AVN806 IR NETWORK CAMERA SERIES
AVN806 IR
NETWORK CAMERA SERIES
ADVANCED NETWORK SETUP
Please read instructions thoroughly before operation and retain it for future reference.
n806_network_V0.9
IMPORTANT SAFEGUARD
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our manufacture processes and products are strictly “lead-free” and without the hazardous
substances cited in the directive.
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must be collected separately at the product end-of-life. This applies to your product and
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municipal waste. Contact your local dealer for procedures for recycling this equipment.
This apparatus is manufactured to comply with the radio interference requirements.
Federal Communications Commission Interference Statement
This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital service, pursuant to
Part 15 of the FCC rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful
interference in a residential installation.
Any changes or modifications made to this equipment may void the user’s authority to operate this equipment.
This equipment generates, uses, and can radiate radio frequency energy. If not installed and used in
accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is
no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this equipment does cause harmful
interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the equipment off and on, the
user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures:
Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna.
Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver.
Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected.
Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help.
FCC Caution: Any changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for
compliance could void the user's authority to operate this equipment.
 All external cables connecting to this basic unit must be shielded.
For cables connecting to PCMCIA cards, see the option manual or installation instructions.
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This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions:
(1) This device mat not cause harmful interference, and
(2) This device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired
operation.
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This product doesn’t have a standby / off mode.
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This product contains codes which are developed by Third-Party-Companies and which
are subject to the GNU General Public License (“GPL”) or the GNU Lesser Public License
(“LGPL”).
The GPL Code used in this product is released without warranty and is subject to the
copyright of the corresponding author.
Further source codes which are subject to the GPL-licenses are available upon request.
We are pleased to provide our modifications to the Linux Kernel, as well as a few new
commands, and some tools to get you into the code. The codes are provided on the FTP
site, and please download them from the following site or you can refer to your distributor:
http://download.dvrtw.com.tw/GPL/076D_Series/arm-linux-2.6.tar.gz
TABLE OF CONTENTS
1. CAMERA NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS ........................................................................................ 5
1.1 Assemble & Install Camera ....................................................................................................................... 5
1.2 Understand How Your Laptop / Computer Connect to Internet ................................................................. 5
1.3 Wireless Router + Modem......................................................................................................................... 6
1.3.1 Configure on Laptop / PC.................................................................................................................................6
1.3.2 Configure on iPhone / iPad ..............................................................................................................................8
1.4 Router + Modem ..................................................................................................................................... 10
1.5 Modem / Hub + Modem........................................................................................................................... 12
1.6 Change Default Account ......................................................................................................................... 14
1.6.1 From Web Browser ........................................................................................................................................14
1.6.2 From iPhone / iPad ........................................................................................................................................15
2. BEFORE YOU START TO USE ........................................................................................................ 16
APPENDIX 1 CHANGE IP ADDRESS OF YOUR LAPTOP / PC .......................................................... 17
APPENDIX 2 MOBILE SURVEILLANCE VIA EAGLEEYES ................................................................. 20
A2.1 Prerequisites ......................................................................................................................................... 20
A2.2 Where to download ............................................................................................................................... 20
APPENDIX 3 ENABLE PUSH VIDEO................................................................................................... 21
A3.1 What’s Push Video................................................................................................................................ 21
A3.2 Prerequisites ......................................................................................................................................... 21
A3.3 Enable Push Video ............................................................................................................................... 21
A5.3.1 From iPhone / iPad ......................................................................................................................................21
A4.3.2 From Android Mobile Device........................................................................................................................22
APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING .............................................................................. 23
APPENDIX 5 Q&A ................................................................................................................................ 24
1. CAMERA NETWORK CONFIGURATIONS
Please follow the instructions below to finish camera installation and network configurations.
You may configure the network connection of this network camera with your laptop / computer, or with your iPhone®
or iPad® based on your network environment.
