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February 4, 2012 06:17 PM

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I have a TrendNet TV-IP512WN wireless IP camera.

How do I go about telling Tomato (currently 1.28 is loaded) to recognize this camera so that it may be accessed by the various pc's here, please?

The IP of the camera is

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February 5, 2012 2:35 AM updated: February 5, 2012 3:18 AM

This camera support this:
- Supports TCP/IP networking
- SMTP Email*
 -Samba and other Internet protocols
- Support SSL with complimentary software

Do you want to access from LAN and WAN? 

Inside lan:

From WAN you have to portforwarding.

February 5, 2012 11:59 AM updated: February 5, 2012 12:05 PM

> Do you want to access from LAN and WAN?

That would be great!

> Inside lan:

OK, thanks!

> From WAN you have to portforwarding.

I will look again, was not able to figure out how to do that in Tomato 1.28.


Forwarded Ports
External Internal Internal Address Protocol Description
(when enabled, UPnP clients are allowed to add mappings only to their IP)
February 5, 2012 2:12 PM

Not UPnP do portforwarding, Proto, Ext, Int address and Int address.
Ex  Proto tcp/unp Ext 8080 Int 5555 Int address 

February 5, 2012 3:24 PM

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Secure Mode (when enabled, UPnP clients are allowed to add mappings only to their IP)[/quote]

I didn't check those, they were checked by default, should either of them not be checked?

If I want the IP camera to come in via the wireless router and to be available via a wired or wireless connection to the router do I need to deal with DMZ?

I entered the settings you suggested then clicked ADD - and the entry disappeared.

Does something else have to be changed to permit adding this, please?

Do I need to change anything in the Advanced - Routing settings?

I was just trying to sort things out here but am confused ...


February 5, 2012 7:39 PM

I just tried turning on UPnP and it would not save - so something is wrong at that level.

Do I have to be hardwired to the router to make such changes, rather than connected wireless?

I can make changes to Access Restriction when connected wireless.

March 20, 2012 2:02 PM

Buried deep in the bowels of the documentation was the deal-breaker ... proprietary ActiveX is required for meaningful functionality.

ActiveX is completely unnecessary and it is frustrating that these companies sell-out and exclude 24M+ Linux users to please the monopolists in Redmond.

Camera has been sold to a MS-slave.

I am still looking for an affordable IP camera that is 100% Linux-friendly, which would also make it platform-independent.

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