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Network Camera
User’s Guide
Software Version 2.4

SNC-RZ50N/RZ50P
© 2005 Sony Corporation

Using the Trigger Button ....................................28
Table of Contents Sending a monitor image via e-mail .................28
Sending a monitor image to an FTP server ......28
Recording a camera image as a still image .......28
Overview Controlling alarm output 1, 2 ...........................29
Controlling Day/Night function ........................29
Features .................................................................. 4 Playing the audio file stored in the camera .......29
Precautions ............................................................. 5 Switching TCP/UDP Transmission Mode ..........30
How to Use This User’s Guide .............................. 6
System Requirements ............................................ 7
Administrating the Camera
Basic Operations of Administrator Menu .........31
Preparation How to setup the Administrator menu ..............31
Assigning the IP Address to the Camera ............ 8 Configuration of Administrator menu ..............32
Assigning an IP address using the IP Setup Configuring the System — System Menu ..........33
Program ............................................................ 8 System Tab ........................................................33
When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 Date & time Tab ................................................35
or later ............................................................ 10
Superimpose Tab ..............................................36
When using Windows Vista ............................. 12
Initialize Tab .....................................................37
Accessing the Camera Using the Web System log Tab .................................................38
Browser ................................................................. 15 Access log Tab ..................................................38
Basic Configuration by the Administrator ....... 17 Setting the Camera Image and Audio
— Camera Menu ..................................................39
Common Tab ....................................................39
Operating the Camera
Picture Tab ........................................................40
Administrator and User ...................................... 18 Day/Night Tab ..................................................41
Logging in to Homepage — Welcome Page ...... 19 Video codec Tab ...............................................42
Logging in as a user ......................................... 19 Streaming Tab ...................................................44
Displaying the Administrator menu directly .... 20 Configuring the Network — Network Menu .....45
About viewers .................................................. 20 Network Tab .....................................................45
Configuration of Main Viewer ........................... 21 Wireless Tab — Setting of wireless
Main menu ....................................................... 22 connection .......................................................46
Camera control section ..................................... 22 Dynamic IP address notification Tab
Monitor image .................................................. 23 — Notifying the IP Address ...........................49
Controlling the Monitor Image .......................... 24 SSL Tab — Setting the SSL function ...............51
Monitoring the camera image .......................... 24 How to install the CA certificate ......................53
Zooming in the monitor image ......................... 24 To remove the CA certificate which has been
Capturing a Monitor Image ............................... 25 installed ...........................................................54
Capturing a monitor image .............................. 25 Using the 802.1X Authentication Function
Saving the captured image ............................... 25 — 802.1X Menu ....................................................55
System configuration of 802.1X network ........55
Operating the Camera ........................................ 26
Common Tab – Basic setting of 802.1X
Controlling via the control panel ..................... 26
authentication function ...................................56
Panning and tilting by clicking the
Client certificate Tab .........................................56
monitor image ................................................ 26
CA certificate Tab .............................................58
Panning, tilting and zooming by specifying the
area ................................................................. 26 Setting the 802.1X authentication function
– Example of Windows Server 2003 ..............59
Zooming an image by the camera zoom bar .... 27
Moving the camera to a preset position ........... 27 Setting the User — User Menu ...........................62
Controlling the Camera on a Panorama Setting the Security — Security Menu ...............63
Image .................................................................... 27
Facing the camera toward a specified point ..... 27

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Saving the Camera Position and Action
— Preset position Menu ...................................... 64 Others
Position Tab Using the Supplied IP Setup Program ...............92
— Saving pan/tilt/zoom position .................... 64 Starting the IP Setup Program ..........................92
Tour Tab — Setting a tour ................................ 66 Bandwidth control Tab ......................................92
Sending an Image via E-mail Date time Tab ....................................................93
— e-Mail (SMTP) Menu .................................... 67 Rebooting the Camera ......................................93
Common Tab — Setting the e-Mail (SMTP) Using the SNC audio upload tool
Function .......................................................... 67 — Transmitting Audio to Camera ......................94
Alarm sending Tab — Setting the e-mail Installing the SNC audio upload tool ................94
sending mode when detecting the alarm ........ 68 Connecting the Camera to the Computer ..........94
Periodical sending Tab — Setting the Using the SNC audio upload tool .....................95
periodical e-mail sending mode ..................... 69 Using the SNC video player — Playing
Sending Images to FTP Server Video/Audio File Recorded with Camera ..........99
— FTP client Menu ............................................. 70 Installing the SNC video player ........................99
Common Tab Using the SNC video player ...........................100
— Setting the FTP client function ................. 70
Using the SNC panorama creator
Alarm sending Tab — Setting the FTP client — Creating a Panorama Image ........................101
action when detecting the alarm ..................... 70
Installing the SNC panorama creator ..............101
Periodical sending Tab — Setting the
Using the SNC panorama creator ...................101
periodical FTP client activity ......................... 71
Creating and transmitting a panorama
Recording Images in Memory image .............................................................102
— Image memory Menu ..................................... 73 Saving a custom image to the camera .............102
Common Tab — Setting the image memory
function .......................................................... 73 Using the SNC privacy masking tool
— Masking a Camera Image ............................103
Alarm recording Tab — Setting the Image
memory function when detecting the alarm ... 74 Installing the SNC privacy masking tool ........103
Periodical recording Tab Using the SNC privacy masking tool ..............104
— Setting the periodical recording mode ...... 75 Setting a privacy mask ....................................105
Folder structure of image memory ................... 76 Using the Custom Homepage Installer ............106
Downloading Images from the Camera Uploading the homepage to the camera
— FTP server Menu ............................................ 77 using the Custom Homepage Installer ..........106
Setting the Alarm Output Assigning the IP Address to the Camera
— Alarm output Menu ........................................ 78 Using ARP Commands ......................................109
Alarm out 1, 2 Tab ............................................ 78 Using the SNMP .................................................110
Outputting Audio Linked to Alarm Detection 1. Inquiry Commands ....................................110
— Voice alert Menu ............................................. 79 2. Setting Commands .....................................110
Voice alert 1, 2, 3 Tab ....................................... 79 When You Discard the Camera ........................111
Setting the Operations from the Viewer Glossary ..............................................................112
— Trigger Menu .................................................. 80 Index ....................................................................115
Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu ............ 82
Setting the Alarm Buffer
— Alarm buffer Menu ........................................ 83
Setting the Object Detection Function
— Object detection Menu ................................... 84
What is unattended object detection? ............... 84
Common Tab .................................................... 85
Unattended object setting Tab .......................... 90
Configuration Tab ............................................. 90
Transmitting with External Equipment Using
the External Serial Terminal — Serial Menu ... 91

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after the trigger to an FTP server, or send them
Overview periodically.

Preset positions and Tour programs
You can save up to 16 preset positions (pan, tilt and
Features
Overview

zoom positions) of the camera, and up to 5 tour
programs composed from the preset positions. You can
activate the preset positions by synchronizing them with
High-quality monitoring via the network an external sensor input or built-in object detection
You can monitor a high-quality live image from the function.
camera using the Web browser on a computer connected
to a 10BASE-T or 100BASE-TX network. The Intelligent object detection function
maximum frame rate is 30 fps for SNC-RZ50N and 25 The camera is provided with an intelligent object
fps for SNC-RZ50P. detection function to watch images. This function
Up to 20 users can view an image from one camera at the combines “Moving object detection” that detects
same time. moving objects in camera images with “Unattended
The camera supports JPEG, MPEG4 and H.264 video object detection” that detects objects that do not move
compression formats (video codecs) and can operate in for a specified period in camera images.
either the “Single codec” or “Dual codec” mode. The
“Single codec” mode allows monitoring in one of the
two video codecs, and the “Dual codec” mode allows Alarm output
monitoring in JPEG and MPEG4 simultaneously. The camera is equipped with two sets of alarm outputs.
You can use the alarms to control peripheral devices by
Remote-controllable high-speed pan/tilt synchronizing them with the external sensor inputs,
built-in object detection function, manual trigger button,
mechanism and high magnification auto- Day/Night function or timer.
focus zoom lens
The camera is provided with a high-speed (300° Direct panning/tilting
rotation/second) pan/tilt mechanism, which allows
Clicking on a desired point in the viewer allows you to
–170° to +170° panning and –90° to +25° tilting. The
pan and tilt the camera in the direction of that point.
camera is also provided with a high-magnification zoom
Dragging a desired area in the viewer allows you to
lens with optical zoom of 26 magnifications and digital
zoom in the dragged area as well as pan and tilt the
zoom of 12 magnifications, for a total of 312
camera.
magnifications.
Superimpose function
Wireless LAN
Date/time can be superimposed on the image. You can
Inserting the optional wireless card SNCA-CFW1 select the superimposing point from among four corners
(802.11b) or SNCA-CFW5* (802.11b or 802.11g) into of the display, and you have the option to write time data
the CF card slot or PC card slot enables you to transmit and four-figure camera ID into it.
images from the camera via wireless LAN .
If you use the CF card slot, insert the Sony wireless card
SNCA-CFW1 (optional) in it. If you use the PC card
slot, use with a commercially available Compact Flash
Type II-PCMCIA converting adaptor.

* SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and
areas. For details, contact your authorized Sony
dealer.

Image transmission using an e-mail or
FTP
You can send a still image from the camera as an e-mail
or FTP server, attachment by setting off a trigger using
an external sensor input, built-in object detection
function or manual trigger button. You can also send still
images sequentially for a determined period before and

4 Features

NOTICE TO USERS
© 2005 Sony Corporation. All rights reserved. This Precautions
manual or the software described herein, in whole or in
part, may not be reproduced, translated or reduced to Data and security
any machine readable form without prior written • You should keep in mind that the images or audio you
approval from Sony Corporation. are monitoring may be protected by privacy and other

Overview
legal rights, and the responsibility for making sure you
SONY CORPORATION PROVIDES NO are complying with applicable laws is yours alone.
WARRANTY WITH REGARD TO THIS MANUAL, • Access to the images and audio is protected only by a
THE SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION user name and the password you set up. No further
CONTAINED HEREIN AND HEREBY EXPRESSLY authentication is provided nor should you presume
DISCLAIMS ANY IMPLIED WARRANTIES OF that any other protective filtering is done by the
MERCHANTABILITY OR FITNESS FOR ANY service. Since the service is Internet-based, there is a
PARTICULAR PURPOSE WITH REGARD TO THIS risk that the image or audio you are monitoring can be
MANUAL, THE SOFTWARE OR SUCH OTHER viewed or used by a third-party via the network.
INFORMATION. IN NO EVENT SHALL SONY • SONY IS NOT RESPONSIBLE, AND ASSUMES
CORPORATION BE LIABLE FOR ANY ABSOLUTELY NO LIABILITY TO YOU OR
INCIDENTAL, CONSEQUENTIAL OR SPECIAL ANYONE ELSE, FOR SERVICE INTERRUPTIONS
DAMAGES, WHETHER BASED ON TORT, OR DISCONTINUATIONS OR EVEN SERVICE
CONTRACT, OR OTHERWISE, ARISING OUT OF CANCELLATION. THE SERVICE IS PROVIDED
OR IN CONNECTION WITH THIS MANUAL, THE AS-IS, AND SONY DISCLAIMS AND EXCLUDES
SOFTWARE OR OTHER INFORMATION ALL WARRANTIES, EXPRESS OR IMPLIED,
CONTAINED HEREIN OR THE USE THEREOF. WITH RESPECT TO THE SERVICE INCLUDING,
BUT NOT LIMITED TO, ANY OR ALL IMPLIED
Sony Corporation reserves the right to make any WARRANTIES OF MERCHANTABILITY,
modification to this manual or the information contained FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE, OR
herein at any time without notice. THAT IT WILL OPERATE ERROR-FREE OR
The software described herein may also be governed by CONTINUOUSLY.
the terms of a separate user license agreement. • Security configuration is essential for wireless LAN.
Should a problem occur without setting security, or
• “IPELA” and are trademarks of Sony due to the limitation of the wireless LAN
Corporation. specifications, SONY shall not be liable for any
• “VISCA” is a trademark of Sony Corporation. damage.
• Microsoft, Windows, Internet Explorer and MS-DOS • Always make a test recording, and verify that it was
are registered trademarks of Microsoft Corporation in recorded successfully. SONY WILL NOT BE
the United States and/or other countries. LIABLE FOR DAMAGES OF ANY KIND
• Java is a trademark of Sun Microsystems, Inc. in the INCLUDING, BUT NOT LIMITED TO,
United States and other countries. COMPENSATION OR REIMBURSEMENT ON
• Intel and Pentium are registered trademarks of Intel ACCOUNT OF FAILURE OF THIS UNIT OR ITS
Corporation or its subsidiaries in the United States and RECORDING MEDIA, EXTERNAL STORAGE
other countries. SYSTEMS OR ANY OTHER MEDIA OR
• Adobe, Acrobat and Adobe Reader are trademarks of STORAGE SYSTEMS TO RECORD CONTENT OF
Adobe Systems Incorporated in the United States and/ ANY TYPE.
or other countries. • Always verify that the unit is operating properly
• CompactFlash and CF are trademarks of SanDisk before use. SONY WILL NOT BE LIABLE FOR
Corporation, registered in the United States and other DAMAGES OF ANY KIND INCLUDING, BUT
countries. NOT LIMITED TO, COMPENSATION OR
REIMBURSEMENT ON ACCOUNT OF THE LOSS
All other company and product names are trademarks or OF PRESENT OR PROSPECTIVE PROFITS DUE
registered trademarks of the respective companies or TO FAILURE OF THIS UNIT, EITHER DURING
their respective makers. THE WARRANTY PERIOD OR AFTER
EXPIRATION OF THE WARRANTY, OR FOR
ANY OTHER REASON WHATSOEVER.
• If you lose data by using this unit, SONY accepts no
responsibility for restoration of the data.

Precautions 5

Operating or storage location
Avoid operating or storing the camera in the following
locations:
How to Use This User’s
• Extremely hot or cold places (Operating temperature:
0°C to +40°C [32°F to 104°F])
Guide
• Exposed to direct sunlight for a long time, or close to This User’s Guide explains how to operate the SNC-
Overview

heating equipment (e.g., near heaters) RZ50N/RZ50P Network Camera from a computer.
• Close to sources of strong magnetism The User’s Guide is written to be read on the computer
• Close to sources of powerful electromagnetic display.
radiation, such as radios or TV transmitters As this section gives tips on using the User’s Guide, read
• Locations subject to strong vibration or shock it before you operate the camera.
Ventilation
To prevent heat buildup, do not block air circulation Jumping to the related page
around the camera. When you read the User’s Guide on the computer
display, click on the sentence to jump to the related page.
Transportation
When transporting the camera, repack it as originally
packed at the factory or in materials of equal quality. Software display examples
Note that the displays shown in the User’s Guide are
Cleaning explanatory examples. Some displays may be different
• Use a blower to remove dust from the lens or optical from the ones which appear as you operate the
filter. application software.
• Use a soft, dry cloth to clean the external surfaces of
the camera. Stubborn stains can be removed using a
soft cloth dampened with a small quantity of detergent Printing the User’s Guide
solution, then wipe dry. Depending on your system, certain displays or
• Do not use volatile solvents such as alcohol, benzene illustrations in the User’s Guide, when printed out, may
or thinners as they may damage the surface finishes. differ from those as portrayed on your screen.

Installation Manual (printed matter)
Note on laser beams
Laser beams may damage a CCD. You are cautioned The supplied Installation Manual describes the names
that the surface of a CCD should not be exposed to and functions of parts and controls of the Network
laser beam radiation in an environment where a laser Camera, connecting examples and how to set up the
beam device is used. camera. Be sure to read the Installation Manual before
operating.

6 How to Use This User’s Guide

System Requirements 7 .0. Overview Processor Intel Pentium 4. 2. 1.5 GHz or higher (Pentium 4.6.System Requirements These are the requirements for the computer that displays the image or controls the camera.4 GHz or higher recommended) RAM 256 MB or more OS Microsoft Windows XP. 7.6. Windows Vista 32-bit edition (operation verified for Ultimate and Business editions) Web browser Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver. 2009.0_12 As of June.0 Java 1.

2 Click the Setup icon of IP Setup Program. you will not be able to perform set up correctly. you need to assign page 12. Service Pack 2 or later” on page 11 or “Configuring click Allow. Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 14. Notes • The IP Setup Program may not operate correctly if you 4 Install the IP Setup Program on your computer use a personal firewall or antivirus software in your using the wizard. “Connecting the Camera to a Local Network” in the Note supplied Installation Manual. The program detects the network cameras connected to the local network and lists them on the Network tab window. page 12. For details.htm file on the CD-ROM. pop-up “AutoPlay” may appear. Using ARP Commands” on page 109. In this case. 5 Start the IP Setup Program. In that case. Delete the downloaded file. disable the software or assign If the Software License Agreement is displayed. disable the Windows Firewall function. and click the Setup icon again. see “Configuring Account Control – An unidentified program wants Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows XP access to your computer” may appear. referring to 3 Click Open. “Installing Address to the Camera software” in “When using Windows Vista” on To connect the camera to a network. or Windows Vista. an IP address to the camera using another method. Otherwise the IP Setup Program will not When you are using Windows Vista. Consult the administrator of the network about the If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File assigned IP address. For the setting. computer. message “User operate correctly. For details. If it does not appear automatically in the Web browser. a new IP address to the camera when you install it for the first time. has to prepare for monitoring images after installation A cover page appears automatically in your Web and connection of the camera. see “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP This section explains how to assign an IP address to the Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing camera using the supplied setup program and how to software” in “When using Windows Vista” on configure the network. 8 Assigning the IP Address to the Camera . Before starting. connect the camera. or Windows Vista. see “Assigning the IP Address to the Camera the installation. a message regarding the commands (see page 109) active contents may appear. You can assign an IP address in two ways: The “File Download” dialog opens. double-click on the index. • If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. Assigning the IP Preparation When you are using Windows Vista. • Using the IP Setup Program stored in the supplied CD- ROM (see this page) When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or • Using the ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) later. For read it carefully and click Accept to continue with example. Preparation Assigning an IP address using the IP Setup Program The Preparation section explains what the administrator 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. browser. Download” dialog.

Note The Third DNS server address and Fourth DNS server address are invalid for this camera. To change these items. 7 Set the IP address. The factory settings of both items are “admin. displayed. select 80 for the HTTP port No. and type the IP address. Note When you select Obtain an IP address automatically. Normally. 10 Type the Administrator name and Administrator password.” To specify the IP address manually: Note Select Use the following IP address. make sure that the DHCP server is operating on the network. Subnet mask and Default gateway in the You cannot change the Administrator name and relevant boxes. Administrator password in this step. see “Setting the User — User Menu” on page 62. type the port number between DHCP server: 1024 and 65535 in the text box. To use To obtain the IP address automatically from a another port number. 8 Set the DNS server address. The network settings for the selected camera are 9 Set the HTTP port No. then click OK. Preparation To specify the DNS server addresses manually: Select Use the following DNS server address. To obtain the DNS server addresses automatically: Select Obtain DNS server address automatically. Subnet mask and Default gateway are assigned automatically. and type the Primary DNS server address and Secondary DNS server address in the relevant boxes. Assigning the IP Address to the Camera 9 . 6 Click on the camera in the list to which you want to assign a new IP address. Select Obtain an IP address automatically. 11 Confirm that all items are correctly set. The IP address.

page 51) to On. If “Setting OK” is displayed.) Channel: 11 ch WEP: Nothing IP address: 10. If message “Internet Explorer” appears.0.0.0. Example: In case of IP Setup Program * DHCP stands for a DHCP setting. Type: Adhoc allow the browser to continue reading. IP address. Preparation Tips Notes • The factory setting of the camera network is as • If the IP address is not set correctly. Model name. try to set the IP address: 192.0 • When you set the SSL function (SSL tab. Program from CD-ROM.100 IP address again.100 When using Windows XP Service Subnet mask: 255.0.0 Pack 2 or later • When you select the camera in the network tab and right-click Copy.0. the welcome page follows. Serial number and appear when you install software such as IP Setup Version number can be copied in the clipboard.168. In this case. (The model on SSID: snc-rz50 sale in China does not support the SSL function. click Yes. DHCP/FIXED*. 12 To access the camera directly. Port A warning message regarding the active contents may number. displayed on the Web browser.0. FIXED stands for a fixed IP address. 10 Assigning the IP Address to the Camera . does not appear after step 12. double-click the camera name in the list. In this case. Subnet mask: 255. the IP address is The welcome page of the network camera is correctly assigned. In that case. you can follows: select all cameras in the network tab.0. and the camera’s MAC Installing software address. operate as When you hold down Ctrl and press a. "Security Alert" dialog or Alert page may appear Wireless LAN setting according to the status of the certificate.

click Install. click on the bar and select appears.) In this case. If “ Internet Explorer – Security Warning” appears. The software installation starts. If message “Internet Explorer – Security Warning” appears. you will not be able to perform installation correctly. click Run. Delete the downloaded file. When click the Setup icon again. (No cameras are shown in the list even if they are detected.If message “File Download – Security Warning” If the information bar appears. Assigning the IP Address to the Camera 11 . the main viewer or the Object detection menu appears. installation is completed. 2 Select Security Center of the working field. click OK. Configuring Windows Firewall The IP Setup Program or SNC audio upload tool may not operate correctly depending on the configuration of Windows Firewall. and The installation of ActiveX Control starts. click Run. Installing ActiveX Control During installation of ActiveX Control. In this case. the information bar or “Security Warning” may appear. Install ActiveX Control…. confirm the Windows Firewall configuration as follows: Example: In case of IP Setup Program 1 Select Control Panel from the Start menu of Windows. operate as follows: If message “Information Bar” appears. Preparation Note If you select Save in the “File Download – Security Warning” dialog.

If you want to keep Windows Firewall On. select IP Setup Windows Firewall dialog. When using Windows Vista Installing software A warning message regarding the active contents may appear when you install software such as IP Setup Program from CD-ROM. displayed in the IP Setup Program. Program and click OK. 3 Select Windows Firewall and select Off in the 6 In the Add Program dialog. Then the IP Setup Program is added to the Programs and Services list. continue with the following steps. When the above procedure is completed. Preparation The cameras will be displayed in the list. operate as follows: Example: In case of IP Setup Program 12 Assigning the IP Address to the Camera . 4 Select the “Exceptions” tab. the cameras connected in the local network are 5 Select Add Program…. In this case. 7 Click OK.

Warning” dialog. In this case. click on the bar and select Install ActiveX Control…. The software installation starts. click Install or run click the Setup icon again. you will not be able to perform Assigning the IP Address to the Camera 13 .If pop-up “AutoPlay” appears when a CD-ROM is installation correctly. “index.htm” file in the CD-ROM. Web browser will Starting the software not open automatically. If message “File Download – Security Warning” appears. the information bar or “Security Warning” may appear. click Run. Preparation If message “User Account Control – An unidentified program wants access to your computer” appear. message “User Account Control – An unidentified program wants access to your computer” may appear. Note If message “User Account Control – Windows needs If you select Save in the “File Download – Security your permission to continue” appear. In If message “Internet Explorer” appears. this case. In this case. If message “Internet Explorer – Security Warning” appears. Delete the downloaded file. double-click the When you start software such as IP Setup Program. click OK. click Allow. click Run. operate as follows: If message “Information Bar” appears. If the information bar appears. and inserted into the CD-ROM drive. click Yes. click Allow. Note If you click Open folder to view files. Installing ActiveX Control During installation of ActiveX Control. program. click Continue.

select IP Setup Program and click OK. When the above procedure is completed. Configuring Windows Firewall The IP Setup Program or SNC audio upload tool may not operate correctly depending on the configuration of Windows Firewall. confirm the Windows Firewall configuration as follows: Example: In case of IP Setup Program 1 Select Control Panel from the Start menu of Windows. 14 Assigning the IP Address to the Camera . 2 Click Windows Firewall. Install. click The cameras will be displayed in the list. 3 Select Turn Windows Firewall on or off. If you want to keep Windows Firewall On. In this case.) In this case. “User Account Control – Windows needs your 8 Click OK. When installation is completed. 5 Select the “Exceptions” tab. Then the IP Setup Program is added to the Program or port list. continue with the following steps. the cameras connected in the local network are displayed in the IP Setup Program. If “Internet Explorer – Security Warning” appears. click Continue. permission to continue” may appear. the main viewer or the Object detection menu appears. 7 If the Add Program dialog appears. Preparation The installation of ActiveX Control starts. 6 Select Add Program…. (No cameras are shown in the list even if they are detected. 4 Select Off in the “General” tab.

Note When you set the SSL function (SSL tab. “Security Alert” dialog may appear. Accessing the Camera Using the Web Browser After the IP address has been assigned to the camera. If the main viewer is displayed correctly. Accessing the Camera Using the Web Browser 15 . check that you can actually access the camera using the Web browser installed on your computer. The welcome page appears (in SSL communication). For details. Using the SSL function Note The model on sale in China does not support the SSL function. Use Internet Explorer as the Web browser. page 51) to On. click Yes to continue. 1 Start the Web browser on the computer and type the Preparation IP address of the camera in the URL box. 2 Click Enter. accessing the camera is confirmed. When Internet Explorer 6 is used “Security Alert” dialog may appear according to the status of the certificate. The welcome page is displayed. refer to “ Using the SSL function” on page 15. The main viewer is displayed. In this case.

or Windows Vista. In this case. Tip Every page of this software is optimized as display character size Medium for Internet Explorer. etc. ActiveX control is installed and the When using antivirus software. The display of the Web page may be affected if you use antivirus software or other software described above on your computer. “Certificate manually. The welcome page appears (in SSL communication). security software. the image may not be displayed. set the security level of the Internet Explorer to Medium or lower. • When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. personal firewall or pop-up blocker on your computer. on main viewer is displayed. to continue. as follows: For HTTP connection 1 Select Tools from the menu bar for Internet Explorer. then select Internet Options and click the Security tab. When “Allow HTTP connection for some To display the welcome page and the clients” (page 51) is checked main viewer correctly To use HTTP and SSL connections separately to access. see “Installing ActiveX Control” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 11 or “Installing ActiveX Control” in “When Preparation using Windows Vista” on page 13. click Default Level. For details. for example. “Security Warning” is displayed. For SSL connection 2 Click the Internet icon (when using the camera via the Internet) or Local intranet icon (when using the camera via a local network). When the main viewer of the camera is 3 Set the slider to Medium or lower. the frame rate for displaying the image may be lower. consult Error” may appear according to the status of the your network administrator.) When you click Enter. Notes • If Automatic configuration is enabled in the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings of Internet Explorer. disable 16 Accessing the Camera Using the Web Browser . In that case. When Internet Explorer 7 is used Automatic configuration and set the Proxy server When you enter the camera IP address. you should be to this website (not recommended). the information bar or “Security Warning” may appear as you click Enter. click Continue • When you install ActiveX Control. correctly. When you click Yes. the camera performance may be reduced. logged in to the computer as Administrator. certificate set on the camera. For the setting of the Proxy server. (If the slider is displayed for the first time not displayed. To operate the welcome page and the main viewer enter the following in the address box of the browser. • The Web page displayed when you log in to the camera uses JavaScript. the computer • When you use antivirus software.

