Port forwarding for camera's
Port forwarding for camera's
Port forwarding for camera's
2018-09-03 03:20:36 - last edited 2018-09-03 03:21:36

Hi

 

Had to reregister because they didn't recognize my email then they wouldn't give me my old name because I'm already using it, so I'm tacman77 who used to be tacman7.

 

Anyway, just got into some security camera's and Blue Iris. It has a one server model and other computers use a browser to see the server.

 

Works fine when I'm on the same network but not working in other parts of the lan. I think I need to setup port forwarding, maybe.

 

Any help appreciated, Thanks

 

Frontier 192.168.254.254 ----CPE510 192.168.254.7 ))) ((( CPE510 192.168.254.33

Client 510----Linksys 192.168.4.1 ----Rosewill RNX 192.168.2.1

 

Frontier--CPE210 192.168.254.111))) ((( CPE210 192.168.254.117------Linksys 192.168.254.67-lan 192.168.1.1
 

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Re:Port forwarding for camera's
2018-09-03 09:35:47

hey man, do you mean you can not visit the Frontier at the 192.168.1.1 side?

They are not in the same subnet , you can make them in the same subnet or set some static routing rules.

If it is a NAT between the 192.168.254.67  and the 192.168.1.1, a port forwarding is also okay.

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Re:Port forwarding for camera's
2018-09-03 12:42:32

The camera is plugged into the Frontier 254.1 and the BI software is on the 2.1 net. I can't get to 2.1 from 4.1. where I have another computer.

 

I wasn't seeing how to do port forwarding on those CPE machines but maybe I just need to do it on the 4.1 linksys, I'll go look for how to do that.

 

Thanks

 

 

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Re:Port forwarding for camera's
2019-04-01 03:51:44

I wasn't seeing how to do port forwarding on those CPE machines but maybe I just need to do it on the 4.1 linksys, I'll go look for how to do that. Here you will get  details of the best free android apps for toddlers to learn new things.

 

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