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The common problem of HG8245
Port Forwarding to DVR - STC Huawei HG8245
The DVR's local IP is 192.168.100.9 , configured for port 8080.
I setup Port Mapping:
- Protocol : TCP/UDP
- External Start Port: 8080
- External end port: 8080
- Internal start port: 8080
- Internal end port: 8080
- Internal host: 192.168.100.9
I also enabled DMZ to host 192.168.100.9
When I access the DVR locally, it works perfectly (http://192.168.100.9:8080/)
When I tried to access through the internet, it doesn't work (37.105.175.xxx:8080/).
I double checked that my IP Address is correct from different websites, including yours. It's also the IP that shows in the router. Also, I tested the port on your website and it said "8080 is online and can be reached."
I just tried connecting to your internet IP you posted under and it does work bud :-)
The thing to remember is most home routers dont support reverse nat.
So that means when your on the same network as the DVR you have to use the local IP. When outside your network, like I am is when you use the internet IP.