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Sanyo VSP-SV2000P Instruction Manual

Sanyo VSP-SV2000P Instruction Manual (64 pages)

Sanyo VSP-SV2000P Network Video Server Instruction manual  
Brand: Sanyo | Category: Network Hardware | Size: 6.14 MB
Table of contents
Table Of Contents2................................................................................................................................................................
Precautions3................................................................................................................................................................
Accessories4................................................................................................................................................................
Features4................................................................................................................................................................
Operating Environment5................................................................................................................................................................
Name And Function Of Each Part6................................................................................................................................................................
Connections8................................................................................................................................................................
Basic Connections8................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To A Lan9................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting To The Internet9................................................................................................................................................................
Network Video Server (wired Lan) Settings10................................................................................................................................................................
1 Installation Of Plug-in Software To The10................................................................................................................................................................
Installation Of Plug-in Software To The Computer11................................................................................................................................................................
Browser Settings13................................................................................................................................................................
Cookie Settings13................................................................................................................................................................
Wired Lan Settings14................................................................................................................................................................
Initial Video Server Screen15................................................................................................................................................................
Network Set Settings19................................................................................................................................................................
Changing A Password20................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Live Images Without Typing In A Username Or Password (id1 Only)21................................................................................................................................................................
Changing The Access Level (id2 Or Id3)21................................................................................................................................................................
Access Level Settings22................................................................................................................................................................
Clock Set Settings23................................................................................................................................................................
Display Setting24................................................................................................................................................................
Setting The Camera Title24................................................................................................................................................................
Turning Off Video Image Display25................................................................................................................................................................
Setting Image Quality (aperture And Contrast)25................................................................................................................................................................
Single View Settings26................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Settings27................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Buffering Set Setting29................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarm Sensor Setting30................................................................................................................................................................
Motion Detector Set Settings31................................................................................................................................................................
External Alarm Sensor And Motion Detector Settings32................................................................................................................................................................
Motion Detector Level Sensitivity Setting33................................................................................................................................................................
Remote Alarm Operations33................................................................................................................................................................
A Alarm Output For A Specified Period33................................................................................................................................................................
B Continuous Alarm Output34................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Detection And Recording35................................................................................................................................................................
A Using Only Post-alarm Recording35................................................................................................................................................................
B Pre-alarm/post-alarm Recording35................................................................................................................................................................
Recording New Alarm Data36................................................................................................................................................................
Fixed Settings During Pre/post-alarm Recording36................................................................................................................................................................
Saving To An Expansion Memory Card37................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing Live Images38................................................................................................................................................................
Viewing The View Frame Screen39................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Back Alarm Data40................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Back Alarm Data In The Video Server's Internal Memory40................................................................................................................................................................
Descriptions Of Alarm Operation Buttons40................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Back Expansion Memory Card Images41................................................................................................................................................................
Playing Back Alarm Images Stored In A Computer41................................................................................................................................................................
Descriptions Of Alarm Operation Buttons For Saving Data To A Computer42................................................................................................................................................................
Alarm Data Deleting43................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Live Images And Alarm Images44................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Live Images Onto A Computer44................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Alarm Images Onto A Computer As Still Images44................................................................................................................................................................
Saving Alarm Data In Internal Memory Onto A Computer45................................................................................................................................................................
Wireless Lan Set Settings46................................................................................................................................................................
Video Server Wireless Lan Settings47................................................................................................................................................................
Description Of Wireless Lan Set Screen48................................................................................................................................................................
Encipherment Settings48................................................................................................................................................................
Ppp (dial-up) Settings49................................................................................................................................................................
Connecting The Video Server And Installing The Software49................................................................................................................................................................
Video Server Ppp Settings51................................................................................................................................................................
Rs-232c Settings (rs-232c Set)52................................................................................................................................................................
Ssp Settings (rs-485)53................................................................................................................................................................
Control Panel Displays For Equipment With Ssp54................................................................................................................................................................
Connection Examples For Equipment With Ssp (dome Camera)55................................................................................................................................................................
Language Selection56................................................................................................................................................................
Status Checking56................................................................................................................................................................
Glossary Of Terms57................................................................................................................................................................
Troubleshooting60................................................................................................................................................................
If The Video Server Cannot Be Connected60................................................................................................................................................................
If You Forget The Ip Address60................................................................................................................................................................
Specifications61................................................................................................................................................................

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