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Model F VTO

VTO6441F/VTO6421F

Quick Start Guide

V1.0.1

Cybersecurity Recommendations I

Cybersecurity Recommendations

Mandatory actions to be taken towards cybersecurity

1. Change Passwords and Use Strong Passwords:

The number one reason systems get hacked is due to having weak or default passwords. It is

recommended to change default passwords immediately and choose a strong password

whenever possible. A strong password should be made up of at least 8 characters and a

combination of special characters, numbers, and upper and lower case letters.

2. Update Firmware

As is standard procedure in the tech-industry, we recommend keeping NVR, DVR, and IP

camera firmware up-to-date to ensure the system is current with the latest security patches and

fixes.

Nice to have recommendations to improve your network security

1. Change Passwords Regularly

Regularly change the credentials to your devices to help ensure that only authorized users are

able to access the system.

2. Change Default HTTP and TCP Ports:

Change default HTTP and TCP ports for systems. These are the two ports used to

communicate and to view video feeds remotely.

These ports can be changed to any set of numbers between 1025-65535. Avoiding the

default ports reduces the risk of outsiders being able to guess which ports you are using.

3. Enable HTTPS/SSL:

Set up an SSL Certificate to enable HTTPS. This will encrypt all communication between your

devices and recorder.

4. Enable IP Filter:

Enabling your IP filter will prevent everyone, except those with specified IP addresses, from

accessing the system.

5. Change ONVIF Password:

On older IP Camera firmware, the ONVIF password does not change when you change the

systems credentials. You will need to either update the cameras firmware to the latest revision

or manually change the ONVIF password.

6. Forward Only Ports You Need:

Cybersecurity Recommendations II

Only forward the HTTP and TCP ports that you need to use. Do not forward a huge range of

numbers to the device. Do not DMZ the device's IP address.

You do not need to forward any ports for individual cameras if they are all connected to a

recorder on site; just the NVR is needed.

7. Disable Auto-Login on SmartPSS:

Those using SmartPSS to view their system and on a computer that is used by multiple people

should disable auto-login. This adds a layer of security to prevent users without the appropriate

credentials from accessing the system.

8. Use a Different Username and Password for SmartPSS:

In the event that your social media, bank, email, etc. account is compromised, you would not

want someone collecting those passwords and trying them out on your video surveillance

system. Using a different username and password for your security system will make it more

difficult for someone to guess their way into your system.

9. Limit Features of Guest Accounts:

If your system is set up for multiple users, ensure that each user only has rights to features and

functions they need to use to perform their job.

10. UPnP:

UPnP will automatically try to forward ports in your router or modem. Normally this would be a

good thing. However, if your system automatically forwards the ports and you leave the

credentials defaulted, you may end up with unwanted visitors.

If you manually forwarded the HTTP and TCP ports in your router/modem, this feature should

be turned off regardless. Disabling UPnP is recommended when the function is not used in real

applications.

11. SNMP:

Disable SNMP if you are not using it. If you are using SNMP, you should do so only temporarily,

for tracing and testing purposes only.

12. Multicast:

Multicast is used to share video streams between two recorders. Currently there are no known

issues involving Multicast, but if you are not using this feature, deactivation can enhance your

network security.

13. Check the Log:

If you suspect that someone has gained unauthorized access to your system, you can check

the system log. The system log will show you which IP addresses were used to login to your

system and what was accessed.

14. Physically Lock Down the Device:

Cybersecurity Recommendations III

Ideally, you want to prevent any unauthorized physical access to your system. The best way to

achieve this is to install the recorder in a lockbox, locking server rack, or in a room that is

behind a lock and key.

15. Connect IP Cameras to the PoE Ports on the Back of an NVR:

Cameras connected to the PoE ports on the back of an NVR are isolated from the outside world

and cannot be accessed directly.

16. Isolate NVR and IP Camera Network

The network your NVR and IP camera resides on should not be the same network as your

public computer network. This will prevent any visitors or unwanted guests from getting access

to the same network the security system needs in order to function properly.

Foreword IV

Foreword

General

This Guide introduces the structure, mounting process, and basic configuration of the device.

