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Created: Sep 23, 2012
ZAA2 Created: Sep. 23, 2012
Thank you for the help. Teh cameras do not require port 80, however it seems that the external network that I was using to test the access was only allowing access to port 80. With the same setup as before I am able to access cameras on ports other than 80. The limittaion was from the network I was accessing from. So, propblem resolved, things just work fine with a simple...
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Created: Sep 20, 2012
ZAA2 Created: Sep. 20, 2012
Thank you, I have done this but it does not work. I found out by accident that it only works for port 80. I can open any port number for any device, that works fine and I checked it with yougetsignal.com . However the camera can only respond and give me the login screen if and only if it is assigned to port 80 (and port 80 is forwarded). I have more than one camera and po...
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Created: Sep 19, 2012
ZAA2 Created: Sep. 19, 2012
I have been trying to setup an IP camera (EasyN FS-613A-M136), my router is 2wire 3800HGV-B with dynamic IP address (DHCP). I have completed the following steps: 1. Connected my camera with a wire, then removed a wire and connected by WiFI. 2. I am able to see the camera (login into the web server) and change the settings with local IP address 192.168.1.X 3. The camera is...
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ZAA2 Created: Sep. 23, 2012
Thank you for the help. Teh cameras do not require port 80, however it seems that the external network that I was using to test the access was only allowing access to port 80. With the same setup as before I am able to access cameras on ports other than 80. The limittaion was from the network I was accessing from. So, propblem resolved, things just work fine with a simple...
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