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Old 06-04-2013, 09:40 AM   #1
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i have a wansview ncb543 ip camera,which i think is wireless. I have access to camera and am able to view. My dilema is setting up camera to be wireless once the wifi router has detected it. As well as being able to view camera from an outside location. i believe it involves port forwarding ,which i have no knowledge on how to do. I have a comcast modem dpc3000,which ties to a us robotics wifi router model usr5461 maxg router.I use google chrome to access both router and ip camera. Ip camera is set Any help would be appreciated
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The is that a static IP or is the camera using DHCP?
It needs to be a static IP.

200 is the port the camera uses is that correct?

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