Solved Connecting DVR to LAN and web

March 8, 2013 at 02:20:59
Specs: Windows 7, 1.8Gig- 1 Gig DDR RA
Hi,

I have a NBN304 router ADSL (TPG) with the gateway 192.168.1.1 and LAN from 192.168.1.2

I have a static Internet address and 2 PC on the LAN with fixed IPs and a Samsung TV wireless. They all work fine.

Now I just bought a DVR for security and I am trying to set it up to send images to the net. The manual leaves a lot to be desired and it is hard to make head nor tail of it.

I can get into the DVR directly to it's setup program but i am not sure what to enter in the network and mobile option fields.

I have it set at..

TYPE DHCP
MEDIA PORT 0900 This is DVR default
WEB PORT 00080 This is DVR default

DNS 192.168.001.001
IP ADDR 192.168.001.013
AUTO DNS 192.168.001.001

UPNP ON

DDNS Settings are all blank

The Mobile Area says

Mobile network 3G This is DVR default
Mobile Port 00100 This is DVR default

I am with Telstra Mobile

Where am I going wrong please?

oz


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March 13, 2013 at 01:58:55
Hi again,

Well I have it working now on my mobile devices via the web, still not in the area where the router is, however out of range from it.

It seems like it was two things as I can't see anything else that changed.

I contacted the retailer who directed me to a video on their site.

It said to enter 98 to 101 in the router forwarder not the default 100.

I did that too.

Then it said the download another free app This one called KMEYE. There are a few with a similar name but it had to be exactly this spelling. It does work with up to 16 cams but only shows one at a time. It is really good and works with iPad and iPhone.

Anyway I did that.. and it hasn't stop working on demand ever since so,

maybe the port changes from 98 to 101 or maybe none of the free apps worked with my DVR except this one.

Anyway.. done !

Many thanks for the help.

oz :-)



#1
March 8, 2013 at 04:17:23
It might not like the zeros. 192.168.1.1 NOT 192.168.001.001

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#2
March 8, 2013 at 08:23:36
Without knowing the page setup of the router & the DVR it's kind of difficult to give you exact information. But Try this YOUTUBE video, it seems to cover much of what you should need
You can also search more Youtube videos with pretty much the same search words
"How To Setup Your DVR For Remote View (Step By Step)"
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ks8...
Good Luck
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#3
March 8, 2013 at 15:49:34
Hi, Thank you for the replies.

Unfortunately the DVR doesn't allow to get rid of the extra 0's so will have to live with this.

I am going to watch the YouTube now but here are my figues..

The Router first.

Router NB304 DSL

LAN IPv4 192.168.1.1
Gateway ppp0
Primary DNS 201.12.160.35
Sec DNS 201.12.160.36

UPnP is enables

Virtual Servers so far
Shoutcast 8000-8001 192.168.1.10
Various skypes 5337 20043 34053
Http 80:306 80-80 internal port 3306 (for radio out to web) etc

The DVR Network Panel default figures

TYPE Static
MEDIA PORT 09000
WEB PORT 00080
DNS 192.168.002.001
IP{ ADDRESS 192.168.002.234
SUBNET 255.255.255.000
GATEWAY 192.168.002.001

UPnP OFF

I am wondering whether or not I should see the DVR listed as a network device in Win XP explorer with the other boxes on the network?

Thanks for the help

oz


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#4
March 8, 2013 at 17:01:31
Okay Many thanks.

OI have it working on the LAN now but not on the web

The Network setup on the DVR is

TYPE STATIC
MEDIA PORT 09000 This is DVR default
WEB PORT 00080 This is DVR default

DNS 192.168.001.001
IP ADDR 192.168.001.013
SUB 255.255.255.000
GATEWAY 192.168.001.001

UPNP ON

DDNS Settings are all blank

The Mobile Area says

Mobile network 3G This is DVR default
Mobile Port 00100 This is DVR default

In the router the virtual server or port forward already has a 80 but I have not set one for the 9000.

The static address of the router is 123.243.196.101

That address with works fine at :8000 for my shoutcast

Thanks


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March 11, 2013 at 19:12:36
Hi,

Well as an update..

I do have it working on the LAN 192.168 etc and sometimes on the web. 123.243 etc

It seems that it does ONLY work with Active X so I am stuck with IE.

I noticed that the DVR login did not come nup and it was just blank until one day a 'Save' panel came up with the unsigned script from Shenshem Giec Electronics. It was DVROCX_CAB.

Once that was saved and run I am able to get to the web although it does not worl all the time.

It is quite frustrating because when i want it to work on demand it doesn't.

Not sure why that would be as nit does work sometimes, but obnly with IE.

The mobile to phone and iPad is another thing. I have the port as default as 100.
Also sometimes this works and sometimes it doesn't.

Then when it does I only get 4 of the 8 cams.

Would like as explanation for the if anyone knows.

Thanks


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#6
March 12, 2013 at 00:59:15
http://www.avoiderrors.net/dvrocx-c...

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March 13, 2013 at 01:58:55
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Hi again,

Well I have it working now on my mobile devices via the web, still not in the area where the router is, however out of range from it.

It seems like it was two things as I can't see anything else that changed.

I contacted the retailer who directed me to a video on their site.

It said to enter 98 to 101 in the router forwarder not the default 100.

I did that too.

Then it said the download another free app This one called KMEYE. There are a few with a similar name but it had to be exactly this spelling. It does work with up to 16 cams but only shows one at a time. It is really good and works with iPad and iPhone.

Anyway I did that.. and it hasn't stop working on demand ever since so,

maybe the port changes from 98 to 101 or maybe none of the free apps worked with my DVR except this one.

Anyway.. done !

Many thanks for the help.

oz :-)


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