PICO STATION M2 HP WIRELESS ACCESS POINT

This is complicated. (To me at least). I have the following setup: One Linksys router with the wireless turned off. On top of that is a Linksys switch to give me more connections. Plugged into the router's INTERNET connection is my signal from my isp. Also plugged into the router is a Ubiquiti PicoStation M2 High Power Access point. Everything is operating fine. UNTIL I tried to hook up an Everfocus EDR920 video surveillance system. Trying to make this as short as possible, the DVR tech said I MUST somehow re-route ports 81, 1600 and 37260-37263 to port 81 on the router. By what he had me do, he came to the conclusion that this wireless ap probably has this capability. I don't know. I DO see, while in the ap setup that it has ONE line for port forwarding. But I have three addresses to forward. How do I put this together?? I can send screen shots of everything I am looking at if needed.
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convergintConnect With a Mentor Commented:
I'm a little confused, what does the AP have to do with the Everfocus DVR?  From what I can tell, the Everfocus is not wireless and not connected to the Ubiquiti?

The Everfocus should be connected to either the router's LAN port or the Linksys switch.  Then you use the port forwarding on the Linksys router to forward those ports to the DVR's IP address.
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Need-a-ClueRESEARCHERAuthor Commented:
When I spoke to the dvr tech, he said that when he tried to access my dvr remotely that all he was getting was the ip address of my Ubiquiti for some reason. The Everfocus IS connected to a lan port on my router. To date, I have not been able to transmit the video OR see it on my computer's screen. I do have a separate screen devoted to the dvr. It is working fine. I DO have 2 of the 3 ports forwarded ( I think ) but one port (80) is a conflict. So, he changed it on the dvr to 81. What I am having a great amount of difficulty with is how to put all the into a working system. Sorry that I am not more on the ball with this, but  that is what great Experts are for. :)
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Need-a-ClueRESEARCHERAuthor Commented:
Dear Moderator, kindly cancel this question. I have decided to replace this unit with a new one that is much easier to configure.
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Need-a-ClueRESEARCHERAuthor Commented:
Dear Expert. Thanks so much for your time and expertise. I decided to end the problem by purchasing an up to date new system that hooks up easily to the network I have. I am sorry for the late reply. Health problems prevented quicker action on this. Again, THANKS!
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