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I HAVE A V TECH DVR 761 192.168.1.10 DEFAULT IP OF THE DVR, I CANOT CONFIGURE THE ATICT IP 59.181.122.193

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Ok you go to device then you select the wan option to configure it in that you select the static ip address in that you put it with dns value also then save it

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what do you want the DVRs local IP address on your LAN or your internets public IP address?

to see the local IP that the DVR is on, check the menu's in the DVR as if configured properly you should have it set up as a static IP on your LAN...

if you can not find it there, you should be able to log into your router and view connected devices... some routers are better than others, but you will probably only be able to see devices that are connected and assigned an IP address from your routers DHCP table..

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