Preparation Setting contents Setting menu Flip the image according to the installation position (desk top or ceiling). e-Mail (SMTP) Menu (page 67) Set the user access right for the camera. You can also set various functions according to the installing position. We recommend you configure the following items before monitoring images from the camera. User Menu (page 62) Set a place to be watched beforehand. Exposure mode (page 40) Brightness (page 41) Select the quality of the image sent from the camera. Creating a Panorama Image (page 101) Basic Configuration by the Administrator 17 . View size (page 22) Select whether the audio from the external microphone is sent or not. E.Basic Configuration by the Administrator You can monitor the camera image by logging in with the initial conditions set for this network camera. Video codec Tab (page 42) Select the view size of the image. Date & time Tab (page 35) Make the setting for sending the monitor image attached to an e-mail. Preset position Menu (page 64) Prepare a panorama image. Select the brightness of the image sent from the camera. Microphone (page 39) Synchronize the date and time of the camera with those of the computer. Video codec Tab (page 42) Select the white balance mode according to the installing position (indoor or White balance (page 40) outdoor). network conditions or purpose of the camera. flip (page 39) Set the format of the image sent from the camera.

The User can The functions of the camera should be set by the use the functions for monitoring the image and audio Administrator. Viewer mode setting is used to restrict the user's access rights. The access rights of the administrator and the user can be set in “Setting the User — User Menu” of the Administrator menu on page 62. For the setting of the camera. network camera including camera setting. 18 Administrator and User . 2) This function is not usable with the Java applet viewer. User Operating the Camera Function Administrator Full Pan/Tilt Preset Light View position Monitor a live image z z z z z z View the date and time z z z z z z Control the frame rate (Available in JPEG mode only) z z – – – – Control the image view size z z z z z – Zoom an image using the digital zoom z z z z z – Save a still image in the computer z z z z z – 1) Send an image file to the FTP server z z – – – – Send an image attached to an e-mail z z – – – – Record an image in the memory z z – – – – Control the alarm output of the I/O port on the camera z z – – – – Switch the Day/Night function mode z z – – – – Play an audio file (Voice alert) z z – – – – 2) Switch the TCP/UDP transmission mode (Available in z z 2) – – – – MPEG4/H. monitor the image from the camera using your Web The Administrator can use all the functions of this browser. and controlling the camera. Each type of user can use the corresponding functions below. Operating the Camera Administrator and User This network camera identifies the people who log in as The Operating the Camera section explains how to the Administrator or User. see from the camera. The “Administrating the Camera” on page 31.264 mode only) Call the Preset position z z z z – – Perform the pan/tilt/zoom operation z z z – – – Receive the audio z z z z z z Control the setting menu z – – – – – z Usable function – Not usable function 1) This function is usable with the Java applet viewer. There are five types of users. Use Internet Explorer as the Web browser.

The welcome page of Network Camera is When H. you can select Java applet viewer. When Mode is set to Dual codec 2 Select the viewer. The usable codecs and viewers are displayed you can select Java applet viewer.264). For JPEG.264 is selected Operating the Camera displayed. MPEG4 or H. When Mode is set to Single codec You can monitor the image of the selected video codec (JPEG. You can monitor JPEG and MPEG4. When MPEG4 is selected Logging in to Homepage — Welcome Page Logging in as a user 1 Start the Web browser on your computer and type the IP address of the camera you want to monitor. When JPEG is selected Logging in to Homepage — Welcome Page 19 . For JPEG images. depending on the Mode setting in the Video Codec Tab in the Camera menu (page 42).

You must install this viewer when you access the main viewer for the first time. Displaying the Administrator menu The main viewer appears. Note If the welcome page does not start correctly. Operating the Camera With the Java applet viewer 3 Enter the user name and password for Administrator. the Administrator menu can be opened directly from the welcome page.264) When the administrator sets the camera functions. Click English or Japanese at the bottom of the welcome page. directly With the ActiveX viewer (MPEG4/H. The following dialog appears. About viewers You can use the following viewers. 20 Logging in to Homepage — Welcome Page . Control the camera from the main viewer. The Administrator menu appears in other window. MPEG4 and H. You can change them using the User menu of the Administrator menu (see page 62). The user name “admin” and the password “admin” are set at the factory for the Administrator. 2 Click Setting on the welcome page. 1 Select the viewer language on the welcome page.264 video codecs. ActiveX viewer This viewer can monitor the camera image in any of the JPEG. See “To display the welcome page and the main viewer correctly” on page 16 and check the security level. then click OK. the security level of the Internet Explorer may be set to higher than Medium. 3 Click Enter.

The Java applet viewer operates only when Java is installed and Java (Sun) is enabled. Standard Edition (JRE) from the website of Sun Microsystems. The frame rate is lower than the ActiveX viewer.6. Main viewer using ActiveX viewer (JPEG) To install Java Plug-in Download Java 2 Runtime Environment. the camera image may not be displayed.6. You can use all the This section explains the functions of the parts and functions of the viewer with ActiveX Control. see the specified pages. 1. For a detailed explanation on each part or control. controls of the main viewer. the Security Warning appears. Operating the Camera For details on the Java version for which operation has been verified. Click Yes Viewer and install ActiveX Control. Configuration of Main Viewer 21 .When you display the main viewer of the camera for the first time When you log in the network camera using ActiveX Configuration of Main viewer for the first time (by clicking Enter to enter the main viewer). Check the version of Java displayed in Java (Sun).0_01 for <applet> (requires restart)” in “Java (Sun)”. To check the Java version Select Tools from the menu bar of Internet Explorer. For the setting of the Proxy server. In that case. it means that Java is not installed. If Java (Sun) is not displayed. Camera control Monitor image Main menu To enable Java Plug-in section section Example: In case of Java Plug-in Ver. disable Automatic configuration and set the Proxy server manually. see “System Requirements” on page 7. Java applet viewer Main viewer using ActiveX viewer (MPEG4 or You can select this viewer when the camera image is in H. If it does not operate correctly. Notes • If Automatic configuration is enabled in the Local Area Network (LAN) Settings of Internet Explorer. you should be Camera control Monitor image Main menu logged in to the computer as the Administrator. and install it by following the instructions on the installer.. section section Tip Every page of this software is optimized for display character size Medium for Internet Explorer.264) JPEG.0_01 Check “Use JRE 1. You need to install Java. Inc. • When you install ActiveX Control. consult your network administrator. check whether the Java has been installed successfully and Java (Sun) is enabled. then select Internet Options and click the Advanced mode tab.

zoom. tilt. (page 24) 22 Configuration of Main Viewer . The camera will move to the preset position that you have stored in memory using the Preset position menu. tilt and zoom functions from the main viewer. tilt and zoom functions.) Click to capture a still image shot by the camera and to store it in the computer. Home Displays the welcome page. When you click this icon. (page 26) Digital zoom Click to change the size of the digital zoom.) Selects the frame rate to transmit images. (page 24) View size Selects the view size to be displayed. Main viewer using Java applet viewer Capture (Displayed in the main menu when the Java applet viewer is used.) Click to display the Administrator menu. and focus of the camera. (page 31) You can operate this function only when logging in as Select the Preset position name from the drop-down the administrator. appears and enables you to control pan. Control panel Click to display the following control panel. (page 26) Operating the Camera Camera control section Monitor image section Main menu Preset position Main menu (Displayed only when one or more preset positions are Setting stored in memory. (page 24) You can control pan. list. Camera control section Frame rate (Displayed only when the camera image is in JPEG. (page 25) Control Click to operate the camera using the pan.

UDP (Unicast) mode. and will stay selected for the next startup.Pan/Tilt control Notes Click the arrow button of the direction in which you want to move the camera.711 (64 Camera menu to Manual. The selected function is activated. When you click . and press to zoom in. click again. function cannot be used. Volume Zoom control Press to zoom out. and UDP (Multicast) mode. ATA memory card (not supplied) or CF memory card (not supplied) (page 28) – control the alarm output (page 29) – switch the Day/Night function on/off (page 29) – play the audio file stored in the camera (page 29) The image shot by the camera is shown here. To output the audio. To return to the home position. Operating the Camera optimum position. Audio codec may not be set to G.264 and the ActiveX viewer is used. The selectable functions are as follows: – send the still images attached to an e-mail (page 28) – send the still images to an FTP server (page 28) – record the still image files in the built-in memory. To check if Java is installed correctly. arrow buttons for panning and tilting in PTZ mode of the System menu. set Focus mode of the viewer is used. the transmission camera continuously. Configuration of Main Viewer 23 . or Java may not be installed correctly. Monitor image (Displayed only when the camera Viewer mode (page 63) is set to Full and one or more triggers are enabled in the Trigger menu (page 80).) Select the function you want to use from the drop-down list and click . (page 30) The last selected mode is saved in the computer. press .) Each click switches the transmission mode of the video/ audio data between TCP mode. • The model on sale in China does not support the SSL You can select the operation mode of the 8-direction function. Transmission (TCP/UDP transmission mode) (Displayed only when the camera image is in MPEG4 or H. Keep it pressed to move the • When the SSL function is used. click . Note Note If does not appear when the Java applet To control the focus manually. Zooming continues while the button remains pressed. To focus on a Drag the bar to adjust the volume. (Displayed when Microphone (page 39) is set to On.) Focus control To focus on a nearby object. refer to “Java Trigger applet viewer” of “About viewers” on page 20. the focus is set to the audio output stops. press . the icon changes to and the By pressing . The date and time is displayed at the top of the window. distant object. (page 39) kbps) (page 40).

3. 30 fps SNC-RZ50P 1. 4. For example. 2. SNC-RZ50N 1. the image is sent at the maximum speed of the connected line (30 fps maximum). Operating the Camera Auto is determined by the image size specified in the Camera menu (page 42). To log in. The image is magnified by about 1. Zooming in the monitor image 1 Click . 2 Select the frame rate (only when the camera image is in JPEG). see “Logging in as a user” on page 19. 320 × 240. 2 Click the point you want to zoom in. The number of frames actually transmitted may You can monitor the camera image on the monitor vary depending on network environments and window of the main viewer. Monitoring the camera image 3 Select the view size. 25. if you select 30 fps for SNC-RZ50N. camera settings (image size and image quality settings). 8. 4. click . 6. 10. 3 To cancel zooming in.5 times with the clicked point at the center. 3. 8. 2. 5. 6. 12. Click the Frame rate list box to select the frame rate for transmitting the image. 16. 25 fps “fps” is a unit indicating the number of frames transmitted per second. 640 × 480. 20. 24 Controlling the Monitor Image . The digital zoom icon changes to . 15. 20. 5. Selectable frame rates are as follows. 1 Log in to the homepage to display the main viewer. Click View size list box to select the view size from Auto. or 160 × 120. Note Controlling the Monitor The selected value indicate the maximum number Image of frame rate that can be transmitted.

Capturing a monitor image 1 Display the camera image in the monitor window. The still image of the moment you click is captured.. The Save Picture dialog appears. The Save As dialog appears. image and save it in the computer. 2 Click Save. 2 Right-click the mouse to display the menu and select Save Picture As. With the Java applet viewer 1 Capture the monitor image. Saving the captured image Capturing a Monitor Image With the ActiveX viewer You can capture an image being monitored as a still 1 Capture the monitor image.. then click Save. 3 To close the capture window. then click Save. With the Java applet viewer 3 Select JPEG or Bitmap as Save as type. 4 Type in File name and specify Save in.. Capturing a Monitor Image 25 . click Cancel or Close. 4 Type the File name and specify Save in. With the ActiveX viewer 3 Select JPEG Files or Windows Bitmap Files as Save as type. and this still image is displayed in the capture Operating the Camera window. 2 Click .

When you cancel the digital zoom. and drag the mouse diagonally to draw a red frame around the portion you want to enlarge. Next. and the camera moves so that the clicked portion is positioned at the center of the display. To return to the home position. To focus on a nearby object. click . Controlling via the control panel You can operate the camera direction. Click on the monitor image. optimum position. upper right of the window. Pan/Tilt control Operating the Camera Click the arrow button of the direction in which you want to move the camera. the remaining time that Panning and tilting by clicking the you are authorized to operate the camera is displayed. returns to white. the display switches to . If you want to 26 Operating the Camera . Panning. 1 Click . Zoom control and Preset position list box are displayed on the Click to zoom out. zooming of the specified area stops at panel. camera continuously. 2 Click . is displayed. The control panel is displayed. click . Keep it pressed to move the You can operate the camera from the main viewer. nor By clicking . click . and focus by using the control panel for the monitor image currently displayed. Note Operating the Camera Notes To control the focus manually. you can use the Pan/Tilt control function. and click to zoom in. Notes • When Zoom mode in the Camera menu is set to Full 3 Control each function using the displayed control (see page 39). zoom. Zooming continues while the button remains pressed. To focus on a turns gray and you can no longer control the camera distant object. If you Focus control execute the digital zoom when you can control Pan/Tilt. in the monitor window or in the panorama window. • When Exclusive control mode of the System menu is set to On and you click . If you cannot get the control. the focus is set to the can you control zoom in the zoom bar. The camera moves so that framed portion is positioned at the center of the display and is zoomed in. When is displayed in white on the upper right of the window. the TELE end of the optical zoom. tilting and zooming by specifying the area Click and hold the left button of the mouse on the monitor image. set Focus mode of the • The Preset position list box is not displayed when no Camera menu to Manual. (page 39) preset position is memorized. When you click . the icon switches to monitor image and the waiting time is displayed.

the camera faces the clicked area. The camera will move to the preset position that you have stored in memory using the Preset 1 Create a panorama image with the SNC panorama position menu (page 64). a 360° view around the camera Zooming an image by the camera is displayed as a panorama image. the panorama window is displayed under the monitor window. In the panorama window. the center may Controlling the Camera be shifted or some portion of the image may appear out of the monitor image section. Controlling the Camera on a Panorama Image 27 . when the layout around the camera is changed. When the camera is moved or Zoom mode of the Camera menu is not set to Full. Optical TELE end icon: Click to move the zoom to optical TELE end (26 × magnification). button on the image control section. Monitor window You can specify a location to be zoomed by clicking the zoom bar. Moving the camera to a preset position Facing the camera toward a Select a preset position name from the Preset position specified point drop-down list. click Create the panorama image with the supplied SNC under the panorama window to turn off the panorama creator. Tip Note The panorama image is a still picture converted from the image taken when you were going to create it with the The zoom bar of the digital area is not displayed when SNC panorama creator. When you click on zoom bar the displayed panorama image. panorama window. • When the specified area is zoomed in. When you have the authorization to control this function. Optical WIDE end icon: Click to move the zoom to optical WIDE end (same magnification). specify the area again. creator and display it. the zoom bar is displayed below the window. Operating the Camera The zoom bar is either displayed or turned off by SNC-RZ50N/RZ50P clicking below the image frame. zoom in further using the digital zoom. 2 Click the point you want to watch in the panorama window. In this case. Digital TELE end icon: Click to move the zoom to Panorama window digital TELE end (312 × magnification) Turning off the zoom bar To create the panorama image When you are not going to use the zoom bar. you should create the panorama image again. Refer to page 101 for details. Click it again to turn off the zoom bar. click the on a Panorama Image point you want to move to the center or click the arrow When you have the authorization to control the camera.

ATA memory card (not supplied) or “CF memory card” (not supplied). Using the Trigger Button You can operate various functions of the camera simply by clicking (trigger) in the main viewer. The still image of the moment you click is captured. Sending a monitor image via e-mail You can send a captured still image by attaching it to an e-mail. To turn off the panorama window When you are not going to use the panorama image. you need to make FTP client active and set the address in the Trigger menu of the Administrator menu properly (page 80). 1 Display the image on the monitor window. Sending a monitor image to an FTP server You can send a captured still image to the FTP server. 2 Select FTP from the trigger drop-down list. you need to make e-Mail (SMTP) active and set the address in the Trigger menu of the Administrator menu properly (page 80). and the image file is sent to the FTP server. window at the clicked point. 2 Select e-Mail from the trigger drop-down list. Recording a camera image as a still image You can capture a camera image as a still picture and record it. and your e-mail with the image file attached is sent to the specified mail address. To use this function. 3 Click . want to watch in the displayed in the monitor Operating the Camera panorama window. The still images are recorded in the built-in memory. click under the panorama window to turn off the panorama window. Click the point you The present situation is 1 Display the image on the monitor window. To use this function. 3 Click . 28 Using the Trigger Button . and the present image at the point is displayed in the monitor window. The camera is moved to face toward the clicked point. The still image of the moment you click is captured.

2 Select Voice alert1. Controlling Day/Night function You can control the Day/Night function On (night mode) and Off (day mode). the Day/Night function by clicking . trigger drop-down list. 2 in the 3 Click . see the supplied Installation Manual. Voice alert2 and Voice alert3 active in the Trigger menu 1 Display the image on the monitor window. you need to make Alarm output 1 You can play the audio file previously stored in the or Alarm output 2 active in the Trigger menu of the camera using the SNC audio upload tool. To use this function. 3 Click .To use this function. The alarm output mode can be selected from Toggle or Timer of Alarm output 1. 2 Select Alarm output1 or Alarm output2 from the 1 Display the image on the monitor window. Playback of the selected audio file starts and the playback sound is output from the speaker Tip connected to the camera. you need to make Voice alert1. active and set the details in the Trigger menu of the Administrator menu (page 80). To use this function. Each click switches the Day/Night function alternately between On (night mode) and Off (day mode). 2 Playing the audio file stored in the You can control Alarm output 1. Note 3 Click . you need to make Day/Night active in the Trigger menu of the Administrator menu (page 81). list. Using the Trigger Button 29 . 2. (page 81) is set to Disable or Auto. 1 Display the image on the monitor window. The alarm output is switched by clicking. If Day/Night mode in the Trigger-Day/Night menu The still image of the moment you click is captured. For the connection of peripheral devices to the alarm output of the I/O port. Trigger menu (page 81). Operating the Camera Controlling alarm output 1. 2 Select Image memory from the trigger drop-down 3 Click . you cannot control and the image file is recorded. you need to make Image memory 2 Select Day/Night from the trigger drop-down list. of the Administrator menu (page 81). camera To use this function. Voice alert2 or Voice alert3 from the trigger drop-down list. 1 Display the image on the monitor window. Administrator menu (page 81).

• The function may not operate correctly when you use RTP (Real-time Transport Protocol) and UDP personal firewall software or antivirus software on multicast techniques are adopted for video/audio your computer. “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. HTTP is the protocol used for reading the usual Web page. click used. In that mode) (page 42) is set to MPEG4 or H. select TCP or UDP page 10 or “Configuring Windows Firewall” in (Unicast). disable “Windows Firewall. 2 Click TCP/UDP Transmission. you can watch or listen to the video/audio by selecting the TCP port. Cancel. RTP (Real-time 30 Switching TCP/UDP Transmission Mode . When UDP (Multicast) is selected as the transmission port. TCP/UDP 4 Click OK to close the dialog. UDP transmission cannot be selected whereas TCP transmission can be If you do not change the transmission setting. environment. a router that does not correspond to the multicast or or Windows Vista. The Select TCP/UDP dialog appears. Since RTP is the protocol for running video/audio data. the video/audio may not play back This function can be used when Mode (video codec properly when UDP (Unicast) is selected. If Operating the Camera • If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. 1 Open the main viewer. UDP (Multicast): This protocol is selectable when Notes Multicast streaming (page 44) is On. In that case. When TCP is selected as the communication port. or depending on the network for the video/audio data.264 and the case. select TCP. HTTP communication is adopted for video/audio communications.” For a firewall is installed between the camera and the details. UDP (Unicast): When UDP (Unicast) is selected as the communication port. 3 Click one of the buttons TCP. Transport Protocol) is adopted for video/audio Switching TCP/UDP communications. transmission load of the camera can be reduced. In an environment capable of reading Web pages. In that case. the video/audio may not play back “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on properly. By selecting it. ActiveX viewer is used. transmission icon does not appear. see “Configuring Windows Firewall” in computer. • When the SSL function is used. disable the software or transmission. TCP: This is normally selected. the video/audio playback Transmission Mode is smoother than when TCP (HTTP) is selected. the network select the TCP mode. If a firewall is installed between the camera and the You can select TCP or UDP as the communication port computer. UDP (Unicast) or UDP (Multicast).

Click English or Japanese at the bottom of the welcome page. See pages 33 to 91 for details of the menu tabs and 3 Click Setting on the welcome page. Enter the user name and password for Administrator. Note on the display of menu options The setting menus of this unit will clearly display only the setting options that you can currently select. setting options. setting option in the tab. 6 After setting. This section explains the basic operations and each option of the Administrator menu. 1 Click Enter in the welcome page to display the main viewer. Administrator menu appears. Buttons common to every menu The following buttons are displayed on all the menus. Basic Operations of Administrator Menu 31 . click OK. Administrating the Camera The Administrating the Camera section explains how to set the functions of the camera by the Administrator. 2 Click in the main viewer. viewer to display the Administrator menu. You can use the Administrator menu to set all functions 4 Click the menu name (example: System) on the left to suit the user's needs. The functions of the buttons are the same on every menu. The user name “admin” and password “admin” are The settings you have made become active. The authentication dialog appears. side of the Administrator menu. menu. and set each 1 Log in the homepage to display the welcome page. Example: “System” menu How to setup the Administrator menu 5 Select the required tab above the menu. see “Operating the Camera” on page 18. You can learn how to log in on page 19 “Logging in as a user”. Example: “Date & time” tab of “System” menu 2 Select the viewer language on the welcome page. set at the factory for the Administrator. The The following steps also display the Administrator grayed out options cannot be selected. Click Cancel to invalidate the set values and return to the previous settings. Click this button to validate the settings. For the monitoring of the camera image. Basic Operations of 3 Enter the user name and password for Administrator Menu Administrating the Camera Administrator. Click Setting in the welcome page or in the main The clicked menu appears.

(“Configuring the System — function of the camera. (“Setting the User — User Menu” on page 62) 32 Basic Operations of Administrator Menu . Security Click this button to invalidate the set values and return to Displays the Security menu for specifying a computer the previous settings. that is allowed to connect to the camera. which rotates the setting may not be stored correctly.1X Detection — Voice alert Menu” on page 79) Displays the 802. (“Outputting Audio Linked to Alarm 802. the changed you want to save.1X menu for connecting the camera to the network configured in compliance with the 802.1X Displays the Trigger menu for operations when you Authentication Function — 802. (“Configuring the Network — Network stored in the camera in synchronization with alarm Menu” on page 45) detection by the sensor input or the object detection function.1X Trigger standard for port authentication. To on page 64) reflect the change on the opening main viewer.“Tour function”. some settings cannot be restored. (“Setting the Camera Image and Audio — out terminal of the camera. etc. in the built-in memory or in an ATA memory card (not supplied) or a CF memory card (not supplied) inserted in the camera. Displays the Preset position menu to register a position If the power is turned off immediately. (“Setting the Operations from the Viewer — Trigger Menu” on page User 80) Displays the User menu for setting the log in user name and password. registered positions. (“Sending Images to FTP Server — FTP client Menu” on page 70) Administrating the Camera Image memory Displays the Image memory menu for recording an image/audio file. (“Downloading Images from the System Menu” on page 33) Camera — FTP server Menu” on page 77) Camera Alarm output Displays the Camera menu for setting the camera image Displays the Alarm output menu for setting the alarm and audio. e-Mail (SMTP) Displays the e-Mail (SMTP) menu for sending an e- mail.1X Menu” on page 55) click the trigger button in the main viewer. (“Saving the • When the camera settings are changed while watching Camera Position and Action — Preset position Menu” the main viewer. click Refresh of the web browser. etc. to an FTP server. (“Recording Images in Memory — Image memory Menu” on page 73) FTP server System Displays the FTP server menu for setting the FTP server Displays the System menu. wait at least 10 Preset position seconds before turning off the power of the camera. (“Using the 802. (“Setting the Security — Security Menu” on page 63) General notes on menus • After changing a setting on a menu. is also set here. (“Sending an Image via E-mail — e-Mail (SMTP) Configuration of Administrator menu Menu” on page 67) FTP client Displays the FTP client menu for sending an image/ audio file. (“Setting the Alarm Output Camera Menu” on page 39) — Alarm output Menu” on page 78) Network Voice alert Displays the Network menu for setting the network Displays the Voice alert menu for playing the audio file connection.

(“Transmitting with External Equipment Using the External Serial Terminal — Serial Menu” on page 91) Title bar name Type a name of up to 32 characters to be displayed on the title bar. Configuring the System — System Menu 33 . page 83) System Tab Object detection Displays the Object detection menu for the object detection function built into the camera. Use the <BR> tag for a line break. The System menu has six tabs: System.Schedule Displays the Schedule menu for the Day/Night function. e-Mail (SMTP) function. (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) When you click in the Administrator menu. Alarm buffer Use this menu to perform the principal settings of the Displays the Alarm buffer menu for the buffer that software. System log and Access log. Date & time. Welcome text Type any text of up to 1024 characters in HTML format to show on the welcome page. the System menu appears. (“Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu” on page 84) Serial Displays the Serial menu for communications with Administrating the Camera external equipment through the external serial terminal. Initialize. records the image and audio related to alarm detection. Software version The software version of this camera is displayed. (“Setting the Alarm Buffer — Alarm buffer Menu” on Superimpose. FTP Configuring the System client function. Voice alert function and so on. (A line break is equivalent to 2 characters.) Serial number The serial number of the camera is displayed. Image memory function and Alarm out — System Menu function. Preset position function. The characters typed here are displayed on the title bar of the Web browser.

0. number. sensor input terminal of the camera. use the Custom Homepage Installer included in the supplied CD-ROM. this mode following operation: cannot be used. The directory displayed in the text box on the right Normal: When you click the mouse button. This is effective when Exclusive control mode is On. the camera the address box of your Web browser. do not disable the To display your individual homepage. effective when Exclusive control mode is On. settings of Operation time and Maximum wait Selecting 10 provides the maximum transition level. If you keep the mouse button held down for more than 1 second. the authority is controlled by the 10 by clicking or for zooming. The selectable number is from 0 to 10. Pan/Tilt level: Select the camera transition level from 1 to 10 by clicking the 8-direction arrow button for On: Only one user has control authority. 34 Configuring the System — System Menu . Administrating the Camera 2 Type the path of the HTML file using up to 64 characters in the text box on the right of Path. The selectable range is from 10 to 600 seconds. the date and time of For the verified cards. Custom: Displays your individual homepage. • To use Exclusive control mode. If a user tries to operate a function during operation Zoom level: Select the camera transition level from 1 to by another user. the last operation has Specify the detection mode of the signal input to the priority. see page 106. To stop the operation. • When you change the Exclusive control mode 1 Select Custom. tilting or zooming). or CF memory card. Selecting 10 provides the maximum operation time for one user in Operation time. using the TELE/WIDE button (page 26). Exclusive control mode When you select Step. and the operation continues while you hold down the Tip mouse button. camera IP address in your browser’s web address box. in flash memory. zoom and some other functions of the camera. Maximum wait number You can display your favorite homepage stored in the Sets the number of users who are permitted to wait for built-in flash memory. the camera operation stops and the Step mode is restored. 192. click Refresh on the web browser to reflect the change when opening the main viewer. transition level. ATA memory card Select Normal or Step. Off: Multiple users can control pan. Notes To learn how to use of the Custom Homepage Installer. Set the panning/tilting. user. select the memory in which arrow buttons (page 26) and the zoom control mode the homepage is stored. starts panning. tilting or zooming operation. This is To store the HTML file of the homepage in the built. tilt and zoom at the same time. PTZ mode Select the pan/tilt control mode using the 8-direction 3 In Selected memory. Pan/Tilt level and Zoom level are selectable. an ATA memory card (not their turn for control authority during operation by one supplied) or a CF memory card (not supplied). contact your authorized Sony the camera and the connected computer must be set dealer. Controls the authority to operate pan. tilt. release the Even when you select Custom. the Example: When the IP address of the camera is set to operation mode is temporarily changed to Normal. setting.100 When you release the mouse button. perform the web browser Cookie. correctly at first. moves (panning. Homepage Operation time Select the homepage to be displayed when you enter the Sets the time length for a user who has control authority. Default: Displays the homepage stored in the camera. the camera of Path changes according to the selected memory. camera can be displayed by typing the following URL in Step: Each time you click the mouse button. the homepage inside the mouse button. Normally open: Detects alarm when the sensor input is short-circuited. When multiple users control these Sensor input mode functions at the same time. When it is disabled. • To use Exclusive control mode.168. You can select Flash memory.

