broadcast intranet webcam onto internet

I set up a web cam on my network to broadcast chickens hatching.  The computer that is broadcasting the web cam is part of our network.  I embedded the video on a web page and am able to view it from anywhere inside of our network.   I have not tested the video outside of the network yet.  I will, just need to start the broadcast.     I am guessing that the broadcast will not be visible outside of our network because I referenced the computer by ip address in the code I used to embed the broadcast. The IP address of the computer is served by dhcp in our network.  
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<object ID="MediaPlayer" WIDTH="300" HEIGHT="300" CLASSID="CLSID:22D6f312-B0F6-11D0-94AB-0080C74C7E95" STANDBY="Loading Windows Media Player components..." TYPE="application/x-oleobject" CODEBASE=",4,7,1112">
<param name="autoStart" value="True">
<param name="filename" value="">
<param NAME="ShowControls" VALUE="False">
<param NAME="ShowStatusBar" VALUE="False">
<embed TYPE="application/x-mplayer2" SRC=" NAME="MediaPlayer" WIDTH="300" HEIGHT="300" autostart="1" showcontrols="0"></embed></object>
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<!--- end PLAYER --->

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If a potential viewers web browser is reading this code from somewhere on the internet, you'll probably have to setup network address translation (NAT) for them to reach the camera.  On small office/home office routers this is sometimes referred to as "port forwarding".  If you have a SOHO router, your clients will access the camera via your routers external IP address.  In port forwarding you will need to tie an external port (such as 8080 as shown above) to the internal port your camera is listening on, 8080.  Then to access your camera, a person would enter your routers public IP with the public port in their web browser address bar such as

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