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Noble app

Post by Savage66 » Mon Jun 29, 2020 10:38 am

Have an iPhone and blue iris app was working now the part that allows you to see cameras remotely doesn’t work.When on site it works fine checked WAN and it’s correct the port is same as LAN tried to turn WiFi off then on turned phone off then On no luck
Please advise thanks
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Re: Noble app

Post by terk » Mon Jun 29, 2020 6:07 pm

Remote mobile viewing is only available if you have opened a port in the firewall (security risk) or if you have setup a VPN server on your firewall and connect to that first with something like OpenVPN. Which way have you tried?
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Re: Noble app

Post by Matts1984 » Tue Jun 30, 2020 12:25 pm

And to go with that, it's most likely that your server IP on your LAN is not routable so it would need a different external IP when accessing remotely.
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Re: Noble app

Post by sparkzter » Tue Jun 30, 2020 2:57 pm

lets assume
1)your external IP address of your home is 123.456.789.123
2)your blue iris IP is
3)and you blue iris is using port 80

Inside your home network you can access BI on (80 is the normal http port, so isn't really required to enter it as be the same thing)

as Matt mentioned its likely your ISP will block port 80 to your house..even if they didn't you probably would want to use it, so in your router, you need to forward another port(lets say port 99 for example) to the end result would be if you went to 123.456.789.123:99 outside of your home network, it would be the same as inside your network.

your config for the app in this example would be:

external 123.456.789.123:99
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