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Hello, I am trying to froward the port to 1024 , but it does not work, I cannot see my camera via the internet. The camera is working well in my wireless home network. Any ideas?

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Make wsure that that port 1024 is assigned to the ip address of the camera under port forwarding, you can also try changing the remote port, try 5000 and above, if it still does not work try DMZ.
you can always check if port 1024 is open on your router by performing a port scan through the net, you can get a free port scanner on this site..
www.t1shopper.com

for the process on doing fort forwarding on your 2wire router check this link.

http://portforward.com/routers.htm

Posted on May 07, 2008

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