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port forwarding for cctv
« on: April 03, 2012, 11:39:45 PM »
 mga sir ask lang po ako ng guide
 about sa port forwarding gamit ko po tenda router W268r nagawa ko napo lagyan ng ip adress ang dvr at gateway..ang gateway na linagay ko sa dvr ang yong gateway ng tenda router ko,DSL nga po pala gamit ko na line....at kinalikot ko na rin yong virtual server ng tenda router ko..naguguluhan lang ako kung anong port ang ilalagay ko sa DVR for tcp at doon sa virtual server ng tenda router. ang deafualt po pala na port tcp ng DVR ay 34567 yon din ang linagay ko sa virtual server

pag check ko ang port sa canyouseeme.com
error sya sa port 34567
per sa port 80 succes

pero ma acces ko na ang dvr sa LAN lang sa internet ayaw na

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port forwarding for cctv
« on: April 03, 2012, 11:39:45 PM »

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Re: port forwarding for cctc
« Reply #1 on: April 03, 2012, 11:42:09 PM »
bale ang gusto niyo sir makita 'yung DVR galing sa Internet? depende kasi sa ISP niyo sir, madalas blocked talaga 'yung ibang ports sa side nila kahit i-open sa side niyo.
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2012, 11:45:46 PM »
mga sir ask lang po ako ng guide
 about sa port forwarding gamit ko po tenda router W268r nagawa ko napo lagyan ng ip adress ang dvr at gateway..ang gateway na linagay ko sa dvr ang yong gateway ng tenda router ko,DSL nga po pala gamit ko na line....at kinalikot ko na rin yong virtual server ng tenda router ko..naguguluhan lang ako kung anong port ang ilalagay ko sa DVR for tcp at doon sa virtual server ng tenda router. ang deafualt po pala na port tcp ng DVR ay 34567 yon din ang linagay ko sa virtual server

pag check ko ang port sa canyouseeme.com
error sya sa port 34567
per sa port 80 succes

pero ma acces ko na ang dvr sa LAN lang sa internet ayaw na

help naman mga tita


check mo sir kung may DMZ yung router mo then enable mo muna... then check your firewall settings, off mo muna for the mean time just to verify na di locked yung ports ng ISP mo..
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #2 on: April 03, 2012, 11:45:46 PM »

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #3 on: April 03, 2012, 11:54:02 PM »
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #4 on: April 03, 2012, 11:57:23 PM »
bale ang gusto niyo sir makita 'yung DVR galing sa Internet? depende kasi sa ISP niyo sir, madalas blocked talaga 'yung ibang ports sa side nila kahit i-open sa side niyo.

opo sir ganun nga like ko makita galing internet...blocked siguro ng ISP ill keep searching kay google about this..nag try na rin akong ibang port ganun parin..baka po may ibang open port kayo na lam jan sir

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check mo sir kung may DMZ yung router mo then enable mo muna... then check your firewall settings, off mo muna for the mean time just to verify na di locked yung ports ng ISP mo..

yes sir may DMZ po tong router na enable ko na sya tapos lagay na IP nya 192.168.1.xxx
at na off ko  narin ang firewall
same result parin

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #4 on: April 03, 2012, 11:57:23 PM »

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #5 on: April 03, 2012, 11:59:50 PM »
dati 'yung DSL (PLDT) dito sa bahay naa-access ko sa internet, port 8080. pero nung dumami Net Cafe dito (around 5 to 7 years ago), 'di na ulit ma-access.

naaalala ko merong site dati na pwedeng i-scan 'yung open ports mo from internet side.
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #6 on: April 04, 2012, 12:19:59 AM »
ano ang provider mo? static or dynamic ang IP mo? (i assume na dynamic, pero wala namang case as long as di pa lapsed ang lease time ng ip)


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almost 2years na kong walang practice sa portforwarding ng DVR/NVRs hehe di ko na maimagine..
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #7 on: April 04, 2012, 02:23:27 AM »
ano ang provider mo? static or dynamic ang IP mo? (i assume na dynamic, pero wala namang case as long as di pa lapsed ang lease time ng ip)


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almost 2years na kong walang practice sa portforwarding ng DVR/NVRs hehe di ko na maimagine..

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #8 on: April 04, 2012, 07:02:20 AM »
Yung port forwarding, naka depende sa ISP. Minsan naka blobk nga ang mga ports (gaya sa amin) o kaya naman shared ang public IP (Smart Bro). Karamihan ng DSL naman ay pwede ang port forwarding. Ganto dapat sis port forwarding rule mo:

- Alamin mo sa side ng DVR kung anong port ang ginagamit. Kadalasan naman yung web interface ng DVR mo ay nasa port 80 din dahil iyan ang default port ng http server.
- Ang gateway ng DVR mo dapat ay yung LAN ip address ng router mo. Usually 192.168.0.1 and default nito. Madalas ito na rin ang DNS server ng mga computer sa likod ng router.
- Sa router side mo naman, kagaya ng nasabi mo, ang default port ng dvr ay 34567 so sa virtual server config pwedeng ito ang ilagay mo. StartPort-EndPort = 34567, ToIPAddress=ip ng DVR, Protocol=TCP, Check Enable
- then access mo yung public ip ng router, http://public.ip.ng.router:34567

