Answers to the questions most frequently asked.Search our FAQ database to find andview listed articles relating to your questions.
Total 117 count ( 10/ 17 page)
DirectIP NVR keeps two copies of FW and NVR setup(configuration) images on its NAND memory. Usually its first copy is used for normal operation.
Once in a while NAND Flash Memory may fail, causing the unit to fail to boot up properly to load the linux/NVR apps. When a DirectIP NVR detects 20 consecutive booting failures, it switches its active partition to the second copy to load the FW/setup properly. (It takes about 45sec for a full booting for DR-4/6100, DR-4/6200 series, so 20 rebooting will take about 15 min or so)
First try pin hole reset and if the unit still continues to reboot, wait about 15 min or so.
hope this helps
You can get the latest firmware from http://www.idisglobal.com/support/csdownload.
Please ask to email@example.com if the release note of firmware is needed.
All NVR models that has an eSATA port are compatible with DA-ES1104.
The HDD compatibility information is not opened to the public online site.
The NVR access can be protected by various authority levels; the user can add various user levels, and change them different accessing authorities. 256 users and 64 groups can be registered with various authority levels.
Please refer to manuals at Download Center of www.idisglobal.com.
NVR DR-2/4/6000 series manual: Part 3 - Configuration > User
On the NVR, go to Settings > System > User
Go to Settings > Network > General