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 Post subject: TCP , UDP , HTTP OR RTSP to use with DVR & router
PostPosted: Tue Jun 05, 2018 6:13 am 
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Hi Which protocol to use and which one to use for port forwarding on the router ?

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TCP 4000
UDP 4001
HTTP 80
RTSP 554

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 Post subject: Re: TCP , UDP , HTTP OR RTSP to use with DVR & router
PostPosted: Sat Jun 09, 2018 1:22 am 
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Hello. Forwarding the port defined on your DVR using the TCP option on the router should allow you to send video out of your local network. Some routers will group TCP/UDP together and that should work, too. HTH.


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 Post subject: Re: TCP , UDP , HTTP OR RTSP to use with DVR & router
PostPosted: Mon Jun 11, 2018 5:47 am 
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Tks for your response.

There are 4 differents port , what is the purpose of each ones ?

TCP 4000
UDP 4001
HTTP 80
RTSP 554


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 Post subject: Re: TCP , UDP , HTTP OR RTSP to use with DVR & router
PostPosted: Fri Jun 15, 2018 11:08 pm 
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I do not have enough information to give a specific answer, but previous experience makes me consider the following possibilities: RTSP may allow a remote connection to the DVR speaker through which to speak; HTTP may allow connection to a web page hosted by the DVR; TCP and UDP may individually or jointly be used to remotely connect to the camera or video recorder using a phone or tablet app.


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 Post subject: Re: TCP , UDP , HTTP OR RTSP to use with DVR & router
PostPosted: Sat Jun 16, 2018 6:46 am 
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For a camera, the HTTP port is forwarded, but change it to a different port.Remember that a forwarded camera port leaves it open to the internet and network cameras are vulnerable to attack.
The best way is a vpn client installed on the router. A vpn server, used to hide your porn viewing etc, is different than a vpn client.
Google the term "vpn primer".


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