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Intellinet Network Solutions 503365 User Manual

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SOHO NETWORK IP CAMERA USER MANUAL

MODEL 503365

INT-503365-UM-0407-02

Contents

section

 

page

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

1.

Introduction.........................................

1

 

7.7

View 4 Cameras Simultaneously.......

43

2.

Package Contents................................

2

 

7.8

Viewer Utility Setting.......................

44

3.

System Requirements..........................

2

 

7.8.1

Setting..........................................

45

4.

Hardware Installation........................

3

 

7.8.2

Recording.....................................

47

 

4.1

LED and Focusing.............................

3

 

7.8.3

Status...........................................

50

 

4.2

Camera Ports...................................

4

 

7.8.4

General........................................

52

 

4.3

Installation Procedure........................

5

 

7.9

Playback.......................................

54

5.

Software Installation..........................

5

 

7.10

Rotate Video..................................

57

6.

Using the Administrator Utility........

17

8.

Web Connection and Setup..............

58

 

6.1

General Setting..............................

19

 

8.1.

Camera Setting..............................

60

 

6.2

Detail Setting.................................

21

 

8.2.

Network Setting.............................

62

 

6.3

Setting Wizard..............................

30

 

8.3.

Password Setting............................

65

7.

Using the Camera Viewer.................

34

9.

Frequently Asked Questions............

66

 

7.1

Panel Introduction...........................

35

10.

Technical Specifications.....................

68

 

7.2

Camera Buttons.............................

36

 

 

 

 

 

7.3

Camera Status...............................

37

Appendix A

 

 

7.4

Control Buttons..............................

38

Router/Gateway Setup for Internet Viewing..........

70

 

7.5

Video Recording............................

40

Appendix B

 

 

7.6

Change Resolution..........................

42

Viewing via UPnP in Windows XP......................

72

1. INTRODUCTION

Thank you for choosing the INTELLINET NETWORK SOLUTIONS SOHO Network IP Camera. This Camera sends live video through the Internet to a web browser or camera viewer anywhere in the world! This compact, self-contained unit lets you keep an eye on your home, your kids, and your workplace — whatever is important to you.

How does the Camera do all of this? Unlike standard “web cams” that require an attached PC, the SOHO Network IP Camera can connect directly to a network. The Motion JPEG video compression produces a high quality, high-frame rate, 640 x 480 video stream.

The included Camera Viewer utility lets you record the video stream to your local hard drive, “live” or on a predetermined schedule.

Use the instructions in this User Manual to help you integrate the Camera into your network. These instructions should be all you need to get the most out of the SOHO Network IP Camera.

INTRODUCTION

2. PACKAGE Contents

One SOHO Network IP Camera

CD with software & user manual

Camera mounting bracket & stand

Power adapter

Network cable (3 ft./900 mm)

If Any Of The Above Items Are Missing, Please Contact Your Supplier.

3. SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

System requirements to access the SOHO Network IP Camera directly via the LAN port are:

OS System: Windows 98SE, Me, NT, 2000, XP, Server 2003

Microsoft Internet Explorer 6.x and above

ActiveX control installation

PACKAGE CONTENTS / SYSTEM REQUIREMENTS

4.HARDWARE INSTALLATION

4.1LED and Focusing

The SOHO Network IP Camera head and its focus ring allow you to modify the aim and focus of the Camera. To adjust the Camera’s focus, rotate the dark focus ring.

There are two LEDs indicating the Camera status.

Monitoring: When someone is viewing the Camera, the green LED will light.

Ready: When the Camera is powered on and ready for access, the amber LED will light.

LED

Green: Monitoring

LED

Amber: Ready

Focus Ring

Reset Button Hole

HARDWARE INSTALLATION

 

 

4.2 CAMERA PORTS

The Camera features two ports and a Reset button.

Power: The Power port is where you will connect the power adapter. LAN: The LAN port is where you will connect the Ethernet network cable.

Reset: The Reset button is what you will press if you need to reset the Camera to factory default settings. Insert a paper clip into the hole. Then press the button and hold it in for five seconds.

Power Port LAN Port

Reset Button

HARDWARE INSTALLATION

4.3INSTALLATION PROCEDURE

1.Unpack the SOHO Network IP Camera package and verify that all the items listed in the Chapter 2 are provided.

2.Connect the Camera to your network by attaching the network cable from the switch/router to the LAN port of the Camera.

3.Connect the power adapter to the Camera and plug the power adapter into a power outlet. The Camera will be powered on. When the Camera is ready, the Ready LED will turn amber in color.

Note: It is highly recommended to use the power adapter shipped with the SOHO Network IP Camera, do NOT use any other power adapter from any sources.

5. SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

Follow the simple steps below to run the Install Wizard to guide you quickly through the Installation process. The following installation is implemented in Windows XP. The installation procedures in Windows 98SE/Me/2000/Server 2003 are similar.

