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Network IP Addressing
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I really need some help accessing a webcam at home from another network. Is this "camstreams" and where do ports 80 or 8080 fit in? I don't think I'm alone in this struggle. I've tried both an Edimax and EasyN FS wireless weans. Both manufacturers have very poor installation manuals and quirky software. Thanks Bobby
Thank you for the explanation. While the actual act of setting IPs is easy to find out, many tutorials fail to answer the question - 'why?' Yours is the first explanation that adequately answered this question for me
i have windows server 2008 installed in a computer where sql server 2005 installed. i have a static ip. how can i connect an application package from different machine to this pc. in the connection string i have given the static ip
I get all this, the final question I have is setting up the router when I have a registered domain being hosted (by godaddy.com maybe). Do I uses GODADDY's DNS servers, or the ISP's DNS servers?
Those two things are unrelated... You domain's IP and your home Internet IP. For your home router you set it up following you ISPs instructions. And don't try to use your domain's IP address on your router. Unless you don't want an Internet connection, that is!
How can I link my IP camera on my website through static IP
There is this VPN provider am using but later ban my country from using their service, the question here is how am I going to change my dynamic ip address so that their server will not detect my country so that I will continue to use their service?
I have domain registered at godaddy xyz.com and domain controller at my home on server dc.xyz.com where do I assign static ip.
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