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Manuals Brands QNAP Manuals Recording Equipment VIOSTOR NVR User manual QNAP VIOSTOR NVR User Manual Network video recorder. Quick Links Download this manual. QNAP Systems, Inc. All Rights Reserved. Related Manuals for QNAP VIOSTOR NVR DVR QNAP VioStor NVR User Manual pages. Network Hardware QNAP VioStor User Manual Network video recorder pages. Summary of Contents for QNAP VIOSTOR NVR Page 1 ETWORK IDEO ECORDER QNAP V ECORDING YSTEM User Manual Version: 5.
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Page 4 Regulatory Notice FCC STATEMENT This equipment has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation.
Page 5: Table Of Contents Table of Contents Table of Contents Page 6 6. Page 7 Advanced Mode Page 8 9. QNAP Applications Page 9 Create Remote Replication Job on Amazon S QNAP Surveillance Central Management QSCM Lite Please make sure the environment is well-ventilated. The power cord and devices connected to this product must provide correct supply voltage. Do not place this product in direct sunlight or near chemicals.
Make sure the temperature and humidity of the environment are in optimized level. Page Chapter 1. Introduction Introduction 1. Up to channels from multiple QNAP NVR servers can be monitored simultaneously. Page Hardware Illustration 1. Power connector Page Chapter 2. Page 26 MxPEG or above M-JPEG Quad core CPU 2. Page 27 Security Settings of the Web Browser Please make sure the security level of the IE browser in Internet Options is set to Medium or lower. Page Browse Cd-Rom QIG: View the hardware installation instructions of the NVR.
Page Hard Disk Drives Compatibility List This product works with 2. Page Check System Status 2. Page System Configuration 2. Follow the instructions to install the Finder. Upon successful installation, run the Finder. If the Finder is blocked by the firewall, unblock it. The Finder detects the NVR servers on the local network. Page 34 Add IP Cameras Please follow the steps below to add IP cameras.
Go to Surveillance Settings Please login to the NVR as an administrator and click the Surveillance Settings shortcut on the QVR desktop. Click to add an IP camera. Page 35 Live View Click the Monitor shortcut on the QVR desktop to go to monitoring page. If it is your first time connecting to the NVR monitoring page, you will need to install the add-on.
The live video from the IP cameras configured on the NVR and the recording status of each channel are shown. Page Chapter 3. Use The Nvr By Local Display Chapter 3. Page 37 When the NVR is turned on, the login screen will be shown. Select the language. Enter the administrator name and password. If the NVR has not been configured, skip the login page and enter Quick Configuration refer to Chapter 3. Default user name: admin Default password: admin Page 38 Click to select the display language.
If a USB keyboard is connected, click to choose the keyboard layout. Click the keyboard icon to enter the necessary information if a USB keyboard is not available. The monitoring page will be shown upon successful login, refer to Chapter 3. Page Quick Configuration 3.
Follow the instructions of the wizard to complete the system setup. Note: All the changes will be effective only after applying the settings in the last step. Page 40 Select to obtain the network settings automatically or enter the network settings. Enter the date and time settings. Select to synchronize the server time with an Internet time server. To enter a domain name for the NTP server, make sure the DNS server has been correctly set up. Page 41 Select the disk configuration. Note that all the disk data will be deleted when the disk volume is initialized.
Configure the IP camera settings. If no IP cameras have been set, try to search for the cameras on the local network. Page 42 The cameras found will be shown. To manually add an IP camera or edit the camera settings, click Page 43 Enter the camera settings. Page 44 Digital Watermarking: Enable this option to add digital watermarks to the video files recorded to the NVR. Use the Watermark Proof utility to verify if the video files were maliciously modified. For more information, refer to Chapter 6.
After the system has been initialized, the NVR is ready for use. Page Surveillance Settings 3. Note that this button option will be shown for administrator access only. Select the language and click the icons to configure the settings. Page 47 Icon Description Change the administrator password to login local display.
Change the network settings. Change the date and time settings. Check the disk volume information Configure the IP camera settings. Page Monitoring 3. Monitor the IP cameras, change the display mode, enable or disable manual recording, control the PTZ cameras, and so on. Select monitoring mode View video Camera image and IP list camera info PTZ camera control panel Page 49 CPU Status: Display system CPU usage Hard drives Status: Display hard drive usage About: View the server name, NVR model, and firmware version.
