Adding a Luma NVR to OvrC

Adding a Luma NVR to OvrC

Please be advised when adding the NVR to OvrC it is required to use the Mac address and the Serial number.

 

The ST number is NOT the serial number of the unit.

 

Please use the Luma utility or login to the unit to find the serial.

 

This is done for security. The ST number is on the box of the unit and the actual serial number is harder to find. We don’t want these devices erroneously claimed on OVRC.


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