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#1783
Port Forwarding 15 Years, 6 Months ago  
hi guys , i am looking for a solution can helps me , my quastion is ,how i can forward my server port to access to a client port ? i have a vedio camera with DVR card , i use no-ip to access to my server but i cant use it to access the internal client , so anyone can helps me , i download SHHWIN but i couldnt use it is there other Solution?

[ June 06, 2005, 09:56 AM: Message edited by: Brian T. Pence ]
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#1784
Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 6 Months ago  
Ok, let me get this straight....

You have an ssh server running at home, using no-ip for dynamic IP and an SSH client to access the server from outside of the network. You have a video camera you want to access remotely via SSH port forwarding.

First question... Where is the camera? On the client or on the server?

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#1785
Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 6 Months ago  
1st of all thnx for replaying ,,,

my camera sure in client , because i dont have to forward anything if i want to use my server , i put my camera on client and want to access this client from WAN :) ,Clear ?
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#1786
Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 6 Months ago  
So, the camera is on the client PC outside of your network. The client PC is connected via SSH to your WAN. You want to access the camera from inside the WAN.

Can the camera communicate using TCP/IP?

What port does it listen on?

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Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 6 Months ago  
yes i think , port 9000

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Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 5 Months ago  
Sorry I took so long. I got side-tracked.

Ok, so the camera is on the client PC "COMPUTER A" outside the WAN

The client PC is outside the WAN and connected to the server vi SSH.

'COMPUTER B' (inside the WAN) wishes to connec to the camera on port 9000.

'COMPUTER A' should set a forwarded port (server to client) on port 9000. 'COMPUTER B', then, can connect to port 9000 on the server, and this port will be redirected to port 9000 on 'COMPUTER A'

Hope this helps

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Re: Port Forwarding 15 Years, 5 Months ago  
Sorry I took so long. I got side-tracked.

Ok, so the camera is on the client PC "COMPUTER A" outside the WAN

The client PC is outside the WAN and connected to the server vi SSH.

'COMPUTER B' (inside the WAN) wishes to connec to the camera on port 9000.

'COMPUTER A' should set a forwarded port (server to client) on port 9000. 'COMPUTER B', then, can connect to port 9000 on the server, and this port will be redirected to port 9000 on 'COMPUTER A'

Hope this helps

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