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Ok, so this was all working but now has stopped and i dont know why.
I will explain giving 1p addresses (but will alter due to security)
modem ip: 184.108.40.206 1st routers wan ip: 220.127.116.11
1st routers lan ip: 192.168.0.1
2nd routers wan ip: 192.168.0.100
2nd routers lan ip: 192.168.2.1
ip camera is on 192.168.2.100:99
i can access the camera via its ip from inside network 2. but not from network 1 (no nat loopback).
using my dyndns name inside any of my networks our externaly just doesnt work, and it used too.
in my dyndns host settings i have the ip set as my routers ip so, 18.104.22.168
on the camera all i have entered is my user name, my password, and my host (firstname.lastname@example.org etc). It has feilds for ddns or proxy server and ddns or proxy port, but im sure i left these blank before.
This is all the info i have. All my ports are forwarded correctly from one router to the next, and my FTP still works so it all must beforwared correctly.
Any ideas anyone?
sorry i miss typred my hostname. i have entered my host name correctly.
Oh dear my mistake. after scratching my head for a few days i have just realised my simple mistake. i didnt assign my second router a static ip from the first. so my first router used dhcp and changed my second routers wan ip. so now its all assigned and it all works fine again.
thank you for your help
Answer by Scarabaeus · Mar 29, 2011 at 06:56 PM
Does the IP associated with your hostname at the DynDNS account match the WAN IP of the router? If so, that should mean that the update client is working properly, and that you have a local network problem not within the scope of DynDNS.
on the camera all i have entered is my user name, my password, and my host (email@example.com etc)
If you have entered firstname.lastname@example.org as your hostname, I believe that to be incorrect. Shouldn't it be watchit247.dyndns.com?
Oh, and your adding comments to your question will not noticed by others because it doesn't bump the question to the top of list. Edit your question instead.