I am using dyndns, a wrt610n router, and I am unable to access from the web/offsite. Any ideas.... works great internally, but need screenshots, etc for dyndns usage... not interested in tzo
I have checked out your screen captures and maybe noted a misconception regarding how single port forwarding works.
Single port forwarding does not mean multiple port forwarding. I'll use the screen capture below as an to illustrate and example.
I have also attached the jpg in case you have difficulty in seeing the picture
You will notice, that will single port forwarding, I have have four fields.
1. external port
2. protocol either TCP , UDP or both
3. internal port.
4. redirect to internal IP address
So to verbalize the statement shown in the screen capture.
If I was to direct traffic to the WAN IP interface from the internet using either TCP or UDP with destination port 1710 then redirect that traffic to internal IP address 192.168.1.99 but change the destination port number to port 80
There is no mention of ICMP (ping) in that statement, so pinging the WAN interface with port 1710 , just wont work. I noticed that in your screen captures.
In the example above, if I had a webserver at internal address 192.168.1.99, it means that folks in the Internet could access the webserver with the following URL http://ip>:1710
That domestic router that you have would translate from TCP port 1710 to TCP port 80 and allow users to access the WEBserver at 192.168.1.99.
You will not be able to Ping that internal IP address from the Internet, when using single port forwarding.
I also wonder what application you will use to view the cameras.
Please note that the Business series Camera WVC210 comes with absolutely fantastic free software, but there is not option to add the domestic camera WVC54GCA to that software. You may be able to add the WVC210 camera to the software that comes with the WVC54GCA.
I would like the opportunity to discuss an options. When you have a few minutes please use this community site to email me privately your contact details..
I think i spotted the problem. try the option called "single port forwarding" rather than port range forwarding.
Delete the port range forwarding entries and then add single port forwarding entries.
And you can remotely open the Router browser from the public internet, correct?
Then I would check ACLs to see if you are denying traffic.
Try from a PC in the same network as the camera to PING the remote client, from which you are trying to access the camera from?.
Try totally disabling the FW for a few minutes to see if something is blocking it....
Looks like the port forwarding is correct to me...
I just found this...
You want to access the camera remotely?
Two ways to do this and I can help you.
But first, is this what you are asking?