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Foscam Port Forwarding on D-Link Router – YouTube

This setup is using a Foscam FI8918W and a D-Link DIR-655 Router. Explain step-by-step procedure to port forward on one camera. IP Camera Tool Download …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29dvb3xwJec

Foscam Forum • View topic – IP Camera Tools Software Download

I have ordered a camera from Foscam but do not have the camera yet. … About IP Camera Tool and right click gives the tool version

Original Source: http://foscam.us/forum/ip-camera-tools-software-download-t4469.html

Amazon.com: Foscam FI9821W Indoor Pan/Tilt H.264 720p Wireless IP …

Amazon.com: Foscam FI9821W Indoor Pan/Tilt H.264 720p Wireless IP Camera, 1/4″ Color CMOS Sensor, F: 2.8mm F:2.4 (IR Lens), IEEE 802.11b/g/n Wireless Connectivity …

Original Source: http://www.amazon.com/Foscam-FI9821W-Indoor-Wireless-Camera/dp/B00AJWK5WW

How to setup a Foscam Wireless IP Camera – YouTube

This is the Foscam FI8918W and today I’m going to show you how to setup and get the wireless part of your Foscam working. IP Camera Tool Download: ftp …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w76PK5lGjmo

Foscam Port Forwarding on D-Link Router – YouTube

This setup is using a Foscam FI8918W and a D-Link DIR-655 Router. Explain step-by-step procedure to port forward on one camera. IP Camera Tool Download …

Original Source: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=29dvb3xwJec


Foscam ip Camera: Setup IP Camera Record on Motion and Send Email

http://www.InternetCameraHelpVault.com – Video Tutorial on how to setup your Foscam security ip camera to record on motion detection. Easy to follow instruct…


Q&A:

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)

Scott asked Is this the way to remote access my ip camera?

I will set up in my E3000 router for port forwarding 80 with the ip address of the foscam fi8918w ipcamera . From there I just enter my name & pw.

Is that alll I need to do?

So I just put in the address line 192.xx.xx.xxx from a remote browser to access?

If I change the port to 8000, then the address shoud be 192.xx.xx.xxx:8000 ? More steps?

thanks

And got the following answer:

Your remote browser connects to whatever Ip shows up (from you home system) at:
http://www.whatismyip.com/tools/ip-whois-lookup.asp

Local browsers just connect to the Ip the camera is at, with whatever port you define…

You can specify any port in a URL by appending the :8000 or whatever you use. (:80 is default, you can pick whatever they want to use)