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Hi there, I have a cctv system and connected a aztech wireless router modem to it. .How do i setup so that i can view the cctv from other places?
I've done the following:
1.Setup my cctv system ip:192.168.1.10 , subnet mask 255.255.255.0 , gateway:192.168.1.1 , dns:22.214.171.124
2.Aztech wireless router modem
address pointing to 192.168.1.10
Answer by RotBlitz · May 06, 2010 at 06:43 PM
Better point it to your router (192.168.1.1). External DNS addresses on local devices break local name resolution.
address pointing to 192.168.1.10"
No, your DynDNS hostname must point to your public IP address.
192.168.1.10, so who should be meant? ;-)
This is a private IP address, not usable over the internet.
However, the port forwarder rule in your router must point to the CCTV's IP address
Answer by Gostallion · Mar 14, 2012 at 01:17 PM
Hello I need help with my CCTV iPhone app. I have eagles eye installed and can't access my CCTV remotely since today. My tech support recently changed my ip add to mac000e53199bf0.ddns.dvrtw.com.tw and it worked fine for awhile but today I get an error message that the ip is no longer accessible.
Can anyone help me? I rather do it myself then rely on tech support which I don't find reliable.Step by step instruction will be greatly appreciated :D
Answer by ppsystems · May 12, 2010 at 06:09 PM
Forget all that dude, go into the wan setup and put the cctv ip adrress into DMZ this will allow duplex traffic to that IP address but exposure to the outside cyber world, please tell me the make of the CCTV unit and i will tell you how to set it up.
Answer by difenda · May 10, 2010 at 04:00 PM
The general idea is that when you hit your own Router from 'outside', the router has a port forward set up on it that effectively says 192.168.1.1 (your router) please forward all dvr traffic (specified by adding a specific port to the end of the ip, e.g. :8000) to 192.168.1.10 (your DVR).
The reason you use the services of DYNDNS.org is that they monitor your routers dynamic ip (i.e. likely to be constantly changing) and they re-map what is effectively an English name e.g. (mycctv.gotdns.com) to your routers dynamic/changing ip. That way whenever you type in the English URL from outside your home (on the public internet) the browser always resolves the name to your routers IP.
You have to set up the correct port forward on your routers software so that it points to your DVR's IP. Your DVR actually has its own built-in web server and when you do connect ot it you get the homepage on the DVR ! Quite likely your DVR has a login and password to access your cameras. Phew, hope that helps.
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