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Jan Janowski
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Re: [Connection Sharing] Connect camera (on 10 IP) to NAS (on 19

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I believe the ftp server runs from the camera, during the test and timed events...
Here's a pix of the failure message, which I believe confirms this...

Note that earlier I changed default HTTP from port 80 to 1819 and I just changed it all back to 80, in case this was the cause of the FTP Connect Error.. but it wasn't....

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billaustin
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The FTP server runs on the device that will be storing the data files.
The device sending the data files needs a FTP client so that it can connect to the FTP server.

The port you changed on the camera only affects HTTP access to the camera.


billaustin
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reply to Jan Janowski
Don't worry about Pings and Traceroutes. You will never be able to reach the devices on the downstream (192) network. The router is designed to prevent such activity. That is why you need to do port forwarding to enable outside access.

Focus on getting the FTP service working on the NAS box, and being able to connect to it with Filezilla. Once that is done, then you can move forward with what you want to accomplish.