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I've attached a jpeg image of the path of our setup here.The camara is an IP addressable camera and I am pretty sure I've setup the configuration in the camera correctly.

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Russell Cameron Russell lives and breathes travel and brings a wide range of skills to the team from his widespread industry experience in both retail and corporate.I realize that the Sonic Wall can't see the cable modem since the Sonic Wall resides in the DMZ.Here's the configuration of the Cable Modem: LAN Settings: - Private LAN IP - IP Address: 10.1.10.1 - IP Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 - Domain Name: wp.- Enable DHCP Server: checked - Lease Time: One Week - Private IP Address Pool - Start IP: 10.1.10.10 - End IP: 10.1.10.199 - PPTP IP Address Pool - Start IP: 10.1.10.200 - End IP: 10.1.10.229 Nothing listed in Port Forwarding - Firewall Security Settings - Enable Public LAN Firewall Module: checked - Access Control - Enable Access Control: checked (Note: No access control services defined) - Special Application - Enable Triggering: checked (Note: No triggering table defined) - URL Blocking (Not enabled) - Schedule Rule (Not enabled) - DMZ - Enable DMZ Host: (10.1.10.5): checked So basically, it appears that both the Comcast modem and the Sonicwall are firewalling. Now here's the kicker...turns out that the default gateway was something that was in place prior to this company getting internet access.They are designed with the lowest instalments possible while still meeting the cruise line payment deadlines.Also, there are no fees or late charges, while payments are always flexible to suit your own budget. Got a question about accessing a network camera behind our corporate firewall.

I have tried like crazy to get access to my network camera outside our network.

I tried adding 1-2-1 NAT on Sonic Wall Pro but it would not take the IP address for the Public IP for some reason.

The Sonic Wall can only see the IP address in the DMZ (10.1.10.5) so when I put that IP address in as the Public IP it kicks me to the curb.

So basically, that gateway was just a go between for this plant and our corporate office.

Since they added the internet through a cable modem, instead of messing with the configuration too much, they still sent all traffic to the gateway (192.168.208.1) but since that gateway will either forward packets to our corporate office or not, anything that doesn't go to the corporate office, is kicked back to the Sonicwall (which is now acting as the gateway for our LAN). :) In my opinion, traffic coming in would go to the Sonic Wall directly from the cable modem and if the packet destination couldn't be found using the Sonic Wall as the DG, then the traffic moves on to the CISCO 2800 Series router between us and our Corporate office?

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