This chapter describes how to monitor the images
distributed from the server.
• The functions of the video network station and the
views and operation of the monitor screen are set by
the system administrator according to the
requirements of the surveillance system. So the
functions and screens shown in this chapter may
differ from those of the actual system you use.
• If you discover a problem with the monitor screen
views or operation, please report it to your system
About the Operating Environment
The following operating environment is required to
view video network station images.
• Computer: 350-MHz Pentium III with 64-MB RAM
• Operating System: Windows 95/98, Windows NT 4.0
SP5 or later, or Windows 2000
• Web Browser: Internet Explorer 5 or later.
Accessing the Monitor Screen
The monitor screen is accessed by a standard Web
Launch the Web browser.
Enter the following in the [Address] box of the
Web browser, and press the Return key.
http://<host name or IP address of the
video network station>/
The "Enter User Name and Password" dialog box
appears. Depending on the system settings, a
monitor screen may also appear now.
Enter your user name and password, and click
[OK]. If you don't know your user name and
password, ask your system administrator.
The monitor screen appears.
The monitor screen shows either the Camera view or
HSR view (the above example is the Camera view). A
system setting determines which is displayed initially.
• Up to eight users can be logged on at the same time.
• When viewing the monitor screen, large amounts of
data are sent to the machine. When using a modem to
access the machine, you must perform the following
– Set video input [Quality] to [High] or less.
– Set the image size to [Fullsize].
– Set the image display to one image only.
– Only control the EVI-D30/D31/G20/G21 or HSR-
1/1P/2/2P from the PC.
• If the computer used for viewing the monitor screen
is shared with other users, we recommend closing the
Web browser when finished operations. Until the
browser has been closed, even after moving to
another Web page, the password-protected video
network station's Web page remains accessible, for
example, by clicking the [Back] button.