Yes, I have read the sticky as well as several other posts and forums in addition to the directions when I signed up for dyndns.
ISP: Embarq DSL
1. Zyxel EQ-660R modem
2. Linksys BEFW 11S4
3. Trendnet Wireless Internet Camera Server TV-IP110W
4. Toshiba Laptop running Vista
1. I have the trendnet software but all hardware is accessible through IE
2. DYNDNS Updater
I had absolutely no problem setting up the camera on the LAN following the directions that came with the camera. Its assigned IP is 192.168.1.30.
I have found so many posts and forums online about getting this (and other) camera servers online that I feel like I've tried every combination of solutions but since nothing has worked, I'm obviously missing something.
When I first signed up for the dyndns service, my name flatknees.dyndns.org would point to my router but now it does not even do that.
I have opened the firewall on the modem and on windows. I have changed the NAT settings on the modem. I have bridged (and then unbridged when it didn't work) the modem on a suggestion found in the camera's feedback. I have assigned 3 different port numbers to the camera (and changed all the appropriate forwarding in the router and the modem).
I have used the dyndns port tool at https://www.dyndns.com/support/tools/openport.html
to try and determine if ports are blocked and currently only 80 is OPEN and doesn't TIMEOUT. No matter what combination of disabled firewalls, forwarded ports, and random port picking, the others that I've picked do not get a response of OPEN.
My understanding is that I should assign a port number (recommended larger than 1024 for a camera behind a NAT modem which I assume I have) to my camera, forward the ports on the router and the modem to that IP address and I should be able to access it from the Internet using flatknees.dyndns.org:portnumber if the port isn't being blocked.
If all of that is correct, I am at my wit's end trying to figure out why the larger ports stay blocked and why the flatknees.dyndns.org doesn't work at all.
I hope this post isn't TOO vague...I've tried literally dozens and dozens of combos...am working on my 6th straight hour at the computer with this "project"...was trying to give as much info as possible without writing an actual book of my every move in the last 6 hours. Any and all help is appreciated...