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Viewing security camera feed form a DVR over Verizon wireless 4G LTE Internet
UTTCHA22
Member

Hello,

Does anyone able to configure any DVR and able to view video feed from outside Internet via Verizon wireless 4G LTE. MiFi or any other modem like Novatel / Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice T1114.

I am trying to do it via Novatel / Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice T1114 and have Samsung DVR. Using IPolis software provided by Samsung to view live feed on iPhone / Android. I have opened all port by provided option for port forwarding in the Verizon router Novatel / Verizon 4G LTE Broadband Router with Voice T1114. However, seems like port forwarding doesn't work. I have tried port forwarding for my web server for which it does not work (can't access from outside to this web site). This same setup works great via my other Internet setup on Comcast Internet service on which means all else (hardware / software works).

I called Verizon tech support and they have very limited idea for what I am talking about. They assured me that port forwarding does work on this data plan and nothing is blocked from their network. Also, claimed that other people are using cameras and viewing them successfully using Verizon's port forwarding feature ( which is required by DDNS setup for Dynamic IP).

Thanks! for any insight.

Uttam

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Re: Viewing security camera feed form a DVR over Verizon wireless 4G LTE Internet
Weth
Sr. Leader

Previous posts on this had the same lack of success you have. It usually requires paying Verizon a one time fee for static IP address. You cannot initiate incoming connection from outside the network. Other cameras work buy connecting to a cloud service, the phone connecting to the cloud service to get the image. Again it is outgoing from the camera to the cloud service, and then you connecting to cloud service.

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