Using a Telephone with the DVC-1000 ............13 Using the DVC-1000 ..................14 Using the Configuration Menu ............... 23 Using the DVC-1000 with D-Link Routers ............. 40 Using the DVC-1000 with Routers, Gateways or Modems ......41 Troubleshooting ..................... 46 Frequently Asked Questions .................
DVC-1000 is a standalone device, you do not need a computer to videoconference over the Internet. The DVC-1000 is such a revolutionary leap in technology that D-Link calls it a VideoPhone. Connect a television for viewing, an optional standard telephone for privacy, plug in a standard Ethernet network cable connected to your broadband Internet connection and you are ready to use your i2eye DVC-1000 VideoPhone.
Standalone operation - No computer needed Uses broadband cable/DSL or network connections for high-quality video H.323 Internet videoconferencing standard compliant Uses the D-Link Directory Service for ease of use dialing Easy to use Easy Setup Wizard Picture-in-Picture view or full-screen view...
LEDs stands for Light-Emitting Diode. The i2eye DVC-1000 has the following LEDs for monitoring its operation. i 2 e y e i 2 e y e i 2 e y e i 2 e y e i 2 e y e Status Power Call Monitor Front LED Location and Activity...
Getting Started BEFORE YOU BEGIN! Read the section on using the DVC-1000 with routers, gateways or broadband modems starting on page 40 in this manual if you are using the DVC-1000 VideoPhone with a router, gateway or broadband modem. The DVC-1000 needs to be setup before use. You can use the Quick Installation Guide (included with the DVC-1000) to perform the hardware installation.
Remote Control Layout When a numeric Use the arrow keys along input is required, with the Enter, Cancel and (e.g., a telephone number keys to enter number or IP information when required. address) enter it directly by press- ing the number keys.
Using the On-Screen Keyboard The DVC-1000 uses a keyboard that appears on-screen to enter text into the Setup Wizard screens. When the cursor is located in a setup screen that requires characters to be entered, press the ENTER key to bring up the on-screen keyboard.
Using the Setup Wizard The following descriptions of the Setup Wizard screens will help you understand the purpose and procedures for providing the required information. Welcome Screen The first screen that displays on the initial startup is the Welcome Screen. This screen explains what information is needed to complete the setup and also explains how to use the remote control to navigate...
Using the Setup Wizard (continued) Network Address Screen The Network Address screen asks for information that is needed to connect a DVC-1000 call over the Internet. Most home users with a cable or DSL modem can leave the checkbox checked to obtain an IP address automatically.
Using the Setup Wizard (continued) DNS (Domain Naming System) Screen If you entered an IP address in the Network Address screen (described on the previous page) you will see the screen for setting DNS server addresses. The DNS screen asks for information regarding the Domain Name System (DNS) server.
Using the Setup Wizard (continued) System Restart A message appears asking to restart the DVC-1000 VideoPhone to complete the setup. Press the Yes button to accomplish a restart. Congratulations! You are now ready to make and receive i2eye VideoPhone calls. Using a Telephone with the DVC-1000 Although optional, it is recommended that you connect a standard telephone to the telephone connector on the back of the DVC-1000 VideoPhone.
