SNVR0812 Q&A of New Network Structure

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SNVR0812 Q&A of New Network Structure

Postby UVS_Bruce » July 5th, 2019, 7:49 am

The majority of new things of SNVR0812 for users to adapt originates from SNVR0812's unprecedented network structure.
Especially, it features owning 2 independent network settings (LAN and WAN) because there is no Bridge between LAN and WAN PoE ports as existed in previous models.
Please refer to the screenshot below. For the full details, please refer to the SNVR Comparison Chart via the link below,
https://s3.amazonaws.com/geovision_downloads/Manual/SNVR/SNVRComparisonChart.pdf

SNVR0812_Bridge1.jpg
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The Tops of Take-Away:
* LAN networking settings are inconfigurable at 192.168.10.X as part of its spec to secure its stability, but WAN networking settings are configurable.

* Please update to the 1st official F/W v1.03 at the moment if any issue occurs.
Write to support@geovision.com.tw if any issues remains with F/W v1.03.

* It is NOT an issue in SNVR0812 that after GV-Eye for Andorid and for iOS v2.7 connects to SNVR0812 by scanning QR Code, the live view and playback on GV-Eye are no longer available but “Add a binding account” page appears as you touch the channel which has no live view or playback but “+ symbol” and “person icon”.
Instead, it's the new feature “GV-Relay QR Code” added to GV-Eye for Andorid and for iOS v2.7. For the details, please refer to the GV-Eye-Installation-Guide via the link as following >>https://s3.amazonaws.com/geovision_downloads/Manual/GV-Eye/GV-Eye-Installation-Guide.pdf

The following are some educational Q&A for reference,

Question:
1. Can a router at 192.168.0.1 connect to SNVR0812 at inconfigurable 192.168.10.2 (Only if SNVR0812 is connected at LAN port) to get it online for GV-Eye operation?

2. For SNVR0812’s live view (from cameras connected) on SNVR Viewer/ERM, is connecting a PC to a LAN port and configuring the PC to 192.168.10.X the only way?

3. For configuring/upgrading F/W of cameras connected to SNVR0812, is connecting a PC to a LAN port and configuring the PC to 192.168.10.X the only way?

4. The typical Geovision cameras sometimes can’t be assigned to 192.168.10.X by DHCP, is it an issue?

5. A-Series/T-Series, located at 192.168.0.10 by default, sometimes can’t be assigned to 192.1 68.10.X by DHCP.

6. The 2 of the most common questions against this spec : When a PC connect to SNVR0812 at LAN port, SNVR will show up at inconfigurable 192.168.10.2.
6a. What if the general network is built differently, for example: 10.0.0.0 – 10.255.255.255, and can’t modify the entire network for just one unit of SNVR0812?

6b. Will multiple SNVR0812 conflict at inconfigurable 192.168.10.2 when they are conncted to a switch or to each other?

Answer:
1. Yes, please connect the router to SNVR0812 at its WAN port. Please note that when SNVR0812 is connected at WAN port, its IP can be configured. So it’s able to be changed to 192.168.0.X with the router at 192.168.0.1.

2. No, please connect a PC with SNVR Viewer/ERM installed to SNVR0812 at its WAN port and configure

3. Yes.

4. Please ensure the LAN configuration of camera in the web interfaces are set to Dynamic IP address obtained by a DHCP server.
If the issue remains, please let us know which model it's.

5. Same as Answer #4.

6a. Please connect the network to SNVR0812 at its WAN port and configure its networking settings the same as the entire network of users,
so a PC on the network can access SNVR0812’s live view (from cameras connected), but not configure/upgrade F/W of cameras.

6b. This is acutually a common misguide of SNVR, users usually utilize it as a switch and connect multiple of them together to expand the camera amount or configure/upgrade F/W of cameras connected to them in the past.
However, it no longer happens in SNVR0812.
Please advsie users to utilize SNVR0812 as a idependent server in charge of live view and playback (from cameras connected).
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