Network switch has port security on and shuts down a NetApp iSCSI data port (e.g. CH3).
This article is only relevant in aspects of network security / port security where MAC addresses are analysed.
Some network security applications are capable of sniffing network packets thoroughly enough to pick up MAC addresses on E-Series Controller ports that are not seen in the Storage Array Profile data.
This article will explain how to set-up the RAID quickly in order to start the "re-imaging" process from the Recovery DVD (one at DIVAR IP 6000 R2 - or two DVDs at DIVAR IP 7000 R2) enclose to each DIVAR IP 7000 R2 or DIVAR IP 6000 R2 delivery.
This article lists how to configure ANR feature in BVMS and how correctly to set up iSCSI and direct replay.
Configuration of ANR in BVMS system
Insert SD card into camera and power it on.
In Configuration Client, select Devices page.
Device password and CHAP password. There are two possible configuration set ups - to configure password for both device and iSCSI connection or to leave both without password. Choose and configure one of them (3.1 or 3..2).
3.1. Set device user password and CHAP password
3.2. No CHAP password for ANR
Note: Mixing the parameters between the two options 3.1 and 3.2 will lead to issues in direct replay from SD card.
Traffic detector has been developed to cope with all traffic densities up to high density like congestions and queues in front of traffic lights. It also detects non-moving vehicles and is thus applicable for smart parking. In addition to vehicles, it also detects pedestrians.
Tunnels & Highways: o Collection of traffic statistics o Detection of congestions for automatic speed signaling o Detection of wrong way driving
Intersections: o Detecting presence and volume of vehicles
Smart parking: o Detect parked cars
With the DSA E2800 Bosch introduced Multipathing. It is a fault-tolerance technique that defines more than one physical path between the camera and its iSCSI storage devices through redundant network connections.
When using this feature, recording of video data and replaying video data is possible even in case of an iSCSI controller failure. To ensure also that outages of infrastructure equipment (e.g. Switch) could be covered, we recommend following Interconnection.
This article describes the easiest method for adding Expansion shelves to a Base unit DSA E-Series E2600, E2700 or E2800.
This article also applies when:
The amount of storage is overloaded and you need additional storage after fully populating the base shelf.
1. Configuration Manager
2. Configuration Client which is included with BVMS
3. Santricity Software
BVMS v10.1 and BVMS v11.0 come with a checkbox where you can logon to the Operator Client with Windows Credentials.
If you want to use this function, you need to set up the BVMS Configuration Client and browse the AD users-groups. Then, the users can sign in to Operator Client with their Windows-Credentials.
You can find it in the Configuration Client > Main window > Settings menu > Remote Access Settings... command > Show Port Mapping... button > Port Mapping Table dialog box
Port Mapping Table dialog box displays the port mapping for the IP addresses of the configured devices in your BVMS.
You can find here the private and public ports that are in use in the BVMS system.
All local ports that must be open on the computer where the server is installed or on the router/ level 3 switch that is connected to the server can be found in Help section (F1) from Configuration Client or you can see some useful examples, Q&A and specific cases in the following Knowledge Base article:
Which are the ports that must be open within a LAN for all BVMS components?
This articles gives a short introduction to scripting alarm and counter tasks with Intelligent and Essential Video Analytics in FW 7.60. It also provides a broad selection of example scripts for explanation as well as including real world application examples.