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Author Topic: Cant access camera from internet  (Read 2038 times)

wizardme

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Cant access camera from internet
« on: April 21, 2015, 03:38:30 AM »

Hey, I need some help with set up of internet access for my dcs 930l camera.

I have:

1. d-link dir-300 wi-fi router which is definitely connected to internet. I set up remote access for this router from internet on port 7070.

2. this router has external ip (something like 5.228.14x.2xx) and I can access this router from other devices connected to other internet providers by 5.228.14x.2xx:7070.

3. dcs 930l camera, which is connected to router and has a static local ip 192.168.0.22 and port 8022. I can access this camera by 192.168.0.22:8022 on local computer.

4. I used port forwarding (virtual server) for this camera in settings of d-link dir-300  -  to ip 192.168.0.22 with private and public ports of 8022.

5. I can locally access this camera on 5.228.14x.2xx:8022, but no matter what I can't access it from internet.

6. I did setup a dynamic dns through noip.com and it works (in case this information matters). I can access router both through its external ip and its dns host name, but I still can't access my camera from outside.

I tried to use other private and public ports when port forwarding. I think that I've done everything absolutely right, but I can't access this camera from internet. I am pretty desperate at this point and would like to get some pointers.
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