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QSee camera images unable to be viewed remotely

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I can view my QSee camera images locally and through the VPN. When I try to connect remotely, I can see the Login page, but when I press Login, I get a message that says, "Connect failed!"
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Question by:edison04
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Have you configured port forwarding 80==>2000?  Your firewall allows port 2000?
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by:edison04
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I don't know very much about routers, but unfortunately I'm the one who has to configure it. I did not know how to do port forwarding on my Cisco RV 220W, so I took a suggestion online on how to do it through the firewall rules.
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So what have you done on your router?  Can you post the commands you used?
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by:edison04
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The config is through a GUI. These are the settings I have.

Firewall Access Control IPv4 Rules:
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From Zone: Trusted (LAN)
To Zone: WAN
Service: HTTP
Action: Always Allow
Source Hosts: Single Address
From: 192.168.100.250
Destination Hosts: Any
SNAT IP Type: WAN Interface Address
QoSPriority: Normal-Service

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From: WAN
To: LAN
Service: HTTP
Action: Always Allow
Source Hosts: Any
Send to Local Server (DNAT IP): 192.168.100.250
Port Forwarding: X Enable
Translate Port Number (DNAT Port): 80
Internet Destination: Other
Internet Destination IP: 184.180.3.175

Port Forwarding:
Local Server IP Address: 192.168.100.250 TCP Port #: 80
Local Server IP Address: 192.168.100.250 TCP Port #: 6036
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You may want to repeat the same exercise (step 2, incoming from WAN to LAN)  for ports 6036 and 2000
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You're awesome! Thanks so much :)
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