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    This is a discussion on help within the Sky Router forums, part of the Sky Broadband help category; I did spend some time searching the web earlier for the guide as I am sure it can be accomplished. ...

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      Re: help

      I did spend some time searching the web earlier for the guide as I am sure it can be accomplished. If I had found it I would have posted the link for you.

      However, this time I put in some different words and I believe you may have some joy with this link:

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      Speedtest: 17.15MB/s 0.97Mb/s Ping 31 ms

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      Re: help

      Quote Originally Posted by T3WY View Post
      My camera software is all setup with dyndns, and I would have to change the settings everytime I'm at home or out and about. The software does not let you put both ip and dyndns in at the same time unlike plex which does. The annoying thing is my bt home hub worked both ways once I had opened the ports but the sky router is not acting the same way and I was wondering if I'm missing something.
      Why do your cameras need to use dyndns? If they are all on your home network then they would all be reporting the same (public) IP address. Your router can do this just once for everything?

      You may be able to set up a hosts file on your PC which contains the internal IP addresses of the camera and an alias.
      There is no p in Thomson.


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