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I installed a Samsung SDE 120 4 camera system at my father's and finally got online after typing in IP address and the next day internet explorer is not able to find it. we have DSL through AT&T...please help...

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Ok, first one must understand one thing, and that is one cannot access an EXTERNAL IP address from BEHIND, only internal access to the camera can be obtained however, one can "see' the webcam across the "Home network" but to be able to "look in"as it were one must obviously be "outside" looking "in"as it were. So accordingly the only way to test the webcam is to try to access from another EXTERNAL IP address, IE: from someone else's internet connection.
Another way, that I use to test, is if one has a broadband connection, then also usually one has also a dialup connection, one can in this instance test the camera, on the "Broadband" IP from the "Dialup" IP.
what you also need to do, is Forward a Port so that the camera is available for external access, use this site below to assist you.

http://portforward.com/



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