ICM-7100SE

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The ICM-7100 series Server is ICRealtime’s first dedicated Video Management System Appliance. Designed for 24/7/365 operation, it is designed for enterprise-grade multiple site management.

This dedicated Linux server adopts a Client/Server topology for managing your various remote video devices and locations. Hardware wise, it supports (4) Gigabit Ethernet Ports and a built-in 1TB HDD for the Video Management System Software and Database itself.

If your project is specified for up to 256 cameras, requires an unlimited amount of user accounts, or needs a single point to centrally administrate all of your configuration settings and user accounts, the ICM-7100 can be your complete Video Management System. Finally, you can say goodbye to software licenses from other software-based VMS platforms!


Features

  • Multi-device, multi-channel real-time monitoring and record play
  • E-map function allows a user to position the device at any time.
  • Bidirectional talk allows a client to communicate with front-end device and broadcast.
  • Easy management over a wall display with a synchronous display.
  • Customize monitoring plan and supports multi-channel/window video tour.
  • Alarm activation with alarm video
  • Mouse simulating rocker to control PTZ
  • Easy search of video with mark function
  • Local snapshot
  • Behavior analysis, face recognition, smart track and people count.


ICM Family

  • ICM-B: Apply to basic video surveillance system, like shops, factory.Including monitoring, playback, Intelligent.
  • ICM-M: In addition to the basic functions, such as real-time monitoring, playback, E-map. DSSM also enhances its user-experience on the operation of GPS positioning, electric-Fence, track of vehicle, various reports and etc.
  • ICM-T: Apply to Intelligence Transportation System, Support Red Light Enforcement, ANPR, Radar Speed Enforcement and etc.
  • ICM-H: Apply to the intelligent building, like Plaza, Shopping Mall, Hotels, parking lot. including video surveillance, access control, alarm, video intercom and intelligent parking lot together.

Terminology

  • MCD: Responsible for alarm host, access control and environment device input and alarm receiving and forwarding
  • PCPS: Responsible for Hikvision, onvif device login and to get and forward stream to MTS
  • MGW: Responsible to send MTS address to decoding device
  • VMS: Responsible to login decoding device and send video wall task to decoding device


Initial Setup

Defult IP address

The default IP address is 192.168.1.108. The server has no video output it is all web-based. Once it fully boots up please go to http://192.168.1.108/config to modify the IP address.

Default Config Portal Default Credentials:

User Configuration Page

User: admin

Password: 123456

(Please modify the password for this account)


Default Operator Portal Default Credentials:

User Configuration Page

Create an account specifically for viewing the devices via DSS Client. Do not use, "System" or "admin"


Default Admin Portal Default Credentials:

User Configuration Page

User: system

Password: 123456

(Please modify the password for this account)

Upgrading Frimware

Please log in to the Admin / Config portal using the username "admin". Then go down to system upgrade, press browse and pick the .bin file provided from ICRealtime support.


Creating a role

This step must be done before creating a user.

Please log into the web interface of the ICM-7100 using the "system" username. Then you will go into account tab > role > press "+ add" button.

  • Input the "role name"
  • Role level is on your determination of what level this role is in your server.
  • Memo is a note for the server admin.
  • Device rights is what rights this role will have over your recorders.
  • System rights are for what rights this role will have in correlation to your ICM-7100SE.
  • Channel tree are for what devices the role will be able to see and communicate to.

Creating a user

Please log into the web interface of the ICM-7100 using the "system" username. Then you will go into account tab > User > Press "+ add" button.

  • Make a username.
  • Check the reusable box. (this will let you use the account at different locations)
  • Select Organization.
  • New password.
  • And select the role this account will use.


ICM Client Default Login Credentials:

User Configuration Page

Create an account specifically for viewing the devices via ICM Client. Do not use, "System" or "admin"


Default Ports Information

These Ports need to be open under the TCP protocol.

