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Wannabe Geek


# 107961 23-Aug-2012 09:26
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I have just got one of these devices and they seem to be pretty good. Slightly faster than my Lynksys. 

I wonder if anyone can help. On my very new Lynksys I had assigned ports to enable me to view cameras I have in the house which are attached to a hard drive. It is a Swann system and works a treat. It enabled me to view activity when we are away from the house.

These are the only settings in the router than I needed to put in to see the cameras

external port 18004
Internal port 18004
192.168.1.107

The way the Vodafone router works is different and I can't figure it out. Its shows

spaces

Application  Protocol  Source port start Source port end  Destination IP Destination port start Destination port end

I am no expert as you can see so any help would be appreciated.

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  # 678507 28-Aug-2012 23:22
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Source port is the external. destination port is internal. If only one port then start and end will be same.




Qualified in business, certified in fibre, stuck in copper, have to keep going  ^_^



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Wannabe Geek


  # 678546 29-Aug-2012 07:53
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Thanks, it has been sorted.

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