Date & time format Select the format of date and time to be displayed in the OK/Cancel main viewer from the drop-down list. Interval. using up to 64 characters. Automatically adjust clock for daylight saving time changes Note When you select it. that set on the computer. Current date & time Displays the date and time set on the camera. Synchronize with PC: Select if you want to synchronize the camera’s date and time with those of the computer. the time is adjusted using the time zone difference and set on the camera. Adjust Select how to set the day and time. and dd-mm-yyyy hh:mm:ss (day-month-year hour:minute:second). Select the time zone in the area where the camera is installed from the drop-down list. be sure to check according to the daylight saving time of the selected the date and time of the camera and set them if time zone. Note The setting time may not match with the exact time according to the network environment. Select the year. The set interval is a guide. necessary. Note PC clock If the time zone selected in Time zone is different from Displays the date and time set on your computer. synchronize the camera’s date and time with those of the time server called NTP server (Network Time OK/Cancel Protocol). Interval Select an interval between 1 and 24 hours at which you want to adjust the camera’s time referring to the NTP server’s time. mm- dd-yyyy hh:mm:ss (month-day-year hour:minute:second). See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. date. Configuring the System — System Menu 35 . NTP server name Date & time Tab Type the host name or IP address of the NTP server. Time zone Set the time difference from Greenwich Mean Time in Administrating the Camera the area where the camera is installed. Keep current setting: Select if you do not need to set the date and time. and does not indicate the exact time. the clock is automatically adjusted After you have purchased the camera.Normally closed: Detects alarm when the sensor input Synchronize with NTP: Select if you want to is open-circuited. Manual setting: Select if you want to set the camera’s date and time manually. minutes and seconds from each drop-down list. month. You can select the format between yyyy-mm-dd hh:mm:ss (year-month-day hour:minute:second). hour. Set the NTP server name and the See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31.

Upper right. Bit rate: The <BPS> tag is entered into the format box. characters can be displayed. Next. or Lower right. Use single-byte alphanumeric characters to enter a camera ID or a camera name to be superimposed.1 to No. and the current bit rate will be superimposed. Select the display style for superimposed text. Border: Display an outline around the characters of the Area title table text. Frame rate: The <FPS> tag is entered into the format box. Specify the rectangular area in which the superimposed title will be displayed by clicking Lower left and Upper Superimpose Format right. specify the upper When you click the following buttons. Click Camera ID to enter the <CAMERAID> tag into Style the format box. the left. Font size Area title Select the size of the superimposed text. and Clear settings in each line. Zoom: The <ZOOMRATIO> tag is entered into the format box. Configure area titles to be superimposed. Date & time: The <DATETIME> tag is entered into the Superimpose Tab format box. Lower If multiple titles are configured for the same area. right. Note If the preset position name is entered using double-byte Administrating the Camera characters. value takes priority. Camera ID: The <CAMERAID> tag is entered into the format box. Transparent: Display a partially transparent background around the text. Upper Position right. and the camera ID entered in the Camera ID box will be superimposed. and the preset position name will be superimposed. Select the position in which to display the superimposed text. date and time. Area title: The <AREATITLE> tag is entered into the format box. Note You can select from Upper left. and the current zoom ratio will be superimposed. Background: Display a black background around the Click Area title to enter the <AREATITLE> tag into the text. title name with the highest No. No. Use single-byte alphanumeric characters to enter the area title name to be superimposed. Lower left. Up to 41 characters can be displayed. move the camera to a position in which you want the title display or use special tags. 36 Configuring the System — System Menu . a special tag is right position by moving the camera and clicking Upper automatically entered into the format box. Enter alphanumeric characters to create your own text To specify the lower left position of the rectangular area. Set. Superimpose Select On to superimpose camera IDs. Up to 60 Select this to enable an area title.20 Configure the Area title. On/Off Small: Display the text in a small size. Standard: Display the text in standard size. or Camera ID other information onto video images. format box. it will not be properly displayed when superimposed on the image. and the current frame rate will be superimposed. displayed and click Lower left. and the date and time will be superimposed. and the area title names configured in the area title table will be superimposed. On/Off. Preset position name: The <POSITIONNAME> tag is entered into the format box.

Lower left. When you click deleted while formatting. rz50.” • The superimposed number is not readable if the image size is set to 160 × 120 (QQVGA). Click Factory default. On/Off. • A pale image may be viewed under the background of Click Save. Click Clear to delete Area title. Are you sure?” appears. and Tip Upper right setting information to the camera. the network indicator on the camera starts to blink. The file name preset at the factory is “snc- image size is set to 384 × 288 or 320 × 240 (QVGA). Do not turn off the Click Format to format the CF memory card (not camera until the camera reboots. click Refresh of the Web browser to reflect the change Click Browse and select the file in which the setting data on the opening main viewer. • The following items cannot be stored or restored with Backup setting data or Restore setting. OK. supplied) inserted into the PC card slot of the camera. Are you sure?” appears. click OK. – a certificate to be used in the SSL function (the Click Reboot. is stored.) the camera. and the message “This Camera will be model on sale in China does not support the SSL rebooted.Click Set to store Area title. and the camera is adjusted OK/Cancel according to the loaded data and restarted. Format ATA memory card Factory default Click Format to format the ATA memory card (not Resets the camera to the factory settings. Restore setting • When you have changed the Date & time setting. turning on the power of this unit while pressing the reset switch on the camera. Administrating the Camera Restore preset position and privacy masking settings When you select it. Loads the stored setting data of the camera.cfg. • The superimposed camera ID and/or date & time area is regarded as an inactive area of the object detection Backup setting data function. and the message “Setup data will The files and folders stored in the ATA memory card are be initialized. Lower left. It takes about two minutes to start again. Click OK to reboot function. • When Restore preset position and privacy masking settings is selected. – audio files uploaded using SNC audio upload tool – a panorama image recorded in the camera using SNC panorama creator – a homepage created using Custom Homepage Installer – a client certificate and CA certificate to be used in Reboot the 802. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. On/Off.1X authentication function Reboots the camera. Saves the setting data of the camera in a file. After adjustments of the default settings have finished. some items in the Network menu (page 45) cannot be restored. Configuring the System — System Menu 37 . it may take a long time to load the setting data. browser to specify the folder and save the setting data of • The size of the superimposed number is reduced if the the camera. Then. and follow the instructions on the Web the superimposed area. the stored setting data of the camera. The camera can also be reset to the factory settings by and Upper right setting information from the camera. supplied) inserted into the CF card slot of the camera. Format CF memory card the camera reboots automatically. Initialize Tab the preset position data and the privacy masking data are loaded. Notes • With Restore setting. For details. see the supplied Notes Installation Manual.

set Voice alert to Off in each tab of the Voice alert menu (page 79). • Before formatting. Delete voice alert file Click Reload to reload the latest data. It includes data that is useful when a problem occurs. you can delete the panorama image recorded in the camera with SNC panorama creator Administrating the Camera (page 101). recorded in this log. • Before deleting the audio file. System log Tab 38 Configuring the System — System Menu . Notes • Clicking Delete deletes all the stored audio files simultaneously. Delete panorama image By pressing Delete. Notes Click Reload to reload the latest data. you can delete the homepage recorded in the flash memory of the camera with Custom Homepage Installer (page 106). The access record of the camera is displayed. disable the image memory function and the FTP server function to protect the Access log Tab ATA memory card or CF memory card against writing. To delete a specified audio file only. Delete custom homepage By pressing Delete. Click Delete to delete all the audio files stored in the camera using SNC audio upload tool (page 94). • Do not activate the Format ATA memory card or Format CF memory card function when no card is inserted into the each card slot. perform deletion of the audio file in the corresponding Voice alert tab of the Voice alert menu (page 79). The files and folders stored in the CF memory card are The data of the software activity of the camera is deleted while formatting.

When you click in the Administrator menu. They are not effective for the video output. Manual: The focus can be adjusted by using the NEAR. • The frame rate lowers half when Stabilizer is set to On. Auto: The focus is automatically adjusted. • The stabilizer may not be effective depending on the degree of oscillation. In With this setting. Image and Audio Full: An image can be zoomed up to 26× optical zoom and 12× digital zoom. Select On to activate the stabilizer when the camera is affected by oscillation. FAR and ONE PUSH FOCUS buttons of the Common Tab control panel displayed from the main viewer. Select Off Refresh on the Web browser to reflect the change when when you fix the camera to the ceiling. Focus mode Use this menu to set the functions of the camera. the image. The Camera menu consists of five tabs: Common. Video codec and Streaming. • If a flat object such as a solid wall or floor occupies the greater part of a shooting scene or if a large object Field: Select this option when shooting a moving image. Select Color or Monochrome for the image. • When the brightness of the scene changes suddenly or Auto: The Frame or Field mode process is when you change the brightness setting. Selects the mode of the image output from the camera. the whole automatically performed depending on movement in image may tremble momentarily. the whole image may tremble. and Field is performed for an area with Microphone movement. Selects the focus mode. Note E. • The view angle of the camera is reduced by approximately 10 % when Stabilizer is set to On. • Set Stabilizer to Off when using the privacy mask Image mode (page 103). occupying the greater part of the scene passes by or Frame: Select this option when shooting a still image. Stabilizer Select the stabilizer to compensate for oscillation. Picture. It is adjustable from –10 to +10. Administrating the Camera Notes • The stabilizer is effective for the images on a computer. click The image can be displayed upside down. Select On to send the Color audio from this network camera. Zoom mode Setting the Camera Selects the zoom mode. the Camera menu appears. Select whether you are going to send the audio from the m microphone input connector. Frame is performed for an area without movement. Mic volume Set the volume level of the audio input from the m microphone input connector. Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu 39 . the vertical resolution increases but this case. Select On when opening the main viewer. you install the camera on the rack or the desk. set Stabilizer to Off. the edge of a moving object may be jagged. Day/Night. continues moving. flip When you change the Microphone setting. 312× zoom in total. — Camera Menu Optical: An image can be zoomed up to 26× optical zoom.

and you can select the iris. microphone input connector. Click the button to adjust the white balance Using the SNC audio upload tool stored in the supplied instantly. Slow shutter and You can set the color condition. When this option is selected. Selectable gain values are from 0 to 255. click OK. etc. In this case. Reset camera menu Click Reset. outdoors. no Outdoor: Adjusts the white balance for shooting audio is output when you use the Java applet viewer. G. Backlight compensation You can set On or Off for backlight compensation. exposure.726 (32kbps). Shutter priority: The camera performs the gain adjustment and iris adjustment automatically and you can select the shutter speed. When this option is selected. Shutter speed. the shutter speed is fixed. When this option is selected. of the Backlight compensation become active. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. (1/60 sec. Set the following items as required. Select the exposure mode of the camera. The setting items required for the selected mode become active. and the message “Camera menu setting is Exposure mode reset to default. Iris becomes active. R gain and B gain become active. 2000 K to 10000 K) Select Enable to output the audio from the speaker. according to the selected exposure mode. When this option is selected. G.711(64kbps). Manual: You can set the exposure manually.711 (64kbps). To reset to Administrating the Camera default. Iris and Gain become active.726 Auto: Automatically adjusts the color to be closest to (16kbps) can be selected. the image you are viewing. Full auto: The camera performs the gain adjustment and iris adjustment automatically. camera. Exposure compensation The exposure compensation function adjusts the brightness of the image by compensating the exposure.726 (24kbps) or G. (about 3200 K) If the bit rate is set to other than G. (approximately 3000 K to 7500 K) Note Indoor: Adjusts the white balance for shooting indoors under an incandescent lamp. CD-ROM. Audio codec White balance Select the bit rate when you send the audio from the m Select the white balance mode. for PAL). you can output the audio that is input to the ATW: Makes the subject lighter and automatically computer’s audio input terminal from the speaker adjusts to re-create the original color. Selectable values are as follows: 40 Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu . (approximately connected to the line output jack of the camera. Shutter speed becomes active. Iris priority: The camera performs the gain adjustment and shutter speed adjustment automatically. you can select the exposure compensation values. When you select On. Are you sure?” is displayed. (about 5800 K) One push WB: The One push trigger button becomes Audio upload active. Manual: When this option is selected.726 (40kbps). When you select On. the backlight compensation function starts to work. G. G. for NTSC or 1/50 Picture Tab sec.

F4. 1/500. 1/6000. +24. 1 (sec. 1/100.25. The day/night mode is not switched to night mode Selecting +3 provides the image with the highest automatically when Exposure mode is set to Shutter contrast.0. When On is selected. custom settings. +1. -0. 1 (sec. Iris priority or Manual in the Picture tab. 1/30. 1/3. F9.6 Use this tab to set the day/night function of the camera.4. +0.0.50. +22.25. Load: Click to load the saved settings. Day/Night Tab F8. and it is darker when a smaller value is selected. F4. +28 (dB) Brightness Fine adjust the brightness for the exposure set in the exposure mode. -1. 1/1750. exposure setting including the long time exposure is set to adjust to the brightness of the scene. Selectable values of the gain are as follows: -3. 1/1000. It is brighter when a larger value is selected. +12.50.0. F2. -0.6.75. +0. 1/250. 1/8. F1. SNC-RZ50P: 1/10000. 1/4. click OK. 1/125. Save: Click to save the present settings of the Picture 1/2. +6. Gain Select the gain from the drop-down list. 1/3000. 1/215.75 (EV) The Brightness. 1/3500. +2. +20. 1/600. the auto effective for the video output. saturation and contrast settings are Slow shutter effective for the images from a computer. settings. or you can load the settings saved in the down list.0.8. 0. F14. F16.8. Selectable values of the shutter speed are as follows: This function is useful when you temporarily change the settings for the image or reset them to the previous SNC-RZ50N: 1/10000. +14. camera.25. When you select Manual. +1. 1/350. F3. Administrating the Camera Iris Select the iris from the drop-down list. F11. 1/4000. -1. automatically to night mode in a dark place. On and Off become active. from –3 to +3. Manual: Switch the day/night mode manually. Saturation Select the saturation in 7 steps. 1/425. 1/90. A value from –5 to +5 can be set. 1/6000. from –3 to +3. from –3 to +3. To use them.0. 1/15. Disable: Always works in day mode. 1/6.00. priority. F22. Selectable values of the iris are as follows: Close.0.75. 0.) tab. 1/2500. Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu 41 .25. F6.50. +1. +16. F28. +18. 1/12. 1/1000. 1/1250. 1/300. 1/60. -0. 1/180. 1/150. 1/100. +1. Selecting +3 provides the image with the highest Auto: Normally works in day mode.0. It switches sharpness.-1. 1/1500. F5. Day/Night mode Sharpness Select the day/night mode from among five modes.6.8. 1/75. F19. 1/2000.) OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31.0. Selecting +3 provides the image with the highest saturation. +8. Select the sharpness in 7 steps. F2. They are not Set the slow shutter. User preset Shutter speed You can save the present settings in the camera as Select the shutter speed of the camera from the drop.50. +4. -1. F2. +10.0.75. Note +0. Contrast Note Select the contrast in 7 steps.4. 1/725. 1/25. 1/120.00. 1/2. +26. 1/50.

384 × 288. (“Setting the Schedule — Dual codec: The camera supports both JPEG and Schedule Menu” on page 82) MPEG4 video codecs simultaneously.264. When you select On.264 setting as required. or Off. 640 × 480 (VGA). the camera works in night Mode mode. 160 × 120 While a sensor input is detected. Select the operation mode of the camera. Set the active items in JPEG setting. mode: Sensor input 1 or Sensor input 2. 42 Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu . you can crop a portion of the image and display the cropped Use this tab to set the items for the video codec. Cropping Video codec Tab When the image size is set to 640 × 480 (VGA). 3 Click on the still image to specify the trimming portion. It switches to night mode at the time that you have you Single codec: Select one video codec from among set in the Schedule menu. 320 × 240 (QVGA). the camera works in (QQVGA) night mode. Image size You can select the image size to be sent from the camera. JPEG.264 setting Set the details of the video codecs. 320 × 240 (QVGA). you can crop a portion of the image and display the cropped image on the computer. MPEG4 and H. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. select the priority codec from JPEG or MPEG4. Timer: Normally the camera works in day mode. When you select this option. Sensor input: Controls the day/night mode by 384 × 288. it works in day mode. When you select Off. The camera supports the Click Schedule and the setting menu for the effective selected video codec. image on the computer. When 640 × 480 (VGA) is selected and Cropping is set OK/Cancel to On. Administrating the Camera SNC-RZ50N: 704 × 480 (4CIF). Cropping reduces the transmitting data size and thus the network load. and a higher frame rate is achieved. Cropping becomes active. period is displayed. 2 Set Cropping to On and click the Area setting button. Select the (QQVGA) sensor input with which you want to synchronize the SNC-RZ50P: 704 × 576 (4CIF). The area setting window appears. MPEG4 setting or H. To crop an image 1 Set the Image size to 640 × 480 (VGA). Selectable items become active according to the Mode setting. Select On to crop the image. 160 × 120 synchronizing it with the sensor input. Note Object detection (page 84) operates for an image in the image size that is not cropped even if Cropping is set to On. 640 × 480 (VGA). JPEG setting/MPEG4 setting/H.

the shooting scene. 3. and the settings. 1536 indicates the trimming portion. 768. due to the limitation in output from the camera. 5. 2048 Point rotated by 180° around the (kbps) axis of the center of the still image Still image Adaptive rate control (for MPEG4 and H. 4. 25 (fps) frame rate is set to 25 fps or higher. • When H. 0. 384. 256. 128. 512.7.9. 3.0. 8.8. or 384 × 288 in MPEG4 setting. 384. 704 × 480 (4CIF) (704 × 576 (4CIF) for the SNC- SNC-RZ50N: 1. the frame corner. Frame rate and Bit rate. the MPEG4 or H. 0. the frame rate may be decreased when the bit rate is more than 512 kbps “fps” is a unit indicating the number of frames (256 kbps for 4CIF) or while the object detection transmitted per second. 6. Unlimited Note Audio may be interrupted depending on the selected bandwidth. or the To change the trimming portion. 264 image transmission for a line. A red frame that appears when you clicked H. 5. or 384 × 288 and the SNC-RZ50P: 1. 8.264 only) This function adjusts the frame rate and the bit rate automatically so that the camera plays back a smooth image to suit the connected computer environment. 4. In that case.264: 32. 1. 640 × 480 Selectable values are from Level 1 to Level 10. (VGA). 2. • When MPEG4 is selected. Use the following table as a guide for 0. 64. 0. or 384 × 288. 20. 4. 256. 1024. 0. (704 × 576 (4CIF) for the SNC-RZ50P). 1536. • When the camera operation mode is set to Dual codec Image quality (for JPEG only) and the image size is set to 704 × 480 (4CIF) Set the quality of JPEG image. Bit rate (for MPEG4 and H. 2. 704 × 480 (4CIF) (704 × 576 (4CIF) for the SNC- 5 To close the image. 16. the image size is set to Selectable values of the frame rates are as follows.0. Selectable values are as follows: Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu 43 . 768. Selectable bandwidths are as the capacity to manage two video codecs follows: simultaneously.0 (Mbps). 2.264 only) Set the bit rate of MPEG4 or H. the When Level 10 is selected. rate used by the camera to transmit the image will be as follows: SNC-RZ50N: 10 fps or less Frame rate SNC-RZ50P: 8 fps or less Set the frame rate of the image. (kbps) The trimming portion is determined as shown below: MPEG4: 64.0. click on another network condition. • When Adaptive rate control is set to On. 640 × 480 (VGA). click in the upper-right RZ50P). 3. If On is selected.5. 20. 30 (fps) RZ50P). • When the camera operation mode is set to Dual codec. the maximum transmission rate will be the values set in 4 Click OK at the bottom of the window. 12. 10. function is operating. the best image quality is maximum frame rate at which the camera can transmit achieved. 512. 6.264 image rate is automatically adjusted. Notes Red trimming Center of the Clicked point • The actual frame rate and bit rate may be different frame still image according to the image size. point on the image.264 is selected and the image size is set to Administrating the Camera The cropped image is displayed on the main viewer. 1024. data will be 20 fps. 25. select a wider bandwidth. 640 × 480 (VGA). Bandwidth control (for JPEG only) the actual values set in MPEG4 setting and JPEG Limits the network bandwidth for the JPEG image data setting may not be obtained. 128.6. 15.

OK/Cancel Audio port number See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Specify an buffer in the Alarm sending tab of the FTP client even number from 1024 to 65534.264 video data. It is initially set to 50000.264 is selected.264 is selected. Select On to allow and Off not to allow multicast sending. It reduces the transmission load on the camera by making the computer of the same segment network receive the same transmitting data. JPEG MPEG4 4CIF/VGA/ 15 fps 4CIF/VGA/ 15 fps 384 × 288 384 × 288 4CIF/VGA/ 20 fps 4CIF/VGA/ 10 fps 384 × 288 384 × 288 4CIF/VGA/ 10 fps QVGA 30 fps 384 × 288 VGA/384 × 288 15 fps QVGA 20 fps 4CIF 15 fps QVGA 15 fps QVGA 30 fps QVGA 30 fps SNC-RZ50P JPEG MPEG4 4CIF/VGA/ 12 fps 4CIF/VGA/ 12 fps 384 × 288 384 × 288 4CIF/VGA/ 16 fps 4CIF/VGA/ 8 fps 384 × 288 384 × 288 Administrating the Camera 4CIF/VGA/ 8 fps QVGA 25 fps Unicast streaming 384 × 288 VGA/384 × 288 12 fps QVGA 16 fps Specify the transmission port numbers of the MPEG4/ H. 44 Setting the Camera Image and Audio — Camera Menu . Multicast streaming Set whether the camera uses multicast streaming for MPEG4/H. Specify the transmission port number of the MPEG4/ • When H. It is initially set to 50002. you cannot select Use alarm H.264 video data and audio data to be used when UDP 4CIF 12 fps QVGA 12 fps (Unicast) is selected with in the main viewer. Note Specify different numbers for the video port number and the audio port number. Two port numbers (the number specified here and an odd number with 1 added to the specified number) are actually used for audio data communication and control. Specify an even number from 1024 to 65534. added to the specified number) are actually used for video data communication and control. Two port numbers menu and in the Alarm recording tab of the Image (the number specified here and an odd number with 1 memory menu. Capacity to manage two video codecs simultaneously Streaming Tab SNC-RZ50N Use this tab to set the items for the transmission by unicast or multicast. Specify the transmission port number of the audio data.264 video data and audio data or not. QVGA 25 fps QVGA 25 fps • The object detection function does not operate when Video port number H.

initially set to 60000. IP address Configure the IP address. Note Specify different numbers for the video port number and the audio port number. Specify This section provides the menus for connecting the an even number from 1024 to 65534. the IP address is assigned automatically. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Two port numbers camera through the network cable. Audio port number Specify the audio transmission port number used for the Network Tab Multicast streaming. (the number specified here and an odd number with 1 Administrating the Camera added to the specified number) are actually used for audio data communication and control. 1024 to 65534. function.264 camera and the computer. Video port number and Audio port number properly. Configuring the Network — Network Menu 45 . Two port numbers (the number specified here and an odd number with 1 added to the specified Note number) are actually used for video data communication The model on sale in China does not support the SSL and control. the Network menu appears. When you click in the Administrator menu. With this setting. Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP): Select this option when a DHCP server is installed on the network to allow IP address assignment. Subnet mask and Default gateway manually. MAC address Displays the MAC address of the camera.When you select On. It is The Network menu consists of four tabs: Network. video data used for the Multicast streaming. With this setting. Use the following IP address: Select this option when you set a fixed IP address. It is initially set to 60002. specify the IP address. set Multicast address. Specify an even number from Wireless. Video port number Use this menu to configure the network to connect the Specify transmission port number of the MPEG4/H. Configuring the Network Multicast address — Network Menu Type the multicast address used on the Multicast streaming. Dynamic IP address notification and SSL.

contact your authorized Sony to the DHCP server. make sure that a DHCP server is PC card slot of the camera. if When you use the PC card slot. IP address HTTP port number Type the IP address of the camera. use with the Compact necessary. Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP) is selected in the Network tab. With this setting. specify the addresses See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Before setting. Flash Type II-PCMCIA converting adaptor which is commercially available. Type the IP address of the secondary DNS server. name is set. turn off the power of the camera. Host name Verified wireless cards Type the host name of the camera to be transmitted to the • Optional Sony Wireless Card SNCA-CFW1 and DHCP server. If you want to use a port number other than 80. For details. connecting to the wireless network. other than 80 in the Network menu or in the IP Setup Program. and set the items for operating on the network. insert the optional Sony Secondary DNS server wireless card SNCA-CFW1 or SNCA-CFW5* in it. select the text box and type a port number Subnet mask between 1024 and 65535. make sure that a DHCP server is operating on (Fully Qualified Domain Suffix) information when Host the network. This setting is valid only when dealer. read the operation manual and Primary DNS server installation manual supplied with the wireless card Type the IP address of the primary DNS server. Normally select 80. Example: when the HTTP port number is set to 8000 Obtain DNS server address automatically: Select this option to obtain the IP address of DNS server automatically. Use the following DNS server address: Select this OK/Cancel when you set a fixed address as the IP address of the DNS server. together with this guide. Note Note When you select Obtain an IP address automatically The domain suffix is sent to the DHCP server as FQDN (DHCP). Wireless Tab — Setting of wireless Note connection When you select Obtain DNS server address Insert the specified wireless card into the CF card slot or automatically. This setting is valid only when Obtain an SNCA-CFW5* IP address automatically (DHCP) is selected in the • A commercially available CompactFlash type II- Network tab. 46 Configuring the Network — Network Menu . Note Default gateway When you have set the HTTP port number to a number Type the default gateway. on Primary DNS server and Secondary DNS server manually. It can be set only when Obtain an IP Administrating the Camera address automatically (DHCP) is selected in the Network tab. PCMCIA adapter Domain suffix * SNCA-CFW5 is not available in some countries and Type the domain suffix of the camera to be transmitted areas. Notes • Before removing the wireless card from the camera. When you use the CF card slot. access the camera again by typing the IP DNS server address of the camera on your Web browser as follows: Configure the DNS server address. Type the subnet mask.

specify Note the IP address. card is in use. Configuring the Network — Network Menu 47 . Note When you select Obtain DNS server address automatically. make sure that a DHCP server is operating on the network. Default gateway Type the default gateway. make sure that a DHCP server is operating on the network. transmitted to the DHCP server. When you select Obtain an IP address automatically Type (DHCP). With this setting. This setting is network to allow IP address assignment. Primary DNS server Type the IP address of the primary DNS server. Select the network connection type. the second card is Subnet mask invalid. specify the addresses on Primary DNS server and Secondary Administrating the Camera DNS server manually. This setting is valid only when Obtain an IP address automatically IP address (DHCP) is selected in the Wireless tab. “00:00:00:00:00:00” is Type the wireless network host name of the camera to be displayed. if the camera is turned on with two cards Type the subnet mask. With this setting. Use the following IP address: Select this option when you set a fixed IP address. With this valid only when Obtain an IP address automatically setting. Subnet mask and Default gateway manually. DNS server Configure the DNS server address. Domain suffix Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP): Select Type the wireless network domain suffix of the camera this option when a DHCP server is installed on the to be transmitted to the DHCP server. • If two wireless cards are inserted. Host name If a wireless card is not inserted. inserted. Obtain DNS server address automatically: Select this option to obtain the address of DNS server automatically. Displays the MAC address of the wireless card inserted to the CF card slot or PC card slot. It can be set only when Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP) is selected in the Wireless tab. Configure the IP address for a wireless network.• The throughput of the data transmission/reception via IP address the network cable may decrease when the wireless Type the IP address of the camera. only the wireless card inserted in the CF card slot is valid. The domain suffix is sent to the DHCP server as FQDN (Fully Qualified Domain Suffix) information when Host Note name is set. if MAC address necessary. (DHCP) is selected in the Wireless tab. Also. Secondary DNS server Type the IP address of the secondary DNS server. the IP address is assigned automatically. Use the following DNS server address: Select this option when you set a fixed address as the IP address of DNS server.

