MOXA VPort 3310 Industrial Video Server User`s Manual

MOXA VPort 3310 Industrial Video Server User`s Manual
MOXA VPort 3310 Industrial Video Server
User’s Manual
First Edition, December 2005
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VPort 3310 User’s Manual
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Before getting started
Before using your VPort 3310, please pay close attention to the following items:
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After opening the VPort 3310 box, compare the contents of the box with the Package Checklist in Chapter
1. Notify your sales representative if any of the items is missing or damaged.
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To prevent damage or problems caused by improper usage, before assembling and operating the device and
peripherals, read the Quick Installation Guide (the printed handbook included in the package). You may
also refer to Chapter 1, under Product Description, and all of Chapter 2, of this manual.
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If you experience a system error, and the system does not recover easily, refer to the Troubleshooting
section in Chapter 7 to learn how to restore factory default settings and reinstall the system.
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The VPort 3310 Video Server has been designed for various environments and can be used to build various
applications for general security or demonstration purposes. For standard applications, refer to Chapter 2,
Getting Started, and Chapter 3, Accessing VPort 3310 Video Server for the First Time.
Important Note
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Surveillance devices may be prohibited by law in your country. Since VPort is both a high performance
surveillance system and networked video server, ensure that the operations of such devices are legal in your
locality before installing this unit for surveillance purposes.
Table of Contents
Chapter 1
Introduction ..................................................................................................1-1
Chapter 2
Getting Started .............................................................................................2-1
Chapter 3
Accessing VPort 3310’s Web-based Manager...........................................3-1
Chapter 4
System Configuration..................................................................................4-1
Chapter 5
URL (CGI) Commands .................................................................................5-1
Overview.................................................................................................................................. 1-2
Package Checklist .................................................................................................................... 1-3
Product Features ...................................................................................................................... 1-4
Typical Application.................................................................................................................. 1-4
Panel Layout of VPort 3310..................................................................................................... 1-5
Product Description ................................................................................................................. 1-6
Before Getting Started ............................................................................................................. 2-2
First-Time Installation and Configuration................................................................................ 2-2
Network Environment with a DHCP Server................................................................. 2-3
Network Environment without a DHCP Server............................................................ 2-5
Mounting VPort 3310 .............................................................................................................. 2-8
Mounting Dimensions .................................................................................................. 2-8
DIN-Rail Mounting ...................................................................................................... 2-9
Wall Mounting (Optional) ............................................................................................ 2-9
Wiring Requirements ............................................................................................................. 2-10
Grounding MOXA VPort 3310 .................................................................................. 2-11
Wiring the Relay Contact ........................................................................................... 2-11
Wiring the Redundant Power Inputs........................................................................... 2-11
Wiring the Digital Inputs ............................................................................................ 2-12
10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet Port Connection ................................................................ 2-12
Functions Featured on VPort’s Homepage............................................................................... 3-2
Logo and Host Name .................................................................................................... 3-2
Camera Image View ..................................................................................................... 3-2
Video Information ........................................................................................................ 3-2
Client Settings............................................................................................................... 3-2
System Configuration ................................................................................................... 3-3
Video/Audio Control by Clients ................................................................................... 3-3
Video Image Snapshots ................................................................................................ 3-4
DI Status/Relay Control................................................................................................ 3-4
Motorized (PTZ) Camera Control ................................................................................ 3-4
Custom PTZ Camera Commands ................................................................................. 3-4
System Configuration via Web-based Manager....................................................................... 4-2
VPort Video Server Information................................................................................... 4-3
System .......................................................................................................................... 4-3
Network ........................................................................................................................ 4-9
Video .......................................................................................................................... 4-23
Audio .......................................................................................................................... 4-30
Alarm.......................................................................................................................... 4-30
System Configuration via FTP............................................................................................... 4-38
Parameters Available in Config.ini............................................................................. 4-38
Overview.................................................................................................................................. 5-2
Style Convention...................................................................................................................... 5-2
General CGI URL Syntax and Parameters............................................................................... 5-2
Get Server Parameter Values.................................................................................................... 5-3
Set Server Parameter Values .................................................................................................... 5-3
Drive the Digital (Relay) Output ............................................................................................. 5-4
Query Status of the Digital Input ............................................................................................. 5-5
Query Status of the Digital (Relay) Output.............................................................................. 5-5
Capture Single Snapshot .......................................................................................................... 5-6
Account Management .............................................................................................................. 5-6
System Logs............................................................................................................................. 5-7
Configuration File.................................................................................................................... 5-8
Camera Control........................................................................................................................ 5-8
Recall ....................................................................................................................................... 5-8
System Information.................................................................................................................. 5-9
Preset Locations......................................................................................................................5-11
Appendix A
Appendix B
Appendix C
Appendix D
Appendix E
Frequently Asked Questions ..................................................................... A-1
Settings of Supported PTZ Cameras......................................................... B-1
Time Zone Table.......................................................................................... C-1
Technical Specifications ............................................................................ D-1
Service Information..................................................................................... E-1
MOXA Internet Services..........................................................................................................E-2
Problem Report Form ..............................................................................................................E-3
Product Return Procedure ........................................................................................................E-4
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Chapter 1
Introduction
VPort 3310 is a high-performance networking video server. In addition to being able to handle
basic video feed, many advanced features are also included to set up surveillance or web attraction
applications. VPort 3310 is designed to provide stability, robustness, ease-of-use, and flexibility.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
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Overview
Package Checklist
Product Features
Typical Application
Panel Layout of VPort 3310
Product Description
VPort 3310 User’s Manual
Introduction
Overview
VPort 3310 is a 1-channel Industrial Video Server that uses the standard MPEG4 algorithm, and
features DIN-Rail Mounting capability, 24 VDC redundant power inputs, and IP30 protection to
meet the requirements of industrial environments. VPort 3310 can digitize any analog video source
and distribute these digital images over an IP network, turning your CCTV system into a “Video
over IP” Network System INSTANTLY. The cutting edge MPEG4 algorithm gives VPort 3310 an
FPS of up to 30 in CIF resolution (352 x 240), with maximum bandwidth of 1.6 Mbps, to provide
high video performance and more efficient network transmission. In addition, VPort 3310 also
provides audio communication for a voice over IP solution, making the control of your video
surveillance system more real-time.
In addition, VPort 3310-T is rated to operate at temperatures ranging from -40 to 75°C, which is
especially suitable for outdoor applications.
High Performance MPEG4 compression
Video input can be efficiently compressed into MPEG4 video stream packets without delay. This
is all done without sacrificing remote monitoring capability or storage. Five levels of compression
ratio and three different image resolutions are provided to provide more versatility.
Audio supported for a complete surveillance solution
The MPEGx series algorithm allows both voice and video to be compressed together to provide
users with more versatile applications, such as VCD (MPEG1), DVD (MPEG2), Internet
Multimedia Broadcast (MPEG4), etc. VPort 3310 introduces users to a brand new kind of
synchronized video/audio surveillance over an IP network.
Rugged Design for Industrial Environments
VPort 3310 is an Industrial Video Server, which means that it is specially design for harsh
industrial environments. With the 24 VDC redundant power inputs, IP30 protection, and DIN-Rail
mounting, VPort 3310 meets the critical requirements of most industrial applications. Most
importantly, VPort 3310-T can operate reliably in a -40 to 75°C temperature range, making it the
first video server of its kind that can be used for extended temperature, industrial-grade
applications. VPort 3310-T is an optimal solution for outdoor environments.
RTSP Streaming for Easy Integration
RTSP (Real-time Streaming Protocol) is a client-server multimedia presentation control protocol,
which enables the interoperability of video devices and software. Hardware or software that
supports RTSP streaming can easily identify and decode the video stream without the hassle of
codec installation. For example, users can view video images from VPort 3310 directly with Quick
Time and Real Player, both of which support RTSP streaming.
Multicast (IGMP) Transmission for Network Efficiency
Transmitting digital video images via an IP network requires a dozen times the bandwidth
compared to general data. For this reason, the efficiency of network bandwidth management is one
of the most important issues that determines the performance of a video over IP surveillance
system. VPort 3310 supports multicast transmission with IGMP protocol, which can reduce the
bandwidth requirements when multiple clients access the same video stream, and greatly increases
the efficiency of network bandwidth management.
PPPoE for Easy xDSL Connections
xDSL is one of the most popular Internet media in the world today. VPort 3310 supports the
PPPoE protocol to make it easier to connect to an xDSL connection. In fact, VPort 3310 can build
an xDSL connection with an ISP directly without using an xDSL router.
SNMP for Network Management Systems
SNMP is the most popular network management protocol due to it interoperability and ease-of-use.
Most network devices support the SNMP protocol, as does most system software. VPort 3310
supports SNMP V1, V2c, and V3 to make it easier to integrate with the network management
system.
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Easy Web access via standard browsers
There is no need to install new software to access the Video Server, since the embedded Web
Server allows users to use any popular web browser to access the Video Server from anywhere
over the Internet. As long as you are connected to the network, you will be able to view the same
images seen by your cameras.
Built-in 3 area-selectable Video Motion Detection (VMD)
External sensors are not required, since the video channel can be configured to detect motion in 3
areas, making it easy to set up a security system in either your office or the field. And the
customizable settings allow you to tune the system for both object size and sensitivity, making the
Video Server adaptable to different environments.
Weekly schedule for automated surveillance
The user-defined time period will check security settings on a weekly basis, and send notifications
or drive external devices, making VPort 3310 suitable for more versatile applications.
Flexible I/O control for external devices
One opto-isolated sensor input and one relay output are provided to control external devices,
giving system integrators the option of turning an analog system into an advanced security system.
MOXA SoftDVR Lite IP Surveillance Software
To extend the Video Server’s capabilities, MOXA SoftDVR™ Lite IP Surveillance Software,
which supports a maximum of 4 cameras in quad, is included free of charge, allowing users to turn
their PC into a digital video recorder. Scheduling or one-click recording saves important images
on your local hard disk, and the reliable motion detection and instant warning features make you
ready for any situation. A quick and easy to use search and playback function lets you easily find
the image you’re looking for, so that you can inspect the images more carefully, and also save the
output to an AVI file.
SDK support for developers
The high-performance Video Server can be integrated into many applications—without busting
your budget—and the complete programming interface of MOXA ActiveX Control SDK and C
library API SDK make the developer’s job easy and straightforward. To ask about SDK
requirements, please contact a MOXA Sales representative for details and an application form.
Package Checklist
MOXA VPort 3310 is shipped with the following items. If any of these items is missing or
damaged, please contact your customer service representative for assistance.
y VPort 3310 or VPort 3310-T x 1
y 6-pin terminal block x 2 for power inputs, DIs, and relays
y 2-pin terminal block x 1 for RS-485 connection
y Quick Installation Guide
y Software CD with User’s Manual, Quick Installation Guide, MOXA DVN Solution Datasheet,
SoftDVR Lite IP Surveillance Software, IP Reporter, and MIB file
y Warranty booklet
NOTE: Notify your sales representative if any of the above items is missing or damaged.
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Product Features
VPort 3310 has the following features:
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Digitizes analog video signals INSTANTLY
1-ch video input and 1-ch video output
Audio supported for synchronal video/audio surveillance solution
Remote access with built-in web server for viewing and configuring
Optimal solution by adjustable frame rate, bandwidth, and quality
RTSP video streaming
Built-in 3 area selectable Video Motion Detection (VMD)
Video stream up to 30 frames/sec at a resolution of 352 x 240
Effective traffic control with Multicast (IGMP)
SNMP MIB-II for network management
Redundant 24 VDC power inputs and power failure alarm
PTZ (PAN/TILT/ZOOM) motorized camera control via RS-232/RS-485 COM port
Equipped with 2 DIs and 2 Relays for external sensors and alarms
PPPoE and DDNS supported for the convenience of xDSL connection
IP30 protection form factor
Optional -40 to 75°C operating temperature
Remotely upgrade the firmware to keep it up to date
MOXA SoftDVR™ IP Surveillance Software for viewing and recording bundled free
NOTE: ActiveX Control SDK supports a flexible interface and sample codes for third-party
developers (contact a Moxa sales representative for more information about this SDK).
Typical Application
http://192.168.0.99
http://192.168.4.100
TCP/IP
Audio
Analog
Camera
PC or Server
IP: 192.168.4.100
192.168.0.99
SoftDVR
Customized AP
DI/ DO
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Panel Layout of VPort 3310
Top Panel View
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2.
3.
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2
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Front Panel View
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Grounding screw
6-pin terminal block for DI 1, DI 2, power input 2 (PWR2)
6-pin terminal block for Relay 1, Relay 2, power input 1
(PWR1)
Hardware reset button
Heat dissipation orifices
LEDs for PWR1, PWR2, FAULT
LEDs for VIDEO, AUDIO, SERIAL
MIC-IN audio input port
LINE-IN audio input port
2-pin terminal block for RS-485 connection
DB9 port for RS-232 connection
RJ45 Ethernet Port with 10 Mbps, 100 Mbps LEDs
BNC port for video input
BNC port for loop-through video output
Model name
Screw hole for wall mounting kit
DIN-Rail mounting kit
Rear Panel View
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Product Description
BNC video input/output
The BNC video input is a 75 Ohm video port for connecting an external camera. To ensure that the
correct video modulation type is detected, cameras should be connected and powered on before the
VPort is powered on.
Phone jack audio input
There are 2 phone jack audio inputs on the front panel. One is for MIC-in connection, which can
be directly connected with a microphone; the other is for Line-in connection, which can be
connected with an audio source from an amplifier.
LED Indicators
The front panel of MOXA VPort 3310 contains several LED indicators. The function of each LED
is described in the table below.
LED
Color
PWR1
AMBER
PWR2
FAULT
VIDEO
AUDIO
SERIAL
AMBER
RED
GREEN
GREEN
State
Description
On
Power is being supplied to power input PWR1
Off
Power is not being supplied to power input PWR1
On
Power is being supplied to power input PWR2
Off
Power is not being supplied to power input PWR2
On
One of the 2 power inputs is disconnected or does not
work properly
Off
Both power inputs are connected and working properly
On
Video signal has been detected
Off
Video signal has not been detected
On
Audio signal has been detected
Off
Audio signal has not been detected
On
RS-232 or RS-485 signals are being transmitted
Off
RS-232 or RS-485 signals are not being transmitted or
have not been detected
GREEN
10/100 Mbps Ethernet port
Use a UTP CAT5 cable shorter than 100 meters to connect VPort 3310 to an Ethernet network.
There are 2 LED indicators at the corner of the RJ45 Ethernet port. The main purpose of the LED
indicators is to show if the link speed is 10 Mbps or 100 Mbps.
NOTE
After powering on the VPort 3310, wait a few seconds for the POST (Power On Self Test) to run.
When the POST is running, the AUDIO and SERIAL LED will blink in sequence a few times.
The IP address will be assigned when the 10 or 100 Mbps NETWORK LED blinks.
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RS-232/RS-485 COM port
VPort 3310 provides 1 COM port for PTZ control. However, two ports are available to connect an
external controller to VPort 3310’s PTZ COM port. One port is a male DB9 port for RS-232
signals, and the other port is a 2-pin terminal block for RS-485 signals.
