I'm looking to hookup the DVR with the PC via A cross-over cable
I recently purchased a Pelco DX2000 16 Ch Dvr, I'm having problems configuring the Dvr to work with the Pc. pelco advise me, to get a cross-over cable, and to ping the IP address listed in the manual. When
i try using the IP address in internet Explore, it does not connect to the main system configuration. Please advise, me how to fix this problem.
Re: I'm looking to hookup the DVR with the PC via A...
I have 2 DX2000's, In order for you to communicate with your pc, you need a Crossover cable, if you have a laptop or computers, connect the crossover cable to that, set your ip address on your computer to 192.168.2.108, (Note: since you never configured it, this would be the default setting). If you have the manual this is in there.,
Another method, if you don't have a crossover cable is to set the ip on your computer to 192.168.2.110 Subnet, 255.255.255.0. its a little more funky, the crossover would be easier, once you get in, then go to the configuration page and setup up the IPaddess for the DX2000, the Gateway to your Router and the subnet mask, once you do this, then you're able to get to it on your network, by typing in http://xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:8004 .
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Check all your connections and configuration between decoder to DVR and TV. I find it is more practical to use the DMI connectors for this purpose. Between my LG TV, LG DVR, LG Blue Ray Player and Decoder I use 3 DMI connector cables. Ideal for me because my TV has 3 DMI points, I just connect each of 3 items to TV via a DMI cable. Now connect decoder to DVR via video-audio cable (red-white-blue). This setup allows each unit to be used individually (i.e. tv viewing, recording, blue ray playing and when recording live TV the TV can be switched off while recording. Just remember to select the appropriate DMI connected unit on your TV remote (on "input" button).
If all of the 6 DVRs are on the same location (on the same network), and you want to remotely connect (VPN) to that location, you can Endura Enable the DVRs and then VPN to the Primary DVR. (Note that you need to be Endura Certified to use the Endura Enabled feature).
If they're all geographically distributed, you can only VPN into a single unite at a time..
on the cameras them self there should be a adress and baud rate setting this should be the same as what you have on the software. also the cable that you have going back to your ethernet panel cannot be by any electric lighting or anything like that and check and make sure that the connetors that plug in to the panel have the right color code. you need to look for the straight through wiring diagram 568b. hope this helps.
You need to do a INITIALIZATION/REINITIALIZATION
PROCEDURE See below for details
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If you are installing the DVR,
follow the steps below to initialize the unit as part of the
installation instructions in the Installation/ Operation Manual. This procedure
erases all data on the hard disk drive and is necessary to ensure
that there is no data that could cause improper operation when you try
to use it. With a clean hard drive, the DVR can correctly index recorded
video with the correct time and date. Once the DVR is initialized, you
should not reinitialize the DVR again unless you are having
trouble finding and playing back video, and there is no other solution.
If you have to reinitialize the DVR, make sure the time and date are
correct before beginning the procedure. WARNING:
initialize or reinitialize the DVR: • The hard disk drive is erased. • The password and all menu
settings return to their default conditions. To initialize or reinitialize the
DVR: 1. Press and hold the Function
button. The Function Key List appears. Keep holding the
Function button. 2. Press and release the 0
button, and then release the Function button. Enter the password if
requested. The Setup Menu appears. 3. Using the front panel buttons,
enter 1220. 4. A screen appears and asks if
you want to continue. Use the Search (<</>>)
buttons to highlight Yes or No to erase the hard disk drive, and then press
the Play/Pause button. PASSWORD The default password is 0000. If
you change the password, and then forget it, you can get into
the system by using 2002.
You can connect it to your PC directly with a cross-over net cable, and you also connect it to your LAN with straight net cable. Type The default address: 192.168.2.108:8004 in your IE after you set your pc address in the same geteway, you will see the user and PW requirement screen. if you can't get this screen,try to reset DVR to default setting. see Page#100 of its manual.
Okay I am not positive I have this right as far as the configuration of the system but I will give it a shot. If you run the 722 to the tv using rca's you get the hum. I assume this as there are no inputs on a dish 722 receiver. I can suggest one possible solution which is to buy an rf modulator. It will convert the signal from rca to coax so you can connect as you wish. There are several types out there so ensure you get the one that converts from rca to coax. I would suggest the following configuration: Remove all connections from tv and hook 722 up via rca's to rca input 1 on the tv, check for hum. If it is present now you need a new 722 as it is passing to much power thru the connection. If there is no hum connect your cable and tivo to the tv via whatever inputs you have remaining. Lastly connect the DVD player to another input that is free. You will have to system through your inputs to view the three sources but should not have the hum. I hope this solves your issue. Thanks for using Fix Ya and let me know if I can be of further assistance.
You should have no problem with this. I have provided a picture of your model below for clarification. One end of the coax will attach to the 3-4 OUT on the back of the receiver and the other end will go to the NEW tv's coax input. If your set has two coax inputs you may have to select the port that you connect to in the menu portion of the tv. If the new tv does not have a coax input you can use RCA jacks which are red/white and yellow and connect those to the TV 1 output on the back of the receiver and the other end to one of the inputs on the back of the tv- this will require you to select the input source you connect to again e.g AUDIO 1, AUDIO2 etc. If you have a VCR run the coax from the 3-4 on the back of the receiver to the antenna inon the back of the VCR -usually the top port, then run another coax from the output- bottom port to the coax input on your tv. I hope I have been of some assistance to you and Thanks for using Fix Ya. If I can assist you further please let me know.
I have good new and bad news
The good news first:
believe it or not you have solved the problem and the HDMI port on you TV is not working.
Now for the bad news:
What ever damaged the HDMI port on your TV also damaged the DVR UNIT, and it looks like it could be in the switching section. What that is is the point where viedo is delivered to the various ports by the DVR Unit, I should call it more of a crossover point,since the signal is processed differently by the various output ports. I would suggest that you get the HGMI port in yoyr TV repaired and the DVR repaired at a qualified shop. There are no repairs that you can affect on these devices.