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Use port 80 to access port 8000

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is there any way can use in my local PC internet port 80 to access port 8000. example a web sever to link to 8000, but over my pc is using port 80. because in some location i cannot access my ip camera that port forwading is Port 8000
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Hello,

You can I do it using ssh port forwarding, but you need to have SSH server somewhere in middle. Best option is to put it in IP camera local subnet, but it can be anywhere from where you can connect to IP camera.

So typically topology looks like this:

your computer <> SSH server <> IP camera
How to do it is described here with pictures, using putty, but it can be done from any SSH client: http://www.cs.uu.nl/technical/services/ssh/putty/puttyfw.html

At the end, all you need is SSH connection to your SSH server.

Regards!
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To specify a port to use in your browser (which uses ports 80 and 443 by default), just append it to the URL with a colon.
e.g.http://mycameraip.dyndns.org:8000
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by:Barry Craig
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If I am thinking correctly,

I think what you need is a port forward.

so for port 80 when out of home will point to 8000?
it will depend on your router but it can be called a few things
NAT redirection, DMZ port triggering..
it will be in a section on your modem/ internet router

just open up port 80 point it to 8000 for the IP address that you want,
when out of home just type your Public internet address and it should redirect.
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