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Hi,

I have rut240 and mobile is working fine, I can surf the internet on my iPhone via the router and 4g SIM card. However, I would like the connect 3 WiFi cameras (NO cables) wirelessly to the router and be able to monitor the cameras remotely. This is why I bought the rut240. Could you please share a straightforward step-by-step on how to do this? Thanks

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Hi,

Thanks for your reply. Those links didn’t help unfortunately. Specifically I am trying to connect the rut240 to 3 mini magnetic hd cameras. Please see link: https://www.mytrendyphone.eu/shop/mini-magnetic-fullhd-home-security-camera-266855p.html

When the cameras are within range I can connect to them and monitor them via WiFi and using the app V380 pro. But I need to monitor the cameras remotely and according to the brief documentation this can be done using a router, so I bought the rut240 I am not technically versed at all. Can I please get a walk-through for dummies how I achieve this? Thanks in advance 

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Hello, 

RUT240 router provides remote access to the surveillance system via RMS or public IP (port forwarding).

RMS:

RMS offers many features to save your time and expenses while managing everything remotely – even without Public IP!

RMS - CONNECT: Access any smart devices via HTTP/HTTPS or SSH & configure them using WebUI or CLI as if you are in front of them

RMS - REMOTE DESKTOP: Control laptops, desktop, industrial computers, and other devices running Windows or Linux via RDP or VNC – remotely

RMS - VPN: Set-up secure VPN tunnels to unlimited number of endpoints with just a few clicks.

More information can be found here:

https://teltonika-networks.com/product/rms/

Public IP (port forwarding):

Port Forwarding is the process of redirecting data packets to another destination. In Teltonika-Networks devices this is a feature of the iptables firewall, NAT table, PREROUTING chain. When a packet matches a port forwarding rule, the destination and/or port values are changed in the packet header.

More information can be found here:

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/RUT240_Firewall#Port_Forwarding

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Private_and_Public_IP_Addresses#Public_IP_address

Best regards,

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Hi, Thanks for your reply

Would you please be specific?

1. I want to use public IP (port forwarding)

2. Is it correct that I need to browse to Network->Firewall->Port Forwarding?

3. Do I need to add a new Port Forwarding rule?

4. In that case what are the settings for:

-  Protocol?

- Source Zone?

- Source MAC address?

- Source IP address?

- Source Port?

- External IP address?

- External Port?

- Internal Zone?

- Internal IP address?

(How do I add this IP address to the drop-down list?)

- Internal Port?

Where else do I need to change settings and to what should I change the settings?

Kind Regards
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Hello,

Please check the following link, you will find answer for all your questions:

https://wiki.teltonika-networks.com/view/Hikvision:_remote_camera_access#Step_3:_Configure_Port_Forwarding

Please note that customers can sometimes obtain a public IP by subscribing to a special service plan and paying extra fees.

Should you need any additional information please let us know.

Best regards,