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How can I remotely view these security cameras with this information?

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How can I remotely view these security cameras with this information?

I want to remotely watch another property we have with an old camera setup that we haven't used in a while. The security cameras work and it's connected to the Internet (and router) but no computer. The DVR itself is built into the monitor. The settings I have are: IP address, subnet mask, gateway, service port, protocol, http port, max connection, NTP, and then under I have: host name, server ip, port, username and password. I also have two boxes DDNS and enable PPPoE.

How can I remotely connect to this?

I want to remotely view on a PC and on iOS.
I am not sure if ports are forwarded on the router as someone previously set the camera system up.

Thanks!
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Why don't you check with a local CCTV camera expert. It's hard to explain the entire setup process in writing. Or you can check the manufacturer's manual for installation guide.
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Cmon rfd geniuses I know you're out there :)
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Can you enter the remote camera IP address:port number in your web browser to view its web interface? If so, you can view it that way or use any number of remote camera monitor apps to view it. If not, you need to figure out why not before you can get anywhere.
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Im guessing you have an analog system with IP for computer viewing.
It's hard to get you an app without knowing the brand, or at least the view of the interface.

Can you take a screenshot of the web interface? I see it has HTTP port, so it has a WebGUI. You can access with any computer connected to the same router physically or wirelessly. Once you get that going, then we can start talking about port forwarding, and apps etc.
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EPcjay wrote: Im guessing you have an analog system with IP for computer viewing.
It's hard to get you an app without knowing the brand, or at least the view of the interface.

Can you take a screenshot of the web interface? I see it has HTTP port, so it has a WebGUI. You can access with any computer connected to the same router physically or wirelessly. Once you get that going, then we can start talking about port forwarding, and apps etc.
Thanks! Yeah I will upload the interface (I took a picture) when I get home.
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EPcjay wrote: Im guessing you have an analog system with IP for computer viewing.
It's hard to get you an app without knowing the brand, or at least the view of the interface.

Can you take a screenshot of the web interface? I see it has HTTP port, so it has a WebGUI. You can access with any computer connected to the same router physically or wirelessly. Once you get that going, then we can start talking about port forwarding, and apps etc.
If I remember correctly, it may be called Eagleeye Networks

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