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If you are trying to access the DVR server from outside your network, you need to use port forward, in that way you will use your DVR client to connect to the router's public IP, the router will be forwarding the port the video system use to the computer, just configure the computer's IP in the router's port forwarding configuration.
first you need to forward TCP ports in your router pls write down which TCP ports used for video , audio and control in your DVR and configure to forward this tcp ports in your router it can be do one step using disable the DMZ and it will make less sequrity in your internal network
Power down the modem, pc and router. connect a CAT 5 network jumper (or "patch") cable from the output of the DSL modem to the WAN port of the Router. The other jacks (or "ports") are numbered 1,2,3 & 4 and are used to connect any combination of up to 4 devices such as switches, computers and other "networkable" products with CAT 5 cables.
Connect a computer's network port to any one of the NUMBERED ports at the rear of the router. Power the router and the PC only at this time. Log on to the router's SETUP page by browsing to 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1. When prompted for a username an password, leave the username blank and password "admin" (without the quotation marks). Configure the router as needed by your internet service provider (or "ISP"). If unsure what these settings may be, contact the ISP's customer or technical support department. Once set as determined by your ISP, shut everything down and power up the modem, router and PC in that order - allow 20 to 30 seconds for each to fully start before starting the next device.
If unable to access the set up page of the router, then press and hold the reset button on the back for 30 seconds while powered on. This restores the factory default configuration and should be compatible just about all computers - unless a static address has been entered for the computer's network card.
It's not likely that VZ gave you dynamic IP's, but it's possible. You should have been given more than one. If not, it's better to get more and a set of configuration instructions. In the last one I set up, we put a 5-port switch on the ethernet port coming off the Adtran, then fed 2 routers and a security system from the switch. Our gateway was one number lower than the bank of IP's we had, and we just gave each piece of equipment a static ip address and gateway to the gateway :-)