I suggest using port 8005 for the camera, for port forwarding and for the iPhone app.
You have to activate DynDns ONLY for the camera but not for your Router. I am using Zxyel Router with Dynamic IP, therefore you have to fix your cameras IP before you start.
Get your activated DynDns host account and enter on your camera settings
You should get :DynDns Succeed http:// your host name.com:8005
On your router
1 - Activate Port Forwarding using your camera's IP with 8005 port.
2 - Cancel the Fire wall
3 - Activate UPnP (even you get (UPnP Failed: Rejected by UPnP Device, Maybe Port Conflict)
Make sure you restart your router after changing any setting after saving the change.
And finally you have to try from another WI-FI or (3G) network to connect your camera over the internet on your iPhone or on your PC ( using same local machine or same WI-FI will create error)
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I have a working draft here that you can freely modify:
http://www.bioneural.net/2011/05/15/ios ... m-fi8908w/
It's built with iWebkit in an effort to mimic a native iPhone app.
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Are you referring to the firewall on the router only?
Or do I need to adjust the modem and OS?
I'm wading through this process.
My Belkin router is a F7D1301 v1
Should I be listing 2 ports? Or should use the same number for inbound port and private port?
These are the choices Belkin gives me.
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