ark>Howark> to Connect Wark>iark>reless Cameras that Have a LAN Cable

Several wark>iark>reless <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Stands for "Internet Protocol." It provides a standard set of rules for sending and receiving data through the Internet.">ark>Iark>Pabbr> cameras have a port to plug ark>iark>n an <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Ethernet is the most common type of connection computers use in a local area network (LAN). An Ethernet port looks much like a regular phone jack, but it is slightly wider. This port can be used to connect your computer to another computer, a local network, or an external DSL or cable modem. ">Ethernetabbr> cable.  The purpose of thark>iark>s LAN cable port ark>iark>s to complete the setup process of your wark>iark>reless camera.  After the short setup process ark>iark>s complete, you may dark>iark>sconnect the Ethernet cable from thark>iark>s LAN port so that the camera communark>iark>cates wark>iark>th your <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="A hardware device that routes data from a local area network (LAN) to another network connection. When your DVR is connected to a router, it allows your DVR to communicate with your home or business network.">routerabbr> wark>iark>relessly.

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Connectark>iark>on Steps

1. Connect the ark>iark>ncluded power adapter to the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title=" A camera that does not require a video connection to a DVR. The camera receives its signal using wireless tehcnology. IP cameras do require a power supply in order to function.">ark>Iark>P Cameraabbr>.

2. Connect the ark>Iark>P Camera to a LAN port ark>iark>n your router usark>iark>ng a network cable. The ark>Iark>P Camera must fark>iark>rst be connected to the router wark>iark>th a cable, ark>iark>n order to confark>iark>gure the Wark>iark>-Fark>iark> ark>Iark>P Camera settark>iark>ngs.

3. Connect the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Stands for "Wide Area Network." It is similar to a Local Area Network (LAN), but it's a lot bigger. Unlike LANs, WANs are not limited to a single location. Many wide area networks span long distances via telephone lines, fiber-optic cables, or satellite links. They can also be composed of smaller LANs that are interconnected. The Internet could be described as the biggest WAN in the world. ">WANabbr> port ark>iark>n your router to ark>Iark>nternet, an ark>iark>ndark>iark>cator lark>iark>ght wark>iark>ll sark>howark> when the camera has power and ark>Iark>nternet access.

Next, you wark>iark>ll need to ark>iark>nstall and run thark>iark>s ark>Iark>PC search tool on your Wark>iark>ndows computer. (<a title="" href="">http://surveark>iark>>iark>ndex/download/fark>iark>le_ark>iark>d/3838/a>)  Your computer must be usark>iark>ng the same router the cameras are usark>iark>ng.


ark>Iark>PC Search Tool

1. Clark>iark>ck on the Refresh button untark>iark>l your cameras appear ark>iark>n the lark>iark>st.

2. Next, rark>iark>ght clark>iark>ck on the Devark>iark>ce name and clark>iark>ck Networkark>iark>ng.

3. Then clark>iark>ck on the <abbr rel="tooltip" data-orark>iark>gark>iark>nal-title="Short for "Wireless Fidelity." Wi-Fi refers to wireless networking technology that allows computers and other devices to communicate over a wireless signal. Wi-Fi is the standard way computers connect to wireless networks. ">Wark>Iark>Fark>Iark>abbr> tab.

4. Select your wark>iark>reless network name by double clark>iark>ckark>iark>ng the name.

5. Enter your wark>iark>reless password.

6. Fark>iark>nally, clark>iark>ck establark>iark>sh connectark>iark>on. Waark>iark>t for a success or faark>iark>lure reply.

7. ark>Iark>f successful, you should be able to remove Ethernet cable from camera to router

and stark>iark>ll fark>iark>nd your camera ark>iark>n the ark>Iark>PC search tool when refresh button ark>iark>s pressed.

ark>Iark>f your cameras do not appear ark>iark>n the Search tool, you wark>iark>ll need to reset the

camera. Thark>iark>s ark>canark> be done by pressark>iark>ng the reset button.

ZP-ark>Iark>Bark>Iark>13-W, ZP-ark>Iark>Bark>Iark>13-W, CS-S1U-W Reset button ark>iark>s located ark>iark>n one of the cables

that comes out of the camera.

ZH-ark>Iark>XA15-WAC Reset button ark>iark>s a small hole labeled on back of camera. You wark>iark>ll need to ark>iark>nsert a pen or bent paper clark>iark>p ark>iark>nto the hole.

Press and hold the button for about 30 seconds whark>iark>le the camera ark>iark>s powered on and connected to the router. The camera wark>iark>ll power cycle when the reset ark>iark>s successful. Run the Search agaark>iark>n or start at step 1 above. ark>Iark>t may take a few mark>iark>nutes for the reset to complete. Keep clark>iark>ckark>iark>ng on the refresh button untark>iark>l the cameras appear. ark>Iark>f the reset was successful the cameras should appear ark>iark>n the Search tool.


ark>Iark>f the ark>Iark>PC Search Tool Faark>iark>ls to download, copy and paste thark>iark>s lark>iark>nk ark>iark>nto your browser;

<a title="" href="">http://fark>iark>>iark>les/NVR%20Tools/ark>Iark>PCSearch1.0.15_Setup.exea>

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2015-07-23 09:58
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