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SECURITY CAMERA SYSTEMI

I have a system installed,,the IP is 192.168.0.101, the port is 8,
I can view it thur my laptop, I have a d-link router .I view the cameras thru a web broser call ENVIEW
Remotely if I enter the IP of the DSL modem..which I get from Verizon..I can not view the cameras..
Is it my modem blocking me form viewing the cameras remotely..
Not a geek//
TY

Ed
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Have you setup a Virtual Server within the D-Link router? This should be on the ADVANCED tab in the D-Links Admin Configuration interface. Upon setup, the router should allow pass through of your request to the network connected device.

You will need the following in this configuration:

Name of device: SSC21WEB (or whatever the name of your device is)
IP Address: 192.168.0.101
Protocol Type: TCP
Public/Private Port: 10000 - 65535
Schedule: Always

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