In ASCII.1X. type 5 characters for a 40-bit key. click OK at the bottom of the window. • When you set Security to WPA or WPA2 and change Use WEP key automatically generated Infrastructure mode to Ad hoc mode. Diversity: Select this when you perform both short. Notes WPA2: Select this option when WPA2 security method is used. you need communications using the antenna built in the to configure the 802. This section SNCA-AN1 is selected on the transmitting side and an is active when Use WEP key automatically generated antenna is selected automatically on the receiving side. Type and select the WEP key information. Then the (optional). be sure to change the factory setting. key. computer via an access point or a wireless router. A 104-bit WEP key has a higher security level than a 40-bit Configure the security for a wireless network. You can type the WEP key either in hexadecimal None: Select this option when no security is set. In hexadecimal. or the SNCA-AN1 wireless LAN antenna 802. WPA: Select this option when WPA (Wi-Fi Protected Access) security method is used. or 26 characters for a 104-bit key. type 10 characters This setting is not recommended for reasons of for a 40-bit key. or WPA or WPA2 Set up this item when WEP is selected on Security.1X settings. specify a wireless channel. access using up to 32 ASCII characters (alphanumeric). the WEP key should be the same as that of the access 48 Configuring the Network — Network Menu . The antenna that has higher sensitivity When you click 802.1X Authentication Function — External: Select this when you perform long-range 802. you need Select one of the following antenna settings when you to enable the 802. allowing you to configure the 802. or 13 characters for a 104-bit key. is not selected.1X (wireless) function.1X (wireless) function. For your security. numbers (0 to 9 and A to F) or ASCII characters (alphanumeric).1X settings. generated WEP key. on Security. Security Checking this box allows you to use an automatically setting is automatically changed to None. communications using the SNCA-AN1 wireless LAN antenna connected to the wireless card. 802. Antenna To use the automatically generated WEP key. SSID Type the ID to identify the wireless network you want to 1 Select one of the WEP key numbers.1X function is enabled. • The setting of the HTTP port number is common to the setting in the Network tab. is selected automatically.1X function. appropriately. This setting is suitable for short-range setting. For details on the 802. (optional). the 802. Up to 4 WEP keys can be set in the following manner. such as certificate wireless card. you cannot select Use WEP key WEP automatically generated of WEP. After checking use the SNCA-CFW1 or SNCA-CFW5 wireless card this box.1X range and long-range communications using the This button is active when Use WEP key automatically SNCA-AN1 wireless LAN antenna connected to the generated is selected. and omnidirectional communications.1X Menu” on page 55. Ad hoc mode: Select this when connecting to a Caution computer directly. Security The length of a WEP key is 40 or 104 bit. Note WEP key When you are using SNCA-CFW5 and select Diversity. protecting your computer from harm. • With Ad hoc mode. see “Using the 802. Uncheck the box when you enter a WEP key manually. When Type is set to Infrastructure mode. Administrating the Camera Note Internal: Select this when you perform For correct operation of the 802. WEP: Select this option when WEP (Wired Equivalent Infrastructure mode: Select this when connecting to a Privacy) security method is used.1X menu appears. 2 Type the same information in the WEP key and Retype WEP key text boxes. wireless card. With this setting.

see “Using the 802. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. When Type is set to Ad hoc mode.1X settings. POP before SMTP: Select when POP before SMTP authentication is required. you typed in the Passphrase box. make sure to select either or both SMTP or/and POP before SMTP. the 802. and AES for WPA2. User name and Password as required. Configuring the Network — Network Menu 49 . Authentication Type 8 to 63 ASCII characters (alphanumeric). completed. mail. Select one of the authentication methods from the following and specify the POP server OK/Cancel name. This unit supports TKIP for WPA. Passphrase setting is required. retype the passphrase that mail is sent. For details on the 802. such as certificate setting. 802. Then the 802. Set a passphrase when PSK is selected on Authentication. SMTP server name Type the name or IP address of the SMTP server for Passphrase sending an e-mail. When this option is selected. Re-type passphrase Off: Select if no authentication is required when an e- To confirm the passphrase. EAP: Select for EAP authentication. Note When you set Authentication to On.1X e-Mail (SMTP) notification This button is active when EAP is selected on Select On to send an e-mail when the DHCP setting is Authentication. After selecting EAP. click OK at the bottom of the window.1X function. enabling the 802. you need to configure the 802.1X function is required. On: Select if authentication is required when an e-mail is sent. Authentication Select the authentication method. appropriately.1X (wireless) function is enabled.1X menu appears. or up to Select the authentication required when you send an e- 64 hexadecimal digits (0 to 9 and A to F). using the SMTP or HTTP protocol. allowing you to configure the 802.1X (wireless) function. using up to 64 characters.1X Menu” on page 55. point. Administrating the Camera Note For correct operation of the 802.1X settings.1X Authentication Function — 802. PSK: Select for PSK authentication.1X. WPA and WPA2 use TKIP and AES encryption systems. SMTP: Select when SMTP authentication is required. Tab — Notifying the IP Address When Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP) is WPA/WPA2 selected in the Network tab or Wireless tab. When you click 802. When this option is selected. the WEP key should be the same as that of the Dynamic IP address notification communication client. you can Set up this item when WPA or WPA2 is selected on send notification of completion of the network settings Security.

Password Type the user name and password of the user who owns the mail account using up to 64 characters. address. you do not need to input this value. <MODELNAME> Use this tag to embed the camera's model name in the URL text or parameter. Using this whose IP address was acquired by DHCP. <HTTPPORT> using the special tags mentioned below. example. Authentication. (A line break is equivalent to 2 characters. Set a port number between 1024 and 65535. Recipient e-mail address Type the recipient e-mail address using up to 64 Method characters. Type the text of the e-mail using up to 384 characters. to view the access log stored in the HTTP server or start an external CGI program. If you want to use the established port number 80. you can configure a useful system. such as an IP address. 64 characters. ip_address: Type the IP address or host name of the host to which you want to connect. Administrating the Camera Type the e-mail address of the camera administrator using up to 64 characters. 50 Configuring the Network — Network Menu .) You can describe the information of the acquired IP address. Or type the IP address of the POP server. This is used as the reply About the special tags address or the address for a system mail from the mail You can use the following five special tags to allow server. This setting Proxy port number is necessary when the SMTP server that sends e-mails Specify the port number when you send HTTP requests performs authentication. characters. You can use the special tags mentioned below for the Type the POP (receiving mail) server name using up to parameters. <IP> Message Use this tag to embed the IP address acquired by DHCP in the text or parameter. using up to 64 characters. etc. the name or IP address of the proxy server. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server that Proxy server name sends e-mails performs authentication using the POP When you send HTTP requests via a proxy server. POP server name path: Type the command. OK/Cancel Administrator e-mail address See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Specify the URL to send HTTP requests. [:port]: Specify the port number to which you want to connect. The URL is normally written as follows: <SERIAL> Use this tag to embed the camera's serial number in the text or parameter. via the proxy server. Use this tag to embed the specified HTTP server port number in the text or parameters. HTTP notification <MACADDRESS> Select On to output a command to the HTTP server Use this tag to embed the MAC address of the interface when the DHCP setting is completed. for parameter. It is necessary when POP before SMTP is selected for parameter: Type the command parameter if necessary. type user account. using up to 256 characters. notification of the settings acquired by DHCP. You can specify only one recipient e-mail Select the HTTP method GET or POST. in the text or function. User name. Type the tags in the parameter section of the Subject URL that you described in the Message field of the Type the subject/title of the e-mail using up to 64 HTTP.

When you use SSL connection for the first time
SSL Tab — Setting the SSL function When you use SSL connection only with the SSL
You can make settings about the SSL function. The function On, you cannot access the camera if the SSL
settings make SSL communication possible between function does not work properly.
client equipment and the camera. In this case, you must reset the camera to the factory
settings. (All settings will be initialized.)
Note
To avoid this, check that SSL connection is possible by
The model on sale in China does not support the SSL following the steps.
function.
1 Set the SSL function to On, and select Allow
HTTP connection for some clients.

2 Click OK to close the main viewer and the setting
window.

3 Display the main viewer in SSL connection.
Refer to “Using the SSL function” on page 15 for
connection.

4 After checking that SSL connection is possible,
cancel Allow HTTP connection for some clients
selected in step 1.

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Even if the setting window or the browser is closed as
SSL connection is impossible, http connection is
possible as Allow HTTP connection for some clients is
selected. First check the setting contents of SSL tab in
http connection, then check the SSL connection again.

When Allow HTTP connection for some clients is not
selected, you will not be able to access the camera if SSL
connection becomes impossible. In this case, turn on the
power of the main unit while pressing the reset switch on
the camera so as to initialize. For details, refer to the
supplied Installation Manual.
SSL function Note
On: Select this to use the SSL function. When Allow
As SSL connection becomes load for the camera, all
HTTP connection for some clients is selected. Both
images may not be downloaded and mark may
HTTP and SSL connections are allowed. When
appear when the camera accesses the setting window
Allow HTTP connection for some clients is not
from the browser. In this case, reload the window. Press
selected, only SSL connection is allowed.
F5 key on the keyboard to reload.
When Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver.6.0 is used
When SSL session is established, appears in the Certificate options
status bar on your web browser. Select an installation mode of the certificate.

When Microsoft Internet Explorer Ver.7.0 is used Use an external certificate: Uses the certificate
When SSL session is more or less established, including the private key information issued by a
appears in the right of the address bar on your web CA. The PKCS#12 and PEM formats are supported.
browser. Use the CSR issued from the camera: Use CSR
corresponding to the private key information that is
Off: Select this not to use the SSL function. Only HTTP stored in the tamper-resistant chip built in the
connection is allowed with the camera. camera. Only the PEM format is supported in this
mode.
To use this mode, first obtain the certificate from the
CA by performing “Export certificate request” on
page 53.

Configuring the Network — Network Menu 51

Status
Note
Shows if the status of the certificate is valid or invalid.
Even if the SSL function is set to On, it is not active There are the following statuses.
in the following cases:
–When Use an external certificate is selected in Valid: The certificate is correctly stored and set.
“Certificate options,” and also when the certificate Invalid: The certificate is not correctly stored and set.
and the private key password are not set properly. Possible causes of Invalid are the following:
–When Use the CSR issued from the camera is –When Use an external certificate is selected and
selected in “Certification options,” and also the the private key password included in the certificate
certificate is not set properly. is not specified correctly.
–When Use an external certificate is selected and
Use the camera’s built-in certificate (For test use): the private key password is specified in spite of the
Uses the certificate that is stored in the tamper- fact that the key pair in the certificate is not
resistant chip built in the camera. The private key encrypted.
information corresponding to the certificate is also –When Use an external certificate is selected and
stored in the tamper-resistant chip. the key pair is not included in the certificate.
You do not need to install an external certificate. –When Use the CSR issued from the camera is
However, you cannot execute the existence proof that selected and the certificate issued corresponding to
is one of the SSL functions for the following reasons. Export certificate request is not imported in the
• A prepared value is set for a distinguished name camera.
(Common name and so on).
• The certificate is not issued by a trusted CA.
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Note
For reasons of security, we recommend using this
When the certificate to be imported is of PKCS#12
mode only when there is no problem even if perfect
format and the private key password is not set correctly,
security is not saved.
<Put correct private key password> is displayed in the
Notes boxes of Issuer DN, Subject DN, Validity Period and
Extended Key Usage. Specify the correct private key
• When Use the camera’s built-in certificate is
password to confirm the information of the certificate.
selected, Security Alert dialog appears on the SSL
connection with a browser.
For details, refer to “Using the SSL function” To delete the certificate
(page 15). Click Delete, and the certificate stored in the camera
• SSL connection may be impossible due to the type of will be deleted.
the certificate installed in the camera. In this case,
refer to “How to install the CA certificate” on page 53 Private key password
and install it. Type the password for the private key information
included in the certificate using up to 50 characters. This
Certificates text box is active only when Certificate options is set to
Import, display or delete the certificate. Use an external certificate.
Leave the text box blank if the private key information
included in the certificate is not encrypted.
To import the certificate
If no private key password is set in the camera, an active
Click Browse... to select the certificate to be imported.
text field is displayed and this allows a password to be
Then click Submit, and the selected file will be
entered.
imported to the camera.
If a private key password is already set, it is displayed as
Note an inactive text field.
The import process becomes invalid if the selected file is
not a certificate or the imported certificate is not Reset
allowed. To change the private key password, click this button.
The current password is cleared and the password text
box becomes active to allow a new password entry.
To display information of the certificate
When the certificate has been saved in the camera Note
correctly, its information appears on Status, Issuer DN,
Click at the bottom of the menu if you want
Subject DN, Validity Period and Extended Key
to cancel changing the private key password after
Usage.
clicking Reset. Doing so restores the other setting items
in the Client certificate tab to the previous settings.

52 Configuring the Network — Network Menu

Export certificate request How to install the CA certificate
Exports the certificate request according to the key pair
built in the camera. The camera may not be connected because the browser
To export, enter the items required for the certificate (Internet Explorer) does not display whether the
request and click Export. certificate will be accepted or not due to the type of the
Exporting is possible when Certificate options is set to certificate. In this case, install the CA certificate as
Use the CRS issued from the camera. follows.

Note
1 Save in the PC the certificate of CA which has
signed the certificate to be installed in the camera.
If you click Export when all the setting items in Export The extension of the certificate file is normally
certificate request are blank, you can export the “.cer.” Double-click this file, then the following
certificate request with “localhost” specified in Certificate dialog appears.
Common name.

Country name: Select the country name from the drop-
down list.
State or Province name: Type the state or province
name using up to 128 alphanumeric characters and
symbols.
Locality name: Type the locality name using up to 128

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alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Organization name: Type the organization name using
up to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Organization unit name: Type the organization unit
name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters and
symbols.
Common name: Type the organization name using up
to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols.
Email address: Type the e-mail address using up to 64
alphanumeric characters and symbols.

Notes
• / (slash), = (equal sign) and , (comma) cannot be used
as symbols.
• The total number of characters in State or Province
name, Locality name, Organization name, 2 Click Installation Certificate....
Organization unit name, Common name and Email Certificate Import Wizard appears.
address should be as follows:
When Country name is selected: 218 characters or
less
When Country name is not selected: 220 characters
or less

OK/Cancel
See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31.
Note
When you click OK after changing SSL setting, close
once the main viewer and the setting window.

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1 Open Run. the installation condition and remove it following the steps below. (when Windows XP Professional is used) Add/Remove Snap-in. 3 Click Add to display Add Stand-alone Snap-in dialog. 4 Select Automatically selects the certificate store based on the type of the certificate and click Next. The CA certificate is usually stored in Trusted Root Certification Authorities... by the steps above due to the type of certificate. then enter mmc and click OK. Do you want to delete the certificates? dialog appears to confirm. 2 Select File in the Console 1 window and Add/ Remove Snap-in. Certificates dialog appears. then click Finish.. click in the order corresponding to Tools. 3 Click Remove. The certificate will be removed. To remove the CA certificate which has been installed 1 In Internet Explorer. 4 Click Yes.. dialog appears. of the Windows menu. 54 Configuring the Network — Network Menu . Content tab and Certificates. Internet options. 3 Click Next. 2 Select the certificate you want to remove.. There may be a case that a certificate cannot be removed 5 Check the contents.. Completing the Certificate Import Wizard Administrating the Camera appears. Note You need to log in as Administrator to perform these steps. Check The CA certificate will be installed.

To establish an 802. access point. Authentication Function Certificate Snap-in is displayed. the 802.1X authentication (WPA and WPA2) and digital certificate. System configuration of 802. This camera serves as a supplicant in the 802. then click Add..1X standard. authentication server and other elements.1X menu consists of three tabs: Common.. Professional only) and Add/Remove Snap-in.1X Authentication Function — 802.1X Menu 5 Select Computer account as the certificate administrated in this Snap-in. you need Confirm the relevant certificate. Supplicant (camera) Authenticator (hub. When you click in the Administrator menu. — 802. For Administrating the Camera details on these settings. refer to the manual of the corresponding equipment.1X network The following figure shows a general system configuration of an 802. then remove it.1X menu appears. The Using the 802. Using the 802. router or access point) Authentication server + CA Supplicant A supplicant is a device that connects to the authentication server to join the network. 7 Close Add Standalone Snap-in (for Windows XP The 802. then click Next. The items for administrating Certificates appears Note in the Console Route window.1X network. knowledge of the 802. then click Finish.1X network.1X network.1X Menu 55 . To use the 802. based authentication in compliance with the 802. 6 Select Local Computer as the computer Use this menu to configure the wired or wireless port- administrated in this Snap-in. dialogs.1X authentication function.1X 4 Select Certificates from the list. You need to follow this step if using Windows XP Professional. you need to configure the authenticator. Client certificate and CA certificate.

Administrating the Camera Note EAP method This camera supports only the EAP-TLS mode in which Shows the authentication method used with the the supplicant and the server authenticate each other authentication server. It is fixed as this camera supports using the certificate.1X authentication server.1X Authentication server authentication function for wired ports. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. see “Security” on page 48. Common Tab – Basic setting of 802.1X authentication function for wireless 56 Using the 802.1X authentication function Client certificate Tab You can import a client certificate to the camera or export a certificate request.1X Authentication Function — 802. supplicant can enter the 802. 802.1X authentication function This item is used for enabling/disabling the 802. A CA issues and manages certificates of the Click Refresh to update the status. It is also called RADIUS server. Note To use the 802. Authenticator Wired interface An authenticator forwards certificate request data or To activate the 802. router or access point serves as an authenticator. select On. Normally a hub. Normally a CA is located inside an Type the user name to identify the client in the 802.1X network after the networks.1X authentication function for wired response data that the supplicant or authentication server ports. This mode requires a CA that issues only the TLS method. Wireless interface status Shows the authentication status of the 802. The wired interface status and the wireless interface status can also be checked here. The CA is essential for certificate-based EAP identity user authentication. For details. issues to the other party. authentication server using 3 to 253 characters. An authentication server has a database of connecting Click Refresh to update the status. users and verifies if the supplicant is a correct user or not. authentication server (CA certificates) and user certificates. set up Security in the Wireless tab of the appropriate authentication by the authentication server. the certificate.1X CA (Certificate Authority) authentication funciton for wireless networks.1X authentication function for wired ports.1X Menu . Network menu. Wired interface status Shows the authentication status of the 802.

To export. camera will be deleted. Click Browse… to select the client certificate to be Leave the text box blank if the private key information imported. The import process becomes invalid if the selected file is not a client certificate or the imported client certificate is Reset not allowed. Type the password for the private key information included in the client certificate using up to 50 characters. The PKCS#12 and PEM formats are supported. chip built in the camera. Administrating the Camera Client certificate request Private key password Import. corresponding to Export certificate request is not imported in the camera. Validity Period and Extended Key to cancel changing the private key password after Usage. The current password is cleared and the password text To display the information of the client box is active to allow a new password entry. Subject DN. certificate is not specified correctly – When Use a key pair from a CA is selected and the private key password is specified in spite of the Using the 802. This mode is safety because Validity Period and Extended Key Usage. the certificate. enter the items required for the certificate Possible causes of Invalid are the following: request and click Export. Use a key pair from a CA: Uses the certificate including the private key information issued by a Note CA. – When Use a key pair from a CA is selected and Exporting is possible when TLS mode is set to Use the the private key password included in the client camera’s built-in key pair. stored and set. Doing so restores the other setting items in the Client certificate tab to the previous settings. certificate When the client certificate has been saved in the camera Note correctly. consisting of a key pair for the client certificate to store – When Use the camera’s built-in key pair is in the camera. Click at the bottom of the menu if you want Subject DN. its information appears on Status. Only the PEM format is supported in this mode. encrypted. Issuer DN.1X Menu 57 . Exports the certificate request according to the key pair Invalid means the client certificate is not correctly built in the camera. it is displayed Note with turned letters. To use this mode. Valid means the client certificate is correctly stored Export certificate request and set. display or delete the client certificate. and the client certificate stored in the page 57. Specify the the private key information is not carried out at the correct private key password to confirm the information time of issuing the certificate request or importing of the certificate. This text box is active only when TLS mode To import the client certificate is set to Use a key pair from a CA. It requires private key information the key pair is not included in the client certificate. “<Put correct private key password>” is key information that is stored in the tamper-resistant displayed in the boxes of Issuer DN. click this button. and the selected file will be If no private key password is set in the camera.1X Authentication Function — 802. clicking Reset. When the client certificate to be imported is of PKCS#12 format and the private key password is not set Use the camera’s built-in key pair: Uses the private correctly. Then click Submit.TLS mode fact that the key pair in the client certificate is not Select the TLS mode. The TLS mode allows two modes selected and the client certificate issued according to the acquirer of the key pair. Status: Shows if the status of the client certificate is valid or invalid. first obtain the certificate from the To delete the client certificate CA by performing Export certificate request on Click Delete. To change the private key password. included in the client certificate is not encrypted. the text imported to the camera. If a private key password is already set. The EAP-TLS authentication performs certificate-based – When Use a key pair from a CA is selected and authentication. box is active to allow entering of a password.

Email address: Type the e-mail address using up to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols. Note CA certificate Tab If you click Export when all the setting items in Export You can import a trusted CA certificate (server certificate request are blank. = (equal sign) and . its information appears on Issuer DN. Organization unit name: Type the organization unit name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols. Administrating the Camera Notes • / (slash). State or Province name: Type the state or province name using up to 128 alphanumeric characters and symbols. OK/Cancel Note See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. To delete the CA certificate Click Delete. certificates from trusted CAs can be imported to the camera. Locality name: Type the locality name using up to 128 alphanumeric characters and symbols. • The total number of characters in State or Province name. Import process becomes invalid if the selected file is not a CA certificate. and the selected file will be or less imported to the camera. and the CA certificate stored in the camera will be deleted. When Country name is not selected: 220 characters Then click Submit.1X Menu . (comma) cannot be used as symbols. Organization unit name. Up to four exported with “localhost” specified in Common name. Organization name: Type the organization name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols. Country name: Select the country name from the drop- down list. Common name and Email address should be as follows: To import the CA certificate When Country name is selected: 218 characters or Click Browse… to select the CA certificate to be less imported. Subject DN. Only the PEM format is supported. Validity Period and Extended Key Usage. 58 Using the 802. Organization name.1X Authentication Function — 802. Common name: Type the organization name using up to 64 alphanumeric characters and symbols. To display the information of the CA certificate When the CA certificate has been saved in the camera correctly. the certificate request is certificate or route certificate) to the camera. Locality name.

Using the 802. boxes. – Windows-Groups: Wired_802. 5 Select New from the context menu. the group “Wired_802. continue to configure the RADIUS client.1X_Group Permissions: Select Grant remote access 3 Add Certificate Services in the Component menu. and – Dial-in Constraints tab: Specify the session proceed to next. Then.1X authentication Creating a security group for Active Directory function – Example of Windows Server 2003 1 Open Active Directory Users and Computers from Administrative Tools of Windows menu. This section explains how to configure the authentication server and CA using Microsoft Windows Server 2003.” Panel of Windows menu.1X_Group” is depending on the version of the Operating System or assumed for explanation purposes. permission. then select As this section describes authentication based on the Group and configure the group for 802.Setting the 802. Edit Profile: 4 Select Enterprise root CA on CA Type.1X Authentication Function — 802. Then.1X connection. Service Pack and patch update status. Note 3 Select New from the context menu. configured. UI terminology and page configuration may be different For example. Active Directory (domain controller) Administrating the Camera The following setting example is based on the 2 Click Register Server in Active Directory on the assumption that the Active Directory has been operation menu. 2 Select Users of the domain with which you want to perform 802. the connection. 3 Install Internet Authentication Service in Add/ 6 Select Set up a custom policy. as required.1X network. Configuring the Internet Authentication Before setting Service Perform the following settings before configuring an 802. Wireless-Other and Virtual (VPN) 2 Select Add/Remove Windows Components. Wireless- Panel of Windows menu. continue to configure the EAP-TLS policy. Your Server of Windows Server 2003. 1 Open Internet Authentication Service from Administrative Tools of Windows menu. 5 Type the name of CA on Common Name for this – Authentication tab: Delete checks from all the CA. time out period during which the client is allowed to be connected. 7 Set the following items: Policy name: Type “Allow 802. Click EAP Method and add Smart Card or other certificates. perform the following steps: Policy conditions: Click Add and add the following items: 1 Open Add or Remove Programs from Control – NAS Port-Type: Ethernet.11. IEEE802.1X Menu 59 .1X user interface in English on Windows Server 2003. Remove Windows Components. To add the IAS (Internet Authentication Service). To configure the CA.1X Access” as an CA configuration example. and configure the CA. 3 Read the displayed precautions carefully and click Windows IAS configuration OK to accept them. perform the following steps: 1 Configure Remote access/VPN server in Manage 4 Select Remote Access Policy and right-click. and select Remote Access Policy to open the “New Remote 2 Open Add or Remove Programs from Control Access Policy Wizard.

