I'm looking to config a Pelco DX2000 Dvr with A cross-over cable
I"d recently purchased a Pelco DVR, I contacted pelco , and they advise me, to purchased a cross-over cable to link it to the PC. I purchased the cross over cable, and try to use the IP address in internet explorer, to connect the drv but it does not connect. does any one knows the answer. Please advise me.
Re: I'm looking to config a Pelco DX2000 Dvr with A...
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.
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Nor am I. A 6Tb hard drive cost around $850. You need to check if the Pelco can support a hard drive as large as this and it will need the operating system installed on this hard drive, The Pelco may have a slot to install a second hard drive.
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..
Download TRINITY DISC RESCUE iso , then burn it to a disc. Get all your pcs that need the same HDD setup and connect them to a router. Boot to Trinity Disc Rescue on each machine. READ the Manual it gives a very brief description of how to clone from one drive to many, its a single command
The master machine needs to boot trinity and have a special command enabled, again its just a single command. This setup will clone one pc to everything on the network which is running trinity and the special command,
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.
Newer versions of Java does not work on Pelco dx2000. You have to use Microsoft's VM version of Java, which is no longer offered by Microsoft, but you may be able to find it somewhere. current Java (from Sun) needs to be uninstalled. this makes the computer compatible with DX2000, but not the Internet as is it today. Kinda sucks, eh?