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1 Intelligent Monitoring Configuration Tool User Guide Software Version 1.0 and above EZPlugger 2004 Sony Corporation

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3 Copyright Notice 2004 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. This manual may not be reproduced, translated or reduced to any machine readable form in whole or in part, without prior written approval from Sony Corporation. SONY CORPORATION PROVIDES NO WARRANTY WITH REGARD TO THIS MANUAL OR INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH REGARD TO THIS MANUAL OR SUCH INFORMATION. IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT, CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL OR INFORMATION CONTAINED HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF. Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any modification to this manual or the information contained herein at any time without notice. Trademarks Microsoft, Windows and Windows NT are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation. Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel Corporation. Ethernet is a registered trademark of Xerox Corporation All other brands and product names are trademarks or registered trademarks of their respective owners. i

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5 Table of Contents Intelligent Monitoring Configuration Tool... 1 Introduction... 1 Overview... 1 EZPlugger... 3 Welcome... 3 EZPlugger Control Center... 3 Camera/Video Network Station Configuration... 4 Device Configuration Wizard... 4 Device Discovery... 5 Configuration Name... 5 Configuration Device List... 6 Configure Devices Continue... 6 Device Configuration Progress... 7 Device Configuration Completed... 7 Manual Device Settings... 8 Configure Devices Offline... 9 Update Firmware Update Firmware Wizard Device Discovery Update Device (Type) Selection Firmware Update Not Required Firmware Update Progress Update Firmware Results Replicate Camera/Video Network Station Settings Replicate Configuration Wizard Device Discovery Device Configuration List Configuration Naming Select Source Device Execute Configuration Replication Replicate Device Progress Replication Results RealShot Manager Integration RealShot Manager Integration RealShot Manager Edit Server List iii

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7 Intelligent Monitoring Configuration Tool Introduction Welcome to the Sony IP Security Monitoring Configuration Tool (EZPlugger). EZPlugger is a group of Wizards designed to assist you in the configuration, firmware update and validation of Sony Digital Surveillance products prior to and during the installation process. Sony s IP Monitoring Cameras connect directly to the network while the Video Network Stations allow use of an existing analog camera in a network environment. EZPlugger task specific Wizards provide a step by step approach supporting Device Configuration, Firmware Update, and Device Parameter Replication. Features include; EZPlugger Control Center: A common launch point for all EZPlugger wizards. EZPlugger Configurator: Applies the common configuration changes to multiple Sony Digital Surveillance devices. EZPlugger Updater: Manages the firmware Update process for Sony Digital Surveillance IP Monitoring Cameras or Video Network Stations. EZPlugger Replicator: Captures the configuration from an existing IP Monitoring Camera or Video Network Station and replicates the configuration to like devices on a network. Overview The EZPlugger tool for Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras and Video Network Stations is a group of "wizards" designed to be used by System Integrators. Because of the large number of parameters associated with digital IP Monitoring devices, it is often very time consuming to set and record critical configuration parameters across the network. The EZPlugger Wizards make the job of configuring digital surveillance devices easy. The EZPlugger Configuration Wizard is targeted at setting those critical items of configuration so a network of devices can be configured and operating in a timely manner. Automatic device discovery of each IP Monitoring device on the network is a key feature of EZPlugger operation. Additional features include: Configuration of Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras and Video Network Stations Automatic IP address Assignment for discovered devices Automatic Configuration of Common Parameters in multiple IP Monitoring devices Off-line Configuration Creation Select and Apply a previous Configuration to connected devices Select and Replicate a device Configuration to other devices Intelligent Firmware Update of Sony s Digital Surveillance IP Monitoring devices Print Summary Reports and Device Labels An additional feature of EZPlugger is assisting in the integration of IP Monitoring devices with Sony s RealShot Manager (RSM). Setting a target RSM Server for the target device(s) is included in the configuration values. 1

