need help! access a specific dhcp IP on router from web

May 29, 2018 9:07AM PDT

I have setup a ip-cam at my summer-place and everything was working perfect! Until i setup a computer with noip-update. now when I try to access the cam through my noip-adress it points to the computer. the case is that I have port:80 on the cam and probably the computer. Is there a way to connect to a "inside" dhcp ip through my noip-adress? example: "" ? so I can change the port on my cam to something better without driving 250 kilometers.. xD
I have another ip-cam at the place with a different port that works well!
Thanx in advance!

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To remotely manage a camera.
May 29, 2018 9:26AM PDT

You could remote into a PC on that LAN but I take it that was not setup and you want to make a change from 250 KM but I have to write no. To make such changes we have to plan ahead or have someone there to do the work for us.

It looks to me you have one more trip to set this up.

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Old one.
May 29, 2018 9:42AM PDT

I have an old computer with Open-Source Android installed with ip-updater and remote-program on it.. but it wont work off course..
thanx anyways!

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There is another way but not recommended.
May 29, 2018 9:54AM PDT

It may be possible to open ports, redirect ports in the router. Not all routers have this feature but it has us allowing router management from the Internet (or WAN port.) As this feature has been insecure on many routers, the advice is not use it. But if you think your model router is secure enough for remote management, that's another option.

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My router
May 29, 2018 10:14AM PDT

I have that feature in my router but I have not activated the remote management on it so I can't access it! Thanx anyways!

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