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Port Forwarding

Remote Access to Cameras or NVR's requires Port Forwarding to be set up. Here are some examples on commonly used routers.

Shaw Cisco DPC3825 Telus ActionTec Shaw Hitron Shaw Motorola/Arris SBG6782

   
Tomato Alternative Firmware DD-WRT Alternative Firmware    






Shaw Cisco DPC3825 Modem/Router

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Step 1: Log in using username = cusadmin and password = 9 numeric digit WIFI key found on the white sticker.


Step 3: Click the "Port Range Forwarding" tab


 

Step 4: Fill out the External and Internal Start and End Ports and the IP information, then click Save.





Telus ActionTec Modem/Router T2200H

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Step 1: Log in using username = admin and password = found on the white sticker.

Step 2: Click Firewall.

Step 3: Click Port Forwarding

Step 4: Enter the LAN IP, External Ports, Internal Ports




Make sure to input the start and end ports (see example below)


 

 

Shaw Hitron CGNM-2250

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Step 1: Log in using username = cusadmin and password = found on the white sticker.

Step 2: Click Basic



Step 3: Click Port Forwarding



Step 4: Click Add Rule



Step 5: Enter the Name, Protocol, Ports and IP and click Apply.

Repeat for each Rule.


Step 6: Click Save Changes to Apply the new rule to the router. Wait while it reboots.




 

 

Shaw Motorola/Arris SBG6782

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Step 1: Log in using username = admin and password = found on the white sticker.

Step 2: Click Advanced.

Step 3: Click Port Forwarding

Step 4: Click Create IPv4 button



Step 5: Fill out the rule and click apply. Make sure to leave External IP as 0.0.0.0



Tomato Alternative Firmware

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Tomato is an alternative firmware that can be loaded in place of factory firmware.
For example, many Linksys routers support alternative firmware.

Step 1: Log into the router with it's IP, then click Port Forwarding

Step 2: Enter the External and Internal Ports as well as the IP to forward to. ** LEAVE SRC ADDRESS EMPTY ** - This is for restricting access for only a specific external IP.




Step 3: Click Add




Step 4: Scroll down the bottom of the page and click "Save".




DD-WRT Alt Firmware

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DD-WRT is an alternative firmware that can be loaded in place of factory firmware.
For example, many Linksys routers support alternative firmware.

Step 1: Log in to router and click the NAT/QoS tab then the Port Forwarding sub-tab



Step 2: Enter the Name (can be anything) "Port from", IP address. and "Port to" ** LEAVE SOURCE NET BLANK ** Check the enable box.



Step 3: Click Add




Step 4: Click Save and Apply Settings




 

 

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