  • Port 9000: CMS-Manage other server registration and signal deployment
  • Port 9200: DMS-Responsible to login front encoder, receive an alarm, forward alarm, send alarm and send calibration command
  • Port 9100: MTS-Responsible to get A/V stream from the front device and forward to SS, client and decoding device.
  • Port 9320: SS-Responsible for record storage and record search and playback
  • Port 9500: ARS-Responsible to auto-register device listening, login and get and 9500 forward streams to MTS
  • Port 9700: ASC-Responsible to resolve alarm scheme into ADS and some APP
  • Port 9600: ADS-Response to send alarm info to different objects according to different schemes
  • Port 9800: ADP-Responsible for cascading of the alarm business
  • Port 9900: VQDS-Perform video quality diagnosis, currently diagnosis options for 7016 are:video loss, high brightness, low brightness, contrast, definition, color shift
  • Port 9400: PES-Responsible to manage MCD
  • Port 8081: PTS
  • Port 5080: SIP
  • Port 554: RTP

Installing Client Software

Prerequisites

  • A Connection to the ICM Server
  • An Internet Connection
  • DSS server IP address
  • Microsoft Windows XP SP3, Microsoft Windows 7 or above
  • Core 2 dual-core 3.0Ghz or above
  • At least 10GB free hard disk space or above
  • DirectX 9.0c or above
  • 4GB Memory or above
  • 1024×768 resolution or above
  • Internet Explorer 7 or above

Download

Login Page
Windows Icon
Zip Download


1. Launch Internet Explorer 7 (or above version).

Type in your ICM server's address into the URL bar and press enter.

For this example, we will use a local ICM server with an IP of (192.168.69.25)



2. Establish a connection through IE to find the home page.

You will find a login page where you can download the Windows client.

The download link is in the lower left-hand side.




3. IE will prompt that your download will take place

You can open or save the "ICRealtimeClient_x64.zip" download

We recommend saving the file for future use.





Installation

4. Once "DSSClient.zip" is downloaded locate the file and extract the compressed zip file

5. Now launch the ICrealtimeClient installer

6. Select your language and press "OK"

7. Select Next

8. Read the EULA and select "Accept" in order to proceed with the installation

9. Select or type in your preferred installation directory, or if you are okay with the installation directory select "Install". In this case, we used "C:\ICREALTIMECLIENT"

10. Wait for the installer to finish

11. Once the installer has finished you are now ready to run the ICREALTIMEClient on Windows, Enjoy!


Setting update and time for ICM Server

Description

ICM server’s DMS server send sync time command to front-end device via network SDK, after front device sync time, will return DMS server to info channel and sync device time to certain time. Check object to sync time(server, device, set sync to start time and period, click sync time button.


Requirements

  • IE or Chrome
  • Internet access and IP address to the ICM Server


Instructions

Configtool
skip to time setup
Sync setup

1. First, locate the IP address of your ICM server.


2. Use address: http://ip-address/config in internet explorer or google chrome (example: http://192.168.69.25/config).


3. Once at the config webpage for DSS enter the config login. (default username: admin, password: 123456).


4. Under Quick Guide select the Skip button in the lower right corner, until you reach Time Setup.


5. Check DST is daylight savings time applies. Select your timezone. If you want to use an NTP server then select NTP Setup Enter the servers address and the period that you want to update the time. This should finish configuring the time on the server, please wait while the server reboots.


6. Sync IPC Time Is located on the Admin page. Use address: http://ip-address/ in internet explorer or chrome (example http://192.168.69.25). Once at the webpage log in using the system account. (default username: system, password: 123456)


7. Select the System Tab ➞ Select Parameters Tab ➞ Sync Time. Make sure the checkbox is checked as well, you can also set a sync interval if needed.


(Please see below on setting up devices time settings)

NVR/DVR/IP camera's time settings Time Settings

Setting up Network settings

This Section is on how to set up the network settings for the ICM-7100SE. Network settings are done and set inside the config page of the ICM's web interface. (192.168.1.108/config)

TCP/IP

  • Log into the admin account using the Config page.
  • Navigate to segment setup tab on the left.
  • Inside TCP/IP is where you will set up the IP address for the Network card 1 (eh0) This card has to be the default network card.
  • The 4 different network ports are for the different gateways you can hardline into and connect to if you need to communicate with recorders/IP cameras on different gateways. This method is call multi-address.


Lan/Wan Mapping

  • All these ports need to be forward on the firewall of the router for the services of the ICM-7100SE to work remotely. (These ports can be modified)
  • All these ports use the TCP/UDP protocol in the router's firewall setup.
  • The web port is used under the HTTP protocol.
  • Router address will be the external WAN IP address of your network.

Sidenote: You have the ability to go thru the Quick Guide on the left for more of a basic setup quick and easy.

Server Distribution

Hot Stand By
Distributed Architecture
Distributed Server Architecture

The ICM-7100SE is a server that can support 20 distributes server and 5 level cascade. This is a method of stacking the server to bump up the specs of the server can handle more cameras and recorders.

Features: Hot Stand-By, Distributed Architecture, Distributed Server Architecture.

