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*SOLVED* IP camera TV-IP110W port forward DD-WRT & ZyXELport forward DD-WRT & ZyXEL

MrTickle 630 90 March 2, 2012 at 10:30 AM in Tech & Electronics (6)
Had time warner cable, and everything worked well...

TV-IP110w wireless Trendnet camera, ran it through a Netgear router with DD-WRT firmware.

just added Fiber internet through Cincinnati Bell, and they make it mandatory to have a ZyXEL wireless/router. My port forwarding does not work any more with my camera, and I am told through my IP Cincinnati Bell does not let anyone open port 80 on their network.

Anyone have any ideas on how I can continue to view my IP camera from outside my network?

i am quick to respond and try things, as I am at a complete loss on what to do

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Yea, thats the place (change our company names so many times, hard to keep track)

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you work at G P?
any chance you have checked the camera setup each time with other connection? like your phone
that'd be a smart idea, ill start doing it now... i mean, pretty easy to try it
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(using camera app on phone, that works in house) tried doing it from 3g to port 9090 i had setup, still nothing...

when i try port 80 i get this:
connecting error HTTP error 504

When i try the port i have forwarded (9090):
Connecting error, connection failed

that tell me anything?

i think we might have something if i can figure out the firewall thing (picture firewall3)

this setup do anything? (i changed my outside port to 11040)
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Last edited by MrTickle March 4, 2012 at 12:55 PM
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not sure why, i have trouble using my machine to connect to my own ip trying to view my camera.
i use to work there and left in 97. i was a slitter among all the other jobs on 2nd floor.
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not sure why, i have trouble using my machine to connect to my own ip trying to view my camera.
i use to work there and left in 97. i was a slitter among all the other jobs on 2nd floor.
slitter huh I wouldn't have pegged you for that now (not knowing much accept you understand computers and that job seems pretty boring for 12 hour shifts!)

i'm at a loss, i hate to give up on this, i mean, i dont know how close i am to getting this. it works like a charm on my own network.... grrrr
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reinstalling mine
on mine. in the service list i have predefined services to choose. one is world wide web. any chance that is listed in yours?
i kinda see why they said 80 is closed but on zoomtown they could care less. now there is fiber i think your up speed is 2? 10/2 or is it 10/1 and 20/2
if you do have that service for www enable it and choose the camera if you get a drop down list or add the ip. make sure camera is port 80
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reinstalling mine
on mine. in the service list i have predefined services to choose. one is world wide web. any chance that is listed in yours?
i kinda see why they said 80 is closed but on zoomtown they could care less. now there is fiber i think your up speed is 2? 10/2 or is it 10/1 and 20/2
if you do have that service for www enable it and choose the camera if you get a drop down list or add the ip. make sure camera is port 80
where is service list? i have attached service page and application config... or are you talking about the camera?

and i think i am getting 20/2, thats what my speedtest shows
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Last edited by MrTickle March 4, 2012 at 12:54 PM
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can you check wan in the service list? and in the drop down there is a www. click and enable it and add the camera to it

wan on the http
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can you check wan in the service list? and in the drop down there is a www. click and enable it and add the camera to it

wan on the http
didnt see any difference Frown

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go back through this post and delete your ip or the pics or edit them. no need for camera hacks
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go back through this post and delete your ip or the pics or edit them. no need for camera hacks
Meh, if your dsl is anything like mine the wan ip changes pretty frequently. Not a bad idea though but the ip address was quoted in another users post. I don't think there was anything worth deleting in the pictures.

I know that the services list (as in serviceslist1.jpg) came with 443 standard for the https connection to access remote admin on the gateway. Your ISP is guaranteed to block that port. Change it as I suggested and test if you can access that. I realize this does nothing to help with the camera, but the idea was to test if other inbound connections will work.

The firewall config looks better now. I'm starting to run out of ideas, but I imagine it's some stupid little overlooked setting buried on a page that doesn't seem worth checking. Have you tried restarting the gateway?

While it should be possible to make this work through the ZyXel, I think you could probably pull off bridging if you wanted to. You just need to be prepared for the possibility of loss of internet access and be ready to restore the previous settings.
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go back through this post and delete your ip or the pics or edit them. no need for camera hacks
Thanks again for the help

***Solved****
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What was the problem / solution? I'll assume you got some help in person or through a remote control platform. Glad you got it working.

You should change the thread title to denote it's solved (edit first post, go advanced).
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What was the problem / solution? I'll assume you got some help in person or through a remote control platform. Glad you got it working.

You should change the thread title to denote it's solved (edit first post, go advanced).
thanks for all the help for all that gave me support

Solution seemed to be VDSL_DEFAULT and not ADSL_DEFAULT when doing the port forwarding, since i am not sure what either are, that might of lead to the why. that seemed to be the biggest part of the solution
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Very-high-bit-rate digital subscriber line
the fiber makes it possible.

Running a Web Server from your living room? Use remote access such as Remote Administrator or PC Anywhere? Then you're going to need a Static IP Address.
right from the fioptics page
cincinnati bell really doesnt care what you do.
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