Network. Samsung svr-945, svr-1680c, SVR-1645, svr-480, SVR-PC, SVR-3200, SVR-1660C, SVR-960C

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- Attaching Image Files

For a Normal event log, the system sends an e-mail attached with an image of the event channel along with the event information including the sensor, movement detection, and object disappearance.

For a System event log, the system sends only the event information because the channel pairing option is not available.

6.8 Network

This sets network information when connecting the DVR to a network.



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This is used to select the network type (Ethernet/xDSL) connected to the DVR. Select Ethernet when the DVR is connected to dedicated line, cable modem or LAN.

Select xDSL when the DVR is connected to a PPPoE-type xDSL line. However, if the xDSL line is not of the PPPoE type, you must select Ethernet.


Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP) manages host addresses on a network. All the hosts on a LAN use this protocol to share limited IP addresses when accessing the Internet. In other words, a DHCP server allocates dynamic IP addresses to all the hosts on the LAN.

If the LAN has its DHCP server and the DHCP menu item is enabled, the DHCP server allocates an IP address to the DVR.

'DHCP' is used on a LAN with a DHCP server installed. Generally, small and large LANs have

DHCP servers while small LANs use Network Address Translation (NAT) from a hub or router.

IP Addr

IP Address is used for communication between the DVR and Network Manager, and is also used when Webviewer accesses the DVR. This is available only when Net Mask and Gateway are set.

Net Mask

Net Mask specifies a range of IP addresses and enables IP addresses in the range to communicate. Net Mask should be allocated by a network administrator.


Gateway must be specified to enable IP addresses to communicate and should be allocated by a network administrator.


DNS1 must be specified to register the DVR to SWR while DNS Address should be allocated by a network administrator.

Additional DNS

Additional DNS is used to replace DNS1 when it is unstable or has a problem.



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Port is used to register to SWR, connect to Network Manager, or connect to Webviewer.

The default port is 4000. Be careful about the port entry when a PPPoE modem

Internet sharing device are in use.

Bandwidth Limit (Mbps)

This sets the maximum transmission speed of data outputted from the DVR, or the data transmission capability of the DVR. This may be left blank. Ask your network administrator to specify it when necessary.

6.8.1 xDSL

If the DVR is connected to xDSL and uses PPPoE, set Type to xDSL and specify a user ID and password. You must use the user ID and password given when you subscribed to the xDSL service.

User ID/Password

If the DVR is connected to xDSL, you must specify a user ID and password.


This shows the connection status of the DVR.

6.8.2 DDNS

If the DVR is connected to a cable modem or an xDSL modem, a new IP address will be assigned each time the device connects to the ISP. In such a case, the user may not be able to find out the DVR's IP address. By registering a DVR with a dynamic IP address to a DDNS


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server, the DVR's IP may be identified by connecting to the DDNS server.

To register a dynamic IP address to a DDNS, follow the instructions shown below.

DDNS Registration procedure

1) Sign up at iPOLiS homepage.

- The homepage URL is []

- Accept the terms and conditions, SIGN UP page: check ID availability

2) Register the product after sign up.

- Log on to iPOLiS website


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- Product List (If you didn’t register products, there are no list)

- Product Registration (

Check ID availability

), Information regarding the registered

products may be reviewed from the list


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3) Configure the product for DDNS

From the DVR's Network Setup menu, configure the settings as shown below. Select Menu and

Network to prompt a screen similar to the illustration shown below. Set DDNS to "On" and input the DDNS address in 'DDNS SERVER DOMAIN NAME'. (The default value is For ID and PW, use the user ID (domain) and password used in iPOLiS product registration process.

This concludes the necessary configurations to the DVR for DDNS connection.

4) The connection status of product can be checked on the product list.


- The Product list will display status 'On' for the connected device

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[VIEW]: See the log-in page of selected product

[Edit]/ [Delete]: Edit/Delete the selected product

Once the product has been registered, its ID (domain) may not be changed. When the product’s ID needs to be changed, the product’s registration must be reset. Register the product again with the new ID.

To register a fixed IP address to a DDNS, follow the instructions shown below.


To maintain continuous registration status, a registration cycle must be assigned from "Interval".


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A dynamic IP address will renew the relevant data from the DDNS per each interval. If the user sets the registration interval to "Disabled" or the DVR does not upload any information over two days, information regarding the DVR will be removed from the DDNS database.


This menu is used to configure the server address to be registered. The address of the SWR is


Use the ID for the DDNS login.


Use the password for the DDNS login.


The DVR's registration status is indicated. "Not Registered" means that the DVR is not registered to the DDNS. "Date/Time & OK" means that the DVR has been registered to the


6.8.3 NTP

Network Time Protocol (NTP) synchronizes time between devices on network. On a network, there is a server that provides the base time and clients that receive the time from the server for synchronization.

Sync With NTP



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