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    en Software manual

  • Table of contents

    1 Browser connection 111.1 System requirements 111.2 Establishing the connection 111.2.1 Password protection in camera 121.3 Protected network 12

    2 System overview 132.1 Live page 132.2 Playback 132.3 Settings 13

    3 Operation via the browser 143.1 Live page 143.1.1 Image selection 143.1.2 Digital I/O 153.1.3 System Log / Event Log 153.1.4 Saving snapshots 163.1.5 Recording video sequences 163.1.6 Recording status 163.1.7 Audio communication 163.1.8 Storage, CPU and network status 173.1.9 Status icons 183.2 Playback 193.2.1 Selecting recordings for playback 193.2.2 Exporting tracks 193.2.3 Searching for tracks 203.2.4 Controlling playback 20

    4 Basic Mode 224.1 Device Access 224.1.1 Name 224.1.2 Password 224.2 Date/Time 234.3 Network 244.4 Encoder 244.5 Audio 25

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  • 4.6 Recording 254.7 System Overview 25

    5 General settings 265.1 Identification 265.1.1 Naming 265.1.2 ID 265.1.3 iSCSI Initiator extension 265.2 Password 275.2.1 Enter Password 275.2.2 Confirm password 275.3 Date/Time 285.3.1 Date format 285.3.2 Device date / Device time 285.3.3 Device time zone 285.3.4 Daylight saving time 285.3.5 Time server IP address 295.3.6 Time server type 295.4 Display Stamping 305.4.1 Camera name stamping 305.4.2 Time stamping 305.4.3 Display milliseconds 305.4.4 Alarm mode stamping 305.4.5 Alarm message 315.4.6 Transparent stamping 315.4.7 Video authentication 315.5 GB/T 28181 31

    6 Web Interface 326.1 Appearance 326.1.1 Website language 326.1.2 Company logo 326.1.3 Device logo 326.1.4 Show VCA metadata 326.1.5 Show overlay icons 326.1.6 Select video player 336.1.7 JPEG size, interval and quality 33

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  • 6.2 LIVE Functions 346.2.1 Transmit audio 346.2.2 Show alarm inputs 346.2.3 Show alarm outputs 346.2.4 Show event log 346.2.5 Show system log 346.2.6 Allow snapshots 346.2.7 Allow local recording 356.2.8 I-frames-only stream 356.2.9 Path for JPEG and video files 356.3 Logging 366.3.1 Save event log 366.3.2 Save system log 36

    7 Camera 377.1 Installer Menu 377.1.1 Base frame rate 377.1.2 Camera LED 377.1.3 Mirror image 377.1.4 Flip image 377.1.5 Reboot device 377.1.6 Factory defaults 377.2 Picture settings Color 387.2.1 White balance 387.3 Picture settings ALC 407.3.1 ALC mode 407.3.2 ALC level 407.3.3 Exposure/frame rate 407.4 Picture settings Enhance 417.4.1 Backlight Compensation 417.4.2 Intelligent DNR 417.5 Encoder Settings 427.6 Privacy Masks 437.7 Audio 447.7.1 Adjust level 447.7.2 Recording format 44

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  • 7.8 Pixel Counter 45

    8 Encoder Settings 468.1 Introduction to encoder settings 468.2 Encoder Profile 478.2.1 Pre-defined profiles 478.2.2 Changing a profile 478.2.3 Profile name 478.2.4 Target bit rate 488.2.5 Maximum bit rate 488.2.6 Encoding interval 488.2.7 Standard definition video resolution 488.2.8 Expert Settings 488.2.9 Default 508.3 Encoder Streams 518.3.1 H.264 settings 518.3.2 JPEG stream 518.4 Encoder Regions 538.4.1 Selecting regions 53

    9 Recording 549.1 Introduction to recording 549.1.1 WiFi models 549.2 Storage Management 559.2.1 Device manager 559.2.2 Recording media 559.2.3 Activating and configuring storage media 569.2.4 Formatting storage media 569.2.5 Deactivating storage media 579.3 Recording Profiles 589.3.1 Recording track selection 589.3.2 Standard recording 599.3.3 Alarm recording 599.4 Maximum Retention Time 619.5 Recording Scheduler 629.5.1 Weekdays 629.5.2 Holidays 62

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  • 9.5.3 Profile names 639.5.4 Activate recording 639.5.5 Recording status 639.6 Recording Status 64

    10 Alarm 6510.1 Alarm Connections 6510.1.1 Connect on alarm 6510.1.2 Number of destination IP address 6510.1.3 Destination IP address 6510.1.4 Destination password 6510.1.5 Video transmission 6610.1.6 Stream 6610.1.7 Remote port 6610.1.8 Video output 6610.1.9 Decoder 6710.1.10 SSL encryption 6710.1.11 Auto-connect 6710.1.12 Audio 6710.2 Video Content Analyses (VCA) 6810.3 Audio Alarm 6910.3.1 Audio alarm 6910.3.2 Name 6910.3.3 Signal Ranges 6910.3.4 Threshold 6910.3.5 Sensitivity 6910.4 Alarm E-Mail 7010.4.1 Send alarm e-mail 7010.4.2 Mail server IP address 7010.4.3 SMTP user name 7010.4.4 SMTP password 7010.4.5 Format 7010.4.6 Image size 7010.4.7 Attach JPEG from camera 7110.4.8 Destination address 7110.4.9 Sender name 71

