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AXIS 2110 User’s Guide 2 Liability About This Document This document is intended for administrators and users of Every care has been taken in the preparation of this manual; if the AXIS 2110 Network Camera, and is applicable for you detect any inaccuracies or omissions, please inform your software release 2.13. Although many of the operational local Axis office. Axis Communications AB cannot be held aspects of the product are described in the on-line help, this responsible for any technica
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 3 Table of Contents Overview. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 4 Features and Benefits . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 5 Physical Description . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7 Front Panel . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .
Overview AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 4 Overview The AXIS 2110 is a digital TCP/IP network camera that includes all of the required networking connectivity for distributing images or live video over an intranet, or the Internet. With its own built-in Web server, it allows high-quality remote surveillance images to be viewed directly from any browser on the network, and provides full Web-based control of the various management and configuration functions. The AXIS 2110 can be used in indoor or
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Overview 5 Features and Benefits Easy to Use - The AXIS 2110 is completely independent of any other server and requires no other special hardware or software such as PC frame grabber cards or viewing software. All you need is Netscape Navigator 4.x or above. Alternatively, you can use the Axis ActiveX component for Microsoft Internet Explorer 4.x or above. If your computer does not allow you to use ActiveX components, use the Java Applet instead. The AXIS 2110 has
Overview AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 6 ISP and Modem - The Point to Point Protocol (PPP) support allows you to use your AXIS 2110 remotely over a serial link, just as if it were located on your local network. Initially setting up the unit using a computer connected by the supplied Null Modem cable, you can quickly configure the unit for remote use using an external modem; whereby your video images can even be uploaded to your preferred Internet Service Provider (ISP) to allow global access t
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Physical Description 7 Physical Description Read the following information to familiarize yourself with the AXIS 2110, making particular note of where the connectors and indicators are located. This information provides a useful reference during the installation of the product. Front Panel Status Indicator Used in conjunction with the Focus Assistant, this multi-colored indicator can be con- figured for use as a local focusing aid (for further details please refer to
Physical Description AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 8 Rear Panel Power Indicator Network Indicator Normally lit when After completion of the startup and self test routines, this Network Connector power is applied. If it multi-colored indicator flashes independently, as follows: The AXIS 2110 is designed is not lit, or it flashes, for 10 Mbps Ethernet and • yellow - activity on a 10Mbps network there is a problem 100 Mbps Fast Ethernet • green - activity on a 100Mbps network with the AXIS 21
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Assembling Your Camera 9 Assembling Your Camera The information provided in this section will help you unpack and assemble your product. You will then be ready to proceed with the installation and configuration of the product into your application environment, as described in the following sections of this document. Checking the Hardware Inventory Unpack and check all the items against the itemized list below. You should contact your dealer immediately if you find
Installing Your Camera on a Network AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 10 Installing Your Camera on a Network • Macintosh users - Please refer to Notes for Macintosh Users, on page 16. • Easy installation - Use The AXIS IP Installer. See Using the AXIS IP Installer, on page 13. • Quick installation- Follow the instructions below to install the AXIS 2110 on an Ethernet network. Quick Installation Procedure Follow the instructions below to quickly install the AXIS 2110 onto an Ethernet network: Important!
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Installing Your Camera on a Network 11 ❸ Connect an Ethernet cable Connect an Ethernet cable to your AXIS 2110 and attach it to the network. ❹ Attach the external Power Supply Attach the power cable to the unit and connect it to your local mains supply. ❺ Wait for ARP reply and check Network indicator Approximately 10-15 seconds after connecting the power supply, the message ‘Reply from 172.21.1.200...’ - or similar, is returned in the window. Ensure that the Pow
Installing Your Camera on a Network AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 12 Checking the Installation From Your Browser Having completed the installation, you should then check the connection between the AXIS 2110 and the network, as follows: 1. Start your browser (see note below) and enter the name or IP address of your camera: Example! http://10.11.12.13/ The Home Page for your AXIS 2110 is now displayed: Configure the unit using the Installation Wizard or the Administration Tools. 2. Continue the
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Other Methods of Setting the IP Ad- 13 Other Methods of Setting the IP Address In addition to the ARP command described earlier, you can set the IP address using an appropriate method for your operating system from the table below: Important! Ethernet Address: The AXIS 2110 is pre-configured with a unique Ethernet Address based upon the serial number printed on the label on the underside of the unit; where the serial number typically follows the format 00-40-8c-xx-
Other Methods of Setting the IP Address AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 14 Setting the IP Address with the AXIS IP Installer 1. Start the AXIS IP Installer. The AXIS IP Installer dialog is displayed on the screen. 2. Restart your AXIS 2110 by disconnecting the power supply and then reconnecting it. 3. Select the serial number of your AXIS 2110 from the list. The serial number is identical to the unit’s Ethernet address, found on the underneath of the unit. 4. Enter the desired IP address. Click Se
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Other Methods of Setting the IP Ad- 15 Using BOOTP in UNIX Follow these steps to use the BOOTP method: 1. Append the following entry to your boot table. This is typically done using the file /etc/bootptab:
Other Methods of Setting the IP Address AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 16 Notes for Macintosh Users The AXIS 2110 supports TCP/IP over Ethernet, or PPP Modem dial-up. You must use TCP/IP on your Macintosh network, as there is no support for AppleTalk. When using the AXIS 2110 on a Macintosh, please observe the following points: • The camera has a default IP address of 126.96.36.199. • Assign a temporary IP address in the same subnet (e.g. 188.8.131.52) to a Mac workstation and then connect to the
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Using Your Camera with a Modem 17 Using Your Camera with a Modem The information in this section describes how to set up the AXIS 2110 for use with a serial modem for transmitting images over a standard Dial-up connection. Before You Begin Before you can set up and access a modem-connected AXIS 2110 from a browser, you must first create a local connection to it. This connection is only required for the initial setup, and can be created using the network or the suppl
Using Your Camera with a Modem AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 18 2. Set up an existing session to 115 200bps, using the physical COM port to which you have connected your AXIS 2110. 3. Log on with user ID root and password pass. The phone number you enter are irrelevant at log on and you should thus use dummy numbers for completing these dialogs. 4. Start your Dial-up Networking session and enter any URL: the AXIS 2110 emulates a DNS server and will respond to this regardless. 5. Start the Inst
AXIS 2110 User’s Manual Using Your Camera with a Modem 19 Connecting Your Computer Using the Null Modem Cable Important! • The information and screen examples shown in this section are from Windows NT. Although similar to the Dial-up implementations in Windows 95, 98, and 2000, small differences in the dialog instructions for other operating systems should be expected. Refer to your system information for further information on creating a Dial-up modem connection if you are using any other
Using Your Camera with a Modem AXIS 2110 User’s Manual 20 Creating a Dial-up Networking Connection... To create a Dial-up networking connection to your AXIS 2110, follow these steps: ❶ Double-click My Computer and then double-click the Dial-Up Networking icon. ❷ Double-click the Make New Connection icon. ❸ Provide the connection with a name (AxisCamera is the name used in the subsequent examples). ❹ From the drop down list, select the Standard Modem previously created for the AXIS 21
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