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9 EZPlugger Welcome Welcome to the IP Monitoring Configuration Tool (EZPlugger). EZPlugger is a group of Wizards designed to support the process of configuring one or more IP Monitoring Devices using task specific Wizards offering a step by step approach to the process. Task specific Wizards support Device Configuration, Firmware Update, and Device Parameter Replication. On start up, the EZPlugger Control Center is displayed. EZPlugger Control Center The EZPlugger Control Center is your entry point into the features of the Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras and Video Network Station Configuration Tool (EZPlugger). EZPlugger is a group of "Wizards" which lead you through the step-by-step process of Configuring, Replicating or Updating one or more IP Monitoring Cameras or Video Network Stations. The typical workflow is discussed in the introductory document included with the distribution media. From the Control Center you select Configure Devices, Replicate (an existing) Configuration, or Update (Device) Firmware. Help is available (Help button) on all dialogs that require your interaction with the application. In addition, a question mark located at the right side of the Title Bar indicates Context Sensitive Help is available for the specific window. Simply click the Question Mark and then click on the item or area in the window for additional information. 3

10 Camera/Video Network Station Configuration Device Configuration Wizard Welcome to EZPlugger, the Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camera and Video Network Station configuration Wizard. EZPlugger is a group of Wizards designed to assist you in the configuration, firmware update and validation of Sony Digital Surveillance products prior to and during the installation process. Sony s IP Monitoring Cameras connect directly to the network while Video Network Stations allow use of an existing analog camera in a network environment. The following sections outline a step by step process for configuration of the attached devices. After finalizing the configuration (Step 3) the settings are saved in EZPlugger under the Configuration Name. These will be available for selection during subsequent configuration processes where at least one of the same devices is detected. Using the Device Configuration Wizard you can discover supported Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras or Video Network Stations attached to EZPlugger via a network hub or switch. The Device Configuration Wizard allows you to name the Configuration for later use, review each detected device, view the picture returned by the camera (for confirmation), manually tailor settings common to all devices and those specific to individual devices, and set the network address of an associated RSM Server. EZPlugger will automatically assign network (IP) addresses to the discovered devices if DHCP is not available on the network. Once Device Configuration is complete you can generate a printed report and also print labels for application to each configured device. Click Help where available to obtain a general description of the current dialog. Specific (context sensitive) Help is available whenever you see a question mark (?) adjacent to the Close button in the window s Title Bar. Note: You must use either a network hub or switch. EZPlugger makes use of the device s MAC address during the discovery and configuration process. Network routers hide device MAC addresses and are therefore not compatible with the EZPlugger application. The initial step in the Device Configuration Process is Device Discovery. 4

11 Device Discovery Device Discovery is the initial step in the configuration process. EZPlugger triggers an automatic response from each Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camera or Video Network Station attached to the network hub or switch. Based on this response EZPlugger creates a configuration which includes the Model and the unique identification for each discovered Network Camera or Station (device). You should confirm that all devices have been discovered by reviewing the content and device count shown in the Model / # Found list. If the discovered "Models" and/or "# Found" do not correspond to the attached devices click Rediscover, if the "Model / # Found" list is correct then click Next. When no devices are discovered a "No devices" message appears in the Message area. You can continue and create a configuration offline for later application. Click Next and the Offline Configuration confirmation appears. Click Yes and the Offline Configuration window opens. Configuration Name Configurations are stored locally on the PC hosting the EZPlugger application. Once Device Discovery has completed a comparison is made between discovered devices and devices contained in previously stored configurations. Based on this comparison one of two dialogs will open. If none of the devices have been previously used in a stored configuration then you will be prompted to enter a New Configuration Name. If any discovered device is present in a stored configuration then you will have an opportunity to either select an existing configuration or create a new configuration. Stored configurations are recalled as described above for use when it becomes necessary to re-apply the configuration or add additional devices to an existing configuration. Each configuration is identified by a Configuration Name established during the process of building the original configuration. Select the existing configuration and click Use Selected or click New. If you are establishing a New Configuration, type its name in the text box and click Continue. The Configuration Device List window opens. 5

12 Configuration Device List The Configuration Device List window provides you with information on all devices discovered by EZPlugger. An incremented Name, e.g., Camera_#1, Camera_#2, etc., will be automatically assigned to each device in the order in which they were discovered. To verify the current view of the device, click anywhere in the line containing the target device. The image currently being returned by the camera will appear in a thumbnail view to the left. From the Configuration Device List window you can access functions that allow you to manually tailor a wide variety of settings at both the system and device level. To access these settings click Manual Configuration. To change a device Name doubleclick in the cell containing the current Name, e.g., Camera_#1. This will highlight the current name and then type the new Name. The new value is set when you click anyplace else in the window. Note: If a configuration is prepared off-line the device Name may be created at that time. In that case the value is set based on the Name corresponding to the Model/Serial # information. Devices included in a previously created Configuration and not discovered are shown as unavailable (text appears dimmed) in the Device List. Additional information returned for each unit during the devices discovery process is the MAC Address, the Model, Serial #, and the Server IP address (if previously set) of the associated RealShot Manager application. To set the Server IP click the target device and then click on the desired Server from the Server IP Choices list. If Servers are not present in the list click Update Server List and add the Server information. Click Next to continue to the Configuration Confirmation window. Configure Devices Continue This confirms that you wish to proceed with the configuration of all discovered devices. When you click Continue EZPlugger will start applying the changes to the attached Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras and Video Network Stations. To proceed click Continue. The Device Configuration Progress window opens to display the status of the configuration process. A Configuration Summary window displays a list of all device changed. If you click Cancel you will be returned to the configuration setup window. 6

