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The downside with DDNS services is that whenever the WAN IP address changes the DDNS service must be notified.This is either done automatically by the camera, or perhaps the router supports DDNS.With over 7 million downloads, Alfred is without a doubt one of the fastest-growing home security solutions on the market.Why spend big bucks on a home security system when you can get better features for free? You can take a look at your own house from outer space via Google Earth, you can look at famous paintings - down to the very last grizzly brushstroke - via Google Art Project, and you can look at what's hot and what's not in Spain - or anywhere in the world - with Google Trends. This app functions well, is updated regularly and has a really nice interface.Every broadband router or modem has a DMZ (short for De-militarized Zone).
It is always advisable to forward a single port number to your camera, rather than all ports.A third option is to run a DDNS client on a PC which can update the service.In all likelihood the router will support DDNS if the camera does not.Panasonic’s service in particular is very easy to use and highly reliable and is highly recommended (via the Panasonic BL-C140 network camera for instance).For the simplest operation, however, your router should support Universal Plug and Play (u P&P) since the camera will automatically set up the port forwarding rules for you (they’re very clever).