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Unable to access camera through the Internet

I have opened up the necessary port and even have disabled the firewall altogether but when it gets into the viewnetcam configuration it tells me that it fails to connect to the camera from the internet. Anyone have suggestions?

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Which port did you open? I found that my isp was blocking both 80 and 8080. Eventually I was able to access the camera with another port. But when you use a non standard port you have to specify this after the url.

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