How do I access a network camera from internet via 501
Please understand that I am nowhere near being a network guru and I'm even farther away from being a PIX guru.
I have a 501 PIX between my home network and the outside internet. The PIX is connected to a cable modem and pretty much keeps the same DHCP IP address as assigned by the ISP. I have an AXIS 207 IP camera connected to my home network on IP 192.168.1.11. For the sake of illustration say the address assigned by my cable ISP is 18.104.22.168.
What I need to do is to access the camera from the internet. To do that I suppose I need to add some instructions to the PIX configuration but I don't know where to start...I have never even thought about communicating with devices on my home network through the internet. Can someone please provide some pointers or better yet the commands I need to add. The next question is how do I access the camera assuming the PIX is all set up. I don't think I use the camera's address and I don't know how the ISP address would get to a specific device such as the camera - maybe appending a port number or whatever to the IP address I type when trying to access the camera from the internet?
The way the camera works on the internal network is you type in it's IP address in a browser window and the camera opens up a web page just like any url and the video is streamed to a window in the web page.
I hope I've provided enough info to understand what I'm trying to do and I would be most appreciative for any help.
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