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Version 2.3
For models:
IP100, IP200, IP300

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    WebCAM User Manual Version 2.3 For models: IP100, IP200, IP300...

  • Page 2: Table Of Contents

    CONTENTS Chapter 1: Introduction ________________________________________1 Section 1. Features ___________________________________________1 Section 2. WebCAM as a Remote Surveillance System _______________1 Section 3. Package Contents ___________________________________2 Chapter 2: Installation Procedure ________________________________4 Chapter 3: WebCAM, USB Camera and the Network _________________5 Section 1. Installation Procedure_________________________________5 Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP &...

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    2.4.5 System Settings ________________________________________43 2.4.6 Image Server __________________________________________45 2.4.7 Language _____________________________________________46 2.4.8 About ________________________________________________47 2.5 Viewing images using PDA / Web enabled mobile phone __________48 Chapter 6: MultiMonitor _______________________________________50 Section 1. Installing MultiMonitor________________________________50 Section 2. Using MultiMonitor __________________________________50 2.1 Device _________________________________________________53 2.2 View___________________________________________________63 2.3 System ________________________________________________63 2.4 User___________________________________________________64...

  • Page 4: Chapter 1: Introduction

    Chapter 1: Introduction Section 1. Features WebCAM is a compact stand-alone web-server capable of remote video surveillance. It can be accessed from anywhere in the world via a standard browser by entering the IP, account and password. Each system can simultaneously support any two combinations of USB PC cameras be it regular, infrared or pan-tilt.

  • Page 5: Section 3. Package Contents

    anywhere in the world. For instance, the user can be in Australia but is able to monitor his factory production in China, and if he likes, check on his branch office located in Singapore, all simultaneously. Fig.1. WebCAM Network Diagram Section 3.

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    Fig.2. WebCAM Front View Fig.3. WebCAM Back View LED Status Indicators on WebCAM Light color Signal definition Green Power state Error Condition Orange Logon state Yellow USB data activity Fig.4. WebCAM Status LED Indicator Light indicators on WebCAM LAN Port LED Light color On: Internet correspond speed is 100M Green...

  • Page 7: Chapter 2: Installation Procedure

    Chapter 2: Installation Procedure Before you start using WebCAM, you will need to set-up both the hardware and software. The following is a flow chart on the installation procedure: USB Camera and the Network cable Connect Network cable to ROUTER Install Utility (Chapter 4) and Use Internet Explorer (>5.0) to access WebCAM Web Manager...

  • Page 8: Chapter 3: Webcam, Usb Camera And The Network

    Chapter 3: WebCAM, USB Camera and the Network The following details the installation procedure for WebCAM. Section 1. Installation Procedure Step 1: Connect the PC camera into the USB port of WebCAM. Step 2: Connect the WebCAM to using Ethernet UTP port. Step 3: Connect power...

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    Step 4: The LCD will display the IP, Subnet Mask and Gateway IP. Use a WEB browser to login into the WebCAM IP address. icon on the LCD shows that a USB camera is connected. The LCD display shows that two USB cameras attached WebCAM.

  • Page 10: Chapter 4: Using Utility To Setup Ip & Update Firmware

    Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP & Update Firmware Section 1. Installing Utility 1. Insert the enclosed Utility CD into the CD-ROM drive. Utility CD setup will auto run. The following menu will show up. the programs you want. Utility - This is a program that helps the user perform quick installation.

  • Page 11: Section 2. Using Utility

    Section 2. Using Utility The Utility main menu is shown below. The selection menu is located on the left. The Serial Number, current Firmware and IP Address of every connected to the LAN will be displayed on the table to the right. For first time users, the Device Password will be enabled and the IP address hidden until its setup and configuration has been completed.

  • Page 12: Setup Wizard

    2.1 Setup Wizard Use “Setup Wizard” to take you through the basic configurations necessary to start using WebCAM. 1. Click to highlight the WebCAM on the right that you want to configure. 2. Click on “Setup Wizard”. First, to begin Utility will request for the “Input Device Password” when you click “Setup Wizard”.

