Chapter 1. SurveOne

Chapter 1. SurveOne
SurveOne
User Manual
Release 1.0
About This Document
This manual introduces SurveOne, the Web-based Easy System Management Tool
and describes how to use it, providing an overview of SurveOne functionality for
monitoring the health of the NVR and the cameras.
Version History
Ver Version
1.0
Description
Date
Initial release
Oct. 2015
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Table of Contents
Copyright Statement ................................................................ 3
Disclaimer ............................................................................ 3
Trademarks........................................................................... 3
Table of Contents .............................................................................. 4
Chapter 1. SurveOne .......................................................................... 5
1.1. Installation ........................................................................... 5
1.2. Login ................................................................................ 14
1.3. Overview ........................................................................... 15
1.4. Monitor ............................................................................. 22
Device ............................................................................... 22
Network............................................................................. 23
Storage.............................................................................. 23
1.5. Workflow ........................................................................... 25
Enable Web Server / DDNS ....................................................... 26
Back Up Configuration ............................................................ 29
NVR Multiple IP Setup ............................................................ 30
Copy Configuration to Multiple Cameras....................................... 31
Backup Configuration ............................................................. 32
1.6. Event Log ........................................................................... 34
Search ............................................................................... 34
Export ............................................................................... 35
Chapter 1. SurveOne
SurveOne is a smart web-based system health check tool.
The health of the
overall systems, including NVRs, cameras, and storage is constantly monitored to
achieve the system stability. SurveOne can also simplify setup allowing users to
copy the hardware configurations and apply them to other devices to save time and
efforts. For easy maintenance, the 3 level-classified real-time event logs, critical
errors, errors and warnings, help users to take action efficiently, and thus mitigate
risks and reduce losses.
1.1. Installation
Once you have the software file, click to install and follow the installation steps.
The system will warn you that you’ll need to have the administrator privilege as
install on Window 7.
After confirmation, you can start the installation.
1. The installation wizard started. Click Next.
2. Accept the terms in the license agreement and click Next.
3. Accept and click Next.
4. See if there’s any information you’d like to change, if not click Next.
5. Select the setup type, typical or custom and click Next.
If you are not sure which one to select, it is recommended to select Typical.
6. See if you’d like to change the destination folder, click Change, if not click
Next.
7. Click Install to start the installation.
8. When the installation wizard completed, click Finish.
9. Then the SurveOne Installation Wizard will start. Click Next.
10. Input the port which is not occupied and click Next.
11. Select the setup type, Typical or Advanced and then click Next.
If you are not sure which one to select, it is recommended to select Typical.
12. Start to install the SurveOne.
13. Once the installation is complete, click Finish.
14. Restart your computer to activate the changes. Click Finish to exit.
15. After the installation is done and your computer is restarted. On your desktop
you’ll find an IE browser icon with SurveOne on it. Double click this icon to log in to
the SurveOne and start monitor the overall system status.
1.2. Login
Log in to SurveOne:
1.
Go to http://127.0.0.1:XX
(XX is the port you have setup in the
installation wizard.)
2.
Input the default username and password, admin and admin.
3.
Click LOGIN.
1.3. Overview
Real-time System Status Information - The overall status of NVRs, cameras, and
storage is displayed graphically, allowing users to grasp how the systems are at a
glance.
1.3.1. NVR Status
NVR status is classified into 3 groupings, Healthy, Warning and Error. Click on the
status to see the details.
1.3.2. NVR List
After clicking on the status, the system will take you to the NVR List to see the
detailed NVR status with information such as NVR name, model, IP address,
channels and status.
Click on the
to see the details of the NVR, including name, model, IP
address, channels, status, version, record days, and VI counts.
Click on the
Click
to remove the NVR.
and fill out the pop-up form to add NVR.
1.3.3. Camera Status
Camera status is classified into 3 groupings, Connected, Events, and Disconnected.
Click on the view all to see the details.
1.3.4. Camera List
After clicking on the view all, the system will take you to the Camera List to see the
detailed Camera status with information such as camera name, model, IP address,
and status.
Cameras under different NVR will be listed separately.
1.3.5. Events Status
NVR and camera event logs are presented in real-time and classified into 3 groups:
critical error, error, and warning, for easy management.
1.3.6. Event Log
After clicking on the Latest Events, the system will take you to the Event Log to see
the detailed event status with information such as source, severity, date/Time and
Event.
With classified event logs, users can identify which event needs to take
actions first and which not to respond to the situations more quickly and
efficiently.
Use the drop-down list to filter the specific event, such as All, Normal, Warning,
Error, Critical Error, you’d like to search and click Search or Export.
Click Export, the log you’re looking for will be copied to the notebook as shown
below.
Click on the number on the upper right corner to jump to the corresponding page to
see the log.
1.3.7. Client List
See the client information such as the client IP address and the client version here.
1.3.8. Account List
See the account information such as the account list and the status here.
1.4. Monitor
As long as there is network connectivity, users can easily monitor the system status
locally or remotely and ensure the consistent stability.
1.4.1. NVR
Device
See the connected NVR information including CPU, memory, and disk throughput
graphically.
Click on the
to bring out the following chart to learn the details.
Network
See the network status graphically.
Storage
See the storage status including disk volume, space information graphically.
1.4.2. Camera
See the connected camera information including camera name, model, IP address,
resolution, frame rate, bit rate, and status here.
Click on the
to see more details, such as camera name, model, IP address,
resolution, frame rate, bit rate, codec, and firmware version.
1.5. Workflow
Designed for easy configuration, deployment and maintenance, SurveOne allows
users to do one-time setup. Users can simply copy the NVR or camera
configurations and apply them to new devices to ease the complicated setup
process. The configurations can also be saved as backup and restored when
needed.
1.5.1. NVR
Enable Web Server / DDNS
Web Server
Follow the instruction flow on the right. Users can set up the Web server/DDNS
here. Click Enable to activate the functionalities. You can also click Advanced
Setting to fill in further information.
Enable the Web Server and click Advanced setting to fill in the following
information for the Web Server settings to use the Web Client/Mobile Client.
Note:
(1) User may just keep the default settings in the Web Server. (2) Do not
set the Web Server Port as these port numbers – 8080 (Web Stream Port),
9090 (NVR Stream Port), 2809 (NVR Server Login Port), 7735 (TV Wall Port
(2.5.0)), 7734, 1024, 9010 (Domain Broadcast Port), 9030 (Domain Client
Message Port), 9040 (Domain Console Message Port), 9050 (Domain Local
Communication Port), 9020 (Domain Remote Communication Port), 9080
(Domain Local Log Data Download Port), 9081 (Domain Remote Log Data
Download Port), 9060 (Domain Local Data Port), 9061 (Domain Remote Data
Port), 15507 (Domain Local Log Message Download Port), 15503 (Domain
Remote Log Message Download Port), 15501 (Domain Remote Log Upload
port), 15505 (Domain Local Log Upload Port), 40000 (NVR Broadcast Port),
50000 (NVR Message Port).
DDNS
DDNS (Dynamic Domain Name Server) is a protocol that enables the device to
maintain a static connection address, even when its IP changes. Access using this
feature is disabled by default. Connecting using DDNS requires registration on
third-party websites for DDNS services.
Check the Enable DDNS option and click Advanced setting to fill in valid user
name and password. You can then access the device through the registered
domain name.

