the account
An administrator can manage all configuration pages of the device, including
Administrator
change user password, add or delete users (the default user “admin” cannot be
deleted)
Operator
An operator can manage all configuration pages except the User page
Viewer
A viewer can`t change any settings
Anonymous Visit
Set the Anonymous visit permission Enable or Disable in the drop-down list to enable or disable
the anonymous visit. There will be a checkbox of Anonymous next time you logging in.
Figure 4-4-25 Log in interface
Click Anonymity and log in.
Note:
Only live view is available for the anonymous user.
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Access List
Figure 4-4-26 Access List
Table 4-4-16 Description of the buttons
Parameters
General Settings
IP access list
Enable access list
filtering
Filter type
Function Introduction
Maximum number of concurrent streaming: Select the maximum number of
concurrent streaming. Options include No Limit, 1~9
Rule: Single, Network and Range are available
IP address: Input the address to get the access to the device
Able to access or restrict access for some IP address
Access or restrict access
4.4.6 SIP
The Session Initiation Protocol(SIP) is a signaling communications protocol, widely used for
controlling multimedia communication sessions such as voice and video calls over Internet
Protocol(IP) networks. This page allows user to configure SIP related parameters. Milesight
cameras can be configured as SIP endpoint to call out when alarm triggered; or allow permitted
number to call in to check the video if the video IP phone is used. To use this function, the settings
in SIP page must be configured properly. SIP can be achieved in two ways to get the video, one is to
dial the IP address directly, the other is account registration mode, the details are as follows:
Method 1: IP Direct mode
Dial on the camera’s IP address directly through SIP phone, so you can see the video(note: SIP
phone and the camera should in the same network segment).
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Method2: Account registration mode
1) Before using the SIP, you need to register an account for the camera from the SIP server;
2) Register another user account for the SIP device from the same SIP server;
3) Call the camera User ID from the SIP device, you will get the video on the SIP device.
SIP Settings
Figure 4-4-27 SIP
Table 4-4-17 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Unregistered/
Registered
Enable
Function Introduction
SIP registration status. Display “Unregistered” or “Registered”
Start or stop using SIP
Choose to use Enable mode or Disable mode. Enable mode means to use SIP with
Register Mode
register account. Disable mode refers to use SIP without register account, just use the
IP address to call.
User ID
User Name
Password
Server Address
SIP ID
SIP account name
SIP account password
Sever IP address
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Server Port
Video Stream
Max Call Duration
Sever port
Choose the video stream
The max call duration when use SIP
Note:
1) SIP supports Directly IP call;
2) SIP only supports second stream with H.265/H.264 or MPEG4 Video Compression.
Alarm Phone List
Figure 4-4-28 Alarm Phone List
Table 4-4-18 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Phone Type
Phone Number/
IP Address
Remark Name
Duration
Function Introduction
Phone Number(Call by phone number) & Direct IP Call(Check to accept peer to
peer IP call).
Call by phone number or IP address.
Display name.
The time schedule to use SIP.
White List
Figure 4-4-29 White List
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Table 4-4-19 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Phone Type
Phone Number/
IP Address
Enable White List
Number Filter
Function Introduction
Phone Number(Call by phone number) & Direct IP Call
Including the phone number or IP address on the whitelist
When enabled, only the designated phone number or IP address can visit
4.4.7 Logs
The logs contain the information about the time and IP that has accessed the camera through web.
Figure 4-4-30 Logs
Table 4-4-20 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
Main Type
There are five main log types: All Type, Event, Operation, Information, Exception
Sub Type
On the premise of main type has been selected, select the sub type to narrow the
range of logs
Start Time
The time log starts
End Time
The time log ends
Go
Input the number of logs’ page
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4.5 System
All information about the hardware and software of the camera can be checked on this page.
Figure 4-5-1 System
Table 4-5-2 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Device Name
Product Model
Function Introduction
The device name can be customized. It will be seen in file names of video files
The product model of the camera
Hardware Version
The hardware version of the camera
Software Version
The software version of the camera can be upgraded
Kernel Version
The kernel version
MAC Address
Media Access Control address
System Up Time Since
The elapsed time since the last restarted of the device
4.6 Maintenance
The software can be upgraded by the following steps:
Step1: Browse and select the upgrading file;
Step2: Click the “upgrade” button after it prompts upload file successfully. After the system
reboots successfully, the update is done.
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Note:
Do not disconnect the power of the device during the update. The device will be restarted to
complete the upgrading.
Figure 4-5-2 Maintenance
Table 4-5-3 Description of the buttons
Parameters
Function Introduction
Hardware Version: The hardware version of the camera
Upgrade Firmware
Software Version: The software version of the camera
Kernel Version: The kernel version
Firmware File: Select the firmware used to upgrade
Reboot the device: Click “Reboot” button to restart the device immediately
Maintenance
Restore settings, except IP address to Factory Default: Click “Restore” button to
restore the camera to factory default settings
Export configuration file: Click this button to export the configuration file
Configuration file: Click this button to import the old configuration file
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Chapter V Services
Milesight Technology Co., Ltd provides customers with timely and comprehensive technical
support services. End-users can contact your local dealer to obtain technical support. Distributors
and resellers can contact directly with Milesight for technical support.
Technical Support Mailbox: support@milesight.com
Web: http://www.milesight.com
Online Problem Submission System: http://www.milesight.com/service/feedback.asp
Address: No.23 Wanghai Road,2nd Software Park, Xiamen, China
Zip Code: 361006
TEL: +86-592-5922772
FAX: +86-592-5922775
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