If you have a uPNP router, and enable port forwarding in the Maintenance screen of the Panasonic camera, and properly
register it with viewnetcam.com.....
Be sure you have DHCP enabled in the router, and in the camera setup, make sure you select the option "ASSIGN IP from DHCP SERVER"..
In the maintenance screens, you will see the IP address (WAN), the internal address of the camera (ex 192.168.1.199), and the webaddress of the camera
you will be able to view the camera over the internet for ever....If the ip of your service changes, the DDNS service of viewnetcam will update it.
I set up a Subway with three of these cameras on a HN9000 system, and they've worked every since.
The router was a DIR-655 Dlink.
P.S. Streaming data continually off these cameras on a Hughesnet system will QUICKLY get you in a FAP situation.
Its recommended that you adjust the refresh rate to like 30-60 seconds, instead of streaming MJPEG.