Video Insight Monitor Station VMS Integration

Integrating to Video Insight Monitor Station VMS
This was tested against Monitor Station v6.2.8.5

  1. Windows Firewall – check to make sure it’s turn off or create Inbound/Outbound Rules to allow both TCP ports 4010 (data)/4012 (command)
  2. Add the Video Insight driver
    • Launch IS2000 > Hardware Manager. In the Command toolbar unlock the module. Also in the Command toolbar, click on the Commands button> Edit > Add Driver
    •  In the Add Driver window, expand DVR/NVR Video Drivers and select Video Insight Drivers
  3. Add the Video Insight controller and Configuration
    • Right-click the newly added driver> Edit >  Controller
    • In the Add Controller window, Manual Setup, click OK
    • Click on the Video Insight controller you just added > Properties
    • In the IP_Address field – Enter the IP address of the Video Insight Monitor Station server
    • In the User Name – Enter the administrative login name to Monitor Station
    • In the Data Port field, enter: 4010
    • In the Command Port field, enter: 4012
    • Click Save in the Command Toolbar
  4. Add the Video Insight sub-controller
    • Right-click on the Video Insight controller > Edit > Add Sub-Controller
    • Toggle the ‘Poll’ check box if needed

Example

This is the new URL to view the VI cameras connected to VI server:

192.168.5.116 is the VI Server in my office.

Camera 1 (my office) Video IP Address: 192.168.5.116/VideoInsight4/CameraFrame.aspx?cID=1102208762&dm=3&pu=1

Camera 2 (outside) Video IP Address: 192.168.5.116/VideoInsight4/CameraFrame.aspx?cID=1102208762&dm=3&pu=2

Note: 1102208762 = This is the camera ID that can be found from the Monitor Station>Server Configuration>Record tab