13 Device Configuration Progress Once Device Configuration has started a window opens which includes a count of the number of devices configured against the total number of devices, a progress bar indicating a relative point in the configuration process and an elapsed time indicator. You should monitor the displayed progress information. Device configuration is realized on a device by device basis so in a larger system the total time to complete the configuration of all devices can be quite long. Error information is displayed in the Message area. If any error occurs during the configuration process the Progress window remains open. Note any information found in the Message area and then click Next to progress to the Results Summary. Note: Error messages are also written to the application log file. You should review this file, correct the errors and then reapply the same configuration. When all devices are successfully configured the progress window closes and the Results Summary window is displayed. Device Configuration Completed The final report of the device configuration process is the Configuration Summary. This report includes information for all devices and two Print options: Print Summary or Print Labels. An important item in this report is the device s "Web Config" or IP address. This address must be used when connecting to the device from your Web Browser to set other device specific parameters. You can click directly on the "Web Config" value (nnn.nnn.nnn.nnn) to access additional device setup pages using a web browser. If a value does not appear in the Web Config column the device was NOT available during the configuration process. To obtain a more detailed printed report of the Configuration Results, insure that a printer is attached and turned on then click Summary. You can preview the summary (click Preview) or click Print and the standard Windows Printer dialog opens where you can select the target printer. In most installations it is desirable to identify each device with a label which can be attached to the device. EZPlugger includes the ability to print a device label formatted to fit on the devices and containing the information necessary to easily identify the device. The configuration of EZPlugger to support sheet based labels using a standard printer is described in the Installation Guide. Insure that a printer is attached and turned on then click Labels. 7

14 Manual Device Settings Manual Device Configuration A Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camera or Video Network Station may be used in a variety of network environments. In the simplest of environments all devices are directly attached to a network hub or switch. Configuration and IP addressing in this case is very clear and can be easily configured. A more complex case is when one or more devices are remotely connected to the network through a Wireless Access Point (WAP). In this case the WAP often acts as a router and "hides" some of the network information about the device from the main network and EZPlugger. In this case Manual Configuration of the attached device is required. Manual device configuration settings are applied at two levels. One level is common to all devices while the other level is applied to specific devices. Settings found on the Common tab and applied across all devices are Date and Time Settings and Network Settings. Settings found on the Devices tab are specific to the designated Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camera or Video Network Station. These deal with the image System Settings and Image Settings. Device Configuration Common Tab The "Common" tab contains properties which will be applied to all Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras and Video Network Stations in the Configuration. Two major configuration groups are common across all discovered devices. They are Date and Time Settings and Network Settings. In the Date and Time setting group you can set the Local Time Zone for the customer s facility. In addition, you can set the Date, the Time and the Date/time Format for reporting purposes. The Network Settings group controls how the devices interact with the network. Two secondary groups control the exact interaction. Obtain IP address automatically indicates whether devices should get their basic network settings (network address, network gateway, etc.) from a DHCP server or use the settings configured in the boxes included in the group. Obtain DNS server address automatically indicates whether devices whether it should get additional network information from the DHCP server or use the settings configured in the boxes included in the group. 8

