Once you’ve installed one ore more Kerberos Agents, you should have access to the Kerberos Agent user interface. The interface allows you to interact with the Kerberos Agent, and more specifically configure the camera stream, setup a cloud connection, watch recordings and live views, etc.
Having a UI in place, it is important to note that Kerberos Agent also ships numerous APIs, that allow you to automate the configuration. The APIs are exposed as, Swagger documentation, and can be used for configuration of Kerberos Agent but also development of custom applications or business logic.
Once you open a browser, and navigate to the Kerberos Agent user app (see installation for the URL), you will land on the login page.
The default username and password of the Kerberos Vault app is:
- username: root
- password: root
The username and password can be changed by setting an environment variable.
On the dashboard page, you’ll find a summary of the most relevant information and insights.
At the media page you’ll find all your past and future recordings. It shows the recordings in a latest to oldest view and allowxs you to filter and browse through your recordings.
The settings page allows you to modify the Kerberos Agent configuration. While configuring you will find different settings such as:
- general (name, timezone, etc)
- camera (which main stream and/or sub stream)