|Interface||SystemUI||WebUI||SmartPSS 1.16||SmartPSS 2.0|
|Schedule||SystemUI Setup||WebUI Setup||SmartPSS 1.6 Setup||SmartPSS 2.0 Setup|
|Motion||SystemUI Setup||WebUI Setup||SmartPSS 1.6 Setup||SmartPSS 2.0 Setup|
|Alarm||SystemUI Setup||WebUI Setup||SmartPSS 1.6 Setup||SmartPSS 2.0 Setup|
|Motion Record||Motion Recording Troubleshoot|
|Physical Alarm||Physical Alarm Setup|
|Zero Channel||Setup Zero Channel|
|HDD||Internal HDD vs. USB HDD|
|HDD||Hard Drive Compatibility List|
|RAID||How to Setup RAID|
|RAID||How to Delete RAID|
|RAID||How to setup Hotspare|
|RAID||RAID Info displaying as, "Active, Degraded, Recovering"|
|FTP||How to Setup FTP to Record Snapshots and Sub-Stream Using SmallFTPD|
|eSATA||eSATA Setup and Use|
|Audio||Audio Recording Setup|
|iSCSI||How to Setup iSCSI with Windows Server 2012|
|Multicast||How to Setup Multicast|
|NAS||NAS Recording Setup|
Also known as Hard Disk Drive, it is a device that would store files like documents or in our case video recorded files as a digital file.
Known as Redundant Array of Independent Disks, a technology that is used to increase the performance and/or reliability of data storage.
Termed as File transfer protocol, it is a network protocol for transfering files from one point to another over the TCP based network, ie: the internet.
It is to allow the NVR/DVR to work more efficently by steaming one access feed and letting the Router device distribute the video feed to multiple devices.