Hot Stand-By

  • Hot standby mode can improve the availability of the system, when the Master server fails or disconnects, the Hot stand-by server change to active mode automatically and the system keeps on working.
  • Transfers data over to the master server with zero downtime.
  • This solution will not upgrade the specs of the server. (Please see image to the right)
  • Both servers will share a virtual Local IP for clients.

Distributed Architecture

  • Expands the video transfer, Media storage, and device management capacity.
  • Up to 20 ICM-7100SE's supported on this feature.
  • This method does not support Hot Standby, so if the master server fails or disconnects all the servers will also disconnect.
  • Each server will have it's one local IP address, with a virtual IP for client use.

Distributed Server Architecture

  • This solution will allow you to have the ability to expand the capacity of the server and also allow you to have a Hot Stand-By Server.
  • This will have a Master server and one Hot standby, if anything happens to the distributed server then the M redundant server will take over and work automatically. (example on the right)
  • Server set up like this is far more complex solutions, please consult salesperson for the best solution for your project.


Setting up an "Org"

Inside the web interface of the ICM-7100SE, you have the ability to break down the devices being added to the server down to your company name or locations of where these devices will be located. This will give you the ability to have the end user go to certain recorders based on the title of the device, also it will help when creating roles for the accounts when allowing a certain user to only see a certain "org" (ie. Security guard A works in the east wing, I created an east wing "org" with the devices tied back to that "org" this way when creating accounts everything is neatly organized based on the project)

  • Frist you will need to log into the web interface of the ICM. (ie. http://192.168.1.108).
  • Then navigate to general and "org".
  • You have the ability to change the main "org name" by pressing the pencil icon.
  • To create sub "org" you will press "+ add"
  • Create a lower "org" name and SN: is not a required field.
  • Memo is for notes for the admin, also not required.


How to add a device to the ICM-7100SE

The ICM has the ability to communicate with different recorder across the local network and Wan networks (remote devices). The ICM server can connect to recorder and cameras via the TCP port. Adding these devices will allow the ICM client to see the recorders and cameras for the end user.

Adding a NVR

  • Frist you will need to log into the web interface of the ICM. (ie. http://192.168.1.108).
  • Log into it using your "system" account or you can use a created account that is an administrator.
  • Then navigate to the General tab and go to Device.
  • Press the "+" add button and a window will pop up. If it's an NVR or DVR please select Encoder.
  • Select the add type either IP address for a local IP or a Wan IP or you can select Domain name for the remote recorder that has an ICDDNS or another DDNS domain. (For remote devices we recommend static Wan IP address)
  • Device Port is the TCP port of the recorder.
  • Username and password of the device/recorder.
  • Device name is for the name you want to set for the recorder this will display for the end user on the Client software as well.
  • Org wherein the scheme of your servers organization it will fall under.
  • Then Press add and it will go from Offline to online.

Adding a camera

  • Frist you will need to log into the web interface of the ICM. (ie. http://192.168.1.108).
  • Log into it using your "system" account or you can use a created account that is an administrator.
  • Then navigate to the General tab and go to Device.
  • Press the "+" add button and a window will pop up select IVS.
  • Select the add type either IP address for a local IP or a Wan IP or you can select Domain name for the remote recorder that has an ICDDNS or another DDNS domain. (For remote devices we recommend static Wan IP address)
  • Device Port is the TCP port of the camera.
  • Username and password of the device/recorder.
  • Device name is for the name you want to set for the recorder this will display for the end user on the Client software as well.
  • Org wherein the scheme of your servers organization it will fall under.
  • Then Press add and it will go from Offline to online.


Business settings

Time Template settings

This where you can set templates for the alarm settings, this will save you time when making schedules not having to redo the settings over and over again. This setting will also show up in all the clients software as templates they can use for alarm scheme.

Storage tab

This setting is if your using the ICM-7100SE as a backup and have installed a 2nd hard drive to the server, this works better with our new model. (ICM-7116SE coming soon)


How to Setup Map for ICM Server

admin protal map
Map in ICM client
Map in ICM client


Description

Use the map feature on ICM Server to manage remote ICrealtime devices.

Requirements

  • ICM Server system portal
  • ICM server IP Address
  • Internet access
  • Internet Explorer or Chrome
  • Google maps or file of a map to be used.

Instructions

1. Go to your browser and enter in http://ICMIP (example: http://192.168.69.25/) and enter your credentials to log in.


2. Select the longitude and latitude for google map and click apply.


3. Go to the ICM Client and select Map.


4. You may now see the map and scroll to zoom in and out.