|Thema: Language and entry page|
Open the Language and Entry Page dialog to define the camera's behavior when a browser connects to the camera. You can modify the entry page, the camera's language, certain page options and the ports of the camera's web server.
Select the entry page that will be displayed when a browser connects to the camera.
|Guest||The Guest page displays the camera's current image. The camera configuration cannot be changed. However, the image rate can be modified temporarily.|
The Live page displays the camera's current image. The camera displays a set of soft buttons to the left of the live image. The drop-down menus above the image allow changing certain image parameters.
This page has been preset as the default entry page.
|Event Player||On the Player page, you can play back the stored events. The events will be played back automatically, regardless of the storage location (internally in the RAM or externally on a file server; see also Image Storage).|
|PDA||The PDA page displays the camera's current image for low-resolution devices (PDAs/MDAs and mobile phones).|
|PDA Event List||The PDA Event List displays an overview of the stored events in form of a list, also for low-resolution devices.|
|Description of Parameters|
|Language||Select the language for the user interface.|
|Display Configuration Menu||
Display or hide the pull-down menus of the Live page.
These menus are used for quickly configuring frequently used parameters.
|Refresh Rate for Guest Access||
Set the maximum and the default refresh rate for the Guest page.
This setting does not affect the refresh rate of the Live page.
|Page Refresh Rate||Set a period of time after which the camera reloads the page completely. This can eliminate problems with certain browsers.|
Per factory default settings, browsers can reach the camera's web server using port 80 (standard port for HTTP requests).
However, if the camera needs to be accessible from the local network (Intranet) and from the Internet, two web server ports can be defined for security reasons, so that local network and Internet access can be clearly separated.
Within the local network, the camera is accessible via port 80 and can be integrated in a Multi View display, for example. Access from the Internet uses a router connection with a mapped port to the camera. As port 80 is used already on the local network, the router channels Internet access to a different camera port (e.g. 8080).
In this case, you would have to enter the values 80 and 8080 for the ports.
Modify these settings only if you are fully aware of the consequences. One single invalid setting may render the camera unreachable.
|Note:||Any modifications of this setting require you to Reboot the camera to become effective.|
Click on the Set button to activate your settings and to save them until the camera is rebooted.
Click on the Close button to close the dialog. While closing the dialog, the system checks the entire configuration for changes. If changes are detected, you will be asked if you would like to store the entire configuration permanently.