  • Page 13

    WARNING: Do not lose your passwords (as attached on the WebCAM unit and freeware CD). It is required every time you “reset” your WebCAM either thru “About” section of the webpage, or via the manual reset button. If you lose these passwords, you’ll have to contact your reseller for the master password.

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    “Obtain an IP address by DHCP” Choose this if you do not know your basic Network Configurations “Use the following IP Address” Enter an appropriate internal IP Address, Subnet Mask and Gateway for WebCAM (Refer to Appendix C for an explanation of IP Addresses) “Obtain an IP address by Bootp”...

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    Select “Enable PPPoE connection” and enter your account and password details as provided by your internet service provider (“ISP”). Otherwise, leave it at the default “Disable PPPoE connection” 7. Click “Next >” to proceed with DDNS setup You will need to setup this section if you are using a Dynamic IP WebCAM user manual Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP &...

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    If you do not already have a Domain Name registered with your ISP, select from one of the 4 Free DDNS service providers (zive.org, dhs.org, dyndns.org or myddns.org). Follow the link to the respective free service providers to register a Domain Name and obtain a User Name and Password. the boxes provided 8.

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    Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP & Update Firmware 10. Click “Next >” to upload these configuration to WebCAM. 11. Click “Next >” to save and restart WebCAM with the new configurations. WebCAM user manual -14-...

  • Page 18: Launch Webcam

    2.2 Launch WebCAM Once you have finished with the above Setup Wizard, either click “Launch WebCAM” or double click on the WebCAM listed on the table to launch it. Once you have done the above, the WebCAM login screen will appear. WebCAM user manual Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP &...

  • Page 19: Ip Configuration

    Key in the account name and password entered earlier (if you did not configure one, then revert to the default name “admin” and key in the Master password, OR just press ENTER or click on the “Apply” button, if the account name and password was not set and have been deleted).

  • Page 20: Ip Address

    Select the WebCAM on the right display screen, and then click “IP Configuration”. This will bring up the IP Address Configuration window. There are two tabs; • IP Address • Advanced (for port setting configuration) 2.3.1 IP Address Use this section to set the IP Address of WebCAM. When using WebCAM for the first time, it is advisable to choose the “Using Static IP Address”...

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    Fig.10. IP Configuration: WebCAM Advanced settings Device Password Use this to set an access password to the individual device. user must enter the password to access the device. Address will not be shown on the right display panel of Utility. Utility will request for the “Input Device Password”...

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    WARNING: Do not lose this master password. If the password is lost, you can not access the device to make changes. your reseller for the master password. To remove the password, you must first enter a valid “Input Device Password”, go to “Device Password”...

  • Page 23: About

    Chapter 4: Using Utility to Setup IP & Update Firmware 2.5 About Click on this button to show software and version details. Fig.11. About Utility 2.6 Refresh Utility automatically searches for any WebCAMs connected to the LAN. However, the user can do a manual search by clicking the “Refresh” icon located at the bottom right of the menu.

  • Page 24: Chapter 5: Webcam Web Manager

    Chapter 5: WebCAM Web Manager Section 1. Introduction After you have setup the hardware and set an IP address for WebCAM, you will then be able to go to WebCAM web site to monitor and control the PC cameras. All you have to do is enter the new IP address into any web browser.

  • Page 25: Section 2. Webcam Web Manager Interface

    Section 2. WebCAM Web Manager Interface The WebCAM webpage main menu is divided into two sections. The selection menu on the left and display menu on the right. The selection menu consists of the following options: 2.1 Web-Camera Selection 2.2 Information 2.3 Basic Settings 2.4 Advanced Settings 2.5 Viewing images using a PDA / Web Enabled Phone...

  • Page 26: Web-camera Selection

    Chapter 5: Web Manager 2.1 Web-Camera Selection Click on either “ActiveX” or “Sun Java” from Camera A or B to view the camera images. By default the first USB camera connected to WebCAM will be denote as “Camera A” Click “Camera B” to view camera B. Note: ActiveX can only function on Windows platform and a plug-in has to be installed on the client's computer.

