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  • Please explain: DDNS (Dynamic DNS)

    A technology for dynamically translating DNS server information to enable the transfer of only differences in information between DNS servers (refer to "DNS").

    • No:386
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: DHCP (Dynamic Host Configuration Protocol)

    A protocol that enables PCs to automatically get information from a server needed for accessing a network.

    • No:383
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Download (Recorder)

    Indicates file (recorded image on the recorder) transfer from the recorder to a PC using the FTP function.

    • No:379
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: IP address (Internet Protocol Address)

    The identification number assigned to PCs connected via IP networks such as the Internet or an Intranet, or to individual communications devices. Do not assign the same address to multiple devices,...

    • No:358
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: PTZ camera

    Indicates cameras featuring the panning, tilting and zooming functions.

    • No:339
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: SMTP server

    A server that supports SMTP, currently the most widely used mail transfer protocol.

    • No:327
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Subnet mask/Subnet prefix length

    Numerical value to define whether to use several bits for a network address to distinguish among subnet IP addresses in a network. According to the values, devices can determine which part of the a...

    • No:324
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Event (Recorder)

    Indicates an occurrence that causes the recorder to take an event action. Events include terminal alarm, command alarm andcamera site alarm, etc.

    • No:377
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Firewall

    A type of security used when accessing outside networks like the Internet. A PC is used to prevent computers outside a local network from accessing the network.

    • No:371
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: MAC address (Media Access Control address)

    Fixed physical address assigned to network devices. Devices send and receive data based on this.

    • No:354
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40

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