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Can't access my DVR remotely via Video Server E

Changed out my DSL modem to a 2wire and now can't log on remotely to view my DVR. I am using a AvTech DVR and 2wire with dyndns url service.
I've tried DMZ, allowing individual applications to pass thru the firewall with no success. I've pinged successfully, accessed the DVR via browser and Video Server E locally.

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  • Anonymous Jan 27, 2009

    i can't connect to my dvr after i swap to 2 wire. also i cannot connect to my DVR remotely

  • one-eyed_joe Apr 16, 2009

    I have the same software and ADSL, I can access dvr web interface locally and the client works locally. Also I can access my router remotely and have port forwarding and dyndns set up. I have also tried putting the dvr in DMZ to no avail. The router logs show packets from my remote location stating that they match my firewall rules however I am not getting through to the dvr. I can even use my dynamicDNS url locally on the wireless LAN to connect via web or client. Any help would be greatly appreciated as tech support from manufacturers and ISP has been exhausted.

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Try checking to see that you set up the DNS address correctly on the DVR itself. Either set it to the router (typically 192.168.x.1) or the same DNS address as the router.

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Why i cant remote access my dvr in WAn but LAN is working fine?

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Check whether you have done port forward on your router settings.. You can also see your router manual in order to get complete description regarding this.

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