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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

Hi, I am new to plusnet and very impressed with the service so far.

I have applied for and been issued with a block of static IP addresses as I have some machines that I need to be able to work with outside my home (a NAS, a IP camera and later a small web server). However I have not been able to find out how to configure this with my Draytek 2500V router.

I am pretty computer literate but having spent several hours searching though these forums and the plus FAQ's i just cant find the detailed description of how to do this.

Can anyone point me in the right direction?

Thanks
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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

Not sure exactly what your trying to achieve, but if your wanting to access these machines externally and separately by IP address then you'll need to setup a MultiNAT.

http://www.draytek.co.uk/support/kb_vigor_multinat.html

Does this help?
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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

HI Cobber, thanks for your note. What I had planned to do was to setup my IP cam and NAS with separate IP addresses from my block and connect them to my router and I assumed that I would be able to see them from the interenet, however thats does not seem to work.

The link you sent looks as though it will allow me to do what I want, I am away from home for a few days but I will have a look at the weekend.
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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

Um looks as though the problem is that my router does not support Non-Nat or MultiNat, which would explain why I could not work out how to configure it.

Its a pretty new router but it looks as though I will have to replace it. anyone got any recommendations for good routers to work with PLus Net using public IP addresses?
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Setting up home network with web server and IP camera

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Um looks as though the problem is that my router does not support Non-Nat or MultiNat, which would explain why I could not work out how to configure it.

Its a pretty new router but it looks as though I will have to replace it. anyone got any recommendations for good routers to work with PLus Net using public IP addresses?


Hi there and welcome,

I would suggest the D-Link DSL504. This is a No-NAT router and I know to work on the PN network.
I also know someone who has done exactly what you have done so far yet has used 2 routers so that the use of an internal network is also possible.

Regards,