Proceed to issue the certificate to be imported to the camera. and click Go For the TLS mode. 2 Select Users of the domain with which you want to Note add a user and right-click. The CA’s URL is normally as follows: 9 Select New RADIUS Client from the context menu.net” 6 Select Properties from the context menu.1X_Group.” 5 Select Base 64 in Encoding method and click The preparations for configuring a 802. 60 Using the 802. 8 Select RADIUS Clients and right-click. 3 When Internet Explorer prompts entering the log-in user and password. 5 Select the user to be added and right-click. certificate tab on page 57.1X Authentication Function — 802. 10 Set the following items: Friendly name: Type “authenticator” as an example. the client PC block connection? First name: 1XClient – Are the network configuration and Internet User logon name: 1XClient@<domain name> Explorer setting on the client PC correct? Password: Specify a password. import it to the camera. Member Of tab: Add “Wired_802. depending on the TLS mode of the camera. This section explains the procedures for each mode. then select appear using the URL above. the log-on user name “1XClient” is – Does the firewall or antivirus software setting on assumed for explanation purposes. Prepare a Windows client PC (called “client PC” Then the CA certificate import procedure is completed. and configure so that the client PC and Windows Server Downloading the client certificate 2003 computer can be connected through the network.net 7 Set the following items: Dial-in tab: Select Allow access in Remote 4 Click Download a CA certificate. hereafter) to temporarily store the certificate. Issuing the CA certificate After saving the CA certificate. certificate Access Permission (Dial-in or VPN) chain. Client address (IP or DNS): IP address of the authenticator Client-Vender: RADIUS Standard Shared secret: Specify the shared secret to be set in the authenticator. – Is the service of Web site enabled on Internet Information Service (IIS)? 4 Set the following items to configure a new user: – Is Certificate Services enabled? For example. 2 Type the CA’s URL in the address bar.1X network are Download CA certificate. see TLS mode in the Client To. The “Microsoft Certificate Services” page opens. check the following: User. or CRL.1X Menu . 1XClient@localnetwork. type the user name as follows. Example: when the user name is “1XClient” and the domain name “localnetwork. The procedure of client certificate download differs 1 Start Internet Explorer on the client PC. Then select Password never expires in account options. Adding a user 1 Open Active Directory Users and Computers from Administrative Tools of Windows menu. 6 Specify the file storage location and save the CA certificate. The “File Download” dialog opens. Administrating the Camera If the Microsoft Certificate Service page does not 3 Select New from the context menu. now completed.

opens. File to export: Specify the name of the file to be and the “Microsoft Certificate Services” page exported.. Select the format you want to use: Select Personal Information Exchange – 2 Click Go To. or – Key Size: 1024 submit a renewal request by using a base-64- – Check Mark keys as exportable. 8 Click Internet Options. and the “Microsoft Certificate Services” page opens. When “Use the camera’s built-in key pair” is selected To use this mode. Request” page opens. PKCS#12(PFX). Import the exported file 4 Click Request a certificate. Administrating the Camera For details. encoded PKCS #7 file in sequence. Certificate Template: User Key Options: Create new key set 4 Click Request a certificate. The new client certificate is displayed in the Personal tab. The “Certificate Export Wizard” opens. export the private key. see “To import the client certificate” in the Client certificate tab on page 57. 3 Type the log-in user name and password correctly. 6 Click Submit.0 a base-64-encoded CMC or PKCS #10 file. see “To import the client certificate” in the CA in sequence. request and Create and submit a request to this For details.When “Use a key pair from a CA” is selected 9 Select the installed certificate and click Export. 1 Start Internet Explorer on the client PC and type the CA’s URL in the address bar. Content and Certificates of Internet Explorer in sequence. first download the certificate request from the camera. Password: Specify the private key password. 10 Click Next and select as follows. Using the 802.. The CA’s URL is normally as follows: 2 Click Go To.1X Authentication Function — 802. Client certificate tab on page 57. advanced certificate – CSP: Microsoft Enhanced Cryptographic request and Submit a certificate request by using Provider v1. advanced certificate to the camera as the camera’s client certificate.. Message “The certificate you requested was issued to you. Additional Options: Select SHA-1 for Hash The “Submit a Certificate Request or Renewal Algorithm. 7 Click Install this certificate. 3 Type the log-in user name and password correctly. 5 Set the following items.” appears. The certificate is now exported.1X Menu 61 . to install the certificate in the certificate store on the client PC. The CA’s URL is normally as follows: Do you want to export the private key with the certificate?: Select Yes. 1 Start Internet Explorer on the client PC and type the CA’s URL in the address bar.

Import the saved file to the camera as the camera’s client certificate. User name Type a user name between 5 and 16 characters. the User menu appears. 6 Set Certificate Template to User and click Submit. Check the box if the user is allowed to log in to an FTP server. Audio and Viewer mode for each user ID. and the access right of each user. Administrator Specify User name. The certificate is now saved. Audio Select whether audio output to a speaker connected to the line output jack of the camera is allowed or not by using the SNC audio upload tool stored in the supplied CD-ROM. Use this menu to set the user names and passwords of Administrator and up to 9 kinds of users (User 1 to User 9). Re-type password To confirm the password. Password Type a password between 5 and 16 characters. FTP. Check this box to allow audio output. Specify User name. 62 Setting the User — User Menu . see “To import the client certificate” in the Client certificate tab on page 57. FTP Set whether this user is allowed to log in to an FTP server or not. Message “The certificate you requested was issued to you.” appears. Password and Re-type password. Password. Setting the User — User Menu When you click in the Administrator menu. retype the password that you typed in the Password box. Note The certificate saved in the procedure above has the User 1 to 9 same file name as the default file name for saving the CA certificate (certnew. For details. Administrating the Camera 7 Select Base 64 encoded and click Download certificate . Be careful not to overwrite the file on the client PC.cer). 5 Paste the contents of the certificate request exported from the camera in the Saved Request text box. Re-type password.

0. Pan/ Select the basic policy of the limit from Allow and Deny Tilt. Select Allow or Deny from the drop-down list on the right for each network address/subnet mask . the subnet mask value for “255. Full: The user can operate all functions in this mode. When you click in the Administrator menu.255”. Preset position: In addition to the Light mode. Network address/Subnet 1 to Network address/Subnet 10 Type the network addresses and subnet mask values that you want to allow or deny access to the camera. Viewer mode the Security menu appears.0. control digital zoom. Light: In addition to the View mode. If you set 192.0. authentication. the user can operate pan/tilt/zoom. see Administrating the Camera “Administrator and User” on page 18.168. for the computers specified in the Network address/ Subnet 1 to Network address/Subnet 10 menus below. Note You can access the camera even from a computer having an IP address whose access right is set to Deny. if you Setting the Security — Security Menu 63 . Security function On: The main viewer is displayed in accordance with To activate the security function. select On. For the functions available for each viewer mode. type 8 to 32. For example. and capture a still image. select the viewer mode to be displayed after camera. the viewer mode of the authenticated user. You can specify up to 10 network addresses and subnet mask values. Note To output audio using the SNC audio upload tool. For a subnet mask. Tip The subnet mask value represents the bit number from the left of the network address.0” and “192.168.0/24 and Allow.255.168.0” is 24. Preset position. Pan/Tilt: In addition to the Light mode. the user can perform the camera’s preset position settings. When the user is authenticated for logging in the main Use this menu to limit the computers that can access the viewer. Light or View. set Setting the Security Audio upload to Enable in the Common tab of the — Security Menu Camera menu (page 40). the user can select the image size of the main viewer. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. View: The user can only monitor the camera image. you can allow access from computers having an IP address between “192. Off: Select the viewer mode of the main viewer which is Default policy displayed without authentication from Full. Viewer authentication Set whether the user is authenticated or not when the main viewer is displayed.255.

Use this menu to save camera’s pan. The Preset position menu consists of 2 tabs: Position and Tour. Set Click to save the current pan. tilt and zoom positions as the home position. Position Tab — Saving pan/tilt/ zoom position You can set up to 16 camera positions (pan. 64 Saving the Camera Position and Action — Preset position Menu . — Preset position Menu When you click in the Administrator menu. click in the control panel (page 23). tilt and zoom positions). Saving the Camera OK/Cancel Position and Action See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. the Preset position menu appears. To move the camera to the home position. tilt and zoom positions and set tours (programmed action of the camera). Reset Click to reset the home position to the factory-set position. enter the user name and password set for the Administrator boxes in the User menu. Administrating the Camera Home position setting Set the current camera position as the home position.

or delete the preset position data by preset number. Sensor input 2 and Object detection respectively. In the case where the synchronized preset position is specified. and the Object detection menu is Select a preset number from 1 to 16 from the drop-down displayed to allow you to set the object detection list. from Sensor input 1. function (page 84). S1. preset number. 3 Click the Set button. the camera moves to the set preset Clear position even if the set position is outside of the Click to delete the preset position data. you are checking the image with the main viewer. and type the Shows the name of the preset position assigned to each preset position name. S2 and OD represent Sensor input 1. Shows the alarm(s) synchronized with each preset Note position. If you set the preset position before setting the camera movement area. Alarm The camera position is saved. Preset Object detection (OD) Configure and save preset positions. When you limit the camera movement area with the Angle setting of SNC panorama creator (page 104). Position at alarm with this tab. clicking Clear. the camera automatically moves to the corresponding preset position. set Sensor input 1 (S1) the camera home position after setting the camera Select a preset position to synchronize with the alarm movement area. from Sensor input 2. Saving the Camera Position and Action — Preset position Menu 65 . movement area. If you do not want to synchronize with any preset Note number. Note If an alarm is detected by the sensor input or the object The OK/Cancel can be effective in the operation of detection function. If you set the camera home position before setting the camera movement area. operate as follows: No. Lists the preset positions and alarms assigned for each position currently saved in the camera. the camera moves to the set Sensor input 2 (S2) home position even if the set position is outside of the Select a preset position to synchronize with the alarm movement area. the alarm event that happens when the camera Administrating the Camera Note moves to the preset position will be invalid. Click Detection. area. set Preset call the preset position after setting the camera movement Click to move the camera to the preset position. No. Name 2 Select a preset number for saving. Name Note Type the preset position name of the selected preset number using up to 32 characters. When you limit the camera movement area with the Angle setting of SNC panorama creator (page 104). please use single-byte alphanumeric characters Preset position table only. The camera can synchronize the preset position with Sensor input 1 or 2 or with the object detection function. Set You can move the camera to the preset position by Click to save the current camera position to the selected clicking Preset call. To save a preset position. OK/Cancel Position at alarm See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. If you intend to display the preset position name as an overlay. Select a preset position to synchronize with the alarm from the object detection. select none. 1 Move the camera to the position to be saved while Shows the preset number.

Tour A to Tour E Configure Tour A to Tour E respectively. Effective period. Always: The tour can be activated any time. triggered by an alarm. Repeat this procedure to specify the preset positions in sequence. On: The tour operates. click to select the preset Resume time on inactivity position and then click Up or Down. or Fastest from the drop-down list. (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82. tilt or zoom The tour cannot be set to On if no preset position is operation or by camera movement to the preset position added in the Sequence list. The selected preset position is added in the Administrating the Camera Sequence list. Sequence Set the sequence of the tour. click to Select On to enable the tour function. Speed Select the speed of camera movement between 1 and 23. Off: The tour does not operate. Click Schedule. Tour Tab — Setting a tour Note Up to 16 positions can be programmed. With this item. Schedule: The tour is activated according to the schedule you have set. Effective period Select the period during which the tour in activated. To change the order in the list. The camera moves faster with a higher number setting. Speed and Sequence. The tour restarts See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. On: Specify the wait time before the tour restarts. other. automatically after the specified time has elapsed.) 66 Saving the Camera Position and Action — Preset position Menu . you can select whether you restart or stop Note the tour after it has stopped by manual pan. Tour If you specified an unnecessary preset position. select it in the list and click then Delete. OK/Cancel between 5 and 600 seconds. The preset positions saved using the Position tab are displayed in the drop-down list at the bottom. and the camera You cannot set tours if the effective periods overlap each moves to the programmed positions sequentially (Tour). and the menu for the effective period is displayed. Stay time. then click Add. Each tour setting consists of 5 items: On/Off. Select the preset position from the drop-down list. Up to five programs can be set as Tours A to E. This item becomes active when Tour is set to On. between 1 and 3600 seconds. The fastest speed is obtained with Fastest. Stay time Type a period of time during which the camera is to stay at each preset position. Off: The tour does not restart.

See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Message Authentication Type the text of the e-mail using up to 384 characters. User name and Password as required. (A Select the authentication required when you send an e. This address is used for reply e-mails and sending system messages from the mail server. Select one of the authentication methods from the following and specify the POP server mail — e-Mail (SMTP) Menu name. Type the POP (receiving mail) server name using up to (SMTP) Function 64 characters. line break is equivalent to 2 characters. you can send an e-mail authentication is required. Alarm sending and Periodical sending. Off: Select if no authentication is required when an e. MD is added for moving object detection Type the SMTP server name using up to 64 characters. On: Select if authentication is required when an e-mail Sending an Image via E. The image file can also be sent When you set Authentication to On. Recipient e-mail address Type the recipient e-mail address using up to 64 characters. Notes • You cannot send an audio file by using the e-mail Subject sending function. be sure to select periodically. the e-Mail (SMTP) menu appears. POP server name It is necessary when POP before SMTP is selected for Common Tab — Setting the e-Mail Authentication. Password Type the user name and password of the user who owns the mail account using up to 64 characters. with attached image file that has been shot linked with an external sensor input or with the built-in object Note detection function. and UD is added for unattended object detection. On. You can specify up to three recipient e-mail addresses. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server that sends e-mails performs authentication using the POP user account. POP before SMTP: Select when POP before SMTP Using e-Mail (SMTP) function. Administrating the Camera User name. or type the IP address of the POP server. OK/Cancel mail is sent. is sent. S2 is added for sensor input 2 detection. Administrator e-mail address Type the Administrator e-mail address using up to 64 e-Mail (SMTP) characters. Select On when you use the e-Mail (SMTP) function. either or both SMTP or/and POP before SMTP. may be reduced while a file is being transmitted by the When Alarm sending of the Alarm sending tab is set to e-Mail (SMTP) function. S1 is added SMTP server name for sensor input 1 detection. an e-mail sent in response to the alarm detection will indicate the type of alarm in the subject.) mail. Sending an Image via E-mail — e-Mail (SMTP) Menu 67 . Type the subject/title of the e-mail using up to 64 • The frame rate and operability on the main viewer characters. or the IP address of the SMTP server. required. This setting is necessary when the SMTP server that sends e-mails performs authentication. The e-Mail (SMTP) menu consists of three tabs: Common. SMTP: Select when SMTP authentication is When you click in the Administrator menu.

Alarm Select the alarm to be linked with e-mail notification. Suffix Select a suffix to be added to the file name. When Off is selected. minute (2 digits). alphanumeric characters. (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) Image file name Type the file name you want to assign to the image to be OK/Cancel attached to an e-mail. second (2 digits). the alarm Sequence number clear Set to send an e-mail linked with alarm detection by the Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1. date (2 digits). The date/time suffix consists of lower two-digits of the year (2 digits). Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits Alarm sending Tab — Setting the e. is displayed. Schedule: You can specify the period during which the When On is selected. Object detection: The alarm detected by the object detection function. Note Administrating the Camera In the case that the synchronized preset position is specified in Position at alarm in the Preset position menu. The image file name is assigned to the image to be sent via e-mail. settings below is attached. thus adding 14- digit number to the image file name. Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the image file name. Sensor input 1: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input1 of the camera I/O port. Set whether an image file (JPEG file) is to be attached to Always: The alarm detection is always effective. hour (2 digits). month (2 digits). only Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period the message is sent. Effective period Set the period during which the alarm detection is File attachment effective. Sensor input 2: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input 2 of the camera I/O port. You can use up to 10 See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Click Detection. the image file made using the alarm detection is effective. None: No suffix is added. external sensor input or by the built-in object detection function. the e-mail or not. an alarm event that happens when the camera Alarm sending moves to the preset position will be invalid. 68 Sending an Image via E-mail — e-Mail (SMTP) Menu . . and the Object detection menu is displayed to allow you to set the object detection function (page 84). and consecutive number (2 digits). Select On to set sending an e-mail linked with alarm detection.(hyphen) and _ (underscore) for naming. between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and two fixed mail sending mode when detecting digits 00 are added to the image file name.

None: The name of the sent file will be the image file name. and consecutive number (2 digits). month (2 digits). thus adding a 14-digit number to the image file name. minute (2 digits) and second (2 digits).jpg. date (2 digits). Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and two fixed digits 00 are added to the image file name. Suffix Select a suffix to be added to the file name used when the e-mail is sent. You can set the hour (H) and minutes (M) You can set to send e-mails periodically. Administrating the Camera Periodical sending Select On when you want to use periodical e-mail sending. Always: Periodical sending is always effective.(hyphen) and _ (under score).Periodical sending Tab — Setting Interval Type the interval at which you want to send an e-mail the periodical e-mail sending mode periodically. . The actual image file name will be the specified image file name with a suffix and the extension . Image file name Type the file name of the image attached to the e-mail using up to 10 alphanumeric characters. Sequence number clear Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1. Sending an Image via E-mail — e-Mail (SMTP) Menu 69 . (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. between 30 minutes and 24 hours (one day). The date & time suffix consists of lower two-digits of the year (2 digits). Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the image file name. Effective period Set the period during which periodical sending will be effective. Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period is displayed. hour (2 digits). Schedule: You can specify the period during which periodical sending is effective.

the FTP client menu appears.(hyphen) and _ (underscore) for naming. FTP server name Remote path Type either the FTP server name to upload still images Type the path to the destination using up to 64 using up to 64 characters. The FTP client menu consists of three tabs: Common. OK/Cancel Alarm sending and Periodical sending. The image file can also be sent periodically. Common Tab — Setting the FTP Alarm sending Tab — Setting the client function FTP client action when detecting Administrating the Camera the alarm Set to forward an image and audio file to the specified FTP server linked with alarm detection by the external sensor input or by the built-in object detection function. Use this menu to set up for capturing and sending still Passive mode images to an FTP server. Image file name User name Type the file name you want to assign to the images Type the user name for the FTP server using up to 64 when sending to the FTP server. Select On to recorded linked with the external sensor input or with connect to the FTP server using the passive mode. server linked with alarm detection. Using FTP client function. FTP client function To activate the FTP client function. Server Re-type password — FTP client Menu To confirm the password. alphanumeric characters. Note The frame rate and operability on the main viewer may Alarm sending be reduced while a file is being transmitted by the FTP Select On to send the image and audio file to the FTP client function. select On. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. . you Set whether you use the passive mode of FTP server or can send an image and audio file that has been shot and not when connecting to the FTP server. the built-in object detection function to an FTP server. 70 Sending Images to FTP Server — FTP client Menu . you typed in the Password box. type the same characters as When you click in the Administrator menu. or the IP address of the FTP characters. server. You can use up to 10 characters. Password Sending Images to FTP Type the password for the FTP server using up to 64 characters.

the periodical FTP client activity You can set to send image files (JPEG files) to an FTP Alarm server periodically. Click Alarm buffer to display the Alarm buffer menu. Always: The alarm detection is always effective. Tip A consecutive number added to Date & time and OK/Cancel Sequence number is used to identify each of multiple See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. image file name. Select the alarm to be linked with file forwarding to the FTP server.264 is selected in the Video codec tab of the Camera menu. Sensor input 1: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input 1 of the camera I/O port. Set the period during which the alarm detection is effective. Click Detection.(hyphen) and Menu” on page 82) _ (under score). Note In the case that the synchronized preset position is specified in Position at alarm in the Preset position menu. and consecutive number (2 digits). (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule using up to 10 alphanumeric characters. Sequence number clear Periodical sending Tab — Setting Administrating the Camera Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1. minute (2 digits) and second (2 For details. the year (2 digits). post-alarm). Remote path Type the remote path using up to 64 characters. adding a 14-digit number to the image file name. hour (2 digits). only the image at The date/time suffix consists of lower two-digits of the moment of the alarm detection is forwarded. The actual image file name will be the specified image file name with a suffix and the extension . date (2 digits).Suffix Alarm buffer Select a suffix to be added to the file name. Object detection: The alarm detected by the object detection function. Schedule: You can specify the period during which the alarm detection is effective. and the Object detection menu is displayed to allow you to set the object detection function (page 84). recorded if H. Sending Images to FTP Server — FTP client Menu 71 . an alarm event that happens when the camera moves to the preset position will be invalid. If you do not select the alarm buffer. . month (2 digits). Image file name Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period Type the file name of the image sent to the FTP server is displayed. thus buffer Menu” on page 83.jpg. Periodical sending Effective period Select On when you want to use periodical sending. Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits Note between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and an consecutive 2 digits number are added to the image This setting becomes invalid and a still image is file name. see “Setting the Alarm Buffer — Alarm digits). files created with consecutive alarm events. Select Use alarm buffer when you are going to forward the image/audio of before and after alarm detection (pre- Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the alarm. Sensor input 2: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input 2 of the camera I/O port.

Note The actual interval may be longer than the set value. You cannot send the audio file using the periodical sending of the FTP client function. You can set the hour (H). hour (2 digits). Always: The periodical sending is always effective. Mode Select the periodical sending mode. OK/Cancel Note See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and two fixed digits 00 are added to the image file name. Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period is displayed. Periodical mode: An image file is sent periodically according to the specified Interval and Effective period. minute (2 digits) and second (2 digits). minutes (M) and seconds (S) between 1 second and 24 hours (one day). thus adding a 14-digit number to the image file name. Suffix Select a suffix to be added to the file name sent to the FTP server. and consecutive number (2 digits). Effective period Set the period during which the periodical sending is effective. Administrating the Camera Sequence number clear Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1. Interval Type the interval at which you want to send images to the FTP server periodically. date (2 digits). bit rate and the network environments. image quality setting. None: The name of the sent file will be the image file name. depending on the image size. Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the image file name. Schedule: You can specify the period during which the periodical sending is effective. (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) 72 Sending Images to FTP Server — FTP client Menu . Tour mode: An image file is sent each time the camera is moved to a preset position during the tour. month (2 digits). The date & time suffix consists of lower two-digits of year (2 digits).

• The frame rate and operability on the main viewer CF memory card: CF memory card inserted into the may be reduced during image storage. • Set Image memory to Off when you remove the ATA Notes memory card or CF memory card from the camera or turn off the power of the camera with the ATA memory • The image and audio files recorded in the built-in card or CF memory card inserted. memory are deleted when the Selected root directory • When you remove or insert a card. or using Format memory space box and you cannot access the built-in ATA memoroy card or Format CF memory card in memory. “empty” is displayed in the card. On: Overwrite is enabled and old files will be overwritten in the order of date. which has been shot being linked with the external sensor input or with the built-in object detection function. you can record the image and audio file. The image file can also be recorded periodically. select On. • When Selected root directory is set to an option other • Before using an ATA memory card or CF memory than Built-in memory. the Image memory menu appears. The current memory space is displayed on the right. Capacity warning Select On to send a warning mail to the Administrator when the memory space of the built-in memory. Alarm recording and Periodical recording.) The Image memory menu consists of three tabs: Common. Off: Overwrite is prohibited. The recorded image and audio files can be found or downloaded to the computer using the FTP server function. contact your authorized Sony dealer. CF card slot of the camera. the Initialize tab of the System menu (page 37). ATA memory card or CF memory card. wait at least 10 setting is changed. format it using the computer. Image memory Administrating the Camera To use the image memory function. By using the image memory function. Common Tab — Setting the image Recording Images in memory function Memory — Image memory Menu When you click in the Administrator menu. or in the ATA memory card (not supplied) or CF memory card (not supplied) inserted in the camera. Overwrite Select On to overwrite the file or not when there is insufficient memory space to record the image in the built-in memory. the PC card slot of the camera. For the verified cards. • The image and audio files recorded in the built-in memory are deleted when the power of the camera is Built-in memory: Built-in memory of this camera turned off or the Selected root directory setting is ATA memory card: ATA memory card inserted into changed. seconds. No recording will be performed. Selected root directory Notes Select a memory in which you want to save an image. ATA memory card or CF memory card is low or the memory Recording Images in Memory — Image memory Menu 73 . (See “Downloading Images from the Camera — FTP server Menu” on page 77. in the built-in memory (about 18 MB).

User name. using up to 64 characters. either or both SMTP or/and POP before SMTP. digit number to the image file name. Select On to record the image and audio file in the built- Note in memory. 74 Recording Images in Memory — Image memory Menu . Off: Select if no authentication is required when an e- mail is sent. Password The Date & time suffix consists of lower two-digits Type the user name and the password of the user who of the year (2 digits). Select one of the authentication methods from the following and specify the POP server name. second (2 digits) the SMTP server that sends e-mails performs and consecutive number (2 digits). a warning mail is not sent to the Administrator. Alarm recording Tab — Setting the Image memory function when Note detecting the alarm When Overwrite is set to On. ATA memory card or CF memory card. Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits Administrator e-mail address between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and an Type the e-mail address of the recipient of a warning consecutive 2 digits number is added to the image mail (e-mail address of the camera Administrator). POP before SMTP: Select when POP before SMTP Alarm recording authentication is required.(hyphen) and _ (underscore) for naming. Tip OK/Cancel A consecutive number added to Date & time and See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. You can set to record the image and audio file to the memory linked with the external sensor input or with the SMTP server name built-in object detection function. thus adding a 14- authentication. characters. SMTP: Select when SMTP authentication is required. This setting is necessary when hour (2 digits). Sequence number is used to identify each of the multiple files created with consecutive alarm events. is full. Authentication Select the authentication required when you send an e- mail. Date & time: The Date & time suffix is added to the image file name. User Administrating the Camera name and Password as required. using up to 64 characters. month (2 digits). or type the IP address of the POP server. Otherwise type the IP address of the SMTP mail server. date (2 digits). Select Off if you do not want to send a warning mail. Image file name POP server name Type the file name you want to assign to the images to This is necessary when POP before SMTP is selected be recorded. mails performs authentication using the POP user account. This Suffix setting is necessary when the SMTP server that sends e- Select a suffix to be added to the file name. When you set Authentication to On. Type a POP (receiving mail) server name using up to 64 characters. On: Select if authentication is required when an e-mail is sent. Type the name of the SMTP server for sending an e- mail. . You can use up to 10 alphanumeric for Authentication. minute (2 digits). owns the e-mail account. be sure to select linked with alarm detection. file name.

Sequence number clear Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1.264 is selected in the Video codec tab of The date/time suffix consists of lower two-digits of the Camera menu. Recording Images in Memory — Image memory Menu 75 .jpg. Sensor input 2: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input 2 of the camera I/O port. (“Setting the Schedule — (hyphen) and _ (under score). date (2 digits). Object detection: The alarm by the object detection function. ATA memory card or CF memory card and audio files. Sensor input 1: The external sensor that is connected to sensor input 1 of the camera I/O port. hour (2 digits). - period is displayed. buffer Menu” on page 83. Select On when you want to use periodical recording. thus adding a 14- digit number to the image file name. recording function. Type the file name of the image to be recorded to the Click Schedule and the setting menu for the effective memory using up to 10 alphanumeric characters. and the Object detection menu is displayed to allow you to set the object detection function (page 84). periodically. OK/Cancel and consecutive number (2 digits). Periodical recording Tab — Setting the periodical recording mode Alarm You can set to record the image file (JPEG file) in the Select the alarm to be linked with the recording of image built-in memory. month (2 digits). Note In the case that the synchronized preset position is specified in Position at alarm in the Preset position menu. the alarm event that happens when the camera moves to the preset position will be invalid. Always: The alarm detection is always effective. Click Alarm buffer to display the Alarm buffer menu.Sequence number clear Click Clear to reset the Sequence number suffix to 1. recorded if H. Click Detection. see “Setting the Alarm Buffer — Alarm Select a suffix to be added to the file name. Schedule Menu” on page 82) The actual image file name will be the specified image file name with the a suffix and the extension . If you do not select the alarm buffer. second (2 digits). None: The recording file name will be the image file name. only the image at the moment of the alarm detection is recorded. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Note Date & time: The date & time suffix is added to the This setting becomes invalid and a still image is image file name. Administrating the Camera Effective period Periodical recording Set the period during which alarm detection is effective. Suffix For details. Alarm buffer Select Use alarm buffer when you record the image/ Note audio of before and after alarm detection (pre-alarm. Sequence number: A consecutive number of 10 digits between 0000000001 and 4294967295 and two fixed digits 00 are added to the image file name. the year (2 digits). You cannot record the audio file using the periodical post-alarm). minute (2 digits). Schedule: You can specify the period during which Image file name alarm detection is effective.

