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WN2500RP - Pot forwarding?

I've been using a WNDR3700 with a few cameras. I use port forwarding to get to each camera remotely.

I just added a WN2500RP extender.

Can I connect cameras to extender? and do I need to re-establish port forwarding?

I'm a bit confused conceptually.

Thanks
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Re: WN2500RP - Pot forwarding?

whatever the IP that camera needs to be reached is not different than before.

use the IP that you can view on LAN to the camera and forwarded
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Re: WN2500RP - Port forwarding?

jmizoguchi wrote:
whatever the IP that camera needs to be reached is not different than before.

use the IP that you can view on LAN to the camera and forwarded


Thanks. So I would connect cameras to new SSID of the extender, and everything else stays the same I believe. The camera IP addresses are fixed and stay the same, the router still forwards the respective port to each cameras IP address now through the extender.

Think I got that right. Maybe I'm over thinking this.
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Re: WN2500RP - Pot forwarding?

As long as you can reach with whatever IP is the then you it's working.. and that IP is still need to forwarded
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Re: WN2500RP - Pot forwarding?

I am trying to port froward from my netgear WNDR3400v2 to WN2500RPv2 then to my computer at 192.168.1.10. I cannot find a way to forward from the WN2500RPv2 to my computer. I can only port forward with the WNDR3400v2 to the computer. But that is not working. Can either of you help? I see this is an old thread but nothing else is online to help.

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