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Port forwarding I can't get my 6211/12 router to port forward. Everything else works fine. I'm trying to connect a webcam for remote viewing using webcamXP. works ok locally but not via the internet. I've disabled the windows firewall and added port 8080 on the router but still no joy. any help?

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Try to use another port number aside from 8080, like 3000 or 5000. make sure that the ip address set on the router is the ip address of your camera (note: it should be set to static).

hope this'll help you

ciao

Posted on Oct 24, 2008

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