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# 20391 25-Mar-2008 10:01
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Hi all, newbie here with a headache! I'm running a CCTV program with a DVR card on my PC (AMD 64 3200+ with 1gb ram and 256mb nvidia graphx). This is connected directly to a Sitecom DC202v5 router which in turn is connected to the Sky/Netgear DG834GT modem. Neither mine or the other 3 PC's in the house are wireless enabled and the 2 pc's downstairs are connected to the Sitecom to save a cat5 cable run. Now I need to configure my 2 routers to forward a port to my CCTV software (i-Catcher Console) and I'm about 30 seconds from throwing the toys out of the pram!

Any help greatly appreciated.

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  # 118502 25-Mar-2008 11:44
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Goto www.portforward.com.

Choose the brand of router you use from the list.  Follow their instructions on how to set up port forwarding.

Job's done :)

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  # 118504 25-Mar-2008 12:08
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DG834GT port forward rule forwards to WAN interface (static ip) on Sitecom. Sitecom forwards to PC (static ip).




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