1.1 Assemble & Install Camera
Step1: Fasten the base of the bracket (the round one) to where the camera is installed.
Step2: Assemble the bracket and the camera, and adjust the viewing angle of the camera.
Note: The tilt angle of the camera is limited to 30 degrees, and the right/left pan angle is limited to 15
degrees each.
Step3: Connect the supplied power adapter to the camera’s power jack (DC 5V / 2A) on the rear panel and the power
outlet.
Step4: Continue to proceed network configurations as instructed in the following sections.
1.2 Understand How Your Laptop / Computer Connect to Internet
Then, connect your network camera directly to your wireless router / router / hub / modem with a network cable,
and power it on.
Note: Check
(LAN) status indicator is always on, not blinking. If it’s blinking, check your RJ45
network cable and ensure it’s not disconnected or defect.
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If you’re using:
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Wireless router + modem, please refer to “1.3 Wireless Router + Modem”.
Router + modem, please refer to “1.4 Router + Modem”.
Modem or modem + hub, please refer to “1.5 Modem / Hub + Modem”.
For your account safety, it’s recommended to change the default account setting.
Change Default Account” at page 14.
For details, please refer to “1.6
1.3 Wireless Router + Modem
You may use your laptop / PC, or your iPhone / iPad to complete the network configuration of the camera.
1.3.1 Configure on Laptop / PC
Before configuring this camera on your laptop / PC, make sure:
 Your Windows operating system is Windows 7, Vista or XP.
 (Recommended) Your wireless router supports UPnP, and this function is enabled.
Note: If your wireless router doesn’t support UPnP, you need to additionally access your router for port
forwarding. For details, please refer to “APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page
23.
 You have noted down the IP address of your router, and the assigned IP address(es) and port(s) of other
devices connected to the same router.
Note: For details, please refer to the user manual of your wireless router, or check with your installer.
 You have downloaded “IPScan.exe” in your laptop / PC.
Note: Please download “IPScan.exe” from www.surveillance-download.com/user/n806.swf.
Step1: Connect your laptop / PC to the wireless network with the camera connected.
Laptop or PC
with
P Scan Tool
program
LAN Port
WAN Port
Wireless
Router
Modem
Devices connected with a RJ45 network cable
Devices connected wirelessly
Step2: Open “IPScan.exe” ( ) to search your camera, and:
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Note down the IP address and port number after search, such as “192.168.2.25” and “88” in our example.
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Select the IP address, and click “Configure” to note down the gateway IP address. It’s the address of your wireless router,
and you might need it later for port forwarding.
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Change the port you’re using for this camera to other value (such as “8080”) in “Web Port” if you know the default port
number “88” is blocked by your Internet service provider or phone carrier. Then, enter the user name (admin) and
password (admin) to confirm.
The number of “80” is not recommended to use since some Internet service providers and phone carriers might block the
use of “80”.
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Step3: Open Internet Explorer on your laptop / computer, and enter the IP address and port number you just
found in the URL column to access this camera.
The format is http://ipaddress:portnum, such as http://192.168.2.25:88 in our example.
In the login page, enter the user name, password, and security code to access.
Note: Please skip the wizard.
Step4: Go to “Config.”  “DDNS”, and enable the DDNS service.
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If your router supports UPnP, please proceed Step5.
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If your router doesn’t support UPnP, note down the host name, such as MAC000e531d6ff1.ddns.eagleeyes.tw, and click
“Save”. Then, access your wireless router for port forwarding as instructed in “APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT
FORWARDING” at page 23.
Step5: Go to “UPnP”, and enable the UPnP service.
Then, enable “Port Mapping”, and click “Save” to start port mapping automatically.
When the configurations are saved successfully, you’ll see a message indicating the IP address and port
number assigned to your camera.
Note down the IP address and port number, and log out the camera.
Check your connection
Step1: Connect your laptop / PC to Internet with the wireless network other than the one camera is connected.
