NETWORK: SETTING UP DDNS FOR DYNAMIC ISP ADVANCED SETUP GUIDE: DDNS is used to prevent interruption in remote access due to a dyanmic IP address provided by your ISP changing by providing a static URL address. Please note that some of these step require access to a PC and internet access.  Go to http://cctv.armixddns.com to begin the registration process as seen below: The “Serial” Number is a 9 digit number located on the bottom of the DVR or on the label on the front edge of the box. The device-name is a custom field that pick a name that will allow you to identify your DVR/NVR in the future Please save the serial number, device name, and password in a safe location, you will need them to complete the DDNS setup on the DVR/NVR. After completing the registration above you will need to login to your DVR/NVR and then click on the Configuration icon. Now click on Network on the left panel, then click on DDNS on the tabs on the top of the menu.  Click the box to enable DDNS. After clicking the DDNS checkbox do the following: Change the DDNS type to NO-IP.com Server Address:  dynupdate.no-ip.com Device Domain Name:  Enter your custom device name that you setup previously followed by “.armixddns.com”.  Example:  mydvr.armixddns.com  User Name:  This will be email to you in the confirmation from the registration process. Password:  Enter the password you created in the registration process. After completing these steps, you must wait approximately 5-10 minutes for the DVR to update with the DDNS server and you will get a confirmation that everything is working correctly on-screen under the “Status” when it changes to “DDNS status is normal”.
ARMIX CCTV® 2016 - All Rights Reserved  
ARMIX CCTV® 2016 - All Rights Reserved
ARMIX CCTV® 2016 - All Rights Reserved  
NETWORK: SETTING UP STATIC IP ADDRESS EASY START GUIDE: Forces DVR/NVR to use the same IP address all the time, preventing your router from assigning a different address after a power cycle.  Required when port forwarding the DVR/NVR for remote access. Right click the main screen to bring up the option list and select “Menu” - you will be prompted to enter your password in order to advance.  Enter the default password  “admin12345” and then click the enter button, followed by clicking OK.  After clicking OK you will see the main system Menu.  Click the Configuration menu option. This will open the Configuration menu into the General settings tab.  Click the Network tab on the left side bar to enter the network settings. From here you can click on the IPv4 address to allow for manual entry.  First clear the existing IP address using the                        button.  Enter an IP address that matches your network’s subnet (usually 192.168.1.xxx or 192.168.0.xxx).  If you are not sure what subnet you are using, you may need to call for assistance. Next enter the subnet mask (255.255.255.0) and then the IPv4 Default Gateway.  The IPv4 Default Gateway is typically the IP address for your router, the most common addresses for this are 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 The last thing to configure is the Preferred and Alternate DNS servers which are typically provided by your ISP (internet service provider) but if you don’t know your DNS use 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 in these fields Click Apply to complete your changes and then click Liew View to exit the Menu.