NOTE
Since RS-485 port and RS-232 port share the same UART chip, your may use either the RS-485
port, or the RS-232 port, but not both.
Redundant 24 VDC power inputs
VPort 3310 has two power inputs to provide redundancy. The 24 VDC power input is used mostly
in industrial environments. You should check the LED indicators to see if the power inputs are
working properly.
General I/O terminal blocks
Two 6-pin terminal block connectors located on VPort 3310’s top panel are for connecting the 24
VDC power source and GPIO. VPort 3310 provides 2 digital inputs and 2 relay outputs for linking
to peripheral devices, such as sensors and alarms. These I/O connections can be employed when
using VPort 3310 to create an intelligent alarm system for system operation (power failure, video
loss, disconnected network) or triggered event (VMD).
Relay Output
Digital Input
NOTE
Normal Open Max. 1A, 24 VDC
Normal Close Initial status is Normal Open
┴
DII1, I2 DI+
“High”: +13V to +30V
“Low”: -30V to +3V
Please refer to VPort 3310’s Quick Installation Guide to see how to wire the digital inputs and
relay outputs.
Reset Button
A recessed RESET button is provided for restoring the system to the factory default settings.
When the system fails to install properly, or operates abnormally, push the RESET button located
on the top panel of VPort 3310 to restore the factory defaults. The following steps explain how to
use the RESET button:
Step 1: Prepare a thin stick, such as a toothpick or paperclip, to push the reset button.
Step 2: Depress the reset button until the AUDIO and SERIAL LEDs flash in sequence 5 times.
Step 3: Remove the thin stick from the RESET button. The server will run the POST process to
reboot.
Step 4: Either the 10M LED or 100M LED will illuminate when the system has finished rebooting.
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Chapter 2
Getting Started
This chapter includes information about how to install a VPort 3310 Video Server.
The following topics are covered:
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Before Getting Started
First-Time Installation and Configuration
¾ Network Environment with a DHCP Server
¾ Network Environment without a DHCP Server
‰ Mounting VPort 3310
¾ Mounting Dimensions
¾ DIN-Rail Mounting
¾ Wall Mounting (Optional)
‰ Wiring Requirements
¾ Grounding MOXA VPort 3310
¾ Wiring the Relay Contact
¾ Wiring the Redundant Power Inputs
¾ Wiring the Digital Inputs
¾ 10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet Port Connection
VPort 3310 User’s Manual
Getting Started
Before Getting Started
In what follows, “user” refers to those who can access the Video Server, and “administrator” refers
to the person who knows the root password that allows changes to the Video Server’s
configuration, in addition to providing general access. Administrators should read this part of the
manual carefully, especially during installation.
First-Time Installation and Configuration
Before installing VPort 3310, check to make sure that all items in the Package Checklist are in the
box. In addition, you will need access to a notebook computer or PC equipped with an Ethernet
port.
Step 1: Select the Power Source
VPort 3310 can be powered by a DC power input from 12 to 45 VDC. Two power inputs are
provided for redundancy. Users can check the LED status located in the front panel to see if the
power inputs are connected appropriately. If one of the power inputs fails, the FAULT LED will
illuminate in red.
Step 2: Connect VPort 3310 to a Network
VPort 3310 provides auto-sensing 10/100 Mbps network connectivity. Each RJ45 Ethernet port
has 2 LEDs. One LED is used to indicate if the 10 Mbps connection is active, and the other LED is
used to indicate if the 100 Mbps connection is active.
Step 3: Connect VPort 3310 to a camera and an audio source
VPort 3310 supports a VIDEO INPUT port and a loop-through VIDEO OUTPUT port. Users
should use the BNC connector and coaxial cable to connect the video camera with VPort to input
the analog video signals, and connect the monitor or DVR with VPort to output analog signals.
VPort 3310 provides 2 audio inputs for the audio source. A microphone can be plugged directly
into the MIC-IN port; an amplifier can be plugged into the LINE-IN port.
NOTE
VIDEO and AUDIO LEDs are located on the front panel to indicate the signal transmission
status for video and audio input. Users can check the LED status to see if the video and audio are
in proper working order.
Step 4: Connecting VPort 3310 with a motorized PTZ Camera/Device
If a PTZ camera or device is used, users need to connect the PTZ control cable to VPort 3310’s
COM port. VPort 3310 has 2 serial ports. One is an RS-232 DB9 port, and the other is an RS-485
2-pin terminal block port. However, the two ports cannot be used simultaneously. To enable PTZ
control, users should configure the PTZ control protocol in the web-based manager.
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Getting Started
The PTZ control protocol is not standardized. To use a particular PTZ control protocol, the video
server must support the driver for that protocol. Currently, VPort 3310 supports PTZ control
protocol drivers for:
1. Sony VISCA
2. Cannon VC-C1/ VC-C3/ VC-C4
3. Samsung SmartDome
4. Pelco D
5. DynaColor SmartDome
6. Liling PIH-7x00
7. Ernitec
VPort 3310 can be used to control PTZ cameras that support these PTZ protocols. If you need to
use a protocol that is not on the list, you will need to contact the manufacturer of the camera to
get the PTZ control commands, and then program VPort 3310’s Custom Camera function.
Step 5: Configure VPort 3310’s IP address
After powering on the VPort 3310, wait a few seconds for the POST (Power On Self Test) to run.
When the POST is running, the AUDIO and SERIAL LED will blink in sequence a few times. The
IP address will be assigned when the 10 or 100 Mbps NETWORK LED blinks. The IP address
assigned after the POST is completed will be based on the network environment.
Network Environment with a DHCP Server
When VPort 3310 is configured for DHCP, VPort 3310’s IP address will be assigned by a DHCP
Server. Use the DHCP Server’s IP address table, or use the MOXA IP Reporter utility to
determine the IP address that was assigned by the DHCP Server.
NOTE
After powering on the VPort 3310, wait a few seconds for the POST (Power On Self Test) to run.
When the POST is running, the AUDIO and SERIAL LED will blink in sequence a few times.
The IP address will be assigned when the 10 or 100 Mbps NETWORK LED blinks.
Using IP Reporter
1.
Run the IPReporter.exe program to search for the VPort. After the IP Reporter window
opens, you may also click on the Search button to initiate a search.
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NOTE
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When the search has concluded, the MAC address and IP address of the VPort will be listed in
the IP Reporter window.
The Assigned status will be listed as Yes if the VPort has been assigned an IP address. If the
DHCP installation function is supported, check to see if there are any problems with the network
environment.
3.
Click on the VPort whose MAC address matches the one you just installed, and then click on
Link to the selected device to access the VPort via your web browser. You will be able to
modify VPort’s IP address and other settings when the VPort’s homepage opens.
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Network Environment without a DHCP Server
If your VPort 3310 is connected to a network that does not have a DHCP server, then you will
need to configure the IP address manually. There are two ways to access the server:
1.
If one VPort 3310 is connected to the network, open your web browser and type the default IP
address in the browser’s address box. In this case, the default IP address is 192.168.0.99 and
the default subnet mask is 255.255.255.0. Note that you may need to change your computer’s
IP address and subnet mask so that the computer is on the same subnet as the VPort.
2.
If VPort 3310 detects that another host on the network has already been assigned IP address
192.168.0.99, then the VPort 3310 will use the next available IP (192.168.0.100, or
192.168.0.101, etc.) as its default IP address. In this case, you can use Moxa’s IP Reporter
utility to locate each VPort connected to the network. Since IP Reporter searches by MAC
address, the VPort and computer just need to be connected to the same Ethernet LAN for IP
Reporter to locate the VPort.
To change the IP address of VPort manually, access VPort’s web server, and then navigate to the
System Configuration Æ Network Æ General page to configure the IP address and other
network settings. Check the Use fixed IP address to ensure that the IP address you assign is not
deleted each time the VPort is restarted.
Step 6: Authentication for Accessing VPort 3310 Web-based Manager
1. Type the IP address in the web browser’s address input box and then press enter.
2. A window will open asking you to enter the user name and password for authentication. For
first time access, the administrator must type root for user name, and root for password. Click
on OK to continue.
After entering the VPort configuration main page, the administrator can configure different user
names and passwords so that different users can access the same VPort..
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Step 7: Installing the ActiveX Control Plug-in
A security warning message will appear the first time you access VPort’s web-based manager. The
message is related to installing the VPort AcitveX Control component to your PC or notebook.
Click on Yes to install this plug-in to enable the IE web browser for viewing video images.
NOTE
For Windows XP SP2 or above, the ActiveX Control component will be blocked for system
security reasons. In this case, VPort’s security warning message window may not appear. Users
should unlock the ActiveX control blocked function or disable the security configuration to
enable the installation of VPort’s ActiveX Control component.
Step 8: Accessing the Homepage of VPort 3310’s Web-based Manager
After installing the ActiveX Control component, the homepage of VPort 3310’s web-based
manager will appear. Check the following items to make sure the system was installed properly:
1.
2.
3.
Video Images
Audio Sound (make sure your PC’s or notebook’s sound is turned on)
Video Information
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Step 9: Accessing VPort’s System Configuration
Click on System Configuration to access the overview of the system configuration to change the
configuration. Model Name, Server Name, IP Address, MAC Address, Firmware Version, and
LED Status appear in the green bar near the top of the page. Use this information to check the
system information and installation.
Details of each configuration are described in this User’s Manual.
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Mounting VPort 3310
Mounting Dimensions
Unit = mm (inch)
1-channel Industrial MPEG4 Video Server
DIN-Rail Kit
Front View
46.00
3.5
6
66.80
6
13.90 18.20 13.90
10
25.71
57.05
10
5
44
18
13
39.37
13
48.30
27.20
46.77
7.75
30.50
7.75
23.15
Rear View
105 (4.13)
Side View
Panel Mounting Kit
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DIN-Rail Mounting
The aluminum DIN-Rail attachment plate should already be attached to the back panel of VPort
3310 when you take it out of the box. If you need to reattach the DIN-Rail attachment plate to
VPort 3310, make sure the stiff metal spring is situated towards the top, as shown in the figures
below.
STEP 1:
Insert the top of the DIN-Rail into the slot just
below the stiff metal spring.
metal
spring
DIN-Rail
STEP 2:
The DIN-Rail attachment unit will snap into
place as shown below.
metal
spring
DIN-Rail
To remove VPort 3310 from the DIN-Rail, simply reverse Steps 1 and 2 above.
Wall Mounting (Optional)
For some applications, you will find it convenient to mount VPort 3310 on the wall, as illustrated
below.
STEP 1:
Remove the aluminum DIN-Rail attachment plate from VPort 3310, and then attach the wall
mounting plates, as shown in the diagrams below.
Top
plate
⇒
Bottom
plate
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STEP 2:
Mounting VPort 3310 on the wall requires 4 screws. Use the VPort 3310,
with wall mounting plates attached, as a guide to mark the correct locations
of the 4 screws. The heads of the screws should be less than 6.0 mm in
diameter, and the shafts should be less than 3.5 mm in diameter, as shown in
the figure at the right.
Do not screw the screws in all the way—leave a space of about 2 mm to
allow room for sliding the wall mounting plates between the wall and the
screws.
NOTE
6.0 mm
3.5 mm
Test the screw head and shank size by inserting the screw into one of the keyhole shaped
apertures of the Wall Mounting Plates, before it is screwed into the wall.
STEP 3:
Once the screws are fixed in the wall, insert the four
screw heads through the large parts of the
keyhole-shaped apertures, and then slide VPort 3310
downwards, as indicated below. Tighten the four screws
for added stability.
Wiring Requirements
ATTENTION
Safety First!
Be sure to disconnect the power cord before installing and/or wiring your MOXA VPort 3310.
Calculate the maximum possible current in each power wire and common wire. Observe all
electrical codes dictating the maximum current allowable for each wire size.
If the current goes above the maximum ratings, the wiring could overheat, causing serious
damage to your equipment.
You should also pay attention to the following:
y Use separate paths to route wiring for power and devices. If power wiring and device wiring
paths must cross, make sure the wires are perpendicular at the intersection point.
NOTE: Do not run signal or communications wiring and power wiring in the same wire
conduit. To avoid interference, wires with different signal characteristics should be routed
separately.
y You can use the type of signal transmitted through a wire to determine which wires should be
kept separate. The rule of thumb is that wiring that shares similar electrical characteristics can
be bundled together.
y Keep input wiring and output wiring separated.
y It is strongly advised that you label wiring to all devices in the system when necessary.
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Grounding MOXA VPort 3310
Grounding and wire routing help limit the effects of noise due to electromagnetic interference
(EMI). Run the ground connection from the ground screw to the grounding surface prior to
connecting devices.
ATTENTION
This product is intended to be mounted to a well-grounded mounting surface such as a metal
panel.
Wiring the Relay Contact
VPor 3310 has two sets of relay output—relay 1 and relay 2. Each Relay Contact consists of the
two contacts of the terminal block on VPort 3310’s top panel. Refer to the next section for detailed
instructions on how to connect the wires to the terminal block connector, and how to attach the
terminal block connector to the terminal block receptor.
In this section, we will explain the meaning of the two contacts used to connect the Relay Contact.
Relay1
Relay1
FAULT:
The two sets of relay contacts of the 6-pin
terminal block connector are used to detect
user-configured events. The two wires
attached to the Fault contacts form an open
circuit when a user-configured event is
triggered. If a user-configured event does not
occur, the Fault circuit will be closed.
Relay2
Relay2
Wiring the Redundant Power Inputs
VPort 3310 has two sets of power input—power input 1 and power input 2.The top two contacts
and the bottom two contacts of the 6-pin terminal block connector on VPort’s top panel are used
for VPort’s two digital inputs. Top and front views of one of the terminal block connectors are
shown here.
V1- V1+
STEP 1: Insert the negative/positive DC wires
into the V-/V+ terminals.
STEP 2: To keep the DC wires from pulling
loose, use a small flat-blade screwdriver to
tighten the wire-clamp screws on the front of
the terminal block connector.
STEP 3: Insert the plastic terminal block
connector prongs into the terminal block
receptor, which is located on VPort 3310’s top
panel.
V2- V2+
PWR1
PWR2
V1- V1+
V2- V2+
PWR1
PWR2
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Wiring the Digital Inputs
VPort 3310 has two sets of digital input, DI 1 and DI 2. Each DI consists of two contacts of the
6-pin terminal block connector on VPort’s top panel, which are used for VPort’s two DC inputs.
Top and front views of one of the terminal block connectors are shown here.
I1
STEP 1: Insert the negative (ground)/positive
DI wires into the ┴/I1 terminals.
STEP 2: To keep the DI wires from pulling
loose, use a small flat-blade screwdriver to
tighten the wire-clamp screws on the front of
the terminal block connector.
STEP 3: Insert the plastic terminal block
connector prongs into the terminal block
receptor, which is located on VPort 3310’s top
panel.
I2
DI2
DI1
I1
I2
D I2
DI1
10/100BaseT(X) Ethernet Port Connection
The 10/100BaseT(X) port located on VPort 3310’s front panel is used to connect to
Ethernet-enabled devices.
Below we show pinouts for both MDI (NIC-type) and MDI-X (HUB/Switch-type) ports, and also
show cable wiring diagrams for straight-through and cross-over Ethernet cables.