Using the DVC-1000 Layout of the i2eye Main Screen Status Icons Main Main Window Settings Buttons Privacy Status Status Message Icons Ready for call Area Self-View Banner Window Window After the DVC-1000 VideoPhone is setup by using the Setup Wizard, you will see the above Main Screen each time you turn on the VideoPhone.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) If a Status Icon is displayed, this indicates the operation the icon represents is not complete. The i2eye Update Status Icon appears at startup. While the icon appears, the DVC-1000 is quickly determining if auto-update is enabled. If it is enabled, the DVC-1000 will determine if an update exists.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Privacy Status Icons Privacy Status Icons appear on the Main Screen. Please see the page 14 for an illustration. If you select Audio Privacy in the Privacy Settings Audio window, the other party will not hear you and the audio icon will appear with a slash through it.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Placing a Speed-dial VideoPhone Call with the Telephone Handset To add a VideoPhone number or IP address as a Speed Dial entry, please see pages 24 and 25. Pick up the telephone handset. The DVC-1000 VideoPhone senses the telephone is off the hook and a prompt appears on the screen asking you to either enter a phone number or press # key to select the Speed Dial List.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Placing a Speed-dial VideoPhone Call with the Remote To add a VideoPhone number or IP address as a Speed Dial entry, please see pages 24 and 25. From the Main Menu, select Dial. In the Dial screen the Speed Dial List box is highlighted and the first speed dial entry is selected.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Switching from a Private Call to a Speakerphone Call If a VideoPhone call is in progress using a telephone handset, Speakerphone Mode can be enabled: Press the Speakerphone button on the DVC-1000 remote control. When the dialog appears on the video display telling you to hang up the phone, go ahead and hang up the phone.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Entering Phone Numbers The DVC-1000 can connect with other DVC-1000 VideoPhones throughout the world. During the setup of the DVC-1000, you entered a Country code into the Personal Information screen, along with an Area code and a Phone number.
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Calling a VideoPhone with a Different Area Code To complete a call to another VideoPhone with the same Country code, but a different Area code (i.e., “a long-distance” call), enter the Area code and Phone number of the party you are calling. (Remember: The DVC-1000 uses the Internet for completing calls and not long-distance phone lines!) Example: The VideoPhone you are calling has an Area code of 949 and a phone number of 555-1212, you would leave the default Country code box,...
Using the DVC-1000 (continued) Entering IP addresses Calling a VideoPhone or H.323 Device with an IP address If you are unable to dial another DVC-1000 by using its phone number, you can complete a call by entering the IP address of the VideoPhone you want to call. This will require obtaining the IP address for the device you want to call.
Using the Configuration Menu Main Screen Ready for call After starting the DVC-1000 VideoPhone, the Main Screen is displayed. The self-view image should be displaying in the larger window. The following buttons reside on the main screen: Set up a speed dial list and choose from several methods of Dial placing a call to other VideoPhones.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Dial D-Link Grandma Mary Mom and Dad School Ted’s Farm Supply Work The Dial screen contains the Speed Dial List as well as buttons to manage the Speed Dial List and make manual VideoPhone calls This list contains up to 50 Speed Dial entries.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Dial (continued) To add a Speed Dial entry, enter a name and a number (or an IP address) using the remote’s number pad or the on-screen keyboard. John Smith 555-1212 Click OK to complete the addition of a Speed Dial entry. Remove Removes a selected entry from the Speed Dial List.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > View The View screen allows the user to modify what the Main Screen may look like. Default View This is the standard view showing both the larger main view window and the smaller self-view window.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings The Settings screen contains six buttons that allow the DVC-1000 to be customized in different ways. Each of these settings are detailed starting on the next page. Controls settings that adjust the way you view, listen and use the General DVC-1000 VideoPhone.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings >General Always answer Selecting this checkbox allows the DVC-1000 to automatically accept any incoming call. You will hear incoming calls two short beeps if a call is received with auto-answer tuned on. If this checkbox is not selected and a call is received, a dialog box appears asking if you want to accept the incoming call.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen >Settings > Personal Information John Smith 555-1212 555-1212 Name Enter your name here. When a call is placed from your VideoPhone, the name you enter will be displayed as a Caller ID on the remote end of the call. Unless the VideoPhone you call has auto-answer turned on, the party you wish to call will decide whether or not to accept your call based on this name.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network Controls how the DVC-1000 obtains an IP address. Address Allows you to enter a primary and secondary DNS address. Public IP This screen controls how a Public IP address is obtained. If the Public IP button is “grayed out”...
