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Jack, Gloria, and Michael are staff listed in the support section. I'm looking at getting security cameras at my place, but am a complete newbie.
hey guys, i have a Dahua NVR2108 POE and a Dahua HDW4300c Am in right in saying that before i do anything, i need to connect a monitor directly to the NVR with vga/hdmi to setup an ip address so that i can connect to via remote access ?
i ofcourse have my monitor which is to large to the other side of the house which is why im asking this and the instructions are useless. might be worth mentioning too that i have it connected to my Router but im only seeing a Mac id. is there a default IP address im able to connect with ?
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I should probably mention this here, for other people as well.
i have to go into the camera list and add camera 1 again, as it is deselected. (i seem to recall someone mentioning it, but can't remember if it was here or someplace else, nor how long ago it was) So I've got my Hikvision DS 2CD3335-i, and I have installed i VMS-4200 on a server PC.The cam is running firmware 5.1 and i just noticed i cannot successfully format the memory card.I'm going to update the firmware and buy a new card in a day or two.I have pointed it to the server port (8688 in my setup) and it works. I'm not sure but I wouldn't be surprised, that's sorta why I suggest sticking to well known suppliers.Hikvision do make OEM for some other companies but they're usually sold by 'proper' stores.
I ordered a 4 camera (2 indoors, 2 outdoor, all 3 megapixel) plus NVR recording unit last night. A few extras like network cables and a HDD (I will use a spare 2TB) and cosmetic wall plates to hide cable holes adds a few $, 5 to 10%.