  • Page 27: Information

    To change Video Codec, click Note: The availability of Codec depends on weather the individual user has it installed on the PC or not. Download and install Windows Media Player 10 to enable MPEG4 codec. Digital Zoom In, Digital Zoom Out Rotate Left, Rotate Right Flip the image vertically.

  • Page 28: Current Connections

    This section shows WebCAM System Information such as the Hardware and Firmware Version, the serial number, current / local System Time, the system name, contact, location and uptime. These values are either provided by WebCAM or set by user. Fig.15. WebCAM System Status System Information This section shows WebCAM Network settings.

  • Page 29: Event Log

    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.16. WebCAM Current Connections 2.2.3 Event Log This section will keep a record of all events that occurred in WebCAM. The user can Refresh, Clear or Save the log file. There is also an option to sort the logs according to “Level”...

  • Page 30: Camera Settings

    Please ensure that each of the following option is set correctly. Otherwise, WebCAM may not work properly. 2.3.1 Camera Settings 2.3.2 Network 2.3.3 Account Settings 2.3.1 Camera Settings Use this section to set up the USB camera. Setting up Camera A (Similar with Camera B) Fig.18.

  • Page 31: Network

    “Pan Control” Choose from “Normal” or “Reverse”. This is to set the mirror function of the camera and fix the image the way the user desires each time the user logs on to view. “Tilt Control” Choose from “Normal” or “Reverse”. This is to set the image to its right side up. Similar to the “Pan Control”...

  • Page 32

    iii. Port Number Fig.21. WebCAM Port Settings “HTTP Port Number” This determines the port from which the webpage is accessible thru your Router. By default the port number is 80. “Communication to Camera Port Number” This determines the port from which the video images is streamed thru your Router.

  • Page 33: Account Settings

    “Login Password” Enter your password. You only have to configure once. “Use Public IP to register” Choose “Yes” or “No”. WebCAM will automatically send the WAN IP to the DDNS server. This ensures that DDNS is notified of your current Dynamic IP. PPPoE Use this option to allow WebCAM to directly dial-up using your xDSL modem and connect to the Internet.

  • Page 34

    can see the “User Name” and IP details or set the “Permit Hours” for Camera viewing to Operator or Viewer accounts. Operator: This permission level allows the user access to WebCAM menus, but without the permission to amend them. Viewer: This permission level allows the user to access WebCAM at specific time as set in “Permit Hours”...

  • Page 35: Advanced Settings

    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.26. WebCAM Permit Hours Configuration 2.4 Advanced Settings Please ensure that each of the following option is set correctly. Otherwise, WebCAM may not work properly. 2.4.1 Event Notification 2.4.2 Motion Detection 2.4.3 Image Recording 2.4.4 Email / FTP 2.4.5 System Settings 2.4.6 Language 2.4.7 About...

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    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.27. WebCAM Event Notification Page Event Notification “Send Email” To activate Event Notification, you will need to set “Send Email” to “Yes”. Select “No” if you do not wish to send out any notification. “Email Server” A valid “Email Server”...

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    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.28. WebCAM Event Selection List By default, all the events are selected; you must click “Apply” to activate them. Close the window to return to the Event Notification Page. Click “Apply” to save your settings. WebCAM will send you the following email notification depending on which event you have selected.

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    Chapter 5: Web Manager Samples; Fig.29. WebCAM Event : User Login Details (Date, Time, Camera & IP) Fig.30. WebCAM Event : PPPoE Connect Successful WebCAM user manual -35-...

  • Page 39: Motion Detection

    Fig.31. WebCAM Event : Camera A or B Motion Detected 2.4.2 Motion Detection This page allows the administrator to set motion detection functions for the cameras. Camera A (or Camera B) “Enable” To activate motion detect, the administrator has two options; a.

