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Having a prolem accessing a Hawking wireless camera from the internet.

I'm having trouble accessing a Hawking Wireless Camera from the internet. I can access it fine from within my network which tells me my DNS server is setup correctly. It also tells me my camera is setup corrrectly serving from port 80. The problem seems to be with routing and remote access. The IP address of the Camera is 192.168.0.100 and the web service is running on port 80. The Win 2003 server is also hosting the main website http://stevekraft.com With routing and remote access I have forwarded both TCP and UDP from port 85 to port 80 to the ip of 192.168.0.100 The Camera I have tried accessing the camera with urls http://camera.stevekraft.com and http://stevekraft.com:85 neither which gets me to the camera. What am I doing wrong. Thanks in advanced for any help offered.

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  • sbkraft May 05, 2008

    On the local intranet the url that works is http://camera.stevekraft.com My dns server has a host called camera directed to the camera's IP of 192.168.0.100 and it works fine. It's just not accessable beyond the router which is a Windows 2003 server.

  • hiral shah May 11, 2010

    have u opened ur port on ur modem?

  • Ella Grace Leynes
    Ella Grace Leynes May 11, 2010

    Are you able to access the camera when using the network's internet ip:85? If it works, then the network is already allowing the camera but your domain is not resolved.


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Also In order to connect to your camera you may need to get access from your computer. I would ask a friend to send a signal from there computer to your computer and see what happens on your end. That may solve your problem.

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