||Click Edit, select a network setting mode
from the drop-down list, and then click Save. You can select
one of the following modes:
- Select this option if a DHCP server is available on the same
network and you want it to assign an IP address to the Sharp. When you are on a DHCP
server with DNS capability, you will be able to connect to the Sharp using the Sharp
name (for example, Sharp1234) rather than the IP address (for example,
- This is the default state of the Sharp, and is used in most
situations. The default static IP addresses for the Sharps are:22.214.171.124
(Sharp); 126.96.36.199 (SharpX SBC1); 188.8.131.52 (SharpX SBC2).
||Enter the new IP address you want to assign to the Sharp unit.
||If you changed the subnet when selecting a new static IP
address, enter the new subnet mask.
||Enter the gateway.
|Reserved range (SharpX systems only)
||This setting changes dynamically depending on the static
IP address you enter in the Mode section. It will automatically reserve up to ten IP
addresses in sequence depending on the type of system you have.
you have a SharpX
includes an X2S LPR Processing Unit with four camera units installed, you
will need ten IP addresses to account for all the components. If you enter a
static IP of 192.168.12.34, you will get the following range:
- Single Board Computer 1 (SBC1)
- Single Board Computer 2 (SBC2).
- Genetec Video Processor 1 (GVP1)
- Genetec Video Processor 2 (GVP2)
- Camera Unit 1 (CAMU1)
- Camera Unit 2 (CAMU2)
- Processing Unit Management Controller (MPU)
- Camera Unit 3 (CAMU3)
- Camera Unit 4 (CAMU4)
- Navigation (NAV)
- For SharpX X2S systems, the
offset (SBC1 or SBC2) is taken into account by the range. This means
you only need to set the static IP address once (for SBC1 or SBC2).
The system will know if you are configuring SBC2 instead of SBC1, and
will reserve one address below to be assigned to SBC1 (192.168.12.34)
so the IP range remains consistent.
- The "NAV" IP address only applies to LPR Processing Units that
include the AutoVu Navigation Option.