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1 V.I.P. Kit (Video Insight Pilot Kit). Video Insight Pilot Kit Please follow these instructions and everything should go very smoothly. Before you begin, you will need to establish (or obtain from your IT Dept. or Network Administrator) a small block of static IP addresses. (These do NOT need to be external static IP addresses from your Internet Service Provider (ISP) but rather, Internal Static IP Addresses on your data network). You will need ONE static IP address for the Network Video Recorder (NVR) and ONE static IP address for EACH IP camera you will be evaluating. (e.g. If you are installing two cameras, you will need a total of 3 Static IP addresses (One for each IP camera and one for the NVR). Depending on your network, internal IP addresses look something like 10.X.XXX.XX where X is a number.

2 1 Note: Since this is merely an evaluation on a small workstation, we will use the terms P.C, Server and Network Video Recorder (NVR) Interchangeably. If you are also going to connect a Video Encoder to the NVR, it will need only ONE additional static IP address no matter how many analog cameras you intend to attach to the Encoder. Depending on your network, internal IP addresses look something like 10.X.XXX.XX where X is a number. You will also need the subnet mask as an example, the Gateway Address and the Primary (Preferred) DNS. Your Network Administrator should be able to easily provide you with these. This P.C. should be one that has never had any program running.sql on it. To check: Left Click the Windows Start button, go to Control Panel and left-click on it, then select Programs and Features and left-click on it. Look to see if there are any programs that have the letters SQL in them such as: Microsoft SQL Server Native Client. If you see any such program DO NOT PROCEED. Have your Network Administrator remove any such programs including modifying your registry keys. (Note: once done, these programs cannot be restored). Video Insight Software will load SQL as part of the install process and previously installed programs using SQL will probably cause issues. It is best to start with a clean machine. NVR System Requirements: Must be a WINDOWS Operating System (OS) to run the Video Insight server software. Must be running at least Windows Vista or better. Although we like to have at least 4GB RAM, the minimum requirement is 2GB. The size of the hard drive in this machine will determine how many days of recorded video the machine will retain.

3 V.I.P. Kit (Video Insight Pilot Kit) Next: Check to see that you have received the following equipment: One 8-Port Power over Ethernet (PoE) data switch and 110V power cord (Note that while this is an 8-port switch, only ports 1,2,3 & 4 provide PoE power). Six Category 5E (Cat5E) Patch Cords (a.k.a. cables) (6 colors) Video Insight DVD Cameras Video Encoder if testing existing analog cameras 2 You MUST have Internet connectivity for the IP Server to start. Your Network Administrator will most likely provide you with a data cable that is connected to the main network. Make sure that this connection from your data network to the data switch you just installed is via Cat5e cabling or better. AT THIS POINT ONE OF THREE POSSIBILITIES EXIST: IF YOUR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR HAS PROVIDED YOU WITH A P.C. THAT IS ALREADY CONNECTED TO THE NETWORK, UNPLUG THE NETWORK DATA CABLE FROM THE LAN PORT ON THE P.C. AND PLUG IT INTO PORT #8 ON THE DATA SWITCH (OR) (Note: Do not discard any packing material or boxes). Next: Ensure that your monitor, mouse and keyboard cables are properly connected and that the power to P.C. and the monitor is also on. Power up (Boot up) the p.c. that you will be using as a server for the Evaluation and let it completely boot up before proceeding. Remove the data switch from its packaging. You should have a power cord with transformer and the switch itself in the box. IF YOUR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR HAS PROVIDED YOU WITH AN ACTUAL DATA CABLE WITH AN RJ45 HEAD ON IT BUT DID NOT ACTUALLY PLUG IT INTO THE P.C., (I.E. IT IS JUST LOOSE ) PLUG THIS CABLE DIRECTLY INTO PORT #8 ON THE DATA SWITCH. Plug the power cord into the round hole on the back of the switch labeled 48V (make sure it is fully inserted) and test the switch by plugging the other end of the cable into a properly grounded 110V wall socket. The light labeled System Power on the front of the data switch should now be illuminated green. If it is not, STOP here and ensure all of the cables are properly connected and that the 110V outlet is not controlled by a light switch or surge protector that has been turned off. If the light on the front panel still does not illuminate, STOP until you can determine why there is no power. If the green light IS on, proceed to the next step. Only the 4 ports on the right-hand side provide Power over Ethernet (PoE). PoE is required to run any Internet Protocol (IP) camera on the system that is not powered locally. If you are running a Video Insight encoder for your analog cameras, the encoder does NOT require Power over Ethernet since it is powered by 110V itself. Its patch cable should be plugged into port 6. More on this later in this document as only customers with existing analog cameras will be evaluating the encoders. IF YOUR NETWORK ADMINISTRATOR HAS PROVIDED YOU WITH ONLY A JACK, THEN PLUG ONE END OF THE YELLOW PATCH CABLE YOU RECEIVED IN THE KIT INTO THE DATA JACK TO THE NETWORK AND PLUG THE OTHER END OF THIS CABLE DIRECTLY INTO PORT #8 ON THE DATA SWITCH.

