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    Panasonic IP camera

    This is a discussion on Panasonic IP camera within the Asking for help forums, part of the Broadband Technical Help category; guys, I have searched and read this site, but ave not been able to find the exact answer. I apologise ...

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      Panasonic IP camera

      guys, I have searched and read this site, but ave not been able to find the exact answer. I apologise in advance if I have missed the answer in a FAQ somewhere !

      I have just had to return to my SAGEM router FAST model as the draytek died last night.

      I have the webcam with ip address 192.168.0.253.

      I have set up dyn dns etc but all I can see externally is my router login panel ?

      can someome please explain or point me to something on setting up an IP camera to be visible to the outisde world.

      I am not interested in any gaming just getting this webcam going

      many thanks in advance


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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      I have set up dyn dns etc but all I can see externally is my router login panel ?
      That's correct because you are on the inside of the routers network, its to do with loopback I think, but if you were to try from a neighbours connection, it should be fine.

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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      hi sorry don't know how to PM from this forum. I have checked the IP from another location and it is the router login.

      I need to know how to set up port forwarding on the SAGEM. I found a doc last night and will try it tonight.

      but if you can guide me my email is hocombewood at googlemail.com

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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      To send a PM to a member, if you left click on my name in the post above to the left, (or this post) you should then get a drop down menu, Send a private message to NewsreadeR, click that and away you go.

      What's the port number the camera uses?
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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      Once you have found the port number for the camera, use this guide and then substitute the port number in our example 25042 for the one that the camera uses.

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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      OK looking at the manual

      http://panasonic.co.jp/pcc/products/...nual/c1_oi.pdf

      Go to page 123, change the port number to 80 if not already set at, and then change the 192.168.0.253 to 192.168.0.15 and then forward port 80 to 192.168.0.15 as per above tutorial.
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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      ok thanks, not quite sure why i need to change the port from .253 ? can't I just leave it at .253 and forward to .253 ?

      sorry for being disgustingly thick !

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      Re: Panasonic IP camera

      Yes you can, I was just trying to make the instructions as easy and logical as possible.
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