We can keep an eye on the property over the Internet. Follow the following online CCTV settings steps. You can see CCTV over the Internet from anywhere and anytime.
At this stage, your camera can only be accessed within your local network, in the same building. The real beauty of CCTV over the internet is that you can view your property from anywhere in the world, but as it stands, if you key the address of the camera to the web browser on the computer somewhere else, the router firewall will block incoming requests and you will get ” Not found “message. Port forwarding, sometimes known as a virtual server, is a way to ask the router to send and so on requests that go to the camera instead of blocking it. Well, if you are confused by the way cctv online settings, just Contact us we will help you to setting it.
When setting up CCTV online On your PC you need to open your router administration page to set up port forwarding. Here you will usually find a table with something like the following items that you will need to include:
* LAN IP address (LAN camera or Local Area Network means your home network.)
* Incoming WAN port Number (WAN or Wide Network Area means internet)
* Destination LAN Number of Ports (camera)
You can only choose a specific port number – something just above 8000 is safe, say 8150. In some routers, there is no option to set the destination port, in which case the camera’s internal port must be the same as the WAN port. In our example this would mean changing the camera configuration so the port is 8150 to match the WAN port instead of the default 80. After you type the details into the router, you will need to know your WAN or internet IP address. You will find this in the status or the DSL screen in the administration page of your router. I would assume for this article that the IP address is static (does not change from time to time). Be careful to search internet IP addresses and not a local one that starts at 192,168.