I Have read a good few posts on line and still have a bit of difficulty understanding.
Got a few cameras in the business hooked up to a router. Can see the cameras from the wired in PC in the office.
Or from any wifi enabled laptop that can connect to the business wifi. EG: connect to the wifi ssid, put in the wifi key... connected from browser enter 192.168.1.100 and i get a web client log in screen, login here and i see the cameras.
When i do "what i think is looking for my public ip" via the internet i get an ip address.
If i enter this ip into any browser from anywhere i get the login screen to my business router.
This is how far i am. I have a dydns account but i have no idea what to do with it.
Do i need to pay dydns for a service and if so what, from the forums I see i need to get a Dynamic DNS host but i can’t see that on any services.
Can anybody give me a "for dummies" set of instructions on how to proceed.
asked Mar 26 '11 at 01:19 PM in Default
This problem is covered in the guide as well as in these questions.
As far as I can see, no, you don't need to pay for a service. What you want, to resolve your DynDNS hostname to your public IP address, is totally free, for up to two hostnames.
As you have multiple cameras, this Q&A is especially interesting for you.
answered Mar 26 '11 at 03:23 PM
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answered Dec 11 '11 at 12:15 AM