Question about Westell Wirespeed VersaLink (A99-327W11-00) Router (A99327W1100)
I have connected a 4 channel DVR Camera system to the westell 327w router. Did the port forwarding inside the router programming, and I am able to view the cameras remotely. But after a while it seems the ports are closing on the router, not allowing me to view the cameras. We have disabled the firewall settings and also replaced the router. We are using a DDNS service where we don't have to have a static IP to view the cameras. Can anyone help with this issue?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
ok use this to goet to you setup
and then use this to open ports but you have to chose the program you want to omp it for
Posted on Nov 21, 2007
SOURCE: westell model 327w
you can run another ethernet cable from your westell modem to your laptop. hence, if you want your laptop to connect wirelessly, it must have a wireless card/adapter inside. if it already has a wireless adapter, it should automatically detect your wireless network and you just need to connect to it (note: you need to enter the correct wireless security/network key if you have enabled it on your modem). by default the serial number is the ssid of the router and the wireless security is disabled. but if you are not sure of your wireless security, log on to the modem's web user interface by typing http://192.168.1.1 on your web browser's address. then go to the wireless section and verify your wireless settings from there.
hope this'll help you.
Posted on Aug 20, 2008
The best way to determine your IP address is to click start run and enter cmd then at the dos prompt enter ipconfig /all which will bring up all the IP address associated with that machine. The IP that your looking for is called the Gateway. Next to that is your routers IP.
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Posted on Oct 07, 2009
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