VideoPhone No PC Needed! Patent Pending Before You Begin 1. Using the D-Link i2Eye DVC-1000 VideoPhone requires a connection to the Internet over a Broadband connection (e.g., a Cable modem or a DSL modem with a router). 2. Attaching a telephone to the i2eye is optional, but highly recommended for optimal sound quality.
Attaching an external microphone is optional, but recommended for optimal sound for a group videoconference. Before using your D-Link i2eye VideoPhone, you will want to understand the network requirements for this device. If you are using a home gateway or router and sharing the broadband connection with your DVC-1000, please read Using the DVC-1000 with a Router or Gateway on Page 33 of the manual included with the DVC-1000.
Using the Remote Control Using the On-Screen Keyboard The i2eye VideoPhone needs to be setup before use. There is an easy to Whenever you need to enter numbers or letters into a Setup screen, press use Setup Wizard built-into the i2eye to accomplish the setup. ENTER on the remote control and the on-screen keyboard appears: You will use the Setup Wizard along with the remote control included with the i2eye.
The Setup Wizard The Setup Wizard (continued) Network Address Screen Leave the Obtain an IP Welcome Screen address automatically checkbox checked to obtain an IP address and other Internet settings automatically. If you cannot automatically be assigned an IP address (through DHCP), then uncheck the checkbox and manually enter the IP...
NOTES The Setup Wizard (continued) N etw or k Sp eed Scr een Select the type of broadband Internet connection you use. Click Next Sy stem Restar t Click Your Setup is Complete!
Technical Support You can find the most recent user documentation on the i2eye website. D-Link provides free technical support for customers within the United States and Canada for the duration of the warranty period on this product. U.S. and Canadian customers can contact D-Link Technical Support through our web site or by phone.