Canon vb-s800d Manual (en)

You can batch configure multiple cameras by loading a “setting file” based on camera specification files for each camera 
displayed in the camera list.
Creating a Setting File
For the setting file, specify the parameters such as the MAC address, IPv4 address, or camera name. It is most efficient if 
you save a camera list detected using the search function (P. 16) as a camera specification file, and edit it to use as a base 
for creating the setting file.
The header on the first line and the item names on the second line are required. For the third line and onward, 
specify the [MACAddress] (MAC address) that identifies the camera, and the values that you want to specify for 
the cameras. The following values can be set.
[IPv4Address] (IPv4 address)
[SubnetMask] (subnet mask)
[DefaultGateway] (default gateway address)
[CameraName] (camera name)
[Port] (HTTP/HTTPS port number)
[User] (administrator name)
[Word] (administrator password)
[DHCP] (whether to use DHCP)
• [MACAddress] (MAC address) is required for the setting file.
• If the [DefaultGateway] (default gateway) column is left blank, an empty value is set for the camera. If you do not want to set this 
value, delete the [DefaultGateway] (default gateway) column.
Save the edited setting file in CSV format.
Configuring Cameras Using a Setting File
Save a camera specification file (P. 39).
Edit a camera specification file (P. 40).
If the header on the first line is “ContainsPass=2”, the value for [Word] (administrator password), is handled as an encrypted 
value. Therefore, when editing [Word] (administrator password), change the header to “ContainsPass=1”. However, the 
administrator password information of the camera is saved in the file without being encrypted. Take care when handling the file to 
maintain security.
Save the setting file.
The [MACAddress] values are required.