4 3 AT THIS POINT, WE HAVE AN INTERNET CONNECTION TO THE DATA SWITCH; WE NOW NEED TO CONNECT TO THE P.C. Plug one end of the purple patch cable you received in the kit into the port numbered Port #7 on the data switch and plug the other end of the purple cable into your P.C. s Network Interface Card port (NIC) a.k.a. Local Area Network (LAN) port. This will be an RJ-45 port on back of the P.C. Re-IP Computer: Left-click Start/Control Panel Open your browser (e.g. Internet Explorer) and attempt to connect to the Internet. If you are NOT able to connect to the Internet, ensure that your p.c., monitor and data switch are all powered up. Ensure you have the purple patch cable connecting the p.c. to your data switch and that the data switch is connected to the Local Area Network and has permissions to access external addresses (i.e. NOT blocked by your network s Firewall). If you still cannot access the Internet, check to see if another machine that you know has Internet access can connect. If not, your local area network or your Internet Service Provider (ISP) may be down. If you CAN access the Internet then proceed to the next step; otherwise troubleshoot the problem with your Network Administrator until your machine CAN access the Internet. (Sometimes it may simply be a firewall issue and the Network Administrator needs to change its settings). Before loading ANY software, run all Windows updates to ensure that all Service Packs and fixes are current for your software s OS. To do this: Left-click on the Windows Start button, select Control Panel and then select Windows Update. Select all updates and click OK. Let the machine FULLY finish installing all updates. NOTE: This may take quite a bit of time (depending on the age of the machine, how long ago the last updates were run and the speed of your LAN connection). This is CRITICAL to a trouble-free install. After the updates have fully run, shut down Windows fully and power down the P.C. Restart the machine by powering up and wait until the Windows desktop and icons appear. Left-click Network and Sharing Center

5 4 Under Connections left-click Local Area Network Connection (this should be the active connection). Select Choose to Use the following IP address Type in the IP address the NVR/Server should be assigned as well as the subnet mask and default gateway Add DNS servers at the bottom if applicable. Left-click OK and then close out all windows. Make sure that any virus protection programs on this p.c. have been temporarily disabled until all software has been loaded. Locate the Video Insight DVD and load it into the CD/DVD drive of your p.c. If the p.c. does not begin to read the disk immediately, then left-click the Windows Start button, then left-click Computer and then select the drive containing the Video Insight DVD and start it manually by left-double-clicking the drive containing the DVD. Open the Video Insight folder (zip folder) found on desktop by left-clicking on its icon. Left-click on Setup. Left-click Properties Left-click on Internet Protocol Version 4 (TCP/IPv4) and then leftclick Properties. If Unknown Publisher appears, left-click Yes then I agree. Wait for the final initialization of Video Insight Software (this may take a few minutes). When Video Insight Initialization Wizard Screen Appears: Left-Click Next Enter the Serial Number (this is the 5 character number on the label affixed to the DVD). This Serial Number can also be found on the Packing Slip. This number will allow the software to run past the 60 day Demo time period. Enter User Information. Left-click Next Enter Video Server Information (including the static IP address) In the Video Data Storage Path text box enter C:\video then left-click Next. MAKE SURE THAT YOU ALLOW SETUP TO RUN COMPLETELY BEFORE DOING ANYTHING ELSE.

