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Port forwarding / VPN

How can I view my linksys router using port forwarding / or VPN through WAN.

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I have a dvr stand alone and dvr capture card for cctv system, i dont know how to configure the router for viewing using dyndns.org, or maybe you may have a better solution. please help.
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