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Firmware Update

Before operating your DVR, you may check if it is the latest system version.

Model PAL NTSC Latest system version
D5010WH4 http://www.defeway.com/Updates/P/D5010WH4.zip http://www.defeway.com/Updates/N/D5010WH4.zip 1.8.2
D6010DH8 http://www.defeway.com/Updates/P/D6010DH8.zip http://www.defeway.com/Updates/N/D6010DH8.zip 1.8.3
D6011FH8 http://www.defeway.com/Updates/P/D6011FH8.zip http://www.defeway.com/Updates/N/D6011FH8.zip 1.8.3
D7011DH16 http://www.defeway.com/Updates/P/D7011DH16.zip http://www.defeway.com/Updates/N/D7011DH16.zip 1.8.3
D7012FH16 http://www.defeway.com/Updates/P/D7012FH16.zip http://www.defeway.com/Updates/N/D7012FH16.zip 1.8.3

Note: See your model at the bottom sticker of your DVR

Setup--System info--System version--S/W version

If it is not the latest version, we recommend to upgrade your DVR to the latest system version.

Proceedures:

  • 1. Download related upgrading file via url in above table.
  • Note:Confirm your DVR system to choose the correct url. Setup—System setup—General setup--Standard

  • 2. Insert the USB drive into the USB port at the real pannel of your DVR, THEN power up the DVR.
  • 3. Login the DVR, go to System tools--System maintenance—System upgrade, You will see USB storage, system.
  • 4. Click Start, it will begin and show progress percentage, slowly up to 100%. It will take about 5 minutes. Please kindly wait it.
  • 5. After upgrade completed, the DVR will show reboot confirmation message.

    Click yes to let the DVR reboot.

    Note:Never remove the usb drive or power off the DVR during the upgrade.

  • 6. Check if the dvr got upgraded successfully.

    Go to Setup--System info--System version. If the S/W version shows 1.8.2(D5010WH4 for example), hen congratulation! upgarded successfully.

Login your system

In Live Viewing mode, right-click on the screen and click Setup, login interface will show up.
Username: “admin”
Password: no password, leave it blank
Note: For security purposes, it is highly recommended to enable passwords on the system using the User Management.

Managing Password

SetupSystem toolsUser managementSet password
Note: Remember your new password. Contact the seller if you forget it.

Setting the Date and Time

Note: It is highly recommended to set the correct time to assure accurate time stamps on video recordings.

SetupSystem setupGeneral setup
Edit the date and time to be correct, click Apply to save.

Manage Hard Drive

Note: The system can work, showing live viewing, but can't record without a hard drive.

  • (1)Check if a hard drive is installed in your system
  • Setup — System info — HDD info

  • (2)Install a hard drive
  • 3.5" or 2.5" SATA, SeaGate and Western Digital are recommended.

  • (3)Format the hard drive
  • After a new hard drive is correctly installed, it will show 0GB capacity. Correct capacity will show after formatted.

    Setup — System tools — HDD management

    Select the hard drive detected, click Format. Format: “” stands selected, “” stands not selected, when click "format" a confirm interface will pop up, click confirm to format, click cancel to return the main interface.
    When hard drive becomes full, what will it do? Stop or Overwirte
    Overwrite: “” earliest recording files will be covered when the hard drive is full, “"shows not cover, means it will stop recording when full.

     

Manual Record

In Live Viewing mode, right-click on the screen and click Manual record.

Channel:""means open;""means close

Record Setup

SetupSystem setupRecord setup

Note: Select Motion, it will record only motion detected.

Network Setup

CONNECTING YOUR DVR TO A NETWORK

First and foremost, you will need to physically connect your DVR to a router. This router can be part of an existing network of computers, or it can be the router/modem supplied by your Internet Service Provider (ISP) to connect you to the Internet. This connection will be made by plugging the included Ethernet cable into the port on the back of the DVR marked RJ45. Your DVR is not designed to be connected wirelessly to a network. It is also recommended that the router that the DVR is connected to should be connected directly to the Internet rather than to another router if Internet access is desired as multiple routers can create problems with connectivity. You will also need to have a computer connected to the same router - at least temporarily - to make certain settings.

  • (1)Router Setting
  • DHCP and UPNP are enabled for most home router. If not, check the instruction how to do that.http://www.defeway.com/upnp.html

  • (2)DVR Setting
  • Setup — System setup — Network setup

    On the Network setup interface, click DHCP, the DVR will get an IP address. Write it down. Remove the choice of DHCP, click OK to save and exit to Setup interface, “Configuration changed! To save the latest configuration?” will pop up, click Yes to confirm.

