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Answer by Cry Havok · Jul 12, 2012 at 03:37 PM
You should be using
http://example.dyndns.org:8081/ to connect to your cameras, having forwarded the right port to each device.
Otherwise, please work through this sticky and if that doesn't solve your problem edit your question to include all the information listed at the end of that guide (and please, no more fake hostnames or other information).
Port 81 on your hostname still shows as closed when I test it using the Open Port tool linked to in the sticky. Please check your port forwarding and the LAN settings of the second camera (as covered in that sticky).
If you need further help please do provide all the information requested at the end of that guide.
Answer by captbill33326 · Jul 12, 2012 at 04:24 PM
Thank you for your prompt answer. I have configured port forwarding I have configured camera DDNS setting Everything is in order When I enter the original Dyndns address I see my first cam captbill.dyndns.tv . when I enter
captbill.dyndns.tv:81 which the camera says is good to go
Device ID 00606E0025AB Device Firmware Version 0.37.2.46 Device Embeded Web UI Version 22.214.171.124 Alias Lenny Alarm Status None DDNS Status DynDns Succeed http://captbill.dyndns.tv:81
it don't connect.
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