Root Date_No. Folder structure of image memory When the image memory function is used. The Date_No.m4f qqqqqqq. one folder automatically created can store image files of about 1 MB. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. .jpf yyyyyyy. the folder period. Periodical mode: An image file is recorded periodically Note according to the specified Interval and Effective In the ATA memory card or CF memory card.jpf Date_No. Menu” on page 82) The SNC video player (page 99) allows playing of “. zzzzzzz. xxxxxxx. Interval About the extension of a file Type the interval at which you want to record an image A file to be recorded/sent using the image memory in the memory periodically. You can set the hour (H).m4f A represents a folder created automatically. setting and the recording/sending settings of the camera. a new folder is created Select the periodical recording mode. day (2 digits). (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule periodical recording is performed. the images are recorded with the following tree structure of folder. or Alarm buffer menu. depending on the microphone setting of the camera. In the built-in memory. image quality.jpf ccccccc. buffer is not selected in the Alarm recording or Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period Alarm sending tab or when a periodical sending or is displayed.m4f: A file of this type is created when Use alarm buffer is selected in the Alarm recording or Alarm The actual interval may be longer than the set value sending tab and MPEG4 is selected on Codec in the depending on the image size. Note .jpg bbbbbbb. automatically to continue recording. The file may include audio data Always: The periodical recording is always effective. month (2 digits). Mode image files exceeds that value. bit rate. underscore and sequence number (4 digits). Alarm buffer menu. is moved to each preset position during the tour. function or the FTP client function has one of the minutes (M) and seconds (S) between 1 second and 24 following three extensions depending on the video mode hours (one day).jpf: A file of this type is created when Use alarm Effective period buffer is selected in the Alarm recording or Alarm Administrating the Camera Set the period during which the periodical recording is sending tab and JPEG is selected on Codec in the effective. If the size of the 76 Recording Images in Memory — Image memory Menu . folder has a 11-digit name consisting of the last two digits of the year (2 digits). The file may include audio data recording media. depending on the microphone setting of the camera. size varies depending on the capacity of the ATA Tour mode: An image file is recorded when the camera memory card or CF memory card. Schedule: You can specify the period during which the .m4f” and “.jpf” files.jpg: A file of this type is created when Use alarm periodical recording is effective.jpf aaaaaaa.

the FTP server menu appears. Selected root directory Select the memory that contains the file you want to download. or downloads a file from the camera. Built-in memory: Built-in memory of this camera or downloads a file from the camera ATA memory card: ATA memory card inserted into the PC card slot of the camera. Administrating the Camera FTP server function To activate the FTP server function. Notes • When Selected root directory is set to an option other than Built-in memory in the Common tab of the Image memory menu (page 73). • The frame rate and operability on the main viewer may be reduced when you logged in to the FTP server of this unit using the FTP client software installed in the computer. The current memory space is displayed on the right. select On. or in the ATA memory card (not supplied) or “CF memory card” (not supplied) inserted in the camera. Use this menu to set up for the FTP server function that finds a specified image and audio file stored in the built-in memory (about 18 MB). CF memory card: CF memory card inserted into the CF card slot of the camera. from the Camera — FTP server Menu When you click in the Administrator menu. Downloading Images from the Camera — FTP server Menu 77 . OK/Cancel Downloading Images See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. “empty” is displayed in the memory space box and you cannot access the built-in memory.

Sensor input 2. the timer and the Day/ Night function. When you click in the Administrator menu. the alarm event that happens when the camera Administrating the Camera moves to the preset position will be invalid. Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period is displayed. (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) Alarm output OK/Cancel To activate the alarm output function. Alarm: Controls alarm output by synchronizing it with an external sensor input or the built-in object detection function. Always: The alarm detection is always effective. Mode Select the mode of the alarm output function. object detection function. the items Sensor input 1. linked to the alarm detection. Set the period during which the alarm detection is effective. and the Object detection menu is Tip displayed to allow you to set the object detection For the connection of peripheral devices to the alarm function (page 84). Click Detection. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Click Schedule and the menu for the effective period is displayed. Schedule: You can specify the period during which alarm detection is effective. select On. Effective period This item becomes active when Mode is set to Alarm. Timer: Controls alarm output using the timer. Object detection. Alarm duration and Effective period become active. output of the I/O port. Alarm duration Select the duration for which the alarm output is short- circuited between 1 and 60 sec. Sensor input 1 Setting the Alarm Output Select this option when you link the alarm output to an external sensor that is connected to sensor input 1 of the — Alarm output Menu camera I/O port. Object detection The Alarm output menu consists of two tabs: Alarm Select this option when you link the alarm output to the out 1 and Alarm out 2. When Alarm is selected. see the supplied Installation Note Manual. Sensor input 2 the Alarm output menu appears. In the case that the synchronized preset position is specified in Position at alarm in the Preset position Alarm out 1. 78 Setting the Alarm Output — Alarm output Menu . (“Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu” on page 82) Day/Night: Controls the alarm output linked to the day/ night function. Select this option when you link the alarm output to an You can perform setting in this menu to control the external sensor that is connected to sensor input 2 of the alarm output of the I/O port on the rear of the camera camera I/O port. 2 Tab menu.

You can configure an Sensor input 2: The external sensor that is connected to individual audio file on each tab. Notes Voice alert 1. Voice alert 2 and Voice alert 3. function. 2 and 3. Outputting Audio Linked to Alarm Detection — Voice alert Menu 79 . Always: The alarm detection is always effective. (“Setting the Schedule — Displays the name of the audio file saved in the camera. and the Object detection menu is the audio file to the camera using the SNC audio upload displayed to allow you to set the object detection tool stored in the supplied CD-ROM. Before using the voice alert function. Effective period Set the period during which the alarm detection is effective. the alarm event that happens when the camera moves to the preset position will be invalid. • If two or three audio files are set to be output simultaneously linked with the same alarm event. Delete. the first voice alert is canceled and the second one is output. OK/Cancel To delete the audio file saved in the camera. select On. For the use of the SNC audio upload tool. click See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Note Before deleting the audio file. function (page 84). function. Test Outputting Audio Linked When the audio file is saved in the camera. Click Schedule. Schedule: You can specify the period during which the alarm detection is effective. Schedule Menu” on page 82) “Not uploaded” is displayed dimly if no audio file is saved. 3 Tab • If voice alert is activated linked with a different alarm event while another voice alert is going on. see page 94. Sensor input 1: The external sensor that is connected to The Voice alert menu consists of 3 tabs: Voice alert 1. — Voice alert Menu Voice alert To use the voice alert function linked with the sensor Click in the Administrator menu to display input or the object detection function. • In the case where a preset position is specified in Position at alarm in the Preset position menu. to Alarm Detection Click Play to play back the audio file once. the Voice alert menu. Use this menu to set the voice alert function to output audio from the line output jack of the camera when an Repeat alarm is detected by the sensor input or object detection Select playback repeat time from 1 to 3. Object detection: The alarm detected by the object Administrating the Camera Note detection function. the priority is given in the order Voice alert 1. You can output the audio from the speaker connected to Alarm the camera in synchronization with an alarm event Select the alarm to be linked with the voice alert triggered by the sensor input or the object detection function. and the menu for the effective File period is displayed. you need to save Click Detection. 2. you can check it by playing it back. sensor input 1 of camera I/O port. set Voice alert to Off. sensor input 2 of camera I/O port.

the Trigger-FTP client trigger drop-down list in the main viewer. a still image of the moment you click is captured. and your e-mail with the same as those of the FTP client menu (page 70). a still image of the here. 80 Setting the Operations from the Viewer — Trigger Menu . image file attached is sent to the specified mail address. In this menu. Image memory Checking this box allows you to select Image memory from the trigger drop-down list in the main viewer. e-Mail (SMTP) Checking this box allows you to select e-Mail from the When you click FTP client. the Trigger-e-Mail (SMTP) menu is displayed. The setting options and setting procedures are the same as those of the e-Mail (SMTP) menu (page 67). you will select the activities that can be performed when is clicked on the main viewer. and the image file is sent to the FTP server. You can set the necessary options here. The setting options and setting procedures are the moment you click is captured. When you click e-Mail (SMTP). Administrating the Camera FTP client Checking this box allows you to select FTP from the trigger drop-down list in the main viewer. Setting the Operations from the Viewer — Trigger Menu Click in the Administrator menu to display the Trigger menu. menu is displayed. By selecting FTP and clicking . You can set the necessary options By selecting e-Mail and clicking .

supplied). You can image file is recorded in the built-in memory. from 1 to 300 seconds. You can output audio from selecting Alarm output 1 or Alarm output 2 and the audio file saved in the camera by selecting Voice clicking . 2 Voice alert 1. Duration When Timer is selected. 2 or 3 and clicking . alert 1 . the alarm output is saved. Setting the Operations from the Viewer — Trigger Menu 81 . When you click the Day/Night button. See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. 2.from the trigger drop-down list in the main viewer. switched to On (short circuit). Alarm output 1. “Not uploaded” is displayed dimly if no audio file is Timer: When you click . the Trigger-Day/ For the verified cards. Day/Night By selecting Image memory and clicking . You can set the necessary dealer. options here. ATA control On (night mode) or Off (day mode) of the day/ memory card (not supplied) or CF memory caard (not night function by selecting Day/Night and clicking . and the the trigger drop-down list in the main viewer. even if you click . 3 Checking this box allows you to select Alarm output 1 Checking this box allows you to select Voice alert 1. options here. On (short circuit) or Displays the name of the audio file saved in the camera. Select the alarm ouput control mode from Toggle or Timer. File Toggle: Each time you click . contact your authorized Sony Night menu is displayed. The setting options and setting procedures are the same as those of the Image memory menu (page 73). specify the time for which the alarm output remains short circuited. the Trigger-Image are the same as those in the Day/Night tab of the Camera memory menu is displayed. and will automatically switched to Off (open) after the time specified in OK/Cancel Duration has elapsed. You can control the alarm output by down list in the main viewer. The setting options and setting procedures When you click Image memory. a still Checking this box allows you to select Day/Night from image of the moment you click is captured. or Alarm output 2 from the trigger drop-down list in the Voice alert 2 or Voice alert 3 from the trigger drop- main viewer. You can set the necessary menu (page 41). Administrating the Camera Note The day/night function is invalid when Day/Night mode is set to Disable or Auto in the Trigger-Day/Night menu. Off (open) is switched.

The Schedule menu consists of seven tabs. Day/Night: Schedule in the Day/Night tab of the Camera menu Preset position: Schedule in the Tour tab of the Preset position menu e-Mail: Schedule in the Alarm sending or Periodical sending tab of the e-Mail (SMTP) menu FTP: Schedule in the Alarm sending or Periodical sending tab of the FTP client menu Image memory: Schedule in the Alarm recording or Periodical recording tab of the Image memory menu Administrating the Camera Alarm out: Schedule in the Alarm out 1 or Alarm out 2 tab of the Alarm output menu Voice alert: Schedule in the Voice alert 1. — Schedule Menu OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. In that case. End time Setting the Schedule Specify the start time and the end time. the same Start time and End time are applied to all days. the Schedule menu appears. When you click in the Administrator menu. Start time. 2 or 3 tab of the Voice alert menu Example: When setting e-Mail (SMTP) (Periodical sending) in the Schedule menu Use the same time schedule every day When this item is checked. 82 Setting the Schedule — Schedule Menu . the Start time and End time of the day from Mon (Monday) to Sun (Sunday) cannot be input. Mon (Monday) to Sun (Sunday) The time period on the right of the checked day is the effective period of the schedule. This is the same menu as the Schedule menu that is displayed when you click Schedule to set the Effective period in the following menus.

When you click in the Administrator menu. besides when Use Post-alarm period: Type the recording time of the alarm buffer is selected. Post-alarm period: Displays the maximum recording — Alarm buffer Menu capacity of image/audio after alarm detection. Setting the Alarm Buffer — Alarm buffer Menu 83 . image/audio after alarm detection. These can be set when Alarm Pre-alarm period: Type the recording time of the sending of FTP client menu or Alarm recording of image/audio before alarm detection. Note When Dual codec is selected in the Video codec tab of the Camera menu and if you select here a video codec different from the priority video codec specified for Dual codec.264 is selected in the Video codec tab of the Camera menu. Image memory menu is set to On. Pre-alarm period: Displays the maximum recording Setting the Alarm Buffer capacity of image/audio before alarm detection. Note You cannot set the alarm buffer when H. Codec Only the currently available codec(s) are active. image size. Recording capacity Displays the maximum recording capacity of the alarm buffer in the present camera setting of the video mode. Recording time the Alarm buffer menu appears. Administrating the Camera Mode Displays the video codec selected in the Video codec tab of the Camera menu. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Set the recording time for the Pre-alarm image/audio You can set the Pre-alarm image and audio (the image and Post alarm image/audio. the bit rate and frame rate for sending/ recording via the alarm buffer may be lower than the set values. Select the video codec to be used for the alarm buffer. bit rate and frame rate. and audio before the alarm detection) and the Post - alarm image and audio. Note The value of Recording capacity differs depending on the image size and image quality settings in the Camera menu.

the Object detection menu appears. After the detection time. The unit can also perform “Removed object moves and disappears. “Unattended object detection” functions. When the SSL function is used. it is marked with a green frame and an alarm linked to unattended object detection is output. are no changes in the unattended object (location) for more than the specified time. you can set the conditions for activating the built-in “Moving object detection” and the A car appears in the foreground. Background image Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu When you click in the Administrator menu. alarm recording of the image memory function and playback of an audio file in synchronization with the alarm. the camera detects the location detection” of an object that existed before and now has where the object existed as an unattended object. that location is marked Abandoned object detection with a green frame and an alarm linked to unattended object detection is output. If there disappeared as an unattended object. If the unattended object stays in camera image for more than the specified Background image time. the car in the Administrating the Camera foreground is detected as an Note unattended object. You can activate alarm The camera first stores in memory the background sending of the FTP client function. alarm recording of image for reference. The unit Removed object detection can perform “Abandoned object detection” of an object The camera first stores in memory the background that did not exist and appears now as an unattended image for reference. If an object that existed before object. The Object detection menu consists of three tabs: m Common. the Common tab of the Object detection menu cannot be set. Unattended object setting and Configuration. you can activate alarm sending of the FTP client function. the object as an unattended object. If an object that did not exist before the image memory function and playback of an audio appears on the background and stops. Moving object detection detects moving objects in the camera image and outputs an alarm. m Using this menu. m 84 Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu . the camera detects file in synchronization with the alarm. What is unattended object detection? The unattended object detection function of this unit compares the reference background image with the current image to detect an unattended object. Unattended object detection detects difference between the previously shot background image and the image being shot currently and outputs an alarm when the difference continues recognized for more than the specified period.

and set the conditions for detection while observing a camera image. consult • The object detection function does not operate when your network administrator. confirm that the object detection function works correctly. or later” on page 10 or “Installing ActiveX Control” in • Before actual use. • When you install ActiveX control. Notes • If Automatic configuration is enabled in the Local Notes Area Network (LAN) settings of Internet Explorer. This is the same menu as that displayed when you click Detection on Alarm sending of the e-Mail (SMTP) Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu 85 . you should be • The unattended object detection may not work logged in to the computer as Administrator. For details. You can When you click Object detection. In that case. The car in the foreground moves out. m After the detection time. ActiveX control is installed and the Object detection menu is displayed. “Security Warning” perform the settings for each of up to 16 preset positions is displayed. for example. the location where the car was parked is detected as an unattended object. the Administrating the Camera • You can view an MPEG4 image only in the main image may not be displayed. “Security Warning” may appear as you click Object • Unattended object detection may not work correctly if detection. disable viewer during the setting of the object detection when Automatic configuration and set the Proxy server Dual codec is selected in the Video codec tab. H. When you click Yes. manually. or Windows Vista.264 is selected in the Video codec tab. perform an operation test and “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. the information bar or scene continuously from day to night. and the current position. correctly if the brightness of a scene changes • When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or significantly. Common Tab When the Object detection menu is Use this tab to select moving object detection or displayed for the first time unattended object detection. when you shoot an outdoor later. For the setting of the Proxy server. see “Installing ActiveX the image is of flat scene such as a monochrome wall Control” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or floor.

Note This item is disabled when PTZ position is set to Active: To use the window as an active area in which Current position. object detection always works under the same conditions. See “Setting items for unattended object detection” on page 88. menu. You can change the position and size of the window. When Preset position is selected. Unattended object detection setting section Inactive window Active window Administrating the Camera Mode setting section PTZ position Select whether object detection is performed under the individual conditions for each preset position or always under the same conditions. Position setting section Window1 to Window4 check boxes Position Select the preset position you want to set from the drop- When you check a check box. the corresponding down list. • The colors and green frames shown in the monitor Note display are not displayed on the image files that are You cannot select Preset position if no preset position is sent or recorded linked to the object detection stored in the Position tab of the Preset position menu. Select Inactive to set Detection an inactive area inside an active window. monitor display. Mode setting section Position setting section See “Setting items for moving object detection” on page 86. Setting items for moving object detection The following setting items appear when Detection is set to Moving object. When this option is selected. resolution. Monitor display Set the active/inactive window while monitoring a Moving object detection setting section moving image. Inactive: To use the window as an inactive area in which any moving object is ignored. an Notes object will not be detected if the camera is not • The image displayed on the monitor display has low directed to the preset position. the moving object setting menu appears. The camera automatically moves to the window (active or inactive window) appears on the selected preset position. Current position: Regardless of the camera position. or on Alarm recording of the Image memory Moving object: Select when you want to perform menu. moving object detection is performed. moving object detection. When this option is selected. Unattended object: Select when you want to perform unattended object detection. Select either moving object detection or unattended object detection for the selected position. Preset position: You can set object detection for each preset position. function. 86 Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu . the unattended object setting menu appears.

window or a setting. To set the moving object detection Adjust the detection level while observing the function monitor screen and actually shooting a moving object. Threshold setting slider bar 2 Select the camera position where you want to activate the detection function. Select Current position when you Be sure to set one or more windows as Active activate this function regardless of the camera window(s). An alarm is output when a green frame is added to the object displayed in 4 Check the Window 1 check box. Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu 87 . monitor screen. the threshold level. reset it as an active window. The setting items for moving object detection motion of an object on the monitor screen has exceeded appear. 10 Click OK. common to all the windows. temporarily change the active window to an inactive window and change the position and size. the camera judges that there has been a motion and a green frame is shown. preset position. Select Active to set Window 1 as an active area. you need to click the OK button to confirm the setting. select the desired preset position from the Position drop-down list. position. When the 3 Select Moving object for Detection. Set the moving object detection function as follows: 1 Set the PTZ position. Note 8 Select the object size for Object size. Each option represents the corresponding size below: L: 64 × 64 dots Note M: 32 × 32 dots If an active window and inactive window overlap. the inactive The monitor display is 640 × 480 dots. or (Large). The setting will be cancelled if you 9 Adjust the Threshold setting slide bar to set the do not click the OK button. S: 8 × 8 dots the overlapped portion will be regarded as an inactive area. Inactive to set it as an inactive area. Select the minimum size of a detectable object from L 6 Set the active or inactive windows. The moving object detection settings are confirmed. After changing. When you select Preset position for PTZ position. Tip When the two windows overlap. Select Preset position for PTZ position when you Note activate moving object detection linked with a You cannot set all four windows as Inactive windows. and the camera will move to the Set the threshold level of moving object detection that is selected preset position automatically. M (Medium) and S (Small). Repeat steps 4 to 6 for each window. 7 Set the function for Window 2 to Window 4. display. The threshold level is used to judge whether or not there has been any motion in the camera image. The Window 1 frame appears on the monitor one of the active windows. Administrating the Camera Drag Window 1 to move it and change its size. Size L is 1/10 the window is displayed over the active window on the width of the monitor display. threshold level at which the camera executes detection. Object size 5 Adjust the position and size of Window 1. Although the display on the monitor quickly responds to Select a larger size if a small noise may be detected the setting being performed as you change the size of a as a motion by mistake. Click to send the set values to the camera and confirm the settings. If the active window is hidden by an inactive window and its position or size cannot OK button be changed.

Be sure to click the OK button to confirm the settings. Unattended objects are not detected during this perform settings for other preset positions. it acquires the background image. Monitor display When you check the check box. Click this button to initialize the unattended object detection function. When unattended object 11 When Preset position is selected for PTZ position. This change of color shows that L: 64 × 64 dots unattended object detection is in progress. Inactive: To use the window as an inactive window in which any unattended object is ignored. Setting items for unattended object detection Window1 to Window4 check boxes The following setting items appear when Detection is set to Unattended object. The object’s color object from L (Large). Repeat steps 2 to 10 for each preset position. Green: Unattended object detection is operating because the background image has been acquired. the corresponding Set the active/inactive window while monitoring a window (active or inactive window) appears on the moving image. You can change the position and size of the window. M (Medium) and S (Small). it will be colored. 88 Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu . will be changed from blue to green. because it is in the process of acquiring the background image. Size L is 1/10 the • The colors and green frames shown in the monitor width of the monitor display. detection starts. Displays whether or not unattended object detection is Note operating. display to indicate prospective unattended objects are not displayed on the image files that are sent or Restart button recorded linked to the object detection function. period. as the possibility of it being an unattended object increases. A new background image will be Status lamp acquired from the current image. When the M: 32 × 32 dots camera finally regards the object as an unattended S: 8 × 8 dots object. Tip Notes The monitor display is 640 × 480 dots. a green frame is displayed. The setting will be cancelled if you do not Gray: Unattended object detection is not operating click the OK button. Select Inactive to set an inactive area inside an active window. and red in Each option represents the corresponding size below: sequence. Active window Inactive window Active: To use the window as an active window in which Administrating the Camera unattended object detection is performed. • The image displayed on the monitor display has low resolution. Note You cannot set all four windows as Inactive windows. yellow. Be sure to set one or more windows as Active window(s). monitor display. Object size When a prospective unattended object is detected on the Select the minimum size of the detectable unattended monitor display.

an image with a lot of motion. you need to click the OK When the two windows overlap. The Window 1 frame appears on the monitor display. monitor screen. If an active window and inactive window overlap. Notes Note • Unattended object detection does not operate until the status lamp turns green. Administrating the Camera Select Preset position for PTZ position when you activate unattended object detection linked with a 9 Select the object size for Object size. Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu 89 . time in the Unattended object setting tab. When the status lamp is gray. 11 Click OK. The unattended object detection settings are Unattended object detection does not work during confirmed. drop-down list. Repeat steps 5 to 7 for each window. preset position. the camera is in the process of acquiring a background image. Select Current position when you Select a larger size if a small noise may be detected activate it regardless of the camera position. The setting will be cancelled if you do not Note click the OK button. 3 Select Unattended object on Detection. Alarm interval and Release 5 Check the Window 1 check box. If you use 12 When Preset position is selected for PTZ position. 4 Wait until the status lamp turns green. depending on the image being shot. of a window or a setting. properly. marked with a green frame. Drag Window 1 to move it and change its size. the inactive button to confirm the setting. Be sure to click the OK button to confirm the settings. and the camera will move to the The object regarded as an unattended object is selected preset position automatically. Click to send the set values to the camera and confirm 7 Set the active or inactive windows. reset it as an active window. The status lamp turns green when the background Note image has been acquired. Note The setting items for unattended object detection appear. • Although the display on the monitor quickly responds the overlapped portion will be regarded as an to the setting being performed as you change the size inactive area. use an image with as little motion as possible. After changing. 1 Set the PTZ position. image. or Inactive to set it as an inactive area. time to complete acquiring of the background Repeat steps 2 to 11 for each preset position. When you acquire a background image. If the active window is hidden by an inactive window and its position or size cannot be changed. this period. The setting will be window is displayed over the active window on the cancelled if you do not click the OK button. It may take a long time until an unattended object is detected. Select Active to set Window 1 as an active area. When you select Preset position for PTZ position. as an object by mistake. it will take a long perform settings for other preset positions. temporarily change the active window To set the unattended object detection to an inactive window and change the position and function size. 2 Select the camera position where you want to 10 Check whether an unattended object is detected activate detection. the settings. 13 Set Detection time.OK button 6 Adjust the position and size of Window 1. Set the unattended object detection function as follows: 8 Set the function for Window 2 to Window 4. Place an object in the window and confirm that select the desired preset position from the Position unattended object detection works correctly.

Note If you select Moving object or Unattended object in Note the Common tab when no window is set to Active. If you set Alarm interval to 5 minutes. output if the specified period has elapsed. An alarm will be detection. You can set the time between 1 and 12 hours. None. so that an alarm will be output every 5 minutes repeatedly after an unattended object is detected. Unattended object setting Tab Note Use this tab to set the alarm time for unattended object Set Release time to a larger value than Detection time. for example. Release time Set the period of time required when the object once regarded as an unattended object is regarded as a background. An alarm will no longer be output if the specified period has elapsed as the object once regarded as an unattended object is regarded as a background. If Stay time for the tour function specified in the Preset position menu (page 66) is shorter than Detection time. Configuration Tab Administrating the Camera Time setting Unattended object detection requires the following three kinds of time settings. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. You can set the time between 40 seconds and 12 hours. detection. You can set the time between 1 and 6 hours. the camera will move to the next preset position before the object is regarded as an unattended object. None is displayed in the list. Alarm interval You can repeat the alarm output in an interval of the preset time after an object has been regarded as an unattended object. Unattended object detection. Detection time Set the period of time from when an object appears in an Setting list active window and stops or when an object in an active window disappears until the point when that object is Lists the settings for each position: Moving object regarded as an unattended object. 90 Setting the Object Detection Function — Object detection Menu .

Stop bits Administrating the Camera Select the stop bit that corresponds to the peripheral device connected to the serial interface from 1 or 2 (bits). refer to the dealer of your camera or Sony professional products service counter nearby. As for the command list of VISCA protocol. Selectable baud rates are shown below. TCP port No. Specify a port number (1024 to 65535) other than established port numbers. Type the port number corresponding to the TCP port. You can also input data from a peripheral device via an external serial interface and output them to the computer Character length via a network. of serial interface from among none. Transmitting with External Equipment Using the External Serial Terminal — Serial Menu 91 . TCP: Select when you use the TCP port to input and output data through the external serial interface. box becomes active. VISCA: Select when you control the camera with VISCA protocol. When you click in the Administrator menu. Using this menu.” When TCP is selected. 19200. 2400. OK/Cancel See “Buttons common to every menu” on page 31. Using this method. you can input data into the camera Parity bit from the computer via a network and output them to the Select a parity that corresponds to the peripheral device external serial interface to control a peripheral device. 4800. • This camera does not correspond to the daisy chain Transmitting with connection of a VISCA device. odd or even. Use the camera and the controller one-on-one. 9600. Notes • When you execute serial control with VISCA protocol. Select the character length that corresponds to the peripheral device connected to the serial interface from 7 or 8 (bits). 1200 (bps) the Serial menu is displayed. Mode Select the mode of data transmission/reception via a network: TCP port or VISCA protocol. External Equipment Baud rate Using the External Serial Select a baud rate that corresponds to the peripheral Terminal — Serial Menu device of serial interface. match the transmission setting with the connected controller. 38400. you can easily check data communications through the serial port by DOS command “telnet [host name] [port number].

disable the Windows Firewall function. This section explains how to use the application software and commands. to assign an IP address and to set the network.264 image. see “Assigning the IP Address to the Camera” on page 8 in “Preparation”. select Program. see “Configuring Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Configuring Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. including the supplied CD- Note ROM. For the setting. The bandwidth cannot be controlled for the MPEG4 or H. 5 Click OK. 92 Using the Supplied IP Setup Program . then 3 Click to select the desired bandwidth from the Setting bandwidth list box. In that case. Otherwise the IP Setup Program will not operate correctly. The current bandwidth is displayed in Current Setup Program bandwidth. click Allow. password in each box. Others Bandwidth control Tab You can set the communication bandwidth for the JPEG image. Network tab appears. or Windows Vista. The IP Setup Program detects The factory settings of both items are “admin. If “Setting OK” is displayed. IP Setup Program and IP Setup Program in sequence. the bandwidth setting When you are using Windows Vista. For Others example. 2 Click to select the camera to set the bandwidth from the list box. In this case. • If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. Explains the functions except those of the Network tab in the IP Setup Program. see “Assigning the IP Address to the Camera Using ARP Commands” on page 109.” cameras connected to the local network and lists them on the Network tab window. Account Control – An unidentified program wants access to your computer” may appear. disable the software or assign an IP address to the camera using another method. message “User is completed. 4 Type the Administrator name and Administrator The IP Setup Program starts. Starting the IP Setup Program Select Program from the Start menu of Windows. Notes • The IP Setup Program may not operate correctly if you use a personal firewall or antivirus software in your computer. To install the IP Setup Program. 1 Click the Bandwidth control tab to display the Using the Supplied IP bandwidth setting window.

