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Grr just purchased a home cameras for outside and trying to figure out how to set it up and it tells me that i need a seperate ip to enter so that i can see the cameras on my computer whats is going on because i am computer illiterate the model number is nh1005 ver 2.2

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The camera has an IP address and if it is connected to your network via cable or wireless, you should be able to view it in your web browser just but entering the address of the camera.

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I have jus bought a toshiba satelite c655 model laptop and i am not able to access the internet. What can i do?


I suppose you "simply" needs to configure your network settings.
Check on google for some tutorials.
This one looks fine: http://www.home-network-help.com/configuring-ip.html

Try to set it up in DHCP mode (Obtain an IP address automatically). If it does not work in DHCP, you will need to know which IPs you have to enter in the Windows configuration.
Also, in a small business or a home installation, you could use the same settings as the ones from an other working computer. Just choose a different arbitrary value for the last digit of the "IP address" (two computers should not have exactly the same IP address).

Try to tell us more informations: are you using a wireless connection ? the connection is from a home or professionnal installation ?

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I cannot connect to my security cameras. In my house from the computer in my house.


If your cameras are connected to the router wireless or wired they should have an IP address. This is a unique number assigned by the router. If you have a utility software to access your cameras with a direct connection to your computer you may use that to get the IP address. If there is none either your camera is using the default IP address which you can get from the manual and enter on your browser or get it from the DHCP client list found on the router when you access it at 192.168.1.1 using your browser. At the client list you should see the computers that are currently connected and the camera.

Accessing the computers from the outside of your network or away from home, may be done once you have access it within your home. Otherwise you may need to open up ports on the router.

Apr 03, 2011 | Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router

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How to configure the UPNP in panasonic camera?If we need access from the internet should we register in viewnet.com?


To access your camera from the Internet you will need to configure uPnP (or configure port forwarding manually) and register with some kind of dns service like viewnetcam (or know your home's external IP address assigned by your Internet Service Provider).

1. To configure uPnP on your camera, look in the network settings for an automatic network configuration option - this will trigger the camera to talk to your router using uPnP to set up port forwarding. The default for one camera is to use port 80 for the outside port and something like 192.168.1.253 for the internal network address (internal to your home only). uPnP will try to configure the second and third cameras to external ports 50000 or 50001. My router failed to configure the 3rd camera so I had to manually add a port forwarding option from my router's admin pages. To note, you can configure all port forwarding manually from within the router admin pages. Just list the internal network address to your camera (like 192.168.2.253) and specify a different port for each camera (like 50000 to 50000). You can then access your camera by typing in 192.168.2.253:5000

2. Then, you should register with viewnetcam.com. Adding your cameras on viewnetcam will give you access to them from outside your house without you having to know the IP address to your home network. You will simply type in your viewnetcam url with ":" and the port number (like username.viewnetcam.com:50000).

Note: When trying to access your camera from outside your home (or even pinging your router from outside your home), you need to know the IP address of your home. This is assigned by your Internet Service Provided and can change every time you reboot your modem. Services like viewnetcam keep track of the IP address to your home and update it automatically when it changes (your camera will communicate with Viewnetcam servers occasionally to update the IP address). All you have to remember is one constant URL (the viewnetcam url) and you can get to your cameras!

Aug 14, 2010 | Panasonic BL-C131 Network Camera

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Samsung SHR-1041K. Cannot connect to DVR system "Unknown Error"


Samsung 1041k DVR - Camera Web Server Solutions. ' UNKNOWN ERROR' OR 'CANNOT CONNECT TO SERVER'

Holy Smokes! Can't anyone write a simple solution? The manual totally sucks. It tells you everything except the details that will complete the puzzle. The answers here, so far, are written by gearheads who can't write an easy sentence.
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1. The user name is case-sensitive. So if you program the DVR with a user name it will only take capital letters by default ... so when entering the user name (USER ID) in the web setup ... It MUST BE CAPITAL LETTERS otherwise you will get an 'unknown error'. There is no mention of this important little fact anywhere....

2. Use Internet Explorer ONLY (becase of old Active X controls), not FireFox, Chrome, or Safari...etc...etc. IE9 doesn't like it either .. just goes white for the most part or flickers ..so IE8 seems to work best.

3: When programming the DVR Box using the MENU button and the 'NETWORK OPTION ...Use Port 6100 in the NET CLIENT PORT. In the WEB SERVER PORT use port 80. The difference is ... port 6100 is used for the basic connection of the network to the DVR device and camera hardware and software ..... and port 80 is for viewing through Internet Explorer. (Port forwarding in the router must direct those ports right back to the IP address of the DVR (whatever you set it to). TCP and UDP together work just fine... not necessarily one or the other . I tried it both ways .. they all work.

