Currently Being ModeratedFeb 17, 2013 6:29 PM (in response to mattrunner)
Hi Matt - Can you clarify please? Which device is doing the NAT for your network? The Airport or the Server?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 18, 2013 12:53 AM (in response to mattrunner)
Thank you for reply.
The Server is used to do the NAT. The Airport is used as an access point for the other devices connected direcly to the server on the second ethernet interface.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 20, 2013 8:10 PM (in response to mattrunner)
I typically work with Sonicwall firewalls which have all kinds of nifty tools built in, so not very familiar with the goings on in OS X Server firewall. I wonder if the application NMap might be of some use to you. Its open source and the free front end ZenMap puts a GUI on it. You can find them at: http://nmap.org http://nmap.org/zenmap/
I've ran into a couple of IP cameras that wouldn't work with anything but Internet Explorer on Windows. I presume yours is not one of those.
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 28, 2013 11:45 AM (in response to mattrunner)
Sorry for the delay. I have installed and tryed using nmap but the result of the command sudo nmap -sS 192.168.1.1 show me some opened port, but the two ports that i must open and I have specifyed (8070 tcp and 8075 tcp) using the Osx Control Panel does not appear . I don't really know what to do....
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 28, 2013 11:55 AM (in response to mattrunner)
Matt - Sorry you are still having problems. When you turn off the firewall, can you get to the cam?
Currently Being ModeratedFeb 28, 2013 12:49 PM (in response to mattrunner)
Matt- I found a post on another thread by UptimeJeff regarding this issue. He provided some very interesting information. The article looks very interesting. Have a look:
Sounds like the issue is the server's adaptive firewall..
You may need to whitelist specific IPs.
This page should get you started