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  • 10.4.10 Test e-mail 7110.5 Alarm Task Editor 72

    11 Setting up VCA 7311.1 VCA - Silent VCA 7311.2 VCA - Profiles 7411.2.1 Aggregation time [s] 7411.2.2 Analysis type 7411.2.3 Motion detector 7511.2.4 Tamper detection 7611.3 VCA - Scheduled 8011.3.1 Weekdays 8011.3.2 Holidays 8011.4 VCA - Event triggered 8211.4.1 Trigger 8211.4.2 Trigger active 8211.4.3 Trigger inactive 8211.4.4 Delay [s] 82

    12 Interfaces 8312.1 Alarm input 8312.1.1 Name 8312.2 Alarm output 8312.2.1 Idle state 8312.2.2 Operating mode 8312.2.3 Output follows 8312.2.4 Output name 8412.2.5 Trigger output 8412.2.6 Illuminator 84

    13 Network 8513.1 Network Access 8513.1.1 Automatic IP assignment 8513.1.2 IP V4 address 8513.1.3 IP V6 address 8613.1.4 DNS server address 8613.1.5 Video transmission 8613.1.6 HTTP browser port 86

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  • 13.1.7 HTTPS browser port 8613.1.8 RCP+ port 1756 8713.1.9 Telnet support 8713.1.10 Interface mode ETH 8713.1.11 Network MSS [Byte] 8713.1.12 iSCSI MSS [Byte] 8813.1.13 Network MTU [Byte] 8813.2 DynDNS 8913.2.1 Enable DynDNS 8913.2.2 Provider 8913.2.3 Host name 8913.2.4 User name 8913.2.5 Password 8913.2.6 Force registration now 8913.2.7 Status 9013.3 Advanced 9113.3.1 Cloud-based Services 9113.3.2 RTSP port 9113.3.3 Authentication (802.1x) 9113.3.4 TCP metadata input 9113.4 Network Management 9213.4.1 SNMP 9213.4.2 UPnP 9213.4.3 Quality of Service 9313.5 WLAN 9413.6 Multicast 9513.6.1 Enable 9513.6.2 Multicast Address 9513.6.3 Port 9613.6.4 Streaming 9613.6.5 Multicast packet TTL 9613.7 Image Posting 9713.7.1 JPEG posting 9713.8 Accounts 9813.9 IPv4 Filter 99

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  • 14 Service 10014.1 Maintenance 10014.1.1 Update server 10014.1.2 Firmware 10014.1.3 Upload History 10114.1.4 Configuration 10114.1.5 SSL certificate 10114.1.6 Maintenance log 10214.2 System Overview 103

    15 Appendices 10415.1 Copyright notices 104

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  • Browser connectionA computer with Microsoft Internet Explorer is used to receivelive images, control the unit, and replay stored sequences. Theunit is configured over the network using the browser.

    System requirements Network access (Intranet or Internet) Microsoft Internet Explorer version 9 (32-bit) Screen resolution at least 1024 768 pixels 16- or 32-bit color depth JVM installedThe Web browser must be configured to enable Cookies fromthe IP address of the unit.In Windows Vista, deactivate protected mode on the Securitytab under Internet Options. To play back live video images, an appropriate ActiveX must beinstalled on the computer. If necessary, installBosch Video Client. This can be downloaded from the followingaddress:http://downloadstore.boschsecurity.com/

    Establishing the connectionThe unit must have a valid IP address to operate on yournetwork and a compatible subnet mask. By default, DHCP is pre-set at the factory to On and so your DHCP server assigns an IPaddress. With no DHCP server the default address is192.168.0.11. Start the Web browser.2. Enter the IP address of the unit as the URL.3. During initial installation, confirm any security questions

    that appear.

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  • Note:If you cannot connect, the unit may have reached its maximumnumber of connections. Depending on the device and networkconfiguration, each unit can have up to 50 web browserconnections, or up to 100 connections via Bosch Video Client orBosch Video Management System.

    Password protection in cameraA unit offers the option of limiting access across variousauthorization levels. If the unit is password-protected, amessage to enter the password appears.1. Enter the user name and the associated password in the

    appropriate fields.2. Click OK. If the password is correct, the desired page is

    displayed.

    Protected networkIf a RADIUS server is used for network access control (802.1xauthentication), the unit must be configured first. To configurethe unit, connect it directly to a computer using a network cableand configure the two parameters, Identity and Password. Onlyafter these have been configured can communication with theunit via the network occur.

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  • System overviewWhen a connection is established, the LIVE page is initiallydisplayed. The application title bar displays three items: LIVE,PLAYBACK, SETTIN

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