See if it works

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #9 on: April 04, 2012, 02:52:10 PM »
tested open ports just right now sa PLDT DSL, wala pa ring open ports. :D pwede ka rin namang mag-request ng fixed IP plans, most probably kapag ganyan papayag silang mag-open ng port.
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #10 on: April 04, 2012, 03:36:09 PM »
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #11 on: April 04, 2012, 03:44:01 PM »
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #12 on: April 04, 2012, 05:43:12 PM »
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #13 on: April 04, 2012, 08:06:27 PM »
tested open ports just right now sa PLDT DSL, wala pa ring open ports. :D pwede ka rin namang mag-request ng fixed IP plans, most probably kapag ganyan papayag silang mag-open ng port.

yun lang.. XD try nyo pa po sir sa ibang service provider...

try this one.. sana makatulong..
http://portforward.com/help/portcheck.htm

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #14 on: April 05, 2012, 07:02:51 AM »
You can access the log-in page ng mga network attached storage (NAS) ko using these links:

PLDT MyDSL: http://112.204.129.218:8082/web/login.asp

Globe DSL: http://180.191.85.140:8086/static/index.html

Dynamic IP address sila and so pwede mag-bago in a few days. But my point is it's really possible with PLDT and Globe DSL to remotely access your devices.

In both cases, my setups are:

DSL MODEM (set to bridged mode) -> ROUTER -> NAS

Here is a sample port forwarding setup on my Tomato router.

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #15 on: April 05, 2012, 10:40:56 PM »
Yung port forwarding, naka depende sa ISP. Minsan naka blobk nga ang mga ports (gaya sa amin) o kaya naman shared ang public IP (Smart Bro). Karamihan ng DSL naman ay pwede ang port forwarding. Ganto dapat sis port forwarding rule mo:

- Alamin mo sa side ng DVR kung anong port ang ginagamit. Kadalasan naman yung web interface ng DVR mo ay nasa port 80 din dahil iyan ang default port ng http server.
- Ang gateway ng DVR mo dapat ay yung LAN ip address ng router mo. Usually 192.168.0.1 and default nito. Madalas ito na rin ang DNS server ng mga computer sa likod ng router.
- Sa router side mo naman, kagaya ng nasabi mo, ang default port ng dvr ay 34567 so sa virtual server config pwedeng ito ang ilagay mo. StartPort-EndPort = 34567, ToIPAddress=ip ng DVR, Protocol=TCP, Check Enable
- then access mo yung public ip ng router, http://public.ip.ng.router:34567

See if it works

slamat sa advice sis i also  try this one but no luck parin

You can access the log-in page ng mga network attached storage (NAS) ko using these links:

PLDT MyDSL: http://112.204.129.218:8082/web/login.asp

Globe DSL: http://180.191.85.140:8086/static/index.html

Dynamic IP address sila and so pwede mag-bago in a few days. But my point is it's really possible with PLDT and Globe DSL to remotely access your devices.

In both cases, my setups are:

DSL MODEM (set to bridged mode) -> ROUTER -> NAS

Here is a sample port forwarding setup on my Tomato router.



ito ang hindi ko pa nagawa ang e bridge mode yong dsl modem ko...

salamt uli tita

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #16 on: April 05, 2012, 11:18:46 PM »
Ooops, yes, naiwala ko sa equation yung router behind DSL modem. Yung mga bagong DSL modems, specially PLDT ay me built in router. In effect, pag me router ka pa sa likod nya, yung DVR mo ay nasa likod ng dalawang router. Yung port forwarding mo sa Tenda ay hindi makikita yung incoming traffic na natatangap ng DSL modem kung saan nandun ang public IP mo. I bridge mo na yan, iyan lang ang solution dyan :)

BTW, pag nag bridge ka ng modem, kopyahin mo muna mga config ng modem, specially username at password. Kasi once na bridge na sya, yung tenda router mo na ang maga-act as DSL modem. Kung meron namang port forwarding at firewall yung DSL modem, dun mo na lang i-configure at yung tenda na lang ang naka-bridge :)

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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #17 on: April 06, 2012, 04:21:43 AM »
Yes, most ISPs except kay PLDT have their modems in router mode. Ganun ang Globe ko. Double NATed ka if you attach a second router. You then have forward ports on both routers. It's messy. I have to get a different DSL modem, kasi the default Globe modem does not allow bridging unless I flash it with different firmware. Mura lang naman ang DSL modems sa CDRKing.

In fact I am not using the original modems for both Globe and PLDT. Kahit kay PLDT, I am using a CDRKing modem but for a different reason.

BTW, hindi na accessible si Globe because I got disconnected kanina. The IP address has changed. I am using DDNS to access it even if the IP address changes.
 
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #18 on: April 08, 2012, 08:49:41 PM »
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Re: port forwarding for cctv
« Reply #19 on: November 11, 2012, 11:54:42 AM »
Sir up ko lang po ito...

mukhang mga experts kayo at sana maresolve problem ko

May ibang way pa ba para mapagana ko ito?

i tried with my TPLINK router to have DDNS service with NO-IP.com
and nag set ako ng port forwarding inside my TPLINK

The configuration is successful and was able to access it within my network. Pero pag nasa labas na ako hindi na naaaccess :(
PLDT DSL dynamic IP plan 1MBPS

tried ko na yung canyouseeme saka ibang port checker. Timedout or error yung port ng ISP lahat ng itry ko block wala ako makitang open port.

ibig ba sabihin may mali sa configiruation ko or hindi talaga pwede yung remote IP cam viewing ko with IP cameras.

Any help, sana maaccess ko siya with Router only ng hindi na kailangan ng PC setup.

Internet > PLDT P600 zyxel > TPLINK n740

Nagtesting lang muna ako iport forward sa TPLINK ko, di ko maaccess sa labas eh, pero pag nasa network ko ako okey naman..
non techie po ako. saka ano yung bridge mode? will it work kaya.?

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