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network > Address Obtain an IP address The DVC-1000 VideoPhone will attempt to obtain the IP address from the DHCP server. When this is automatically checked (the default), the other settings on this screen are automatically grayed.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network > DNS Enter the Primary Internet DNS (Domain Name System). Primary DNS These are Internet server addresses that you should be able to obtain from your router configuration settings, ISP or network administrator.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network > Public IP address This screen allows you to view or edit the VideoPhone’s public IP address. If you are sharing a broadband connection with another device (such as a PC), you typically will need a router to accomplish the sharing of the connection.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network > Network Speed The Network Speed screen offers you the option of selecting the speed that is the best match for your current network or connection. Change the settings by selecting the send or receive Change button and select the value desired by moving the selection up or down in the list box.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Network > PING PING is a network or Internet utility, used to test a network or Internet connec- tion. If you are having problems establishing a connection to another VideoPhone after the setup of the DVC-1000, you can use the PING function to test if your Internet connection is working correctly.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Update The Update screen has several functions: Click the box to automatically check for updates of the DVC-1000 VideoPhone. It is recommended this box be checked to allow updates to be found. Check for an update right now.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Video You can fine tune the video display from the Video Settings screen. Control over the following settings is available: • Color Saturation • Image Brightness • Image Contrast • Video AGC Gain To adjust any of the four video controls: 1.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Settings > Mic Vol You can adjust the volume of the built-in microphone from the Volume Adjustment screen. This adjustment will control how the party on the other end of the VideoPhone connection hears you. To adjust the volume press the right arrow to increase the setting and the left arrow to decrease the setting.
Using the Configuration Menu (continued) Main Screen > Privacy Audio Privacy prevents the audio on your side from Audio Privacy being sent to the remote caller. No one on the other end of the VideoPhone call will be able to hear you if this setting is checked, although they can see you.
To complete the configuration that allows the DVC-1000 to work with your D-Link router, the D-Link DI-614+ router is shown above. In the DI-614+ configuration utility, go to the Advanced>Virtual Server screen and check the DVC-1000 box in the Special Applications list.
The router or gateway that you are using may be different from the D-Link DI-614+ wireless router example shown on the following pages. However, the general procedure for opening ports will be similar. (If you do not have a D-Link router, look for Virtual Server, Firewall Rules, Port Forwarding, Advanced or Firewall in your router’s configuration utility.)
Using the DVC-1000 with Routers, Gateways or Broadband Modems (continued) Opening Ports on Your Routers and Gateways (continued) How to open ports on a router 15328 15328 A total of 7 ports must be opened for the DVC-1000 to work with most routers or firewalls.
Using the DVC-1000 with Routers, Gateways or Broadband Modems (continued) Opening Ports on Your Routers and Gateways (continued) You have now completed the entering of one port to be opened. You will need to open six more ports. Repeat steps through five more times for each one of the following five ports: 15329, 15330, 15331, 15332 and 15333.
Using the DVC-1000 with Routers, Gateways or Broadband Modems (continued) From the following sections, choose the heading that best applies to your equipment or networking configuration. Network With Multiple Public IP addresses A Public IP address is visible on the Internet. (Most commonly found in business environments.) Recommended Procedure: If there is an available public IP address, simply enter the IP address, subnet mask, and gateway into the applicable fields in the...
Using the DVC-1000 with Routers, Gateways or Broadband Modems (continued) Broadband Modem, Multiple PCs and a Hub Commonly found in small offices, home offices, or homes with more than one PC where multiple public IP addresses are available. In order to install the DVC-1000 VideoPhone as another device behind a hub assign an available public IP address to the VideoPhone.
Troubleshooting 1. Cannot make a call using a phone number. Check that you did not misdial the number. Remember to dial a country code and area code for all calls when using a telephone handset to make video calls. The VideoPhone is not connected to the Internet. The VideoPhone is not registered with the Directory Service.
Troubleshooting (continued) 5. Picking up the phone displays a window with speed dial list or brings up a message about no entries in the speed dial list. VideoPhone is not registered with the Directory ervice. Sometimes it takes the VideoPhone up to ten minutes to register. Verify all network settings, including DNS.
Troubleshooting (continued) 9. No video in a call. Video cables are not plugged in correctly. Ensure that your video cables are correctly plugged into the TV. Make sure that the TV is set for video input. Consult your TV manual for reference. Incorrect network speeds.
