A "Server settings unavailable when cameras are on both the Public Network (LAN1) and the Private Network (LAN2)" appears in this section when configuring multiple cameras using "Surveillance Settings" display, and some of those cameras are on the Private LAN, and some on the Public LAN. You cannot assign Private LAN server settings to a Public LAN camera, and vice versa.
|Data Center Expert server||Identify the name of the Data Center Expert server where data from the selected camera will be sent.
By default, the name of the current Data Center Expert server is provided.
|Port||Identify the port used by the server to connect with the selected camera.
80 is the default value for HTTP communication when the Connect using SSL Option is disabled.
443 is the default value for HTTPS communication when the Connect using SSL Option is enabled.
The port number must match the port number defined in the identified Data Center Expert server's Web Server tab for Server Access, a Server Administration Settings option in the System menu. Otherwise a NetBotz Appliance associated with the selected camera or cameras cannot send surveillance data to the server successfully.
|Connect Using SSL||Select to have the server use the Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) protocol when communicating with the selected camera (not selected, by default).|
|SSL Options||Select the method of verification to be used when licensed cameras attempt to connect to the server using the SSL protocol.
No Verification: requires SSL support on the server (do not send data without it), but accepts any certificate provided by the server (i.e. self signed certificates will be allowed). This is the default setting.
Verify Certificate: requires SSL support on the server (do not send data without it), and only accepts certificates signed by a trusted certificate authority (i.e. self signed certificates will not be allowed, but Verisign and the like certificates will be accepted even if the hostname does not match the host in the certificate).
Verify Certificate and Hostname: requires SSL support on the server (do not send data without it), and only accepts certificates signed by a trusted certificate authority and which contain a hostname matching that used to contact the server (i.e. only certificates issued by trusted sources and which contain the same hostname as used to access the server are allowed).
Disabled when Connect using SSL is not selected.