|Thema: Starting the camera|
Generally, the camera starts automatically as soon as it is supplied with power.
In order to manipulate the camera at start-up, use the keys on the front of the camera. You can start the camera either using the factory default settings (default IP address) or with DHCP support to obtain a dynamic IP address. When you use DHCP support, the IP address and other network data is announced automatically as a voice message.
The camera keys are labeled by capital letters:
|Note:||When you use the camera keys to load a configuration, this configuration is not automatically saved. Upon restarting the camera without using the camera keys, the configuration last saved will be used.|
Upon startup, the camera tries to obtain an address from a DHCP server on your local network.
When the startup is completed, the camera automatically announces its IP address, its network mask and its MAC address.
|Note:||If you would like to have a running camera repeat its network settings, simply press the R key once.|
You would like to start the camera using the factory default network configuration.
The camera is accessible again using the factory default settings.