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Wireless Internet setup


 
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JCH
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Joined: 09 Jan 2010
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Location: Mexico

PostPosted: Sat Jan 09, 2010 8:19 pm    Post subject: Wireless Internet setup Reply with quote

Hi, I am new to this and have a few questions, which I hope someone can answer.
I would like to install 2 internet accessible cameras, possibly wireless, at my small place in Mexico, and access them up in Canada when I am not down South.
(lucky me, for those of you up North in the cold)
Last year I brought cameras down, but ran into a snag, because my Internet Server's modem, 2Wire from Telmex, could not be modified to open the ports to make this happen. I had a so called expert, but he could only do it with a computer running at the camera location. This is not an option for several reasons.
Telmex is modifing the modem equipment, because they want you to buy their cameras and charge for monitoring the IP address.
My other problem is, that we have power outages and I need to have equipment to reset itself when he power comes back on, including the change of the IP, so I can access my system remotely again.
Does anybody have some ideas what the logistics are and what kind of equipment I would need to overcome my "port" problem and the automatic "reset"
Thanks,
JCH :roll:
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PostPosted: Tue Jan 12, 2010 5:41 am    Post subject: Re: Wireless Internet setup Reply with quote

JCH wrote:
Hi, I am new to this and have a few questions, which I hope someone can answer.
I would like to install 2 internet accessible cameras, possibly wireless, at my small place in Mexico, and access them up in Canada when I am not down South.
(lucky me, for those of you up North in the cold)
Last year I brought cameras down, but ran into a snag, because my Internet Server's modem, 2Wire from Telmex, could not be modified to open the ports to make this happen. I had a so called expert, but he could only do it with a computer running at the camera location. This is not an option for several reasons.
Telmex is modifing the modem equipment, because they want you to buy their cameras and charge for monitoring the IP address.
My other problem is, that we have power outages and I need to have equipment to reset itself when he power comes back on, including the change of the IP, so I can access my system remotely again.
Does anybody have some ideas what the logistics are and what kind of equipment I would need to overcome my "port" problem and the automatic "reset"
Thanks,
JCH Rolling Eyes


Regarding your modern, I am not sure what the problem are. But there should not be a problem with release a port for your IP Cameras from a modern. If there is something wrong with the modern, I suggest that you change to a new modern. And I am not sure why you need to revise the IP address all the time. If it is an ip camera, each one will be bond with a DDNS. With this DDNS, you will be able to login into your IP Camera to moniter. And if the IP Cameras is on, even though the power will be cut off sometimes, it will reset again when power is on all by itself. There should not be such problems. I suggest that you provide more detail about your cameras.
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juliarichards16
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Joined: 12 Mar 2010
Posts: 5
Location: CA

PostPosted: Fri Mar 12, 2010 7:59 am    Post subject: Re: Wireless Internet setup Reply with quote

ipcamerafun wrote:
JCH wrote:
Hi, I am new to this and have a few questions, which I hope someone can answer.
I would like to install 2 internet accessible cameras, possibly wireless, at my small place in Mexico, and access them up in Canada when I am not down South.
(lucky me, for those of you up North in the cold)
Last year I brought cameras down, but ran into a snag, because my Internet Server's modem, 2Wire from Telmex, could not be modified to open the ports to make this happen. I had a so called expert, but he could only do it with a computer running at the camera location. This is not an option for several reasons.
Telmex is modifing the modem equipment, because they want you to buy their cameras and charge for monitoring the IP address.
My other problem is, that we have power outages and I need to have equipment to reset itself when he power comes back on, including the change of the IP, so I can access my system remotely again.
Does anybody have some ideas what the logistics are and what kind of equipment I would need to overcome my "port" problem and the automatic "reset"
Thanks,
JCH Rolling Eyes


Regarding your modern, I am not sure what the problem are. But there should not be a problem with release a port for your IP Cameras from a modern. If there is something wrong with the modern, I suggest that you change to a new modern. And I am not sure why you need to revise the IP address all the time. If it is an ip camera, each one will be bond with a DDNS. With this DDNS, you will be able to login into your IP Camera to moniter. And if the IP Cameras is on, even though the power will be cut off sometimes, it will reset again when power is on all by itself. There should not be such problems. I suggest that you provide more detail about your cameras.


I guess you are right. To the thread starter, can you please provide more info? Or better yet we have to go to the product manuacturer's website Laughing
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