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Off site access to view security camara dvr

Our GE Digia DVR is connected into our network and has an assigned IP address. We are running Windows NT Server and CNET CNSH 1600 router. We are wanting the availability to access the Digia DVR while off site. Everything I read says that I need to configure the router but I do not have a clue how to do that. Can you help me please.

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Access the router look for portforwarding and enable port forwarding assign a name to your camera
type in the port your camera use. ex 593
then type the assign IP for your camera ex 192.168.1.6

to access it type in your browser the your public IP ex. 209.45.0.0:593
read your ip cam manual for accesing it.

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to see the local IP that the DVR is on, check the menu's in the DVR as if configured properly you should have it set up as a static IP on your LAN...

if you can not find it there, you should be able to log into your router and view connected devices... some routers are better than others, but you will probably only be able to see devices that are connected and assigned an IP address from your routers DHCP table..

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