Re: Linksys Compact Wireless G Internet Video Camera can't access it over the net - need help from someone who does
- From: "DanR" <dhr22@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Thu, 01 Jun 2006 13:04:22 GMT
Jeff Liebermann wrote:
googlegroup2006@xxxxxxxxx hath wroth:
while i was simulating the net I used my old dialup provider to stay
online. new IP is now 220.127.116.11 after resetting with Wild blue
Doesn't work. I can't get anything on port 8080 or 2269 at that IP.
(it's midnight in California). I can ping it successfully. I'm out
of great ideas. It appears that WildBlue is doing something to
Yes I have a 70.xx.xx.xxx address as shown above so at least that
seems to not be th problem.
OK. It's a modem, not a router. So much for that guess(tm).
If get to the point of remote Pc will do this. I have no expertise
on the DDNS side I am pure software side.
DDNS *is* pure software. No hardware required.
so I looked at dyndns quickly
and it looks straight forward probably need to get a good network
book on dynamic dns and learn how. any suggestions.
Book? Whazzat? I read on the internet. Well, I do read various
IEEE proceedings but that doesn't count. Anyway, see:
I assume it is along the
same lines as what I was trying to do with Linksys. setup a name and
have it point to the address and forwarded port that i assign the
Yep. That's what DDNS is for.
One last note Wlidblue says they don't blcok ports but that they do
not support streaming video due to bandwidth useage. he would not
elaborate but is it possible that they detect the stream and
selective block it or that possible.
Well, not supported is quite different for not working. Not
supported just means that WildBlue isn't going to do anything to
help make it work or answer your questions about how to make
streaming video work. However, considering the extremely slow speed
of your WildBlue uplink, I don't think you're going to like the
performance once you get it working.
Jeff performance is not the objective here the ability to remotely
monitor a particular location is even if the object was only updated
evey minute that would not be a big issue. so considering you can not
see into the ports and linksys ddns never was successful what do you
think the chance are for the above to work. as I stated all I need to
see is the location and updates of 30 to 60 seconds or slow streaming
will be ok.
thank you for all the time and help on this challenge.
Jeff Liebermann jeffl@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
150 Felker St #D http://www.LearnByDestroying.com
Santa Cruz CA 95060 http://802.11junk.com
Skype: JeffLiebermann AE6KS 831-336-2558
Maybe you know this, maybe not. The Linksys camera only streams when someone
connects remotely. Otherwise it just sits there. So bandwidth usage only
occurs when someone is watching.
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