Info Overlay

Info is simply a collection of a lot of system internals that are interesting if you have to start troubleshooting your set up. You DDNS access doesn´t work? Check the DDNS status (has to be successful) and the UPnP Status (most likely has to be deactivated). You can also try accessing your camera via it´s WAN IP (instead of DDNS address) - to check whether it is the DDNS address or your port forwarding that is the culprit.

Keep an Eye on your Camera´s Operation

Camera IDModel number of your camera.
Firmware VersionVersion of your camera´s operating system. You can always find the newest version of the Firmware/WebUI in our Download Area. The software is uploaded to your camera through the Update Menu.
WebUI VersionVersion of your camera´s web user interface. You can always find the newest version of the Firmware/WebUI in our Download Area. The software is uploaded to your camera through the Update Menu.
Night visionOperating mode of your night vision LEDs - either switched on automatically (when it is getting dark) or permanently deactivated.
SD StateDisplays if your camera´s SD card is ready for operation.
SD CapacityFull capacity of your camera´s SD card.
Free SD StorageThe remaining capacity (the SD card is used as a ring buffer - the oldest folder is deleted once the capacity is reached).
MAC AddressHardware identification of the LAN network interface.
WLAN ModuleHardware identification of the WiFi network interface.
Camera active sinceUp-time of your camera since the last reboot.
Camera IDModel number of your camera.
WAN IP AddressWide Area Network Address of your internet connection. This is the address that your DDNS Address will be translated to, to make your camera available from the internet (needs a Port Forwarding!).
InternetIs your camera able to access the internet? The Internet Access is not mandatory to operate your camera. But it is needed for a few functions, like Email & Push Notifications, FTP Uploads, automatic Date & Time Synchronisation, Remote access over DDNS & P2P, automatic Update Notification, etc.
DDNS AddressThis function checks if your DDNS Address was successfully updated with your actual WAN IP Address. This is a requirement to access your camera from the internet.
DDNS StateThis function checks if your DDNS Address was successfully updated with your actual WAN IP Address. This is a requirement to access your camera from the internet.
P2P UIDYour personal Point-to-Point user identification number. To be used with our Android, iPhone, iPad, Windows Phone or Windows Metro app to add your camera.
P2P StateActivity status for the Point-to-Point remote access service.
UPnP StateThe UPnP service automatically tries to set a Port Forwarding for the DDNS access to your camera. We recommend to deactivate this service and create a manual forwarding instead.
User manualDownload our PDF user manual for your camera. Please be aware that the print manual might be out of date and not contain descriptions for the newest features of your camera. It is preferable to use our online documentation.

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