1.Insert the CD shipped along with the SOHO Network IP Camera into your CD-ROM drive. The “Autorun.exe” program should be executed automatically. If not, run “Autorun.exe” manually from “Autorun” folder on the CD.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

 

2.The Install Wizard will show four selections. Select the program you want to install or click “Exit” to install the program later. The following installation steps are part of “Install Administrator Utility & Camera Viewer”.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

3.The system will start the installation procedures automatically. Click “Next” to continue installation.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

 

4.If you wish to install the software program in an alternate location, click “Change”; otherwise click “Next” to move on to the next step.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

5. Click “Install” to start installing the program.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

 

6. The system will install the program automatically.

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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

7. Click “Finish” to complete the software installation.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

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8.When the installation is completed. The system will auto run the ”Administrator Utility“. On the Network IP Camera first page, the Cameras found in the network are listed in the left window. Choose the one you want to configure and click “Setting Wizard” to proceed.

“N” means the Camera is new and not configured.

B&W

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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

9. Please enter the default password “1234” and click “OK” to log in to the IP setup page.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

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10.The SOHO Network IP Camera operates through the network (TCP/IP Protocol). The IP address setting must be correct, or you will not be able to access the Camera. The wizard program will detect the IP address status of your network automatically and suggest a free IP address for the Camera. You can accept the suggested value or enter the value manually. If you enter the value manually, please be aware that the “Subnet Mask” must be the same for both the Camera and the PC. Click “Finish” to apply the configuration.

B&W Screen

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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

11.This wizard will pop up a window to ask you if you want to run the “Camera Viewer” and see the video of the Camera immediately. Select “OK” to run “Camera Viewer”.

SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

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12.The “Camera Viewer” will show the video automatically. Congratulations, you can now use the Camera through the network to view the video.

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SOFTWARE INSTALLATION

 

6. Using the Administrator Utility

The Administrator Utility allows users to search and setup the Cameras located within the Intranet or on the Internet. From the utility, users can view all the information of the selected Camera; furthermore, it provides a setting wizard to add the Camera to the network easily and promptly.

There are two ways to run the Administrator Utility as follows.

1.Click “Start”, select “Programs\IP Camera\Admin Utility” to run the utility.

2.Click the “IP Camera Admin” icon to run the utility.

USING THE ADMINISTRATOR UTILITY

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Once the utility is started, it will search all the Cameras within the network. To view additional settings, please refer to the description in the following sections.

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USING THE ADMINISTRATOR UTILITY

 

6.1 GENERAL SETTING

USING THE ADMINISTRATOR UTILITY

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LAN

Auto Discover

Clicking this button will search for the Camera within the network automatically.

Camera List

The list shows the Camera name and the setup status of the Camera.

 

means the Camera is in the default setting.

 

means the Camera is configured before.

INTERNET

 

Add

Clicking the “Add” button will create a window for you to enter the

 

IP Address of the Camera on the Internet.

Delete

Click “Delete” to delete the Camera from the list.

Camera List

The list shows the Camera name and the connect status of the Camera.

 

means the Camera is disconnected or not on the Internet.

 

means the Camera is connected.

CAMERA INFORMATION

Camera Information

It displays all information of the selected camera. The information includes

 

firmware version, network information, IP Address, UPnP setting, DDNS setting,

 

Resolution and E-mail setting, etc.

CAMERA SETTING

 

Detail Setting

Click “Detail Setting” for additional setting of the Camera such as IP address,

 

Resolution, password and firmware upgrade, etc.

Setting Wizard

Click “Setting Wizard” to configure the necessary setting for the Camera.

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6.2 DETAIL SETTING

When you click the “Detail Setting”, a screen will pop up for you to enter the “Administrator Name” and “Password”. The default value is as follows:

Name: “admin”

Password: “1234”

If the name and password you enter are correct, you can start to setup the Camera.

USING THE ADMINISTRATOR UTILITY

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NETWORK SETTING

Network IP Camera Name The default camera name is “IPCamera_MJPEG”. It is recommended to change to a meaningful name for the Camera.

IP Address

Enter an unused IP Address within the IP address range used on your LAN. If the IP

 

Address of your LAN is from the 192.168.2.1 to 192.168.2.254, you can set an

 

unused IP Address from the range for the Camera, for example: 192.168.2.250.

Subnet Mask

The Subnet Mask field must match the subnet setting on your LAN.

 

For example: 255.255.255.0.

Gateway

The Gateway is used to forward frames to destinations in a different subnet on the

 

Internet. The Gateway setting must be the same as the gateway used by the PCs on

 

your LAN.

DNS Server

DNS Server (Domain Name Server) that translates names to IP addresses. Set to

 

the same DNS Server as the PCs on your LAN.

Video Port

The Video Port is used to transmit or receive the video stream through the network.

 

The default port setting is “4321”. If you want to view the video from the Camera,

 

this port setting should be correct.

Web Port

This camera supports web connection and the default web port is 80. Since the

 

web server may use port 80, you can use a different port for the Camera. If you

 

change the web port from 80 to 8080, you must type http://192.168.2.3:8080

 

to connect to the Camera through a web browser.

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