Local Area Network (LAN) The Local Area Network is basically the structure of the computer equipment you have at home.This could include one or more computers/laptops, a router which is plugged into the phone line and of course your network camera.

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‘Port-Forwarding’ is rarely, if ever, enabled by default.Your DNS server addresses come from your ISP and should be detailed on the letter you received when you first connected to the service.If you don’t know what they are then you can input your router’s local IP address in the DNS server 1 (or Primary DNS server) position and the router will do it automatically for you.Google, kindly operate both a primary and a secondary DNS server for public use.the addresses are 8.8.8.8 and 8.8.4.4 respectively. Configure the port number Typically when one computer communicates with another computer over a network the information is carried using a specific port number.Consult you camera’s manual for the correct configuration. Subnet Mask / Default Gateway The subnet mask will almost always be 255.255.255.0 (the default for what’s known as a ‘Class C’ network).