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Topic # 42560 7-Oct-2009 05:45
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Hi

I am trying to access 2 IP Wbcams through a WAG54GP2.

Each camera has a built in webserver and separate IP address (192.168.1.180 and 181). Ports and IP address's are correctly entered and I can see either camera by setting the HTTP under single port forwarding to the specific cameras IP address as below. This method means I can only see the camera at 180. Any ideas how I can set the router so that I can get at either from outside the LAN?

Cheers

Edit: Might need practice on putting images in posts as well.





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  Reply # 261924 7-Oct-2009 07:39
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You really need to configure them on different ports and port forward both of these.

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  Reply # 261928 7-Oct-2009 07:50
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Since the cameras are on different IP's, its easy - setup the first one as you have.
So port 80 on IP 180 internally - externally youd goto http://yourispip:80
Then for the second one :
Internal : 80 External : 81 (or whatever you like) IP : 181
http://yourispip:81

Or does the Linksys only allow you one HTTP redirect/forward ? (I use 3com...)




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  Reply # 261933 7-Oct-2009 08:01
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xpd: Since the cameras are on different IP's, its easy - setup the first one as you have.
So port 80 on IP 180 internally - externally youd goto http://yourispip:80
Then for the second one :
Internal : 80 External : 81 (or whatever you like) IP : 181
http://yourispip:81

Or does the Linksys only allow you one HTTP redirect/forward ? (I use 3com...)


Ah, I was so close, thanks, I had the second IP set ext 81 and internal 81 not 80 then 81. Cheers

Will give that a go when I get home tonight.

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  Reply # 262273 7-Oct-2009 22:30
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Just be aware that it may not work, some of the badly written active-x components to access cameras will not work with the port being changed by the router, you may have to change the port on the camera server as well so that it puts the :81 in its internal links.




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  Reply # 262294 8-Oct-2009 06:16
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Yeah I tried it and it doesnt work, will try the internal port on the camera server. Thanks.

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