EA3500 and DDNS

I'm trying to set up the DVR digital surveillance.

By education I select dwddns.net, set port 8245 DDNS server and the name of the DVR. I click on check (which I guess see if the name is availble) then I'm supposed to enter dvrname.dwddns.netortnumber in the Internet browser and I'm supposed to be able to access the DVR. Is there some setting that needs to be entered into the EA3500?

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Hi Techcoor. Have you checked if these ports are already open? Go to www.ping.eu and go to check port. Make sure that the firmware of the router is up-to-date. I'm not familiar with the DVR. I suggest that you consult your manufacturer in this regard. I'm sure they can give you workarounds.

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