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Topic # 83132 11-May-2011 09:28
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I have been having some issues setting up port forwarding on the XT network, I have a Netgear MBRN3000 3G access point for use in a remote location in the South Island we have had great success with speeds etc but we have been wanting to set up a wireless ip camera for security when we are not there

The configuration at the router/camera side is correct but we can not access the router at all (from the internet) using dyndns.org or the current ip address of the modem, we have tried a range of different ports with no luck. (we can access the camera through dyndns.org, and through the current ip address from behind the router)

Dose anyone know if there are any configuration issues on the XT network that might stop this from working?

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  Reply # 467817 11-May-2011 09:31
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What APN Are you using?



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  Reply # 467818 11-May-2011 09:36
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internet.telecom.co.nz

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 467823 11-May-2011 09:44
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try the direct.telecom.co.nz



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  Reply # 467827 11-May-2011 09:51
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will do cheers!

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  Reply # 467837 11-May-2011 10:14
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internet.telecom.co.nz is firewalled and won't allow incoming connections. You have to use the direct APN. Note however you will be responsible for all traffic to your IP, including unsolicited scans, etc...




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