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    Swann CCTV Nightmare

    This is a discussion on Swann CCTV Nightmare within the Sky Broadband (Fibre) Help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Originally Posted by skyeci Guess it looks right. I spose if it was me I would be trying a different ...

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      Re: Swann CCTV Nightmare

      Quote Originally Posted by skyeci View Post
      Guess it looks right. I spose if it was me I would be trying a different router in case this is the sky router. I did read other posts on other forums with users having issues with port forwarding via a sky router where it wasn't working.

      One option that seemed to work was to put the CCTV system in the DMZ. Not ideal but it seemed to work according to the op and as a last resort.
      I dont know how to do that mate? Id dont even know what a DMZ is?


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      Re: Swann CCTV Nightmare

      WAN Setup – DMZ Server explained

      If under the wan section there is a option for dmz on the sky router you could try putting the IP of the CCTV box in there and see if it works. Not ideal but would be a work around..

      Skyq router seems to support a dmz so look under

      WAN ip Setup

      tick box for default DMZ Server

      Add CCTV IP address in there, apply etc..
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      Re: Swann CCTV Nightmare

      Quote Originally Posted by hornby7590 View Post
      Here are some attachments. The IP in the firewall rule is the IP of the DVR which is run through a TP Link hardwire link. IP on the DVR is set to static!

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      Attachment 6786Attachment 6784Attachment 6785
      Have a very similar setup with a cctv system and have no problmes on my Sky Q hub.
      See your firewall setup above, but not Services.
      What have you allowed under Services?
      http://192.168.0.1/sky_services.html
      That needs to be completed before you add your firewall settings. You may need to ensure your Service type has TCP and UDP.

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      Re: Swann CCTV Nightmare

      I have a 8 channel Swann system but only use 4 channels at the moment. I'm not on Sky as you can see but NOWTV uses Skys network. My system works flawlessly but this may be due to the fact that I use a non sky router maybe.

      I haven't had to open any ports or do any port forwarding I just use UPnP. Everything on my network has also been set a manual IP. Is this something you have done in the Sky Hub (if its possible).

      I don't need to use any DDNS for the CCTV system but I do have one its just not programmed into the DVR.

      Have you doubled checked you are using the right ports. On my DVR (Model 4575) 9000 is for the client and 9001 is for the HTTP port. 9001 would be the port to access the system remotely and 9000 when you are at home connected to the same internal network as the DVR.

      The DVR ports are default as well. You can change them if you need/want to if your DVR's GUI is the same as mine
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      Re: Swann CCTV Nightmare

      Quote Originally Posted by andrewjr View Post

      I haven't had to open any ports or do any port forwarding I just use UPnP. Everything on my network has also been set a manual IP. Is this something you have done in the Sky Hub (if its possible).
      Yes, it is possible to reserve a lan ip under http://192.168.0.1/sky_lan_ip_setup.html

      UPnP is on by default on the Sky hub, but you can check here http://192.168.0.1/sky_upnp.html
      Last edited by lettice; 28-04-19 at 06:54 PM.

     

     
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