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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    Got it. Thanks so much for everyone's help!
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    Understood... I assume that I need two separate IP address to distinguish netgear from asus, such as 192.168.254.254 and 192.168 254.255, or does it matter?
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    Yes, Default for the Frontier Netgears is 192.168.254. ASUS Ivp4- 192.168.1.228 Subnet- 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway- 1.168.1.2 NETGEAR IVP4- 192.168.254.17 Subnet- 255.255.255.0 Default Gateway- 192.168.254.254
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    Sorry for the delay, I'm losing connectivity as I toggle in and out of bridge mode to test. You are correct, I do show an internet connection at the asus router network page. Both router LAN subnets are 255.255.255.0, but I don't have internet to the computer coming out of the asus router...
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    Frontier's service is PPPOE. Won't I have to enter their credentials and passwords for the DSL onto the ASUS for internet to function?
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    I tried the netgear in bridge mode, unfortunately, it discontinues the internet connection.
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    The first modem is a Netgear D2200D modem/router through Frontier communications, but i did set pptp, lt2p and ipsec to passthrough mode. After you mentioned the internet IP address, i noticed that the first router WAN address is different for the second router WAN address, so you may be onto...
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    OpenVpn on Dedicated Router

    I'm configuring a second router (Asus brand) behind my modem/router which will be used as a VPN router just for the purpose of remote viewing a Nvr/camera system. The second router is connected from LAN port (Modem/router)) to Wan port (Second router) and I've allowed passthrough modes. I've...
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    VPN and No-ip

    Perfect...That's what I needed to know. Have spent the day trying to get up to speed, but I'm making slow progress.
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    VPN and No-ip

    Understood. I'm in the process of adding OpenVpn to the router, but it may take some time. Would still like to know why no-ip is picking up the VPN address, rather than the router ip, and how I might fix it for the time being...
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    VPN and No-ip

    I have a very simple setup. DSL>>>Modem/Router>>>Computer >>>NVR I recently added a paid VPN service which protects the computer. (Still working on setting up OpenVPN through the router). My question- No-ip.com is set...
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    Hikvision NVR Lost All Cameras

    Also, one of the runs is definitely over 300 feet, probably close to 400 feet. It has worked well these past two years, but may finally be causing problems...
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    Hikvision NVR Lost All Cameras

    Thanks so much for the input. I was able to download the firmware with no problems, but sure enough, the alarm is still there. I'm going to check the cameras one by one and see if I can find the culprit. It appears that I have "fried" two separate NVRs. Arghh! Question though...If I check the...
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    Hikvision NVR- POE Power Overload

    Ha! Will definitely check for dead varmints!
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    Hikvision NVR- POE Power Overload

    I was hopeful that the firmware upgrade would help, but no luck. Still getting the Overload. The cat5 cables for all of the cameras enter the building near the electrical entrance, so there is definitely high voltage in the area.
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