Discovering OpenEye Cameras with a Static IP Address (Console)
If using Linux:
1. Go to Setup > Cameras
2. Click Advanced
If using Windows:
Launch Network Camera Manager using the desktop icon.
1. Click Refresh in Network Camera Manager.
2. Note the discovered IP address for the desired camera.
3. Click Exit to return to Setup menu.
4. Follow the steps in the Adding Cameras Manually section, typing the Static IP Address.
Configuring OpenEye Cameras with DHCP (Linux)
1. Click Setup, and then Cameras.
2. Click Advanced.
3. Click Refresh in Network Camera Manager.
4. Select the desired cameras, select the DHCP option, then click Apply.
5. Click Exit to return to Setup menu.
6. Follow the steps in the Adding Cameras via Discovery section to add the camera.
NOTE: All OpenEye cameras ship with DHCP enabled by default, but will default to IP address 192.168.51.2 if a DHCP server is not detected within 2 minutes.
Adding Third Party Cameras
Third party cameras may require installing a manufacturer camera discovery tool on a separate PC. Once the camera discovery tool is installed, follow the steps for adding a camera with a static IP address or using DHCP as outlined above. On Windows, some third-party camera manufacturer discovery tools are located in C:\Server\3rd Party Software.
Adding Cameras Not Natively Supported
Single and multisensor cameras that are not natively supported must be added using the RTSP stream(s) of the camera. Consult the camera manual for more detailed information regarding RTSP streams. Once the URL for the RTSP stream(s) of the camera has been identified, follow the steps in the Adding Cameras Manually, selecting the RTSP protocol.