Product: DCS-920 Firmware Version: 1.00  
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Network Setup
Wireless Setup
Dynamic DNS
Image Setup
Time and Date

Network Setup

You can configure your LAN and Internet settings here.

lan settings

DHCP Connection  Static IP Address  PPPoE
 IP Address
 Subnet Mask
 Default Gateway
 User ID
Primary DNS  
Secondary DNS  

Port settings

 Second HTTP Port Enable Disable
  Port Number  


Enable Disable


Helpful Hints..

Select "DHCP Connection" if you are running a DHCP server on your network and would like an IP address assigned to your camera automatically. You may choose to manually enter a Static IP Address and all the relevant network information or select PPPoE if you connect your DCS-920 directly to the Internet that uses a PPPoE service. If you choose PPPoE you must enter the user ID and password that was given by your Internet Service Provider.

DNS (Domain Name System) server is an Internet service that translates domain names (i.e. into IP addresses (i.e. The IP addresses can be obtained from your ISP.
- Primary DNS: Primary domain name server that translates names to IP addresses.
- Secondary DNS: Secondary domain name server to backup the primary one.

Port Settings - Most ISPs do not open port 80 (a DCS-920 default video transfer port) for their residential customers, the DCS-920 has the ability to use a different port by enabling the second http port for its video transfer. Any unused ports can be used such as port 800, 801, etc. Remember that if the DCS-920 is behind a router, you will need to forward that port to the DCS-920's IP Address. When accessing the camera, you will need to type the camera's IP Address and followed by the port number (for example

UPnP Settings will allow you to configure your camera as an UPnP device in the network.

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