If you’ve been wondering how to connect your DVR to the internet in order view it remotely with your smartphone, tablet, or a computer at another location, check out the article I wrote which will explain it step by step. I also included a video at the top of the article to further explain it. If there’s any confusion after trying, feel free to contact us for help. You can post questions here too and we’ll get back to you right away with a response. For callers, you must have our equipment for assistance but anyone else is welcome to post here. Most people get stuck at the part where you have to port forward your router. Don’t be afraid to ask questions!
January 20, 2014
first of all wanted to say that this is a great forum, helped me a lot.
The thing is, my sister has a house with around 20 cameras witch she can view in the house from the TV and her mac, but she would like to view them even from the internet when she’s not home.
What steps are required to connect to the DVR from the internet if it’s already configured to work on LAN?
Does it have the functionality to be viewed remotely? Our DVR’s have it built into the firmware. They have a built in server that will allow you to connect remotely to view your cameras but not all DVRs on the market have this feature.
January 20, 2014
thank you for the replay
I finally found out that it’s a Sarmatt DSR 805-PRO.
Linux Operating System
Real-time recording at D1 resolution
4 channel audio
Monitoring program for 64 channels (CMS)
Independent adjustment of speed recording and network transmission (Dual Stream)
Compression algorithm H.264 Pentaplex
Support for 3G
WEB interface will be notified by e-mail
PTZ control via RS 485
S.M.A.R.T. – Control of HDD status
Access from a mobile phone