Oct 30

Issue:Java not load when trying to view D-Link camera through the mydlink portal in Mac OS 10.7

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Solution:

Please make sure that you have Java Applet enable on your MAC. To check please follow the steps below:

Step 1: Click on Go and then Utilities

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Step 2: Click on Java Preferences.

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Step 3: Select Enable Applet Plug-in and Web Start Application

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Oct 30

Step 1: The D-Link DWC-1000 will need to be registered with D-Link. The registration site is http://register.dlink.com.

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Step 2: Once logged into the registration site, click on License Key Activation on the left.

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Step 3: The OBU and Customer fields cannot be changed on the License Activation page. Enter the Serial Number of the DWC-1000 that will have the license. Enter the 20 digit license key into the License Key field. ClickGet Activation Code to complete the registration, and you will receive an email within 24 hours containing your Activation Code.

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Step 4: Log into the setup page of the DWC-1000.

Step 5: Click on the Tools tab, and select License on the left side.

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Step 6: Enter the received key in the Activation Code field. The DWC-1000 will show any applied licenses on this page. The DWC-1000 will support 1 VPN, and up to 3 AP6 licenses.

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Oct 29

Step 1: Click the Site Setup button.

Step 2: Input the unit name.

Step 3: Input the IP address.

Step 4: Modify the port if necessary.

Step 5: Input the user name.

Step 6: Input the password.

Step 7: Check the Save Password/ Auto Login option (optional).

Step 8: Click the Test Server button to test the connection between the local application and the remote unit.

Step 9: Click the Add button to add this unit into your remote server list.

Step 10: Click the OK button.

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Note: If using the Multi-NVR program remotely be sure to open port 5150 in your routers firewall for the DNS-726-4. This can be done by creating either port forwarding or virtual server rule.


Set Groups for Cameras

Step 1: Click the Group. tab

Step 2: Log in to all the servers that contain the camera(s) you would like to put into group(s).

Step 3: Click the Insert button to create a new group.

Step 4: Name this group.

Step 5: Highlight the camera(s) that you would like to add into this group and then click the button.

Step 6: Repeat step 4 to establish the group.

Step 7: Repeat step 1 through 6 to establish other groups.

Step 8: Click the OK button.

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Delete/Rename Groups for Cameras

Step 1: Click the Site Setup button.

Step 2: Click the Group tab.

Step 3: Click the group which you would like to modify.

Step 4: Click the Delete or Rename button to remove or rename that group.

Step 5: Repeat step 2 through 3 to modify other groups.

Step 6: Click the OK button.


Setup Remote Live View through Application

Step 1: Click the unit you wish to access in your remote server list.

Step 2: Click the Log In button to access your unit.

Step 3: Select the camera(s) from the camera list on the right, and then drag it to where you wish the image to be displayed.

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Oct 29

Step 1: Log into the setup page of the DWC-1000.

Step 2: Go to the Advanced tab. Click on AP Profile.

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Step 3: The Profile Status shows the current state of the profile:

  • Configured: The AP Profile is created, but no access points are associated to the Profile
  • Associated: The AP Profile is applied to the access points
  • Associated – Modified: The AP Profile has been modified, but changes haven’t been applied to the APs

Step 4: Check the checkbox for the desired AP Profile. Click on the Apply button.

A message will appear stating the APs will restart, and clients will be disconnected during this time. Click Ok to proceed with pushing out the profile to the APs.

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Step 5: When the profile has been pushed to the APs, the Profile Status will change to Associated.

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Oct 29

Some applications use a series of ports that change each time the application is used. Special Applications will open all ports for an application when a port is triggered.

Step 1: Open a web browser and type the IP address of the gaming router in the address bar (default is 192.168.0.1). Press Enter.

Step 2: The default password is blank (nothing). Click Log In.

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Step 3 Click Advanced at the top and then click Special Applications on the left side.

Step 4 Pre-defined applications will be listed in the Application Level Gateway (ALG) Configuration section. To disable any of the pre-defined applications, uncheck them.

To add a Special Application rule select the Enable checkbox in the Add Special Applications Rule section and configure the following:

  • Name – Enter a name to identify the rule or select a rule using the drop-down list to the right.

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  • Trigger Port Range – Enter the port or a range of ports that will trigger the rule.
  • Protocol – Select the protocol (TCP, UDP, or Both).

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  • Input Port Range – Enter the LAN port or range of ports.
  • Input Protocol – Select the protocol for the LAN interface (TCP, UDP, or Both).

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Step 5 Click Save to apply the new settings.

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