Spyclops SPY-DVR Kit (ALL KITS) User Manual User Manual

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3.4 Record Setup:

Use your mouse and click the right button to select “Setup” key, select “System setup”, and select “Record Setup”

Channel: Pick the camera view you want to record

Weekday: Choose the day you would like to set up, or you can choose “Everyday” if you want everyday

to be recorded at the same times/settings.



is when you have manually specified the recording, and it is in



will give a

constant recording according to what time you have selected, and is shown in


on the time bar,


will only record when motion is detected and is shown in


on the time bar and


will record if you have a sensor connected to the back of the DVR to record when the sensor is activated

and is shown in


on the time bar. The time bar will display which recording option is running for

the full 24 hour day



is recommended in order to save disk space

Copy to: Select the target channel on the right. Then select “Copy to” and “OK”. The system will set the

current channel setup information to other channels selected or “all”

*Note: Make sure before configuring network settings that you have an Ethernet cable connected from your DVR

to your router

3.5 Network Setup:

DHCP: When first setting up for network access, check the “DHCP” box and “OK” then right click twice to

save. Go back into “Network setup” and unclick the “DHCP” so the DVR will not change it again

ESee: if UPnP (Universal Plug and Play) is enabled in your router, you will see an ESee id number in which

you will use to log into the phone app E-See to remotely view from an iphone or Android

IP address: This is the unique address assigned to your DVR and will be used locally (within your network)

in a web browser to view your DVR recording. This is also the address you will use if you need to port

forward (for assistance with port forwarding, you can go to portforward.com for instructions according to

your router model).

*Note: you will need to allow Active X to install on your browser to view remotely

Subnet mask: Subnet for the network segment

Gateway: This will be your router address

MAC address: The physical address of the DVR

Web port: This will need to be updated to the new port number if port forwarding is done through

another port besides 80 (ports 6000-9000 are set aside for surveillance systems and will work best for

port forwarding, we suggest 8082)

Preferred DNS: This is the address for routing web access. Not to be confused with DDNS.