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    Anyone from UK here?

    Can anyone from UK guide me please?
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    Anyone from UK here?

    Hi Guys, Sorry have been away for a while with work. So my question is I have Sky Fibre at home. I have a netgear VPN router but this is to hide my internet traffic. I have been told I need to get a VPN router with an OPENVPN Server to be able to access the cameras from outside the house. Now...
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    Anyone from UK here?

    Good luck with the install.
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    Anyone from UK here?

    That's awesome and really good to know. I'm struggling a bit and I think some of my issues are to do with our ISPs here as opposed to the US. Have you set up your system? Are you with Sky or BT?
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    Anyone from UK here?

    Hey I'm in Birmingham.
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    Cameras all connected

    Got you...that makes sense now.
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    Anyone from UK here?

    Would love to get some tips from you!!!!
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    Cameras all connected

    I'm also going to post separately to see if there is anyone from the UK around on the forum who has managed to get around UK specific challenges
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    Cameras all connected

    So I can buy a modem which works with my UK ISP. It's only £15/$20... so if I get that how will that help me?
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    Cameras all connected

    I will see if there is a work around to the passthrough mode and post back
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    Cameras all connected

    @SouthernYankee... the ISP supplied router can not be put into passthrough mode. The static ip is costing me $100 for 5 years
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    Cameras all connected

    Hi guys, you are all correct. I rushed out and got a VPN but it was a client setup and not a server.... my bad!!! I have spoken to the VPN provider, and they have said that they can offer me a dedicated IP address which I would then use to access my home network. I think this seems the...
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    Cameras all connected

    Or what if i were to disable the VPN completely?
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    Cameras all connected

    I can access the ui3 on my local lan. As soon as i disconnect from the lan and use cellular connection, I can not access the ui3. Would it make it easier to go through the BlueIris app instead?
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    Cameras all connected

    It is clearly something to do with the VPN
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    Cameras all connected

    my VPN settings are as below:
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    Cameras all connected

    So just checked, not using DDNS.
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    Cameras all connected

    @ SouthernYankee...I would like it via the ui3 interface. When I am at home and on wifi, I can access BI. As soon as I switch over to 4G I lose this ability. I do not have a clue whether I am using static IP or DDNS. My VPN router was bought preconfigured to work with UK ISP. I will send...
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    Cameras all connected

    So, latest.... All my cameras are connected and recording perfectly. I now want to be able to view the cameras on a mobile device, but this is proving difficult to work out how to do this. I have 2 nic cards in the BI PC. The 1st one which is talking to the cameras has an IP of...
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    Cameras all connected

    Hey Peeps, which app would you recommend for viewing the cameras remotely on an android phone?
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    Recording

    Hi Peeps, My BI PC has a 256GB SSD and a 10TB HDD. Would you recommend recording clips to the SSD and the continuous recording to the HDD? I am assuming then I would clone each camera to record to the SSD? Thanks in advance.
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    Cameras all connected

    @mikeynags... absolutely...thats the incoming IP address of the SKY router. I then plugged in the VPN router with the IP of 192.168.70.1 which is then connected to the home network. Will wait for the 2nd NIC and set it up.....fingers crossed....nearly there....THEN BLUE IRIS....WOW thats a...
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    Cameras all connected

    Yes everything else is 192.168.1.70.xxx
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    Cameras all connected

    The larger plan is to see the cameras remotely. I have a VPN Router already setup (192.168.70.x), which is protecting the whole home network.
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    Cameras all connected

    @mikeynags ---- that would still protect my cameras from being hacked? Or do i need to mess around with IP address for the second NIC?
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    Cameras all connected

    Just to clarify, the BI PC, POE Switch and cameras are not connected to the internet. The aim is to now be able to access the cameras via a mobile and or stream to a tv.... Please help
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    Cameras all connected

    So, below is my setup. Based on above advice, I will get another network card and insert into BI PC. So one port would be for the POE switch with the cameras attached to it, and then the other port would be to go out to network switch. Is that correct?
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    Cameras all connected

    I can easily get a network card. In the meantime I have a spare network switch... could I just use that? Internet to switch. Cameras to switch. Switch to BI PC?
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    Cameras all connected

    Hi Peeps, Newbie here, and with help from fellow members here, I'm slowly getting there!!!! I have 7 cameras which are connected to a POE Switch, which in turn is connected directly to my BI PC. The switch and cameras are all on the same subnet, so not communicating on the net. Now, I want...
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    Ordered my cameras and PC....NEED HELP...NOOBIE!!!!

    Hi everyone. So now that I have one camera connecting properly, do I change the IP address of each camera before mounting? Or do I do that after mounting? Another question I have is that I have a number of wired access points around the house, and was thinking of using these to connect a small...
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