Logout: Logout the NVR. Manual recording: Enable or disable recording on the IP camera. Page 50 Event Notification Icon Description Event notification: When the alarm recording is enabled and an event is detected, this icon will be shown.
Click this icon to view the alert details. The alert sound can be turned on or off. If the IP camera supports PTZ, use the control panel on the NVR to adjust the viewing angle of the IP camera. These functions are available depending on the camera models.
Please consult the camera's documentation for details. Page 52 Display Mode The NVR supports various display modes for monitoring. Click the correct icon to switch the display mode. Icon Description Full screen Single-channel mode 4-channel mode 6-channel mode 8-channel mode 9-channel mode channel mode channel mode 4x4, 5x4, 5x5, 6x5, 8x4, 6x6 channel mode Select the display page number Sequential mode.
Page 53 Live View Screen Upon successful configuration of the IP cameras, enter the monitoring screen to view the live video from the cameras. If the camera supports pan and tilt functions, click the channel on the screen and adjust the viewing angle with a mouse. If zooming is supported, scroll the mouse wheel to zoom in or zoom out the video.
Manuals Brands HP Manuals Switch Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series User manual HP Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series User Manual Hp gigabit ethernet switch series. Quick Links. HP Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series. Related Manuals for HP Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series Switch HP Series Getting Started Manual 10 pages. Switch HP officeconnect series Getting Started Manual 32 pages.
Cisco mds family fabric manager configuration guide, release 3. Summary of Contents for HP Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series Page 1: User Guide HP Gigabit Ethernet Switch Series User Guide Part number: Software version: Release Document version: 5W Page 2 The only warranties for HP products and services are set forth in the express warranty statements accompanying such products and services.
Nothing herein should be construed as constituting an additional warranty. Page 10 Configuring These configuration methods are suitable for different application scenarios. The CLI provides configuration commands to facilitate your operation. Page Configuring The Switch In The Web Interface TCP connections.
When the limit is reached, you cannot log in to the Web interface. Page 16 Figure 1 Internet Explorer settings 1 Click Custom Level. In the Security Settings dialog box, enable Run ActiveX controls and plug-ins, Script ActiveX controls marked safe for scripting, and Active scripting. Page 17 Figure 2 Internet Explorer settings 2 Click OK to save your settings.
Page Logging Out Of The Web Interface For security purposes, log out of the Web interface after you finish your operations. Because the system does not save the current configuration automatically, HP recommends that you perform this step to avoid loss of configuration. Click Logout in the upper-right corner of the Web interface. The result is displayed in the body area. Body area—Allows you to configure and display features.
Page 22 Function menu Description User level Electronic Display the electronic label of the device. Monitor Label Diagnostic Generate diagnostic information file and view or Management Information save the file to local host.
System Time Display and configure the system date and time. Configure System Time Display the synchronization status of the system Page 23 Function menu Description User level Switch To Switch the current user level to the management Visitor Management level. Loopback Loopback Perform loopback tests on Ethernet interfaces. Configure Check the status of the cables connected to Ethernet Configure ports. Display the average rate at which the interface Flow Port Traffic receives and sends packets within a specified time Page 24 Function menu Description User level Select VLAN Select a VLAN range.
Monitor Create Create VLANs. Configure Port Detail Display the VLAN-related details of a port. Monitor Display the member port information about a Detail Monitor VLAN VLAN. Modify the description and member ports of a Modify VLAN Configure VLAN. Page 25 Function menu Description User level Display information about LACP-enabled ports and Summary Monitor their partner ports. LACP Setup Set LACP priorities. Configure Display the LLDP configuration information, local information, neighbor information, statistics Monitor Port Setup information, and status information about a port.
Modify LLDP configuration on a port. Page 26 Function menu Description User level Summary Display the IPv6 active route table. Monitor IPv6 Routing Create Create an IPv6 static route. Configure Remove Delete the selected IPv6 static routes.
Configure Display information about the DHCP status, advanced configuration information about the DHCP relay agent, DHCP server group Monitor configuration, DHCP relay agent interface Page 27 Function menu Description User level Display the accounting method configuration Monitor information about an ISP domain.