4. If you are lucky enough to finally get Internet Explorer to hit the DVR software via the correct IP address and port of the DVR.... then it will prompt you to install the Active X control software embedded in the DVR. You might hae to refresh the screen a couple of times for it to download and install. If indeed it does then you will get a blank box that will wait for you figure out you need to click on a little wrench to configure the DVR connection. Add the DVR (give it a name). Enter the IP address it was configured with .... and set the port to 6100. Remember to capitalize the User Id and put in the password and save .. Completely IGNORE the confusing little matrix boxes that are used for setting up multiple DVRs and cameras. Save the setup, it wil take you back to the blank Samsung box interface and wait till you figure out to hit the connect button in the center. If you did it all correctly then you should connect to the camera views..

4. If you are going to view the cameras from the home network .... then enter the IP address assigned to the DVR PRECEEDED by http:// . Believe it or not it seems to make a difference. If you are viewing from ..say .. your work.. put in the numerical address of your home IP address and if you have the port forwarding set up correctly you will be forwarded directly to the DVR camera software where you can sign in and see the screens.

I have set up many, many IP cameras and various DVRs and software packages professionally.. I must say that this DVR and software is not very intuitive and was very difficult to get past some of the issues. The included instructions were of little help. I hope this helps somebody else.

Gary

Jun 28, 2010 | Samsung 4 Channel Dvr

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How do i set up the wireless connection on my asus 626. I recently purchased this unit and I'm trying to set it up to connect to my wireless internet at home. I don't know how to do this and I'm hoping...


dlsvr02.asus.com/pub/ASUS/IA/Cannes/E2775_Cannes_Manual.pdf

Do it the easy way.
In the ASUS turn off dhcp server.
Change its ip to the same range but different ip to the netcomm and outside the dhcp range. ie. if the netcomm is 192.168.1.1 and hands out addresses from 2-100 make the Asus 192.168.1.254 which is the top address. (I have no idea what netcomm you have so you will have to figure this out. ) If you want more detail tell us exactly what IP addresses the modem and the Asus are using.

Last step. Plug the modem into a LAN port of the ASUS, not wan. It will then work fine as wireless access point.

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To veiw on the web I have to be home how can I make it operate from whereever I am even out of state?? Thank you Dan Richardson


Setting up DVR to be used from remote location:
  1. Connect your DVR to your router
  2. Use menu on DVR to assign internal IP and gateway and port number.

    This Local IP must be in the same Gateway range as the Router. If you are unsure check the Router and locate the Status section, or goto the command prompt of your windows operating system and type in ipconfig.

    Look for Gateway. If the Gateway is 192.168.1.1, then you can make the DVR's IP anything from 192.168.1.2 - 192.168.1.255.

    Also you will need to use the same SubNet Mask, which is typically 255.255.255.0, and also use the same gateway.
  3. Next find out what port your DVR uses. The easiest way to it is by reading the manual of your DVR. Look for the network section of it.

    Also if it comes with network software, check out if in the connection area the software shows the port number.

    Also check the Server software/Programming (Network section of it) to see if the port is listed.

    In many cases it will be as simple as just Port 80, which is an HTTP port.
  4. Set your router to forward chosen port to internal IP address of DVR.

    To access the Router itself, use the Gateway you just located. If the gateway is 192.168.1.1, then enter that into the location edit box of your browser and then click the Enter button. A username and a password are typically required, but it depends on a router. For Linksys use "admin", "admin". By default DLink doesn't require any username or password (It is highly recommended to change the default password).

    Once you're logged into the Router, in the Applications & Gaming Section / Servers of the Router, you need to add a Server/Application. Enter the port number and select TCP only. Where it says Port 0 to 0 enter the same port number twice. Or if your DVR uses for example, ports 3550, 4550, 5550, 6550, and there is nothing else utilizing these ports in between, then you can actually just enter one line, 3550 - 6550.

    Enter the DVR/Cameras internal IP.

    Enable it.
    Quote: Originally Posted by Example If the port was 1024, and the Local IP is 192.168.1.200, then it would be:

    NAME = Anything you want
    Port = 1024 TO 1024
    TCP/UDP = TCP
    LOCAL IP = 192.168.1.200
    ENABLED = CHECKED

    OR

    NAME = Anything you want
    Port = 3550 TO 6550
    TCP/UDP = TCP
    LOCAL IP = 192.168.1.200
    ENABLED = CHECKED
  5. Set up additional entries for as many ports the DVR uses, to the same local IP. Check your DVR manual and it's networking section for all additional ports required. Also check the DVR software itself.

    If your router has enough free entries, you can seperate them. Use it like DVR_HTTP for the browser port, DVR_AUDIO for the audio port, etc.

