DFL-210, PORT FOWARDING, AND WEB SERVER

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habit04:
I have a DFL-210 firmware 2.26.00

First the router is working fine, I set up a VPN, and it works I can access my cameras through the VPN, still have trouble accessing some of the lan clients...but thats another issue (I think?),the issue I am having is I have 10 dlink cameras on the LAN that I need to forward the ports and setup the virtual ips...
I have followed a guide I found...yet cannot get it to work...and im sure unsure why its not working.....

IP-CAM_1 192.168.0.104:79(control panel), PORTS TO FOWARD FOR THE CAM 4001-4003(A/V stream)
IP-CAM_1 192.168.0.105:80(control panel), PORTS TO FOWARD FOR THE CAM 5001-5003
IP-CAM_1 192.168.0.106:81(control panel), PORTS TO FOWARD FOR THE CAM 6001-6003
IP-CAM_1 192.168.0.107:82(control panel), PORTS TO FOWARD FOR THE CAM 7001-7003
I wont list the rest for obvious reasons....just an example of what I have..

The current setting under IP Rule is:(in main rule folder)
1.  Cam1  Action/SAT----SrcIf/any----SrcNet/all-nets-----DestIf/Core----DestNet/WanIP---SAT-Tab- Destination IP "checked" to  192.168.0.104   
2.  Cam1  Action/NAT----SrcIf/any----SrcNet/all-nets-----DestIf/Core----DestNet/WanIP
3.  Cam1  Action/ALLOW----SrcIf/any----SrcNet/all-nets-----DestIf/Core----DestNet/WanIP---

Service for allRules is: all_tcpudp                                                                 


I also tried another guide where I ARPed 10 wan addresses, they are still ARPed right now, but I am not using them.

The goal I am trying to obtain is to be able to use my wanIP with according port number to get access to my cameras.
I do not want to use a VPN of any sort to get access to my cameras.

(wan_IP)
xx,xx,xx,xx:79
xx,xx,xx,xx:80
xx,xx,xx,xx:81
xx,xx,xx,xx:82
xx,xx,xx,xx:83
etc...


Please any help would be appreciated...if you need me to I can send you my config file, or a lot of screen shots!!
Thank you  for your time.



Justin R.

danilovav:
What cameras are you use? Do you have additional (white) IP addresses?

chechito:
I think rule number 2 (NAT rule) is not necessary

habit04:
Quote from: danilovav on January 18, 2010, 05:44:16 AM

What cameras are you use? Do you have additional (white) IP addresses?

I have DCS-6620s 4 of them, and DCS-5300s for the rest.

I do have white list IP address listed....I listed one camera 192.168.0.104, and my LAN IP.
That is all I have listed under my white list hosts.

habit04:
Quote from: chechito on January 18, 2010, 05:48:35 AM

I think rule number 2 (NAT rule) is not necessary

I disabled the NAT Rule, and the reslult is still the same. The webpage acts like it is trying to connect then stops....ill post the logs shortly

Thanks

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