The 10/100BaseT(X) port of VPort 3310 is an MDI port, which means you should use a cross-over
Ethernet cable to connect to the MDI NIC port, and a straight-through Ethernet cable to connect to
the MDI-X HUB/Switch port.
RJ45 (8-pin, MDI) Port Pinouts
RJ45 (8-pin, MDI-X) Port Pinouts
Pin
Signal
Pin
Signal
1
2
3
6
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
1
2
3
6
Rx+
RxTx+
Tx-
1
8
RJ45 (8-pin) to RJ45 (8-pin) Straight-Through Cable Wiring
Straight-Through Cable
Switch Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
VPort Ethernet
Port
RJ45
Connector
Cable Wiring
3
6
1
2
3
6
1
2
Rx+
RxTx+
Tx-
RJ45 (8-pin) to RJ45 (8-pin) Cross-Over Cable Wiring
Cross-Over Cable
VPort Ethernet
Port
NIC Port
RJ45 Plug Pin 1
RJ45
Connector
(Rx+)
(Rx-)
(Tx+)
(Tx-)
Tx+
TxRx+
Rx-
RJ45
Connector
Cable Wiring
3
6
1
2
1
2
3
6
2-12
Rx+
RxTx+
Tx-
(Tx+)
(Tx-)
(Rx+)
(Rx-)
1
8
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Chapter 3
Accessing VPort 3310’s Web-based
Manager
This chapter includes information about how to access VPort 3310 Video Server for the first time.
The following topics are covered:
‰
Functions Featured on VPort’s Homepage
¾ Logo and Host Name
¾ Camera Image View
¾ Video Information
¾ Client Settings
¾ System Configuration
¾ Video/Audio Control by Clients
¾ Video Image Snapshots
¾ DI Status/Relay Control
¾ Motorized (PTZ) Camera Control
¾ Custom PTZ Camera Commands
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Functions Featured on VPort’s Homepage
Video Image
Snapshot
DI Status/
Relay Control
PTZ Camera
Control
Video/ Audio
Control by Client
Custom PTZ
Camera
Commands
Logo and Host Name
The default logo is Moxa’s logo, and the host name is VPort 3310 Video Server. For customized
usage, the administrator can change the host name of the homepage. The change should be made
on the System Configuration/ System/ General page.
Camera Image View
The assigned image description and system date/time will be displayed in the caption above the
image window. You may disable the caption or change the location of the image information from
the System Configuration/Video/Image Setting. Note that if VPort’s motion detection function
is active, some windows in the video picture might be framed in red.
Video Information
Users can easily monitor the current video performance by looking at the Video Information
shown on the left side of the homepage. The following properties are shown: Video Size, Video
Quality, Max. FPS (frames per second), and (current) FPS Status.
Client Settings
Users can configure the following functions in Client Settings.
1.
2.
Media Options: Enable or disable the video or audio.
Protocol Options: Choose one of three protocols to optimize your usage—UDP, TCP, or
Multicast.
¾ UDP protocol can be used to produce audio and video streams that are more real-time.
However, some packets may be lost due to network burst traffic, and images may become
blurred.
¾ TCP protocol can be used to prevent packet loss, which results in a more accurate video
display. The downside of using TCP is that the real-time effect is worse than with UDP
protocol.
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¾ Multicast protocol can be used to send a single video stream to multiple clients. In this
case, a lot of bandwidth can be saved since only 1 video stream is transmitted over the
network. However, note that your video server must be set up to use muticast streams,
and the network gateway (e.g., a switch) must support a multicast protocol (e.g., IGMP
snooping), or the multicast video transmission will not be successful.
Once the Video Server is connected successfully, Protocol Options will indicate the selected
protocol. The selected protocol will be recorded on the user’s PC, and will be used for the
next connection.
System Configuration
A button or text link on the left side of the system configuration window only appears on the
administrator’s main page. For detailed system configuration instructions, refer to Chapter 4,
System Configuration.
Video/Audio Control by Clients
Client users can use the 5 buttons located below the video image to control the audio and video
properties.
Adjust Volume
¾ Zoom Edit: Click the Zoom button to open the zoom tool in a pop-up window.
¾ Pause: Click the Pause button to pause the video. Click the Pause button again to replay the
video.
¾ Stop: Click the Stop button to close the video screen.
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¾ Adjust Volume: Click the Adjust Volume button to open the pop-up audio volume-tuning
window. Simply move the bar to change the volume.
¾ Mute: Click the Mute button to disable the audio. Click the Mute button again to restore the
audio.
Video Image Snapshots
Users can take snapshot images for storing, printing, or editing by clicking the Snapshot button.
To save the image, click the right mouse button and select the Save option.
DI Status/Relay Control
VPort 3310 Video Server has 2 DIs and 2 relay outputs for external devices, such as sensors and
alarms. The Administrator and other users can check the digital input status. Administrators and
permitted users can click on Open to short the Common and Normal Open digital output pins, or
click on Close to short the Common and Normal Close digital output pins.
Motorized (PTZ) Camera Control
If a serial device, such as a motorized camera, is attached to the COM port, the control panel will
appear on the main page for user’s who have permission to operate the camera. Buttons that are
active will change color when the cursor is passed over the button. Users can control the pan, tilt,
zoom, and focus functions of motorized cameras. The home button is used to return the camera to
the center position if the camera supports this command. In addition to near and far control for
focus, an AUTO button is provided for setting auto focus mode. To move the motorized camera
more precisely, the speed control for pan and tilt allows users to fine tune the aiming of the camera.
Users can also click directly on any point in the image to force the motorized camera to focus on
that point, or select a preset location from the drop-down menu. Administrators are able to add or
modify the list of preset locations. Details are described in the relevant section in Chapter 4,
System Configuration.
NOTE
For some PTZ cameras, users can click on any position on the image to point the camera to that
position. We currently support this functionality on Sony EVID30, Cannon VCC4, and Pelco-D
PTZ cameras.
Custom PTZ Camera Commands
In addition to the default pan, tilt, zoom, and focus controls, an additional five buttons are
available for custom commands to control the attached motorized (PTZ) cameras. Custom
commands are set up by administrators, and are used for functions such as activating or
deactivating the dome wiper. Refer to the attached motorized device’s User’s Manual to see which
functions can be controlled with these additional buttons.
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Chapter 4
System Configuration
After installing the hardware, the next step is to configure VPort 3310’s settings. You may use one
of two configuration methods: Web-based manager or FTP.
This chapter includes the following sections:
‰
System Configuration via Web-based Manager
¾ VPort Video Server Information
¾ System
¾ Network
¾ Video
¾ Audio
¾ Alarm
‰ System Configuration via FTP
¾ Parameters Available in Config.ini
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System Configuration
System Configuration via Web-based Manager
System configuration can be done remotely with Internet Explorer via the Web Server.
Alternatively, administrators may type the system configuration URL, http://<IP address of
Video Server>/setup/config.html, to enter the configuration page directly. Administrators who
wish to set up certain options by using the URL should refer to the relevant section in Chapter 6,
URL Commands, for advanced functions.
Five categories of configuration are involved in configuring the system: System, Network, Video,
Audio, and Alarm. A description of each configuration item is shown in the table below:
Category
Item
General
System
Accounts
Diagnosis
System Log
System Parameter
Network
Firmware Upgrade
Factory Default
General
SMTP Server
FTP Server
Dynamic DNS
Universal PnP
Multicast
IP Filtering
Video
Audio
Alarm
PPPoE
SNMP
Image Setting
Camera Modulation
Video Performance
Camera Control
Quality
System Alarm
Event
Alarm
Description and Contents
Set Host Name and Date/Time
Administrator, User, and Demo Account Privileges
Management
Self-diagnostic report with system, communication,
power, and LED status
System Log and operation information
System parameters information and Import/Export
functions
Remote Firmware Upgrade
Reset to Factory Default
The IP network settings of this VPort
Set up Primary and Secondary SMTP Server and e-mail
accounts
Set up the Primary and Secondary FTP Server
Set up the Dynamic DNS service
Enable UPnP function
Set up Multicast (IGMP) Streaming
Set up a list to control the access permission of clients
by checking their IP address
Set up the PPPoE function
SNMP Settings
Configure the attributes of the video image
Select the camera’s modulation (NTSC, PAL or AUTO)
Set up the Size (Resolution), FPS, and Video Quality
Set up the Camera’s PTZ Control
Set up the bit rate for audio quality and audio source
Configure Power Failure, Video Loss, and Network
Connection Broken alarms
General settings of event alarm
Set up the Alarm schedule
Configure the Video Motion Detection Alarm
Basic
Schedule
Video
Motion
Detection
Digital Input Configure the Digital Input Alarm
Sequential Set up the Sequential Snapshot operation
Snapshot
You can also find this table on the System Configuration Æ Overview webpage.
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VPort Video Server Information
Information is displayed at the top of each system configuration webpage. In addition to the
MOXA logo and product line name, you can also see the model name, sever name, IP address,
MAC address, firmware version, and the LED status of this VPort 3310. This information can help
the administrator get a clearer picture of how the VPort operates.
System
General Settings
On the General Settings page, administrators can set up the video Server name and the Date and
Time, which appear in the image’s caption.
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Server name
Setting
Max. 40 characters
Date and Time
Setting
Keep current date and
time
Sync with computer
time
Manual
Automatic
NOTE
System Configuration
Description
Use a different server name for each
server to help identify the different
servers. The name appears on the web
homepage.
Default
VPort 3310 Video Server
Description
Default
Use the current date and time as the
VPort’s time setting.
Synchronize VPort’s data and time
setting with the local computer time.
VPort 3310 Video Server
Manually change VPort’s date and time
setting.
Use the NTP server for changing VPort’s
date and time setting in a given period.
Select the Automatic option to force the VPort to synchronize automatically with timeservers
over the Internet every month. However, synchronization may fail if the assigned NTP server
cannot be reached, or the VPort is connected to a local network. Leaving the NTP server blank
will force the VPort to connect to default timeservers. Enter either the Domain name or IP
address format of the timeserver if the DNS server is available.
Don’t forget to set the Time zone for local settings. Refer to Appendix G for your region’s time
zone.
Account Privileges
Different account privileges are available for different purposes.
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Root password
Setting
Root Password
(max. 14 characters)
Confirm Password
(max. 14 characters)
NOTE
System Configuration
Description
Default
Administrator can type the new password
in this box.
Default root password is
If a new password is typed in the Root
“root”
Password box, you will need to retype
the password in the Confirm Password
box before updating the new password.
The default account name for administrator is root; the administrator account name cannot be
changed.
SNMP User’s Password
SNMP user accounts are used to authenticate users by SNMP (except for administrator). The
default username is User; this username cannot be changed.
Setting
User’s Password
(max. 14 characters)
Confirm Password
(max. 14 characters)
Description
Administrator can type new password in
this box.
If a new password is typed in the User’s None
Password box, you must retype the
password in the Confirm Password box
before updating the new password.
Default
Demo Account
Administrators can check the function box of Enable Demo Account to enable the demo account
for users not in the user account. The account is demo and the password is demo. The following
demo account privileges can be configured.
Setting
Control Camera
Control Relay1
Control Relay2
Description
Check this function box to enable PTZ
camera control.
Check this function to enable relay1
None
control.
Check this function box to enable relay2
control.
Default
User’s Privileges
VPort products provide 20 user accounts for accessing VPort. Administrators can set up each
user’s privileges in this section. Each user can be given independent access right to the external
I/O and camera control.
Setting
User Name
Password
Privilege
Description
Type a specific user name for each user’s
authentication.
Type a specific password for each user’s
authentication.
None
Check the function boxes to determine
each user’s privileges in Control
Camera, Control Relay1, and Control
Relay2.
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NOTE
System Configuration
The FPS of the video stream will be reduced as more and more users access VPort. For this
reason, only 10 user’s accounts can access VPort 3310 at the same time. Enforcing this kind of
restriction helps guarantee the performance of the video stream.
System Diagnosis
VPort products have a self-diagnosis function to let the administrator get a quick view of the
system and connection status. Administrators can save this diagnosis information in a file
(diagnosis.log) by clicking Export to a File button, or send the file via email by clicking Send a
Report via Email button.
System Log History
The system log contains useful information, including current system configuration and activity
history with timestamp for tracking. Administrators can save this information in a file (system.log)
by clicking Export to a File button, or send the file via email by clicking Send a Report via
Email button.
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System Parameters
The System Parameters page allows you to view all system parameters, which are listed by
category. The content is the same as VPort’s CONFIG.INI file. Administrators can also can save
this information in a file (config.ini) by clicking the Export to a File button, or import a file by
clicking the Import a System Parameter File button to update all the system configurations
quickly.
NOTE
The system parameter import/export functions provide the administrator with a quick method of
updating system configurations, especially for a system that includes several VPort video servers.
The Administrator can export this CONFIG.ini file, change settings using a text edit tool, and
then import the CONFIG.ini file to the VPort video servers. System configurations will be
changed immediately after the VPort is rebooted.
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Firmware Upgrade
Take the following steps to upgrade the firmware:
Step 1: Select the firmware from the Locate the firmware to upgrade drop-down list.
NOTE
For VPort 3310, the firmware file extension should be pkg.
Step 2: The selected firmware version is showed on the Package Information.
Step 3: Make sure the firmware version you choose is correct or newer than the version shown at
the top of the page.
Step 4: If the firmware file is correct, click on the Upgrade. If the firmware version is out of date,
or equal to the current firmware version, a warning message will pop-up to ask if you
want to process the upgrade.
Step 5: At this point, an Update Progress pop-up window will show you the progress of the
firmware upgrade. When the process is finished, a Done button will appear in the right
corner of the window. Click on the Done button to complete the entire upgrade process.
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Reset to Factory Default
Reset to the factory default by clicking on the OK button (as shown in the following figure).
NOTE
All parameters will be reset to the factory defaults when you use the Factory Default function.
For this reason, remember to export the CONFIG.ini file before using the Factory Defaul function
if you want to keep the customized configuration file.
Network
General Network Settings
The General Network Settings page includes some basic but important network configurations
that enable the VPort to be connected to a TCP/IP network.
Access Method
VPort products support the DHCP protocol, which means that VPort can get its IP address from a
DHCP server automatically when it is connected into the TCP/IP network. The Administrator
should determine if it is more appropriate to use DHCP, or assign a fixed IP.
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Setting
Get IP address
automatically
Use fixed IP address
NOTE
System Configuration
Description
VPort gets the IP address automatically
from the DHCP server.
Use the IP address assigned by the
administrator.
Default
Get IP address automatically
We strongly recommend that the administrator assign a fixed IP address to the VPort, since all of
the functions and applications provided by VPort are active when VPort is connected to the
network. Use DHCP to determine if the VPort’s IP address may change when then network
environment changes, or the IP address is occupied by other clients.
General Settings
Setting
IP address
Subnet mask
Gateway
Primary DNS
Secondary DNS
Description
Variable IP assigned automatically by the
DHCP server, or fixed IP assigned by the
Administrator.
Variable subnet mask assigned
automatically by the DHCP server, or a
fixed subnet mask assigned by the
Administrator.
Assigned automatically by the DHCP
server, or assigned by the Administrator.
Enter the IP address of the DNS Server
used by your network. After entering the
DNS Server’s IP address, you can input
VPort’s url (e.g.,www.VPort.
company.com) in your browser’s address
field, instead of entering the IP address.
