Mpeg4 9ch setup Need help

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    Anonymous

    Hi i'm using a DSL modem (thompson speedtouch) wich ip is 10.0.0.138 to conect to the modem and that modem conect to a Linksys router (wi-fi) Linksys WRT310N with an ip of 192.168.1.1 and from the router i have two two other pc hooked up plus my Mpeg4 DVR which ip is 192.168.1.104

    the computer which i'm working with, i have put an static Ip for it and it is 192.168.1.101 and the Mpeg4 DVR i put static IP to and its 192.168.1.104

    i want to put my cameras so i can see it from home any help please i have made port forwarding but when conecting from webbrowser on my local network it brings me to the router. the hostname is capriecam.dyndns.org

    Please help

    #31823

    Mike Haldas
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    Greg,

    Start by verifying the following:

    • What port # is your DVR using? Make sure that you add the port number to the end of the URL like this: http://192.168.1.104:8000 for example if your DVR uses port 8000.
    • If your DVR is using port 80, you may want to change it.
    • Are you sure that your DVR supports remote access through the IE web browser? Some DVRs do and some do not. Some DVRs use a client application that comes with the DVR that you must install

    Although I do not think that you are using one of the DVRs that CCTV Camera Pros supplies, you can take a look at the instructions for some of our units and improvise a bit for your. Please see these two links:

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/DVR-Viewer-Connection-s/227.htm

    http://www.cctvcamerapros.com/Geovision-WebCam-Server-Setup-s/124.htm

    Please let me know if we can help further.

    Thanks.

    -Mike

    #31824

    Anonymous

    Oke thanks Mike well mines came with cd which is DX Client version 2.7.1 software. so i think mines is the one that you said dont support IE. and i was using port 80. so i will try what you said changing the port of my DVR because it was setup at 80. i will let you know further for any additional info

    thanks for the 2 links you gave me. very usefull.

    thanks Gregory Tromp

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