15 Device Configuration Devices Tab The "Devices" tab contains properties which will be applied to the specific Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camer or Video Network Station selected in Name. Values set here are applied only to the designated device Two groups are set for the specific device. They are the device s System Settings and its Image Settings. In the System setting group you set the type of mounting, e.g., Ceiling or Desktop, for the specific device. In addition, you can set the Frame Rate for the device. The Image Settings group primarily controls the Image Quality and the Image Size. In addition, for devices that do not support the Mounting option found in System Settings you can set the image orientation (Flip Image). This is not available for devices that support the Mounting option. Configure Devices Offline When EZPlugger is started and Sony Digital IP Monitoring Cameras or Video Network Stations are not discovered you can create a configuration off-line for application to one or more devices at a later time. This offline option allows you to work in an environment not driven by the time pressures normally associated with installation. Prior to starting you should obtain the following information from your Security System designer; a unique identification (Name) for each device, the corresponding Model and Serial # for the device, and the IP address of the RealShot Manager (if used in the system). The key parameters on the off-line configuration page are Name, Model and Serial #. The Model and Serial # parameters are used to match the individual configuration settings to the device and determine the target for all other configuration settings. You must also enter unique device identification in Name. The Name is used to identify the device for Manual Configuration settings and aids in device identification since it appears on the applied printed Label. Type the Serial # value and select the corresponding value from the Model list. It is important to maintain the correlation between the Name, Model and Serial # to insure that the device is easily identified. Select the designated RSM from the Server IP list (optional). This value is used to determine which RSM is the target for pictures returned from the camera. If no servers are available you can click Update Server List and add a RSM Server. Once all values are entered or selected click Add. The new device will appear in the Device List. Continue to add devices until the configuration is complete then click Next. Printed Summary and Labels are available from the Offline Configuration Results Report window. Once a device has been added Manual Configuration becomes available. To further tailor the settings for devices click Manual Configuration Settings common to all devices, e.g., Date & Time Settings and Network Settings are available. In addition, devices specific settings dealing with the returned image are also available. See Manual Device Configuration for additional information. 9

16 No Devices are Found When configuring devices and the Device Discovery process fails to locate any devices then a "No devices found message" is displayed in the Message area. Offline Device Configuration When creating a New Configuration offline you will be required to enter information into EZPlugger. Two key items, Model, and Serial Number, are normally returned by the device during the Discovery Process. The third item is the Name which is used to identify the device for Manual Configuration. In addition, you can optionally select the RSM Server the device will the target for pictures. Note: If no RSM Servers are contained in the EZPlugger list you can add them during the Configuration process. 10

17 Update Firmware Update Firmware Wizard Welcome to the EZPlugger IP Monitoring Firmware Update Wizard. EZPlugger is a group of Wizards designed to assist you in the configuration, firmware update and validation of Sony Digital Surveillance products prior to and during the installation process. Sony s IP Monitoring Cameras connect directly to the network while the Video Network Stations allow use of an existing analog camera in a network environment. From the Firmware Update Wizard you can apply an updated version of firmware to any number of discovered like devices attached to EZPlugger via a network hub or switch. The Firmware Update Wizard is used to simplify the process of updating a large number of devices with the same version of firmware. Updated versions of device firmware are included in EZPlugger updates available from Sony Support Services. The Update Firmware Wizard discovers any attached IP Monitoring devices. The Device Discovery window is very similar to the one shown during device configuration. Once discovery is complete you can review the current firmware version(s) in the discovered devices in the Update Device Selection window and then select which of the device models will be updated to the new version. If the firmware in all devices is at the level currently in EZPlugger the Update Not Required window opens. Following Firmware Update you review the firmware versions of each discovered device in the Update Firmware Results window and by viewing the report log file. Each Firmware Update is executed as a two step process consistent with the Model and selections made during the update configuration. The first step transfers the new firmware image to the camera and then a "version up" combined with a "restart" command is sent to the camera. These commands cause the new image to load and execute. The update process can take some time to complete because while the firmware is being transferred the camera continues to transfer images. The relative progress of the update is shown. Note: If you are using a portable PC insure it is connected to AC power before starting the firmware update process. Once the update process starts it should NOT be interrupted. 11

18 Device Discovery EZPlugger initiates the Device Discovery process by triggering a default response from each IP Monitoring device attached to the network hub or switch. Based on this response EZPlugger creates a table which includes the Model and the unique network identification (MAC address) for each discovered Network Camera or Station (device). Note: You should confirm that all IP Monitoring devices have been discovered by reviewing the content and device count shown in the Model / # Found list. If the discovered "Models" and/or "# Found" do not correspond to the attached devices click Rediscover. If the "Model / # Found" list is correct then click Next. Update Device (Type) Selection The Update Selection window allows you to selectively apply a firmware update to specific device types or globally to all device types. The Device list shows the Models and the New Firmware version available to update the device. To update all listed device types set the checkbox on the left side of the Update column label. To update specific Models while excluding others first clear the checkbox on the left side of the Update column label and then SET the checkbox for each target Model in the Update column. Once updating is complete the Update Report window is shown. After making your selection click Update to start the firmware update process. A status dialog provides a relative indication of the progress of the firmware update. Note: Updating firmware can take some time. You should NOT interrupt the process once it is started. Also, if you are using a portable PC, you should insure that it is connected to AC power prior to starting the update process. Click Skip to bypass the update process and jump directly to the report window. 12