    If you are going to use VNC to a PC DVR, then you would need to set up port 5900, and perhaps call it VNC_DVR, for example.
  6. You have a static IP so you don't need to use sevices like www.dyndns.org . You just enter your static IP and your router forwards packets to your DVR.
This info is from Stream recording found on http://stream-recorder.com/forum/connect-dvr-via-internet-watch-cctv-cameras-t1996.html?s=16e8433689f2d55effb40b16d5588895&

Nov 29, 2009 | Samsung 4 Channel Dvr

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Trying to connect to remote camera. I go to a wifi spot and can connect. I try from my home and can't connect. What setting needs to be changed?


You cannot get to the outside of your router from inside the network. Use the internal IP address instead.

For instance:

Lets say you use http://camera.mydomain.com:8080 to get to the camera.

That URL points to your router which has some IP address. eg 80.180.23.234

You router forwards the request on port 8080 to the internal IP address of your camera eg. 192.168.1.45 an it is this address that you need to connect when inside the LAN.

Your need to replace the details above with those specific to your setup.

Nov 21, 2009 | NetGear WGR614 Wireless Router

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Trying to port forward requests to the IK-WB21A webcam. From inside the house it works great. From outside, port forwarding port 8001 to 80 and I get NO response. Tried tcpdump and there is no response...


What are you using to view the Camera? Is this the only IP camera you are viewing/.accessing on the network? If it is not, are you using different IPs in the non-DHCP pool.
Typically you do not have to set-up port forwarding to gain access to the camera within the network. Normally port forwarding is set-up when you are outside your network and need to gain access to different applications/devices in your network using the same static IP address.
Let say you have a camera ip on 192.168.1.20.
You can connect to the camera with your web browser inside your network with the IP 192.168.1.20 (obviously), but if you have the camera set up to only be triggered on a specific port (other than the browser's default 80) let's say 100, then you would enter 192.168.1.20:100.
If the only thing on your network is the camera that you want to access from outside. you would setup in your router to route all incoming requests from port 80 (which is the web browser default) to the IP of the camera. Sometimes routers ask for a range just enter 80 to 80.
If the camera is working on a different port like 8001 then you would port forward 8001 to 8001 to IP 192.168.1.20. You would enter in your web browser (off-site) your static IP 69.132.54.176:8001. But I would suggest if the camera is the only thing you will be trying to gain remote access to, then leave it at 80 and set up forwarding for port 80 to the IP.
That way you can set up a free DNS service and not worry about paying extra for a static.

Nov 13, 2009 | Home Security

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VeoNetwork Web cam


You can view your Veo Observer web cam at home by either of two methods. The first is to use the Observer Studio software that came with the camera. When you configured the camera, you selected a local (private) IP address for each Veo Observer, and set the address specific to each camera. You then put the same IP address into your Observer Studio Software.

Depending on the brand of router you use on your home network, your Veo Observer camera probably has a local (private) IP address in the format 192.168.0.xxx or 192.168.1.xxx where "xxx" is the actual address assigned to your Veo Observer (by you) and configured to display on the LCD window on the side of the Veo Observer.

You may need to log into your router to see which of the two local (private) IP address formats is used. Your router's user manual will show you how.

To view your Veo Observer, just type the exact local (private) IP address in your IE browser. for example, if you assigned address 100 to your cam, you would enter http://192.168.0.100 or 192.168.1.100 into your browser. Veo Observer will display the Language selection screen. Choose the language, then you log in and view your camera.

To view your camera from outside your home using another computer, you use the same method, but you have to substitute your WAN (public) IP address.

You can log into your router and select its STATUS tab to view your WAN (public) IP address. See you router's set up guide if you do not know how to do this.

An easier way to determine your WAN (public) IP address is to visit Gibson Research Shields Up! web page:

https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2

and scroll down to the last paragraph where you will find your WAN (public) IP address.

For example, if this address is 123.456.789.100, then you would enter http://123.456.789.100 on your IE browser. You should see the Language select screen, choose your language, then log in and you are now viewing your Veo Observer from outside your home.

Note: when you view your Veo Observer at home, you probably have a fast frame rate and smooth video motion. When you view your Veo Observer from outside the home, the frame rate is certain to be less, and your moving image quality will be choppy. This is normal, as viewing from outside the home is less efficient and the image suffers. There is nothing you can do to boost the frame rate.

Jun 15, 2008 | Veo Observer Network Camera

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Can't access my DSC 950G security camera


you have to log into the main IP address, not the camera IP address. If you are using wireless, the camera will have an IP address different than the one for the router coming from the ISP.
I just bought this camera myself and am trying to work out the kinks. My ip keeps changing and i am not sure how to keep it the same, static?

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