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The «Glossary» section contains highly specialized terms used in VMS documentation, and is intended to enhance understanding of both the terms themselves and their use in user documentation.


Intelligent neural network video analytics as a standalone product or as a component of a VSaaS platform for analyzing and processing video streams from various sources with reactions to selected events.


Auto-provisioning is the procedure of automated camera addition and configuration. Auto-provisioning involves automatic creation of a location, entity, and camera profile, reservation of an IP address for the camera using the DHCP server, and receiving and transmitting camera streams to the media server.


Billing is software responsible for collecting information about the use of telecommunication services, their pricing, invoicing subscribers, and processing payments.

Camera ID

Camera ID is a unique number (identifier) of a video camera. It is indicated using the "#" symbol, for example: #189.


CRM/CMS are customer systems that provide contract management with service users.


CSA is the central address system. The customer's own system can be used as a CSA.

DHCP option 82

DHCP option 82 is a DHCP protocol option used to inform the DHCP server where the request came from. It is used to solve the problem of binding an IP address to a switch port and to protect against DHCP protocol attacks.

Option 82 consists of two sub-options:

  • Agent Circuit ID contains information about the port from which the DHCP relay request was received

  • Agent Remote ID is the identifier of the DHCP relay itself (which is set up during configuration, for example, using the MAC address of the switch, its description, or any convenient value)


DHCP Pool is a list of addresses that will be assigned to DHCP clients.

DHCP Server

The DHCP Server is a server used to issue and manage IP addresses for cameras within the platform.

Equipment monitoring system

Equipment monitoring system is a system that provides control over the life cycle of the customer's network equipment (cameras).


A high-performance server for processing video-audio-data information as a standalone product or as a component of a VSaaS platform for receiving video streams and data from cameras and devices, processing them, recording them as an archive, and distributing them to users in selected formats.


NTP (Network Time Protocol) is a protocol used to synchronize local clocks with the time server.


PTZ is a function of remote control of the camera's pan, tilt, and zoom through the ONVIF protocol.


Token is a digital tool (certificate) that certifies the owner's rights.


UUID is a unique identifier, a standard of identification used in software development.

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