Safety Instructions

The following categorized signal words with defined meaning might appear in the Guide.

Signal Words Meaning

WARNING

Indicates a medium or low potential hazard which, if not avoided,

could result in slight or moderate injury.

CAUTION

Indicates a potential risk which, if not avoided, could result in

property damage, data loss, lower performance, or unpredictable

result.

NOTE Provides additional information as the emphasis and supplement

to the text.

About the Guide

The Guide is for reference only. If there is inconsistency between the Guide and the actual

product, the actual product shall prevail.

We are not liable for any loss caused by the operations that do not comply with the Guide.

The Guide would be updated according to the latest laws and regulations of related

regions. For detailed information, see the paper manual, CD-ROM, QR code or our official

website. If there is inconsistency between paper manual and the electronic version, the

electronic version shall prevail.

All the designs and software are subject to change without prior written notice. The product

updates might cause some differences between the actual product and the Guide. Please

contact the customer service for the latest program and supplementary documentation.

There still might be deviation in technical data, functions and operations description, or

errors in print. If there is any doubt or dispute, please refer to our final explanation.

Upgrade the reader software or try other mainstream reader software if the Guide (in PDF

format) cannot be opened.

All trademarks, registered trademarks and the company names in the Guide are the

properties of their respective owners.

Please visit our website, contact the supplier or customer service if there is any problem

occurred when using the device.

If there is any uncertainty or controversy, please refer to our final explanation.

Important Safeguards and Warnings V

Important Safeguards and Warnings

The following description is the correct application method of the device. Please read the

manual carefully before use, in order to prevent danger and property loss. Strictly conform to

the manual during application and keep it properly after reading.

Operating Requirement

Please dont place and install the device in an area exposed to direct sunlight or near heat

generating device.

Please dont install the device in a humid, dusty or fuliginous area.

Please keep its horizontal installation, or install it at stable places, and prevent it from

falling.

Please dont drip or splash liquids onto the device; dont put on the device anything filled

with liquids, in order to prevent liquids from flowing into the device.

Please install the device at well-ventilated places; dont block its ventilation opening.

Use the device only within rated input and output range.

Please dont dismantle the device arbitrarily.

Please transport, use and store the device within allowed humidity and temperature range.

Power Requirement

The product shall use electric wires (power wires) recommended by this area, which shall

be used within its rated specification!

Please use power supply that meets SELV (safety extra low voltage) requirements, and

supply power with rated voltage that conforms to Limited Power Source in IEC60950-1. For

specific power supply requirements, please refer to device labels.

Appliance coupler is a disconnecting device. During normal use, please keep an angle that

facilitates operation.

Table of Contents VI

Table of Contents

Cybersecurity Recommendations ........................................................................................................... I

Foreword .................................................................................................................................................. IV

Important Safeguards and Warnings ..................................................................................................... V

1 Appearance ............................................................................................................................................ 1

Dimension ..................................................................................................................................... 1 1.1

Front Panel .................................................................................................................................... 2 1.2

Rear Panel .................................................................................................................................... 3 1.3

2 Installation .............................................................................................................................................. 5

Installation Requirement ............................................................................................................... 5 2.1

2.1.1 Notice .................................................................................................................................. 5

2.1.2 Guidance............................................................................................................................. 5

Connecting Cable ......................................................................................................................... 5 2.2

2.2.1 Door Lock Port .................................................................................................................... 5

2.2.2 RS-485 Port ........................................................................................................................ 7

2.2.3 Alarm I/O and Power Port ................................................................................................... 7

2.2.4 Wiegand Port ...................................................................................................................... 7

Installing VTO ................................................................................................................................ 9 2.3

3 Configuration ....................................................................................................................................... 11

Configuration Process .................................................................................................................. 11 3.1

Config Tool ................................................................................................................................... 11 3.2

Configuring VTO .......................................................................................................................... 11 3.3

3.3.1 Initialization ........................................................................................................................ 11

3.3.2 Configuring VTO Number ................................................................................................. 12

3.3.3 Configuring Network Parameters ..................................................................................... 13

