1. Open and access the DVR using Video Server E. Click on the System Config button. 2. Go to General > Account. Click on the user that you would like to make changes to. Click on Add, Delete, or Edit. 3. Add or Edit the user account information. Click on "Ok" when you are done. 4. Hit "Apply" to apply changes.
1. From computer: Go to Start > Run > type cmd then press enter
command prompt: type: ipconfig then press enter
3. Have a pen and paper ready
and write down the ip address, subnet mask, and default gateway (please note not
to use the same ip address on your DVR, please change the last digit by + / -
4. Hook up DVR to router.
5. From your DVR, go to Menu >
6. On Network setup menu, configure the following:
• Port: (9000)
• Web Port: (Should use the same number as your
DVR’s model #, example: GS2002 would be web port: 2002)
• IP Address: (Please
use ip address from ipconfig w/ last digit change by +/- 1)
• Subnet Mask:
(Use same subnet mask from ipconfig)
• Gateway: (Use same gateway from
• DNS: (Use same number as your Gateway)
• DDNS: (Please note
that you only use this function if you have a dynamic ip address from you
internet provider, you can contact your internet service provider to find out
what type of ip address you have, for dynamic ip address forwarding, please go
7. Press Apply to save the changes you made.
Menu on remote control or front panel until your DVR will prompt you to reboot
and press OK.
9. From your computer, open command prompt again (cmd) and
type: ping (DVR’s ip address) then press enter.
10. If you see reply 3 times,
then your network setting is good.
11. If you see request time out, please go
back to DVR’s network setup and verify your network settings.
12. If you can
ping the ip address, then open Internet Explorer and follow link below for your
ActiveX Control settings: http://www.gadspot.com/faqdesk_info.php?faqPath=1&faqdesk_id=45
After you configure your browser, type the DVR’s ip address on the address bar
with : and (DVR’s port number) then hit enter. Example: 192.168.1.50:2002
You should be at the DVR’s Login screen now, please press login button to access
your DVR over the network.(there’s no need to setup a password on your DVR, the
default setting should be “no”). Setup is complete.
The main advantages of digital recording are maintenance-free operation for longer periods of time and increased stream resolution. Consider a 24 hours time lapse VCR, which does the job in most cases. Every 24 hours, one has to change the tape, or program the VCR to automatically start over when the tape reaches the end. Time-lapse VCRs that record hundreds of hours on a tape - they just do not record every fraction of a second, but merely one image at every x seconds. If recording is not triggered by motion detectors, one can fail to catch the very important moment on tape. In another words, in order to record continuously (say 30 frames per second), there is only so much a tape can take. Digital technologies increase the storage ten or even hundred fold: a 60Gb hard drive stores live video for a week.