Enter the IP address of the DNS Server
used by your network. VPort will try to
locate the secondary DNS Server if the
primary DNS Server fails to connect.
Default
192.168.0.99
255.255.255.0
blank
Automatically get from DHCP
server, or blank in non-DHCP
environment
Automatically get from DHCP
server, or blank in non-DHCP
environment
HTTP
Setting
Description
HTTP Port
HTTP port enables connecting VPort to
(80, or 1024 to 65535) the web.
Default
80
FTP
Setting
Built-in FTP server
port (21, or 1024 to
65535)
Description
Default
Local FTP server port enables connecting
21
VPort to FTP.
Streaming
VPort 3310 supports standard RTSP (Real Time Streaming Protocol) streaming, which means that
all devices and software that support RTSP can directly acquire and view the video images sent
from VPort 3310 without any proprietary codec or SDK installations, for the convenience of
network system integration. The default access name is live.sdp, which means that you can access
the media through the following URL: rtsp://<IP address>/live.sdp in the software that supports
RTSP.
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Setting
Access Name
(max. 20 characters)
RTSP Port
System Configuration
Description
A URL to identify VPort’s RTSP
live.sdp
video/audio stream.
An RTSP port is similar to an HTTP port,
which can enable the connection of
554
video/audio stream via RTSP.
Default
We use Apple QuickTime media player to illustrate RTSP streaming applications:
Step 1: Open Apple QuickTime Player and select File Æ Open URL in New Player.
Step 2: When the following pop-up window appears, type the URL in the input box. E.g., type
rtsp://<VPort 3310’s IP address>/live.sdp, and then click on OK to connect to VPort
3310.
Step 3: Wait a few seconds for QuickTime Player to establish the connection.
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Step 4: After the connection has been established, VPort 3310’s video will appear in the
QuickTime Player display window.
NOTE
The video performance of VPort 3310 in other media players may not always be the same. For
example, you will notice a greater delay when viewing VPort 3310’s video from QuickTime
player compared to viewing it directly from VPort 3310’s built-in web server. In addition,
viewing VPort 3310’s video from Quicktime player through a router or Internet gateway could
result in a broken connection.
NOTE
For the time being, VPort 3310’s RTSP video/audio stream can be identified and viewed by
Apple QuickTime Ver. 6.5 and above, and RealPlayer Ver.10.5 and above. System integrators
can use these 2 media players to view VPort 3310’s video directly, without needing to use
VPort’s SDK to create customized software.
SMTP Server and Email Account Settings
VPort Video Servers not only play the role of server, but can also connect to outside servers to
send alarm messages or snapshots. If the administrator has set up some applications in either
system information or alarm, the VPort will send out messages or snapshots once these conditions
occur.
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1st SMTP Server and Sender Email
Setting
Description
1st SMTP (mail)
SMTP Server’s IP address or URL
None
server
address.
1st SMTP account
For security reasons, most SMTP servers None
name
require the account name and password
to be authenticated.
1st SMTP password
None
1st Sender’s email
For security reasons, SMTP servers must
None
address
see the exact sender email address.
NOTE
Default
Note that if the Sender’s email address is not set, a warning message will pop up and the e-mail
system will not be allowed to operate.
NOTE: The 2nd SMTP Server and Sender Email are backups that are used if the 1st SMTP Server
and Sender Email fail when connecting or sending email.
Two recipient email accounts are available for receiving emails sent by VPort. For redundancy,
both addresses receive the sending messages and alarm snapshots simultaneously.
Setting
Description
1st Recipient’s Email
Email address of the 1st recipient.
Address
2nd Recipient’s Email
Email address of the 2nd recipient.
Address
Default
None
None
FTP Server Settings
FTP is the other method available for VPort Video Servers to send alarm messages and snapshots.
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Setting
st
1 FTP server
1st FTP server port
1st FTP user name
1st FTP remote folder
1st FTP passive mode
System Configuration
Description
FTP server’s IP address or URL address. None
None
FTP server’s authentication.
None
FTP file storage folder on the remote FTP
None
server.
Passive transfer solution for FTP
Disabled
transmission through a firewall.
Default
NOTE: The 2nd FTP Server is a backup in case the 1st FTP Server fails to connect or has trouble
sending files.
NOTE
Whenever the system reboots, a system log will be sent by email or FTP to show the login status
of the VPort. The system log will be sent to the Sender email address if the SMTP server settings
are correct. To send the system log via FTP, the SMTP server should be erased since the E-mail
system is used by default to transmit the system log.
NOTE
In either e-mail or FTP, the 1st server information should be entered first. If the 1st server is not
set, the related FTP or email will be cancelled. Note that it may take time to connect to the 2nd
server after the first server fails, and it may affect some applications when adverse conditions
occur too often.
Dynamic DNS
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name System) is a combination of DHCP, DNS, and client
registration. DDNS allows administrators to alias VPort’s dynamic IP address to a static hostname
in any of the domains provided by the DDNS service providers listed on VPort’s Network/DDNS
configuration page. DDNS makes it easier to access VPort from various locations on the Internet.
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Setting
Enable DDNS
Provider
Host Name
Username/ E-mail
Password/ Key
System Configuration
Description
Enable or disable DDNS function.
Select the DDNS service providers,
including DynDNS.org (Dynamic),
DynDNS.org (Custom), TZO.com, and
dhs.org.
The Host Name you use to link to VPort.
The Username/E-mail and Password/Key
are used to enable the service from the
DDNS service provider (based on the
rules of DDNS websites).
Default
Disable
None
None
None
None
NOTE
Dynamic DNS is a very useful tool for accessing VPort via the Internet, especially for xDSL
connections with a non-fixed IP address (DHCP). Administrator and users can avoid the trouble
of connecting with VPort when the IP address of VPort is not fixed by using the unique host
name in the URL to establish a connection with VPort.
NOTE
Different DDNS service providers have different application rules. Some applications are free of
charge, but most require an application fee.
Universal PnP
UPnP (Universal Plug & Play) is a networking architecture that provides compatibility among
networking equipment, software, and peripherals of the 400+ vendors that are part of the Universal
Plug and Play Forum. This means that they are listed in the network devices table for the operating
system (such as Windows XP) supported by this function. Users can link to VPort directly by
clicking on the VPort listed in the network devices table.
Setting
Enable UPnP
Description
Enable or disable UPnP function.
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Multicast
VPort 3310 supports the advanced Multicast network protocol-IGMP, which can greatly improve
the efficiency of network traffic. In this section, we explain multicasts, multicast filtering, and how
multicast can be implemented on your VPort.
What is Multicast?
A multicast is a packet that is intended for “one-to-many” and “many-to-many” communication.
Users explicitly request to participate in the communication by joining an end-station to a specific
multicast group. If the network is set up correctly, a multicast can only be sent to an end-station or
a subset of end-stations in a LAN, or VLAN, that belong to the relevant multicast group. Multicast
group members can be distributed across multiple subnetworks; Therefore, multicast transmissions
can occur within a campus LAN or over a WAN. In addition, networks that support IP multicast
send only one copy of the desired information across the network. The packets are only replicated
if they reach a network node that links to two or more members of the multicast network.
Transmitting packets in this way makes more efficient use of network bandwidth. A multicast
packet is identified by the presence of a multicast group address in the destination address field of
the packet’s IP header.
Benefits of Multicast
The benefits of using IP multicast are that it:
y
y
y
y
y
Enables the simultaneous delivery of information to many receivers in the most efficient,
logical way.
Reduces the load on the source (for example, a server) because it does not need to produce
multiple copies of the same data.
Makes efficient use of network bandwidth and scales well as the number of participants or
collaborators expands.
Works with other IP protocols and services, such as Quality of Service (QoS).
There are situations where a multicast approach is more logical and efficient than a unicast
approach. A typical use of multicasts is in video-conferencing, in which high volumes of
traffic need to be sent to several end-stations simultaneously, but for which broadcasting that
traffic to all end-stations would seriously reduce network performance. Besides, several
industrial automation protocols, such as Allen-Bradley, EtherNet/IP, Siemens Profibus, and
Foundation Fieldbus HSE (High Speed Ethernet), use the multicast approach. These industrial
Ethernet protocols use publisher/subscriber communications models by multicasting packets
that could flood a network with heavy traffic. IGMP provides the ability to prune multicast
traffic so that it travels only to those end destinations that require the traffic, thus reducing the
amount of traffic on the Ethernet LAN.
The network WITHOUT Multicast
Group 2
Video Stream Group 1
Group 1
Group 2
Video Stream Group 2
Group 1
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The network WITH Multicast
IGMP Group 2
Group 1 Multicast Stream
IGMP Group 1
Group 2 Multicast Stream
IGMP Group 2
IGMP Group 1
NOTE
VPort 3310 is the source that delivers the multicast video stream. To benefit from the Multicast
protocol, the gateway or network switch should support the multicast filtering function (such as
IGMP Snooping) so that the multicast stream is delivered correctly and precisely. To learn more
about IGMP Snooping, refer to the MOXA EtherDevice™ series Industrial Ethernet Switch
user’s manual.
Configuring Multicast Settings
Setting
1st multicast group
address
1st multicast video port
1st multicast audio port
Description
Multicast Group address for sending
video stream.
Video port number.
Audio port number.
Multicast-TTL (Time-to-live) threshold.
In the network, there is a certain TTL
threshold defined for each network
1st multicast TTL
interface or tunnel. A multicast packet’s
TTL must be larger than the defined TTL
for that packet to be forwarded across
that link.
Enable or disable the IGMP Multicast
Enable IGMP protocol
steam of VPort.
NOTE
Default
239.128.1.99
5556
5558
15
Disable
Whenever you enable the IGMP Multicast stream of VPort, please note the video/audio port
number.
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Accessible IP List
VPort 3310 uses an IP address-based filtering method to control access to the VPort.
Accessible IP Settings allows you to add or remove “Legal” remote host IP addresses to prevent
unauthorized access. Access to VPort is controlled by IP address. That is, if a host’s IP address is
in the accessible IP table, then the host will be allowed access to the VPort. Administrators can
allow one of the following cases by setting this parameter:
y
y
y
Only one host with a specific IP address can access the VPort.
Enter “IP address/255.255.255.255” (e.g., 192.168.1.1/255.255.255.255)
Hosts on a specific subnet can access the VPort.
Enter “IP address/255.255.255.0” (e.g., “192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0”)
Any host can access the VPort.
Disable this function.
Refer to the following table for more configuration examples.
Allowable Hosts
Any host
192.168.1.120
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.254
192.168.0.1 to 192.168.255.254
192.168.1.1 to 192.168.1.126
192.168.1.129 to 192.168.1.254
Input Formats
Disable
192.168.1.120/255.255.255.255
192.168.1.0/255.255.255.0
192.168.0.0/255.255.0.0
192.168.1.0/255.255.255.128
192.168.1.128/255.255.255.128
PPPoE
Some environments do not have a LAN, and therefore alternative solutions, such as an xDSL
connection, are used for setting up the remote network system. VPort 3310 supports the PPPoE
(PPP over Ethernet) function, which means that VPort 3310 can dial up to the ISP server by itself
to request an IP address.
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Video Server WITHOUT PPPoE
Internet
Router
xDSL Modem
ISP Server
In this case, a router with PPPoE is required for dial up to ISP and the IP address must be fixed to
retain the video server’s network connection.
Video Server WITH PPPoE
Internet
xDSL Modem
ISP Server
The PPPoE function allows VPort 3310 to dial up to an ISP automatically. In this case, VPort does
not need to use a fixed IP address, since an email will be sent to notify the administrator that the
current IP address was changed by the ISP server. The PPPoE function is more cost-effective
compared to applying for a fixed IP address.
How to establish VPort 3310’s PPPoE connection
Step 1: Configure VPort 3310’s PPPoE configuration page via a private LAN connection.
Setting
Enable PPPoE
User name
User password
Confirm password
Description
Enable or disable PPPoE function.
Authentication is given to the ISP to
establish the xDSL connection.
Default
Disable
None
None
None
Step 2: Configure the SMTP server for setting up Recipient’s Email Address to send the
assigned IP address if this xDSL connection is a dynamic IP address.
Step 3: Power off the VPort 3310 and change the LAN connection to an xDSL connection.
Step 4: Power on the VPort 3310, and wait a few seconds for VPort 3310 to establish the xDSL
connection.
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Step 5: Check the email of the given recipient’s email address to get the IP address assigned by
the ISP for this xDSL connection.
NOTE
The DDNS function provides a good means of accessing VPort 3310 when using a dynamic IP.
DDNS assigns a fixed URL to the VPort 3310, so that the Administrator does not need to go
through the trouble of checking if the IP address assigned by ISP has changed. For more
information, please refer to the DDNS function description in a previous section.
SNMP
VPort supports three SNMP protocols. The available protocols are SNMP V1, SNMP V2c, and
SNMP V3. SNMP V1 and SNMP V2c use a community string match for authentication, which
means that SNMP servers access all objects with read-only or read/write permissions using the
community string public/private (default value). SNMP V3, which requires you to select an
authentication level of MD5 or SHA, is the most secure protocol. You can also enable data
encryption to enhance data security. SNMP security modes and security levels supported by VPort
are shown in the following table. Select one of these options to communicate between the SNMP
agent and manager.
Protocol
Version
Security
Mode
V1, V2c Read
Community
SNMP V1, V2c V1, V2c
Write/Read
Community
No-Auth
Authentication
Data
Type
Encryption
Community
No
string
Use a community string
match for authentication
Community
string
Use a community string
match for authentication
No
No
Method
Use account with admin or
user to access objects
Provides authentication
based on HMAC-MD5, or
HMAC-SHA algorithms.
No
8-character passwords are
the minimum requirement
for authentication.
Provides authentication
based on HMAC-MD5 or
HMAC-SHA algorithms,
and data encryption key.
Data encryption
8-character passwords and a
key
data encryption key are the
minimum requirements for
authentication and
encryption.
No
MD5 or SHA MD5 or SHA
SNMP V3
MD5 or SHA MD5 or SHA
Configure SNMP
The following figures indicate which SNMP parameters can be configured. A more detailed
explanation of each parameter is given below the figure.
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SNMP Read/Wirte Settings
SNMP Versions
Setting
V1, V2c, V3
V1, V2c
V3 only
Description
Select SNMP Versions V1, V2c, V3
protocol to manage the switch.
Select SNMP Versions V1, V2c protocol
V1, V2c
to manage the switch.
Select SNMP Versions V3 protocol only
to manage the switch.
Default
V1, V2c Read Community
Setting
Description
Default
Use a community string match for
authentication. The SNMP agent uses the Public
V1, V2c Read
Community
community string public to access all
(max. 30 characters)
objects with read-only permission.
V1, V2c Read/Write Community
Setting
Description
Default
Use a community string match for
V1, V2c Read/Write authentication. The SNMP agent uses the Public
Community
community string public to access all
(max. 30 characters)
objects with read-only permission.
For SNMP V3, there are two levels of privilege for different accounts to access the VPort. Admin
privilege allows access and authorization to read and write the MIB file. User privilege only
allows reading MIB file, but does not authorize writing to the file.
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Root Auth. Type (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Use admin. account to access objects. No
No-Auth
No
authentication.
