What modem/router did they provide you? If you're using the Aztech one, copy the port forwarding settings you have to the ones found on the port triggering page.
Yes. Globe allows port forwarding. Are you on dynamic IP? If yes, you have to enable DDNS.
By the way, make sure your CCTV is using either DHCP reservation or static IP. I'd also suggest to use a differnet port.
The CCTV has static IP.
Have you actually made it to work?
I haven't enabled DDNS yet. I want to make sure it works first. I'm keeping an eye of my public IP while testing. I'm on dynamic.
What ports do you suggest I try?
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They gave me Aztech DSL5001EN. The one that doesn't have an interface to set it to Bridge.
I tried copying the port forwarding details to port triggering page. No luck.
I should be able to access it through public ip right? Say the port was 8000 (TCP) and my public ip say is 188.8.131.52.
So, if I enter 184.108.40.206:8000 on the address bar, I should get the web interface of the device right?
How to port forwarding AZTECH when i use my port 25565 it will say it is not open even i port it on AZTECH guys can you help me