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comment Setting up Dynamic DNS for Wireless Cameras And Accessing them Remotely
For anyone else trying to do the same thing. I ended up bridging my router with my modem. Then (since my router has built in DDNS updating) I set it up for that, forwarded the appropriate ports for each camera and was able to access the cameras through "mywebsite.com:XXXX" where XXXX is the port number for the camera.
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comment Setting up Dynamic DNS for Wireless Cameras And Accessing them Remotely
but again, it's not going to my router, it's going to my modem instead.
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comment Setting up Dynamic DNS for Wireless Cameras And Accessing them Remotely
but the thing is it connects to my modem's page not my routers. I have the ports of the cameras forwarded, lets say the camera used port 102 and my ip was like 72.156.52.12 how would I access it from the web?
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Will this redirect my downloads itself?
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