19 Firmware Update Not Required The "No updates are necessary" window is displayed when the discovery process determines that the firmware level in all devices is at the same or higher level than what is available in EZPlugger. You should review the information in the Discovered Devices list to determine the current level for each discovered device. Note: The version level of firmware supplied with EZPlugger is found in the versions.txt file located in the EZPlugger installation folder. Note: This window only appears when the Device Discovery process finds that all devices are at or above the firmware level included with EZPlugger. If any device is at a level lower than the firmware included in EZPlugger then the Update Firmware Device Selection window opens. Firmware Update Progress Once Firmware Update has started a progress window opens which contains a list of the device types being updated. This includes the Model, New Firmware version, and the number of devices Completed vs. the number of devices discovered and selected for update. Monitor the displayed progress information. Firmware update is realized on a device by device basis. The latest version available in EZPlugger is transferred to the device and then on command the device is reset. During the reset period the new firmware is discovered by the device, validated, loaded and then executed. Loading new firmware to devices can take some extended period of time because the process used allows the device to continue normal operation and transfer of images to the RSM while new firmware is transferred to the device. Error information is displayed in a message area. Once all device firmware has been updated click Continue to progress to the Results Summary. The Results Summary provides you with an indication of the success of the update process for each Model/Serial # combination. Note: Update error messages are also written to the application log file. You should review this file, correct the errors and then initiate a new update for the devices that encountered error conditions. 13

20 Update Firmware Results The final report of the Update Firmware process includes results information for each device by Model and Serial Number. Results include the Old Firmware version and the New Firmware version. While no printed report is available, the information is contained in the EZPlugger application log. You may wish to copy the Update Firmware information from the log to a separate text file and retain it for future reference. 14

21 Replicate Camera/Video Network Station Settings Replicate Configuration Wizard Welcome to EZPlugger, the Sony Digital IP Monitoring Camera and Video Network Station Replication Wizard. EZPlugger is a group of Wizards designed to assist you in the configuration, firmware update and validation of Sony Digital Surveillance products prior to and during the installation process. Sony s Digital IP Monitoring Cameras connect directly to the network while the Video Network Stations allow use of an existing analog camera in a network environment. From the Configuration Replicate Wizard you can copy (replicate) a set of defined configuration parameters from a designated IP Monitoring Camera or Video Network Station to any number of like devices. The Configuration Replication Wizard is used to simplify the process of configuring a large number of devices with the same parameters. After performing an initial Device Configuration (see Device Configuration Wizard) you may configure additional parameters in a single device using your Web Browser. Once all parameters have been set the device can be designated as the "source" device during Replication. Most of the additional parameters are replicated to like target devices. Refer to the Parameter Table for each specific device to determine what values are replicated. The Replicate Configuration Wizard discovers all IP Monitoring devices attached to EZPlugger via a network hub or switch. These are shown in a Device Discovery window very similar to the one appearing during device configuration. After discovery is complete a search of known configurations stored in EZPlugger is executed and a list of matched configurations is displayed. You can select from the list or create a new configuration. All like devices (targets) will be configured to the same parameters as the selected source device. Replicated parameters are limited to those that would be common across a configuration, e.g., Image size, Quality, Time zone, date format, etc. Click Help where it is available to obtain a general description of the dialog. Specific (context sensitive) Help is available whenever you see a question mark (?) adjacent to the Close button in the Title Bar. Click "?" and then click the specific item on the page. Note: During the Replication process EZPlugger validates that the firmware version in target devices is the same as that found in the source devices. If this is not found to be true then you will be prompted to update the firmware. Refer to the Update Firmware Wizard for more information. Once Configuration Replication is complete you can review the results in the Replicate Device Results window, print a Summary Report and also print Labels for each configured device. 15