Step2: Enter the IP address or host name you just noted down and the port number in the URL address box of
the web browser, and see if you can enter the login page of the camera successfully.
The format is “http://ipaddress:portnum” or “http://hostname:portnum”.
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1.3.2 Configure on iPhone / iPad
Before configuring this camera on iPhone / iPad, make sure:
 You have installed our mobile program, EagleEyes-Lite or EagleEyes-Plus, on your iPhone or iPad. For
details, please refer to “APPENDIX 2 MOBILE SURVEILLANCE VIA EAGLEEYES” at page 20.
Note: EagleEyes HD for iPad doesn’t support network configuration. Please install EagleEyes-Lite or
EagleEyes-Plus on your iPad instead.
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(Recommended) Your wireless router supports UPnP, and this function is enabled.
Note: If your wireless router doesn’t support UPnP, you need to additionally access your router for port
forwarding. For details, please refer to “APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page
23.
 Your camera is connected to your wireless router with a RJ45 network cable, and it’s powered on.
(LAN) status indicator is always on, not blinking. If it’s blinking, check your RJ45
Note: Check
network cable and ensure it’s not disconnected or defect.
 You have checked the IP address used by your wireless router with the camera connected as instructed
below, and written it down. You’ll need it later.
Connect your iPhone / iPad to the wireless router with the camera connected, and go to “Settings”  “Wi-Fi”.
Select “>” near the selected wireless network to enter the details.
The IP address shown in “Router” is the IP address used by your wireless router. In the following example,
the IP address of your router is 192.168.2.1.
Note: This address will be needed when you want to access your router for port forwarding later.
Step1: Connect your iPhone to the wireless router which has the camera connected.
Step2: Open “EagleEyes” on your iPhone or iPad.
In the address book, click “+” to add new device. Then, select “Local Network Search” to search your
network camera. You’ll see an IP address assigned by your router.
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Note: If you can’t find the camera, make sure your LAN status indicator ( ) is always on, and search
again after 3 minutes.
If you connect two or more cameras to the wireless router, you’ll see many cameras with different IP
addresses after searching. To know which camera you’re configuring, you may identify each with its
unique MAC address.
Note: The MAC address can be found on the sticker at the rear panel of the camera.
Step3: Select the IP address you want to configure to
show the IP address setting page.
Switch the tab from “DHCP” to “Static”.
The default port number is 88. You may change it
to any value (such as 8080) if the port number of
88 is blocked.
Step4: Select “Apply” to confirm all your changes. Then,
wait till you see “Done” or “Fail” in “Status”.
Regardless which message you see, proceed as
instructed below:
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For Done, you’ll return to the new device page.
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” on the top right side. You’ll later
For Fail, select “
be prompted to select “DDNS” or “Local IP”. Select
“DDNS” and return to the new device page.
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Step5: In the new device page, give a meaningful name for this connection in
“Title”, and click “Save”.
Please continue with configuring port forwarding as instructed in
“APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page 23.
Check your connection
Step1: Switch the network mode to 3G mode on iPhone or iPad.
Step2: Start EagleEyes, and select the connection you just added to see if you can access the camera
successfully.
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If yes, your network setup is successfully.
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If no, go to Step3.
Step3: Switch your network mode to wireless mode on iPhone or iPad.
Step4: Start EagleEyes, and add a new connection with the IP address (e.g. 192.168.2.25) and the port number
(e.g. 88). Then, try this connection and see if you can access the camera successfully.
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If yes, go for port forwarding setting as instructed in “APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page 23.
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If no, return to Step1 in “1.2.2 Configuring on iPhone / iPad” and re-configure the network again.
1.4 Router + Modem
You may use your laptop / PC to complete the network configuration of the camera.
Before configuring this camera on your laptop / PC, make sure:
 Your Windows operating system is Windows 7, Vista or XP.
 (Recommended) Your router supports UPnP, and this function is enabled.
Note: If your wireless router doesn’t support UPnP, you need to additionally access your router for port
forwarding. For details, please refer to “APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page
23.
