Sep 29

This article tells you how to setup an FTP server behind a router on D-Link DNS-321/323/343

Step 1: Log into the ShareCenter configuration and click on the Advanced tab and select FTP Server.

Step 2: Setup you users FTP Server Settings For user access and Save settings.

Step 3: Start the FTP server.


If you are behind a router, you will need to forward the FTP port from the router to the ShareCenter. Additional filtering and firewall settings may need to be modified on your router to allow FTP Access to the ShareCenter from the Internet. Once the port has been forwarded on the routerusers from the internet will access the FTP server through the WAN IP address of the router.

Step 4: Setup Port Forwarding rule.

**If you are using a D-Link router, such as the WBR-2310 or Any DIR Series Router used in the example below, your port forwarding rule should be similar to the following:

Name -Name the ShareCenter FTP server rule.
IP Address -Enter the IP address of the ShareCenter.
Public Port -Enter the public FTP port. By default, the port is 21.
Private Port -Enter the private FTP port. By default, the port is 21.
Traffic -Type Set the traffic type to TCP.

Step 5: Save settings.

If you use an FTP port other than 21, then users accessing the FTP server using an FTP client will have to specify the non-standard port, and users who are using a browser will have to specify the port in the URL (e.g. ftp://ftp.dns323.com:3000).

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Sep 27

Below are the recommended system requirements for the Nuclias Connect software:

 

Small Scale:

 

  • Maximum Managed APs – up to 100
  • CPU – Intel® Core™ i5 Processors, 3.2 GHz or better
  • RAM – 8GB DDR3 or higher
  • Storage – 2TB
  • Monitor Resolution – 1080P or better
  • Supported OS – Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) / Server 2016 (64-bit) / CentOS7 / Ubuntu Cosmic 18.10 / Bionic 18.04 (LTS) / Xenial 16.04 (LTS)
  • Recommented Web Browser – Edge, Chrome, or Safari (latest versions)
  • Recommended Uplink Bandwidth – At least 10Mbps

 


Large Scale

 

  • Maximum Managed APs – up to 1000
  • CPU – 8th Generation Intel® Core™, i7 Processors or better
  • RAM – 16GB DDR3 or higher
  • Storage – 4TB
  • Monitor Resolution – 1080P or better
  • Supported OS – Windows 10 Pro (64-bit) / Server 2016 (64-bit) / CentOS7 / Ubuntu Cosmic 18.10 / Bionic 18.04 (LTS) / Xenial 16.04 (LTS)
  • Recommented Web Browser – Edge, Chrome, or Safari (latest versions)
  • Recommended Uplink Bandwidth – At least 20Mbps

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Sep 26

Step 1: Launch the D-ViewCam Main Console.

Step 2: Click on Configure Smart Guard System icon.

Step3: Select the camera to configure and click Insert Event. Select General motion or Signal lost and click OK.

Step4: Click Start Monitor System to start monitoring the configured events.

Note: You can click Stop Smart Guard System to stop monitoring events.

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Sep 20

In Router/AP mode, the Ethernet port is used to connect to your existing wired network (e.g. an existing router, a wired connection in a hotel room or Broadband Modem).

In Repeater and Wi-Fi Hotspot modes, the Ethernet port is used to connect a wired client to the wireless network (e.g. computer, Smart TV, video game console).

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Sep 19

Some camera models use a solid green light indicator to show connectivity to the network, this happens when the camera obtains an IP address from the local DHCP server and joins the network.

When configuring these cameras to use in a wireless network environments, beware of the following:

  • Wireless network signal can degrade depending upon the position, distance and number of obstacles that exist between the wireless camera and wireless access point location.
  • Wireless signal degradation can affect the bandwidth available for the camera’s normal functions like video transmission.

Because signal degradation does not necessarily means there is no link to the network, the following scenario is possible.

When a camera is setup for wireless connectivity at close proximity to the access point or wireless router, the wireless installation can be confirmed successful.  After moving the camera at the location where it was intended to be setup, the wireless coverage may not be as strong at this location. This forces the camera to only have enough signal from the access point or wireless router to join the network (thus showing a green light indicator ), but not enough signal to initiate video transmission over the link. The following recommendations may help overcome this issue:

  1. Try moving the camera to a location closer to the access point or wireless router
  2. Try moving the router to a location closer to the camera
  3. Make sure to adjust your router’s wireless antennas to the recommended position.
  4. Expand your wireless network using a repeater or wireless extender.

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