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Hey guys , So the problem is , i have 5 ip cameras lets name them for ease Cam1-2-3-4-5 i want to display the output to three led’s (locally) but the issue is , one from the three ouput shouldn’t show the cam5. so as per my understanding i need another XVR . how could i connect my secondary XVR to primary XVR , or if you guys have any better idea , im all ears . thanks
Hi, I have a Hikvision 7608 NVR and I would like to record remote cameras over the internet. I tried first to connect one camera but thje NVR does not connect. I am using an Asus RT-N18 as router and I forwarded port 8000 from the camera IP to port 8000 form internet. The site https://canyouseeme.org/ reports that the destination IP port is open in the internet. Also telnet to port 8000 is connecting on the destination IP address. The configuration on the NVR is to connect to the destination IP on port 8000 with admin user and password and Hikvision protocol it does not connect. Camera model is Wireless Cube IP Hikvision DS-2CD2423G0-I(W) I tried to forward ports one by one in order to connect to the camera but without sucess. Another question in the same context is what ports should I forward in order to access the NVR from internet. Any help is appreciated, I am looking forward for your feedback. Best regards, Daniel
>>So I just got a new security system installed today. The DVR belongs to the Securico brand and has 8- Channels. The issue is that even though I was promised that I will be able to connect my DVR to my router wirelessly the with the help of a wifi dongle, the surveillance guy (who installed the security system) backed out saying a wired connection will be needed which is not possible in my case. >>TL;DR :So can I get a wifi dongle and install it in my DVR to connect it to my internet? If so then how will I know which dongle is compatible and which is not?