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Hi, I cannot seem to get my dvr camera system on line so others can view it.

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First, check what ports the DVR system uses, in GeoVision for example is:
80, 3550, 4550, 5550, 6550
So...
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.

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