For years I have been able to remotely view and connect cameras at my elderly parent’s home. I used the dyndns.org service and various ports to be able to view cameras around the home. But recently their ISP “upgraded” to CGN, Carrier Grade NAT and dual stack. From that moment, the dyndns service has not been working. I loaded the dyndns client program on a computer at their home, and even with it running, the result is the same, no connection any camera. I under the concept of the large private network the provider is using and that the cameras have to go through it. I guess my question is how to I get there? Is there a service that is designed to forward through a CGN? Thanks for any help or advice.
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By Big Tree
I'm putting together a plan to outfit my home as a smart home. I want to do this for a couple of reasons. First of all, I am an electrician and I'd like to make smart technology more a part of my business, as no one in my community does it. Second, I love smart technology and I want it! I'm looking for suggestions and tips as to what is going to be the best to not only outfit my home with, but is good to sell in a lower income market (nothing like crestron or control 4).
I think the essential things to put in to make a home smart would be heating control, lighting control, door control, as well as some control to bring them all together. Here are my current thoughts, and I'd love to hear what any of you think about these things.
Lighting - Lutron Caseta - I'm a RadioRa2 installer, but I don't have the money to put that into my house, so the next best thing for me is Caseta. I already have Caseta switches in my home and I love them. I sell them quite often already and I think Lutron is fantastic.
Heating - Ecobee - I like ecobee in theory because they aren't nest. Even though I'm a Nest Pro, I just have always liked the look and sound of Ecobee. Am I completely off my rocker for thinking that?
Door Control - August Lock with Ring Doorbell - Seems like these are the best things out there right now, but this is a category that I know very little about.
Central Control - I use Apple right now, so HomeKit seems to make sense, but I think I'd like to use voice control and so the Echo seems like a good product for that. Would a Google Home be better? Again, don't have much knowledge of this section yet.
Finally, I currently have an old Apple router, one of the old airport extremes, and I don't know if I should be thinking of upgrading my router in this process.
Thanks for reading my post, thanks for any input you give.
I have been looking at Synology for a great NAS and happened to stumble across this......https://www.synology.com/en-global/products/RT2600ac
Does anyone know how this works?
I was trying out the camera app on my Surface Pro, and it goes into the front-facing camera by default. I wanted to change to the rear-facing camera, but I do not seem to have the "Change Camera" button described in this post http://www.microsoft.com/Surface/en-US/support/hardware-and-drivers/surface-cameras-faq, so I can't switch to the rear-facing camera.
In the att photo, you can see the Camera Options, Timer and Video mode buttons, but no change camera. Anybody have any ideas?