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Harbor Freight Tools BUNKER HILL SECURITY 68332 User Manual: Net-viewer Program; Installing Software; Adding Dvr To Trusted Sites; Port Forwarding

Harbor freight tools security camera user manual.


Net-Viewer Program

Installing Software
The Software CD includes a PC viewer program for
the DVR (DxClient 2.7.1). This program is for backing
up video files and remote access. You may also need 
to change the security settings of the web browser.
To install the PC Viewer program:
1. Insert Software CD into your
computer's CD-ROM drive.
2. Open the CD directory.
3. Double click on "DxClient 2.7.1-ENG".
4. Run the "Install" program.
Follow the setup wizard to finish the installation.
Adding DVR to Trusted Sites
Every computer that is accessing the DVR will need to
be configured to download and run ActiveX controls. 
This is a one time change and only needs to be
made on the computer that is accessing the DVR.
This can be done by changing your web browser
settings so it only affects websites that you specifically 
add to the trusted sites list. Or you can change the
setting for all websites. It is recommended that you
only change the setting for your trusted sites.
CAUTION: Lowering the safety settings of
your computer can open your computer up
to viruses. Do this at your own risk.
To add the DVR's IP address to the Trusted
Sites on a common web browser:
5. Open your web browser.
6. Click on TOOLS.
8. Click on SECURITY Tab.
9. Click on TRUSTED SITES.
10. Click on SITES button.
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11. Type in the IP address of the DVR in the following
Note: The bold underlined numbers are
your IP address and will be different from the
numbers shown in the above example.
12. If "Require server verification (https:) for all sites" is 
selected you will need to uncheck the selection box.
13. Click ADD.
14. Close window.
To change the default setting for the TRUSTED
SITES zone to low, on the Main Settings:
1. Click on DEFAULT LEVEL.
2. Change security level of the zone to "Low"
by sliding the slider to the bottom.
3. This will allow ActiveX controls from the
DVR to be downloaded and the DVR
to be viewed on the computer.
4. Click APPLY.
5. Click OK.
You should now see the connected cameras
on the computer screen in the DxClient
backup program. Follow the instructions for
"Backup Program" to use the software.
Port Forwarding
Once you have successfully set up and viewed
your DVR through a router, you are now able to set
up your router to view the DVR while at a remote
location. This process is called Port Forwarding. Port
Forwarding is required if you want to view the DVR
from a computer that is not connected to the same
router. This process opens a path on your home/
business network to allow you to view your DVR video
feed from outside your network (over the Internet).
There are many makes and models of routers.
You will need to follow the instructions from your
router's manufacturer for port forwarding. Consult
online sources or have a qualified computer 
technician complete this task if needed.
Once you have successfully set up port forwarding
from the modem where the DVR is located,
you will be prompted to enter your user name
(default: admin), password (default:111111) and
install ActiveX controls. You will now be able
to view the DVR from any PC in the world with
internet access and proper computer settings.
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  • amber Oct 07, 2014 05:21:
    How do I zoom in on a video recorded
  • Lawrence Sep 29, 2014 07:50:
    I Purchased the camera only. Reason is I am decent with computers, I built a computer out of ones people through away. I used a Hauppauge PCI card which are very inexpensiv​e, around 15 to 20 dollars for the cheap ones. I use a program called SnagIt, which will capture anything that show on your TV/Monitor and save it. So I can now save any and all video onto the computers hard drive directly in MP4 format, a 40 gig hard drive can hold around 35 days worth of video non-stop. I will repost when I come up with a better way of doing things. Just mentioned this cause this way I did not need the DVR at all it went directly to the computer hard drive, which in the future will make it easier to see via internet too. If anyone needs additional help I would be happy to help you with this, It is a hobby of mine. Contact me at lawrence72​2002@yahoo​.com
  • dave Aug 20, 2014 12:55:
    Where do I buy a ptz for my bunker hill system that I bought from harbor freight?
  • gabe Aug 15, 2014 02:51:
    I have all the answers to all of your question. Took me a long time to figure it out. But I did it. If you want the answers
    em​ail gabriel107​
  • Jane Aug 04, 2014 03:40:
    My screen was also blank. Like everyone else I had no help from technical support and the numbers are nonworking numbers. I just fixed the problem myself. On the small black box that controls the input and output plugs/vide​oin....pus​h the MODE button then push AV/SV/VGA. My pictures appeared on my screen from my cameras. So did the controls. If not MODE try MENU then the AV/SV/VGA. Good luck! Totally frustrated​.

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