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Bebo Nsyd

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Hi to all!


Can I access the CCTV camera outside the office using Kerio? If yes please give me steps.


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Bebo Nsyd
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ICT and Me

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Bebo, I think that you must give more information.
This CCTV camera, what is his purpose? runs it IP? And where is it located? Internal or external?

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Carlo Turk
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Bebo Nsyd

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I what to access my office cctv security camera thru my laptop located @ my home or possible to check it thru my blackberry or iphone


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ICT and Me

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Okay,
That's possible. If you know your public IP there is no problem at all.
Rule:
Source: Internet
Dest: Firewall
Service: {Portnumber or service (if exist)}
Action: Allow
Translation: map to internal IP of the device (cctv)

This is open to public, but viewable on BB or iPhone.
Best way is to use Kerio VPN Client and no firewall rule. Just connect on internal IP number of device.
Most secure.

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Carlo Turk
The Netherlands
www.ictandme.nl
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Please can someone tell me how to log on to my router adm interface from an isolated netw or from the internet away from my home? I believe this should be possible before thinking about logging to adm interface of my kerio control. I am using dlink 2740 which has remote access function.

Thank you a bunch in advance!
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Jeff Wadlow (Kerio)

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Create this Traffic Rule:
Source: Internet interface
Dest: Firewall
Service: Kerio Control WebAdmin
Action: Allow
Translation: None

Externally, using a web browser, go to https://"public IP":4081/admin
Replace "public IP" with whatever your public IP address is. If there is a firewall between Kerio Control and the Internet then port 4081 needs to be allowed through it.
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