Rebooting the Camera Click Reboot on the Network tab to reboot the camera. Manual current date time setting Set the current date and time on the Manual current date time setting boxes. You can select multiple cameras and set the date and time simultaneously.Date time Tab Note You can set the date and time on the camera. date. 5 Set the date and time. You can set the date and time in two ways. month. Due to network properties. It will take about two minutes to start again. and click OK. PC current date time setting The date and time set on the computer is displayed in the PC current date time setting box. setting window. Click OK on the right to set the camera’s date and time to coincide with the displayed computer's date and time. hour. Others 2 Click to select the camera that you want to set the date and time for. there may be a slight difference between the displayed computer's date and 1 Click the Date time tab to display the date/time time and those set on the camera. 3 Select the date/time format from the Date time format drop-down list. Using the Supplied IP Setup Program 93 . 4 Select the area where the camera is installed from the Time zone selecting drop-down list. The setting boxes are for the year (last two digits). minutes and seconds from left to right.

The “File Download” dialog opens. or Windows Vista. double-click on the index. you cannot install the tool data to be transmitted. G. CD-ROM. browser.726 32 kbps read it carefully and accept the agreement to G. 3 Check Select in the Microphone section. – Even when the certificate was not issued by a trust 2 Connect a microphone to the microphone input jack worthy certification authority on the computer. the Certificate If the microphone input jack of the computer is not set Revocation List are not checked. A cover page appears automatically in your Web browser. page 12. another user will not be able to transmit Others sound to the camera. 2 Click Volume in the Sound Recording section on If it does not appear automatically in the Web the Audio tab.726 40 kbps If the Software License Agreement is displayed. pop-up “AutoPlay” may appear. no sound is transmitted from the computer and • The model on sale in China does not support the SSL nothing is output from the speaker connected to the function. G. The supplied SNC audio upload tool allows you to transmit sound from the computer to the camera. 1 Connect a speaker to the 5 (line output) jack on the camera. correctly. Delete the downloaded file. Installing the SNC audio upload tool On Windows XP 1 Select Sounds and Audio Device from Control 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. connect a microphone device to the computer and check that the recording 2 Click the Setup icon of SNC audio upload tool. see upload tool — Transmitting “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing Audio to Camera software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. correctly. “Installing On Windows Vista software” in “When using Windows Vista” on There are no settings regarding the microphone jack. as follows. For details. If recording cannot be made. Set the microphone input jack from the control panel of Windows. 3 Click Open. Meanwhile. a message regarding the active contents may appear.htm file on the The Recording Control window opens. and click the Setup icon again. G. When you are using Windows Vista. Audio CODEC Transmission rate G711 (µ-LAW) 64 kbps 4 Install the SNC audio upload tool following the wizard displayed. • SSL connection is established in the following cases.726 16 kbps Connecting the Camera to the Notes Computer • Only one user can transmit sound to the camera. For details.726 24 kbps continue with the installation. Panel. – Even when the certificate is invalid – Even when the common name in the certificate is Note invalid • Even if any Internet Explorer is set up. When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or Using the SNC audio later. camera. 94 Using the SNC audio upload tool — Transmitting Audio to Camera . Note If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File The SNC audio upload tool supports the following audio Download” dialog. device operates correctly. This section explains the setup and operations of the SNC audio upload tool.

For details. camera. When it is not checked. The Proxy setting is applicable to all cameras. Click this button to hide the camera list. You can then enable these functions simultaneously for multiple cameras. or Windows Vista. see “User ID/Password” on that are connected to the local network after the page 96. proxy server. Setting tab Use this menu to set the camera to transmit audio from Codec a computer or upload an audio file. Click it again to display the camera list. see “Configuring Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows XP Single sign-on: Select On to use the same user ID and Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Configuring same password for all the cameras. cameras.” displayed automatically. Set the User ID and Password for the administrator. The user ID specified here is applicable to all cameras that are not equipped with the audio feature. Using the SNC audio upload tool — Transmitting Audio to Camera 95 . direct communications with the camera is performed. You cannot use individual proxy settings for each camera. Using the SNC audio upload tool When you start the SNC audio upload tool. disable the Windows Firewall The factory setting of the User ID for the Administrator function. The same settings will be recalled when the camera is rebooted. The administrator password specified here the left end of the row. User ID: This item can be set when Single sign-on is set • The SNC audio upload tool cannot detect the network to On. Select Off to set Windows Firewall” in “When using Windows Vista” the user ID and password individually for each on page 12. • The SNC audio upload tool cannot detect the cameras For the setting with Off. the Setting Note tab is displayed.1 Select Sound from Control Panel. program has started. Password: This item can be set when Single sign-on is Camera select checkbox: The check box is located on set to On. Notes User • If you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. Save camera setting Check this box to store the current settings and camera list in the Setting tab. Proxy port: Type the port number used for communications with the proxy server. enable audio transmission and audio file uploading for that camera. Select this check box to is applicable to all cameras. Select the check box on the left of the row to enable audio transmission and audio file uploading for that camera. communications. Proxy MAC address: Displays the MAC address of the Check this box when you use a proxy server for network camera. Up to 256 cameras can be displayed in the list. 2 Open the Recording tab and check that Windows Proxy address: Type the IP address or host name of the has recognized the hardware correctly. it automatically detects Sony network cameras connected to the local Others network and displays them in the camera list. Select the audio mode (Codec) from the drop-down list. Target camera(s) (Camera list) When the SNC audio upload tool starts.” and the Password is “admin. Otherwise the camera list may not be is “admin. Auto detect: Select On to obtain the proxy setting automatically from Internet Explorer.

Click this button to delete the selected camera(s) from Select the camera(s) from the camera list and click this the camera list.” Add Use this item when you add a new network camera to the camera list manually. and the following dialog opens. If an error occurs when you switch from the Setting tab to the Audio upload tab or the Voice alert tab. button. the camera Others is shown in red. You can transmit audio to multiple cameras displayed in the camera list simultaneously. “DHCP” is shown at the end of the IP address when the IP address is obtained with a DHCP server. exist in the network. Audio upload tab Use this menu to transmit audio from the computer to the camera. Type the user ID and password for the administrator and Note on switching the tab click OK. This is • An error dialog appears if the specified IP address usable when you delete all the cameras from the list or already exists in the camera list. or does not cameras. Click this button. Type the IP address and port number for the camera to be added and click OK. The password is shown with turned letters. The factory settings of both items are “admin. Note If you select multiple cameras from the camera list. Serial: Displays the serial number of the network camera. User: Displays the specified user ID and password. check the camera settings and the user ID and password settings. Before transmitting. Model: Displays the model name of the network camera. Use this item when you specify the user ID and password to communicate with the selected camera(s) Delete only. Select all Notes Click to select all the cameras in the camera list. the same user ID and password are set for all the selected cameras. In this case. 96 Using the SNC audio upload tool — Transmitting Audio to Camera . • You cannot add new cameras if the maximum of 256 User ID/Password cameras has been displayed in the camera list. IP address: Displays the IP address of the network camera. and the following dialog opens. is assigned for a specify the same user ID and password for all the device other than the network camera. set Audio upload to Enable on the Common tab of the Camera menu.

shows playback progress. IP address: Displays the IP address of the network camera.vof. camera. (playback) Target camera(s) (Camera list) To start playback.) computer microphone. Notes • Audio transmission stops if you switch the tab during the transmission. Sound adjustment and indicators Adjust the microphone input volume by moving the slider bar. Using the SNC audio upload tool — Transmitting Audio to Camera 97 . DHCP server. Ready: The camera is ready for connection. When you click it during recording. The recorded file is displayed as “RecordedFile. The microphone input volume is displayed at the Level. if necessary. and SSL connection is enabled if you set SSL function to you can review the recorded sound or upload the “ON” in the SSL tab of the Network menu. list simultaneously. “DHCP” is shown at the end of the IP (stop) address when the IP address is obtained with a Click to stop recording or playback. recording stops. connection is established even when “Allow HTTP When you click it during playback.N (start) / x (stop) Voice alert tab Click N (start) to start audio transmission. You can check the recorded sound or the contents of the The list shows the information and status of the selected selected audio file. mark the progress bar display returns to the start position. appears on the left side of IP address of “Target camera(s)” in this tool when SSL connection is (recording) established. audio file to multiple cameras selected from the camera To stop the audio transmission. • Audio may be interrupted when the IP address is changed if Obtain an IP address automatically (DHCP) is set on IP address in the Network menu. open the recorded file or another Displays the cameras selected with the camera select audio file and click this icon. You can adjust the microphone volume recorded audio file to the camera. You can adjust the volume even during transmission. the progress bar cameras. Click it again to Others display the camera list. playback stops and connection for some clients” is checked.” Status: Displays the current status of the camera. You can upload the and enable/disable the muting. click x (stop). The codec specified in the Setting tab is used for the Serial: Displays the serial number of the network recording. Notes Connected: The camera connection is successful. (The model on sale in China does not Click to start recording of the sound input to the support the SSL function. Click to enable/disable sound muting. Click this button to hide the camera list. During playback. • Recording or playback stops if you switch the tab Fault: The camera connection is unsuccessful. The Use this menu to record the sound through the transmission speed is displayed in the Bitrate box during microphone connected to the computer and upload the transmission. Sending: Audio data being transmitted • The recorded file is not stored in the computer. checkbox of the camera list in the Setting tab. SSL recording to the camera. during recording or playback. The maximum recording time is Model: Displays the model name of the network 30 seconds. camera. The transmission rate is displayed in the Bitrate box. • Audio may be interrupted if you transmit it to many cameras simultaneously.

the audio file is Tip automatically uploaded to voice alert number 1. Set the camera using the Setting tab. upload audio files. SSL connection is established even when “Allow HTTP Others connection for some clients” is checked. The audio file name will be “RecordedFile” + “Voice Inquiry: The camera information is being asked for. SSL connection is enabled if you set SSL function to “ON” in the SSL tab of the Network menu. transmission. camera. alert function. upload the audio file. Uploading: The audio file is being uploaded. Click this button to hide the camera list. play the selected audio file or upload it to the camera. on the recorded time. Ready: The camera is ready for connection. Only one audio file can be uploaded to the camera at a time. Recording/playback progress bar (upload) Click to upload the recorded or selected audio file to the camera specified in the Setting tab. Uploading the recorded audio file to the • The audio file is uploaded to the same voice alert camera number on all the cameras in the camera list. • The audio file name for the camera selected in the Succeeded: The audio file uploading is successful. • The voice alert number select is disabled if the camera No Privilege: The camera is not authorized to specified in the Setting tab has old-version software. The list shows the information and status of the selected cameras. the maximum time of the bar depends display the camera list. Note Uploading a new audio file overwrites the audio file You can check recording or playback progress with this previously uploaded to the camera. create an audio file and set the camera for audio uploading. bar. During recording. select 1 when Serial: Displays the serial number of the network uploading to voice alert 1. to the camera. “DHCP” is shown at the end of the IP address when the IP address is obtained with a Voice alert number select DHCP server. Click it again to During playback. You can checkbox of the camera list in the Setting tab. Notes Fault: The audio file uploading is unsuccessful. (The model on sale in China does not support the SSL function. click on the camera in the camera list. camera list is displayed here. 98 Using the SNC audio upload tool — Transmitting Audio to Camera .vof” if you upload an audio file No func: The camera does not support the Voice recorded using and not stored in the computer. “Not uploaded” is displayed if no audio file is uploaded Status: Displays the current status of the camera. The name of the uploaded audio file is displayed to the Progress: Displays the progress of audio file right of the number. camera. To check the uploaded file name. mark appears on the left side of IP address of “Target camera(s)” in this tool when SSL connection is established. For example. the right end of the bar represents 30 seconds and the remaining recording time is displayed below the bar. If the camera has old-version software. Target camera(s) (Camera list) (file open) Displays the cameras selected with the camera select Click to select a previously saved audio file. Before operating. alert number” + “.) Model: Displays the model name of the network Specify the voice alert number to which you want to camera. (save) IP address: Displays the IP address of the network Click to save the recorded audio file to the computer.

player — Playing Video/ Recording will stop automatically in 30 seconds. Note If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File Download” dialog. or Windows Vista. Audio File Recorded with 3 Select the voice alert number. Using the SNC video 2 Click (stop) to stop recording. The supplied SNC video player allows you to play video/audio data recorded with the camera on your computer. Recording will stop automatically in 30 seconds. The “File Download” dialog opens. 2 Select the voice alert number. Uploading the saved audio file to the When you are using Windows Vista. 1 Click (recording) in the Voice alert tab to start recording. 4 Install the SNC video player following the wizard displayed. you cannot install the player correctly. CD-ROM.1 Click (recording) in the Voice alert tab to start recording. 2 Click the Setup icon of SNC video player. Saving the recorded audio file to the This section explains the setup and operations of the computer SNC video player. a message regarding the active contents may appear. If the Software License Agreement is displayed. and click the Setup icon again. select the audio file to be uploaded. Camera 4 Click (upload) to transmit the audio file to the camera. later. For details. Type the file name and browser. 3 Click Open. “Installing Others software” in “When using Windows Vista” on 1 Click (file open) in the Voice alert tab and page 12. For details. read it carefully and accept the agreement to continue installation. 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. Delete the downloaded file. double-click on the index. pop-up camera “AutoPlay” may appear. If it does not appear automatically in the Web The Save as dialog appears. A cover page appears automatically in your Web browser. 3 Click (save). Installing the SNC video player 2 Click (stop) to stop recording. Using the SNC video player — Playing Video/Audio File Recorded with Camera 99 . see “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12.htm file on the save it. 3 Click (upload) to transmit the audio file to the When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or camera.

the original size of image is displayed. To stop playing. Date&time: Recording date and time 1 Start the SNC video player. Move it to the left end for the minimum volume. × 2 to change the view size. To freeze the movie temporarily. When you click × 1. × 1/2. Saving an image Click on the top of the screen. and file Click (capture) icon during playing or pause and the information dialog appears. The selected view size button flips. Serial number: Serial number of the camera with which the file is recorded. To restart playing from the beginning. × 1. Record event: Type of event used for the Using the SNC video player recording: Sensor input or Motion detection. and playback will start from the position of the slide bar. Click (speaker) to enable/disable the sound muting. Click again to restart playing from the frozen point. click (pause). click (stop). Video: Video Codec Audio: Audio Codec 100 Using the SNC video player — Playing Video/Audio File Recorded with Camera . The monitor is displayed by the view size as you selected. 2 Others Click the (browse) icon. To save the image. File dialog Model name: Model name of the camera with which the file is recorded. no sound is heard even if you The Select File dialog opens. captured image is displayed in a pop-up dialog. Play stops when the file is played to the end. Playing from a specified point Move the slide bar below the image display. Adjusting the sound Adjust the playing sound volume by moving the slide bar. Changing the view size Click × 1/4. and to the right end for the maximum volume. click (start) again. When sound muting is on. click Save on the dialog. IP address: IP address of the camera with which the file is recorded. × 2 is available only for 640 × 480 (VGA) size or less. You can specify the destination to which the image is to be stored and select the JPEG or Bitmap format. 3 Select the file you want to play. Playing a video/audio file Click (start) to start playing from the beginning of the selected file. move the slide bar.

a message regarding the active contents may appear. you can move the camera to read it carefully and accept the agreement to the desired position simply by clicking on the image. check the setting sale in China does not support the SSL function. administrator of the camera to be connected. you cannot install the creator correctly. Tip The factory settings of both items are “admin.) position and the E. When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. If the Software License Agreement is displayed. To use the SNC panorama creator. When you are using Windows Vista. This section explains the setup and operations of the SNC panorama creator. 2 Click the Setup icon of SNC panorama creator. A cover page appears automatically in your Web browser. The supplied SNC panorama creator allows you to 4 Install the SNC panorama creator following the create a panorama image to be displayed on the main wizard displayed. double-click on the index. Using the SNC panorama creator Note The SNC panorama creator consists of the Main tab to The SNC panorama creator does not support SSL create a panorama image and the Setting tab to prepare connection. Delete the downloaded file. viewer. the Setting selected. Using the panorama image. On and HTTP connection for some clients is not When you start the SNC panorama creator. see “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on Administrator name: Type the ID of the administrator page 12. For details.” Using the SNC panorama creator — Creating a Panorama Image 101 . flip setting of the Common tab in the Camera menu with the viewer. of the camera to be connected. Note Using the SNC If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File panorama creator Download” dialog. Installing the SNC panorama Others Setting tab creator Before creating a panorama image. set the SSL function to On and select the HTTP connection for some Note clients. For details. set the following items in the Setting tab to allow connection to the 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. and click the — Creating a Panorama Image Setup icon again. “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. Administrator password: Type the password of the 3 Click Open. or Windows Vista. tab is displayed. camera. continue installation.htm file on the CD-ROM. (The model on Before creating a panorama image. The “File Download” dialog opens. the SNC panorama creator can not be used. or set the SSL function to Off. When the SSL function (page 51) is set to for connection to the camera. If it does not appear automatically in the Web browser. pop-up “AutoPlay” may appear.

center of the viewer. Main tab Note The size of the image in the file should be 320 × 90 pixels (horizontal/vertical). Other image sizes are not supported. the center position of the set camera Saving a custom image to the movement area is set as the camera home position.: Type the port number of the the camera to the main subject before starting shooting. reduce or 3 Click Send to transmit the panorama image to the move the created rectangle. camera. A panorama image will be created in about two minutes. The panorama image is saved in the camera. When you use a proxy server for camera connection. When you set the camera movement area without changing the factory-set home position. right. 102 Using the SNC panorama creator — Creating a Panorama Image . Note Do not perform settings of the camera or move the Viewer camera during shooting. 2 Specify the camera movement area by dragging the mouse to draw a rectangle on the panorama image. It takes about two to be connected. Others Creating and transmitting a panorama image 1 Click Make on the Main tab to start shooting. Angle setting The specified camera movement area will be Specify the camera movement area on the panorama effective when the panorama image is saved in the image. Send Transmits a panorama image converted into a JPEG file to the camera. Camera address: Type the IP address or host name of Make the camera to be connected. To create a clear Proxy server address: Type the IP address or host name panorama image. camera. • The edges of the panorama image may not be camera displayed correctly when the camera is zoomed in. proxy server. You can save a custom image to the camera in spite of the panorama image shot by the camera. You can enlarge. a panorama image is being created. set Exposure mode to Full auto and of the proxy server. To erase the rectangle. click the mouse. minutes to create a complete panorama image. White balance to Auto in the Camera menu and point Proxy server port No. panorama image. Starts shooting to create a panorama image (a complete Camera port No. File open Preparations for connecting to the camera are now Allows use of a Bitmap or JPEG image file in spite of a completed. Drag the mouse to draw a rectangle within which the camera movement is limited.: Type the port number of the camera 360-degree panorama image). The created panorama image is displayed in the upper viewer. Note check the Use proxy check box and set the following The exposure and white balance settings are fixed while items. Notes You can use the saved panorama image when you • The home position of the factory setting is set to the control panning and tilting from the main viewer.

mask parts of the camera image to be transmitted. The “File Download” dialog opens. used. 2 Click the Setup icon of SNC privacy masking tool. or set the SSL function to Off. check the mouse to draw a rectangle on the panorama image. The supplied SNC privacy masking tool allows you to The File dialog opens. “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. create the panorama image again. double-click on the index. or Windows Vista. If it does not appear automatically in the Web browser. the SNC privacy masking tool can not be camera. set the SSL function to On and select the HTTP connection for You can use the saved image when you control panning some clients. When the SSL function (page 51) is set to On and HTTP connection for some clients is not 4 Click Send to transmit the prepared image to the selected. 2 Select the image you have prepared.Prepare the image to conform to the following requirements: • File format: JPEG or Bitmap Using the SNC privacy • Image size: 320 × 90 pixels (horizontal/vertical) The camera does not support use of images that do not masking tool — Masking a conform to the above conditions. For details. When tool the camera is moved or when the layout around the camera is changed.htm file on the CD-ROM. For details. connection. To use the SNC privacy masking tool. Using the SNC privacy masking tool — Masking a Camera Image 103 . A cover page appears automatically in your Web browser. Notes 3 Specify the camera movement area by dragging the • Before setting for the privacy masking.) Tip The panorama image is the still image converted from Installing the SNC privacy masking Others the image taken when you were going to create a panorama image with “SNC panorama creator”. When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. When you are using Windows Vista. The image is saved in the camera. flip setting of the Common The specified camera movement area will be tab in the Camera menu with the viewer. setting position and the E. a message regarding the active contents may appear. see “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. effective when the panorama image is saved in the • The SNC privacy masking tool does not support SSL camera. model on sale in China does not support the SSL function. Camera Image 1 Click File open on the Main tab. 3 Click Open. 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. pop-up “AutoPlay” may appear. (The and tilting from the main viewer.

read it carefully and accept the agreement to check the Use proxy check box and set the following continue installation. the camera to be connected. prepare for connection to the camera.: Type the port number of the tool proxy server. Proxy server address: Type the IP address or host name of the proxy server. Using the SNC privacy masking Proxy server port No. Camera port No. items. Setting tab Before creating a privacy mask. Delete the downloaded file. the Main tab window is not displayed even if you click on Administrator name: Type the ID of the administrator the Main tab. set the following items in the Setting tab to allow connection to the camera. and click the Camera address: Type the IP address or host name of Setup icon again. Main tab Set the privacy mask. the Setting tab is displayed. When you use a proxy server for camera connection. wizard displayed. Others Note If the video codec of the camera is set to H. administrator of the camera to be connected. you cannot install the program correctly.” Download” dialog.264. select JPEG or MPEG4 in Mode of the Administrator password: Type the password of the Camera menu (page 42) and operate again.: Type the port number of the camera 4 Install the SNC privacy masking tool following the to be connected. Note Tip If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File The factory settings of both items are “admin. The SNC privacy masking tool consists of the Main tab Preparations for connecting to the camera are now to set the privacy mask positions and the Setting tab to completed. If the Software License Agreement is displayed. 104 Using the SNC privacy masking tool — Masking a Camera Image . When you start the SNC privacy masking tool. of the camera to be connected. In this case.

operate as Click the arrow button of the direction in which you follows: want to move the camera. The left end is the WIDE end. Zooming continues while the button remains 2 Click the point where you want to set the privacy mask on the viewer. call or delete the privacy mask. if image. and click to zoom in. to the clicked point. Panorama image area The panorama image created with the supplied SNC Color panorama creator is displayed. Using the SNC privacy masking tool — Masking a Camera Image 105 . symmetrical with respect to the center of the viewer.1 to No. The current zoom status is shown on the zoom bar. Red. 1 Move the camera to the position you want to set a privacy mask using the control panel in the Main Others tab. color. The Click Set and the portion of the viewer image is color last selected is applied. If you select Transparent. the background at the bottom may be seen. The color is common to every privacy mask. the camera moves so that the the panorama image area. Green. Gray. The privacy mask positions are shown with numbers in If you click on the image. Note Set: Register the area specified on the viewer as a privacy mask area. Cyan. Setting a privacy mask Pan/tilt control To set a privacy mask in a favorite position. center of the image. Blue. 5 Select the desired privacy mask number in the down list. The color is The positions of the registered privacy masks are shown common to every privacy mask.8) Allows you to set. The privacy mask area is a rectangle that is Click to move the zoom to the TELE end. the camera moves through. clicked point goes to the center of the image. a background is seen If you click on the panorama image. Keep it pressed to move the camera continuously. 4 Select the color of the mask from the Color drop- You can set up to eight privacy masks and the mask down list. The selectable colors are as follows: Black. the camera is tilted beyond +70°. Yellow. • When using the privacy mask function.Viewer Tip A live image of the camera is displayed. The color of the privacy mask is that selected with the Color drop. set Stabilizer Note to Off. and the right end is the TELE end. Call: Click to face the camera to the privacy mask position. (page 39) • If the mask area is close to the bottom end of the The mask cannot be set on the viewer by clicking Set. Zoom control Click to zoom out. 3 Specify the privacy mask area by dragging the mouse on the viewer. Notes The mask is displayed on the viewer. privacy mask setting section and click Set of the corresponding number. White. masked with the privacy mask. simultaneously. Note Magenta The default image is shown when no panorama image All clear: Click to delete all the privacy masks has been created. with numbers in this area. Click to move the zoom to the WIDE end. Clear: Click to delete the privacy mask. PTZ Controller (control panel) Allows you to pan. Specify the color of privacy masks. Privacy mask setting section (No. You can specify the position of the privacy mask in this area. The clicked point goes to the pressed. tilt and zoom the camera.

pop-up “AutoPlay” may appear. For details.) Tilt angle: 0° to +70° Notes on creating the homepage When you are creating the homepage. double-click on the index. The If it does not appear automatically in the Web privacy mask may not be set in areas close to the end of browser. 2 Click the Start icon of Custom Homepage Installer.htm file on the pan/tilt operation.0 MB or Others less. see “Installing software” in “When using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later” on page 10 or “Installing 106 Using the Custom Homepage Installer . When you are using Windows Vista. The “File Download” dialog opens. When the SSL function (page 51) is set to On and HTTP connection for some clients is not selected. CD-ROM. Note The Custom Homepage Installer does not support SSL connection. For details. “Installing software” in “When using Windows Vista” on page 12. Privacy mask setting range The setting range of the privacy mask is limited as Using the Custom follows: Homepage Installer Pan angle: No limit The supplied Custom Homepage Installer allows you to store the homepage that you have created in the camera and watch it. set the Homepage in the System menu. • The file name should be typed using up to 24 characters including the extension. A cover page appears automatically in your Web The privacy mask area is a rectangle that is specified browser. note the following points. a message regarding the active contents may appear. set the SSL function to On and select the HTTP connection for some clients. When you are using Windows XP Service Pack 2 or later. • To see the created homepage. (The model 360° on sale in China does not support the SSL function. To use the Custom Homepage Installer. the Custom Homepage Installer can not be used. with respect to the center of the camera image. or set the SSL function to Off. or Windows Vista. Uploading the homepage to the 70° camera using the Custom Homepage Installer Note 1 Insert the CD-ROM in your CD-ROM drive. • The file size of the homepage should be 2.

and click Next. accept it. message “User Account Control – An unidentified program wants access to your computer” may appear. The installer starts and notes are displayed. server port No. Note If you cannot establish communications with the camera using the proxy server being used. set the following: For the proxy server of your environments. Select Use FTP proxy server. select Agree if you page 12. consult Note your network administrator. connect the camera to the local network and run the installer without using the proxy server. is set to 80. Double-click the saved file to start it. boxes. 7 Specify the HTTP port No. When you are using Windows Vista. and type your CustomHomepageInstaller.exe file will be saved on settings in the Proxy server address and Proxy the computer. 9 Type the Administrator name and Administrator password of the camera to be uploaded. then click Next. Others 8 When you use a proxy server. Initial HTTP port No. When using an FTP proxy server: The Software License Agreement is displayed. the Select Use HTTP proxy server. boxes. The factory settings of both items are “admin. 3 Click Open. software” in “When using Windows Vista” on 5 Read the agreement carefully. In this case. and type your settings in the Proxy server address and Proxy server port No. 6 Type the IP address of the camera to be uploaded in the IP address box. If you click “Save this program to disk” on the “File When using an HTTP proxy server: Download” dialog. of the camera. 4 Read the notes carefully. click Allow.” Using the Custom Homepage Installer 107 .