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    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.32. WebCAM Motion Detection Page “Send to FTP Server” This option allows the administrator to send and store the motion detected images on a FTP site. This is useful for future reference and recording purpose. Click “Yes” to activate. “ftp://<empty>/<folder>”...

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    Click for an example. “Send Email” To send an email notification of Motion Detection with image, choose “Yes”, otherwise choose “No” Fig.33. WebCAM Motion Detect Email Notification “Email Server” The administrator will have to set this up. Otherwise, click “Edit” to go to the Email / FTP Page to make the necessary configuration.

  • Page 42: Image Recording

    2.4.3 Image Recording Image recording allows the user to receive an image to either their email account or to a FTP server. The images will be sent over a predetermined interval and a certain period. Fig.34. WebCAM Image Recording Page Camera A (or Camera B) “Begin –...

  • Page 43: E-mail / Ftp

    Chapter 5: Web Manager Fig.35. WebCAM Email of Image Recorded 2.4.4 E-mail / FTP This section sets up the necessary Email and FTP server information. administrator will have to enter a valid Account Name and Password to the Email server and/or FTP server. This information is necessary to allow email notification and ftp file sending features in Advanced Settings.

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    Fig.36. WebCAM Email / FTP Page FTP Settings “FTP Server” The administrator will have to enter the FTP server address here. “Account Name” Enter the FTP account name here. “Password” Enter the corresponding password. Click “Apply” to save the above settings. Email Settings “E-mail Server”...

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    Chapter 5: Web Manager “Password” Enter the password for the above account name. Click “Apply” to save the above changes. iii. Sending Test Mail Fig.37. WebCAM test mail function You must have the “Email Setting” section configured to proceed with “Test Mail”. Once that is done click “Test Mail”...

  • Page 46: System Settings

    Email Address Book Fig.38. WebCAM E-mail Address Book Entry Enter an Email address in the box provided and click “Add Email Address”. The new email address will be added to the list. The administrator can store up to 20 email addresses here. To delete an Email address, just press “Delete”. 2.4.5 System Settings This page allows the administrator to set WebCAM SNMP settings so it can be used by a NMS (Network Management System) like MultiMonitor.

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    “Time Between Automatic Updates” The administrator can set an interval for time synchronization. Select either 1, 3, 12 hours or 1, 10 & 30 days. “Time Server” Choose the nearest Time Server to your WebCAM location. The administrator can choose from the list of a maximum of 30 Time Servers. To add a new Timer Server the administrator must first make space by deleting some Time Servers.

  • Page 48: Image Server

    ”System Name” This is to give WebCAM a name identifiable in a SNMP network. “System Contact” This is to give the administrator a name. “System Location” This is to set WebCAM location. “Manager IP Address” This set the IP address where the administrator can manage WebCAM from. It is valid for up to 8 IP addresses.

  • Page 49: Language

    “Enable” Choose “Yes” to enable this feature or “No” to disable. “Server Name” The current default web server is set to www.co-up.com “Port Name” This is the default port for image stream. User can change this UDP Port to their desired or designated port number.

  • Page 50: About

    Interface Language At the moment, the user can choose between; English, Spanish, French, Dutch, and Portuguese. Email Preference Check “yes” or “no” to apply the selected language to the email configured to be sent on schedule. 2.4.8 About The administrator can use this section to check firmware information, save/restore settings, upgrade firmware and see manufacturer’s details.

  • Page 51: Viewing Images Using Pda / Web Enabled Mobile Phone

    WARNING: Remember to save the desired settings and configurations before resetting to factory default. After this “Reset”, the user will have to go through the initial securities again; authentication”, and the WebCAM web login. Fig.41. WebCAM About Page “Upgrade Firmware” Click to check for the latest firmware.

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    You can view images from your PDA or mobile phone if it has GRPS and a web browser. Type http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx/image.cgi Domain name) Fig.43. Accessing WebCAM via PDA The images are being displayed one at a time. click “Refresh”. WebCAM user manual (where xxx is your IP address or Click on either one to display...

