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GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR
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GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR

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GeoVision : Video Management Solutions : Open Windows Firewall to allow Webcam on GV-NVR

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  • 1. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam Server How to Configure Windows Firewall to Allow WebCam ServerWindows XP includes Internet Connection Firewall (ICF) software you can use to restrict whatinformation is communicated between the Internet and your computer. If you are running Windows XPService Pack 2 (SP2), the firewall is turned on by default.This document will provide the guidelines of configuring the enabled ICF in Windows XP and WindowsSP2 to allow WebCam Server.Configuring Windows XP FirewallWhen ICF is enabled in Windows XP, WebCam Server will stop working. You need to manually openthe corresponding ports so that WebCam Server can work correctly.The ports WebCam Server requires are: Command Port 4550 Data Port 5550 Audio Port 6550 HTTP Port 80To manually open WebCam Server’s ports:1. Click Start, point to Settings, select Network Connections, click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties. This displays the Local Area Connection Properties dialog box.GeoVision Inc. 1 Revision Date: 2004/11/5
  • 2. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam Server2. On the Advanced tab, click Settings.3. On the Services tab, click Add.GeoVision Inc. 2 Revision Date: 2004/11/5
  • 3. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam Server4, In the Description of service field, type a name so that you can identify the port you want to open. For example, 4550.5. In the Name or IP address of the computer hosting this service on your network field, type 127.0.0.1.6, In the External Port number for this service and Internal Port number for this service fields, type the port number (the same number in both boxes). For example, 4550.7, Click OK for the above settings.8, Repeat the same process to open the port 5550 and 6550.9, When the port 4550,5550 and 6550 are all open, they will be listed in the Services field.10, Enable Web Server (HTTP), and then click OK.GeoVision Inc. 3 Revision Date: 2004/11/5
  • 4. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam ServerConfiguring Windows XP SP2 FirewallWhen the firewall in Windows XP SP2 is turned on automatically, there are two ways to allow WebCamServer connecting to your computer.To automatically add WebCam Server programs:When you start running WebCam Server, the following three Windows Security Alert dialog boxes willpop up, one by one, to ask if you want to unblock the connection and allow the server information toreach your computer. Click Unblock for each pop-up to allow the connection.GeoVision Inc. 4 Revision Date: 2004/11/5
  • 5. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam ServerTo manually add WebCam Server programs to the Exceptions list:You can add WebCam Server programs as exceptions so that the firewall will allow the serverinformation to reach your computer.1, Click Start, point to Settings, select Network Connections, click Local Area Connection, and then click Properties. This displays the Windows Firewall dialog box.2, On the Exceptions tab, click Add Program.3, Click Browse to locate three WebCam Server programs: WebcamServer.exe, DMWebcam.exe, AudioServer.exe, one bye one.GeoVision Inc. 5 Revision Date: 2004/11/5
  • 6. How to configure Windows Firewall to allow WebCam Server4, Double click the located program so that it will appear in the Programs field.5. Click OK for the above settings.GeoVision Inc. 6 Revision Date: 2004/11/5

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