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What im trying to do is access my security cameras within my LAN from the WAN, i understand i need a port forward here to do this and i cant seem to figure it out. I have given my camera a static ip and a port of 115, im no port forwarding expert so its new for me. Has anybody try to do this before with these verizon issued routers?
O and the camera is web-based (http)
i appreciate anybodys input
easiest way to do it.
You have to know the ip address of your equipment (which you do) and the ports you need forwarded (which I imagine that you do)
it's free, just download and install the program, fill in the blanks and you are done.