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Port Forwarding Cisco 1841

I have a cisco 1841 and I am hooking up some cameras onto my network. My global IP is 64.190.170.2 and my internal IP which is going to my cameras DVR is 192.168.1.15. I need to be able to forward port 8080 from my global IP to my local IP so i can view my DVR remotely. can anyone tell me the command i need to put in my Cisco 1841 to forward this port?

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Re: Port Forwarding Cisco 1841

Hi Joe,

Do you have a free global IP from your ISP to do a 1-1 NAT to have your internal camera get a global IP and access it on the internet?

If not, you can try this one. On you router use the following command and see if this works for you :

Conf t #ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.15 8080 interface serial x/y 8080

Letus know if this works.

Cheers,

-amit singh

Re: Port Forwarding Cisco 1841

Hi Joe,

Just to add Amit's post, if you're using the 1841's default FE ports (no Serial WIC), kindly configure as below:

ip nat inside source static tcp 192.168.1.15 8080 64.190.170.2 8080

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