CLOIP Camera Series Network Configuration
Most Modems, Routers and Network Switches are configured by the manufacturer using a default Gateway IP Address of 192.168.1.1, therefore most network devices sold across the world are configured to match this Network range. To access these devices over a network you must use a computer and Network Switch configured to the same Network before any changes can be made. If your Home or Business network uses a different Gateway ie 10.0.0.1 or 192.168.0.1 then you will need a temporary setup to configure the IP devices before connecting them to a different network range. If you do not know the Gateway refer to instructions at the end of this guide. We recommend using an IT specialist to configure or make changes to any network infrastructure.
Connect the supplied or recommended power supply to the device and a power outlet and an Ethernet (network) Cat5e or Cat6 cable from the device to a LAN port on your modem or network switch. If the device and a Network Switch supports Power Over Ethernet (POE) then a power supply is not required. Power on the device when all connections are in place.
Warning: Using an incorrect power supply may cause permanent damage to your device and will void all warranty.
Download and install the CLOIPxxxx Search Tool for Windows or MAC from the OzSpy Manual Archives:
- Mac Version: https://www.ozspysupport.com/manuals/cctv/CLOIPxxxx%20Search%20Tool%20for%20Mac%188.8.131.52.zip
- Windows Version: https://www.ozspysupport.com/manuals/cctv/CLOIPxxxx%20Search%20Tool_setup184.108.40.206.exe.zip
Search Tool Configuration
Check the box (left) for the camera or device you wish to modify. On the right side you will now be able to change the device Gateway and assign a new IP Address as required.
The Gateway is your modems IP Address. If your Gateway for example is 10.0.0.1 then change the device IP to 10.0.0.168. The first 3 sets of digits must always match the gateway. Another popular Gateway is 192.168.0.1 therefore set the IP to 192.168.0.168.
NOTE: Every IP address on a Network must be unique so if you have additional cameras or another device using that number change the last 3 digits to say 169… 170… 171, etc but must not exceed 255.
To apply the changes, you will need to enter the device username and password. The default username and password is admin then click modify. Allow a few minutes for the device to reboot and apply the changes. If the Gateway has changed you will not be able to reconnect with the device until you are again on that same Network range however the device will be displayed in the search tool with the new settings. Click refresh if required.
Factory Reset: Should the device become unstable resetting the device will return it to the default settings. Reset may not be available on all devices.
Supported Models SKU: CLOIP2MPWFSDAP, CLOIP4MP, CLOIP5MP CLOIP8MP, CLOIP1KPH, HJBOXHD07, HSMKDHD07
Search Tool Full Manual: https://www.ozspysupport.com/manuals/cctv/CLOIPxxxx%20Search%20Tool%20User%20Manual%20for%20Win%20&%20Mac%220.127.116.11.pdf
Finding you Gateway IP Address
From a computer on the same network as your camera or device type in the search bar CMD, select Command Prompt and hit “Enter/Return” on your keyboard
In the new window (command prompt) type IPCONFIG and hit “Enter/Return” on your keyboard
Once you have located the Default Gateway IP address, to check it, open any web browser and input the IP address into the Address Bar located at the top and press “Enter/Return” on your keyboard. A box should appear prompting you to enter your router’s username and password. In the example above the Default Gateway is 192.168.1.1.