  • Page 53: Chapter 6: Multimonitor

    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor MultiMonitor is a program to manage multiple WebCAMs in a network. It is able to detect the IP’s of all the WebCAMs installed, and display them in a list form for easy management. Section 1. Installing MultiMonitor Click on setup.exe and follow the installation wizard After installation, there will be a WebCAM group in the Windows Start group Click “MultiMonitor”...

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    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Follow through the step to step register wizard. Fill out the necessary information as shown below. WebCAM user manual -51-...

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    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Once the register is complete, the below window will pop up. It is the default security Logon. Once user accounts have been set, account name and password will be required to enter MultiMonitor. WebCAM user manual -52-...

  • Page 56: Device

    Just click “OK”, and MultiMonitor will start and the below window will open. 2.1 Device Start MultiMonitor and press the “Enumerate” button, MultiMonitor will start a search for all the WebCAM on the network and list them in the main window. Once detected, the following will show in the main window: This shows that the camera is online and active.

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    Manually adds the WebCAM to be monitored. “Access by WebCAM Address” Enter either webcam.myddns.com) 192.168.0.30) “Remote Port” This is WebCAM’s UDP port. “Access by Image Server”. Enter the information as set in Section 2.4.6. Highlight the WebCAM to be deleted from MultiMonitor’s list. Click “Yes”...

  • Page 58

    Use this function to change WebCAM Address & Port Number. Display the current Camera settings. Camera Select: Account: WebCAM user manual Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Select either camera A or B If you have setup user account, the information must entered Otherwise access will be denied.

  • Page 59

    Password: Image Zoom: Camera Rotation: Mirror the Image: Maximum frame per second: Put Date/Time information on image Display the Motion Detection Settings. Enable Motion Detect: Sensitivity: Window on-top when Motion Detected Mark Motion Detected object in Track Moving Object WebCAM user manual Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Enter the above account password.

  • Page 60

    Image Recording Click “Start Recording when Motion Detected” to enable the feature. Click the “Details..” button for the following options; Image Compression: Recording AVI File Path Recorded files are save using the following file extension; avifile[three digit numerical sequence]. Note: Use the “Detail View” to check the record stop time. You can change the display view or add a new folder here.

  • Page 61

    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Configure Settings for Email Notification You will need to enter the correct “Message Sender Information” in order for WebCAM to send emails. Server Require Authentication Click “settings…” then enter your Account Name and Account Password if your Server Requires Authentication. Notified Email Address Click “Add…”...

  • Page 62

    Host Name: HTTP Port: Location: Manager: “Using SNMP to update network ports” Check this box if you want MultiMonitor to automatically update the HTTP port as set in the WebCAM (Basic Settings Network Port Number Http Configuration Advanced Management Protocol) : Highlight the WebCAM in the main windows display, and click “Monitor”...

  • Page 63

    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Move the curser over the edges of the picture and it will turn into an arrow. Click and hold to pan / tilt the camera (if the camera supports this function) Click this button to record the current image on screen. A window will come up, click “Start”...

  • Page 64

    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Click the left side of the viewing window to bring out more control features. Click on this icon to active two functions; a. Custom window zoom – use this to zoom to your chosen window size. On the video window, LEFT click, hold and drag to the desired window zoom size.

  • Page 65

    Click the depressed window size. b. Custom update Window -- use this if you want to monitor only a specific area within the viewing window. On the video window, RIGHT click, hold and drag to the desired window zoom size. chosen window size.

  • Page 66: View

    Clicking once will cause the camera to pan right by 1 deg. Click and hold and the camera will pan increasingly faster to the left. Click once to tilt the camera up by 1 deg. Click and hold and the camera will tilt increasingly faster upwards.

  • Page 67: User

    Set the SNMP Parameter. 2.4 User Change “Change Password…” Password User login password to MultiMonitor. “User” can change their own Account passwords. “Account Management…” Change the Password of an Account. WebCAM user manual Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Use this feature to change the current Both “Administrator”...

