That is going to be more trouble than it's worth. Probably the best work around is to have a script that takes screenshots of the video feed at specific intervals, and then uploads those to some web server that you can then access. Of course the obvious problem with that is the amount of bandwidth it's going to consume, not to mention the amount of storage it will require over time. You'd need another script to go along and start deleting some of those photos off of the server eventually.
Even if you could set it up the way you want, you'd need a fair bit of bandwidth to get a live video stream. If you're on a Cable Internet system, forget it, you're probably lucky to have 128K worth of upload capacity. DSL usually isn't a whole lot better, most services topping out around 768K. Satellite generally requires an analog modem, so that's even worse than cable. If it's some kind of wireless or cellular setup, then you're going to very quickly exceed your bandwidth cap and find yourself waking up on the floor after you pass out from seeing the size of your monthly bill with all those overage fees. That's assuming you have the necessary upload capacity to make it worth while, which you almost certainly won't.
Then there's the whole security issue Bob mentions. It doesn't matter if you have a firewall running, every time you allow some traffic in or out, that's a hole that can potentially be exploited. It's as simple as that. Firewalls are not these magical protectors that will only let in the good traffic and keep out the bad. They're not that smart. They tend to let in ANY traffic that conforms with whatever rules you have set up. So consider for a moment the possibility of someone else stumbling across this video feed of yours. Would that not allow any would-be burglar to get an idea of where your CC cameras are positioned, so they could avoid them? And let's also consider the possibility that you can do exactly what you want to do. Say while you're monitoring the feed from some location hundreds of miles away, you witness someone breaking into your place. Then what? All you can do is call the cops, and maybe give them a bit of a head start over if you came back to find the place had been burgled and reviewed the CC feed. You're really gaining very little in terms of physical security, and sacrificing a LOT in network security. You'd be better off having a neighbor or someone come by once or twice a day, just to look in on things. They don't even need to go inside if you're worried about them leaving a door unlocked or something. They can just look in a window or two, make sure things seem to be in order.