router with no firewall

January 28, 2013 at 15:53:23
Specs: Windows 7
I know this issue was discussed in 2005 but my problem is more complex. We live in Las Vegas and have a cabin in Utah. We have Hughes Net since we are remote and have a security camera system that e-mails when there is motion. We are trying to capture a convicted felon that breaks into cabins while the owners are gone. My Cisco router keeps putting up a firewall, even when I have it marked "no firewall". Once this goes up, I have no way to access the cameras and the e-mails stop coming through. The drive is 4 hours in summer and 6 hours in winter due to snow. Can you recommend a router with NO firewall?

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#1
January 28, 2013 at 17:23:39
I don't see why emails would stop. What type of surveillance system is it? How is it connected to the PC or the net? What model Cisco do you have? Are you using RDP to access the computer? Don't forget that Windows firewall may have to be told to let it through.

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January 28, 2013 at 20:01:13
The system is a Samsung. It is a DVR connected to the router which is connected to the internet. There is no computer and no operating system. I am not at the cabin so I do not know the model number of the router. With the router putting up a firewall, it stops everything going out or coming in.

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#3
January 28, 2013 at 20:47:32
877-213-1222 Samsung support

800-326-7114 Cisco support

Samsung will probably tell you it's a Cisco problem & Cisco might say that you need a PC with an operating system. If you have remote access enabled on the router & the IP address, you should be able to open the web interface on the router & reset the settings from home.

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