Provides authentication based on the
HMAC-MD5 algorithms. 8-character
No
MD5-Auth
passwords are the minimum requirement
for authentication.
Provides authentication based on the
MAC-SHA algorithms. 8-character
No
SHA-Auth
passwords are the minimum requirement
for authentication.
Root Data Encryption Key (for SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
8-character data encryption key is the
minimum requirement for data
No
Enable
encryption. The maximum is a
30-character encryption key.
Disable
No data encryption.
No
User Auth. Type (For SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
Use the admin account or user to access
No-Auth
No
objects. No authentication.
Provides authentication based on the
HMAC-MD5 algorithms. 8-character
No
MD5-Auth
passwords are the minimum requirement
for authentication.
Provides authentication based on the
HMAC-SHA algorithms. 8-character
SHA-Auth
No
passwords are the minimum requirement
for authentication.
User Data Encryption Key (For SNMP V1, V2c, V3, and V3 only)
Setting
Description
8-character data encryption key is the
minimum requirement for data
No
Enable
encryption. The maximum is a
30-character encryption key
Disable
No data encryption
No
Trap Settings
Setting
Trap Server
IP/Name
Trap Community
Description
Enter the IP address or name of the Trap
No
Server used by your network.
Use a community string match for
No
authentication; The maximum is 30
characters.
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Private MIB information
The private SNMP Object ID of the VPort is the enterprise value: 8691.8.1.1. This number cannot
be changed.
Video
Image Settings
Image Information
Setting
Description
The customized description shown on the
Description
caption or image to identify this video
None
(max. of 14 characters)
camera.
Image Appearance
Setting
Image Information
Image Color
Reverse Image
Default
Description
Default
To determine what style of image
information is being shown. Includes Not
Shown on the caption
Shown, Shown on the Caption, and
Shown on the Image.
Determines if the camera image is
Color
COLOR or B/W (black and white).
The Administrator can change the
direction of the image to be shown using None
Flip or Mirror.
Image Tuning
An Image Tuning button is available for the administrator to fine tune image attributes. After
clicking this button, a configuration window will pop up. You may configure Brightness,
Contrast, Saturation, and Hue.
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Camera Modulation
VPort supports both NTSC and PAL camera modulations. The Administrator can use automatic
sensing by selecting Auto, or manually select NTSC or PAL.
NOTE
Changing the modulation requires resetting the server to detect the camera. Please ensure that
your configurations are saved before resetting the server.
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Video Performance
Resolution
Setting
Select the image size
Description
Default
4 image resolutions (size) are provided. 352 × 240 in NTSC or
The administrator can choose each option
352 × 288 in PAL
with NTSC or PAL modulation.
NTSC
176 × 120
PAL
176 × 144
352 × 240
352 × 288
640 × 480
640 × 480
704 × 480
704 × 576
Frame Rate (Frame per second)
Setting
Description
Default
Each resolution has a maximum frame
30 for NTSC
Maximum frame rate
rate limit due to the system performance. 25 for PAL
The Administrator can set up the key
Key frame interval
frame interval to determine the video
120
quality.
NOTE
NTSC
176 × 120
Max. Frame Rate
30
PAL
176 × 144
Max. Frame Rate
25
352 × 240
30
352 × 288
25
640 × 480
10
640 × 480
8
704 × 480
10
704 × 576
8
Frame rate (frames per second) is determined by the resolution, image data size (bit rate) and
transmission traffic status. The Administrator and users can check the frame rate status in the
FPS Status on VPort’s web homepage.
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A large “Key frame interval” can reduce the bit rate, but will cause the image to be corrupted
longer if there is packet loss during transmission.
Video Quality Control
Video Quality Control is used to optimize the bandwidth of the MPEG4 video stream. There are 2
modes for video quality control.
Setting
Fixed bit rate
Fixed Quality
NOTE
Description
Default
The administrator can fix the bandwidth
to tune the video quality and FPS (frames
per second) to the optimum combination.
You may choose from the following
bandwidths: 55 Kbps, 70 Kbps, 90
Kbps, 105 Kbps, 115 Kbps, 180 Kbps,
240 Kbps, and 270 Kbps, or choose
Unlimited to let the VPort determine the
quality and frame rate by itself. The
combination of image quality and FPS is Fixed Quality in good
determined by the bandwidth. For
standard
example, the FPS is slow and the quality
is bad at 55 Kbps, and the quality is best
at 270 Kbps.
The administrator can set the image
quality to one of 5 standards: Medium,
Standard, Good, Detailed, and
Excellent. VPort will tune the bandwidth
and FPS automatically to the optimum
combination.
The image quality, FPS, and bandwidth are influenced significantly by network throughput,
system network bandwidth management, applications VPort runs (such as VMD), how
complicated the image is, and the performance of your PC or notebook when displaying images.
The administrator should take into consideration all of these variations when designing the video
over IP system, and when specifying the requirements for the video system.
Camera Control
VPort supports PTZ (PAN/TILT/ZOOM) motorized camera control via an RS-232 or RS-485
COM port. Before setting up camera control, the administrator should first connect the PTZ
camera to the VPort.
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Setting
Camera ID
Interface mode
Setting
Select the serial
interface
NOTE
System Configuration
Description
Each PTZ camera has the ID to identify
which PTZ camera is in the multi-drop
0
connection. To connect to the PTZ
camera, VPort should first identify its ID.
Default
Description
The COM port supports 2 serial
interfaces, although only one interface
can be used at a time. Depending on the
interface used by the attached device,
administrators must set the Interface
mode to either RS-232 or RS-485.
Default
RS-485
The RS-232 interface is used via the DB9 COM port, and RS-485 interface is used via the GPIO.
These 2 interfaces cannot be used at the same time.
Port Settings
Setting
Baud rate (bps)
Data bits
Stop bits
Parity bits
Description
The baud rate specified by the PTZ
camera’s serial communication specs.
The parameters used to define the serial
communication.
Default
2400
8
1
None
PTZ Camera Drivers
VPort products have some built-in PTZ camera drivers for the convenience of customers to control
these popular PTZ cameras directly. Administrators can select the correct PTZ driver in Select the
camera driver menu. If the attached PTZ camera is not supported by the VPort, administrators
can use the Custom Camera function to enter the proprietary commands for pan, tilt, zoom, and
focus control.
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Setting
Select the camera
driver
System Configuration
Description
Use the built-in PTZ drivers, including
1. Custom Camera
2. DynaDome/SmartDome (Dynacolor)
3. Emitec
4. Lilin PIH-7x00 (Pending)
None
5. Pelco D Protocol
6. Samsung/SmartDome
7. Sony Visca
8. Cannon VCC1
9. Cannon VCC3
10. Cannon VCC4
Default
Setting Up a Preset Position
Administrators can use the Preset Position function to set up the behavior of the PTZ camera in
advance, and then users with camera control privilege can move the camera’s lens to a preset
position without the need to control the pan, tilt, and zoom buttons on VPort 3310’s homepage.
Setting Up Custom Commands
VPort products provide 5 custom commands in addition to the general pan, tilt, zoom, and preset
functions. Administrators can click on Setup Custom Commands to configure, and refer to the
manual enclosed with the attached PTZ camera to set up frequently-used functions. The
Command should be entered in ASCII format. VPort will translate the commands into binary
code and then send the data out through the serial port. For instance, the text string 8101ABCDEF
will be translated into five bytes of hexadecimal 81, 01, AB, CD, and EF. The maximum length of
a command string is 60, which is equivalent to 30 hexadecimal bytes. The Display string is for the
text on the command buttons and should be less than 8 characters. If Custom Camera is selected,
there will be more commands for PTZF that relate to custom camera.
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Setting Up Custom Camera
If the PTZ camera’s driver is not in the list, the administrator can select the custom camera from
the Select Camera driver menu to program the PTZ camera with ASCII code. A custom camera
window will pop up when the Setup Custom Camera button is clicked. Input the ASCII code into
this window. Port Settings (Data bits, Stop bits, and Parity bits) are for the serial
communication parameters and Control Settings are for programming the TILT (Move Up,
Move Down), PAN (Move Left, Move right), HOME, ZOOM (Zoom in, Zoom out) and
FOCUS (Focus near, Focus Far) actions.
NOTE
The control protocols are available from the PTZ camera’s supplier. You will need to get the
protocols from the supplier before programming the PTZ camera.
Uploading a PTZ Camera Driver
In addition to the PTZ camera drivers and custom camera functions supported by VPort 3310, an
alternative user-friendly Upload a PTZ Camera Driver function is available for implementing
the PTZ camera control. MOXA will release the new PTZ camera drivers to Moxa’s website as
they become available. Administrators can click on Browse to upload the new PTZ camera drivers
to VPort 3310.
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Audio
Audio Quality
VPort 3310 supports real-time and synchronous video/ audio transmission. Administrators can use
bit rate control to determine audio quality. The higher the bit rate, the better the quality.
Setting
Audio Bit Rate
Audio Source
Description
Default
There are 8 bit rate levels for audio
quality, including 4750 bps, 5150 bps,
4750 bps
5900 bps, 6700 bps, 7400 bps, 7950 bps,
10200 bps , and 12200 bps.
For the audio connection, MIC-in
(microphone) and Line-in (voice
amplifier) are included for convenience.
Microphone
VPort 3310 can auto-sense the audio
connection, but administrators also can
set these up manually.
Alarm
System Alarm
In addition to the LED indicators, three kinds of system alarm are provided by VPort 3310 for
notifying the administrator of system operation.
Alarm Type
Power Failure
Triggered Condition
1. Power 1 failure
2. Power 2 failure
Video Loss
Video signal loss
Network Disconnected
Network disconnected
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Power Failure Alarm
Setting
Description
Enable power failure
Enable or disable power failure alarm.
alarm
Default
Disable
Power 1 Failure/Power 2 Failure
Setting
Description
Enable or disable the action in triggering
Disable
Trigger Relay alarm
Relay 1 or Relay 2 alarms.
Enable or disable the action to send a
warning message via recipient’s email
Auto warning via
Disable
recipient email
being set up in Network/ SMTP Server
configuration page.
Video Loss Alarm
Setting
Enable video loss
alarm
Trigger Relay alarm
Auto warning via
recipient email
Description
Enable or disable video loss alarm.
Default
Default
Disable
Enable or disable the action in triggering
Disable
Relay 1 or Relay 2 alarms.
Enable or disable the action to send a
warning message via recipient’s email
Disable
being set up in Network/ SMTP Server
configuration page.
Network Disconnected Alarm
Setting
Description
Enable network
Enable or disable network disconnected
Disable
disconnected alarm
alarm.
Enable or disable the action in triggering
Disable
Trigger Relay alarm
Relay 1 or Relay 2 alarms.
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Since several alarms can be set up to trigger VPort’s relays, the administrator should configure
these alarms carefully in case a relay message is read incorrectly.
Event Alarm
Three kinds of event alarm are provided by VPort 3310 for building an intelligent video
surveillance system.
Alarm Type
Video Motion Detection
(VMD)
Triggered Condition
1. VMD 1
2. VMD 2
3. VMD 3
Digital Inputs
1. DI 1
2. DI 2
Sequential Snapshot
Enable sequential snapshot
Triggered Action
1. Relay
2. Email
3. FTP
1. Relay
2. Email
3. FTP
1. Email
2. FTP
Alarm/Event Alarm/Basic
Alarm Time Interval
Setting
Description
Delay
second(s)
Setup the time interval for each event
before detecting the
alarm triggered.
next alarm
NOTE
3 seconds
(1 to 999 seconds)
The delay before detecting the next alarm cannot be less than the time needed to take a snapshot
after an event (post-event image).
Alarm with Pre and Post snapshot image
Setting
Description
Take snapshot in
Setup the time interval of taking snapshot
seconds(s)
image before each event alarm triggered.
before event
Take snapshot in
Enable or disable the function of adding
seconds(s)
the date and time to the filename.
before event
NOTE
Default
Default
1 seconds
(from 1 to 6 seconds)
1 seconds
(from 1 to 999 seconds)
VPort products will take 3 JPEG snapshot images: VPRE.JPG (pre-event), VTRG.JPG (the
moment of event) and VPOS.JPG (post-event) for the video channel when the trigger condition
is met. Three snapshots of the channel can also be downloaded via FTP or HTTP URL (refer to
the “Download Event-triggered Snapshots” section from Chapter 5 for more details).
Suffix of Snapshot Image File Name in FTP
The snapshot images can be sent either via email, or via FTP. Administrator can add some suffix
to the filename of each JPEG snapshot image to identify them when using FTP to downlaod these
snapshot.
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Setting
With Data and Time
With Customized
words
System Configuration
Description
Enable or disable the function of adding
Enable
the date and time to the filename.
Enable or disable the function of adding
some additional words to the filename to Enable
identify the snapshot image.
Default
DI, Relay Status
Administrators can check the current DI and Relay status of this VPort in the “DI, Relay Status”
section on the “Event Alarm Basic Settings” page. Two options are available to return the relay’s
status back to the system defaults. To make the function work, check the Override Relay 1
warning setting and Override Relay 2 warning setting boxes, and then click on Save.
NOTE
The relays will not be triggered when the Override Relay 1 warning setting and Override
Relay 2 warning setting boxes are checked. Un-check these 2 boxes to ensure that the relays
will trigger.
Alarm/Event Alarm/Schedule
A schedule is provided to set event alarms for daily security applications.
NOTE
Either Event Alarms are active all the time or Event Alarms are active based on weekly
schedule must be selected, or the applications described in the following sections will not work
properly.
Setting
Event Alarms are
active all the time
Event Alarms are on a
weekly schedule
Description
Select the option “Event Alarms are
active all the time”
Select to operate event alarms on a
weekly schedule.
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Setting
□Sun □Mon
□Tue □Wed
□Thu □Fri
System Configuration
Description
Select the weekdays of event alarms’
schedule.
Default
None
□Sat
Alarm Schedule begins
Set the beginning time of event alarms.
at 00:00:00
[hh:mm:ss]
Alarm Schedule stops
Setup the stop time of event alarms.
at 00:00:00
[hh:mm:ss]
00:00:00
00:00:00
Alarm/Event Alarm/Video Motion Detection
Video Motion Detection (VMD) is an intelligent event alarm for video surveillance network
systems. With the 3 area-selectable VMDs and sensitivity/percentage tuning, administrators can
easily set up the VMD alarm to be active 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
Setting
Enable VMD alarm
Show alert on the
image when VMD is
triggered
NOTE
Description
Enable or disable the VMD alarm.
Default
Disable
Enable or disable alert for sections of the
Disable
homepage image on the homepage.
Once the Show alert on the image when VMD is triggered is enabled, the red frames that
appear on the homepage image indicate the size of the VMD window set up by the administrator.
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Setting
Window Name
Sensitivity
Percentage
System Configuration
Description
The name of each VMD window.
None
The measurable difference between two
sequential images to trigger VMD. Set a
0%
larger sensitivity to make it easier for the
VMD to be triggered.
The minimum size of the image change
to trigger the VMD. Set a smaller
0%
percentage to make it easier to trigger the
VMD.
Default
Trigger Conditions and Actions
Administrators can set up triggers for each VMD, including Trigger Relay1 alarm, Trigger
Relay2 alarm, Send snapshot image via E-mail, and Send snapshot image via FTP.
