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Saturday, October 10th, 2009
When you want to connect to your DVR remotely, you will need to use either the internal or the external IP address. This will be determined by whether you are accessing the DVR from inside the network or from outside the network. If you are accessing the DVR from inside your network then you will use the internal IP address. The internal IP address will usually begin with 192.168.XX.XXX . No port number would be used since you are connecting internally. The internal IP address can usually be found in your DVR under network settings.
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Monday, August 17th, 2009
One of the best features of the modern day security DVR (Digital Video Recorder) is the ability to view your security cameras when you are away from home. This feature allows you to check up on your employees, family at home, or anything else big brother is watching over. Many of today’s DVRs are networkable units. This means that you can connect the DVR to your network at home or in your business and therefore connecting your DVR to the World Wide Web.
- The First step is to connect the security DVR to the network.