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I have been remotely connecting to cameras at my parents house and vice versa for a couple of years now. I opted out of cg-nat for the ISP at each house and all works fine. Could never connect over the mobile network though (Telstra Australia).I am overseas now but cannot access the cameras from any public WiFi. Could the reason be that it is a cg- nat issue at the source end (my end using the Reolink client). If so, maybe IPv6 is an only possible solution if Reolink would support it in the future?
@dgordon42_415060065599711 But while roaming, are you able to connect to your cameras via the visitor mobile network? Most probably Telstra is applying FW rule and won't allow such traffic. Maybe they will allow you if you opt for a fixed IP service. I do apply FW rule at the SBC (P-CSCF) to restrict customers from using the SIP credentials and use it from somewhere other than their location. Can you try to use the DDNS on one of the camera and use the URL to access it.
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