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eSight V300R009C00 Operation Guide 10

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  • Device access: Provides the function of managing accessed VCNs, CLOUDVCNs, VCMs, and CLOUDVCMs, and supports the function of synchronizing IPCs, DVRs, NVRs, and cameras managed by VCNs or CLOUDVCNs from the VCNs or CLOUDVCNs.
  • Performance management: Monitors the CPU usage and memory usage of the VCN through performance tasks.
  • Alarm management: Manages alarms of the VCN, VCM, IPC, DVR, NVR, and camera.
  • Portal management: Displays top N SD card faults of VCNs and top N packet loss rate of VCNs.
  • Map management
    • Group statistics management

      Users can classify cameras into groups based on the actual area on the map. In addition, users can add access devices and power devices related to the camera to the group to which the camera belongs.

      After cameras are grouped, users can select a group on the map and view the total number of cameras, number of online cameras, and number of offline cameras in the group on the right of the map. If a leaf group is selected, users can also view uncleared alarms of devices in the leaf group on the right of the map.

    • Offline camera diagnosis

      After selecting a group on the map, a user can view all offline cameras in the group at the lower part of the map. The user can unfold the row of an offline camera to view the camera offline reasons, including the VCN fault, power supply fault, access device fault, main device fault, and camera fault.

    • Camera packet loss diagnosis

      After selecting a group on the map, a user can view all IPCs for which packet loss alarms are generated in the group. The user can click the diagnosis button next to an IPC to diagnose the packet loss between the IPC and IVS, including the packet loss information about the IPC, link between the IPC and agile device gateway, agile device, and link between agile devices.

  • Agile report management
    • Camera group offline rate statistics report

      Periodically collects statistics on the total number of cameras, number of online cameras, online rate, number of offline cameras, and offline rate of a camera group.

Updated: 2019-09-07

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