 You have noted down the IP address of your router.
Note: For details, please refer to the user manual of your router, or check with your installer.
 You have downloaded “IPScan.exe” in your laptop / PC.
Note: Please download “IPScan.exe” from www.surveillance-download.com/user/n806.swf.
Step1: Connect your laptop / PC to the router.
Laptop or PC
with
P Scan Tool
program
LAN Port
WAN Port
Router
Modem
Devices connected with a RJ45 network cable
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Step2: Open “IPScan.exe” ( ) to search your camera, and:

Note down the IP address and port number after search, such as “192.168.2.25” and “88” in our example.

Select the IP address, and click “Configure” to note down the gateway IP address. It’s the address of your wireless router,
and you might need it later for port forwarding.

Change the port you’re using for this camera to other value (such as “8080”) in “Web Port” if you know the default port
number “88” is blocked by your Internet service provider or phone carrier. Then, enter the user name (admin) and
password (admin) to confirm.
The number of “80” is not recommended to use since some Internet service providers and phone carriers might block the
use of “80”.
Step3: Open Internet Explorer on your laptop / computer, and enter the IP address and port number you just
found in the URL column to access this camera.
The format is http://ipaddress:portnum, such as http://192.168.2.25:88 in our example.
In the login page, enter the user name, password, and security code to access.
Note: Please skip the wizard.
Step4: Go to “Config.”  “DDNS”, and enable the DDNS service.
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If your router supports UPnP, please proceed Step5.
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If your router doesn’t support UPnP, click “Save”, and access your router for port forwarding as instructed in “APPENDIX 4
CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING” at page 23.
Step5: Go to “UPnP”, and enable the UPnP service.
Then, enable “Port Mapping”, and click “Save” to start port mapping.
When the configurations are saved successfully, you’ll see a message indicating the IP address and port
number assigned to your device.
Note down the IP address and port number, and log out the camera.
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Check your connection
Step1: Open your web browser, e.g. Internet Explorer.
Step2: Enter the IP address or host name you just noted down and the port number in the URL address box of
the web browser, and see if you can access the login page of the camera successfully.
The format is “http://ipaddress:portnum” or “http://hostname:portnum”.
1.5 Modem / Hub + Modem
You may use your laptop / PC to complete the network configuration of the camera.
Before configuring this camera on your laptop / PC, make sure:
 Your Windows operating system is Windows 7, Vista or XP.
 You have changed the IP address of your laptop / PC to “192.168.1.xxx”, where xxx could be 0~255 except
10.
Note: To know how to change the IP address of your laptop / PC, please refer to “APPENDIX 1 CHANGE
IP ADDRESS OF YOUR LAPTOP / PC” at page 17.
Step1: LAN Connection
192.168.1.xxx
(1~255 except 10)
Laptop or PC
Step2: Network Connection
Laptop or PC
with
P Scan Tool
program
LAN Port
WAN Port
Hub
(Optional)
Modem
Devices connected with a RJ45 network cable
Step1: Disconnect your laptop / PC from the hub or modem, and connect it to this camera with a network cable.
Note: Make sure the IP address of your laptop / PC is changed to “192.168.1.xxx” (1~255 except 10).
To know how to change, please refer to “APPENDIX 1 CHANGE IP ADDRESS OF YOUR LAPTOP /
PC” at page 17.
Step2: Open the web browser, such as Internet Explorer, on your laptop / PC, and enter “http://192.168.1.10:88”
on the URL column to access this camera.
In the login page, enter the user name, password, and security code to access.
Note: The default user name and password for remote access are both “admin”.
Step3: The wizard starts to analyze your network environment. When it’s completed, select “One Step Wizard” to
enter the quick camera setting page.
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Item
Description
Account
Change your default account password if needed.
This change can also be made in “Config.”  “General”  “Account”.
Date and Time
Check and select the current date and time.