3.3.4 Configuring SIP Server ..................................................................................................... 14

3.3.5 Adding VTO Devices ......................................................................................................... 15

3.3.6 Adding Room Number ...................................................................................................... 16

Verifying Configuration ................................................................................................................ 18 3.4

3.4.1 Calling VTH from VTO ...................................................................................................... 18

3.4.2 Doing Monitor from VTH ................................................................................................... 18

4 Operating VTO ..................................................................................................................................... 20

Call Function ............................................................................................................................... 20 4.1

4.1.1 Calling single VTH ............................................................................................................ 20

4.1.2 Calling Multiple VTH Devices ........................................................................................... 20

4.1.3 Calling Management Center ............................................................................................. 20

Unlock Function .......................................................................................................................... 20 4.2

4.2.1 Unlock with Face Recognition .......................................................................................... 20

4.2.2 Unlock with Password ...................................................................................................... 20

4.2.3 Unlock with IC Card .......................................................................................................... 20

4.2.4 Unlock From VTH ............................................................................................................. 21

4.2.5 Unlock From the Management Center ............................................................................. 21

Table of Contents VII

Project Mode ............................................................................................................................... 21 4.3

4.3.1 Entering Project Mode ...................................................................................................... 21

4.3.2 Modifying IP Address ........................................................................................................ 21

4.3.3 Adding Face Data ............................................................................................................. 21

4.3.4 Issuing Card ...................................................................................................................... 22

Packing List ........................................................................................................................ 23 Appendix 1

Appearance 1

1 Appearance

Dimension 1.1

Dimension (mm) Figure 1-1

Appearance 2

Front Panel 1.2

For the description of the front panel, see Table 1-1.

Face recognition is available on select models.

Front panel Figure 1-2

Table 1-1 Front panel description

No. Name Description

1 Fill light Provides extra light when recognizing faces.

Provides extra light to the camera during dark condition.

2 Light sensor Detects ambient lighting condition.

3 Camera Monitors door area, and recognizes face information.

4 MIC Inputs audio.

5 Screen Displays information.

6 Access card

reader

Recognizes access card and unlock the door.

Issues other access cards.

Appearance 3

No. Name Description

7 Dialing area

Press to operate the VTO.

Number 09: Press to input numbers; 2/4/6/8 can act as

up/down/left/right when selecting options.

: Press to delete the previous character, resume to the

previous interface, or end the current call.

: Press to go to the password input interface, or

confirm.

: Press to call a certain room after entering the room

number.

: Press to call the management center.

/ : Press to select options.

8 Speaker Outputs audio.

Rear Panel 1.3

Rear panel Figure 1-3

Appearance 4

Table 1-2 Rear panel description

No. Name Description

1 Tamper switch

The VTO would make alarm sound if it is being

removed from the wall by force, and the alarm will

also be sent to the management center.

2 SD card slot Reserved for future use.

3 Cable ports See "2.2 Connecting Cable."

4 Ethernet port Connects to the network with Ethernet cable.

5 Power port Inputs 12V DC power.

6 USB port Reserved for future use.

7 Screw hole Put in screws to fix the VTO.

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2 Installation

Installation Requirement 2.1

2.1.1 Notice

Do not install the VTO to places with condensation, high temperature, grease or dust,

chemical corrosion, direct sunlight, or zero shelter.

The installation and adjustment must be finished by professional crew, and do not

disassemble the VTO.

2.1.2 Guidance

See Figure 2-1 for the reference of the installation position, and for the VTO horizontal viewing

angle, see Table 2-1.

Installation position reference Figure 2-1

Table 2-1 Horizontal viewing angle

Model Angle of View (H)

VTO6441F/VTO6421F 75

Connecting Cable 2.2

2.2.1 Door Lock Port

This port can be used to connect to door locks, and the connection method varies with different

locks. See Figure 2-2, Figure 2-3, and Figure 2-4.

Installation 6

Electronic lock connection Figure 2-2

Magnetic lock connection Figure 2-3

Electro-mechanical lock connection Figure 2-4

Installation 7

2.2.2 RS-485 Port

This port can be used to connect to RS-485 devices. See Figure 2-5.

