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My problem is I cannot access my router to enter my dvr information to view my cameras on line

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I think your ip address is a dynamic IP. Therefore the address is changing. On your ip cctv camera, it is better you switch to Static IP so that it does not get changed...

For doing that you need to contact yopur internet provider to configure your IP camera IP address to Static IP...

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Hello,

Get to a command prompt and type 'ipconfig' - no quotes.

You will see some ip addresses listed. The gateway ip address is the ip address of your router. Put that ip address into the address bar of your web browser and it will take you to the router config page. This is where you can do port forwarding if you want to be able to view the cameras from outside your network. Post a comment if you need any more help.

Or did you just forget your router password........or is the router not responding......let me know :)

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