Accounting Specify accounting methods for an ISP domain. Management RADIUS Server Display and configure RADIUS server information. Management RADIUS RADIUS Setup Display and configure RADIUS parameters. Management Display configuration information about local Monitor Page 28 Function menu Description User level Link Setup Create a rule for a link layer ACL. Configure Remove Delete an IPv4 ACL or its rules.
Configure Summary Display IPv6 ACL configuration information. Monitor Create Create an IPv6 ACL. Configure Basic Setup Configure a rule for a basic IPv6 ACL. Page Common Items On The Web Pages Function menu Description User level Display PSE information and PoE interface Summary Monitor information. PSE Setup Configure a PoE interface. Configure Port Setup Configure a port. Configure Common items on the Web pages Buttons and icons Table 2 Commonly used buttons and icons Button and icon Function Applies the configuration on the current page.
Page 30 Figure 7 Content display by pages Search function The Web interface provides you with the basic and advanced searching functions to display only the entries that match specific searching criteria. Page 31 Figure 9 Advanced search Take the LLDP table shown in Figure 7 as an example.
To search for the LLDP entries with LLDP Work Mode TxRx, and LLDP Status Disabled: Click the Advanced Search link, specify the search criteria on the advanced search page as shown Figure 10, and click Apply. Page 32 Figure 12 Advanced search function example 3 Sort function On some list pages, the Web interface provides the sorting function to display the entries in a certain order.
The Web interface provides you with the sorting functions to display entries in certain orders. On a list page, you can click the blue heading item of each column to sort the entries based on the heading item you selected. As a supplementary to the Web interface, the CLI provides some configuration commands to facilitate your operation, which are described in this chapter.
Page Setting Terminal Parameters NOTE: The serial port on a PC does not support hot swapping. Page 35 Figure 16 Setting the serial port used by the HyperTerminal connection Set Bits per second toData bits to 8, Parity to None, Stop bits to 1, and Flow control to None, and click OK. Page 36 Figure 18 HyperTerminal window Click the Settings tab, set the emulation to VT, and click OK in the Switch Properties dialog box. Figure 19 Setting terminal emulation in Switch Properties dialog box Page Logging In To The Cli Username:admin Press Enter.
The Password prompt appears. CLI commands This section contains the following commands Page Initialize initialize Syntax initialize Parameters None Description Use initialize to delete the configuration file to be used at the next startup and reboot the device with the default configuration being used during reboot. Use the command with caution because this command deletes the configuration file to be used at the next startup and restores the factory default settings.
Page Ipsetup Ipv6 Create VLAN-interface 1 and assign Description Use ping to ping a specified destination. Page Quit Examples Ping IPv6 address Page Reboot reboot Syntax reboot Parameters None Description Use reboot to reboot the device and run the main configuration file. Use the command with caution because reboot results in service interruption. If the main configuration file is corrupted or does not exist, the device cannot be rebooted with the reboot command.
HP G Switch uptime is 0 week, 0 day, 1 hour, 25 minutes HP G Switch M bytes DRAM Page Upgrade Ipv6 To validate the downloaded software package file, reboot the device. NOTE: The HP Switch Series does not provide an independent Boot ROM image; instead, it integrates the Boot ROM image with the system software image file together in a software package file with the extension name of. Page Configuration Example For Upgrading The System Software Image At The Cli Examples Download software package file main.
Page 46 Deleting the old file, please wait File will be transferred in binary mode Downloading file from remote TFTP server, please wait BootRom file updating finished! Reboot the switch. Page Configuration Wizard Configuration wizard The configuration wizard guides you through configuring the basic service parameters, including the system name, system location, contact information, and management IP address.
Basic service setup Entering the configuration wizard homepage Select Wizard from the navigation tree. Figure 21 Configuration wizard homepage Configuring system parameters On the wizard homepage, click Next. Page 48 Figure 22 System parameter configuration page Configure the parameters as described in Table Table 3 Configuration items Item Description Specify the system name. The system name appears at the top of the navigation tree.
Page Configuring Management Ip Address Configuring management IP address CAUTION: Modifying the management IP address used for the current login terminates the connection to the device. Use the new management IP address to re-log in to the system.
On the system parameter configuration page, click Next.