Troubleshooting (continued) 11. No audio in call. Audio cables are not plugged in correctly. Ensure that your audio cables are correctly plugged into the TV. Make sure that the TV is set for video input. Check the volume level on the TV. Consult your TV manual for reference.
Troubleshooting (continued) 13. Audio has an echo. Far side television is too loud. The far side television volume needs to be turned down. 14. Excessive delay during a conversation. Incorrect network speed settings (too fast). Decrease the send/ receive speeds from the Settings>Network>Speed screen and attempt the call again.
Troubleshooting (continued) 18. VideoPhone cannot obtain IP address automatically Not properly connected to a DHCP server. Check connection to LAN, by verifying a link light on the back of the VideoPhone. Make sure that the router is setup for DHCP. Consult either your router’s user manual for reference or your network administrator.
Troubleshooting (continued) 21. Public IP button is not enabled. VideoPhone hasn’t been able to detect IP address yet. The VideoPhone can take up to ten minutes to auto detect the public IP address. Also, check the DNS settings in the Network>DNS screen. 22.
What is the D-Link Directory Service? The D-Link Directory Service is a D-Link hosted server which allows you to register a “phone number” with your DVC-1000 VideoPhone. When some- one with a DVC-1000 dials this “phone number”, your DVC-1000 will ring...
The wizard asks for the information needed to connect to a broadband Internet connection. Once the information is sent, i2eye will connect to the D-Link i2eye server. The server will assign an “Internet telephone number” to the device. It will not be necessary to work with cumbersome IP addresses when you want to communicate using the i2eye.
This ensures that any H.323 compliant device will communicate together seamlessly. i2eye is a broadband appliance that draws from D-Link’s sixteen years of experience as a leading Ethernet manufacturer. Do I have to take every call? i2eye’s configuration menu provides settings for three types of privacy: Audio Privacy, Video Privacy, and Do Not Disturb, so you are in control.
Glossary of Terms Bandwidth: A measure of the rate at which data can be sent and received through a network. This value is usually given in bits per second (bps) or mega bits per second (kbps). CIF (Common Intermediate Format): An intermediate video format. When DVC-1000 video is transmitted over a network, the sizes will be CIF, QCIF, or SQCIF.
Glossary of Terms (continued) Home Gateway: A term commonly interchanged with router. Also called a residential gateway. IP address (Internet Protocol Address): An IP address is a number that identifies a computer connected to the Internet. Every computer that is connected to the Internet must have a unique IP address.
Glossary of Terms (continued) QoS (Quality of Service): Allows guaranteed bandwidth and packet delivery network devices over a network. between Router: A device that attaches two or more network devices and forwards data accordingly. Most consumer type routers act as DHCP servers, NATs and firewalls.
Technical Specifications Internal Processor ARM-9 ASIC Communication Processor Standards Compliant ITU H.323 (IP communications) Video: H.263 Audio: G.711, G.723 Data Rates/Frame Rates 96 Kbps—512 Kbps Up to 30fps Video Up to 30fps CIF (352 x 288 pixels), QCIF (176 x 144) Picture-In-Picture (PIP) Automatic brightness control DVC-1000 Robust Video...
Technical Specifications (continued) LED Indicators Power Status Video monitor Network link and transmit User Interface Dialing Diagnostics Quality of service measurement Manual or auto answer Incoming Caller ID Privacy shutter via video mute and/or audio mute Do Not Disturb mode Answer using infrared remote control or the telephone Dialing Capabilities Speed dial list allows up to 50 entries...
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List of Country Codes (Continued) Code Country Code Country Saipan Liberia Libya San Marino Liechtenstein Sao Tome and Principe Lithuania Saudi Arabia Luxembourg Senegal Macao Serbia and Montenegro Macedonia Seychelles Sierra Leone Madagascar Singapore Malawi Malaysia Slovakia Maldives Slovenia Mali Solomon Islands Malta Somalia...
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