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KaosWed Feb-27-19 01:17 PM
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Hi,
I have moved to a rural area and setup a camera system in our barn. I need access to the cameras remotely and satellite isn't an option for port forwarding. Fortunately there is Verizon cell service I am able to get with external antenna.
I came across this Cradlepoint CBA750V2 Router with a MC200LE-VZ Verizon Modem and it works well with the signal. I am able to connect to the internet, but I cannot figure out how to setup port forwarding on this with my Blue Iris software. I was hoping someone here may be familiar with the setup.
I did find the Cradlepoint Manual, but it doesn't mention port forwarding, at least not in those terms.
Thanks for any help.

  

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GreyFalconWed Feb-27-19 02:10 PM
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#1. "RE: Cradlepoint Router"
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I am not familiar with the equipment but if you just start opening all of the menu options you should find the one for port forwarding. It's probably under an advanced tab. Since you are using Verizon equipment you should be also be covered under their Tech Support, at least that is the way it has worked for me.

  

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GreyFalconThu Feb-28-19 03:55 PM
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#2. "RE: Cradlepoint Router"
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There seems to be a lot of information on this page:https://www.google.com/search?newwindow=1&source=hp&ei=HP93XOLmK5iHjwSl5I64CA&q=cba750+port+forwarding&btnK=Google+Search&oq=cba750+port+forwarding&gs_l=psy-ab.3..33i299.2262.14889..15228...0.0..0.186.2343.13j10....2..0....1..gws-wiz.......0i131j0j35i39j0i67j0i131i20i265j0i20i265j0i20i263j0i10j0i30j0i10i30j0i5i30j0i22i10i30j33i160.DEFEMUSddt0

  

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arr2dee2Sun Mar-03-19 01:14 AM
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#3. "RE: Cradlepoint Router"
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Can't help you with your issue, I'd just Google like the other post. I didn't have a need for that with my old Cradlepoint router.

Just had a curiosity question. What are you using for your main internet? Just wondered if you were using the new Verizon prepaid jetpack plan. Unlimited with no data cap or additional slowdown threshold. Just deprioritized full time and limited to HD streaming.

Just thought I'd ask if you didn't know about it, if you were using postpaid, or satellite in your house.

  

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KaosSun Mar-03-19 02:45 AM
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Can't help you with your issue, I'd just Google like the other post. I didn't have a need for that with my old Cradlepoint router.

Just had a curiosity question. What are you using for your main internet? Just wondered if you were using the new Verizon prepaid jetpack plan. Unlimited with no data cap or additional slowdown threshold. Just deprioritized full time and limited to HD streaming.

Just thought I'd ask if you didn't know about it, if you were using postpaid, or satellite in your house.


I currently have satellite 50GB plan (not impressed) and I also have unlimited Verizon. Verizon actually streams better than the satellite service. I do have an external antenna for the cradle-point modem.
I had 3 phones and was about to cancel one, but instead I bought a jetpack and tried that. It worked so well on the internet I thought the Cradlepoint would make the port forwarding easier, it hadn't lol. It does make for a great alternative to the satellite service. I may end up dumping the satellite in the end regardless of what happens with this camera thing.
Thanks for the replies so far, still working on it and reading everything. I have spent a lot of time on this only because I think it is possible, but I'm getting close to throwing in the towel.

  

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arr2dee2Sun Mar-03-19 03:56 AM
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#5. "RE: Cradlepoint Router"
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It's possible the forums on howardforums or dslreports might have the answer, or even Reddit. Lots of people have similar setups. I'm prepping for high winds, well below 0, having baby calves, so up all night, or I'd research myself.

I've never had access to cable or DSL, had satellite for years, 7.5gb download, 2.3gb upload monthly cap. Had that until almost '13. Then I switched to Millenicom, which was 20gb on Verizon. Then a regional cell carrier averaging 2.5 meg down until this November when this Verizon plan was released. Much better than the postpaid plans, nice having unlimited internet for a change.

Viasat community forum, they changed the terms of older plans, trying to force people off to new plans with less data. Paying $150 per month for 150gb, now, some people reporting less than 1 Meg down, some literally as slow as dialup, while under their cap. Lots of people switching to cellular (who can get a signal).

  

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