Linksys Wireless Router :: Port Forwarding On E2500 - Cannot View Cameras Remotely?

Jan 19, 2012

I purchased some cameras for my building. I have them set up ok on port 85 but I can't view them remotely until I set up the router to forward the port. I have a charter modem and the E2500 router.

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