Question about Linksys Wireless-G WRT54G Router
I am trying to port forward my Foscam 18918w cameras with a Linksys wrt54g router. What ip numbers do I assign each camera, and where?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Port Forwarding On Linksys RV016
it's a rather lenghty explanation so please go to this site and follow the instructions...
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Posted on Sep 08, 2008
SOURCE: Port forwarding / VPN
i have a dvr stand alone and dvr capture card for cctv system, i dont know how to configure the router for viewing using dyndns.org, or maybe you may have a better solution. please help.
Posted on Sep 20, 2008
check in your pana sonic ipadreses then test in your network can you able ping of ip of cam?
If you can get ping and if you save ip forwarding port 80 to cam ip then check in camera that the settings of "access via interent is enabled" then you cana cces it with cam ip with 80 http port.
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
The stock firmware from Linksys does not allow to set up a source address in port forwarding to secure incoming connections (unfortunately).
Some of the alternative firmwares like Tomato and DD-WRT offer this option, but are not compatible with this model.
If you want to restrict access via RPD, there is a program that can help to improve security of RDP called "SecureRDP". This program allows you to restrict incoming RDP connections by IP address, Mac address, and computer name. Take a look here. Their download link is sometimes not working properly, but you can get it from cnet.com as well.
Don't miss the forum to this software! It is very informative and presents many good ideas.
If you have any more questions, just come back here and leave a comment - I'm happy to help.
Posted on Aug 21, 2009
Find the IP-address of the computer that you want to accept VNC connections.
Access the router's web-interface.
Find its web-page for "port-forwarding".
Define 'TCP' port '5900' to be forwarded to the IP-address that you found.
Save the settings, and restart your router.
Hopefully, Verizon's FIOS network does not "block" all 'TCP:5900' traffic.
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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