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ACC 6 Enterprise Datasheet

If you have an IP model

If you have an IP model of the video analytics appliance, you do not need to physically connect the camera to the appliance. Cameras can be connected to the appliance and configured through the Video Analytics Configuration dialog box. NOTE: The connecting camera and video analytics appliance must be on the same server. 1. Add the video analytics appliance to the server. For more information, see Connecting a Device to a Server on page 24. 2. Connect the required cameras to the same server as the video analytics appliance. 3. In the Setup tab, select a video analytics appliance camera channel. 4. Click . The Video Analytics Configuration dialog box opens. 5. From the Linked Camera: drop down list, select a camera for this camera channel. 6. Click OK. 7. When you are prompted, allow the video analytics appliance to reboot. NOTE: If the camera you link to has a resolution higher than 2.0 MP, the video analytics appliance will use the camera's secondary video stream. This does not affect the resolution of recorded video. Next, configure the appliance's video analytics settings. For more information, see Configuring Video Analytics Appliances on page 67. Editing the Device Connection to a Server 1. In the site Setup tab, click . The Connect/Disconnect Cameras... tab is displayed. 2. Select the device connections you want to edit from the Connected Cameras list. 3. To edit the device connection details, click Edit.... For details about the editable options, see Connecting a Device to a Server on page 24. If you selected multiple cameras, only the settings that are identical are displayed. 4. To change the camera password, click Change Password... then enter a new password in the following dialog box. 5. If the camera has an authentication error, click Login to Camera... then enter the correct password. 6. Click OK. Failover Connections You can set up failover connections so that if a server fails, the devices connected to it will automatically connect to a backup server and continue recording. NOTE: Failover connections can only be made between servers within the same site. Failover connections are set up in the Connect/Disconnect Cameras... tab and are defined by the Connection Type: setting and the License Priority: setting. The Connection Type: determines when the device will connect to a server: Editing the Device Connection to a Server 26

• Primary: the device will automatically connect to this server if they are in the same network. • Secondary: if the Primary server is not available, the device will try to connect to this server. • Tertiary: if the Primary and Secondary servers are not available, the device will try to connect to this server. The License Priority: setting decides the order that devices are connected to the server — 1 is the highest and 5 is the lowest. The server will try to connect devices with a higher priority before devices with lower priority. If the server does not have enough camera channel licenses, low priority devices may not be connected. A camera channel license is only used when the device actually connects to the server. Setting Up a Failover Connection 1. In the Connect/Disconnect Cameras... tab, select a device that is currently connected to its Primary server. 2. At the bottom of the application window, click Connect.... 3. When you see the Connect Camera dialog box, select a different server within the same site and set the Connection Type: as either Secondary or Tertiary. 4. Select a License Priority: for the failover connection. 5. Click OK. 6. Repeat this procedure until all the required failover connections have been made. The following is an examples of how failover will work in the event of server failure. Example Cameras A, B, C, D, E and F have failover connections set up to two different servers. Assume each server has 6 camera channel licenses, and the license priority is set to 1 for each connection. Figure 3: Primary connections Setting Up a Failover Connection 27

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