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Hi, I cannot seem to get my dvr camera system on line so others can view it.
First, check what ports the DVR system uses, in GeoVision for example is:
80, 3550, 4550, 5550, 6550
You DVR must be with Manual IP
And then, open the router management page and configure NAT settings, so that when someone in the outside network "calls" you ip+port, the router knows to which machine the "call" is...
Also... use some kind of dynamic dns service like DynDns or NO-IP so that people use an regular URL and not a IP address.
Posted on Sep 15, 2009
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