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How to Set up a VMD alarm
Step 1: Check the □ Enable VMD alarm box. If the Administrator wants to show the red
frame alert on the image on VPort 3310’s web homepage, check the □ Show alert on
the image when VMD is triggered box. Click on the Save button to save these 2
configurations.
Step 2: Click on the image or the New button. A VMD window will pop up. Right click the title
bar of this window to move the location of the VMD window, or drag the border to
change the window size so that it fits the desired VMD area.
Step 3: Use Window Name to assign a name to this VMD window.
Step 4: Set up the Sensitivity and Percentage parameters by moving the percentage cursor.
Step 5: Click on the Save button to save the settings.
Step 6: To test the VMD condition, check the action of the graphics bar on the left side of the
save button. Wave your hand in front of the camera, in the VMD area, and then note
which color shows up in the graphics bar. Green means VMD is not triggered. Red means
VMD is triggered.
Step 7: Set up the Trigger Conditions and Actions of each VMD, and then click on the Save
button to save these configurations.
NOTE
Video Motion detection is provided as a reference because it is environment-dependent. When
the settings are configured to be very sensitive to motion, some triggered events might actually
be false alarms, since in fact there is only a tiny difference between sequential images. False
alarms can be triggered by the flashing of florescent lights, shifting of shadows, etc.
Alarm/Event Alarm/Digital Input
Two digital inputs are provided by VPort 3310 for linking with alarm detection devices, such as
sensors.
Setting
Enable digit input
alarm
Trigger Conditions
Setting
High
Low
Rising
Falling
NOTE
Description
Enable or disable the digit input alarm.
Description
The DI is always in the “High” state after
an alarm is detected.
The DI is always in the “Low” state after
an alarm is detected.
The DI works from state “Low” to state
“High” and then back to state “Low”
when an alarm is detected.
The DI works from state “High” to state
“Low” and then back to state “High”
when an alarm is detected.
Please refer to Chapter 1 to see the DI specifications.
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Disable
Default
Disable
Disable
Disable
Disable
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Trigger Actions
Administrators can set up trigger actions for each DI, including Trigger Relay1 alarm, Trigger
Relay2 alarm, Send snapshot image via E-mail, and Send snapshot image via FTP.
Alarm/Event Alarm/Sequential Snapshot
With this feature, VPort can upload snapshots periodically to an external E-mail or FTP server as a
live video source. Use the Send sequential snapshot image every
seconds option to set the
time interval. The interval can be set to any number from 1 second to 9999 seconds.
Setting
Enable Sequential
Snapshots
Send sequential
snapshot image every
seconds
Send Snapshot image
via E-mail
Send Snapshot image
via FTP
Description
Enable or disable the Sequential
Snapshots.
Set the time interval of each snapshot
image.
Default
Disable
1 second
(from 1 second to 99999
seconds)
Choose how to send the snapshot images. Send Snapshot image via FTP
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System Configuration via FTP
FTP can be used to configure VPort 3310 Video Server much more quickly than configuring from
web browser, particularly when configuring multiple Video Servers. To configure a Video Server
via FTP, first download the parameter file, CONFIG.INI, customize each field, and then upload
the file to the Video Server to install the new settings. To log into the FTP daemon, enter “root” as
the user name, and use the same password used when connecting to the web server. The default
password of the FTP Server is the MAC address (no dashes, all upper case).
Parameters Available in Config.ini
Group: System
NAME
hostname
(r/w)
date
(r/w)
time
(r/w)
ntp
(r/w)
timezone
(r/w)
updateinterval
(r/w)
serialnumber
(r)
firmwareversion
(r)
restore
(w)
VALUE
<text string shorter than 40
characters>
<yyyy/mm/dd>
<keep>
<auto>
<hh:mm:ss>
<keep>
<auto>
<domain name or IP
address>
-12 to 12
0 to 2592000
<mac address>
<text string shorter than 39 The version of firmware, including model,
characters>
company, and internal version number
Ex: VS7101-MOXA-0100x
0
Restore the system parameters to default
value.
Positive integer
reset
(w)
do<1~2>
(w)
di<1~2>
(r)
overridedo<1~2>
DESCRIPTION
host name of server
<VPort 3310 Video Server>
year, month, date separated by slashes
keep date unchanged
Use NTP to sync date/time automatically
hour, minutes, seconds separated by colons
keep date unchanged
Use NTP to sync date/time automatically
NTP server
<skip to invoke default server>
time zone, 8 means GMT +8:00
<8>
0 to Disable automatic time adjustment; a
nonzero number indicates the number of
seconds between NTP automatic update
intervals.
<0>
12 character mac address, without hyphens
Restore system parameters to default values
and restart the server after <value> seconds.
0 to 65535
-1
<state>
Restart the server after <value> seconds.
Do not restart the server.
H: NC connected with COMMON
L: NO connected with COMMON
<state>
H: +13 to –30V
L: -30 to +3V
0
Enable setting relay
1
Disable setting relay
supportscriptversion <text string shorter than 10 The version of supported script/webpage
(r)
characters>
scriptversion
<text string shorter than 10 The maximum version of currently installed
characters >
script/webpage
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language
webpageversion
ptzenabled
(r )
plugincaption (r/w)
Description (r )
Contact (r/w)
Location (r/w)
System Configuration
<text string shorter than 16
characters>
<text string shorter than 39
characters>
32-bit integer
The webpage language
Ex: en (English)
None
0
1
<text string shorter than 63
characters>
<text string shorter than 63
characters>
<text string shorter than 63
characters>
Hide the caption on plugin
Show the caption on plugin
Server description
Indicate the operations of camera supported
Contact information of the server
Location information of the server
Group: Security
NAME
username_<0-21>
(r/w)
userpass_<0-21>
(r/w)
userattr_<0-21>
(r/w)
usercount
(r)
snmpuserpass
(r/w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
<text string shorter than 16 change user name.
characters>
The username_0 = root
The username_21 = demo
<blank>
<text string shorter than 14 change user’s password.
characters>
The userpass_0 is root’s password.
The userpass_21 is demo’s password
<blank>
[dido][|talk][|listen][|camctrl change user’s privilege. The privilege can be
][|conf][do1][do2]
the combination of
dido – Allow DI access
do1 – Allow Relay1 access
do2 – Allow Relay2 access
talk – Allow to talk to server
listen – Allow to listen from server
camctrl – Allow camera control
conf – Allow changing server’s configuration
view – Allow viewing streaming a/v(check)
The userattr_0 = dido | listen | talk | camctrl |
do1 | do2 | conf <blank>
1 to 22
The current account number on the server
including root.<1>
<text string shorter than 14 change user’s password.
characters>
The snmpuserpass is user’s password for
SNMP.
<blank>
Group: Network
NAME
resetip
(r/w)(restart)
VALUE
1
0
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DESCRIPTION
enable getting ipaddress, subnet, router, dns1,
dns2 from DHCP server at next reboot
Use preset ipaddress, subnet, router, dns1,
dns2
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ipaddress
(r/w) (restart)
subnet
(r/w) (restart)
router
(r/w) (restart)
dns1
(r/w) (restart)
dns2
(r/w) (restart)
smtp1
(r/w)
mailto1
(r/w)
mailuser1
(r/w)
mailpass1
(r/w)
smtp2
(r/w)
mailto2
(r/w)
mailuser2
(r/w)
mailpass2
(r/w)
returnemail1
(r/w)
returnemail2
(r/w)
localftpport
(r/w)
ftp1
(r/w)
ftpport1
(r/w)
ftpuser1
(r/w)
ftppass1
(r/w)
ftpfolder1
(r/w)
ftppasvmode1
(r/w)
ftp2
(r/w)
ftpport2
(r/w)
System Configuration
<IP address>
IP address of server
<192.168.0.99>
<IP address>
subnet mask
<255.255.255.0>
<IP address>
default gateway
<blank>
<IP address>
primary DNS server
<blank>
<IP address>
secondary DNS server
<blank>
<domain name or IP
primary SMTP server
address, string shorter than <blank>
40 characters>
<string shorter than 80
mail recipient address
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 63 User name of primary smtp server
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 15 Password of primary smtp server
characters>
<blank>
<domain name or IP
secondary SMTP server
address, string shorter than <blank>
40 characters>
<text string shorter than 80 mail recipient address
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 63 User name of secondary smtp server
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 15 Password of secondary smtp server
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 80 1st return email address
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 80 2nd return email address
characters>
<blank>
<positive number less than FTP port
65535>
<21>
<domain name or IP
primary FTP server
address, string shorter than <blank>
40 characters >
<positive number less than primary FTP port
65535>
<21>
<text string shorter than 63 user name for primary FTP server
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 15 password for primary FTP server
characters>
<blank>
<text string shorter than 40 upload folder in primary FTP server
characters>
<blank>
1
Enable passive mode of primary FTP server
0
Disable passive mode of primary FTP server
<domain name or IP
secondary FTP server
address, string shorter than
40 characters>
<positive number less than secondary FTP port
65535>
<21>
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ftpuser2
(r/w)
ftppass2
(r/w)
ftpfolder2
(r/w)
ftppasvmode2
(r/w)
<text string shorter than 63
characters>
<text string shorter than 15
characters>
<text string shorter than 40
characters>
1
user name for secondary FTP server
<blank>
password for secondary FTP server
<blank>
upload folder in secondary FTP server
<blank>
Enable passive mode of primary FTP server
0
Disable passive mode of primary FTP server
httpport
(r/w) (restart)
rtspport
(r/w) (restart)
accessname
(r/w) (restart)
networktype
<positive number less than
65535>
<positive number less than
65535>
<text string shorter than 32
characters>
0
HTTP port
<80>
RTSP port
<554>
Name for accessing RTSP a/v streaming
<live.sdp>
PPPoE is disabled
1
Use PPPoE
pppoeuser
pppoepass
<text string shorter than 63 The user name for PPPoE connection
characters>
<text string shorter than 63 The password for PPPoE connection
characters>
Group: IPFilter (Assessible IP)
NAME
allowip_<0-9>
(r/w)
allowmask_<0-9>
(r/w)
allowenable
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
1.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Allowed RTSP connection IP address
<blank>
1.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 Allowed RTSP connection IP mask
<blank>
0
Enable IP filter
1
Disable IP filter
Group: Video
NAME
text
(r/w)
codectype
(r/w)
keyinterval
(r/w)
size
(r/w)
color
(r/w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
<text string shorter than 14 enclosed caption
characters>
<blank>
0
MPEG4
1, 3, 5, 10, 30, 60, 90, 120
1
2
Key frame interval
<120>
half
half x 2
3
normal
4
normal x 2
5
double
0
Monochrome(B/W)
1
color
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quality
(r/w)
0
fix bit rate
1
fix quantization
quant
(r/w)
1
2
lowest quality of video
lower quality of video
3
normal quality of video
4
higher quality of video
5
highest quality of video
64000
128000
set bit rate to 64 Kbps
set bit rate to 128 Kbps
256000
set bit rate to 256 Kbps
384000
set bit rate to 384 Kbps
512000
set bit rate to 512 Kbps
768000
1000000
1200000
1
set bit rate to 768 Kbps
set bit rate to 1000 Kbps
set bit rate to 1200 Kbps
set maximum frame rate to 1 fps
2
set maximum frame rate to 2 fps
3
set maximum frame rate to 3 fps
5
set maximum frame rate to 5 fps
10
set maximum frame rate to 10 fps
15
set maximum frame rate to 15 fps
20
set maximum frame rate to 20 fps
25
set maximum frame rate to 25 fps
30 (for NTSC only)
set maximum frame rate to 30 fps
0
NTSC
1
PAL
2
AUTO
0
NTSC
1
PAL
1
flip image
0
normal image
1
mirror image
0
normal image
1
Overlay text and time stamp on video; in
QCIF, only time stamp is overlayed
Do not overlay text and time stamp on video
bitrate
(r/w)
maxframe
(r/w)
modulation
(r/w)
(restart)
actualmodulation
(r)
flip
(r/w)
mirror
(r/w)
imprinttimestamp
(r/w)
0
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Group: Audio
NAME
bitrate
(r/w)
source (r/w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
4750
4750 Kbps
5150
5150 Kbps
5900
5900 Kbps
6700
6700 Kbps
7400
7400 Kbps
7950
7950 Kbps
10200
10200 Kbps
12200
12200 Kbps
0
Use external microphone in
1
Use line-in
Group: Image
NAME
brightness
(r/w)
saturation
(r/w)
contrast
(r/w)
hue
(r/w)
mode
(w)
VALUE
Preview
DESCRIPTION
Adjust brightness of image according to mode
settings. <0>
Adjust saturation of image according to mode
settings. <0>
Adjust contrast of image according to mode
settings. <0>
Adjust hue of image according to mode
settings. <0>
Apply the parameter of image but not save
Restore
Restore the last saved image parameters
Save
Directly save the adjust image parameters
<-5 to 5>
<-5 to 5>
<-5 to 5>
<-5 to 5>
Group: Motion
NAME
enabled
(r/w)
alertonvideo
(r/w)
winenabled_<1-3>
(r/w)
winname_<1-3>
(r/w)
winleft_<1-3>
(r/w)
wintop_<1-3>
(r/w)
VALUE
0
DESCRIPTION
disable motion detection
1
enable motion detection
0
1
Do not display alert window on streaming
video
Display alert window on streaming video
0
disable motion window #1
1
enable motion window #1
<text string shorter than 14
characters >
0 to 352 for CCD
0 to 320 for CMOS
0 to 288 for PAL
0 to 240 for
NTSC & CMOS
name of motion window #1
<blank>
Left coordinate of window position.
<0>
Top coordinate of window position.
<0>
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winwidth_<1-3>
(r/w)
winheight_<1-3>
(r/w)
System Configuration
0 to 352 for CCD
0 to 320 for CMOS
0 to 288 for PAL
0 to 240 for
NTSC & CMOS
0 to 100
winobjsize_<1-3>
(r/w)
winsensitivity_<1-3> 0 to 100
(r/w)
update
1
(w)
Width of motion detection window.
<0>
Height of motion detection window.
<0>
Percent of motion detection window
<0>
Sensitivity of motion detection window
<0>
Update the above motion detection settings to
take effect
Group: DDNS
NAME
enable
(r/w)
provider
(r/w)
hostname
(r/w)
usernameemail
(r/w)
passwordkey
(r/w)
update
(w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
0, 1
Enable or disable the dynamic dns.
<0>
1 to 4
dyndns.org (dynamic)
dyndns.org (custom)
tzo.com
dhs.org
<1>
Text string shorter than 127 Your dynamic hostname.
characters.
<blank>
Text string shorter than 63 Your user or email to login ddns service
characters.
provider
<blank>
Text string shorter than 20 Your password or key to login ddns service
characters.
provider
<blank>
0, 1
Update the above ddns settings to take effect
NAME
ipaddress
(r/w)(restart)
VALUE
<IP address>
videoport
(r/w)(restart)
audioport
(r/w)(restart)
ttl
(r/w)
enablem
(r/w)(restart)
1 to 65536
DESCRIPTION
Multicast IP address
<239.128.0.99>
The valid range of multicast IP is from
224.0.0.0 to 239.255.255.255
Destination multicast port of video
<5556>
Destination multicast port of audio
<5558>
Time to live of multicast packets
<15>
Enable or disable always multicast
<0>
Group: MULTICAST
1 to 65536
1 to 255
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Group: UPNP
NAME
VALUE
enable
(r/w)
0, 1
DESCRIPTION
Enable or disable the UPNP service.
