Configuring Video Surveillance Via The Internet Using The Vps-5808m Dvr And Asus Router

Sometimes, for those who have configured analog video surveillance, there is a need for access to cameras from anywhere in the world. Today, with the spread of cheap and free Internet, solving this problem has become quite easy. For this, in fact, we need a working DVR, for example VPS-5808M with network input (RJ-45) and a router (Asus WL-500GP V2), which is connected to the World Wide Web, as well as a white IP address available from the Internet (this function is usually provided by YOUR Internet provider).

The first thing we need to do is look at the network settings of the DVR. Therefore, we connect a monitor and a mouse to it. Consider the example of a DVR VPS-5808M. We go in settings and then click on the button "Network“We remember the IP address and port when observing (in our case, IP: port: 6003). Click OK. Next, click CANCEL.

Next, you need to create a user with whose rights the client program will be connected to video surveillance. Go to the panel "INSTRUMENTS"

Next, go to the panel "Account".

Click on the button "Ext. by»And add a new user, as well check off the necessary permissions.

Actually setting up the registrar VPS-5808M on this is finished, let’s move on to setting up the router, namely, to setting up port forwarding on the router Asus WL-500GP V2.

How to find out the IP address of the router, I will not tell. Perhaps this will be in the next article, but now we will imagine that we already know the IP address. Now we need to go to the management console with our router. To do this, open a browser and hammer in the IP address of the router (most often it is: or, after which an authorization window will appear in which you need to enter a login and password.

To configure port forwarding, you need to go to the main page of the router, your network map is displayed here, the number of connected devices, current time, etc. You need to go to the "Advanced Settings" section, which contains a large number of links, suggesting various settings for the LAN, WAN, Wireless Network, Administration, etc.

In section "Wan"Click on"Virtual server"And we get directly to the" forward "ports of the"Virtual server". It is on this page that all the parameters necessary for organizing access to video surveillance from the Internet are set.

Next, enter the following values ​​in the fields:

  • Service Name – any name, for example Video
  • Port range – the external port (or port range) that we will access from the Internet. It is advisable to take a port of more than 5000, so as not to overlap with standard services. Therefore, we wrote port 10135.
  • Local IP Address – The IP address of our registrar is
  • Local port – video surveillance port. We remembered it above: 6003
  • The protocol is TCP. It is on top of this protocol that the registrar works.
  • Protocol number – leave blank.

Click "Apply" and after that you need to restart the router. To do this, in the upper right corner, click on the "Reboot" button.

That’s all. Now in the viewer you need to specify the external IP address of the router and port 10135, as well as the username and password, after which you can easily view your cameras from anywhere in the world.