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How to connect to my CCTV via the internet.

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I got a CCTV viewer / recorder connected to my network, i can view it by simple going to 192.168.1.10. How can I view it outside my network using my static ip given to me by my ISP?
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port forward port 80 from wan to port 192.168.1.10 lan now try http;//yourpublicip/
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It worked perfect but can I use any other port than 80?
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