<1>
Group: SNMP
NAME
versions
(r/w) (restart)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
1
V1, V2c, V3
2
V1, V2c (default)
3
V3 only
<text string shorter than 14
characters>
<text string shorter than 14
characters>
0
ID for V1, V2c Read Community
<public>
ID for V1, V2c Write/Read Community
<private>
No-Auth
1
MD5
2
SHA
<text string shorter than 30
characters>
0, 1
0
Admin data encryption key if needed
<blank>
Enable the admin data encryption key
<0>
No-Auth
1
MD5
2
SHA
userdpvcy
(r/w) (restart)
enableudpvcy
(r/w) (restart)
trapserver
(r/w) (restart)
<text string shorter than 30
characters>
0, 1
trapcomm
(r/w) (restart)
Objectid
(r) (restart)
<text string shorter than 14
characters>
<text string shorter than 30
characters>
User data encryption key if needed
<blank>
Enable the user data encryption key
<0>
Trap server name or IP address for actively
sending message to SNMP manager
<blank>
ID for Trap Community
<public>
Private enterprise number for SNMP
<enterprise.8691>
rocomm
(r/w) (restart)
rwcomm
(r/w) (restart)
adminauthtype
(r/w) (restart)
admindpvcy (r/w)
(restart)
enableadpvcy
(r/w) (restart)
userauthtype (r/w)
(restart)
<domain name or IP
address>
Group: App
NAME
scriptname
(r/w)
enablescript
(r/w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
<text string shorter than 255 File name of script
characters>
<script.vssx>
0
Disable script
1
Enable script
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Group: CAMCTRL
NAME
VALUE
panspeed
-5 to 5
(r/w)
tiltspeed
-5 to 5
(r/w)
autospeed
-5 to 5
(r/w)
axisx
-104 to 104
(r )
axisy
-15 to 28
(r )
dwelling
0 to 9999
(r/w)
presetname_<0-19> Text string shorter than 40
(r/w)
characters.
presetpan_<0-19> Integer
(r/w)
presettilt_<0-19> Integer
(r/w)
presetzoom_
Integer
<0-19>
(r/w)
serial
0
DESCRIPTION
Pan speed
<0>
Tilt speed
<0>
Auto pan speed
<0>
X coordinate of camera position
<0>
Y coordinate of camera position
<0>
Time to dwell when patrolling
<1>
The name of preset location
<blank>
pan coordinate of preset location.
<0>
tilt coordinate of preset location.
<0>
zoom coordinate of preset location.
<0>
UART1
1
UART2
cameraid
Integer
The camera ID to control
isptz
0
PTZ camera
1
Non-PTZ camera
Group: Serial
NAME
baudrate
(r/w)
VALUE
DESCRIPTION
110
110 bps
300
300 bps
600
600 bps
1200
1200 bps
2400
2400 bps
3600
3600 bps
4800
4800 bps
7200
7200 bps
9600
9600 bps
19200
19200 bps
38400
38400 bps
57600
57600 bps
115200
115200 bps
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databit
(r/w)
paritybit
(r/w)
stopbit
(r/w)
uartmode
(r/w)
System Configuration
5
5 bits
6
6 bits
7
7 bits
8
8 bits
0
None
1
Odd
2
Even
1
1 bit
2
0
1.5 bits (databits : 5)
2 bits (databits: 6, 7, 8)
RS232
1
RS485
customcmd_<0~9> <Text string shorter than 61
characters.>
speedlinkname_<0 Text string shorter than 9
~4>
characters.
speedlinkcmd_<0~ Text string shorter than 61
4>
characters.
ptzdriver
128
Customer command to control camera
Speed link command name
Speed link command to control camera
None
129
Custom camera
Positive integer
Other camera
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Chapter 5
URL (CGI) Commands
For customers who already have their own web site or web control application, VPort products can
be easily integrated through convenient URLs. This section lists the commands in URL format
corresponding to the basic functions of VPort products.
The following topics are covered in this chapter:
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
‰
Overview
Style Convention
General CGI URL Syntax and Parameters
Get Server Parameter Values
Set Server Parameter Values
Drive the Digital (Relay) Output
Query Status of the Digital Input
Query Status of the Digital (Relay) Onput
Capture Single Snapshot
Account Management
System Logs
Configuration File
Camera Control
Recall
System Information
Preset Locations
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URL (CGI) Commands
Overview
This section specifies the external HTTP based application programming interface. The HTTP
based VPort’s interface provides the functionality to request a single image, to control camera
functions (PTZ, output relay etc.) and to get and set internal parameter values. The image and
CGI-requests are handled by the built in Web server.
Style Convention
In URL syntax and in descriptions of CGI parameters, a text in italic within angle brackets denotes
a content that is to be replaced with either a value or a string. When replacing the text string also
the angle brackets shall be replaced. An example of this is the description of the name for the
server, denoted with <servername> in the URL syntax description below, that is replaced with the
string myserver in the URL syntax example, also below.
URL syntax’ are written with the “Syntax:" word written in bold face followed by a box with the
referred syntax as seen below. The name of the server is written as <servername>. This is intended
to be replaced with the name of the actual server. This can either be a name, e.g., "mywebcam" or
"thecam.adomain.net" or the associated IP number for the server, e.g., 192.168.0.220.
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/video.jpg
Description of returned data is written with "Return:" in bold face followed by the returned data
in a box. All data returned as HTTP formatted, i.e., starting with the string HTTP is line separated
with a Carriage Return and Line Feed (CRLF) printed as \r\n.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 <HTTP code> <HTTP text>\r\n
URL syntax examples are written with "Example:" in bold face followed by a short description
and a light grey box with the example.
Example: request a single snapshot image
http://mywebserver/cgi-bin/video.jpg
General CGI URL Syntax and Parameters
CGI parameters are written in lower-case and as one word without any underscores or other
separators. When the CGI request includes internal camera parameters, the internal parameters
must be written exactly as they are named in the camera or video server. The CGIs are organized
in function related directories under the cgi-bin directory. The file extension of the CGI is
required.
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/<subdir>[/<subdir>...]/<cgi>.<ext>
[?<parameter>=<value>[&<parameter>=<value>...]]
Example: Setting digital output #1 to high
http://mywebserver/cgi-bin/setparam.cgi?do1=h
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Get Server Parameter Values
Note: This request require administrator access
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/getparam.cgi?[<parameter>]
[&<parameter>…]
where the <parameter> should be <group>[_<name>] or <group>[.<name>]
If you do not specify the any parameters, all the parameters on the server will be returned. If you
specify only <group>, the parameters of related group will be returned.
When query parameter values, the current parameter value are returned. Successful control
requests returns parameter pairs as follows.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/html\r\n
Context-Length: <length>\r\n
\r\n
<parameter pair>
where <parameter pair> is
<parameter>=<value>\r\n
[<parameter pair>]
<length> is the actual length of content.
Example: request IP address and it’s response
Request:
http://192.168.0.123/cgi-bin/admin/getparam.cgi?network_ipaddress
Response:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/html\r\n
Context-Length: 33\r\n
\r\n
network.ipaddress=192.168.0.123\r\n
Set Server Parameter Values
Note: This request require administrator access
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/setparam.cgi?
[nosync=<value>&]<parameter>=<value>
[&<parameter>=<value>…][&return=<return page>]
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Parameter
NOSYNC
URL (CGI) Commands
Value
Description
Specifies that there should be no sync (write) of the
corresponding configuration file on flash. If parameter
is omitted, a sync write will occur.
0, 1
(Note: this parameter must be put at begin of
parameter list)
Assign <value> to the parameter <group>_<name>.
Redirect to the page <return page> after the
parameter is assigned. The <return page> can be a
full URL path or relative path according the current
path. If you omit this parameter, it will redirect to an
empty page.
<GROUP>_<NAME> value to assigned
RETURN
<return page>
(Note: The return page can be a general HTML
file(.htm, .html) or a Vivotek server script
executable (.vspx) file. It can not be a CGI
command. It can not have any extra parameters.
This parameter must be put at end of parameter
list)
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/html\r\n
Context-Length: <length>\r\n
\r\n
<parameter pair>
where <parameter pair>
is <parameter>=<value>\r\n
[<parameter pair>]
Note: Only the parameters that you set and readable will be returned.
Example: Set the IP address of server to 192.168.0.123
Request:
http://myserver/cgi-bin/admin/setparam.cgi?Network_IPAddress=192.168.0.123
Response:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/html\r\n
Context-Length: 33\r\n
\r\n
network.ipaddress=192.168.0.123\r\n
Drive the Digital (Relay) Output
Note: This request requires the privilege of I/O access control.
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/setdo.cgi?do1=<state>[&do2=<state>]
[&return=<return page>]
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Where state is H, L. H means NC (normal close) connected with COMMON and L means NO
(normal open) connected with COMMON. The number of DO dependents on the server type.
Parameter
DO<NUM>
<state>
Value
RETURN
<return page>
Description
H – NC connected with COMMON
L – NO connected with COMMON
Redirect to the page <return page> after the
parameter is assigned. The <return page> can
be a full URL path or relative path according
the the current path. If you omit this
parameter, it will redirect to an empty page.
Example: Drive the digital output 1 to high and redirect to an empty page
http://myserver/cgi-bin/setdo.cgi?do1=H
Query Status of the Digital Input
Note: This request requires the privilege of I/O access control.
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/getdi.cgi?[di1][&di2]
If no parameter is specified, all the status of digital input will be returned.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: <length>\r\n
\r\n
[di1=<state>]\r\n
[di2=<state>]\r\n
where <state> can be H or L.
Example: Query the status of digital input 1
Request:
http://myserver/cgi-bin/getdi.cgi?di1
Response:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: 7\r\n
\r\n
di1=H\r\n
Query Status of the Digital (Relay) Output
Note: This request requires the privilege of I/O access control.
Method: GET/POST
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Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/getdo.cgi?[do1][&do2]
If no parameter is specified, all the status of digital output will be returned.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: <length>\r\n
\r\n
[do1=<state>]\r\n
[do2=<state>]\r\n
where <state> can be H or L.
Example: Query the status of digital output 1
Request:
http://myserver/cgi-bin/getdo.cgi?di1
Response:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: 7\r\n
\r\n
do1=H\r\n
Capture Single Snapshot
Note: This request require normal user privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/video.jpg
Server will return the most up-to-date snapshot in JPEG format. The size and quality of image will
be set according to the JPEG settings on the server.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: image/jpeg\r\n
[Content-Length: <image size>\r\n]
<binary JPEG image data>
Account Management
Note: This request requires administrator privilege
Method: GET/POST
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Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/editaccount.cgi?
method=<value>&username=<name>[&userpass=<value>]
[&privilege=<value>]
[&privilege=<value>][…][&return=<return page>]
Parameter
method
username
userpass
privilege
return
Value
Description
Add an account to server. When using this method,
“username” field is necessary. It will use default value of other
fields if not specified.
delete
Remove an account from server. When using this method,
“username” field is necessary, and others are ignored.
edit
Modify the account password and privilege. When using this
method, “username” field is necessary, and other fields are
optional. If not specified, it will keep original settings.
<name>
The name of user to add, delete or edit
<value>
The password of new user to add or that of old user to modify.
The default value is an empty string.
<value>
The privilege of user to add or to modify. The privilege can be
the addition of the following values. Ex: A user with DI/DO
access and listen privilege can be assigned privilege as
privilege=dido&privilege=listen.
dido
DI access privilege (for Moxa Vport3310)
DI/DO access privilege (for other servers)
do1
DO1 access privilege
do2
DO2 access privilege
listen
listen privilege
talk
talk privilege
camctrl
camera control privilege (support only on PT(Z) version)
conf
configuration privilege
<return page> Redirect to the page <return page> after the parameter is
assigned. The <return page> can be a full URL path or
relative path according the the current path. If you omit this
parameter, it will redirect to an empty page.
add
System Logs
Note: This request require administrator privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/syslog.cgi
Server will return the up-to-date system log.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: <syslog length>\r\n
\r\n
<system log information>\r\n
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Configuration File
Note: This request requires administrator privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/configfile.cgi
Server will return the up-to-date configuration file.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: <configuration file length>\r\n
\r\n
<configuration data>\r\n
Camera Control
Note: This request requires camera control access privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/camctrl.cgi?
[move=<value>][&speedpan=<value>][&speedtilt=<value>]
[&return=<return page>]
Parameter
move
speedpan
speedtilt
return
Value
home
up
down
left
right
-5 ~ 5
-5 ~ 5
<return page>
Description
Move to camera to home position
Move camera up
Move camera down
Move camera left
Move camera right
Set the pan speed
Set the tilt speed
Redirect to the page <return page> after the parameter is
assigned. The <return page> can be a full URL path or
relative path according to the current path. If you omit this
parameter, it will redirect to an empty page.
Recall
Note: This request requires camera control access privilege
Method: GET
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/recall.cgi?
recall=<value>[&return=<return page>]
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Parameter
recall
Value
Description
Text string less One of the present positions to recall.
than 30 characters
return
<return page>
Redirect to the page <return page> after the parameter is
assigned. The <return page> can be a full URL path or
relative path according to the current path. If you omit this
parameter, it will redirect to an empty page.
System Information
Note: This request requires normal user privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/sysinfo.cgi
Server will return the system information.
Return:
HTTP/1.0 200 OK\r\n
Content-Type: text/plain\r\n
Content-Length: <system information length>\r\n
\r\n
Model=<model name of server>\r\n
HostName=<host name of server>\r\n
Location=<video on text of server>\r\n
[Preset<0>=<first preset location>\r\n]
[Preset<1>=<second preset location>\r\n]
[...]
PTZEnabled=<PTZ status>\r\n
Event=<value>\r\n
RTSPPort=<value>\r\n
CameraNumber=<value>\r\n
UartNumber=<value>\r\n
DINumber=<value>\r\n
DONumber=<value>\r\n
VideoCodec=<value>\r\n
AudioCodec=<value>\r\n
MotionDetectionMethod=<value>\r\n
StreamingProtocol=<value>\r\n
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Parameter
Model
HostName
(one channel)
Location
(multichannel)
Location<0~>
Event
RTSPPort
(one channel)
Preset<0~>
(multichannel)
Location<0~>_<0~>
(one channel)
PTZEnabled
(multichannel)
PTZEnabled<0~>
CameraNumber
UartNumber
DINumber
DONumber
VideoCodec
AudioCodec
URL (CGI) Commands
Value
system.firmwareversion
system.hostname
(one channel)
video.text
(multichannel)
video.text (first channel)
video<1~>.text (other channels)
0
1
Description
Model name of server.
Host name of server
Text on video, representation the
location of video
support motion detection/dido/video
loss information in video bitstream
Port number of RTSP
Preset locations of PTZ camera
network.rtspport
(one channel)
camctrl.presetname_<0~>
(multichannel)
camctrl.presetname_<0~> (first
channel)
camctrl<1~>.presetname_<0~>
(other channels)
An 32-bits integer, each bit can
be set separately as follows:
Bit 0 => Support camera control
function 0(not support),
1(support)
Bit 1 => Build-in or external
camera. 0(external), 1(build-in)
Bit 2 => Support pan operation.
