Register | Login | Help | Feedback | SiteMap | Add to favorites | Currency:

Home

Security System

Security Camera

DVR/NVR

Power Supply

Cable

CCTV Accessories

News & Events Quotation
12/16/2017 Search Advanced Search
0 Items ($ 0.00) Checkout Account

yan.eyo

User Guide
About us
   About us
   Contact us
   Payment Term
   shipping methods
   FAQs
   Returns policy
   Privacy Policy
   Term and conditions
Installation Support
   how to run cables
   how to mount cameras
   PTZ Camera Install
   3G Mobile & iPhone Devices Installation
   Questions about Cameras
   Frequently asked questions concerning DVR's
   IP Camera Installation
Information & Help
   DVR
   Cameras
   DVR Network Setup
   Remote Network Setup
   Knowlege of Security system
   CCTV Buyers Guide
   CCTV Glossary
  Home >> User Guide >> Remote Network Setup

Remote Network Setup:

The Local Network setup has to be done first before you can set it up remotely. 

This Section is for those that are able to connect to the DVR Locally, but now need to find out how to connect Remotely.  Please follow these exact steps and you should not have a problem.

The sample router is a Linksys, you may have a different router. 

Words of Caution:  In some cases we have people that use 2 Routers on their network.  Most reasons for this is that they need a wireless router for wireless access.  The other reason is that the Internet Service Providers Modem is also a Router.  When you connect 2 Routers, you will always have problems Port Forwarding the correct ports.  If you think you have everything set up correctly and it doesn't work, please contact us and let us know that there might be a second router issue. 

 A few things that you need to find out about your Internet Connection:

  • Do you have a Static IP or Dynamic IP?  To find this out, contact your Internet Service Provider and they should be able to tell you.
  • If you have a Dynamic IP, you will need to set up an Account on www.dyndns.org.  That way when your IP changes, you can connect to the same Hostname (ex: my.dvrdns.org) everytime you connect.  It other words, it makes your Dynamic IP a static host address.  This is very important if you want to connect to your DVR remotely.
  • Find out what equipment you are using from the Internet Service Provider.  If it is a modem, then you should be fine just configuring your router that's connected to it.  Make sure to get the username and passwords for any router you may have.  If you can not log in to the router, you will not be able to complete this setup.  You may have to contact your Internet Service Provider for this information. 

Step 1:  Port Forwarding

Only make these changes to the Router that your Digital Video Recorder is connected to. 

What is Port Forwarding?  Port Forwarding is used to transfer information from your router directly to your computer or DVR through Ports.  What is a Port?  Ports are openings through your computer that allow data in you computer/DVR.  The World Wide Web for example uses Port 80.  Anytime you go to a website, that goes over that specific port.  The reason we need to forward certain ports for your DVR is so that you can View your cameras over the Web (internet). 

Ok, so you can connect locally and see your cameras, you're halfway done now. What we have to do now is to connect to you router, configure it, and you will be able to see your cameras on the Internet.  To do this, connect to your Default Gateway (Router) in Internet Explorer.  If you don't know how to find this, go back to Network Setup and follow Step #1.


You should then see a login box appear to connect to the Router:


After you log in, click on Applications and Gaming (For Linksys Routers Only)

The picture below is only for DVR Models H9004 and H9008.

  • Port Forwarding for Port 80 (If your ISP blocks this port, make sure to change it to 8080 or something else, on the DVR and the Router).
  • These DVR Models also need port 9000 open for the video stream.


 After you insert the correct Port Forwarding information, click on Save Settings.  Once it saves continue to the next step.

Step 2: What is my IP?

To find out what IP you have from your Internet Service Provider, go to the following website: http://www.whatismyip.com


When you go to this site it will tell you what you IP is, here is an example (This is just an example, yours will be unique):


The IP address that you see in your browser is what you will most likely connect to from over the internet (Not the Example Above).  If you have a Static IP then you should be done with your DVR Network Installation.  Try to connect to the IP that you have and see if that works for you.  If it does not, check all of your settings and try again.  If you continue to have problems, please contact us.

If however you have a Dynamic IP, you will need to go to www.dyndns.org and set up a free hosting account.

 

About us
About us
Contact us
Payment Term
shipping methods
FAQs
Returns policy
Privacy Policy
Term and conditions
Installation Support
how to run cables
how to mount cameras
PTZ Camera Install
3G Mobile & iPhone Devices Installation
Questions about Cameras
Frequently asked questions concerning DVR's
IP Camera Installation
Information & Help
DVR
Cameras
DVR Network Setup
Remote Network Setup
Knowlege of Security system
CCTV Buyers Guide
CCTV Glossary

Links:                              
Copyright 2017 anranhtshop.Com. All Rights Reserved.  Phone Number:0755-89580866  Fax0755-89501521
Email:anransecu@gmail.com ICP(jing):05061904 Administrator Login