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File Server Checks

Use the Camera Checks dialog to configure tests that constantly monitor the file server that the camera is using as an external ring buffer for image storage. The camera will actively monitor the file server and can report problems using different notification methods.

Before you configure the file server test, make sure that you have properly configured the Event Storage on an external file server.

Note: This feature is not available for Web and Basic models.

Configuring the Tests

You can choose to run different test methods. The camera can check if the file server can be reached on the network. It can also test if all event images have been transferred properly to the file server or if events have been lost. Depending on the selected sensitivity, the tests can be executed with different strictness.

Description of Parameters

Parameters Description

This option enables or disables your camera's file server check.

Note: If the file server test have been activated (Check option) for the first time after the last reboot, make sure you restart the camera!
Tests Select the tests you would like to perform.
  • Ping server will check if the file server responds to network packets.
  • Check transfer will assert if it is possible to write data to the file server.
  • Checking for Lost events will verify that recent events have been written to the file server.
If the file server test is running, a link to the log file is displayed. The log file contains messages (error and success messages) and measurement values (transfer buffer usage, numbers of last internal and transferred event).

Rebooting the camera will delete the log file contents.

Sensitivity Select the sensitivity of the tests. Selecting high will use stricter test criteria and will notify you early if problems occur. Selecting low will use less strict test settings and notification will be delayed.
Startup Delay The file server tests can be started with a delay after rebooting the camera. This allows adjusting a nightly camera reboot to a reboot of a NAS system used for recording, for example.

Error Notification

In order to notify you of any problems that the file server may be having, you can let the camera transfer an image to an FTP server or have it send the error message using an e-mail or an IP Notify message. If the camera is connected to ISDN, it can also call you on the phone to let you know that an error condition has been detected. The camera itself can use its loudspeaker to play an audio message or it can activate its LEDs to alert you of an error condition.

Moreover, you can set an interval to repeat the error notification until the error condition has been removed.

Description of Parameters

Parameters Description
FTP Select the FTP Profile that should be used to transfer images in case of an error condition.
Note: The FTP server and the external file server of the camera should not be on the same computer, if possible.
E-mail Select the E-Mail Profile that should be used for sending the error messages.
Note: In order to obtain more information on the error condition, set up the e-mail profile to append an image or the system messages.
Phone Profile

If the camera is connected to ISDN or VoIP has been configured, you can select one of the profiles defined in the Phone Profiles dialog and the camera will call you in case of an error condition.

Note: If ISDN data dial-out has been configured and the camera remote control has been activated in the phone profile, you can use the remote control features of the camera to establish a dial-out connection to the Internet. This will allow you to search for errors using the browser remote controls.

IP Notify Select the IP Notify Profile that should be used to send error messages in case an error condition has been detected.
Audio Message Select the Audio Message that should be played back on the camera speaker.
Camera LEDs The camera can signal an error condition by flashing the LEDs on the camera front. Select how the LEDs should blink: Blink one LED or Flash all LEDs.

Konfiguration sichern

Klicken Sie auf Setzen, um die Einstellungen zu aktivieren und bis zum nächsten Neustart der Kamera zu sichern.

Beenden Sie den Dialog durch Klick auf Schließen. Hierbei wird geprüft, ob Änderungen der Gesamtkonfiguration vorliegen. Ist dies der Fall, werden Sie gefragt, ob die Gesamtkonfiguration dauerhaft gesichert werden soll.

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