Dec 31

NOTE – To configure the Time and Date your will need the following:

• Console Cable
• PuTTy

Step 1 – Download PuTTy software from the following link:

http://www.chiark.greenend.org.uk/~sgtatham/putty/download.html

Download the putty.exe

Step 2 – Connect the serial port of the DSR with your PC

Step 3 – Open PuTTy and setup a COM port (this will be present in device manager)



Step 4 –
 Click on “Open”

Step 5 – Hit enter key and you should be presented with the Login screen

Set the time and date variables (Copy and paste into CLI):

Step 6 – Enter the following command to enter into the system time configuration

D-Link DSR> system time

Step 7 – Enter the following command to disable the ntp servers

system-config[time]>  configure_ntp_servers n (Y/N)

Step 8 – Enter the following command to configure the correct time-zone

system-config[time]> time_zone GMT::Greenwich-Mean-time-Dublin–Edinburgh–Lisbon–London

Step 9 – Enter the following command to enable daylight savings

system-config[time]> enable_daylight_saving y (Y/N)

Step 10 – Enter the following command to configure year

system-config[time]> ntp_year 2014 (1970 – 2037)

Step 11 – Enter the following command to configure month (1-12)

system-config[time]> ntp_month 12

Step 12 – Enter the following command to configure day (1-31)

system-config[time]> ntp_day 30

Step 13 – Enter the following command to configure hour (0-23)

system-config[time]> ntp_hour 23

Step 14 – Enter the following command to configure minutes (1-60)

system-config[time]> ntp_minutes 46

Step 15 – Enter the following command to configure seconds (0-60)

system-config[time]> ntp_seconds 30

Step 16 – Enter the following command to sabe

system-config[time]> sabe

Tue Dec 30 23:13:30 GMT 2014

Tue Dec 30 23:13:30 GMT 2014

system-config[time]> exit

Step 17 – To confirm the date and time have been successfully configured

D-Link DSR> show system time setup

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Dec 28

If the app freezes or crashes after the update, try restarting the app.

To restart the mydlink® Home App on most Android devices, tap and hold on the Menu button at the bottom of your smartphone or tablet, the list of all running apps will display, look for the mydlink Home App and swipe the app up or to the right depending on the Android device you have. Procedures for restarting the app may vary depending on your Android device.  Reopen the mydlink® Home App by taping on its app icon.
If you have trouble finding your menu button or restarting your device following the instructions above, please find the correct procedure in your phone/tablet manufacturer’s user manual.

If the problem reoccurs after restarting the app, recognize that we are currently working on an updated version of the app to address this issue. Please check the Google Play Store to ensure you have the latest version of the app.

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Dec 28

NOTE – The Upgrade process will need the following:

• Console Cable
• tftp server
• Firmware – Download the latest firmware on our website
• PuTTy

Step 1 – Connect the serial port of the DSR with your PC and an Ethernet cable to a port on the DSR and connected to a switch on the same network

Step 2 – Open the tftp server and put the firmware of the DSR into the root folder

For example: C:\Program Files\Tftpd64

Step 3 – Open PuTTy and setup a COM port (this will be present in device manager)

Step 4 – Click on “Open”

Step 5 – Hit enter key and you should be presented with the Login screen

DSR-1000N login: admin
Password: admin

Step 6 – Enter the following command to enter into the system time configuration

D-Link DSR> .reboot

Router will be up in 85 seconds.

Step 7 – Once you see the boot process and see the message “Hit any key to stop autoboot:” hit the enter key to enter the bootloader#

Set the environment variables (Copy and paste into CLI):

Step 8 – Enter the following command to set the DSR to the subnet of host

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# setenv ipaddr 192.168.1.16

Step 9 – Enter the following command to the IP of the host where the tftp resides

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# setenv serverip 192.168.1.168

Step 10 – Enter the following command to set all tftp transfers on LAN ports

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# setenv ethact octeth0

Step 11 – Enter the following command to firmware flash and erase

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# setenv firm_flash ‘erase BDCA0000 BF99FFFF; cp.b 0xaa00000 BDCA0000 1D00000’

Step 12 – Enter the following command to sabe

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# saveenv

 

TFTP the image and flash it:

Step 13 – Enter the following command:



D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader#
 tftp 0xAA00000 DSR-1000N_A1_FW1.09B61_WW (this is the FULL name of the firmware as shown below)

You should also notice the tftp server starting the file transfer (if not, make sure the firewall is disabled or an antivirus program is not blocking)

Step 14 – Enter the following command to run flash firmware and wait until complete

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# run firm_flash

Step 15 – Enter the following command to boot firmware

D-Link DSR-1000N bootloader# run boot_firm

Once the flashing of the image is complete, you will see the u-boot prompt again. At this moment you can now power cycle the DSR.

Step 16 – Login

DSR-1000N login: admin
Password: admin

Step 17 – To confirm the current version of firmware and check the update was successful, enter the following command:

D-Link DSR> Show system firmwareVersion

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Dec 24

If you are having an issue accessing your live video or getting another log in prompt it is due to ports 5150 and 5160 being blocked by a your routers firewall. Please be sure to open these ports in your router firewall via port forwarding or virtual server.

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Dec 22

Step 1:  Before setting up motion recording, make sure the camera’s motion detection settings are enabled and configured
Step 2:  When setting up motion recording, make sure the manual recording button is disabled in the LIVE VIDEO tab
Enabled


Disabled


Step 3:  Go to SETUP then Recording Schedule

 

 

Step 4:  Set the RECORDING MODE to Record by Schedule

 

 

 

Step 5:  In the RECORDING SCHEDULE, set the Schedule to Day or Week.  For simplicity, in this example we will set the schedule to day.

 

Step 6:  In the Camera List, select the camera we wish to configue.  Then click Configure in the Schedule section.

 

Step 7:  By default the Mode set would be Always Record.  If we wish to set this camera to record by motion, set the Mode to Record on Event.

The motion window should appear, and check mark the camera we wish to record on motion.


Notice the selected camera has been changed to blue.  The BLUE bar signifies the camera recording moce is set by Event, while the RED bar signifies the camera recording mode is set to Always recording.

Save the settings by clicking Save Settings

 

 

Step 8:  Verify if the Recording Schedule has started.  Go back to the LIVE VIDEO, and on the top right corner. You should see a blue or red status icon :

  • Blue –  indicates recording has started but is waiting for motion to be detected in order to trigger the recording.
  • Red –  indicates the live feed is being recorded.

 

 

 

 

You have now configured your NVR motion recording.



 
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