Cisco SG200-50 P switch port forwarding

Hi Experts,

I need to view my IP camera (http://www.vstarcam.com/T7838WIP-AR-Alarm-IP-Camera-95.html) on the internet.

My network diagram is attached.

I understand Cisco SG200-50 can't do port forwarding to my VStarCam IP camera.

My internet provider is only able to provide me ONLY 1 static ip on 202.55.69 which my current internet is on. They are not able to provide me more than 1 static ip.

Hence please advise what solution I can do for this?

Thanks
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Tomas ValentaIT ManagerCommented:
Hello,
our ISP router could be configured for port forwarding - can forward requests on one port to the one internal host and port. Ask them to do it. They need only internal IP of your camera and port number. From outside then you reach your camera by Public IP.
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Tomas ValentaIT ManagerCommented:
if you need access to more cameras then it is also possible:
On ISP router they make port forwarding several ports: for example:
202.59.65.x:100 - will be forwarded to local 192.168.0.21 (your first camera)
202.59.65.x:101 - will be forwarded to local 192.168.0.22 (your second camera)
202.59.65.x:102 - will be forwarded to local 192.168.0.23 (your third camera)
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From the Internet you put in Internet browser http://202.59.65.x:100 for access to the first camera and similar for others.
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