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Virtual server Hi, I have a DI 604 router and i IP cam connected to the LAN. I set the Cam as virtual server with those info: IP 192.168.1.111 /255.255.255.0 Port:80/80 both private and public protocole: TCP and i have check allways. So now when i am on internet i can't get access. i need any help concerning what should i type in my browzer to access the can.

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I am going to speculate here... If the IP is set to what you are mentioning, it is possible to be conflicting with the DHCP range that is issued from the router.

In your router if the option to set the generated auto IP range is available, set the range to not include the auto IP to be within the range of the camera's IP. Or put the the camera IP to a value that is out of range of the auto IP from the router.

In your browser, typing the IP address of the camera should bring it up.


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