This is the IP address of the FTP server that you will be connecting to.
The default port is 21.
The user name that required accessing the external FTP server.
The password of the external FTP server.
Passive mode - Enabling passive mode will allow
access to an external FTP server if your camera is behind a router
protected by a firewall.
Enable uploading images to the FTP server:
Checking this box will enable the camera to upload images to
above FTP server.
Select Always to enable camera uploading images to the
FTP server always.
Select Schedule if you like to specify the time and day
when the camera to start and stop uploading the images to the FTP
Select Motion Detection if you would like to camera uploading images to the FTP server when the motions are detected.
Image Frequency - User can choose and define the
numbers for both Frames/Second and Seconds/ Frame.
Base File Name - The name that contains the time
stamp information, for example DCS-930L
This means that the camera took a snapshot in the year 2005, July
21 at 16:42:51 (hour:min:sec) and 01 represents the 1st picture.
File - Select Overwrite and there will be
only one images that are constantly refreshed . Select Date/Time
Suffix and the pictures will be named with a date and time (may
refer to Base File Name). Enable the Create subfolder function,
the system will auto create the subfolder by 0.5 hour, 1 hour
or 1 day. An example of this can be seen
under the Base file name category. Select Sequence Number
Suffix up to 1024 and all the pictures will be numbered from
1-1024. The total amount of pictures can be configured up to 1024
Test FTP server
An image file will be sent to the FTP server after you have
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