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ONVIF Device Manager User Guide,1 Introduction,1 1 Intended Use. ONVIF Device Manager is a software application used to administrate network. video servers and cameras within CCTV systems The User Guide describes the. product installation video encoder network and analytics configuration the. software update and troubleshooting Thus the document is intended for the. personnel responsible for administrating CCTV systems and separate network. video surveillance devices with the help of ONVIF Device Manager. 1 2 System Requirements, Windows XP SP3 operation system or higher Windows 7 recommended. Microsoft NET Framework 4,1 Gb RAM 2 Gb recommended. 40 b of free drive space,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 2. ONVIF Device Manager User Guide,2 Installing and Getting Started.
2 1 ONVIF Device Manager Setup,1 Download onvifdm msi setup file from Synesis. http synesis ru ru surveillance downloads or SourceForge. http sourceforge net projects onvifdm web site,2 Run onvifdm msi. Setup Wizard will check if Microsoft NET Framework 4 is installed to the. computer If it is absent the following message is displayed. 3 Click Yes You will be redirected to http www microsoft com. UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 3,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 4 Download dotNetFx40 Full setup exe and install NET Framework according. to the setup instructions, 5 After Microsoft NET Framework 4 setup run onvifdm msi again. 6 Windows User Account Control may ask for the permission to continue the. installation Click Yes, 7 To complete ONVIF Device Manager installation process click Close.
UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 4,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 2 2 Starting ONVIF Device Manager, 1 Launch ONVIF Device Manager from he desktop or Start menu. 2 During the first launch Windows Firewall may ask for the permission to. open access to the network for onvifdm exe Click Allow access. 3 After ONVIF Device Manager has been launched your device is. automatically detected and displayed at the end of the device list on the. left If the device has not been detected automatically check the connection. and click Refresh,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 5,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 4 To make sure the device is selected correctly check live video snapshots. from the active video channels If the snapshots are not displayed check. Enable snapshots in Application Settings button,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 6. ONVIF Device Manager User Guide,3 Application Configuration.
3 1 Video Server Identification,1 Click on the device. 2 Select Identification at the top of the menu list. 3 Check that Device ID value coinsides with its serial number. 4 Fill in Name and Location fields,5 Click Apply Your settings are saved. Identification tab contains URI parameter necessary for. connecting the device to a video management system. UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 7,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 3 2 Time Settings, For correct functioning of access management system it is necessary to. synchronize the time on the device and on the user s computer If the device is. equipped with a real time clock with independent power supply the time is. synchronized automatically, For video servers and cameras not equipped with an RTC clock or independent.
power supply it is necessary to select Synchronize with NTP server option. Otherwise in case of power cut the time on the device is reset and it is. impossible to access the device from the PC,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 8. ONVIF Device Manager User Guide,3 3 Network Settings. Select Network Setting from the device menu By default the settings are the. 3 3 1 Settings for a Network with DHCP Server, Nowadays most networks are equipped with a DHCP server which. automatically assigns an IP address to devices connected In this case fields IP. Address Subnet Mask and Default Gateway are filled automatically and. uneditable, 1 Host name DNS and NTP servers can either be received from DHCP or. entered manually Select the option you need,2 After all the settings are selected click Apply.
3 Wait until the devise reboots,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 9. ONVIF Device Manager User Guide,3 3 2 Settings for a Network without DHCP Server. If the network has no DHCP server the device IP address is determined. automatically via ZeroConf protocole Enable zero config option is checked by. 1 In computer s network settings select Receive IP address automatically If. a static IP address is selected the video server will not be shown in the. device list as belonging to another network, 2 In order to assign the device a static IP address eg in a network without. DHCP server select Off in DHCP dropdown After that fields IP address. Subnet mask and Default gateway are possible to edit manually. 3 Fill in fields Host name DNS and NTP servers manually. 4 Specify other settings and click Apply,5 Wait until the device reboots. 3 3 3 Discovering device in a network, To make device function without being discovered in the network select non.
discoverable option as ONVIF discovery mode, To make it visible in the list select discoverable. UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 10,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 3 3 4 Additional Settings, In most cases a video analytical device is connected to a local network and has. a local IP address In order to get access to the device beyond the local. network or to connect it directly to the Internet the following settings are. 1 Go to Web page to Network tab,2 Check Enable NAT traversing. 3 Enter Global IP address,4 Specify NAT ports and click Apply.
UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 11,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 3 4 User Management, ONVIF Device Manager supports the following types of users. Anonymous user is not registered in the system and therefore can have. unlimited access only to those devices from the list where no users from other. categories user operator administrator are registered On the devices. with at least one abovementioned user anonymous user has right only to view. time settings, Administrator has access to all application sections and features the rights to. reboot the device reset the settings and update the firmware create other. users with different access rights, The first user on the device must be created as Administrator. For the differences in Operator s and User s access rights by default consult. the table on the following page, CHANGE the right to change current and create new settings.
VIEW the settings are not hidden but it is not permitted to change and. create them, HIDDEN Certain settings or even the whole section is hidden. UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 12,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. Application section or feature Operator User,Identification VIEW HIDDEN. Time Settings VIEW VIEW,Maintenance,Configuration backup HIDDEN HIDDEN. Configuration restore HIDDEN HIDDEN,Soft factory reset HIDDEN HIDDEN.
Hard factory reset HIDDEN HIDDEN,Device Reboot CHANGE HIDDEN. Firmware update HIDDEN HIDDEN,Network Settings VIEW VIEW. Users HIDDEN HIDDEN,Certificates VIEW VIEW,System Log HIDDEN HIDDEN. Relays Settings CHANGE VIEW,Web Page CHANGE,Events including filter management CHANGE CHANGE. Live Video including rtsp link CHANGE CHANGE,Video Streaming CHANGE VIEW.
Object tracking CHANGE VIEW,Depth calibration CHANGE VIEW. Service detectors CHANGE VIEW,Antishaker CHANGE VIEW. Annotation settings CHANGE VIEW,Rules CHANGE VIEW,Metadata CHANGE VIEW. Profiles CHANGE VIEW,Settings Kipod Server CHANGE VIEW. UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 13,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide.
3 4 1 Creating Users,1 To create a new user go to User. management tab and click,2 In the next window specify User. name password 2 times and,his role in the system,administrator operator or. user Click Apply, The first user on the device must be created as Administrator. The following message is displayed and the user is added to the list. To edit user data use Modify button,To delete a user click Delete.
UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 14,ONVIF Device Manager User Guide. 3 4 2 Login, 1 After launching ONVIF Device Manager enter user name and password in. the corresponding fields at the left upper corner of the window. 2 To remember login and password for the next application launch check. Remember before logging in,UG ODM RU 120 503 6 V 1 1 15. 2 2 Starting ONVIF Device Manager 1 Launch ONVIF Device Manager from he desktop or Start menu 2 During the first launch Windows Firewall may ask for the permission to open access to the network for onvifdm exe Click Allow access 3 After ONVIF Device Manager has been launched your device is

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