Click Back to Workflow Selection to go back to the previous setting page.

Click Reset to reset settings on this page.

Click Run to execute the setups now.
Back Up Configuration
Follow the instruction flow on the right. The configurations can be saved as backup
and restored when needed to save time and effort.
1. Select Backup or Restore.
2. Select path to save the configurations.
3. Select which device you’d like to save its configurations.

Click Back to Workflow Selection to go back to the previous setting page.

Click Reset to reset settings on this page.

Click Run to execute the setups now.
NVR Multiple IP Setup
Follow the instruction flow on the right. Multiple IP addresses are supported. You
can select the Obtain IP Address Automatically or Assign the following IP Address
and input detailed information for each NVR.

Click Back to Workflow Selection to go back to the previous setting page.

Click Reset to reset settings on this page.

Click Run to execute the setups now.
1.5.2. Camera
Copy Configuration to Multiple Cameras
Follow the instruction flow on the right. The configurations can be saved as backup
and restored when needed to save time and effort.
Note: The source camera and the target camera should bear the same model and
version.
1. Select the source NVR and the cameras under this NVR.
2. Select the target NVR and the cameras under this NVR.

Click Back to Workflow Selection to go back to the previous setting page.

Click Reset to reset settings on this page.

Click Run to execute the setups now.
Backup Configuration
Follow the instruction flow on the right. The configurations can be saved as backup
and restored when needed to save time and effort.
1. Select Backup or Restore.
2. Select path to save the configurations.
3. Select which device you’d like to save its configurations.

Click Back to Workflow Selection to go back to the previous setting page.

Click Reset to reset settings on this page.

Click Run to execute the setups now.
1.6. Event Log
See the detailed event status with information such as source, severity, date/Time
and Event here.
With classified event logs, users can identify which event needs
to take actions first and which not to respond to the situations more quickly and
efficiently.
Search
Use the drop-down list to filter the specific event, such as All, Normal, Warning,
Error, Critical Error, you’d like to search and click Search or Export.
Export
Click Export, the log you’re looking for will be copied to the notebook as shown
below.
Click on the number on the upper right corner to jump to the corresponding page to
see the log.
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