Hi.. We have for first time used VSX7000 over IP for 8 hours VC continuous from India to UK over company IP. this work OK for firest few hours later, video started freeze and after some time of continuous use the far end could not see the video of users at India. Does the camera lense has any saturation point defined or has any limiations. this is the first time we used the VC for such long hours. Pls. suggest any workaround for above observations
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Re: VSX7000 no near end vido
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May I offer a different perspective, if it were security issue, then at the onset, at the very start, you already would have certain limitations/restrictions.
Based on your description, the most prominent factor is the length of time of usage. Prolonged high bandwidth usage subjects the equipment to constant heat built-up. Might your problem be hardware, specifically, ventilation?
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As per the company specifications it should provide up to 8 Hours of Continuous Playback. I'd suggest that you set the light out time at 10 seconds keep power saving mode and reduce the brightness. Also dont play at full volume.
This will help you to increase the playback time. Though not up to 8 hours. Make sure not to overcharge the battery.
Also the video playback time is 3-4 hours. As you have not specified whether you are reffering to audio or video playback time, so I am assuming its audio playback time. If its video or mixed then your player is ok..
Recording Company Greeting
1 Press FEATURE 9 8 3 The display shows
QUIT RETRY REC
2 Enter 1 0 2 0 0 0 0
3 Press OK The display shows
MBOX AA OTHR
4 Press AA The display shows
5 Press GRTG The display shows
6 Press GRTG The display shows
7 Enter Greeting number "13" (for holiday recordings
8 Press OK The display shows
RETRY PLAY REC
9 Press REC
10 At the sound of the tone record the greeting. Greeting: "Thank you for calling (your company name)..........."
11 Press OK to end your recording. The display shows Accept Greeting: RETRY PLAY OK NOTE: To listen to the greeting press PLAY, to re-record the greeting press RETRY
12 Press OK to Accept the greeting
To program to play 1 From Step 12 press * 2 Press Table
Auto Atdt Admin
GRTG TABLE LINES3 At Grtg table: enter 1 4
Retry OK 5 Press OK 6 Press OK again @ AA menu prompt 7 At Morning: 1 press CHNG to whichever new greeting you recorded CHNG
NEXT 8 Continue by pushing next through all times 9
CHNG PLAY NEXT 10 You should note which times had which greetings to change back after holiday 11 After you change all the times Morning Afternoon Evening Non-business press Release ------------------------------------------------- This will work for setting a new greeting as well, you can use numbers 1,2,3 etc for the greeting numbers to set them at different times of day in the table.
Hi the problem is not with your password so dont change any settings ok the problem is not your end everybody else is having the same problem, sony are having some down time at the minute to update their servers and software so just bare with them for a couple of hours and it will be back on shortly. dont try changing any settings as the problem is their end not yours
let me know if you need further assistance or if it still not working in a couple of hours.
their are loads of people asking the same question in the last hour so you are not the only one, you could try going to the sony ps3 web site and check on their for any down time,
ill check myself now and post a message when i find something out ok
plz rate this solution as i have a whole page of unrated posts, thanks
i have just got through to sony and they are doing maintenance on the network so just bare with them and it should be back on shortly ok
i just found out the network is down for 12 hours some lucky people may sign in but will soon be cut off its down till 23:30pm GMT time as im in UK time here is now 19:28 so their is another 4 hours left of down time 8
Hi, 1. Connect your router to the telephone line using the leads and microfilters supplied. 2. Now connect the router to at least one computer via an Ethernet lead (we do not recommend using the USB option). The network connection on the computer should be set to automatically look up an IP Address via DHCP (don't worry - if you're using a modern version of Windows and you've never used your network connection before, it's most likely already set up to do this). 3. On the computer connected to the router, load your internet web browser and visit the following internet address: http://192.168.1.1. 4. Within your web browser you should see a screen asking you to enter your password. By default Freeola Support configure Zyxel routers to use the password admin, however if you have performed a factory reset on your router the password will be 1234. Enter this and click to continue. 5. A new page should appear. Click on the option 'Connection Setup' to continue. 6. Make sure that the settings are as listed below. These are the standard settings for most UK-based service providers. • Mode should be set to Routing • Enscapulation should be set to PPPoA • Multiplux set to VC • VPI set to 0 • VCI set to 38 7. Click on Next button to save this information and continue with the setup. Enter your Freeola supplied username and password in the relevant fields, the username will be in the form of email@example.com. This information is shown on the activation information sheet we sent with your direct debit forms, and will also have been sent to you via e-mail in the time before your activation. If you are unable to find either of these you can access this information by selecting 'Broadband Details and Usage' from within your MyFreeola Control Panel. 8. Please ensure the following information is also selected on this page: • IP Address should be set to 'Obtain an IP Address Automatically' • Connection should be set to 'Nailed-Up Connection' • Network Address Translation should be set to 'SUA Only' 9. Select Next at the bottom of the page, check that the details are correct then click 'Save Settings' to continue. 10. Your Zyxel router should now be connected to the internet It’s help u. Good luck! And Thanks.
hi for video conferencing at such long durations over IP, it is a MUSSSST to have dedicated stable bandwidth at all the locations.if that fails, symptons like the one u experieced are possible.this will generally happen during working hours when bandwith usage by pc's is high!!!!!
I've just solved that problem in the VSX 7000 of my girlfriend's Job.
Your VSX7000 has at least 4 video outputs, 1 for VGA and Supervideo 1 and Supervideo 2.
Firstly you should try VGA connector, because the main menu may be there, so you could change the configuracion.
If you can't see main screen in any of the output connectors you'll have to use the http tool.
In your internet browser enter the camera IP address, and you'll get the Web Interface of the VSX7000.
It will prompt you for user & password, the default options are "Admin" and your VSX7000 serial number (14 digits) you can find this number under the camera.
Once you're in the Web Main Menu, click on Site Map. There you can choose what you want to see in the screen of Monitor1 (My menus are in Spanish, maybe your menu says something like "screens" but I'm sure you'll find it)
If you choose Monitor/Screen 1 as Svideo, and select it as output for Local, Remote and Content you should see the Main Menu after the VSX7000 Reboots.
I hope it would be useful for you, if you have any problem with this let me know... This VSX7000 is working fine now, so yours should work!