HD NETWORK CAMERA
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This manual explains how to set up the PC to conﬁ gure the camera settings and how to connect the camera to the PC.
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Instructions for installing this camera can be found in "Instructions (Installation)".
For image and network settings, please refer to the "Instructions (Setting)" of the supplied CD-ROM.
For the latest information, please refer to the "README" ﬁ le in the CD-ROM supplied with this product.
The supplied CD-ROM disk contains the "Instructions (Setting)" (pdf), "API Guide" (pdf), "JVC-VN-SearchTool", "JVC-VN-
IPSettingTool" and "README" (txt) ﬁ les.
IP address setup procedure
Set the IP address of the camera in the following steps.
Setup of the IP address of
the PC used for settings
Set the IP address of the PC used
for conﬁ guring camera settings.
Step 1 Setup of the IP address of the PC used for settings
The camera is assigned the "DHCP Disable" (the DHCP client function is Off) during shipment. The camera
is ﬁ rst started up using the following IP address. Set the IP address of the PC correctly so that you can
communicate with the following. (For example, set the IP address to "192.168.0.100" and the subnet mask to
If multiple cameras are turned on simultaneously in the same LAN environment, access attempts may fail
due to IP address duplication. Set up an IP address by either using the JVC-VN-IPSettingTool (included on
the supplied CD-ROM) or turning the power supply of each camera on separately to avoid duplication.
Step 2 Setup of Internet Explorer
1 Launch Internet Explorer on the PC.
2 If proxy settings are enabled in Internet Explorer,
disable them as follows:
Select [Tools] - [Internet Options] - [Connections] - [LAN Settings]
in this order.
From the [Local Area Network (LAN) Settings] window, select
[Proxy server] and uncheck the [Use a proxy server for your LAN]
3 If the active script of Internet Explorer is disabled,
follow the steps shown below to enable it.
Select [Tools] - [Internet Options] - [Security] - [Trusted sites].
Click the [Trusted sites] button, and uncheck the [Require server
veriﬁ cation (https:) for all sites in this zone] box.
Add the URL of the camera to the zone. If you use the camera with
factory defaults, add the following URL to the zone.
Select [Tools] - [Internet Options] - [Security] - [Trusted sites], and
click [Custom Level].
From the [Security Settings] window, select [Scripting] and set the
[Active scripting] to [Enable].
(IP Address Settings)
* This item is based on Windows 7 and Internet Explorer 8.0.
Setup of Internet Explorer
Set up the Internet Explorer to
connect the camera to the PC.
Uncheck this box.
Recommended PC Speciﬁ cations
Free hard disk space
Display and video card : 1600 x 1200 pixels or more, True Color (24 bit or 32 bit), VRAM 1GB or more
The operation of any Web browser other than Internet Explorer is not reliable.
The Built-in Viewer consists of the ActiveX software components. When you use the Built-in Viewer in the ﬁ rst
time, the ActiveX software is installed. However, the installation may be rejected by the anti-virus software
settings.If this occurs, change the anti-virus software settings.
10BASE-T/100BASE-TX network interconnected using IEEE 802.3-compliant switching hubs
IEEE 802.3af-compliant switching hub when PoE is used
IGMPv2-compliant network when multicast is in use
Category 5 or higher grade LAN cable while being connected
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Connection of the camera
to the PC
Connect the camera to the PC used
for conﬁ guring camera settings.
IP address of the camera (factory default)
4 If ActiveX controls and plug-ins of Internet Explorer
are disabled, follow the steps shown below to
Select [Tools] - [Internet Options] - [Security], and click [Trusted
Click [Custom Level] to open the [Security Settings] window.
Set all options of [ActiveX controls and plug-ins] to [Enable].
Also, select [Miscellaneous] and set [Allow Script-initiated windows
without size or position constraints] to [Enable].
5 Disable pop-up block.
If the pop-up block is "enabled" in Internet Explorer, you will not be able to connect the camera.In this
case, set the pop-up block to "Disable" using the following steps.
Select [Tools] - [Pop-up Blocker] - [Turn Off Pop-up Bloker], and all sites are permitted.
To allow only speciﬁ c sites such as this unit, select [Tools] - [Pop-up Blocker] - [Turn on Pop-up
Select [Tools] - [Pop-up Blocker] - [Pop-up Blocker Settings] to open the [Pop-up Blocker Settings]
window. In the opened window, add the address of the camera as a permitted Web site address.
6 If plug-in tools are included in Internet Explorer, disable the pop-up block
function of these plug-ins tools as well.
7 Enable [Every time I visit the webpage].
If checking for newer versions of pages stored by Internet Explorer is
not set to "Every time I visit the webpage", you cannot perform white
spot correction. (
procedure below to set checking for newer versions of stored pages
to "Every time I visit the webpage".
Select [Tools] - [Internet Options] - [General] - [Temporary Internet
Files] - [Settings] - [Every time I visit the webpage].
: Windows 7 Professional (SP1)/Windows Vista Business (SP2)/
Windows XP Home Edition (SP3)/Windows XP Professional (SP3)
: Intel Core 2 Duo, 3GHz or higher
: 2 GB or more
: 512 MB or more of free space
: Internet Explorer
: Version 6.0
Windows Vista : Version 7.0
: Version 8.0
"Instructions (Setting)") In that case, follow the
IP address setting for the
Call the [Basic Setting1] setting
window, and set the [IP Setting] to
"DHCP Disable" or "DHCP Enable".
Select [Every time I visit