I had a dlink wireless router and had a virtual server setup to that the external ip address of my modem pointed to an internal ip address that my dvr has 192.168.0.106. Well that wireless router crashed and I replaced it with this Linksys AC1200 and i'm now trying to setup the virtual Server on this new wireless router. I need help with this because it's not working for me. I go in the new router and click on connectivity>advanced routing and I have NAT enabled and I add a static route as follows:
route name: offivedvr
desitnation ip address : 192.168.0.106 " the dvr address"
and i'm able to ping myofficedvr.no-ip.org and get replies but i when i try to view the cameras using supercam it can't find the server.
You are missing something. What port are you setting your NAT to?
Enabling NAT is only one step for routing traffic to a specific destination.
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Hopefully this article will help someone who's had the same issues I had.
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