  • Page 68: Help

    Click “Add User…” that can be added. Note: The first account is set to “Admin” with “Administrator” permission. Account: Password: Permission: 2.5 Help WebCAM user manual There is no limit to the number of Account This cannot be changed or deleted. Enter the preferred account name (max of 10 characters).

  • Page 69: Drag-and-drop Feature

    Help Display MultiMonitor version, Copyright information and product service contact. 2.6 Drag-and-Drop Feature MultiMonitor also feature a “Drag-and-Drop to Desktop” feature. Double click the icon on your desktop to view the images immediately. Useful if you are monitoring multiple cameras at a time. Step 1: Select the camera location of your...

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    Chapter 6: MultiMonitor Step 4: Double click on the icon on the desktop, to view the images. WebCAM user manual -67-...

  • Page 71: Appendix A: Router Configuration

    Appendix A: Router Configuration The following section describes the initial configuration of the router and port forwarding for your router. manufacturer’s website for assistance with configuring your router to work with WebCAM. Port Forwarding for WebCAM WebCAM requires certain ports to be open on your router to allow other computers on the Internet to “see”...

  • Page 72

    Microsoft MN-100 MN-500 NETGEAR RP614 MR814 MR314 FVS318 Proxim ORiNOCO BG-2000 Broadband Gateway Siemens SpeedStream 2602 SpeedStream 2623 SpeedStream 2604 SpeedStream 2624 SMC2404WBR SMC7004VBR SMC7004CWBR SMC7004AWBR WebCAM user manual Appendix A: Router Configuration Wired Base Station Wireless Base Station Web Safe Router Wireless Router Cable/DSL Wireless Router ProSafe VPN Firewall...

  • Page 73

    Appendix A: Router Configuration 3Com (http://www.3com.com) 3C857-US – OfficeConnect Cable/DSL Gateway 3CRWE52196 – OfficeConnect Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. On the main page, select Firewalls on the left side of the page. 3.

  • Page 74

    Belkin (http://www.belkin.com) F5D6230-3 – Wireless Cable/DSL Gateway Router 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. On the main page, select Virtual Server on the left side of the page under the Securit section. 3. Enter the following information on the page: Line #1: Private IP: Type in the camera’s IP address.

  • Page 75

    Private Port 80 to 80 Line #2 Enable: Checked in Description: WebCAM – Camera Internet Port: 9001 to 9001 Type: Private IP address: Type in the camera’s IP address. (Look on the WebCAM Address LCD display for the last 3 digits of the camera’s IP address) Private Port 9001 to 9001...

  • Page 76

    D-Link (http://www.dlink.com) DI-604/DI – 614+/DI-624 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. On the main page, click on Advanced at the top of the page. 3. On the left side of the page, click on Virtual Server. Note: Make sure DMZ host is disabled.

  • Page 77

    Enabled/Disabled: Enabled For ID#2 Service Port: 9001 Service IP: Type in the camera’s IP address, for example: 192.168.0.5 Enabled/Disabled: Enabled 4. Save your settings. WebCAM should now be configured to work with your router and be accessible from the internet. DI714 1.

  • Page 78

    Appendix A: Router Configuration Dell (http://www.dell.com) TrueMobile 2300 Wireless Broadband Router 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. On the main page, click on Advanced Settings at the top of the page. 3. Go to the Port Forwarding section and select Custom Port Forwarding Settings. 4.

  • Page 79

    Linksys (http://www.linksys.com) BEFSR41 – EtherFast Cable/DSL Router BEFSX41 – Instant Broadband EtherFast Cable/DSL Firewall Router with 4-Port Switch/VPN EndPoint BEFW11S4 – Wireless Access Point Router with 4-Port Switch – Version 2 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2.

  • Page 80

    Appendix A: Router Configuration Microsoft (http://www.microsoft.com/hardware/broadbandnetworking) MN-100 – Wired Base Station MN-500 – Wireless Base Station 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. Open the Bass Station Management Tool, and then click Security. 3. On the Security menu, click Port Forwarding, and then click Set up persistent port forwarding.