10 Confirm that all items are correct. 13 Click Finish to exit the program. 11 Type the path for the folder in which your After displaying this page. 108 Using the Custom Homepage Installer . Others 12 Click OK. the camera will be homepage is stored in the Source folder box. and then click Next. or adjusted and rebooted automatically in five click to select the folder. then click Next. Uploading of the homepage file starts. minutes. Note Do not turn off the camera until the camera is rebooted after uploading the homepage file. The following page will appear after a while.

using the following ARP commands. Connect the network correctly.168.100 08-00-46-21-00-00 ping -t 192..168.168. the network connection has a problem. arp -d 192. hold down Ctrl and press C.100 3 When the following line is displayed on the command prompt. execute the operation within 5 minutes. Address to the Camera Using ARP Commands This section explains how to assign an IP address to the camera using ARP (Address Resolution Protocol) commands without using the supplied IP Setup Program.0. If not..100 Note If you do not receive a reply. then input the following code. execute the ARP and PING commands within 5 minutes.0. 1 Open the command prompt on the computer. turn off the camera and restart the operation. Reply from 192.168. The display stops. You will normally receive a reply after about 5 repetitions of “Request time out.” 4 Wait until the execution of PING finishes. 2 Enter the IP address and the MAC address of the camera to assign a new IP address.0. – Did you enter the IP address previously used for another device? Assign a new IP address to the camera. – Is the NETWORK indicator on the camera flashing? If the indicator goes off. Also when you restart the camera. Note When you turn on the camera. – Do the computer and the camera have the same network address? Assigning the IP Address to the Camera Using ARP Commands 109 .0. arp -s <Camera's IP address> <Camera's MAC address> ping -t <Camera's IP address> Others Example: arp -s 192. set the same network address on the computer Assigning the IP and the camera.100:bytes=32 time. check the following: – Did you enter the ARP commands within 5 minutes after it was turned on? If not.

.7 <Command> var community=“private.6 GET.4.sysLocation.9 1 describes the case of “mib-2.snmpEnable Using CGI commands.. To allow these settings. This example shows when “1” and access limitation.0” in the sysObjectID. similarly to 7.8501” .0”.. You cannot change this parameter. the community name “private”.192.2 The unit supports the following setting commands of var sysLocation=“” .. First.101”..0. 2.system. 6 describes the case of “mib-2.read. (enable) is set. POST This example shows the identification number <Command> ID=2. The maximum length of <string> is 255 characters.0” in the is set at the factory.sysContact. You cannot change this parameter.168.0.0”. sysContact. and enables sending of traps to the host having the IP address With the above inquiry.. and the this camera.5 <Method> var snmpEnableAuthenTraps=“1” .4 var sysName=“” .system.101”. host to send traps... 1) sysLocation=<string> 2 describes the case of “mib-2. the (standard format) community name “public”.read. Set the case of “mib-2. The maximum length of <string> is 255 characters. <string> position. Authentication failure trap which informs of an illegal access using SNMP. Using the SNMP This field is used to describe the information on administrator of this camera.0”. (JavaScript parameter format) Others 9 describes the attributes to send a trap.. Management Protocol). you need there is an Authentication failure.168.0.0”..system. perform the settings of the following parameters.system.0. and enables read from any following CGI commands. a trap occurs when 2 objects...168.0.1. Setting Commands var sysDescr=“SNC-RZ50” .0. Nothing is set at the This unit supports SNMP (Simple Network factory.3. This example shows the identification number “ID=1”. no Authentication failure trap occurs.168.3 SNMP. <string> position. you can set community name AuthenTraps. the You can check the SNMP Agent settings using the community name public.. Inquiry Commands 7 describes the community attributes. sysDescr.0”. This field is used to describe 2) sysContact=<string> information on the location of this camera.0.0. 3 describes the case of “mib-2.system. (disable) is set. sysName.1 var sysObjectID=“1. Nothing is set at the factory.6. unit also supports the coldStart trap which occurs when This field is used to describe administration node of the power is turned on or the unit restarts. Nothing Set the case of “mib-2...0). 1.. IP address (0. and enables “read” by the SNMP request packet from the host “192.system. When “2” authentication by the camera administrator.8 var trap=“public. This example shows the identification number “ID=1”.system. <Method> 8 describes the community attributes.1. var sysContact=“” .101.1” . 4 describes the case of “mib-2. POST var community=“public.. The following explains the setting information using the inqjs=snmp (JavaScript parameter) format.1” . and some MIB. This 5 describes the case of “mib-2. setting information. GET. sysLocation.0.192.122. 110 Using the SNMP .0”.0.101. you can obtain the following “192. You can read MIB-2 objects using software such as SNMP manager software.2” .. With this setting.

SNMP restart command <Method> GET.<IpAddressString> Set the community attributes. check the changed settings using an inquiry commands. Example: To allow reading by any host in the “private” community and having the ID number “2”.3) sysName=<string> Set the case of “mib-2.0. Others <communityName> describes the community name to send traps to. Camera 4) enaAuthTraps=<value> For environmental reasons.0 6) trap=<ID>.private.snmp. The maximum length of When You Discard the <string> is 255 characters. EnableAuthenTraps. Example: To specify the destination of traps as the 2 Hold the board on which the lithium battery is public community and the ID number “1”.0 for any host). <ID> describes the community battery setting identification number (1 to 8). restart the SNMP using the following CGI command. <ID> describes the trap setting identification number (1 to 8). community=2. bend it in trap=1.0.r.0” in the <string> position. <ID> describes the setting identification number (1 to 8).system. <IpAddressString> Set the attributes send traps to.public. Then. take out the lithium battery Set the case value of “mib-2.101 the direction of the arrow illustrated below to detach the battery.sysName.r. POST WARNING (for service personnel only) <Command> There is danger of explosion if batteries are mishandled. Type “1” (enable) or “2” (disable) in the <value> 1 Remove the four screws illustrated below and position.0. 8) deltrap=<ID> This parameter is used to delete the previous setting of the host to send traps to. 7) delcommunity=<ID> This parameter is used to delete the previous Lithium community setting. Dispose of batteries properly in accordance with the manufacturer’s instructions and all applicable local regulations.168. When you have finished changing the SNMP setting information using the above parameters 1) to 8). <ID> describes the setting identification number (1 to 8) <communityName> describes the community name to be set.192. When You Discard the Camera 111 .snmp from the camera and discard it appropriately.0. 5) community=<ID>.<communityName>. <communityName>. attached using long-nose pliers.0.0. and <IpAddressString> describes the IP address of the host to send traps to. If the changed settings are OK. and <IpAddressString> describes the IP address of the host you allow access (0. detach the bottom panel.0” in the <string> position.

or for updating Abbreviation for Domain Name System server. government. Access is successful FTP client after the URL of the website is verified as matching the Software to be used for accessing the FTP server. EAP-TLS prevents data Software/hardware for coding/decoding video and audio falsification. The technology for creating ActiveX control is part of software developed Digital certificate by Microsoft. HTTP port Default gateway A port used to communicate between the web server and the web client such as a web browser. ARP commands The commands for checking the entry of the IP address DNS server and MAC address in a host computer. As an IP them. The A component program object that can be used with web DHCP server assigns the IP addresses to the terminals. Then the client computer Others The rate at which data bits are transmitted. Abbreviation for Advanced Encryption Standard. Frame rate Common name The number of frames of a moving image that can be A URL to be typed in the browser when you access a transmitted per a second. eavesdropping and spoofing. 112 Glossary . Capture To display the audio and video digital data from the EAP-TLS authentication video equipment on a computer. Zooming in/out function of an image without using an optical zooming function. An electronic certificate that a CA (Certificate Authority) attests that a public key to cancel a secret AES code is issued by an authentic publisher. This is the next-generation of encryption standard adopted by Digital zoom the U. network access. server’s common name. CA (Certificate Authority) A private authority that issues and controls digital EAP method certificates to be used for authentication regarding Abbreviation for Extensible Authentication Protocol. Device that can be used to access the other network. TLS is an authentication protocol of the EAP methods using Transport Layer Security. A domain name To limit the amount of transmitted data. When a client computer uses a domain name to connect to another Bit rate computer. This is a protocol extended from PPP (Point-to-Point Protocol) and having an authentication function. The IP address of a terminal without an individual IP address can be automatically distributed by ActiveX control the Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol (DHCP). pages or other application programs. the Bandwidth control Domain Name System was established. The difference in tone between the lightest and darkest portions of the image. it asks a DNS server to translate the name into the corresponding IP address. data. DHCP server Glossary Abbreviation for Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol server. By using digital Codec certificates and other methods. is alphabetic and is easier to remember. Contrast FTP server A server to be used to transfer files via a network.S. address required for connecting to the device on an IP network is numerical and difficult to remember. website employing SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) protocol with the security function. can obtain the IP address of the computer to be connected.

This is a shared key to JPEG make an encryption key. IP address Abbreviation for Internet Protocol Address. A server for storing incoming e-mail until you have read it. The standard The mode whereby a client FTP allows TCP connection written by the JVT (Joint Video Team) . a Network Access Server (NAS) such as that for dial-up and broadband access MPEG4 server is a RADIUS client. clearly distinguished. transmit the same data to multiple equipment. PSK sometimes means an still image compression technology or standards of the authentication system using a key previously shared. In Internet connecting service.264 is capable of transmitting video data at a POP server higher compression rate than that of MPEG4.0. Using this IP address enables you to cannot be used. NTP server SMTP server Network time server that transmits and receives time A server for sending or relaying e-mail messages information over the networks. Multicast Secondary DNS Server The class D IP address assigned between 224. a wireless LAN access point is a RADIUS client. an IP address.255. organization for standardization composed of ISO and ITU-T.255. RADIUS (Remote Authentication Dial-in User Service) is an authentication and accounting protocol managing MAC address network access. ISO (International Organization for Standardization) Others and ITU-T. An Primary DNS server individual IP address is basically assigned to each piece One of the DNS servers that can first reply to a request of equipment connected to the Internet. Abbreviation for Moving Picture Experts Group4.0. between servers. and a RADIUS client is a party that A network address that uniquely identifies each LAN accesses the network. Sharpness Network bandwidth The degree to which the boundary of two portions is Bit rate that can be used for networking.0 and Subsidiary DNS server used when a primary DNS server 239. In a wireless LAN system. Popularly used as image compression format RADIUS client on the Internet. Software that transfers the Java applet's byte code to the native code of your system to execute it. etc. The degree to which the color is pure.264 Passive mode One of the image compression formats. joint for data transmission to the FTP server. PSK Abbreviation for Pre-Shared Key. by connected devices or other DNS servers. Java applet Proxy server A program written in Java language that can be used in A server or software that acts as an intermediary the Web browser. used with TKIP in WPA Abbreviation for Joint Photographic Expert Group. The encryption standard. Glossary 113 . card. One of the MPEG standards for image compression format aiming to transmit images at a high compression rate Saturation with lower picture quality. Shared secret Network address A character string to be used for mutual authentication The portion that identifies the local network (subnet) in between RADIUS server and RADIUS client. between a local network and the Internet so that it can connect to the Internet in place of a computer on a local Java Virtual Machine network.255. H.H.

WPA2 Abbreviation for Wi-Fi Protected Access 2. TKIP Abbreviation for Temporal Key Integrity Protocol. TCP Abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol. WPA2 is a standard with which AES (Advanced Encryption Standard) is added to WPA. UDP Abbreviation for User Datagram Protocol. A standard protocol used for the Internet connection. TKIP is used for encryption method. and PSK and EAP are used for authentication protocol. Others TKIP provides high security because it changes encryption keys based on PSK during an on-going communication. WPA Abbreviation for Wi-Fi Protected Access. data on the Internet. Compared with the other protocol.4 GHz band devices. UDP can transmit data faster. SSL Abbreviation for Secure Sockets Layer. This is a 802. Subnet mask 32-bit stream used to distinguish the subnet address from the IP address. Compared with the other protocol. This is used in WPA encryption standard for wireless LAN. UDP. SNMP 802.11g A protocol for monitoring and managing network A wireless LAN standard that uses the 2. and provides a maximum data transmission rate of 54 Mbps.1X protocol developed by Netscape Communications A standard that performs user authentication and Corporation to be used for communications of encrypted dynamic key generation and traffic on a LAN. Unicast Transmission of the data to the specified equipment on a network by specifying a single address. A standard protocol used for the Internet connection. This is an encryption standard for wireless LAN. TCP. but reliable communication is not guaranteed. It provides higher security than the conventional WEP (Wired Equivalent Privacy) standard. TCP provides reliable communication but the communication speed is slower. 114 Glossary . In WPA.

...... 57 Digital zoom.................................................... 71.......................... 56 authenticator............................................................. 49 Alarm output Menu.............50........................................................................................... 75. 58..................... 67 Authentication...... 55..............49............................ 112 EAP-TLS authentication ....................................... 34 e-mail ................................. 69................ 47 Alarm interval . 57 Alarm recording ........................49................................................. 25 digital certificate........................ 112 ATA memory card ..................................... 41 daylight saving time ................................................................................. 91 Domain suffix. 20... 21 bit rate .............. 76 Active .............................................................. 73.. 22 Digital certificate.......................... 83 E Alarm sending............. 22 e-Mail (SMTP)....................................................................................... 38 Bandwidth control................................ 47 adaptive rate control......... 79 control authority...... 40 Date & time.. 32 Detection time ............. 38 administrator ............................ 49..................................... 38 Administrator e-mail address ....................... 42 Current date & time...............................29....................... 41 ActiveX viewer ....................................... 71............... 40 Contrast ...... 67..................................................... 29.. 78 CGI commands ....................................... 112 Default policy..........11g ........... 72.................................. 63 Administrator .......... 40 A date and time . 112 EAP method ...... 78. 41 e-Mail ... 47 Alarm out ...... 49 Index 115 .............. 74 camera .................. 56.................... 35 Adaptive rate control.. 22 alarm detection............... 57 Dynamic IP address notification .......... 32...... 92 Date time ............ 24 Alarm duration ...................................................................... 91 downloading images..................... 40 contrast................................. 67......... 79 Audio codec ............... 81 Clear....... 81 Active Directory....... 74 CF memory card ....................... 67... 20 Brightness . 49........................ 47 Alarm buffer. 40 control panel.................. 41 ActiveX viewer ............ 44....... 70....................................... 56.................... 46............................... 67..... 106 Numerics daylight saving time changes........... 78................. 45. 79 Cancel button .... 18 Camera ....... 86.........................................68......................................... 43............ 90 Effective period audio............................................ 39..... 35 CA (Certificate Authority) ............. 43 Day/Night mode................................. 29 ActiveX control......................... 62 CA certificate ............................................... 90 Character length ........... 43 C default gateway ............... 109 Common name . 93 Backup setting data ...... 91 Day/Night..................... 86 Alarm ............................ authentication .... 22 e-Mail (SMTP) notification......... 77 common name.... 31 Camera Menu....... 13............................... 16 Bit rate...................... 35 backlight compensation .................. 75....1X............ 74 Codec ....... 110 DNS server ....................................................... 114 Backlight compensation.......37...................................................... 77 Alarm output ................................ 90 alarm ......................................................... 28 audio output ... 78 character length...... 43 day/night mode........ 85 EAP ............. 73................. 59 baud rate.. 93 Access log .. 75 Capture.................. 35 abandoned object detection..................... 39 Antenna ............ 70 Color ...................... 114 B D 802................................ 62 Configuration ............................................... 74 Cropping................................................... 42 alarm output .. 35 Automatically adjust clock for Custom Homepage Installer................. 80 Audio upload............ 77 digital zoom.......... 41...................................................................... ................ 26 e-Mail (SMTP) Menu... 22................ 35 custom settings................ 37 Date and time format.... 35.............. 76. 32 Delete custom homepage .......... 68.... 112 Audio ......... 73.............................. 75.......................................................................... 78 client certificate........... 46................................. 65 Dual codec................. 47 Adjust.......... 22.....48..................... 38 Others Administrator menu ........................... 71................. 39 E........................................................................ 60 delete .......................... 41 802............................. 68......... 88 Baud rate ........................ 41 ... 78 Client certificate.......................... 64 Detection ........................................................ 112 alarm buffer............................ 92 Date_No.............. 112 camera position ... 67 Audio port number....68........... 79 Capacity warning ..... 70... 112 Alarm buffer Menu ............... 67... 22...............................................68........................... 45 Control panel.... 19........... 83 certificate request ............ 49 ARP commands ..................................................33...... 73 DHCP server ..... 18.. 74 Control .. 38 AES .... 56 cropping ...........11............................... flip................... 48 Common........ 39 Delete panorama image.................66......... 42 Index authentication server ......................... 39 Delete voice alert file ................ 71...... 32....................... 46.. 83 capture............................. 46... 84 bandwidth.....................................71... 91 day/night...... 75............................................................ 43 Default gateway...............

........................ 88 network connection type ....................................76 Information Bar message ...............84 FTP ..............73 FTP server name........50 monitor image.............................................................................................................73 FTP server Menu................................ 47 microphone................ 46.....41 M pan/tilt control mode ......43 focus mode ................................19 overwrite................... 43 IP address .......................44 F image memory.........................................43 network............. 70 Java ........................... 67.................................................................... 24...........50 Mode.............................................................................. 92 object detection.........................70 Home ............................................................. 71.......................70 OK button ..............31 FTP client Menu..........91 main viewer ......................................................... 33...............19 Pan/Tilt ....... 70......103 Parity bit ....................................................65 File attachment .......................... 67 Passphrase ...........42 Maximum wait number ..................... 22........ 75 image quality .............................................35 Format CF memory card . 73............................................34 Gain .............................................. 45 file name.77 Java applet viewer . 62 Iris..24 Exclusive control mode .....264 .........................................42...........40 image file.....11 No........ 62....34 passive mode .................77 JPEG.........................59 NTP server name .....................45 focus .......................82 HTTP port number ... 45......................... 71...... 87..................................34 HTTP requests.................... 67...........................28 Multicast address...........................................................35 Format ATA memory card.......................37 NTP server............. 78..... 80 Multicast streaming ..................68 Image quality.............39 N File.....37 Initialize..50...64 Message........50 moving object detection ...............64 Method ...........................................70 home position ..............................................70 L P G logging in.......... 50........................................... 32.................11 Network Menu............. 91 periodical e-mail sending .........34 FTP server function...65 format ..................................................................... 8......................86 Exposure compensation .......... 8... 32......... 21 H.. 74 homepage ................................34 MAC address ................ 113 mask .........................................................42 Network address/Subnet...........15 Others format of date and time ........................................................................ 26 gain .................45 ................................................... 45... 83.......84 FTP client ....68...........42 exposure mode.... 70................... 88 FTP client function.........21 Operation time.35 HTTP method.................................................45 Image memory................................................................... 29..........49 Homepage ............................................... 19.....39 Inactive ....... 75 multicast address .........................................40 I MPEG4 setting ................ 86.................... ................. 47 panorama image .34 Mic volume...39 Password.................................... 65....................... 87 exposure compensation ...............................................35 Interval...................76 Image file name ................91 H....................... 76 O Frame rate..........70 J operation mode ..42 FTP server .......... 77 Passive mode .....37 Internet Authentication Service...39 password..50 Moving object.........46 monitoring ..................... e-mail address............................................................................ 23.47 Folder structure of image memory information bar................... 79........................................49 Home position setting ................................................................................................................. 20.......41 Object size ........ 22..50 HTTP notification..........37 Internet Explorer .50 passphrase.........23.......................86......................... 26 Image size................................................................ 72...........44 Factory default....68...... 73.................................63 Focus mode ............................................ 72........264 setting .. 76.....................39 image size..........34 Microphone .................... 74...........50......................... 47 Object detection........................................ 70...40 HTTP server ................39 PC clock ......................................... 32................................... 32.................................... 74 Host name........ 20.............39 Name . 69.23 End time ................................ 78 frame rate ..................27 H parity.............................................................................19 Exposure mode...................32 multicast streaming................ 74... 69.....42 network bandwidth ................ 70....................................................................................37 Image memory Menu ................................................... 35.......................43 Network .41 Object detection Menu .......73 factory settings ............37 Image mode .... 22 Overwrite................................ 62..........69 116 Index ........ 28.............................................. 81 image mode ......45 extension..........................................................................22 memory........................... 80 iris... 24.................... 43 IP Setup Program .................41 pan/tilt.....................40 MPEG4......................... 15......................

........................................... 75 Restart .......................................49....... 65 sending images.................. 72............... 41 time zone ........................... 62................................ 71 Restore setting........... 85 suffix ....................................................................... 63 Subnet mask ................. 73 Single codec ............................................................... 81 remote path ............................................................ 71 SMTP server ..................... 74 Tour ................................................................. 13...... 110 Periodical recording .................................... 30....................... 30 R serial number............................................. 113 Time setting........ 65 Threshold slider bar .................. 67.................... 32 reset .... 50....................................................................... 72....................... 37 Start time ................................................................................. 74.. 33 recording images........... 64 SNC privacy masking tool .............................. 40 SNMP........... 33 Status lamp..................................................... 36 Preset position table ........... 72............... 33 T PTZ mode ........... 36 Primary DNS server ....................... 34 system................. 63 Suffix........................ 33 Proxy server name........ 69.......................... 71...................................................... 103 Sensor input 2 .... 28 superimpose ..................................... 94 tour . 41 Timer ............ 74 Saturation ....................................50.... 40 Re-type password... 66 Post-alarm period ........................... 82 Position .. 19............................................... 46. 75 preset position name .......................... 50................ 90 slow shutter ........ 33 Others Private key password...................... 67 Shared secret . 67.... 71................. 50 saves the setting data............................................ 91 threshold............ 73............................ 32................... 33.................... 87 Reboot ......................... 41 TLS mode... 22................. 46...... 63 subnet mask......................... 55 privacy mask ........ 30 Serial number ...........50. 33 Proxy port number ......... 23................. 33 Test ................................. 33 periodical sending ......... 65.......... 91 Pre-alarm period ................... 67 Preset call .........periodical recording ............. 90 recipient e-mail address ......................................................... 66 removed object detection ................. 37 software version ... 28...... 48............................................... 65 schedule... 69. 35 recording capacity of the alarm Shutter speed..................... 71 SMTP server name.................................................................................................... 39 port number....................... 99 trigger .................................................................. 48 Subject.................................... 41 stabilizer . 65... 34 serial interface ............................................ 35 Recording capacity ........ 22 time difference ...... 47 Sensor input 1 ............... 65 Security ................................. 114 Release time .......................................... 77 Superimpose......................... 50 Picture .................49......................................... 64.................. 66 System log................................. 37........... 83 shutter speed....................................................................................... 84 SNC audio upload tool........ 68.... 71......... 50 Sequence .............. 37..................................... 65 security ......... 86 Serial Menu..... 22. 83 Secondary DNS server ... 93 Set ........................ 40 SNC video player .... 88 Software version............................................. 44 Reset.......... 91 TCP/UDP .................... 46........... 33 TCP/UDP Transmission....................................................... 101 transmission port number.............................................. 33 Periodical sending... 81 buffer...................... 78 System.................................... 83 Slow shutter................... 41 Stabilizer ............. 82 Stay time .......................... 75 PSK ........... 29 S SSL............ 83 Schedule Menu.................. 49............. 113 Serial ......................................................................... 44 Preset........................... 114 POP server .............. 83 sharpness ... 33 Recording time..................................................................................... 78 supplicant ..... 66 Play .... 32 Security function........... 71 Resume time on inactivity............................. 39 POP server name.......................... 70 Speed....... 66 special tags ................ 50........................ 64 Security Warning....... 68...................................................... 57 Remote path ................. 65 Selected root directory ..................... 79 SSID ..... 42 Title bar name .................................................... 46....... 23 Index 117 ................................... 50 ..................... 82 Stop bits...........11................................... 47 Streaming ............... 38 proxy server ... 79 RADIUS client................... 86 Schedule............................................................................................ 64...... 41 Time zone........ 74............ 35 Recipient e-mail address ....... 67.................................................. 87 reboot ...................... 27 Security Menu ................................................................. 41 TKIP............................................ 67................................ 91 TCP ......... 74 saturation... 104 Trigger...................... 91 PTZ position .................................... 88 Position at alarm .......... 79 SNC panorama creator............ 74 Toggle.................................. 47 preset position ................................................. 47 Preset position............... 50 Sequence number clear System Menu................................................ 75 Preset position Menu ........ 32..................... 67 Sharpness .. 113 serial terminal..................................... 75 Reset camera menu . 69.......... 41 title bar ....................................................................................................... 68.. 48 playing audio.................. 66 Repeat .................................................................................. 93 Setting ........................................ 70.. 69............................................................................... 57 Sensor input mode...............

...................................................63 Viewer mode .................................12 Unicast... 81 Voice alert Menu ......... 63 viewer mode ......................... 45 View size ........ 22....................50 wireless cards .............................. Trigger Menu....... 23................... 44........................... 49.......... 67.............................33 UDP........ 88 ......... 23..............................................................................91 Voice alert.........................46 URL..48 UDP (Multicast) ................................................39 Video codec................ 70.................................... 62............86 white balance.......................................... 114 User ............... 74 Zoom .... 89......................................................................................48 UDP (Unicast) .. 70....................................................... 32.....................................................................42 video codec.......................................63 VISCA.............47 warning mail.............................44 WEP ....44 Wireless ..... 88.........................30 WEP key..........................27 Zoom mode . 74 zoom ......80 W Type...... 26 User preset...50............... 90 Windows Firewall......82 WPA2 ..73 welcome page. 79.................................. 86............39 V zoom mode .................................................. 49.....................11 Unattended object setting ... 29...50..90 Windows Vista............. 33 U Welcome text ..................................... 24 view size..................... 32........... 84.40 Unattended object. 39 Sony Corporation .....................62 User name..................46 Use the same time schedule WPA .......................... 114 every day .................................30 White balance.............. 62 Z User Menu .......................................................................... 67.. 42.. 24 Viewer authentication.. 83 Video port number...... 18......................... 60............................................ 18...................41 zoom bar..................................................79 voice alert number select.......98 volume................................................................ 18.............34 user name .............. 15............................................................. 19.....10 Unicast streaming...................... 22................ 62 user .... 62.............40 unattended object detection Window ...44 Windows XP Service Pack 2 .