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Editing an ip address on one of your "Private" ip cameras to a different http port
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Hello,

I want to be able to access my cameras one by one from the internet using any browser.
So As i understand it, i need to change the http port to a higher number because all my cams are on port 80.
I was going to use the config tool to do this but then i noticed that my NVR under Remote where all the cameras are listed,has an option to edit the ip address.
So, as an example one camera ip is 192.168.0.100 now. It is on port 80. Can i edit it to be 192.168.0.100:2001 in the NVR software and save it? Will that work?
Or should i edit in the config tool first to be 192.168.0.100 Tcp port 37777, http port 2001,then use the Add button on the Remote page of the NVR interface to re add the camera with the changes i have made?
If that works the next step would be to port forward 192.168.0.100 port 2001 in my router software.
Should this work so i can access my cameras on the internet?

Thanks,
Tom

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Yes

Make the firewall rules to open the ports for each camera and recorder.

Ensure that all cameras and recorders have a non Default username and password.

Also only open the HTTP Port and TCP for mobile viewing. Block any other Ports.  

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Scratch my above post. I had it wrong.

To change the http port it looks like i will have to log into the camera on Web Service not use the Config Tool. to change the Http port, then save it.

I know i have to change it on my NVR and port forward it on my router. Which do i do first the port forward or add it to the NVR?

 

thanks,

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If you have an NVR, there is no reason to do any port forwarding with a camera.  The cameras should be connected to the NVR via the remote devices section of the NVR.  Then you open the TCP port and HTTP port of the NVR.  You can assign all kinds of viewing privileges to each account at the NVR level. 

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I suggest changing the default passwords. Get the recorder updated with them. Then open the ports to the World. 
Depending on your router you would only need to select the incoming port and select the internal output port. 

So for example:

myrecorder.techproddns.com:92 

 

Recorder sees port 92 being called
Recorder sends packets to port 80 on internal IP 192.168.1.110

What brand router and model do you have? 

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Hello,

I have an Actiontec M1000 router. I will change the default passwords.

Two questions:

I have an NVR purchased from you. where and how would I “open the ports to the world” on the NVR’s interface?

I am not sure where on my routers interface to select the incoming port and select the internal output port?

 

Thanks, 

Tom

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Tom,

 Call our tech support team at 866-573-8878 option 3 and we will do the work for you.  Thank you!

Regards,

Jeff

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I would suggest calling our techs. This DSL Router is not that user friendly from what I see on the net. 

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Hi,

I left a phone message but you must have been busy.

I am going away for a few days, will call you monday.

Thanks for the help, talk to someone next week.

Best,

Tom

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