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To view your DVR remotely through the internet web interface, you must properly set your ActiveX controls in Internet Explorer. First - Make sure you are not connected to or ar tying to connect to the DVR! Close the Browser and open a new one if you have to.
In your Internet Explorer browser, select the Tools drop-down menu above, and choose Internet Options. Choose the Security tab in the corresponding pop-up window that comes up.
Now click on the Custom Level button at the bottom of the Internet Options window. Scroll down until you see ActiveX controls and Settings, and apply the following changes:[img src="http://asapcctv.com/software/standalone/img/CustomLevel.jpg">
Follow the image below for the correct ActiveX Settings. (The settings as shown does not make your system more vulnerable, but maximizes your browser's security, while putting the choice of operation in your hands on a case-per-case basis.) NOTE: These settings reflect versions 6-9 of Internet Explorer. Depending upon your version of IE, your controls may not follow exactly the same order or have all the options shown below -- Just make sure those you do have match what is shown.
OK, and then return to your browser by clicking OK again. Close your Browser and open a new one. You should now be able to install any ActiveX controls needed to run any DVR remote software.
Be sure to accept any requests for software installation after typing your DVR address into the browser address bar. There may be several controls to install.
The Broadband Gatewayallows you to connect your Home Heartbeat system to the Internet. Goonline anytime, anywhere, and view the status of your sensors on your cell phone or computer via a secure web portal.
Important Note: Use of this product requires the purchase of the HOMEheartbeat Starter Pack and monthly subscription service.
Your phone is most likely connecting via Wi-Fi when you are home, but after you're out of range of Wi-Fi, your Surveillance System must be set up to give you access through the internet. The camera instructions should tell you how to set it up and the manufacturer probably has an app that you need to install on your iphone to access your camera system from the internet.
Sometimes setting up internet access is no easy task. You must open a web port on your router in order to send and receive the signal from your security system and communicate with the internet. Determine which port the security system is set to communicate with and open that port on your router.
There are so many different configurations for security systems and routers that it would be impossible to specifically lead you through each step. But I hope this general description will be helpful in getting you started.
Your system is manufactured by Napco Security Systems of Amityville, New York. Call them at 1-800-645-9445 and request that they provide you with a security dealer in your area. The dealer should be able to access the system's internal data and retrieve the user code for turning on and off your system.
Samsung told me the newer versions of Windows and Internet Explorer, will not work with this system. Microsoft told Samsung it was their problem. Find a old computer with ME and Explorer 5 and it will work again. I have the ssc17web.