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  • 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: Fixed camera

    Indicates cameras without the panning and tilting functions.

    • No:370
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Full duplex

    Communications method that allows simultaneous sending and receiving by transmitting in both directions using an independent sending line and receiving line.

    • No:367
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: NAT (Network Address Translation)

    A technology for sharing a single global address between two or more network devices such as PCs, network cameras, recorders, etc.

    • No:351
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Operation software [PC Software Package]

    Indicates the application used for displaying live images of the recorders, encoders and cameras, playback, downloading, searching for images stored on the recorder, and controlling the camera. [WV...

    • No:348
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Private (IP) address

    IP address assigned when connecting primarily to LAN. Private IP addresses can be assigned freely on a network and do not require a formal application.However, because private IP addresses cannot b...

    • No:341
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Protocol

    A set of rules that allows the exchange of data amongst different types PCs with information. The Internet uses the TCP/IP protocol as its base and information is transferred following http and ftp...

    • No:340
    • 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: QVGA

    Quarter Video Graphics Array.Resolution with 320 x 240 pixels.

    • No:338
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40
  • Please explain: Secondary (DNS) server

    DNS servers usually have more than 2 systems and the secondary server is the sub system. If there is trouble with the primary server, the secondary server takes over.

    • No:332
    • Open Date:2013/03/04 13:40

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