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D7000v2 Port forwarding ip camera not working

Arinne
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D7000v2 Port forwarding ip camera not working

I have been having trouble trying to get this working for months I have always been able to acess my ip cameras (static internal ip) from external ip until I got this modem/router. I CAN access my D7000v2 modem/router from external ip, so my DDNS is working fine, I just can not get my ip cameras 192.168.0.199 on port 80 outside my router (they are acessible at this ip within LAN) I have tried to set this up using port ftriggering/port forward option in settings, even placing the internal ip in DMZ has not worked. I have the latest firmware, cheers.

Model: D7000|Nighthawk AC1900 VDSL/ADSL Modem Router
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antinode
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Re: D7000v2 Port forwarding ip camera not working

> [...] my ip cameras [...]

   Not a very detailed description of anything.

> [...] I CAN access my D7000v2 modem/router from external ip, so my
> DDNS is working fine, [...]

   You mean Remote Managment?  (Which port is used for that?)

> [...] I just can not get my ip cameras 192.168.0.199 on port 80
> outside my router (they are acessible at this ip within LAN) [...]

   "can not" is not a useful problem description.  It does not say what
you did.  It does not say what happened when you did it.  As usual,
showing actual actions with their actual results (error messages, LED
indicators, ...) can be more helpful than vague descriptions or
interpretations.

   How do you access multiple cameras at one LAN IP address?  Is there
some DVR/controller box, or what?  How, exactly, are you trying to
access these (unspecified) "my ip cameras" from the outside world?

> [...] I have tried to set this up using port ftriggering/port forward
> option in settings, [...]

   What are the actual port-forwarding rules?  What are the internal/LAN
IP addresses of the cameras?  (Truly "static", or reserved dynamic?)
What exact URL(s) are you trying to use?  (If a public address is
involved, then you might want to report only its first two octets ("a.b"
out of "a.b.c.d").)

> [...] I have the latest firmware, [...]

   An actual version number would be more useful than your opinion of
what's "the latest" today.

   There's a known problem on the D7000v2 with NAT loopback, so if you
try to use your WAN/Internet IP address from within your LAN (which
ought to work), then you can expect it to fail on this router.  But it
should work from the outside world.

      https://community.netgear.com/t5/x/x/m-p/1641577

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Arinne
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Re: D7000v2 Port forwarding ip camera not working

why does my reply keep dissappearing?

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Arinne
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Re: D7000v2 Port forwarding ip camera not working

>I have cameras plugged into multiple dvrs connected to an IP video server which is plugged into my LAN its ip adress is truly static 192.168.0.199 port 80, I can access my cameras directly from this address in LAN.


>I have A DDNS service http://arinnex.dynu. net which does connect to my modem/routers external ip address (if you click the link it asks for my username and password for my netgear router), the service is updated using an app on my computer on the same network.
I have port forward port 80 external to port 80 internal ip: 192.168.0.199 TCP/UDP. This rule has always worked on past routers, Netgear and Dlink.


>Firmware is:V1.0.0.51_1.0.1
>There is no problem with NAT loopback as I have no problem accessing my modem/router from both my external ip address 122.151.xx.xxx and my DDNS service http://arinnex.dynu. net from within my network and outside my network. Just instead of accessing my router I want it pointing to my ip cameras @ 192.168.0.199:80. It seems port forwarding just does not work on this router.

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