Using DDNS and a Static LAN IP address so Remote DVR connection is never lost

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    Mike Haldas
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    A customer called today because any time he has a power outage and his surveillance system reboots, he looses the remote connection to his DVR. CCTV Camera Pros suggested the following:

    • If your Internet connection uses a dynamic IP address, you must make sure that you setup a dynamic DNS service to keep track of and update your IP address when it changes.

  • You must assign your DVR a static internal LAN IP address so that when your router reboots, the DVR always gets the same IP address assigned to it and ensures that your port forwarding rules assigned to that IP are always valid.
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