Network
Configure your network setting based on the network type you’re using. For
details, please refer to the next step.
Step4: In “Network”, configure the network setting of your camera based on the network type you’re using.
There’re three types: Static IP, PPPOE and DHCP.
For Static IP:
a) Enter the information of “Server IP”, “Gateway” and “Net Mask” obtained from your ISP (Internet
Service Provider).
b) Enter the port number. The valid number ranges from 1 to 9999. The default value is 88.
c) Click “Save” to save your network configurations, and log out.
d) Disconnect your camera and your PC, and connect them to Internet separately. Then, enter the IP
address you just note down in the URL address box of the web browser, and see if you can access
the camera successfully.
For PPPOE:
a) Enter the user name and password obtained from your ISP, and click “Save”.
b) Continue the DDNS setting as instructed in Step5.
For DHCP:
a) Before selecting this option, you need to finish the DHCP router settings first.
b) Get a router and connect it to the Internet via your PC (with Static IP or PPPoE setting). There are
different setting methods for different routers. Please refer to their respective user manuals.
c) Continue the DDNS setting as instructed in Step5.
Step5: (Optional) Click “DDNS” (
) to continue setting for PPPOE and DHCP.
a) Enable DDNS.
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b) Select “eagleeyes” in “System Name”.
c) In “Hostname”, keep the default value, i.e. the MAC address of this camera. Then, note down the
whole address of the camera, for example, MAC000e531d6ff1.ddns.eagleeyes.tw.
d) (Optional) Enter your email address to receive messages from the DDNS server.
Note: Please at least use the default address to access your network camera remotely once. This is to
ensure our DDNS server has your camera registered. Then, you may change the host name to a
more meaningful name to memorize later here.
e) Click “Save”, and log out.
Check your connection
Step1: Disconnect your camera and your laptop / PC, and connect them to Internet separately.
Note: If you changed the IP address of your laptop / PC for LAN connection, remember to restore it
back for Internet access to work properly.
Step2:Enter the host name you just noted down and the port number in the URL address box of the web browser,
and see if you can access the login page of the camera successfully.
The format is “http://hostname:portnum”.
1.6 Change Default Account
To ensure your account safety, please access the camera after network configuration to change the default user
name and password with new one you prefer.
1.6.1 From Web Browser
Log into the camera, and select “Config.”  “General”  “Account”.
Select the default account “admin”, and click “Edit” to change the default password.
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1.6.2 From iPhone / iPad
Log into the camera, and click “
” on the top right corner to enter the system configuration page.
Select “Advance Setup”  “Account”. Then, select the default account “admin”, and click “Edit” to modify the
default password, or
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2. BEFORE YOU START TO USE
After you finish network configurations, it’s recommended to adjust the video images if needed.
Below assumes you’re using Internet Explorer to access the camera.
Note: For iPhone users, please access the camera, and select
on the top right corner of the live
view to enter the configuration page.
 To adjust the clearness of the video, rotate the camera lens manually.
 To slightly adjust the color of the video, in the live page of your web browser, click “Config” on the top right side of the
browser to open the configuration page.
Then, click “Camera”  “Color” to adjust the brightness / contrast / hue / saturation of the video images, as
shown below.
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APPENDIX 1 CHANGE IP ADDRESS OF YOUR LAPTOP / PC
For LAN connection with this network camera, you need to change the IP address of your laptop / PC to
192.168.1.xxx (1~255, except 10) first.
Note: Before changing the IP address, make sure you note down the original IP address setting of your
laptop / PC. You need to restore the IP address setting when you complete the network
configuration of this camera.
For Windows XP users:
a) Select “start”  “Control Panel”  “Network and Internet Connections”  “Network Connections” (If
you’re in “Category View”).
b) In “LAN or High-Speed Internet”, right-click on “Local Area Connection”, and select “Properties”.
