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Static IP Not Available and Dynamic IP Address Got You Down?
An internet-connected device (camera, DVR, NVR) can still be configured to be accessed from outside its local network by enabling DDNS service. ISPs commonly provide a dynamic IP address to their users. The lack of a static IP address means the user must reconfigure their device connection settings every time a new IP address is allocated, and this breaks your connection to your camera. This further means that you won’t be able to access your camera stream anymore. No need to worry
How to Get Started with Free Dynamic DNS Account?
Does your ISP only give you a dynamic IP address (one that changes from time to time and is not static)? Here are a few simple steps to follow to get yourself set up and online using No-IP’s free dynamic DNS service. No-IP doesn’t have any access to the content that you are hosting. Create an easy to remember hostname and never lose your connection again. All you need to do is to: Step 1: Create an Account !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpdesk/website/deb2683822279800/64117ecf-2
How to Enable and Setup DDNS on Camera Configuration Page?
This guide will help you set up and configure Dynamic DNS within your Hikvision Camera/DVR/NVR (Firmware 3.4.80 Build 161128) Standard Setup (Not Using Groups) !(https://storage.crisp.chat/users/helpde
How to Perform Port Forwarding on Different Router Brands?
If you are behind a router or firewall, you will need to open and forward the correct ports for the services you wish to run. This guide will take you through the steps of configuring port forwarding on a router. You will need to forward Port 554 on the router's end in order to access the camera streams from outside the network. This is a TCP and UDP type port that allows video to be accessed from the recorder using RTSP protocol. Only forward the ports that you absolutely need to use. |||
How to Find Your Default Gateway?
Launch Run Command Using Windows Search On a Windows-based computer, to access a Command Prompt, click on the Start menu button and search for CMD. Click to open. Or press the Windows Key on your keyboard while also pressing the R key. This will bring up the Run Menu