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which supports 2MP resolution and H.264 codec is able to have up to 4 DirectIP
NVRs registered to it.
Cameras support Onvilf profile S.
can find Onvif profile S specification from the below link.
you need Declaration of Conformance on IDIS cameras for Onvif compatibility,
please visit www.onvif.org and go to
a user’s custom name (FEN name) simply from a DirectIP NVR, its device info and
parameters (including Device name, MAC address, IP address, port info, NAT
are automatically registered in the DirectIP FEN server running in the cloud.
The user is
access the site remotely using this custom name instead of an IP address, as
hold of the local device’s connection on the network even in a DHCP environment
service uses UDP hole punching for NAT traversal to gather address information
of two ends, a NVR and a remote client, and NAT type in a site where a NVR is
or a remote client is should support UDP communication.
types supporting UDP communication]
- Cone types
(Full cone, Restricted cone, Port restricted cone)
[NAT types not supporting UDP
connect to the ISS Expert, uPnP setting in the NVR and manual Port Forwarding
to the router are required.
if you set only those settings, ISS(IDIS Solution Suite) Expert will give a private IP address of the NVR to ISS client over WAN network, and you will not be able to connect the NVR with the private IP address.
this case, FEN service is the solution for the problem.
Register a NVR to FEN Server, FEN server will pass the both of IP addresses of NVR
such as public and private to the client, it will make the client access the NVR
the Network configuration diagram looks like this.
Server Specification is determined by the following procedure.
Assume that you are performing license plate recognition for three lanes in Europe, The
required CPU score is 10710.
the site below to find the cpu for the 10710. Intel Core i7-4790K or so.
recommended server specification is as follows.
: Intel Core i&-4790K or higher
: 16GB RAM , But, if the number of ANPR engine is more than 2, 32GB RAM is
To secure maximum performance of a camera connected to a DirectIP NVR, total number of cameras depends on what resolution a camera is registered to a NVR.
The higher resolution camera is, the more camera slots are consumed per camera as the below table shows.
To make 3rd party cameras to be compatible with our products, we need to go through the steps listed below.
We need below information with your request.
(1) Model names and firmware version of 3rd party cameras to be tested with our products.
(2) Which IDIS product needs to be compatible to the 3rd party cameras.
(3. Expected business opportunity from that 3rd party camera integration.
(4) Due date for 3rd party cameras to be integrated with IDIS products.
Our sales department decides whether we proceed the integration or not.
As decided to to proceed, we will provide IDIS 3rd Party Test Tool to check if the current operations of 3rd party cameras to our product. Please run the tool and send us the result. To get IDIS 3rd Party Test Tool, please contact IDIS Technical support team.
Finally, send us at least two of the 3rd party camera for us to integrate and test the cameras.