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Conect webcams on a local network to a website


I presume that you mean "from a web site" that the web site is hosted somewhere out on the greater internet.... The problem that you are encountering is probably related to NAT (Network address translation). The "In" side of a router, is typically a "private network" there are pre-assigned number groups for these - a common one is in the 192.168.x.x range. Problem is that the "outside" of your Netopia router will be dependent on your ISP< and unless you are paying them extra for a static IP address, is likely to change every time you reboot - or sometimes they bump them every 24 hours. So, first thing is get a dynamic DNS Entry - www.dyndns.org is one supplier - I think you can get one address for free from them, pay for more.. YOu set up something like CMVideo.dynsdns.org on their site, and set up dyndns support in the netopia router... Then you want to open the specific port on your router, to go to the internal IP Address of your camera. (YOu mention Multiple Cameras - depends on the Camera you may have to go for multiple dyndns (one for each...) ).

I am a little confused/concerned about the second router "tier" - if you have the Belkin configure as an Access Point only, all good, if you are trying to run it as a router behind a router, it will probably never work - double nat-ting" is a no no with most consumer Routers. Simple solution is to tap from Netopia lan side to Belkin Lan side (rather than Belkin Wan Side)

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Chipper model 47287 reverse wont stop when you let off lever very hard to change gears when running but when its off they are easy to change


Be gentle, that shift cable is NLA (I know, I need one).

It sounds as if the belt idler is not releasing. Take a look at the belt engage cable, Ref. No. 9 on this exploded view:

ftp://asavage.dyndns.org/Troy-Bilt/47287-ChipperVac/47287c-47287c02.07.gif

The spring at the end of that cable is what releases the idler from the belt. Another pic of the spring is near the idler arm Ref. No. 13 on this view:

ftp://asavage.dyndns.org/Troy-Bilt/47287-ChipperVac/47287c-47287c02.05.gif

If that spring is broken or missing, that would give the symptoms you describe.

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Without your ISP you can't get a fixed IP.
What you can do is a workaround: use DynDNS.org if it sufficient to connect to a fix URL
DynDNS.org with translate a fix domainname into a dynamic IP-Address

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Hello, i setup a IP cam. Create an account on dyndns.org for the IP. But now when i type the given url i am linked to the setup of my Thomson router TG585 v8 What can I do? There is nothing else except...


Hi Sten -- There are several non-intuitive things you have to setup with any router and Dyndns to make this work.

On Dyndns you can setup your static or hardly every changing dynamic Internet (external - provided by your ISP) IP address in your Dyndns account settings (Not the internal NAT IP - 192.168.x.x address of the cam). if it changes more often you need a dyndns client.

On the router you have to setup port forwarding to the internal (NAT address ex:192.168.x.x) address of the camera including the port number -- or you could just create a DMZ (feature of many but not all routers) for the internal IP of the cam.

If you've done the above correctly you might want to check the troubleshooting sections at Dyndns.org located HERE and HERE.

Happy Networking and Thanks for using Fix Ya.

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I have a Buffalo WBMR-G54 ADSL Router. The local IP address of the router is 192.168.1.1. My Medion desktop computer connects connects to my Buffalo router using an Ethernet cable. I use the wireless...


> Zone Alarm free firewall and Avast antivirus have been installed on both computers

Your router is already acting as a "firewall" to block "unsolicited" traffic from reaching the computers on your LAN. So, unless you use Zone Alarm to block "outgoing" connections
(such as a computer-virus would try to make when "calling-home", there's little benefit
to using the Zone Alarm software.

> If I use Internet explorer to connect to http://myname.dyndns.org, Internet Explorer does connect successfully to the network. However, it invites me to enter the username and password for my Buffalo WBMR-G54 router - not for the storage drive.

While you are "forwarding" TCP port 21, you are not "forwarding" TCP port 80 (as used by the 'http://' protocol). So, when you connect from the Internet to your "public" IP-address, it is the router that responds, rather than one of your computers inside your LAN.

IMHO, it is "bad" that your router's web-interface is "exposed" to attacks from the Internet.
Either "forward" TCP port 80, or configure the router to use a _different_ port number for "remote management".

> If I enter the Router user name and password, that allows me to access the Router menus via the Internet, which confirms that my account at DynDns has translated the IP address successfully.

Correct. Hopefully, you're the only one who knows the correct username/password, and there is nobody that is doing "brute-force" attacks on your router, trying to login to "hijack" your router.

> if I use Internet Explorer or FileZilla to access ftp://myname.dyndns.org, I cannot connect to the router

Correct. The 'ftp://' protocol uses TCP port 21, which the router is "forwarding" to one of the computers on your LAN.

> or the storage drive - so I cannot access any of my files remotely.
> FileZilla reports -Status: Resolving address of bob1944.dyndns.org
> Status: Connecting to 78.144.xxx.xxx:21...
> Status: Connection established, waiting for welcome message

So far, so good.

Is FileZilla expecting a "specific" content in that "welcome" message, or will "any" response be "close-enough" ?

On a computer on the Internet, open a command-line prompt:

Click Start
Click Run
Type CMD
Press Enter
Enter FTP bob1944.dyndns.org
Press Enter
Do you get a "connecting" message?
Do you get a "connected" message?
Do you see the "welcome" message?

Note that the FTP protocol usually uses _two_ ports for File Transfer:

* port 21 for "control" (sending/receiving commands/responses)
* a "random" port for "data" transfers (including directory-listings)

It's this "random" port that your router is not forwarding.

However, some FTP-clients (probably including FileZilla) and some FTP-servers
support "passive" mode, where both the "control" and the "data" connections "share" port 21.

So, configure FileZilla to use "passive" mode, and _hope_ that your FTP-server supports "passive" mode.

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OK let me clear port forwarding for you, your router normaly has a firewall (to block of any requests from the internet to exploit any services trough any ports) so if you want access to a resource on the LAN side (side of the router where all the devices and computers are pluged) from the WAN side (side where the ISP's modem is connected for internet) you have to open a port or multiple ports to a specific device IP address (according to device manual).

for exemple:
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enjoy!

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