2 / 12 Case Study Scenarios explain: Save-to-NAS We're using the ICA-HM130 and NAS-7201 to perform the newly feature test may let IP camera automatic upload video stream to specified NAS server without outside force. Please refer to the following description and instruction setup into each devices for more understandings.
3 / 12 Save-to-NAS A. Login to NAS server and browse to the User Management. B. Create user account and folder for IP camera access. C. Click Save button make this effective after detection object confirmed. Create IP camera private folder for record store. Activate the quota feature and define a number to restrain the camera usage of disk spec.
4 / 12 Save-to-NAS D. Browse into the Event Server setting page. E. Properly insert the NAS information to the follows field : Name / Samba Server / Samba Login Name / Samba Login Password / Samba Path F. Click Add button enter into the server list. The SAMBA Path only to accept a alphabet name without / symbol, please DO NOT type this as /planet that will get fail access.
5 / 12 Save-to-NAS G. Browse into the Object Detection setting page. H. Click Add button and adjust the size of motion detection area. I. Click Save button make this effective after detection object confirmed.
6 / 12 Save-to-NAS Specified as Included or Excluded type. Included: Windows target specific areas within the whole video image. Excluded: Windows define areas within an Include window that should be ignored. (areas outside Include windows are automatically ignored) Defines the object size of motion detection. The higher object size will only larger objects trigger motion detection. The lower object size will even small objects trigger motion detection too. Generally speaking, the smaller size will be easier to trigger event. Defines the sensitivity value of motion detection. The higher value will be more sensitivity. Use this menu to specify motion detection conditions for detection while observing a captured image.
7 / 12 Save-to-NAS J. Browse into the Event Schedule setting page. K. Properly definite the event Type, Time, Trigger method and detected Action. L. Click Add button enter into the event schedule list.
8 / 12 Save-to-NAS M. Please enter to the Record page N. Definite Record Type and File Prefix while the object detected image.
9 / 12 Save-to-NAS While the object was detected that would be successive snapshot few pictures and upload onto the FTP server.