MrFaiz76: my dvr has broken lan network , USB Wireless Adapter Network it working
tlsmoke23: Can't find an open address for dvr tried several. Also can the cat5 be
disconnected after set up and still view wirelessly? My dvr an router are
shasashu: ok.. good video. but the external ip is dynamic in nature. i was hoping for
a way so that we can view our cams without buying a static ip..
Linda Harrison: My dvr hdd which is connected to my tv is filled but somehow it will not
let me delete files. I can record from tv straight onto a disc but I want
to delete some shows. Please would anyone know what to do. Its a Toshiba Rd
Eric Avila: Do you need to pay a fee to access your cameras through internet?
Vladimir Ilievski: you can write cmd at the search bar and it will be shown
mohammad al zubiydi: thanks to you
i have dvr and i have tp link
i want connect the dvr to the tp link
and i want see from my phon
can you help me
Sim Mike: thanks .....it was very useful information for me.
Sedtha Pised: Thanks!
MRWHITE3535: Does it have to be a static ip address?
M4Defense: Great job on explaining how to obtain and set up ip info, I spent a lot of
time trying to get this info. Got up and running. FYI, D-link router uses a
"virtual server" that you can enter dvr info & you don't need to add the
second "2000" rule. Thank you very much!
MrCee831: Very useful information!
Terry Hana: This a great info, thank you very much
Akano Ademola: Hello, Do i still need a public address for this or is this an alternative
to using a public address
paul alibone: Excellent tutorial thanks. I've now got my cameras online.
Desmond Harwood: Very Good!
BLUE RANGE SYSTEMS: How do I add rules to Paradyne 6211 Router for access. Adding the ports
with TCP and UDP seems OK enough
Anthony newsome: I amusing Windows seven and an eircom netopia router. My ipconfig says
media disconected. Where do i find my external IP
kevin cruze: call selinco.....
Gurdeep singh: good
Aragon Alagao: thanks man, very helpful
aadil maqsood: very good way of teaching i see this vidieo
Eduardo061992: I'm having some trouble with this. I am able to see my cameras with my
laptop, but only when I'm connected with my router. So, if I go to lets
say, Starbucks or something and I try connecting, it won't let me. It will
just tell me it could not connect to that address.
vimal madakkali: i am a beginner i started a cctv business in home town so i need total video
quilla333: can you help me in how to see the cameras away from home on an android or
iphone after doing all this set up?
Olga Grothe: Could you help me? how can i put a rule in a xfinity router? in the Port
Forwarding menu just let me add services but no rules...
E vdD: top
Naresh Gardas: i will understand thank u very good if u have any more information for
send me clip
KissMyBlade: Hey dvrmaster , I have a question:
When forwarding ports, are 0808 and 2000 used for any particular reason or
could you use any number so long as it's assigned to both the dvr and the
liverjutla9: i have followed these steps and it says 'Connection timed out'
william page: cool http://www.youtube.com/user/soildier2010
marlon sanoy: i like it
Anthony newsome: ok got the external IP
Anthony BEckett: Awesome Video Thanks A lot Bro !!!!
RC Shooter: Get a STATIC IP. This crap will all be 200,000 times easier.
ASgfjyhgyi: Nice and simple.
Bobby Tanya: LOOK guys its the new Xbox1" how to video " Lol.
YeahManGaming: i dont have a server port! help!
Vicky Ch: good
Dee Bee: I have a Bunker Hill 68332 DVR Security system. I followed your
instructions. I can see the DVR on my network. I cannot see the dvr on the
Internet. What are the steps to see it on the Internet. I get an error
messagge that says "cannot connect". What do I need to do?
hussain ali: thanks alot's bro
Th. GUNK: Blue Iris
VideoMenu: I have none of those services options for my Verizon router. All I can do
is name a new rule, fill in Port Start, Port End, and Port Map Start along
with UDP, TCP, TCP/UDP option. Then I can go back and "Add" the new rule to
a list and assign it to a computer. And that is it. Nothing else. No other
rules as spoken about in this video. Anyone have suggestions?
jdbawesome b: nice job bro.. what if my router set up is not on Static IP? only Obtain
IP? what will i do, do i have to click on DHCP? need your help bro.. tnx
chen mark: you need to open the port and forwarding to your DVR. if you get an error
messagge that says "cannot connect" could be the ROUTER problem!
Al Salazar: Great video, THanks!
ELMORENO429: You really just saved my weekend. The manual and instructions that come
with the Swann system are horrible. I would have never figured out how to
do this without your help. GREAT JOB!!! The 66 people that DISLIKED this
are crazy. Perfect instructions and I have a completed different router and
I still got mine working. THANKS AGAIN!!
Nonye Awurum: can this work for standalone 16 channel h.264 dvr?
GQNew CA: I love this video. You are a very good teacher. My issue: The monitor that
was connected to the DVR died. I could view my cameras on any computer
before the monitor died. The DVR is an ADT "A SDR 400 LTE Digital Video
Recorder. I purchased the Balan "BNG-RJ45 or Twisted Pair connectors". I
connected the Balan connectors directly to my DVR. My software system goes
to default setting numbers. Are these the right connectors? They fit fine.
I cannot see cameras on computer now. Please advise.
xFaTaL TeMpaRz: how do i find the password errrgghhhhhh
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