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How to Access your DVR from Internet Explorer
This guide will show you how to access your DVR via Internet Explorer. Access DVR from Internet Explorer.pdf
Port forwarding Help
One of the best sites available to assist you in opening ports for your routers is http:///www.portforward.com. They offer a huge collection of routers and how to guides showing you how to open ports.
How to check if your ports are open for remote access.
There are several sites available to check wether you opened the ports correctly on your router. If you are at the actual site where the DVR is located you can use Canyousee.org. Simply enter the port you check and it will do the rest. If you are off site and would like to enter the WAN IP address of the router you want to check then I suggest you use. Yougetsignal.com and choose the port forwarding tester. This tes
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How to forward ports on your router. Basic Guide
This guide will show you the simple concept of how to open ports on your touter for your DVR and NVR **Download **
Reverting back to internet explorer 10 (via windows 7)
Reverting back to Internet Explorer 10 (via Windows 7) Go to “Start” and click on “Control Panel” Go to “Programs and Features” Click on “View installed updates” (top left corner) Search for “Internet Explorer” (top right corner search box) Right click on “Internet Explorer 11” and click “uninstall” Reboot computer when prompted and IE 10 will be back Windows Updates must not be automatically installed or IE 11 will install again. To confirm this, go to step