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Networking Guide

Setting up your system:

Step 1: Plugging Everything in and Mounting the Cameras

Part A: Bench test all equipment - before mounting and installing your cameras, you want to make sure all the cameras are working and that you are happy with your purchase.

To bench test grab a known working, pre-made cable, and plug it into your NVR (Or DVR & power if TVI). This will help narrow down any issues with cabling or cameras in the future.

Part B:

Plug in your cameras and your recorder. Here's some guides to get you started on that:

Installation Guides

Step 2: Opening Ports on your Router

Next you need to open up the ports on your router so that you can look at your footage over the internet.

Obviously, we didn't make or sell you your router (it usually comes from your Internet Service Provider), but if you need help with this step, make sure you are on location, with a computer, and give us a call. We're happy to help.


Default Log in Credentials

Listed below are the default login credentials for all of our 2013 and later model DVRs, NVRs, and IP cameras.

Username: admin               Password: 12345 - Note on NVR Units from June 15th, 2015 and beyond will be 12345scw

Please Note: If you decide to change the username and/or password, we strongly recommend that you write down your new username and password and keep it in a safe place. The process to reset a password can take several business days and in some cases may require you to ship your recorder back to the manufacturer.

Default IP and Ports

Listed below is the default IPs and ports. This info will be necessary in order to access the DVR/NVR or IP camera for remote viewing.

Recorders & IP Cameras -

Ports: 80 (TCP), 8000 (UDP and TCP) and 554 (UDP and TCP)

Port Forwarding Guide for your Router

In order to view your video surveillance equipment remotely outside of the local network you may have to forward your ports on your router. Linked below is our easy to use, step by step guide in deterring how to forward the correct ports.

Remote Viewing Guide