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The Web-server object is used for viewing the video surveillance information from an Internet browser and TCP/IP communication environment. The settings panel of the Web-server object is shown in figure.

Basic settings tab

List of cameras tab

Table describes the parameters of the settings corresponding to the elements of the settings panel of the Web-server object.

Parameter

Method for setting the parameter value

Parameter description

Symbols used

Default value

Value range

1

Identification number*

Automatically

Displays the identification number of the Web-server object in the digital distributed video surveillance system.

Sequence of numbers

-

From 1 and above.

Depends on the number of the Web-server objects in the digital distributed video surveillance system.

2

Name*

Type-in the value in the field

Sets the name of the Web-server object in the digital distributed video surveillance system.

Latin, Cyrillic and service characters

Web- server

A line containing a sequence of any symbols (letters, digits, service characters apart from > and < symbols), not case-sensitive

Number of symbols – from 1 to 60.

3

Disable

Checkbox

Sets the state of the Web-server object (enabled or disabled) in the digital distributed video surveillance system.

Boolean type

No

Yes – the Web-server object is disabled and is not in use

No – the Web-server object is enabled and is in use

4

Computer

Selected in the list

Sets the parent Computer object of the digital distributed video surveillance system, to which the given Web- server object refers.

Name of the Computer objects registered in the system

Name of the parent Computer object

Depends on the number of the Computer objects in the digital distributed video surveillance system

The HTTP-server group

5

Port’s number

Type-in the value in the field

Sets the number of the port used by the HTTP server (for video surveillance with the Web-browser via the Internet).

Sequence of numbers

80

Any allowable port numbers which are not in use.

The number of ports is defined by the system administrator.

6

Amount of connections

Type-in the value in the field

Sets the maximum allowable number of connections to the video server via the Web-server module.

Each request to view the camera feed and each request to control all PTZ devices is considered as a user connection.

pcs

100

Any integer.

In the case where 0 value is specified, video signals will not be displayed on the Web-server monitor.

Without a group

7

Default user

Selected in the list

Sets the user with rights and authorities to conduct video surveillance from the Remote Workstation via the Web-server

The names of users registered in the system and added to the rights

Not set

Depends on the number of users registered in INTELLECT™

8

ECHD translation

Set the checkbox

Enables http requests used for integration with ECHD.

Boolean type

No

Yes – requests used for integration with ECHD are performed for the Camera objects under which the ECHD channel objects are created.

No – requests used for integration with ECHD are not performed.

9

RTSP-server

Select value from the list

Sets rtsp server to process ECHD requests

Names of rtsp Server objects registered in the system

Not set

Depends on the number of rtsp Server objects in distributed digital surveillance system.

10Use NAT addressSet the checkboxEnables router address substitution in ECHD requestsBoolean typeNoYes – when requesting the URL of streams through the HTTP API, the IP address of the router specified in the settings panel of the RTSP Server object is substituted in response to the request.

No – when requesting the URL of streams through the HTTP API, the IP address of the Server in its local network is returned in response to the request.

The HTTPS server group

11

HTTPS protocol

Set checkbox

Enabling HTTPS protocol when transferring data via Web-server.

Boolean type

No

Yes – HTTPS protocol is in use.

No – HTTPS protocol is not in use.

12

Key

Enter the value in the field

Key for data communication via HTTPS protocol.

Latin, Cyrillic letters and service characters

C:\Program Files (x86)\ Intellect\Modules\SSL\ssl_itv.key

Depends on the location of data encryption key when transferring data via HTTPS protocol.

13

Certificate

Enter the value in the field

Certificate for data communication via HTTPS protocol.

Latin, Cyrillic letters and service characters

C:\Program Files (x86)\Intellect\Modules\SSL\ssl_itv.cert

Depends on the location of certificate file when transferring data via HTTPS protocol.

14

Port number

Enter the value in the field

Sets the number of the port used for HTTPS server (used for video surveillance in the web browser and in the Internet).

Natural number series

443

Any allowable port numbers that are not in use.

The number of ports is specified by the system administrator.

The List of cameras tab

15

Range

Click the button

The box for adding cameras as a group is opened.

-

-

-

16

Clear

Click the button

The list of added cameras is cleared.

-

-

-

17

Add all

Click the button

All Camera objects created in the system are added to the list.

-

-

-








18

Number

Selected in the list

Sets the number of the camera video from which is transmitted to the remote workstation using the Web-server module. 

IDs of the Camera objects registered in the system

Not specified

Depends on the number of cameras in the distributed video surveillance system.

19

Camera

Selected in the list

Sets the name of the video camera video from which is transmitted to the Remote Workstation via the Web-server module.

Names of the Camera objects registered in the system

Not set

Depends on the number of video surveillance cameras in the digital distributed video surveillance system

20

Video stream

Selected in the list

Sets the number of the video stream used for displaying in the Web-server interface 

Numbers of video streams enabled on the camera and the By default value

By default

Depends on the number of enabled streams on the camera.

21

Live video

Selected in the list

Sets the source of live video to be displayed in the Web-server interface

Available means to get live video

Server

Server – live video is received from the Server to which the camera is connected.

Videogate – live video is received from the Videogate.  If a camera is not configured to transmit video through the Videogate, then this item is unavailable in the list.

22

Archive

Selected in the list

Sets the source of archive footage to be displayed in the Web-server interface

Available means to get archive video

Server

Server – archive footage is received from the Server to which the camera is connected.

Videogate – archive footage is received from the Videogate.  If a camera is not configured to transmit footage through the Videogate, then this item is unavailable in the list.

Backup archive – archive footage is received from the Backup archive 

23

Microphone

Select from a list

Specifies the name of microphone associated with the camera from which the sound will be passed through the Web-server

Names of registered Microphone objects in the system

Not specified

Depends on the number of microphones in the video surveillance system

24

Speaker

Select from a list

Specifies the name of speaker associated with the camera which will be in use to playback sound received from the client

Names of registered Speaker objects in the system

Not specified

Depends on the number of speakers in the video surveillance system

25

Compressionn

Selected in the list

Sets the compression ratio for video transmitted to Remote Workstations via the Web-server module. The higher the compression ratio the worse the video signal is.

Reference compression ratios

Not specified

Not specified, 1 – 5.

Value “1” corresponds to minimum compression ratio, “5” – to maximum.

If the compression ratio is not specified, video signal is transmitted with the same compression ratio as set for recording and  transmitting video

26

Control

Selected in the list

Sets the camera control (arm/disarm, PTZ, recording to the archive) in accordance with user rights.

Boolean type

Enabled

Enabled – camera control in accordance with user rights is enabled.  

Disabled – camera control is disabled regardless of  the user rights.

*The name of the element is not displayed in the settings panel of the given object.