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#1 cowboys2006

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Posted 20 February 2012 - 03:16 AM

ok i have already setup my dvr cameras but i am having issiues trying to connect to them thru the internet. Tech support from nightowl which are the camera brand told me that my isp is blocking the connection. That i have a private ip address and need a public ip address to be able to connect. I have contacted my isp and they have told me that the only port they block is 80. also tech support from nighowl has already port forward my router. I have a cisco router. regarding the isp its a radio tower connection. i have a small dish pointing a tower. Anyways I have done everythinh i could think of and still nothing. i would like someelses help on this matter that knows how to network and be able to use my cell to monitor my security cameras when i am on a trip.

thank you very much not sure if i posted on the correct forums

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 08:16 PM

I can help you with this. What sort of router do you have? A cisco 877?

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Posted 25 February 2012 - 09:16 PM

I have a e1000 cisco router. like i said that my ports are been block for some reason. I have already forward the ports on my router. and still nothing.

thank you




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