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Old 05-05-2010, 11:52 AM   #1
Okisan
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mapping with router vyatta


I am new working with vyatta routers and my problem is next:
I am installing 5 ip cameras and i am using vyatta router. someone could help me how can i access remotrly by internet to my internal lan where are my cameras instaled. i have read about dnat but i'm not sure if also need to configure ports tha i previosly asigned to cameras i get confuse with that because only find mapping configuration ip address but not ports
Thank you
my e-mail is oscarsan85@hotmail.com
 
Old 05-05-2010, 12:46 PM   #2
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I am new working with vyatta routers and my problem is next:
I am installing 5 ip cameras and i am using vyatta router. someone could help me how can i access remotrly by internet to my internal lan where are my cameras instaled. i have read about dnat but i'm not sure if also need to configure ports tha i previosly asigned to cameras i get confuse with that because only find mapping configuration ip address but not ports
Thank you
my e-mail is oscarsan85@hotmail.com
First, we're not going to email you answers...this is a community forum, and we don't provide personalized, one-on-one tech support.

Second, there's no way anyone here can even begin to answer your question. There are too many variables, such as firewalls, DMZ's, etc., and the question "how can I access remotely by internet my internal lan" is very vague. Access what? How? What protocol?
 
  


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