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  • Page 1 DCS-6004L/DCS-6005L HD Mini Dome Network Camera Cloud Camera Quick Install Guide...
  • Page 2: Package Contents

    Package Contents DCS-6004L HD PoE Mini Dome Network Camera or DCS-6005L HD Wireless Mini Dome Network Camera Ethernet Cable Power Adapter Ethernet Extension (RJ-45 Coupler) Audio Out Cable Mounting Plate Collar* Quick Install Guide If any of the above items are missing, please contact your reseller. *Note: The DCS-6004L comes with the black collar attached.
  • Page 3: Minimum Requirements

    Web Browser • Internet Explorer® 7, Firefox®, Safari® 6, or Chrome™ Network Device and Service • A router (D-Link Cloud Router is recommended) • A broadband Internet connection • An e-mail account (required to create a mydlink account) mydlink Requirements •...
  • Page 4: What Is Mydlink

    What is mydlink™? With a mydlink-enabled camera, you DCS-6005L* can stay connected to everything you love from anywhere, anytime. The mydlink service can be accessed mydlink app by a web browser and also provides an optional downloadable mydlink Smartphone iPod app that allows you to have a better Cloud Router Laptop...
  • Page 5: Zero Configuration Setup

    Setup. This feature automatically configures your camera’s settings for you and adds it to your mydlink account. If you do not have a D-Link Cloud router, you can use the Setup Wizard to install and configure your camera. (Refer to instructions on the next page.)
  • Page 6: Setup Wizard

    Setup Wizard If you do not have a D-Link Cloud Router, use any Windows or Mac computer to run the Setup Wizard, which will help you install and configure your camera. Please download the Setup Wizard from http://www.mydlink.com/support.
  • Page 7 Start mydlink Follow the instructions below to access your mydlink account: Open a web browser on any computer connected to the Internet. Enter http://www.mydlink.com in the address bar and press Enter. Sign in with your mydlink account registered in the Setup Wizard. Browser Requirements: Java Active X...
  • Page 8: Mount The Camera

    Use the supplied screws to attach the mounting base to the surface of the wall or ceiling. 4. With the D-Link logo facing you, reattach the camera to the mounting plate by sliding the camera towards you until it...
  • Page 9 5. Adjust the angle of the camera as desired by rotating it. Note: If you are going to pass the cables for the camera through the wall or ceiling, remove the cover and proceed to step 6. 6. Optional Step - With the camera in the desired position, use a pencil to mark the hole for the cables.
  • Page 10 Adjusting the Viewing Angle Refer to the steps below for adjusting the viewing angle of the camera. 1. The camera housing needs to be separated from the camera base to expose the screw used to adjust the viewing angle. Remove the camera housing from the camera base by squeezing the housing release buttons on either side of the camera.
  • Page 11 Troubleshooting 1. HOW DO I CONNECT MY CAMERA USING WPS? (DCS-6005L ONLY) We recommend that you use either the Zero Configuration or Setup Wizard method described earlier in this guide as they will automatically configure your camera for your wireless network. If you wish to use WPS to connect your camera, follow these steps: •...
  • Page 12: Technical Support

    March 28, 2014 all633L1UD03 ©2014 All rights reserved. D-Link and the D-Link logo are registered trademarks of D-Link Corporation or its subsidiaries. Other trademarks are the property of their respective owners. Maximum wireless signal rate derived from IEEE Standard 802.11g and 802.11n specifications. Actual data throughput will vary. Network conditions and environmental factors, including volume of network traffic, building materials and construction, and network overhead, lower actual data throughput rate.