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I receive my D-link DIR601 last week. I believe that I have everything setup correctly for port forwarding; everything goes fine if the ip camera is wire connected to my network. however, after I changed my ip camera from wired to wireless connection. The public IP does not work at home anymore. End up with I have t… see more I receive my D-link DIR601 last week. I believe that I have everything setup correctly for port forwarding; everything goes fine if the ip camera is wire connected to my network. however, after I changed my ip camera from wired to wireless connection. The public IP does not work at home anymore. End up with I have to use private ip:port at home and use public IP:port at work Before I changed to D-link DIR601, I was using Verizon Fios router. I just used public IP:port at home and at work to watch my 6 ip cameras anywhere. There must be something wrong. Can someone explain why this is happening? Am I missing something? see less I receive my D-link DIR601 last week. I believe that I have everything setup correctly for port forwarding; everything goes fine if the ip camera is wire connected to my network. however, after I changed my ip camera from wired to wireless connection. The public IP does not work at home anymore. End up with I have to use private ip:port at home and use public IP:port at work Before I changed to D-link DIR601, I was using Verizon Fios router. I just used public IP:port at home and at work to watch my 6 ip cameras anywhere. There must be something wrong. Can someone explain why this is happening? Am I missing something?

asked on November 16, 2012

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