0(not support), 1(support)
Bit 3 => Support tilt operation.
0(not support), 1(support)
Bit 4
=> Support zoom
operation. 0(not support),
1(support)
Bit 5 => Support focus
operation. 0(not support),
1(support)
1~16
Number of camera supported
1~16
Number of uart supported
1~16
Number of DI supported
1~16
Number of DO supported
<codecname>,<codecname>,… Supported video codec name separated
Available video codec name:
by comma.
MJPEG => Motion JPEG
MP4SHM => MPEG4 short
header mode
MP4SP => MPEG4 simple
profile
<codecname>,<codecname>,… Supported audio codec name separated
Available audio codec name:
by comma.
G7221 => G.722.1
G729A => G.729A
GAMR => GSM AMR
AAC => AAC
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MotionDetectionMethod 1 => full screen motion
detection
3 => three windows motion
detection
StreamingProtocol
<protocolname>,
<protocolname>,…
An integer to indicate the motion
detection method
Supported streaming protocol
RTSP_RTP_UDP => RTP over
UDP
RTSP_RTP_TCP => RTP over
RTSP
RTSP_RTP_HTTP => RTSP,
RTP over HTTP
RTSP_RTP_MCAST =>
Backbone multicast
RTP_MCAST => Scalable
multicast
Preset Locations
Note: This request requires administrator access privilege
Method: GET/POST
Syntax:
http://<servername>/cgi-bin/admin/preset.cgi?
[addpos=<value>][&delpos=<value>][&return=<return page>]
Parameter
addpos
delpos
return
Value
Description
<Text string less than Add one preset location to preset list.
30 characters>
<Text string less than Delete preset location from preset list.
30 characters>
<return page>
Redirect to the page <return page> after the parameter is
assigned. The <return page> can be a full URL path or
relative path according to the current path. If you omit this
parameter, it will redirect to an empty page.
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Appendix A
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: What if I forget my password?
A: Every access to the Video Server needs authentication. If you are one of the managed users,
you need to ask the administrator for the password. If you are the administrator, there is no way
to recover the root password. The only way to regain access to Video Server is to utilize the
default setting button on the rear panel to restore the factory settings (see p. 1-7 for details).
Q: Why can’t I see video from the Video Server after it has been authenticated?
A: There are many possible scenarios:
1.
2.
3.
If you have just installed the Video Server and are unable to see the video, check the video
modulation on the Configuration page.
If the Video Server is installed correctly and you are accessing the Video Server for the
first time using Internet Explorer, adjust the security level of Internet Explorer to allow
installation of plug-ins.
If the problem still exists, the number of users accessing the Video Server at the same time
may exceed the maximum that the system allows.
Q: What is the plug-in for?
A: The plug-in provided by Video Server is used to display motion pictures on versions of Internet
Explorer that do not support server push technology. If your system does not allow installation
of any plug-in software, the security level of the web browser may need to be lowered. It is
recommended that you consult the network supervisor in your office before adjusting the
security level.
Q: Why is the timestamp different from the system time of my PC or notebook?
A: The timestamp is based on the system time of Video Server. It is maintained by an internal
real-time clock, and automatically synchronizes with the time server if Video Server is
connected to the Internet and the function is enabled. Differences of several hours may result
from the time zone setting.
Q: Why doesn’t the image refresh regularly?
A: This may be due to the time taken for storing snapshots into memory when events occur.
Q. How does the Video Server detect supported PTZ cameras automatically?
A. If a camera is not detected, the Video Server will monitor the CTS of the camera control cable
continuously. As long as the CTS is detected, the Video Server will try to handshake with
supported cameras until a supported camera is found. Camera detection will cease once a PTZ
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camera is recognized.
Q: How many users are allowed to access Video Server at the same time?
A: Basically, there is no limitation. However the video quality also depends on the network
bandwidth. To achieve the best effect, the Video Server will allow 20 users to be connected. It
is recommended to build another web server to host a large quantity of users by retrieving
images from the Video Server periodically.
Q: What is Video Server’s video rate?
A: The MPEG4 codec can process 30 frames per second internally. However the total
performance is subject to many coefficients as follows:
1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Network throughput.
Bandwidth share.
Number of users.
The complicated objects in view results in larger image file.
The level of your PC or notebook which is responsible for displaying images.
In general, the transfer rate for a general local network environment can achieve over 200
kilobytes per second and approximately 10 to 20 pictures of a normal environment per second.
Q: How can I keep the Video Server as private as possible?
A: The Video Server is designed for surveillance purposes and has many flexible interfaces. The
user authentication and special confirmation when installing can keep the Video Server from
unauthorized access. You may also change the HTTP port to a non-public number. Check the
system log to examine any abnormal activities and trace the origins.
Q: I have a PTZ camera that is not on the support list. How can I control it?
A: Video Server provides a custom camera command interface to control cameras that are not
supported. The details are described in this manual. Be sure that the COM port settings are
applied to the camera specifications. The camera control cable included is shown in the
package contents. Prepare your own cable if necessary. The general PTZ command is
composed of one start command and one stop command. When editing both commands in the
edit box of the configuration page, use comma(s) to separate commands. Each comma
represents 200 milliseconds. If the user has some serial control device other than the PTZ
camera, the special URL is provided to send the desired commands. For quick access, integrate
the URL to another homepage on your own web server.
Q: How fast will Video Server check the status of digital inputs?
A: The Video Server will check input status in less than half a second. However, to avoid
repeatedly checking conditions too often and to allow the devices connected to digital outputs
to function properly, the Video Server will delay 3 seconds by default after each condition
matches. Users may change it according to specific applications. During this period, any
condition will be ignored.
Q: Why can’t I access the Video Server when I set up some options in the application?
A: When the Video Server is triggered by events; snapshots will take more time to write to
memory. If the events occur too often, the system will always be busy storing images. It is
recommended to use sequential mode or an external recorder program to record motion
pictures if the event is frequent. If you prefer to retrieve images via FTP, the value could be
smaller since FTP responds quicker than the Web does. Once the system is too busy to
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configure, use the restore factory default and reset button to save the system.
Q: I tried connecting my black-and-white and color cameras with the Video Server but the
image is not good.
A: Although the Video Server allows users to choose color or black-and-white images for each
camera, hybrid camera types may increase video processing time and reduce system
performance.
Q: The image is not clear enough. Is anything broken?
A: The lens can be focused by rotating the outer ring. Rotate it clockwise or counter-clockwise to
focus near or far.
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Settings of Supported PTZ Cameras
Since the COM port settings can be adjusted to other than the default settings, check the correct
default settings for the attached camera.
Camera model
Baud rate Data bits
Sony VISCA
9600
8
Canon VC-C1
9600
8
Canon VC-C3
9600
8
Canon VC-C4
9600
8
Pelco D protocol
2400
8
DynaDome/SmartDome 9600
8
Stop bit
1
2
2
1
1
1
Parity bit
None
None
None
None
None
None
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Appendix C
Time Zone Table
The hour offsets for different time zones are shown below. You will need this information when
setting the time zone in automatic date/time synchronization. GMT stands for Greenwich Mean
Time, which is the global time that all time zones are measured from.
(GMT-12:00)
(GMT-11:00)
(GMT-10:00)
(GMT-09:00)
(GMT-08:00)
(GMT-07:00)
(GMT-07:00)
(GMT-07:00)
(GMT-06:00)
(GMT-06:00)
(GMT-06:00)
(GMT-06:00)
(GMT-05:00)
(GMT-05:00)
(GMT-05:00)
(GMT-04:00)
(GMT-04:00)
(GMT-04:00)
(GMT-03:30)
(GMT-03:00)
(GMT-03:00)
(GMT-03:00)
(GMT-02:00)
(GMT-01:00)
(GMT-01:00)
(GMT)
(GMT)
(GMT+01:00)
(GMT+01:00)
(GMT+01:00)
(GMT+01:00)
(GMT+01:00)
(GMT+02:00)
(GMT+02:00)
(GMT+02:00)
International Date Line West
Midway Island, Samoa
Hawaii
Alaska
Pacific Time (US & Canada), Tijuana
Arizona
Chihuahua, La Paz, Mazatlan
Mountain Time (US & Canada)
Central America
Central Time (US & Canada)
Guadalajara, Mexico City, Monterrey
Saskatchewan
Bogota, Lima, Quito
Eastern Time (US & Canada)
Indiana (East)
Atlantic Time (Canada)
Caracas, La Paz
Santiago
Newfoundland
Brasilia
Buenos Aires, Georgetown
Greenland
Mid-Atlantic
Azores
Cape Verde Is.
Casablanca, Monrovia
Greenwich Mean Time: Dublin, Edinburgh, Lisbon, London
Amsterdam, Berlin, Bern, Stockholm, Vienna
Belgrade, Bratislava, Budapest, Ljubljana, Prague
Brussels, Copenhagen, Madrid, Paris
Sarajevo, Skopje, Warsaw, Zagreb
West Central Africa
Athens, Istanbul, Minsk
Bucharest
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(GMT+02:00)
(GMT+02:00)
(GMT+03:00)
(GMT+03:00)
(GMT+03:00)
(GMT+03:00)
(GMT+03:30)
(GMT+04:00)
(GMT+04:00)
(GMT+04:30)
(GMT+05:00)
(GMT+05:00)
(GMT+05:30)
(GMT+05:45)
(GMT+06:00)
(GMT+06:00)
(GMT+06:00)
(GMT+06:30)
(GMT+07:00)
(GMT+07:00)
(GMT+08:00)
(GMT+08:00)
(GMT+08:00)
(GMT+08:00)
(GMT+08:00)
(GMT+09:00)
(GMT+09:00)
(GMT+09:00)
(GMT+09:30)
(GMT+09:30)
(GMT+10:00)
(GMT+10:00)
(GMT+10:00)
(GMT+10:00)
(GMT+10:00)
(GMT+11:00)
(GMT+12:00)
(GMT+12:00)
(GMT+13:00)
Time Zone Table
Harare, Pretoria
Helsinki, Kyiv, Riga, Sofia, Tallinn, Vilnius
Jerusalem
Baghdad
Kuwait, Riyadh
Moscow, St. Petersburg, Volgograd
Nairobi
Tehran
Abu Dhabi, Muscat
Baku, Tbilisi, Yerevan
Kabul
Ekaterinburg
Islamabad, Karachi, Tashkent
Chennai, Kolkata, Mumbai, New Delhi
Kathmandu
Almaty, Novosibirsk
Astana, Dhaka
Sri Jayawardenepura
Rangoon
Bangkok, Hanoi, Jakarta
Krasnoyarsk
Beijing, Chongqing, Hongkong, Urumqi
Taipei
Irkutsk, Ulaan Bataar
Kuala Lumpur, Singapore
Perth
Osaka, Sapporo, Tokyo
Seoul
Yakutsk
Adelaide
Darwin
Brisbane
Canberra, Melbourne, Sydney
Guam, Port Moresby
Hobart
Vladivostok
Magadan, Solomon Is., New Caledonia
Auckland, Wellington
Fiji, Kamchatka, Marshall Is..
Nuku’alofa
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Technology
Video Inputs (BNC)
Video Outputs (BNC)
Audio Inputs (RCA)
NTSC/PAL
Network
Protocols
Ethernet
Video
Video Compression
Video Resolution
Video Viewing
Serial Port
COM port
Connectors
GPIO
Digital Input
Relay Output
Technical Specifications
1
1
1 MIC-in port, 1 line-in port
Auto-sensing or Manual
TCP, UDP, HTTP, SMTP, FTP, NTP, DHCP, RTP, RTSP, DNS,
DDNS, IGMP, UPnP, PPPoE and SNMP
Auto sensing 10/100 Mbps
MPEG4
NTSC: Up to 30 frames at 176 x 120
Up to 30 frames at 352 x 240
Up to 10 frames at 640 x 480 or 704 x 480
Up to 25 frames at 176 x 144
PAL:
Up to 25 frames at 352 x 288
Up to 8 frames at 640 x 480 or 704 x 576
Adjustable image size and quality
B/W or Color control
Timestamp and text overlay
1 (max. 115.2 Kbps)
RS-232: Male DB9
RS-485: Terminal Block for Data +, Data -
2 (max. 12 VDC @ 50 mA)
2 (max. 24 VDC @ 1A, 125 VAC @ 0.5A)
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Technical Specifications
LED Indicators
PW1
PW2
FAULT
VIDEO
AUDIO
SERIAL
Power 1
Power 2
Power failure
Video communication active
Audio communication active
COM port status
Power
Input
Consumption
12 to 45 VDC
7.5W
Mechanical
Casing
Dimensions (W x D x H)
Weight
Installation
IP30 protection, metal case
53.6 x 135 x 105 mm (2.1 x 5.3 x 4.1 in.)
790 g
DIN-Rail or wall mounting
Environmental
Operating Temperature
Storage Temperature
Ambient Relative Humidity
Regulatory Approvals
Safety
WARRANTY
0 to 60°C (32 to 140°F)
-40 to 75°C (-40 to 167°F) for -T models
-40 to 85°C (-40 to 185°F)
5 to 95% (non-condensing)
CE, FCC
5 years
Alarm Features
y Video Motion Detection with sensitivity
y Daily repeat timing schedule
y 3 color JPEG images for pre/trigger/post alarm image storage
y Automatic transfer of stored images via email or FTP with event-triggered actions
User level password protection
Security
Viewing System Requirements
y Internet Explorer 4.x or above
y Netscape Navigator 4.x or above
Software Bundled Free
MOXA SoftDVR Lite
1- to 4-ch IP Surveillance Software for viewing & recording
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Appendix E
Service Information
This appendix shows you how to contact Moxa for information about this and other products, and
how to report problems.
In this appendix, we cover the following topics.
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MOXA Internet Services
Problem Report Form
Product Return Procedure
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Service Information
MOXA Internet Services
Customer satisfaction is our number one concern, and to ensure that customers receive the full
benefit of our products, Moxa Internet Services has been set up to provide technical support, driver
updates, product information, and user’s manual updates.
The following services are provided
E-mail for technical [email protected]
World Wide Web (WWW) Site for product information:
.............................http://www.moxa.com
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Service Information
Problem Report Form
MOXA VPort 3310
Customer name:
Company:
Tel:
Fax:
Email:
Date:
1.
Moxa Product: † VPort 3310
2.
Serial Number:
† VPort 3310-T
_________________
Problem Description: Please describe the symptoms of the problem as clearly as possible, including any error
messages you see. A clearly written description of the problem will allow us to reproduce the symptoms, and
expedite the repair of your product.
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Service Information
Product Return Procedure
For product repair, exchange, or refund, the customer must:
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Provide evidence of original purchase.
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Obtain a Product Return Agreement (PRA) from the sales representative or dealer.
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Fill out the Problem Report Form (PRF). Include as much detail as possible for a shorter
product repair time.
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Carefully pack the product in an anti-static package, and send it, pre-paid, to the dealer. The
PRA should be visible on the outside of the package, and include a description of the problem,
along with the return address and telephone number of a technical contact.
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