Note: If your local area connection is not enabled, please also enable it.
c) In the “General” tab, select “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP)”, and select “Properties”.
d) In the “General” tab, select “Use the following IP address”, and set the IP address to “192.168.1.XXX”
(XXX can be any value from 1~255 except 10).
Note: It’s recommended to note down the current settings first and then change as instructed. It’s
helpful when you need to restore the PC network settings for connecting to Internet later.
e) Click “OK” to close the “Internet Protocol (TCP/IP) Properties” dialog box. Then, click “Close” to close the
“Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box.
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For Windows Vista users:
a) Select “ ” (start)  “Control Panel”  “Network and Internet” to enter the “Network and Sharing Center”.
Then, click “Manage network connections” (If you’re in “Category View”).
b) Right-click on “Local Area Connection”, and select “Properties”.
Note: If your local area connection is not enabled, please also enable it.
c) In the “Networking” tab, select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”, and select “Properties”.
d) In the “General” tab, select “Use the following IP address”, and set the IP address as described below.
Note: It’s recommended to note down the current settings first and then change as instructed. It’s
helpful when you need to restore the PC network settings for connecting to Internet later.
e) Click “OK” to close the “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties” dialog box. Then, click “Close”
to close the “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box.
For Windows 7 users:
a) Select “ ” (start)  “Control Panel”  “Network and Internet” to enter the “Network and Sharing Center”.
Then, click “Change adapter settings”.
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b) Right-click on “Local Area Connection”, and select “Properties”.
Note: If your local area connection is not enabled, please also enable it.
c) In the “Networking” tab, select “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4)”, and select “Properties”.
d) In the “General” tab, select “Use the following IP address”, and set the IP address as described below.
Note: It’s recommended to note down the current settings first and then change as instructed. It’s
helpful when you need to restore the PC network settings for connecting to Internet later.
e) Click “OK” to close the “Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) Properties” dialog box. Then, click “Close”
to close the “Local Area Connection Properties” dialog box.
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APPENDIX 2 MOBILE SURVEILLANCE VIA EAGLEEYES
EagleEyes is a mobile phone program used with our surveillance system for remote surveillance. It has several
advantages:
 It’s free (Except EagleEyes Plus for iPhone).
 It’s compatible with several popular mobile platforms, such as iPhone, iPad and Android.
It’s easy to download, install and configure. For more details about configuring and operating this program, please
visit our official website www.eagleeyescctv.com.
A2.1 Prerequisites
Before installing EagleEyes to your mobile phone for remote surveillance, make sure you have checked the
following:
 Your mobile platform is iPhone, iPad & Android.
 Mobile Internet services are subscribed and available to use for your mobile phone.
Note: You might be charged for Internet access via wireless or 3G networks. For the Internet access
rate details, please check with your local network operator or service provider.
 You have noted down the IP address, port number, user name and password used to access your network
camera from Internet.
A2.2 Where to download
Connect to www.eagleeyescctv.com from your mobile phone, and sign in.
Note: Please DO NOT try to download EagleEyes from your computer.
Then, select “Software” and the mobile platform of your phone to download EagleEyes to your phone.
 For Android & iPad, select the download link from the website to start downloading.
 For iPhone, two versions of EagleEyes are available:
-- EagleEyes Plus (US$4.99), and
-- EagleEyes Lite (Free).
Select the version you want, and you’ll be directed to “App Store” to download the application.
Note: You can also find EagleEyes on “App Store” from your iPhone. Go to “App Store”, and select
“Search”. Enter the keyword “eagleeyes” to find and download the version you want.
When the download is completed, EagleEyes will be installed automatically to the location where all
applications are saved in your phone by default, or where you specify.
Note: For more details about configuring and operating this program, please visit our official website
www.eagleeyescctv.com.
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APPENDIX 3 ENABLE PUSH VIDEO
A3.1 What’s Push Video
“Push Video” is an active notification system, different from traditional FTP & Email notification methods. It’s more
active and stable, but also easier to be affected by your network bandwidth.
