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Sending an HTTP Notification to a Configured HTTP Server
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www.honeywell.com/security
In the FTP/E-mail address drop-down list, select either FTP1/E-mail1 or FTP2/E-mail2
(see
Configuring FTP Servers, page
information on setting up an Email and/or FTP address).
In the Pre-trigger buffer drop-down list, select the number of pre-trigger frames/images (1
to 20) to send to the server. This option sets the amount of images from before an alarm is
triggered that will be uploaded by FTP/Email. The default setting is 5.
In the Post-trigger buffer drop-down list, select the number of post-trigger frames/images
(1 to 20) to send to the server. The default setting is 5.
To continue to upload images to the server for a specified time, or until the motion alarm
ends, select the Continue image upload check box, and choose one of the following
options:
Upload for [number] sec and enter a value from 1 to 9999 seconds.
Upload during trigger active.
Whichever option you select, you can also select how frequent the images should be
uploaded to the FTP/Email server in the Image frequence [number] fps drop-down list.
Select an fps (frames per second) value from 1 to 15 fps, or select Max fps (default
setting).
Note
After making changes to your settings, it is advised to click Save and save your
settings. This can be done at any time, or multiple times during setup.
Under Triggered Action, select the Send HTTP notification check box. The Send HTTP
notification options will appear below the check box (see
In the HTTP address drop-down list, select either HTTP1 or HTTP2.
Figure 6-15
Send HTTP Notification on Motion Detection
In the Custom parameters field, enter the parameters to send to the HTTP server when
the alarm is triggered.
For example, if the HTTP server name is http://192.168.0.1/admin.php and the custom
parameter is action=1&group=2, the notification will be sent to the HTTP server as
http://192.168.0.1/admin.php?action=1&group=2 when the motion alarm is triggered.
Note
After making changes to your settings, it is advised to click Save and save your
settings. This can be done at any time, or multiple times during setup.
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Configuring Email SMTP Servers, page
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