How to configure My ubiquiti Networks Uvc Ndvr for my IP cameras with Exede internet network. so I can remotely view my cameras.

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Are you absolutely positive it is the Ndvr that needs to be configured for remote Internet viewing/access?  Normally one would just open the correct ports in their router and use a DDNS service to connect from anywhere using the Internet.  Try https://www.noip.com/ as your DDNS.

Ports to open: HERE
 


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How do I open ports on exede modem with WiFi
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Diana, Viasat Employee

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Hello computer1949,  Please contact your camera manufacturer. This is 3rd party equipment and do not have instructions on how to install or set it up.
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Can I use no IP with your exede Wi-Fi modem
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Can I use no IP on your exede WiFi modem
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Diana, Viasat Employee

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Yes, you can use IP addresses.
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How do I open ports on exede WiFi modem
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If I had one of those modems I'd show you.  Here's a rough estimate...

Most common is to go to the modem control access page, 192.168.100.1 and look for a tab or something that says WAN.

There you might find something that says Port Forwarding and that is where you work your magic.  You would enter the port number you want opened and choose either TCP or UDP or both and the local IP address it is open to (your camera or Ndvr IP address on your network). 

The port is 7445, TCP, and the camera local IP address 192.168.1.X (you fill in the X).  This allows you to view but not control the camera from anywhere if you have DDNS set up. 

After DDNS is set up, you would go to that address on the Internet like...    MyHiddenCamera.no-ip.com and like magic, you watch your camera. 
The MyHiddenCamera is just a sample... name your page as you like when setting up at no-ip.com.  If no-ip.com does not have you enter the port number, then when you go to access your camera, the port number is added after a colon at the end of the IP address....

MyHiddenCamera.no-ip.com:7445   if no-ip.com did't allow port to be set there.

Good luck.
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