Duration: 1h 25m | .MP4 1280×720, 30 fps(r) | AAC, 48000 Hz, 2ch | 541 MB
Genre: eLearning | Language: English
In this course, you will learn how to set up port forwarding in a router to allow remote access to IP cameras.
The concept is explained in detail, and there are practical examples to show the process step-by-step.
There’s a network diagram for every lecture to help the student understand the fundamentals of port forwarding.
A scenario with real IP cameras and a router is used along the course to make the course as much practical as possible.
The fundamentals of local and remote IP networks are explained in the first part of the lecture to ensure the student can follow along with the rest of the lessons without any remaining doubt on the topic.
A detailed explanation of the port forwarding concepts makes it easier for the student to follow the instructor’s practical set up examples on the following videos.
The demonstration of remote access via web browser and via software helps the student feel comfortable configuring different camera brands or software similar to the one presented on the course.
During the classes, the instructor corrects small configuration mistakes in the port forwarding configuration, making the lectures even better for a real scenario where the student needs to deal with problems.
In summary, the student can learn the concepts and watch the camera configuration just like if he/she is looking over the instructor’s shoulder.