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first you need to forward TCP ports in your router pls write down which TCP ports used for video , audio and control in your DVR and configure to forward this tcp ports in your router it can be do one step using disable the DMZ and it will make less sequrity in your internal network
You need to port forward port # 8888 to your internal IP address through your router. Some routers call this "port forward" and some call it "NAT rules" or other such terms. Basically it will ask for the type of communications (UDP/TCP) which you should select both, tell it port # 8888 and then give it your internal IP address to forward the port to (to get this go to Start - Run - "CMD" and press enter, type in IPCONFIG and press enter. It will spit out a line with your IP address.
Assuming that the router has one 'WAN' (or 'Internet') port, and more than one 'LAN' (or 'Network') port, just connect an Ethernet cable from the 2nd LAN port to the network-port on the second computer.
Both the router and the second computer should auto-configure themselves, giving you an Internet connection, without any fuss.
all of your computers should get hooked up in ports 1-4 and the WAN port should be hooked up to your broad band router from your internet service provider. so if your first computer is hooked up to port 1 just plug your second into port 2 and every thing will work fine.
We have to open the port numbers in your router for the above eroor check sum,follow the below mentioened steps,
1.Type 192.168.2.1 in the Internet explorer,You will get a belkin router setup page
2.On your left hand side,click on Firewall,it will ask for password,leave it blank and click submit
3.Change it to disabled and click on Apply changes
4.On your left hand side click on Virtual servers
5.Put a "Check mark in 1st box",in "description type as Streaming" in "Inbound port put the numbers 8888" and in the "type select as TCP and UDP" and in "the Private IP address type the ip address of your particular computer in which you are getting this error message" and the Last Outbound port,type the number 8888"
6.The same for the second one but the Type is TCP and the Inbound and outbound port is 8081
If u have any clarification feel free to provide th reply
Open a web browser like internet explorer or Netscape. Enter the ip address of your router in the address bar of your browser. By default the IP address should be set to 192.168.1.1.
You should see a box prompting you for your username and password. Enter your username and password now. By default both the username and password are blank. Click the Ok button to log in to your router.
Click the Firewall button near the top of the page. Use the Protocol drop down box to select the protocol type of the ports you are forwarding. If you are forwarding a single port, enter that port number into the LAN port range, Left WAN port range and the Right WAN port range boxes. If you are forwarding a range of ports, enter the lowest number of that range into the LAN port range, Left WAN port range box. Then enter the highest number of that range into the Right WAN port range box. Enter the IP address to forward these ports to into the LAN IP Address box. If you are forwarding ports so you can run a program on your computer, you should enter your computer's ip address into that box. When you are finished, click the Add button.
When you're finished, click Save near the bottom of the screen to save your changes.
Go to the routers setup page. (go to the computer it is hooked up to and type in 192.168.1.1 in the browser bar) go to the port range forwarding section. and enter the necessary information. DONT FORGET TO SAVE! =]
The wan port is what you hook your modem to. Wan stands for Wide Area Network, which in your case is the internet. Your house with your 2 pc's and networking equipment would be considered a Lan, local area network.
The 4 ports on the router are switch ports, when you hook the modem up to the switch instead of the wan port the modem will only allow traffic from one physical, (MAC) address to pass through, this is why only one of your pc's can access the internet. The wan port on the router has its own MAC address, so the modem will associate with the wan port and trust all traffic that comes from that port.
Finally, after you have connected the modem to the wan port, pull the power cord on the modem then plug it back in to reset it, this will force the modem to orient with the wan port.