04-23-2013 10:06 AM
I am trying to view my Foscam IP Camera from an external browser. I have an airport base station recieving the Comcast signal and the IP camera is transmitting wirelessly to the network. I have set up port forwarding and I've also set up a Dyn DNS account/zone to connect remotely to the camera's static IP address.
I was advised by Dyn DNS that the airport needs to be in bridge mode in order to allow remote access to the IP camera via web browser BUT when I switch my airport base station to bridge mode, I lose my internet connection completely. Is there anyway to prevent that?
Ultimately I'd like to maintain my wireless internet connection at home while being able to view my wireless camera when I'm not at home. Will I need a router? Does anyone have any clue as to how to make this happen?
04-23-2013 03:37 PM
There is a sticky at the top of this board named Port Forwarding primer that might help.
Need to gather some info:
The private IP address of the Camera For Example 192.168.1.105
The Public ip adress that comcast provides to your router For Example 188.8.131.52
The Port you want to use Such as 5555 or whatever the camera Mfr suggests.
Then log into the Router and navigate to the Port Forwarding tab.
Forward the private IP address on Port 5555
Then go remote and browse to http:\\184.108.40.206:5555
That should do it.
Easier thing is buy Dlink cameras and set up your account on the Dlink website
Then your dlink Camera links to the website and when you log in to your account on the website, the video is there Password protected.
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