RS-485 port Figure 2-5

2.2.3 Alarm I/O and Power Port

This port can be used to connect to 2 alarm-in devices and 2 alarm-out devices. See Figure

2-6.

Alarm I/O and power Port Figure 2-6

2.2.4 Wiegand Port

The Wiegand port can be used to connect to the Wiegand card reader or access control device.

See Figure 2-7.

Installation 8

Connect to Wiegand card reader Figure 2-7

Connect to access control Figure 2-8

Installation 9

Installing VTO 2.3

VTO installation Figure 2-9

Table 2-2 Item list

No. Item No. Item

1 Wall 2 Mounting box

3 VTO 4 Screw

Cut an opening with the size of the mounting box in the wall. Step 1

Pull the reserved cables through the cable hole in the mounting box. Step 2

Fix the mounting box in the wall with cement or screws. Step 3

Connect the cables to the ports on the VTO rear panel. See "2.2 Connecting Cable." Step 4

Fix the VTO in the mounting box with the screws. Step 5

Apply silica gel to gaps between the device and the wall. Step 6

Liquid sodium silicate is recommended.

Installation 10

Apply silica gel to gaps Figure 2-10

Configuration 11

3 Configuration

This chapter introduces how to initialize, connect, and make primary configurations to the VTO

and VTH devices to realize basic functions, including device management, calling, and

monitoring. For more detailed configuration, see the user's Manual.

Configuration Process 3.1

Before configuration, check every device and make sure there is no short circuit or open circuit

in the circuits.

Plan IP address for every device, and also plan the unit number and room number you Step 1

need.

Configure VTO. See "3.3 Configuring VTO." Step 2

1) Initialize VTO. See "3.3.1 Initialization."

2) Configure VTO number. See "3.3.2 Configuring VTO Number."

3) Configure VTO network parameters. See "3.3.3 Configuring Network Parameters."

4) Configure SIP Server. See "3.3.4 Configuring SIP Server."

5) Add VTO devices to the SIP server. See "3.3.5 Adding VTO Devices."

6) Add room number to the SIP server. See "3.3.6 Adding Room Number."

Configure VTH. See the VTH users' manual. Step 3

Verify Configuration. See "3.4 Verifying Configuration." Step 4

Config Tool 3.2

You can download the "ConfigTool" and perform device initialization, IP address modification

and system upgrading for multiple devices at the same time. For the detailed information, see

the corresponding user's manual.

Configuring VTO 3.3

Connect the VTO to your PC with network cable, and for first time login, you need to create a

new password for the web interface.

3.3.1 Initialization

The default IP address of VTO is 192.168.1.110, and make sure the PC is in the same network

segment as the VTO.

Connect the VTO to power source, and then boot it up. Step 1

Open the internet browser on the PC, then enter the default IP address of the VTO in Step 2

the address bar, and then press Enter.

The Device Init interface is displayed. See Figure 3-1.

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Device initialization Figure 3-1

Enter and confirm the password, and then click Next. Step 3

The Email setting interface is displayed.

Select the Email check box, and then enter your Email address. This Email address Step 4

can be used to reset the password, and it is recommended to finish this setting.

Click Next. The initialization succeeded. Step 5

Click OK. Step 6

The login interface is displayed. See Figure 3-2.

Login interface Figure 3-2

3.3.2 Configuring VTO Number

The VTO number can be used to differentiate each VTO, and it is normally configured

according to unit or building number.

You can change the number of a VTO when it is not working as SIP server.

The VTO number can contain 5 numbers at most, and it cannot be the same as any room

number.

Log in the web interface of the VTO, and then the main interface is displayed. See Step 1

Figure 3-3.

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Main interface Figure 3-3

Select Local Setting > Basic. Step 2

The device properties are displayed. See Figure 3-4.

Device properties Figure 3-4

In the VTO No. input box, enter the VTO number you planned for this VTO, and then Step 3

click Confirm to save.