    Reenter the Network setup, revise the IP address to be the one you wrote down if it changed. Do NOT select DHCP next time log in.

    Find your device ID

    On the right side of "ismart" is the dvr device ID. After connecting your dvr to the network, the ID can show up. Please remove the tick on "ismart" if it is selected, then exit back to main menu, login again. Reselect "ismart", click OK to save, then exit to Setup interface, click "Yes" to confirm configuration change. Wait 1 or 2 minutes, go to Network setup and the DVR will get the ID.

  • (3)Local Network Access
  • Web Access
    Step 1: Launch Internet Explorer, enter the IP address of your DVR in the address bar.
    Note: Enter http:// followed by the IP address on your DVR, then a colon followed by the Web port number, i.e. http://192.168.X.XXX:80
    Step 2: You must install the ActiveX® plug-in for DVR Netviewer to function. Click the attention bar and select Install ActiveX Control. http://www.defeway.com/network/ActiveX.htm
    Step 3: Enter your username and password, then click login.
    Note: The username and password is the same as your DVR. Default admin and no password.

  • (4)Remote Network Access
  • Method 1:(Please note that this method only works in simple network. For complex network, pls refer to Method 2)
    Step 1: Launch Internet Explorer, enter http://www.ismartp2p.com in the address bar.
    Step 2: You must install the ActiveX® plug-in for DVR Netviewer to function. Click the attention bar and select Install ActiveX Control.
    Step 3: Enter your Device ID, Username, Password and login.
    Note: The Device ID is the Esee ID(in Network setup interface). Username and password is the same as your DVR’s. 

    Method 2
    Step 1: Port forward in your router. Login your router and port forward Web port number (Default 80, which shows on network setup interface of the DVR)
    Step 2: Launch Internet Explorer, enter your remote IP address in the bar address.
    Step 3: Enter Username and Password, Login.
    Note: Username and password are the same with your DVR’s.

  • (5)Smart Phone Access(android, windows, ipad, iphone)
  • Step 1: Launch Internet Explorer, enter http://www.ismartp2p.com in the address bar.

    Step 2: Enter your Device ID, Username, Password and login.

    Note: Username and password are the same as the DVR’s. Find Esee ID on Network setup of your DVR.

     

Email Alerts Setup

(Applies to model: D5010WH4, D6010DH8, D6011FH8, D7011DH16, D7012FH16)

After email alerts setup, you will receive an instant email, informing you the motion detected with event screenshot.

Step 1:Email setup

Setup — System setup — Network setup—E-Mail
(Note: Please use gmail as the smtp server)

Before setup, you need at least two email accounts, one is a gmail account as the sender, the other is as the receiver. You can set two receiving accounts (Sendee 1 and Seedee 2 on above picture). 

  • E-Mail Function: click the square to enable it
  • SMTP Server: smtp.gmail.com
  • Port: 25
  • Username: your gmail account
  • Password: password of your gmail account
  • Encryption Type: SSL
  • Sender: the same gmail account
  • Sendee 1: one receiving email account
  • Sendee 2: you may add another receiving email account here
  • Subject: you may name it, such as dvr report
  • Interval: setting the interval time, 5 seconds will be fine

See below picture for reference.

After inputting all information, Click Test, you will get below note.

If everything goes well, you will see

Now log in your receiving email account (Sendee 1, Sendee2), an email from the sender gmail account should be received.
Example:
“Event:Test Mail; Time:2013-09-29 20:30:13; Device:JA7208D; IP Address:192.168.1.114”
Now, click “OK” to save, then exit to the main menu, get confirm message, click “Yes” to save.

Step2:Alert Setup

Setup — System setup — Video Detection

Channel, choose the Channel you need to set up
Sensitivity, choose the proper sensitivity, Highest, High, Medium, Low, Lowest
Detection, Set on Motion, Video Loss or Video Cover
Alarm duration, set the alarm duration
You may click Alarm, Buzzer, E-Mail Notice when event detected.
Here we need to click the square beside E-Mail Notice.
After finish setting on 1 CH, you may copy to other channels, click “OK” to save.
Exit to the main menu, get confirm message, click “Yes” to save.

Test everything works as expected.
You may set Detection on Motion, click “Buzzer”(Make sure that E-Mail Notice is clicked).
Have a motion in front of your set CH camera, you will hear buzzer from you DVR.
Log in your receiving emails to see what you got.
Example:

“Event:Motion detect in video channel 1; Time:2013-09-29 20:32:08; Device:JA7208D; IP Address:192.168.1.114”