22 Device Discovery If the "Model / # Found" list is correct then click Next. EZPlugger initiates the Device Discovery process by triggering a default response from each IP Monitoring device attached to the network hub or switch. Based on this response EZPlugger creates a table which includes the Model and the unique network identification (MAC address) for each discovered Network Camera or Station (device). Note: You should confirm that all devices have been discovered by reviewing the content and device count shown in the Model / # Found list. If the discovered "Models" and/or "# Found" do not correspond to the attached devices click Rediscover. Device Configuration List The Copy Configuration Wizard checks all discovered devices against devices know to EZPlugger as components of previous configurations. If a match is made between components in a known configuration and a discovered device then the configuration appears in the Device Configuration List. If no configuration is found then you are prompted to enter a New Device Configuration Name. Configuration Naming Configurations are stored locally on the PC hosting the EZPlugger application. These may be recalled for use when it becomes necessary to re-apply the configuration. Typically, each configuration is identified by a Configuration Name established during the initial process of building the configuration. However, the Device Replication Wizard allows you to name a new configuration. This is usually used when you are working with an existing installation and you need to replicate a configuration to devices already installed but having inconsistent configurations in the devices. Simply type the name of the configuration in the text box and click Continue. 16

23 Select Source Device Select which specific device the Replication Wizard will use as the source for configuring like devices. A table of all discovered device Models is shown. Each Model has a corresponding list box indicating the serial number of all Discovered Devices for that specific Model. Using the Serial list, select the specific device that will be used as the source for the configuration replication process. It is not necessary to make a selection for each Model. Simply leave the Serial list set to None for the specific Model. Once Serial selection has been completed click Next and the Copy Configuration Confirmation message appears. Note: Unless at least one Model has a designated source Serial number, Next will not be available. Execute Configuration Replication A Confirmation message appears. To start copying of the selected configuration(s) click Continue. To abort the process click Cancel. A progress window opens showing how many devices have been configured and the elapsed time. After the Copy Configuration process has completed a Results Report opens. Replicate Device Progress Once the Replication process has started a window opens which includes a count of the number of devices completed against the total number of devices, a progress bar indicating a relative point in the configuration process and an elapsed time indicator. You should monitor the displayed progress information. Device replication is realized on a device by device basis so in a larger system the total time to complete the processing of all devices can be quite long. Error information is displayed in the Message area. If any error occurs during the replication process the Progress window remains open. Note any information found in the Message area and then click Next to progress to the Results Summary. Note: Error messages are also written to the application log file. You should review this file, correct the errors and then execute replication again. When all devices are successfully processed the progress window closes and the Results Summary window is displayed. 17

24 Replication Results The Replication Results Report provides information on all devices configured during the replication process. Each source device is shown in the Source list and each target device is shown in the Target list. To obtain a more detailed printed report of the Configuration Results, insure that a printer is attached and turned on then click Summary. You can preview the summary (click Preview) or click Print and the standard Windows Printer dialog opens where you can select the target printer. In most installations it is desirable to identify each device with a label which can be attached to the device. EZPlugger includes the ability to print a device label formatted to fit on the devices and containing the information necessary to easily identify the device. Insure that a printer is attached and turned on then click Labels. The configuration of EZPlugger to support sheet based labels using a standard printer is described in the Installation Guide. 18

25 RealShot Manager Integration RealShot Manager Integration Sony s RealShot Manager (RSM) is a software application that allows IP video monitoring through commercial IT distribution systems. RSM has an intuitive user-friendly graphical interface with flexible image capture and playback capability, dynamic masking, activity detection, pan/tilt/zoom capabilities and enhanced alarm functions. EZPlugger can be integrated with RSM by loading RSM Server-list information during the EZPlugger Device Configuration process. Simply click Update Server List and the Add/Edit Server dialog opens. RealShot Manager Edit Server List The RSM Add/Edit Server dialog allows you to make additions or changes to the list of RealShot Managers available to EZPlugger. In the Server Information area, type the RSM Server IP Address and Port number. Normally the Port number is "80". However, on occasion Port 80 will be used by other applications on the RSM Server. In that case a different Port number will be assigned. Verify the correct Port number with your IP Monitoring system administrator. Click Add when all Server Information values are set. The new RSM Server appears in the RSM Server List. Note: EZPlugger does not verify connectivity to any RSM server. To remove a RSM Server from the list set the check box next to the target server and click Remove. To remove all servers from the RSM Server List set the check box next to the "Remove?" column heading and click Remove. 19

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