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Apple Routers use a tool called AirPort Utility for router configuration.

  1. Launch AirPort Utility from the Utilities folder from within Applications on your Mac. If you are on a PC and using an Apple router, be sure that AirPort Utility has been downloaded and installed from www.apple.com.
  2. There are two different versions of AirPort Utility.

AirPort Utility (5.x)

  1. Click on your AirPort Express or AirPort Extreme from the left sidebar.
  2. At the top of the window, click the Internet button.
  3. lick the DHCP button near the top of the window.
  4. Click the small “+” button beneath the DHCP Reservation section.
  5. Enter the following information on the DHCP Reservation Setup Assistant panel.
    • Description: Insteon Wi-Fi Camera
      If you have more than one Wi-Fi camera, use a name that is unique and descriptive of it's location in your home.
    • Reserve Address: MAC Address
  6. When finished, click Continue.
  7. Enter the following information on the next page of the DHCP Reservation Setup Assistant panel. You will need to pick an IP Address that is not already in use. We suggest something like 10.0.1.222. Make note of this address as you will need it later. You can find your Wi-Fi camera's MAC Address on the underside of the camera.
    • If your camera will be connected with an ethernet cable, enter the MAC Address from the larger label.
    • If your camera will be connected with Wi-Fi, enter the MAC Address from the smaller label. This label may also state 'Wi-Fi MAC.'
      • MAC Address: 00:AA:00:AA:00:AA
      • IPv4 Address: 10.0.1.222
    • When finished, click Done.
  8. Click the NAT button at the top of the window.
  9. Click the Configure Port Mappings button.
  10. Click the small “+” button beneath the Port Mappings section.
  11. Fill out the fields for your Wi-Fi Camera. The Public and Private TCP Ports should match the port displayed by your Camera. Leave the Service menu and UDP Ports blank. The Private IP Address is the one that you wrote down previously. When finished, click Continue.
  12. Enter the same description as that used in Step 5 and click Done.
  13. At the bottom of the configuration panel, click the Update button. Your router will restart. You should also restart your Wi-Fi Camera by disconnecting and reconnecting it to power.

To test your connection, turn off Wi-Fi on your smartphone and attempt to view your camera. If you can control and monitor your camera when not using Wi-Fi, then everything has been successfully configured. If not, something unforeseen may be complicating matters and we suggest that you contact Insteon Support for troubleshooting.

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AirPort Utility (6.x)

Common Problems & Fixes For Port Forwarding. Of PcWinTech.com. Port forwarding can sometimes be a rather big pain in the butt. Depending on which router the person has (Some routers are easier than others at setting up port forwarding rules) it can be easy to setup, but not easy to get working. The port forwarding section is listed under the Network tab and labeled Port Settings. To create a new forwarding rule, click the Plus (+) button. The following sheet might look daunting, but it. Port forwarding – sometimes referred to as tunnelling – involves opening a network port from one network node to another. This technique enables another user to reach a port on your router.

  1. Click on your AirPort Express or AirPort Extreme.
  2. Click on the Edit button on the popup that appears.
  3. At the top of the panel that drops down, click the Network button.
  4. Click the small “+” button beneath the DHCP Reservation section.
  5. Fill out the fields for your Wi-Fi Camera. You will need to pick an IP Address that is not already in use. We suggest something like 10.0.1.222. Make note of this address as you will need it later. You can find your Wi-Fi Camera's MAC Address on the bottom of the camera.
    • Description: Insteon Wi-Fi Camera
      • If you have more than one Wi-Fi camera, use a name that is unique and descriptive of it's location in your home.
    • Reserve Address: MAC Address
    • MAC Address: 00:AA:00:AA:00:AA
    • IPv4 Address: 10.0.1.222
      • If your camera will be connected with an ethernet cable, enter the MAC Address from the larger label.
        • If your camera will be connected with Wi-Fi, enter the MAC Address from the smaller label. This label may also state 'Wi-Fi MAC.'
    • When finis hed, click Save.
  6. Click the small “+” button beneath the Port Settings section.
  7. Fill out the fields for your Wi-Fi Camera. The Public and Private TCP Ports should match the port displayed by your Camera. Leave the UDP Ports blank. The Private IP Address is the one that you wrote down in the previous step.
  8. When finished, click Save.
  9. At the bottom of the configuration panel, click the Update button. Your router will restart. You should also restart your camera by disconnecting and reconnecting it to power.
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To test your connection, turn off Wi-Fi on your smartphone and attempt to view your camera. If you can control and monitor your camera when not using Wi-Fi, then everything has been successfully configured. If not, something unforeseen may be complicating matters and we suggest that you contact Insteon Support for troubleshooting.

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  • Open a new web browser on a device connected to your Hub and type 192.168.1.254 in the address bar. This will open the Hub Manager
  • Click Advanced Settings
  • Click Firewall
  • Enter the admin password. Unless you've previously changed it, you'll find the default password on your Hub settings card on the back of your Hub. If you have changed it and now forgotten it, you can use the password override feature by click on Help to set up a new password without losing all your personal Hub settings and configuration.
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  • Click 'Create a new port forwarding rule'
  • Enter a name for the port forwarding rule you want to set up (for example, 'My webserver')
  • Select the device you want the port forwarding rule to apply to
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  • Choose from the available devices and click Set
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  • Enter the external and internal port number range. The default external and internal port that is used for HTTP webserver is port 80, this may vary depending on how you’re set up. You will need to check the documentation provided from the hardware manufacturer, software/service provider or contact your IT support to identify the port range
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  • Select the protocol appropriate to the rule you are adding, and click Set