Oct 05

Step 1: Unscrew the camera from the base

Step 2: On the bottom of the base, press in the 2 clips to remove the center piece

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Step 3: Screw the base into your desired wall or ceiling

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Step 4: Re-attach the center cover

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Step 5: Screw the camera back onto the base and adjust as needed.

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Sep 21

For compatibility we recommend at this time the use of Microsoft ® Internet Explorer 11, Firefox or Chrome instead of the new Microsoft Edge browser introduced in Windows 10.

Please Note: For all PCI, PCIe and USB Ethernet and Wireless Adapters, you should be able to use current Windows 7 or Windows 8 or 8.1 drivers.  if you find your adapter not working after upgrading to Microsoft ® Windows 10,  please contact  D-Link Technical support.

Follow the steps on the link below to find Microsoft® IE 11 on your new Windows 10 Operating System

The following list of IP cameras and NVR show the current support status for direct connection to the product GUI with the new Microsoft ®  Windows 10 Operating System and Internet Explorer 11 and the new Windows Edge browsers:

IP CAMERAS PRODUCT LIST

Model HW Win 10 (IE11) compatible Edge Browser compatible
DCS-942L A1 Supported No Support
DCS-942L B1 Supported No Support
DCS-935L
DCS-935LX
A1 Supported No Support
DCS-6004L A2 Supported No Support
DCS-6005L A1 Supported No Support
DCS-3010 A3 Supported No Support
DCS-3511 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-3530 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-6517 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-7517 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-3715 A1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-5615 A1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-6112 B1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-6113 B1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-6113V B1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-7110 B1 Supported Limited Support ****
DCS-6915 B1 Supported No Support
DCS-6616 B1 Supported No Support
DCS-6815 B1 Supported No Support
DCS-6817 B1 Supported No Support
DCS-6818 B1 Supported No Support
DCS-6518 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-7518 A1 Supported No Support
DCS-2132L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2132L B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2210L/DCS-2230L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-5029L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-5222L B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-7010L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2136L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-7000L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2310L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2310L B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2330L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2332L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6010L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6212L A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2210/DCS-2230 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2103 B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-2130 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-3112 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-3710 B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-3714 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-3716 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6115 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6210 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6314 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6315 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6510 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6511 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-6513 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-7413 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-7413 B1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-7513 A1 Limited Support * No Support
DCS-930L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-930L B1 No Support No Support
DCS-931L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-932L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-932L B1 No Support No Support
DCS-933L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-5009L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-5000L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-5010L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-5020L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-5025L A1 No Support ** No Support
DCS-5030L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-6045L A1 No Support No Support
DCS-820L A1 N/A *** N/A ***
DCS-825L A1 N/A *** N/A ***
DCS-855L A1 N/A *** N/A ***
DCS-700L A1 N/A *** N/A ***
DCS-800L A1 N/A *** N/A ***
DCS-850L A1 N/A *** N/A ***

 

NVR PRODUCT LIST

DNR-202L A1 Supported No Support
DNR-312L A1 Supported No Support
DNR-322L A2 No Support No Support
DNR-326 A2 No Support No Support

 

 

WIRELESS NETWORK ADAPTERS

 

Model HW Status Windows10 Version  Status
DWA-131 E1 Not Supported v5.01 Not Avaialble
DWA-171 A1 Supported v1.07 Download Now
DWA-182 C1 Supported v3.06 Download Now
DWA-192 A1 Supported v1.03 Download Now
DWA-582 A1 Supported v1.01 Download Now
DUB-E100 B1-D1 Supported v2.0.0.0 Download Now

*  Local snapshot/video recording problems

**  Waiting New firmware release (FW v1.01)

***  Does not have local viewing access

****  Can receive Video, but can”t send any commands actions

 

The provided lists are limited to Microsoft browsers ONLY, Models listed with “Limited” or “No Support” may work with other browsers ( Firefox or Chrome ). D-Link is hard at work to address any compatibility issue on all supported products.  Stay tuned for latest updates or contact D-Link Technical Support services if you are experiencing any problems with your products.

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Sep 21

Depending on the network security requirements, the Network Camera provides three types of security settings for streaming via HTTP protocol:

disable, basic, and digest.

BASIC:
If basic authentication is selected, the password is sent in plain text format, but there can be potential risks of it being intercepted.

DIGEST:
If digest authentication is selected, user credentials are encrypted using MD5 algorithm, thus providing better protection against unauthorized access.

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Sep 17

Step 1: Log into the Web-based configuration of the camera.

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Step 2: Click Setup > Mail

Step 3: Enter you E-Mail Settings

  • SMTP Server Address: This is the domain name or IP address of your external e-mail server.
    • See below for a list of popular E-Mail Providers and their settings
  • SMTP Server Port: This is the port used by your e-mail provided for sending email
  • Sender e-mail Address: This is the e-mail address of the person sending the camera snapshots. (your email address)
  • Receiver e-mail Address: This is the e-mail address of recipient for the SMTP server. (Who the email is being sent to)
  • User Name: This is your username for your email account
  • Password: This is the password for your email account
  • Use SSL-TLS/STARTTLS: This needs to be enabled if your email provider requires TLS authentication

Note: If the above information is not entered correct, this feature will not work. Please check with your email provider for the correct settings.

Step 4: Enable e-mailing images to email account: Choosing Always will start sending snapshots to the recipient’s e-mail account right away. Choosing Schedule will allow you to schedule when to start and stop the sending of snapshots to the recipient’s e-mail account.

Step 8: Set Email Interval: How often emails/snapshots are sent

Step 9: Click Test: This will send a snapshot to the e-mail account that you have configured in the E-mail section. If you have configured the SMTP account correctly, you will be able to send a test file to the e-mail account of the recipient.

Step 10: Click Save settings.

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Popular Email Service Providers

Email Service Provider Mail Server Information
Hotmail Outgoing Server Name: smtp.live.com
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: No
AOL.com Outgoing Server Name: smtp.aol.com
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: No
Cogeco Outgoing Server Name: smtp.cogeco.ca
Port: 25
Use Authentication: No
Use SSL: No
G-Mail Outgoing Server Name: smtp.gmail.com
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: Yes (SSL Port 465)
Rogers Outgoing Server Name: smtp.broadband.rogers.com
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: No
Telus Outgoing Server Name: smtp.telus.net
Port: 25
Use Authentication: No
Use SSL: No
Bell Sympatico Outgoing Server Name: smtphm.sympatico.ca
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: Optional (Yes or No)
Videotron Outgoing Server Name: relais.videotron.ca
Port: 25
Use Authentication: No
Use SSL: No
Yahoo.ca Outgoing Server Name: smtp.mail.yahoo.ca
Port: 587
Use Authentication: Yes
Use SSL: No

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Sep 17

With tamper detection, the dlink camera is capable of detecting incidents such as redirection, blocking or de-focusing, or even spray paint.

To enable camera tampering detection:

Step 1: Log into the web-based configuration of the D-Link camera.

Step 2: Click on Setup icon on the top left corner.

Step 3: Go to Event Management -> Tamper Detection

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Step 4: Check the box for Enable camera tampering detection.

Step 5: Enter the tamper trigger duration (10 sec. ~ 10 min.). The tamper alarm will be triggered only when the tampering factor (the difference between current frame and pre-saved background) exceeds the trigger threshold.

Step 6: Click Save button to save the new settings.

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