Dec 22

Step 1: Confirm your TV is on.

Step 2: Unplug and replug the video connectors on the TV and on MovieNite:

If you are using an HDMI cable to the TV, be certain the connector is fully inserted into the HDMI connector on MovieNite and the TV. HDMI connectors are made to be a little tight to avoid cables coming loose too easily.If you are using the standard TV composite analog cable that came with your MovieNite, be sure the single connector is fully inserted into the MovieNite AV connector and the separate yellow, red and white connectors are connected to their matching connections on the TV.

Step 3: Make sure the power cable is firmly inserted into the MovieNite power socket and is plugged into an AC outlet.
An amber light on the front of MovieNite will come on immediately after being plugged in.
Step 4: Now, make sure to set the video input of the TV to the connector on the TV that MovieNite is plugged into.
Normally, HDMI inputs will be numbered as in HDMI-1, HDMI-2, etc.
A composite analog connection will almost always be labeled something like VIDEO, VIDEO IN or VIDEO1 or VIDEO2.Usually, a button on the TV and on the remote will let you select the various video inputs. When the TV is set to the matching input that MovieNite is plugged into you will see either a D-Link logo during startup or the MovieNite Home screen. If you do not see the MovieNite displaying, try to toggle through each input several times until the correct TV input is found.

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Dec 19

If you have a UPS that you would like to use with the D-Link NVR, you may connect it before powering the unit on.

Step 1: Connect the USB cable from the UPS to the port on the back of the NVR.

Step 2: Connect the power cable to the UPS. (Ensure that the UPS is plugged in and receiving power).

Note: To turn off the NVR, simply push the power button for 5 seconds. The power LED will blink and the NVR will turn off after a moment.

Step 3: Attach the external power supply to the DC power receptacle located on the NVR’s rear panel (labeled DC12V) and connect the other end to an AC power outlet.

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Dec 17

You can upload a new Boot Image and/or new Firmware to your D-Link DWS/DXS-32xx switches in stacking mode all in one attempt.

Please log in to the master switch and follow these instructions:

Step 1 Please type the following command to upload the latest boot version.
If you are already running the latest boot code please skip this step and upload the firmware.

DWS/DXS-32xx# copy tftp://{tftp server ip}/{boot file} unit://*/boot

Please do not reboot the switch at this time

Step 2 Please run the following command to upload the latest firmware.
DWS/DXS-32xx# copy tftp://{tftp server ip}/{image file} unit://*/image

Remember to copy both boot and image files before rebooting the stack.( If applicable)
Since firmware always gets uploaded on the non-active partition you need to run the
following command for each switch.

DWS/DXS-32xx# boot system unit 8 image-2

This is an example considering that this is 8th unit of the stack and non active
image is 2.
You need to run this command for every switch of the stack.

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Dec 16

Step 1 Connect an Ethernet cable to the Ethernet port located on the back of the camera and connect it to a networking device such as a router or switch.

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If you are connecting the D-Link DCS-3220G to a wireless network connect the antennas to the back of the unit.

Step 2 Attach the external power supply to the DC power input connector located on the back on the camera labeled 12V DC and connect the other end to a wall outlet.

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When you have a proper connection, the LED will change from red to green. If you are directly connected to the camera via a crossover cable, the light may cycle on and off and your computer may show an intermittent loss of connectivity. This will stop once you have configured the camera from your computer.

Step 3 Use the Install Wizard to detect the camera.

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Dec 14

If you have attached one or more USB devices (such as a 2.5” US B drive) that draws a total of 0.7A or more power, the power adapter will not supply enough voltage to charge the D-Link DIR-510L while simultaneously powering the USB devices. Check your USB devices’ power usage specifications and disconnect if necessary.

 

 

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