6 5 Adding Cameras Plug one end of the orange cable into the PoE port on the first camera and the other end into the port labeled Port 1 of the data switch. If you have a second camera, plug one end of the blue cable into the PoE port on the camera and the other end into the port labeled Port 2 of the data switch. Port 4 of the data switch. AT THIS TIME, ALL OF THE PoE PORTS HAVE BEEN USED. YOU CANNOT ADD ANY ADDITIONAL IP CAMERAS TO THIS DATA SWITCH. HOWEVER, YOU CAN STILL ADD A VIDEO ENCODER SINCE IT DOES NOT REQUIRE PoE POWER AS IT IS 110V A/C POWERED. From this point, there are TWO tasks remaining in adding cameras: (1.) Programming the Camera with its own IP Address and (2.) Programming the Software with the camera s information so that it may be found on the network by the Video Insight software. First, we must determine the types of cameras you will be adding. Advidia cameras have an A series: (e.g. A-44IR, A14, A15, etc.). and a B series (e.g. B-31, B-33). We will run the camera finder utility to I.D. each camera. (RUN ONLY ONE CAMERA FINDER UTILITY AT A TIME. RUN THE A SERIES FIRST IF YOU ARE EVALUATING THEM AND WHEN COMPLETE, RUN THE B SERIES CAMERA FINDER). some Advidia B Series cameras (examples: B-31, B-33) these cameras have a B prefix. Finally, you may have a mix of both. We will start with the Advidia A series first. Now go to the download site and Left-click on the Advidia A Series link first. Double left-click on the Advidia zip folder. Double left click on Advidia Camera Finder Utility. When the popup box appears, left-click Open, then left-doubleclick the Advidia file folder, left-double click on Advidia Camera Finder Utility. In the next popup box, select Extract All by left-clicking it, in the next popup box left-click Extract. Launch the Advidia Camera Finder by left-double clicking it. When the popup box comes up, Left-click Run. Left-Click Next, left-click Next again. If WinCap Setup Popup Appears, left-click Next, Left-click Next again, left-click I Agree, left-click Install, Left-Click Finish, Left-Click Next, Left-Click Finish. Go to our download site: and select the camera finder for your type(s) of camera(s) to find the cameras by using auto discovery and downloading the utility. The downloads are on the right-hand side of the page and look like this: IP Camera Finder Tools: Updated 5/16/2013 If you have a third camera, plug one end of the green cable into the PoE port on the camera and the other end into the port labeled Port 3 of the data switch. If you have a fourth camera, plug one end of the black cable into the PoE port on the camera and the other end into the port labeled 360 Vision ACTi Advidia A Series Advidia B Series Depending on what cameras you were sent with your Pilot Kit, you may have Advidia A Series, (examples of this are: A-44, A45, etc notice all begin with an A prefix) OR you may have received If you have MULTIPLE cameras of the same model (e.g. you have two A-44IR s) you should do them one at a time in order that they not get confused. On this screen, you will enter the IP address for that camera (the default IP address for ALL Advidia cameras is:

7 6 You will change this by entering the appropriate IP address for the camera, the Subnet Mask, IPV4 Gateway and Primary (Preferred DNS). The default Admin password for A Series Advidia cameras is and for B Series Advidia cameras is Enter the appropiate password in the password field and then left-click Save. Continue this routine until you have added all of the cameras and then left-click Close. Open Monitor Station by left-double-clicking on the eyeball icon on your Windows Desktop. If the Unknown Publisher popup window appears, left-click Yes. When the login popup appears, it will be pre-populated with Administrator as the Username. The default password is Enter and then left-click OK. In the top navigation bar, left-click on Administration ; when the dropdown menu comes up, left-click Setup and Configuration. Then left-click on Servers Setup. Enter the same STATIC IP address you designated earlier for your NVR/PC. Click Add to add the server to the Monitor Station. In the left-hand tree, double left-click on your server. Left-click on the second tab labeled Cameras. Left-click on the button labeled Manual Add ; this will open another box titled: General. Here you will enter a name for the camera (e.g. Cafeteria, Front Hallway, etc. as appropriate). Then, under the Camera Information, beside Manufacturer left-click the down arrow and highlight Advidia and left-click. Then, beside Model, left-click the down arrow and select the model camera you are adding (e.g. Advidia A-14, Advidia A-15, etc.) and left-click. Enter the static IP address you have assigned to this camera in the IP Address field; the default username for an A Series Advidia camera is admin (all lower case) and the default password is Enter both of them and then, go to the bottom of the box and left- click Add. The default username for a B Series Advidia camera is admin (all lower case) and the default password is instructions for adding the first camera. Remember to click Add before exiting the screen or the changes will not be saved. For the fourth camera, (if there is one) repeat by following the instructions for adding the first camera. Remember to click Add before exiting the screen or the changes will not be saved. After adding all of the cameras, close Monitor Station and re-open it so that the cameras will be seen by the software. AT THIS POINT, YOU CANNOT ADD ANY MORE IP CAMERAS TO THIS DATA SWITCH AS YOU HAVE USED ALL 4 OF THE PoE PORTS. HOWEVER, YOU CAN STILL ADD A VIDEO ENCODER SINCE IT DOES NOT REQUIRE PoE POWER AS IT IS 110v A/C POWERED. To add an Advidia Video Encoder: Carefully unpack the Video Encoder and its power cord from the shipping box. Make sure NOT to discard the box or its packaging. Attach the power cord to the back of the encoder and plug the Encoder s power cord into a 110V electrical outlet. Turn the power switch to the ON position. At this point, the POWER light on the front of the encoder should be illuminated green. Locate the gray patch cable and plug one end into Port 6 of the data switch you connected earlier and the other end of the gray cable into the port labeled LAN on the back of the encoder. This is a gigabit LAN port. Untwist and detach the analog camera(s) on coax from your existing DVR that you wish to evaluate using the Encoder and twist them onto the back of the Video Encoder. Begin from the left (1) and work toward the right, without skipping any connectors until you have either all the cameras you wish to test OR you reach the limit of the encoder. Use only the top row of connectors: the bottom row is for Spot Monitor(s) The software sees the Encoder as a camera so you will add it in a similar way as the cameras you have already done. Begin by opening Monitor Station by double clicking on the eyeball icon on your Windows desktop. Just as before, if the Unknown Publisher popup appears, left-click Yes. When the Login popup appears, it will be pre-populated with Administrator as the Username. Enter in the password field and then click OK. When Monitor Station opens, click on Administration in the Navigation bar, when the dropdown menu appears left-click Setup and Configuration. As before, click on your server in the left-hand tree and click on Cameras which is the second tab. Again, the software sees the Encoder as a camera so we will add it as before. Left-click on Manual Add. When the tab opens, by the field labeled Manufacturer, click the dropdown arrow and select Advidia by highlighting and then clicking on it. Then, in the Model field, left-click the down arrow and select the model of Advidia Encoder which you have been sent (e.g. Advidia VP-8 Video Encoder, Advidia VP-16 Video Encoder, etc.). Enter the static IP address you have assigned this Encoder. The default user name is admin and the default password is Enter those in their corresponding fields. Since there will be multiple ANALOG cameras all sharing this one static IP address, left-click the box by Shared IP Address. Also check the Alternate Ports box and in the HTTP field, change the number 80 to 8000 if the software has not already done so. In order to see cameras from this machine on another machine on the network, there are some changes that need to be made in the Windows Firewall; we ll need to make exceptions for ports 4010 and To do this follow these steps: For the second camera (if there is one), repeat by following the instructions for adding the first camera. Remember to left-click Add before exiting the screen or the changes will not be saved. For the third camera, (if there is one), repeat by following the

8 7 Left-Click on Windows Start button, go to Control Panel Left-Click on Windows Firewall Left-Click New Rule Left-Click on Advanced Settings Left-Click on System and Security Choose the Port radio button and then left-click Next Leave TCP selected and enter 4010, 4011 in the Specific Local Ports text box and left-click Next Left-click Next on the next screen Left-click Next again Type in VIDEO INSIGHT and left-click Finish. Return to Monitor Station and cameras should be viewable and recording video. Left-Click Inbound Rules

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