3.3.3 Configuring Network Parameters

Select Network Setting > Basic. Step 1

The TCP/IP information is displayed. See Figure 3-5.

TCP/IP information Figure 3-5

Enter the network parameters you planed, and then click Save. Step 2

The VTO will reboot, and you need to modify the IP address of your PC to the same

network segment as the VTO to log in again.

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3.3.4 Configuring SIP Server

The SIP server is required in the network to transmit intercom protocol, and then all the VTO

and VTH devices connected to the same SIP server can make video call between each other.

You can use VTO device or other servers as SIP server.

Select Network Setting > SIP Server. Step 1

The SIP Server interface is displayed. See Figure 3-6.

SIP server Figure 3-6

Select the server type you need. Step 2

If the VTO you are visiting works as SIP server

Select the Enable check box at SIP Server, and then click Save.

The VTO will reboot, and after rebooting, you can then add VTO and VTH devices

to this VTO. See the details in "3.3.5 Adding VTO Devices" and "3.3.6 Adding

Room Number."

If the VTO you are visiting does not work as SIP server, do not select the Enable check

box at SIP Server, otherwise the connection will fail.

If other VTO works as SIP server

Select VTO in the Server Type list, and then configure the parameters. See Table

3-1.

Table 3-1 SIP server configuration

Parameter Description

IP Addr. The IP address of the VTO which works as SIP

server.

Port 5060

Username Keep the default value.

Password

SIP Domain VDP

SIP Server Username The user name and password for the web

interface of the SIP server. SIP Server Password

If other servers work as SIP server

Configuration 15

Select the server type you need in the Server Type list, and then see the

corresponding manual for the detailed configuration.

3.3.5 Adding VTO Devices

You can add VTO devices to the SIP server, and all the VTO devices connected to the same

SIP server can make video call between each other. This section applies to the condition in

which a VTO device works as SIP server, and if you are using other servers as SIP server, see

the corresponding manual for the detailed configuration.

Log in the web interface of the SIP server, and then select Household Setting > VTO Step 1

No. Management.

The VTO No. Management interface is displayed. See Figure 3-7.

VTO No. management Figure 3-7

Click Add. Step 2

The Add interface is displayed. See Figure 3-8.

Add VTO Figure 3-8

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Configure the parameters, and be sure to add the SIP server itself too. See Table 3-2. Step 3

Table 3-2 Add VTO configuration

Parameter Description

Rec No. The VTO number you configured for the target VTO. See the

details in "3.3.2 Configuring VTO Number."

Register Password Keep default value.

Build No. Available only when other servers work as SIP server.

Unit No.

IP Address The IP address of the target VTO.

Username The user name and password for the web interface of the

target VTO. Password

Click Save. Step 4

3.3.6 Adding Room Number

You can add the planned room number to the SIP server, and then configure the room number

on VTH devices to connect them to the network. This section applies to the condition in which a

VTO device works as SIP server, and if you use other servers as SIP server, see the

corresponding manual for the detailed configuration.

The room number can contain 6 digits of numbers or letters or their combination at most, and it

cannot be the same as any VTO number.

Log in the web interface of the SIP server, and then select Household Setting > Room Step 1

No. Management.

The Room No. Management interface is displayed. See Figure 3-9.

Room No. Management Figure 3-9

You can add single room number or do it in batch. Step 2

Adding single room number

1) Click the Add at the mid lower position. See Figure 3-9.

The Add interface is displayed. See Figure 3-10.

Configuration 17

Add single room number Figure 3-10

2) Configure room information. See Table 3-3.

Table 3-3 Room information

Parameter Description

First Name

Enter the information you need to differentiate each room. Last Name

Nick Name

Room No.

The room number you planned.

If you use multiple VTH devices, the room number of the

master VTH should be "room number#0", and the room

number of the extension VTH should be "room

number#1", "room number#2", and so on.

You can have 10 extension VTH devices at most for one

master VTH.

Register Type Select public, and local is reserved for future use.

Register Password Keep the default value.

3) Click Save.

The added room number is displayed. Click to modify room information, and click

to delete a room.