  • Page 81

    NETGEAR (http://www.netgear.com) RP614 – Web Safe Router MR814 – Wireless Router 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. Click Advanced -> Port Forwarding on the left side of the page. 3. Click Add Customer Service. 4. Enter the following information on the page: Service Name: Starting Port: Ending Port:...

  • Page 82

    Line #2: Starting Port: Ending Port: Server IP Address: 5. Click Apply to save the settings. WebCAM should now be configured to work with your router and be accessible from the internet. FVS318 – ProSafe VPN Firewall 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2.

  • Page 83

    D. Local Server Address: Enter the IP address of the camera E. WAN Users Address: Any F. Click Apply. 12. Click Add again. A. For Service name select: WebCAM Cam B. Action: ALLOW always C. Local Server Address: Enter the IP address of the camera D.

  • Page 84

    Proxim (http://www.proxim.com) ORiNOCO BG-2000 Broadband Gateway 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. On the router’s main page, click on Setup at the top of the page. 3. On the left side of the page, click on Advanced settings -> Port Forwarding. 4.

  • Page 85

    Siemens (http://www.speedstream.com) SpeedStream 2602 – 2-Port DSL/Cable Router SpeedStream 2623 – Wireless DSL/Cable Router SpeedStream 2624 – Wireless DSL/Cable Router 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. After you are logged in, click on Advanced Setup -> Virtual Servers. 3.

  • Page 86

    Appendix A: Router Configuration 7. Under Internal Port No type in: 80 8. Under External Port No type in: 80 9. Click on Add to save these settings. 10. Under the first box, next to the Enable checkbox, type in: WebCAM Cam. 11.

  • Page 87

    SMC (http://www.smc.com) SMC2404WBR – Barricada Turbo 11/22 Mbps Wireless Cable/DSL Broadband Router SMC7004VBR – Barricada Cable/DSL Broadband Router SMC7004CWBR – Barricada Wireless Cable/DSL Broadband Router 1. Log into your router using your router IP. 2. After you are logged in, click NAT on the left side of the page. 3.

  • Page 88

    For ID #2: Service Port: Private IP: Enable: 4. Click Save to save the settings. WebCAM should now be configured to work with your router and be accessible from the Internet. WebCAM user manual Appendix A: Router Configuration 9001 Type in the camera’s IP address, for example: 192.168.0.5 (Look at WebCAM’s IP Address LCD display for the last 3 digits of the camera’s IP address) Checked in...

  • Page 89: Appendix B: Methods To Update Webcam Firmware

    Appendix B: Methods to Update WebCAM Firmware You can update WebCAM’s firmware using any of the following methods. Method 1: Through WebCAM Web Page (1) Enter the WebCAM Web Page (2) Go to “About”, click “update software” and you will be automatically linked for update.

  • Page 90: Appendix C: Ip Address, Subnet And Gateway

    Appendix C: IP Address, Subnet and Gateway This section discusses Communities, Gateways, IP Addresses and Subnet masking Communities A community is a string of printable ASCII characters that identifies a user group with the same access privileges. For security purposes, the SNMP agent validates requests before responding. agent can be configured so that only trap managers that are members of a community can send requests and receive responses from a particular community.

  • Page 91

    Subnetting and Subnet Masks Subnetting divides a network address into sub-network addresses to accommodate more than one physical network on a logical network. For example: A Class B company has 100 LANs (Local Area Networks) with 100 to 200 nodes on each LAN.

  • Page 92: Appendix D: Glossary

    Appendix D: Glossary The Glossary section defines the terms used in this User Manual Term Definition Ethernet Local Area Network technology, originally developed by Xerox Corporation, can link up to 1,024 nodes in a bus network. provides raw data transfer in a rate of 10 megabits/sec. with actual throughputs in 2 to 3 megabits/sec.

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