Step 1: Open a web browser and enter the IP address of your camera in the address bar (default is 192.168.0.20). If you do not know the IP address of your camera, please refer to the section entitled “How do I find the IP address of my D-Link DCS-2330L and access the web-based user interface?” in this FAQ. Press Enter.
Step 2: The User Name for the administrator account is admin. Enter your administrator password in the Password field. If you have not changed this from the default, leave this field blank. Click OK.
Step 3: Click on Setup from the menu at the top of the page.
Step 4: Click Audio and Video from the menu at the left-hand side of the page.
Step 5: To enable the microphone, ensure the Audio in off checkbox is unchecked. You can adjust the gain for the audio in (microphone) using the drop-down menus on the right-hand side of the box.
Click Save Settings to save the current configuration.
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Step 1: Connect your D-Link DCS-942L to your broadband router with an Ethernet cable
Step 2: Power on the DCS-942L
Step 3: Download and launch the install wizard for your camera from http://www.mydlink.com/support
Step 4: Go through install Wizard:
- Step 1: Choose Language and Click Start
- Step 2: Accept the Terms and Conditions and click Next
- Step 4: Select your DCS-942L and enter a new password for it
- Step 5: Select the connection type for the Camera. Wired (Ethernet) or Wireless
- Step 6: Add the DCS-942L to your existing mydlink account or create a new one.
- Step 7: Setup is complete, Click Finish
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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
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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Note: Before removing your D-Link camera from your account, please make sure that the camera is connected to your router or has Internet access. The Cameras LED should be lit green.
You can remove your camera from your mydlink account through one the following two methods:
- Hard reset of your camera.
- Locate the reset pinhole located on the back of the mydlink camera
- Press and hold the RESET button for 6-10 seconds while your camera is powered on. The camera will reboot and will then be at factory defaults.
Use the mydlink website to remove your D-Link camera
- Sign in to your mydlink account.
- From the My Devices Tab, Select the camera you want to delete and click Delete Device
- Enter your mydlink password to confirm deletion of the device.
Note: After removing a camera from your account, please wait for the camera to reboot. This will take up to 2 minutes. The camera LED will turn red, then it will change to green again. This indicates that the camera has been successfully removed from your account, and you can now disconnect the power adapter from your device.
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Step 1: Check the LED on your D-Link mydlink camera and ensure that it is GREEN.
Step 2: Ensure the camera is connected to your router with an Ethernet cable
Step 3: Ensure that any firewalls you may have installed are configured to allow UDP connections. If you are unsure, temporarily disable any firewalls during the setup.
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