Adding room number in batch

1) Configure the Unit Layer Amount, Room Amount in One Layer, First Floor

Number, and Second Floor Number according to the actual condition.

2) Click the Add at the bottom position. See Figure 3-11

Configuration 18

Add in batch Figure 3-11

All the added room numbers are displayed. Click Refresh to view the latest status,

and click Clear to delete all the room numbers.

Verifying Configuration 3.4

3.4.1 Calling VTH from VTO

Dial room number on the VTO. Step 1

Press . Step 2

The VTO is calling the VTH. See Figure 3-12.

Call screen Figure 3-12

Tap on the VTH to answer the call. Step 3

3.4.2 Doing Monitor from VTH

In the main interface of the VTH, select Monitor > Door. Step 1

The Door interface is displayed. See Figure 3-13.

Configuration 19

Door Figure 3-13

Select the VTO you need to do monitor. Step 2

The monitor screen is displayed. See Figure 3-14.

Monitor screen Figure 3-14

Operating VTO 20

4 Operating VTO

Call Function 4.1

4.1.1 Calling single VTH

See "3.4.1 Calling VTH from VTO."

4.1.2 Calling Multiple VTH Devices

If the VTO you are visiting works as SIP server, and there are multiple VTH devices being used,

when you call the master VTH, all the extension VTH devices would also receive the call.

Before calling, be sure to:

Enable Group Call in Local Setting > Basic. See the VTO user's manual.

Add master VTH and the extension VTH. See "3.3.6 Adding Room Number."

4.1.3 Calling Management Center

Press on the VTO.

Unlock Function 4.2

4.2.1 Unlock with Face Recognition

Face recognition is available on select models.

When the VTO is on sleeping mode, and when people are approaching, the screen lights up,

and then starts face recognition automatically.

4.2.2 Unlock with Password

Press on the VTO. Step 1

Input unlock password. Step 2

Press again. Step 3

4.2.3 Unlock with IC Card

Swipe the authorized access card at the access card area of the VTO to open the door.

Operating VTO 21

4.2.4 Unlock From VTH

You can tap the unlock button on VTH to unlock the door when VTO and VTH are having phone

call or you are doing monitor.

4.2.5 Unlock From the Management Center

You can unlock the door from the management center when VTO is calling the management

center, VTO and the management center are having phone call, or you are doing monitor from

the management center.

Project Mode 4.3

The project mode is only for professional or admin people, and you can make advanced

configurations to the VTO under this mode, including issuing access card, modifying device IP

address, and adding room number.

4.3.1 Entering Project Mode

On the main interface, enter +project password+ to enter project mode.

The default project password is 888888, and you can modify it on the VTO or in the VTO web

interface.

In the project mode, you can press or to select menu items; press as

return; press as confirm.

4.3.2 Modifying IP Address

In the project mode, select IP Settings. Step 1

Press numeric keys of 2, 8, 4, and 6 as directional keys to select the item you need to Step 2

modify, and then press to start input. After inputting, press to confirm.

After the modification is finished, press to exit. Step 3

4.3.3 Adding Face Data

Face recognition is available on select models.

In the project mode, select User Registration. Step 1

The Input room number interface is displayed.

Enter the room number for the newly added face, and then press . Step 2

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You can add 50 faces at most under one room number.

Select Face Registration. Step 3

The VTO starts recognizing and adding face data. Press to restart.

After the registration is finished, press to confirm, and then press to Step 4

exit.

4.3.4 Issuing Card

In the project mode, select User Registration. Step 1

The Input room number interface is displayed.

Enter the number of the room to which you need to issue access card, and then press Step 2

.

You can issue access card with master card or card issuing password. Step 3

Issue card with master card

Select Issue Card > Master card, and then swipe the master card.

You can issue master card on the SIP server. See the detailed configuration in the

corresponding manual.

Issue card with password

Select Issue Card > Password, then enter the card issuing password, and then

press # to confirm.

The default card issuing password is 002236, and you can modify it in the web interface.

See the VTO users' manual.

Swipe the card(s) that need to be authorized. Step 4

After the registration is finished, press to confirm, and then press again Step 5

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