Configure AFU to CIFS server parameters

You can automatically upload recordings to a CIFS server (also known as SMB or samba) when you select CIFS as the AFU protocol transfer type using the Admin panel. Samba version 1 is supported.

The following table describes the parameters to configure AFU to a CIFS server.

CIFS Automatic File Upload Configuration Parameters

Name Description
Server Port The CIFS server port. Leave blank to use the default port, or enter the port used for your CIFS server.
Server address The IP address (or fully qualified domain name) of the CIFS server.
Server share The name of the shared folder on the CIFS server.
Domain The CIFS server's Windows domain or Work Group name . Needed if the server is part of Active Directory or a Domain Controller.
Login Username for the CIFS server.
Password Password for the CIFS user.
Use temp file Causes files to be named with .part extension on the server during active upload. When the upload completes, the file is renamed to the appropriate extension (.mov, .mp4, .ts or .avi).


Configure AFU upload to a CIFS server using the Admin panel

  1. From the Automatic File Upload configuration page, select CIFS Client as the protocol transfer type.

  1. Specify the target Server address. If your system is configured with DHCP or has a valid DNS configuration (see Configure DHCP), you can use the server’s fully qualified domain name instead of the IP address.
  2. Enter the target Server port, if you have configured the server to use something non-standard. Leave this value blank to use the default port.
  3. Specify the Server share. This is the CIFS share name or the name of the shared folder on the server. If needed, request this value from the network administrator.
  4. If the system is in a different domain than the server or if it is part of Active Directory, enter the Domain name of the CIFS server.
  5. Specify a username for the CIFS Server in the Login field. The user must have write permissions for the share folder.
  6. Specify the password for the user in the Password field; the value is masked by dots.
  7. Select Use temp file to name files with a temporary filename extension (.part) on the server until upload is complete.
  8. Click Apply