My requirement is rather simple. I just want to access the IP camera via any remote source. Manage to setup all on all the local units (3G Broadband Huawei E1550 USB with Celcom 3G Broadband service, Aztech HW550-3G, Dlink DCS-910).
However, I hit a wall because what the system detects are unworkable IP that I can't use DynDNS to route to.
The system detects IP 220.127.116.11 but then it can't be ping from any remote source. Then I did another test by connecting the Celcom 3G unit directly into a computer to verify the IP, I get 10.191.135.8. I believe it is a proxy IP by the Celcom Telco provider. I understand both IP are always dynamic. Strangely enough both IP (203.82.XX.XX or 10.191.13X.X) can't be ping at all. Spoke to the Celcom Telco provider, they don't seems to understand what I want to achieve.
Is there a way that I can set this up via HTTP Tunneling or other means? Hope someone here can give me some advice/solution or this just doesn't work at all. If need more setup information, please do ask.
Note, the Aztech HW550-3G unit setup is rather basic, though port forwarding setup is there.
asked Jan 28 '10 at 03:45 AM in Default
Don't worry about ping - that's not a diagnostic tool and the lack of a ping reply means nothing more than the device doesn't respond to ping.
You probably want to read the general walkthrough. If the WAN IP of your router is 10.191.135.8, which would be likely with a 3G provider, there is nothing you can do. That IP is part of what's known as the RFC-1918 range and can't be routed across the Internet. You'll either need to change provider to one that provides a non RFC-1918 IP or talk to your ISP about getting such an IP.
answered Jan 28 '10 at 07:20 AM
Cry Havok ♦