When “Push Video” is enabled and any human detection event occurs, you’ll be able to receive notifications on your
iPhone / iPad / Android mobile device within 5 seconds.
You may also configure the camera to send notifications for other alarm events when your camera has an external
alarm device connected. For details, please refer to “4.6.2 Push Video” in “Operation Guide” from
www.surveillance-download.com/user/n812.swf.
A3.2 Prerequisites
Before configure Push Video, make sure you have checked the following:
 You have an iPhone / iPad / Android mobile device with our self-developed program, “EagleEyes”, installed.
For details, please refer to “A2.2 Where to download” at page 20.
 You have configured the IP address of your camera in the EagleEyes address book, and it’s accessible from
your iPhone / iPad / Android mobile device.
A3.3 Enable Push Video
A5.3.1 From iPhone / iPad
Step1: In the iPhone / iPad main menu, select “Settings”  “Notifications”.
-- Make sure “Notifications” is set to “ON”.
-- Select “EagleEyes”, and make sure its settings are set to “ON”.
Step2: Open “EagleEyes”, and switch the Push Video button to “ON”. You’ll receive the message indicating that
Push Notification (Push Video) is on.
Step3: Return to the main menu of your iPhone / iPad. You’ll receive event notifications when there’s a human
detection event. Select “View” to immediately play the recorded clip.
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A4.3.2 From Android Mobile Device
In the address book, switch “Guard” from “OFF” to “ON”.
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APPENDIX 4 CONFIGURE PORT FORWARDING
You need to additionally access your router for port forwarding when your router doesn’t support UPnP. Each router
has different setting page. Here we’re taking D-Link wireless router as an example.
Step1: Access your router for port forwarding.

If you’re configuring the camera with laptop / PC or iPhone / iPad over wireless network, open your web browser, e.g. Internet
Explorer or Safari, and enter the IP address of your router.
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If you’re configuring the camera with laptop / PC over LAN, disconnect the camera and connect to your router. Then, open your
browser, e.g. Internet Explorer, and enter the IP address of your router.
Step2: In the router setting interface, go to the port forwarding (or virtual server) rule configuration page.
Note: The naming of port forwarding or virtual server may vary based on different router brands. To
know where it is, please refer to the user manual of your router.
Then, enter the IP address and port number you set for your camera, and enable this rule.
Take D-Link router as an example:
Go to “ADVANCED”  “PORT FORWARDING”.
IP Address:
The IP address of the camera, such as 192.168.2.25.
Ports to Open:
The port number you set for the camera.
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APPENDIX 5 Q&A
For more details about EagleEyes Q&A, please visit our official website: www.eagleeyescctv.com/supp_QnA.aspx.
Question
I can connect to this camera in my house
or office where it’s installed with wireless
network.
But when I leave my house or office, I
can’t connect to it from my mobile phone
(with 3G network), or other PC
(connected to Internet). Why?
My live images are not fluent. Why?
My image is vague. Why?
Answer
You didn’t configure this camera to Internet, but only in LAN.
Please follow the steps in the advanced network setup guide to
complete network configurations, or it’s recommended for you to check
with your local installer or reseller for this service because it’s usually
hard for a person who doesn’t have network knowledge to set network
configurations.
Image fluency could be affected by the local network upload
bandwidth, router efficiency, client network download bandwidth,
complexity of live view, and more.
(Recommended) To have the best image fluency, select QVGA; to
have the best image quality, select “SXVGA”; to have normal image
fluency and quality, select “VGA”.
The camera might lose its focus. Please rotate the lens to adjust.
Please try adjusting the power line frequency to “60 Hz” or “50 Hz” for
the camera.
The live video keeps flickering. Why?
For iPhone users, access the camera, and select “
” on the top
right corner to enter IPCAM Configuration page. Then, go to “Advance
Setup”  “Camera” to change setting.
For access from Internet Explorer, log into the camera, and select
“Config.”  “Camera”  “Video”.
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