Mar 16

Step 1: Log into your camera through the web interface.

Step 2: Enable Motion Detection

Step 3: Select the Setup tab.

Step 4: Select Event Setup on the left hand side.


Step 5: Click Add under SERVER.


Step 6: Enter the desired Server name in the field provided


Step 7: Select Network Storage and enter your Network storage information in the fields provided.


Step 8: Click Save Settings.

Note: Test can be used to verify a working folder path on your NAS.

Step 9: Click Add under MEDIA.


Step 10: Enter the Media Name in the field provided.


Step 11: Click the Snapshot radio button or Video Clip and configure the settings

Step 12: Click Save Settings.

Step 13: Click Add under EVENT.


Step 14: Under EVENT enter the Event Name in the field provided and check the Enable this event box.


Step 15: Now under TRIGGER click the Video motion detection radio button and check “Detect motion in” box for the motion detection windows that will monitored during this event.

Note: EVENT SCHEDULE is set to all the time by default.

Step 16: Now under ACTION check the box for the server created in Step 6 and drop-down to the Media name created in Step 10.


Step 17: Click Save Settings.

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Mar 16

DSN-1000 Series: On the front of your D-Link DSN-1100-10 you will find the Ready and Fault LED located along the lower edge of the bezel. When it changes color to green, then the SAN has loaded successfully and is ready to use.


DSN-2000 and 3000 Series: On the front of your DSN-2100-xx, 3200-xx or 3400-xx you will find the Boot and Fault LED located along the upper edge of the bezel on the right. When it changes color to green, then the SAN has loaded successfully and is ready to use.



DSN-3200-xx or 3400-xx

DSN-5000 Series: On the front of your DSN-5000 Series SAN, the Ready LED is located third down along the right “ear” of the enclosure. When it changes color to green, then the SAN has loaded successfully and is ready to use.


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Dec 13

The ShareCenter supports storage quotas for both groups and individual users. Assigning a quota to a group or user will limit the amount of storage they are allocated. By default, users and groups do not have a quota.

Step 1: Log into the ShareCenter. The default username is admin (all lower case) and the default password is blank (nothing). Click on Config.

Step 2: Click on the Advanced tab at the top and then click on Quotas on the left-hand side.


By default, all users and groups are displayed on the Quota Settings page. Users and groups are automatically listed on this page, and cannot be deleted. The default quota setting is Unlimited.

Step 3: Click the notepad icon of the user you want to add a quota to.


Step 4: Set a quota amount (MB) for the user and click Apply.

The user, their amount of storage used, and their storage limit will noe be displayed under User Quota Settings.

Step 5: Click Start at the bottom of the page to start the service.

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Dec 13

Step 1: Log into the ShareCenter configuration web interface and click the Tools tab and select E-Mail Alerts on the left side.


Step 2: Select either Account or Anonymous.

Note: Anonymous does not require a User Name or Password to be entered however you must check with your ISP or Email service if anonymous emailing is allowed.

Step 3: Enter the appropriate user name and password for your e-mail account.

Step 4: Enter the IP address or domain name of your outgoing mail server in the SMTP Server field. If you are unsure of this value, contact your e-mail provider.

Step 5: Enter the from e-mail address (e.g. in the Sender E-Mail field. This field does not require a valid e-mail address. However, if your e-mail client is filtering spam, make sure you allow this address to be received.

Step 6: Enter the e-mail address you want to send the alerts to in the Reciever E-Mail field . This address must correspond with the SMTP server configured above.

Step 7: Test the E-Mail Alert by clicking the Test E-Mail button and confirm your settings are correct.


Step 8: Select your E-Mail Alert Types you want to be sent to you and click Save Settings at the top of the menu.


Note: If E-mails notification fail to send please verify the unit has the proper DNS settings in the LAN configuration.

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Nov 06

First D-Link DNS-343 IP address is (The Server)
Second D-LinkĀ DNS-343 IP address is (The Server Backup)

Step 1: On your Server D-Link DNS-343 (The unit you want to back up), login to the Web GUI Go toAdvanced>Remote Backup then Select Source type in a password and click Apply button


Step 2: Under the Source Share path, type in a name for your backup location, this can be anything, so for this example lets just use BACKUP? Click Browse and locate the directory you wish to backup. If its the entire Volume_1 click OK and Apply button.


Step 3: Click the Start Remote Server button to turn on the RYSNC Sharing. Share paths will show up at the bottom.


Step 4: Now on your Server Backup Unit? (The unit your backing up your files to) Login to WEB GUI. SelectDestination, enter the IP address of the Server DNS-343? ( in the source IP field. Enter thepassword you type in your Source box earlier.


Step 5: Click Browse next to the Save To path (as shown above) and select the directory that you would like to backup to.

Step 6: If you do not want to overwrite existing files make sure to click the Keep the Existing files checkbox then click Apply.


Step 7: Once you have clicked Apply your Rsync Client should connect to your Source Server, If it has not connected please hit the refresh button on your browser.

Step 8: At the bottom will be a Destination list, put a check-box next to the folders you want to back up. These should be the same folders/labels as you created on your Source . Once you have placed a check-box in the folder list, click the Backup button. Your backup should now be downloading from you server box.


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