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Cam won't work over internet. using the microsoft wirelessMN-500

Something to do with port forwarding? how to do that?

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You'll needing to access the configuration page of the router? if you are using a router on the network. The IP address (Example 192.168.0.1) under on the advance tab you will a port forwarding to open the ports of the MN-500 wireless base station.

Note: you'll needing to call your wireless base station manufacturer to gather the ports to open on the router.

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