Port Forwarding

Setting up port forwarding in your Telekom Speedport

To access your camera through the internet you will need a port forwarding service inside your router. For more general information about the ddns access please refer to HERE.

Port Forwarding :: Telekom Speedport

This is the 2nd step of the Port Forwarding, click here to get to the beginning of the manual.
There are currently three different Speedport WebUIs in use, please find yours below:


Telekom Speedport Hybrid

Open the WebUI of your Speedport router by typing its IP-Address in your browser (by default: 192.168.2.1). (The default password of the router you can find on the sticker on its backside.)

In the menu choose Internet and then Portfreischaltung. Open the menu under Port-Umleitungen und Port-Weiterleitungen, there you apply the following settings:

Name der UmleitungChoose a name for your camera, for example „Camera Entrance“
Gilt für folgendes GerätHere you first have to pick your camera from the list. You can check under Heimnetzwerk, if the name belongs to the right IP-address of your camera
TCPHere in the first and third array enter "8081"

By clicking on speichern, the settings will be applied.

To be able to access the Flash-Video as well, there has to be set a second Port Forwarding. Therefore, just follow the manual of this step, with the only difference to set the Flash-Port instead. So for your first camera all ports are set to 1935, for your second camera it´s 1936, etc.

Now all Port Forwardings for your camera are set in the router. You can now continue with the next step, therefore follow this Link:

Caution:

Whereas it is possible to test the DDNS access in a FritzBox of the same network, there are routers such as the Telekom Speedports which can deny the test. This means you would have to use a computer in another network, or alternatively test the DDNS-Access by using the mobile network on your smartphone.




Telekom Speedport (300-, 500- and 700-series)



Open the WebUI of your Speedport router by typing its IP-Address in your browser (by default: 192.168.2.1). (The default password of the router you can find on the sticker on its backside.)

Then in the menu head to Konfiguration > Netzwerk and in the following window to NAT&Portregeln. Fill in the blankets as follows:

AuswahlLeave this space empty
BezeichnungChoose a name for your camera, for example "Camera Entrance"
Gültig für GerätHere choose the IP-address of your camera
ProtokollHere you choose TCP
Umgeleitete Ports - ÖffentlichHere choose the same port as set in step 1: 8081 for Camera 1, 8082 for camera 2, etc.
Umgeleitete Ports - Private ClientHere choose as well the same port as set in step 1: 8081 for Camera 1, 8082 for camera 2, etc.

To be able to access the Flash-Video as well, there has to be set a second Port Forwarding. Therefore, just follow the manual of this step, with the only difference to set the Flash-Port instead. So for your first camera all ports are set to 1935, for your second camera it´s 1936, etc.

Now all Port Forwardings for your camera are set in the router. You can now continue with the next step, therefore follow this Link:

Exception for W500V: In the menu NAT & Portregeln add your camera´s MAC-address. (You can find the camera´s MAC-address in its WebUI under System > Info)

Caution:

Whereas it is possible to test the DDNS access in a FritzBox of the same network, there are routers such as the Telekom Speedports which can deny the test. This means you would have to use a computer in another network, or alternatively test the DDNS-Access by using the mobile network on your smartphone.

Telekom Speedport (900 series)

Open the WebUI of your Speedport router by typing its IP-Address in your browser (by default: 192.168.2.1). (The default password of the router you can find on the sticker on its backside.)

Then head to Internet and Portfreischaltung. Click under Port-Umleitungen und Port-Weiterleitungen under TCP Umleitung on Weitere TCP Umleitung anlegen and choose the IP-address of your camera in the drop-down menu. In the three arrays before the IP-address enter the port of your camera, which is three times „8081“ for your first camera. For your second camera you enter "8082" etc. Then click on Speichern to apply the settings.

To be able to access the Flash-Video as well, there has to be set a second Port Forwarding. Therefore, just follow the manual of this step, with the only difference to set the Flash-Port instead. So for your first camera all ports are set to 1935, for your second camera it´s 1936, etc.

Now all Port Forwardings for your camera are set in the router. You can now continue with the next step, therefore follow this Link:

Caution:

Whereas it is possible to test the DDNS access in a FritzBox of the same network, there are routers such as the Telekom Speedports which can deny the test. This means you would have to use a computer in another network, or alternatively test the DDNS-Access by using the mobile network on your smartphone.

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