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    help port forward netgear dg934g

    This is a discussion on help port forward netgear dg934g within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; hi everyone wanted to ask if anyone can help i have a cctv camera system which is connected to the ...

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      help port forward netgear dg934g

      hi everyone

      wanted to ask if anyone can help i have a cctv camera system which is connected to the netgear router i have forwarded port 80 but still cant see the device,can anyone help as to the correct set up so i can see the cctv over the internet am i meant to set up a ip on the host machine or just the router i am using the sky netgear dg934g i appreciate any help anyone can give to stead me in the right direction

      what do i need to put in the set up to get the cctv camera to work

      in the cctv camera it ays the following

      media port - web port

      ip address

      net mask
      gate

      dns


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      Re: help port forward netgear dg934g

      Can your CCTV camera negotiate an ip address with the router? If not try setting up a static ip address. Once done go to CMD and see if the CCTV responds to pings.

      It's important to know here whether you intend to access the CCTV over LAN only or if you require access to it over the internet? (remote access)

     

     

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