Yes, we have the GCD700-VVIRO Rugged, Vandal proof dome camera that can be used for extreme weather conditions with an operating temperature of -55°C ~ +65°C.
The maximum input/output number that can be achieved is 256×5 with a total of 20 MMX.
INK1000 can handle up to 999 devices including DVRs, MMXs, Network Video Transmitters, Network Video Receivers and Network Cameras /PTZ.
I want my 128 channel iNEX recording license to be distributed over multiple recording servers. Is this action possible or should I buy new recording licenses to use for the multi-servers?
iNEX recording license can be distributed over multi-servers. The iNEX license dongle should be attached to the iNEX admin server and recording service should be installed on all recording servers.
When distributing the recording service over multi-servers, you have to keep in mind that the single admin server can handle up to 128 channels (license dependent) with up to 64 recording servers.
If there are number of G4S DVRs distributed over multiple sites, how can the accumulated data from all the devices be backed-up at a centralized location?
You can use iNEX backup service, which controls backup of recorded data on G4S DVRs and iNEX recording servers. The user can register the DVR on the iNEX backup service and create the automatic backup schedule.
If I have a work station with RASplus software already installed and all devices are added to RASplus, is it possible to move to iRAS without re-adding devices to the new iRAS?
Yes, you can easily migrate to iRAS by exporting the setup file from RASplus and import the same to iRAS. Please follow the below link for further details.
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There are a number of options used for monitoring and controlling G4S IP devices, such as using internet explorer webpage, iNEX, iRAS, and Smartphone applications.
iNEX software is designed to be used with network cameras, network video transmitters and digital video recorders (DVRs) and allows for controlling, monitoring, and recording of live videos and recorded video playback.
iRAS (Remote Administration System) software is designed to be used with network cameras, network video transmitters, and digital video recorders (DVRs) and allows for device control, live video monitoring and recorded video playback.
For the web browsing option, G4S devices have a built-in web hosting calledwebguard.WebGuard allows you to access a remote DVR and IP cameras, monitor live video images and search recorded videos using Internet Explorer web browser anytime from virtually anywhere.
In addition, users have the option to access G4S DVRs and IP cameras through their Smart phones. For iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch users can download theiRAS application available in the App store which allows them to monitor live videos and playback any recorded videos. Whereas,for Android and Blackberry devices, an application named RASmobile which also enables users to monitor live videos as well asplayback any recorded videos.
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If I don’t have a static IP Address to connect my G4S IP cameras and DVRs to the internet, how can I access my device remotely?
To ensure a proper access to your device remotely (outside the LAN where the device is connected), then you can assign a unique name for that device to be associated with the IP address and ports already configured on the device. Using this unique name, the user can access the remote device even if the IP address and ports of the device is changed.
To assign a unique name for your device, you have the option either to use G4S DVRNS service with periodic sync enabled to force update of the IP address information.
The second option is to use third party dynamic DNS services to track down the changes. In case there is a router present, make sure that proper port forwarding is configured. For internet/external access, always ensure that proper port forwarding is configured.
Reset information for DVRs depends on the operating system of the DVR you have. For embedded DVRs and IP Cameras, you are recommended to do factory reset.
(Please see question #1 for details on DVR reset)
For PC- based DVR you should use the master key option on the login screen. From the login box, please check the box for “Use Master Key” then click ok. Please send us the ID generated which we will use to generate your new login information for your IDR.Please make sure NOT to shutdown the DVR after the ID is generated as it is important to keep the DVR ON until your new login information has been sent.
The DVR has a factory reset switch on the rear panel. This reset switch is used on rare occasions, only when you want to return your DVR to the factory default settings. It is important to note that when using the factory reset option, all saved settings will be lost. To reset the unit, you will need a straightened paperclip:
1) Turn the DVR off
2) Turn it on again
3) While the DVR is initializing, the front panel LEDs will blink.
4) When the front panel LEDs blink, poke the straightened paperclip into the unlabeled hole to the right of the HD/SD out selector.
5) Hold the switch until all the LEDs on the front panel are lit.
NOTE: When the DVR successfully resets to the factory default settings, all the LEDs on the front panel will flash five times.
6) Release the reset switch. All of the DVR’s settings at this point are at their factory default settings.
On the other hand, users can export their current device settings before doing the factory reset and can subsequently restore the data to the device once the reset process is completed.