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2012-05-06 03:06 PM
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2012-05-07 07:05 AM
jmizoguchi wrote: if you have 10. IP then you have not setup broadband and router correctly
see router setup on my sig below
2012-05-07 07:18 AM
fordem wrote: Ahhhh - what makes you think that your router is involved in this?
You have a "webcam" app that turns your phone into a webcam, accessible by any device - my assumption would be that you're going to try to connect to the webcam via the mobile providers network (I hope you have an unlimited data plan).
I suspect the 10.x.x.x ip you are seeing is from your mobile service provider - at least - it's typical of what I would see when I mucked around with mobile data plans a while back.
You'll probablyt be better off discussing the problem with the app vendor.
My app is accessible via any network you're connected to. However, I strongly suggest to start with WiFi, because it's a network you can control.
So, here's the procedure. Your phone connects to a network. It can be WiFi, Ethernet, Mobile network or any other. When doing so, your phone acquires an address, allocated to it by a special service inside a network (in WiFi case your router does that). Then my app comes into play. When you start the streaming, my app opens a port on all addresses your phone has (usually it's only one, since Android tries to close unused connections).
Now, any computer that can "see" your address can connect to this service and remotely view the video.
Also, check that the address (it's 192.168.3.198 part of http://192.168.3.198:8080 URL) starts with 192.168. It's a private subnet (invisible from the outside) which is allocated by default by routers. If it starts with 10 or something else, chances are you're not connected to WiFi.
It's "Client isolation" you should disable, if you have this option. As the name suggests, it prevents NAT clients from "talking" to each other.
2012-05-07 10:01 AM
edoc wrote: I have 192 for everything (multiple laptops and a couple of handheld devices, e.g. ipods) except the cellphone.
Do I still need to locate and toggle "bridge mode"?
That setting would be under Basic - Wireless - Wireless Mode, in Tomato, and would be labeled "Wireless Internet Bridge"?
Also, in Port Forwarding, do I want any of these three toggled on?
2012-05-07 10:20 AM
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