Canon VB-H610VE Manual (en)

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(1) [View Logs] 
Display a history of camera operations and 
connections to each viewer, etc. 
(2) [View Current Settings] 
Display a list of current settings. 
(3) [Reboot] 
The camera is rebooted. 
(4) [Restore Default Settings] 
Except for the following items, all user-defined 
settings will be discarded and restored to factory 
default settings after the camera is rebooted.
– Network administrator password, LAN, IPv4, IPv6
– Date and time
– Host access restrictions for access control
– SSL/TLS
(5) [Back Up Settings]
Back up all settings, other than the date and time, to a 
memory card.
The IP address, SSL certificates, and private key files 
are also backed up.
(6) [Restore Settings]
Restore all settings, other than the date and time, from 
a backup file on a memory card.
The IP address, SSL certificates, and private key files 
are also restored.
The camera reboots after settings are restored.
Note
• It is recommended that you write down all current setting 
values before restoring factory default settings in [Restore 
Default Settings] (p. 166). 
• The camera can be restored to factory default settings using 
the reset switch as well. Note, however, that this will reset all 
camera settings to factory default settings except for date and 
[Maintenance] 
Viewing Event Logs and Current Settings and Performing Maintenance
The following items can be used here. 
• Tool
Display or Initialize Camera Settings, and Back 
Up/Restore Settings.
Important
If the restored settings were backed up from a different camera, 
note that an address conflict on the network may occur.
Caution
• You must not turn off the camera while it is 
performing the [Restore Default Settings], [Back 
Up Settings] or [Restore Settings] operation. 
Turning off the camera at this stage may result in 
making it unable to boot correctly. 
Never touch the camera head during 
initialization. Initialization failure or malfunction 
may result.