Biken Maharjan: Nice video but it's called router ,not rooter, I think.
CircusAviation: Thank you. Very helpful. I was being driven crazy. I couldn't remember how
I had set up my mobile phone software. I couldn't work out, why I could not
get it to work. Then you reminded me...I had to use the public IP to access
the DVR and not the DVR IP!! Thanks again.
rimmalek: aziz kheily alee va kamel boood . kolan systemo gereftam .accent ham kheily
bahal va ghabel fahm boood , be ye seri az hasooodaye oskol tavajoh nakon.
keep it up the good work .
Gordon M-Kennedy: Great video, but unfortunately this does not work when trying to remote
view on a Mac. I have been looking around for a while now for a solution to
this problem, but it seems like no one can find one! I can view on Iphone,
Ipad, PC, Android etc, but not on a Mac which is very frustrating!
Sal Cameli: If you buy a Lorex you can access your cameras with a free app and it takes
under 2 mins to set up.
Check out the Lorex 1896
Omid Pajooh: Thank you for sharing
chandu sekhar: how to connect the dvr with online
Bhathiya Kannangara: i watch my h.264 dvr on my pc via internet .how i watch dvr on mac?
rafael beringuela: very informative , it helps me alot thanks...
mark brack: excellent presentation thanks
Lovely Luffy: can u tell me how to know what is my DynDns Adress or i need to register
DynDns Address ?
Charles Long: Great video. Excellent explanation of IP addresses, WAN, LAN and how they
interact with router and other devices. Thanks
L Ratcliffe: Hi, I do this sort of thing for a living and your video is very good!. it
will help a lot of people out there who have installed their own systems
and need to view their camera's remotely. Keep up the good work :)
suleman shahzad: im still confused and ive watched this lyke 5xz
Paul Lennon: HI EXCELLENT VIDEO, i am stuck on the public ip address, i can see it on my
iphone when i inside the house, when i try to view it outside nothing
happens, i try putting public ip address in same result. please help
james caberte: any help are appreciated...
bowenssupremacy: Nice video. Can you please explain or make a video showing how to port
forward a WATCHBOT dvr thru an Apple airport router model A1409.
MoTechnTravel: This is the wrong way to the do the job sir. 1. you dont put the dvr on
DHCP, cause the router would change the IP. 2. You dont open DMZ which is
the same as screwing your whole network. 3. Static IP is an expensive game.
In short the steps and process are not the way which is secure and easy.
hos dav: Hey I have Adata dvr with 3 camera, an AOL modem rooter. I have installed
pro survalience software. I have connected dvr to modem with network cable.
quick start say enter 192.168.1.108 on explorer to access dvr but i cant
access it. can you help?
nangarhar mastofiat: hi thanks from the video which you share here but one thing i need your
help how we access the IP address which we submit to dvr i can not access
it from remote area i mean from other network i need your help in this
Taous Khan: i really appreciate your work . it really help me to connect my dvr with bt
hub . thank you so much . God Bless you
googlesux: Helps alot.Can you explain how to setup DynDns adress? Great video.
Edwin Calara: Nice video!!
allen lau: hi, is there any software that can record my cctv into my harddisk? record
multiple cctv video into my hard disk, help plsss....
Dean Lyones: crap
SYED RAHEEL: Thank You So Much
claudio p peters: hi , i just want to thank you a loot
mydwwd: hi, very gd explained~.. and do u no how to do post forwarding on edimax
for samsung DVR SRD-470D? it make me sick~.. can u help me? thank u
Balkrishn Tulsyan: Excellent video.. thanx a lot..!!!
allan baldawi: I dont have words to thank you enough for this video, sharing the wealth of
your knowledge with this video is the ultimate generosity. I have to say
that everything that I knew about IP address and internet connections was
very vague and random, and your video just organized all that I knew along
with adding valuable information. Thank you so much!
Nipun Nayar: Hey, It was a great video! I too have IP cameras and have been doing this
for quiet some time. I wanted to ask you whether I can put my printer also
on my network and print from anywhere I want? If not, please let me know
why I can't do this. Thank You.
Best more: i need to open a company that instill cctv camera i need more info
Michelle Richard: mediafire.ｃom/?ibl8auhx9thmh2t/ This is how to find working Youtube View
james caberte: hello i would like to ask an assistance. i have four (4) dvr different
brand but my problem on how to connect/setup them into one router through
tp link network switch so that i can view my cam over the net..... any help
arfajob: Stumbling delivery, atrocious accent, found it very difficult to
understand. If you turn on the subtitles it's hilarious!
MoTechnTravel: The simple was is to subscribe to DYNDNS and put the info in the router or
DVR and add the DVR to the router for a STATIC IP.
Ron Sinclair: Hi, just seen your video on setting up DVR on O2 hub but mine is not the
same as the one you show, ? what would be a good price to pay if i got
someone in to set up for me, do you know anyone. lol Ron
Insa5237: respect man
Eric Kim: In The World The Best And Fastest Internet in the world is KOREA SOUTH
glyn whittington: hi when i log on to the dvr there is no login page gan u help plz
suleman shahzad: my public ip address changed after i changed the dvrs ip type to static to
dhcp and after the port forwarding my public ip adress changed. do i have
to type in my public ip or my bt gateway number to access my dvr remotely
Gus Stalin: I opened ports but when I test it says ports closed I googled everywhere
and still no luck, what can it be?
Van Mart: Exelente...
suleman shahzad: thanx this worked eventually
harkino: Fantastic thanks
dannytroy: Outstanding video. Very nicely done, and showed step by step, explaining
each step. I now have a very good idea of what is going on, concerning port
forwarding on my router.
Emre Kahriman: YOU ARE AWESOMEEEEE !!!!!
securiguide: You need to stablish internet accessing in the way explained above. then
all you will need to do is to install eagleeyes on your smartphone
(Eagleeyes is an application for Avtech only) then add DVR there it will
ask you for the following: Name (any name you chose) IP (your public IP of
the DVR network or DynDns address) Port: (80) Username and password (which
are admin and admin by default and we strongly advice you to change them
Edy Soesanto: i have followed all your instruction with my avtech dvr instruction,and
when i installed the eagleeyes application in my android phone,it says not
supported,but when i use the internet explorer i can view my dvr,so what
did i do wrong with my eaggleeyes application in my android.?
zakdakiller: hello, i am using dyndns hostname in order to see my cameras through the
internet but when i am typing the host name to the explorer it connects me
with the router and not the dvr, what can i do to solve this problem?
please i realy need some help here. Thank you!
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