How To Configure Hikvision CCTV IP Camera For NVR
Today we will learn ‘how to Configure Hikvision CCTV IP Camera For NVR?. In the previous article, we have learned that ‘Configure Hikvision CCTV Camera On Mobile.’
Step By Step Configure Hikvision CCTV IP Camera For NVR:
To configure the Hikvision CCTV IP Camera, first of all, to set the default IP of the camera in the LAN adapter setting in the computer. ‘192.168.1.64’ This is the default IP for the Hikvision CCTV IP Camera, so I am’ 192.168.1.11 ‘sets the IP of such range.
Now install a LAN cable to the computer that came from the POE Switch and installs a LAN cable to IP camera. After installing the LAN cables on the computer and the camera from the POE switch, open Internet Explorer and enter the default IP of the Hikvision CCTV IP Camera. The camera’s default IP is ‘192.168.1.64‘. Now give the username and password to the camera.
While configuring the IP camera, there are two important settings for ‘time zone and network setting’. Now time is to configure the camera, to configure the camera, go to the Configuration tab and go to system settings and select time zone in time setting. Also, set the time in the manual time. After all, settings, click save button.
After changing date and time, you should change the default IP address of the Hikvision CCTV IP Camera. To change the default IP address, go to Basic Settings in the Network menu and go to TCP/IP and change the IP address as per your network IP range. In our network ‘0.’ I have set a ‘192.168.0.245‘ as IP range. Also, change the network gateway. I set it to ‘192.168.0.1‘. Now putting the gateway, you now have to set your internet service provider’s DNS bases. I have just set a DNS address of ‘22.214.171.124‘. After all network settings click on save button.
When the network setting is saved, the CCTV camera restarts automatically.
After the camera is restarted you can check whether the IP address is pinging or the IP address into the web browser. Putting the IP you’ve set up in Internet Explorer, enter the camera’s username and password and check it out in the Live View. In this way, you have configured the IP camera. Now let us look at how to add configured IP cameras to NVR in the next article.