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Standard User millar_keith
(newbie) Thu 29-May-14 22:40:04
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BT Fibre Router for CCTV


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I have CCTV installed at home want to be able to view the cameras via my smartphone, but need the IP address for the BT router. I'm with EE as my ISP and I've already been able to set port forwarding on the BrightBox, but need to do the same with the BT router
Has anyone done this or know anything this?

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Keith
Standard User smouty
(regular) Fri 30-May-14 12:01:18
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Re: BT Fibre Router for CCTV


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There is an option to set a dynamic DNS provider (DDNS) in the homehub so you can easily access your network from the internet.
I use No-IP which you have to verify via email every month but it is free.

The standard internal IP of the router is 192.168.1.254

Edited by smouty (Fri 30-May-14 12:05:20)

Standard User Michael_Chare
(experienced) Fri 30-May-14 12:36:32
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Re: BT Fibre Router for CCTV


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I use No-IP. The DNS is checked several times per day. I have not had to send an email verification. The free a/c is a bit over 1 year old (IIRC)

Michael Chare


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