QVIS DVR Port Forwarding and Networking Details

Having trouble with your QVIS DVR because of the QVIS DVR Port Forwarding for remote viewing from your app? Have a look at some of the default settings vs our recommended settings below and try to resolve your issue yourself. If you’re still having difficulties, we are able to provide a QVIS DVR Port Forwarding Remote Fix.

The default Ports for each range are

QVIS i-Series/DAHUA DVRs
HTTP = 80 (TCP)
TCP = 37777
UDP = 37778

QVIS Discovery/LX/ICloud/Avalon/Atlantis
HTTP = 80 (TCP)
MEDIA = 34567
MOBILE = 34599

There are various problems when using Port 80 for HTTP, due to this being the default Web Service port it clashes with other services/applications – so we would advise to change this to another FREE port. In addition to this leaving it at PORT 80 provides a security risk for people hacking into your CCTV Cameras

For ease of programming we suggest to use a range of ports in numerical order – from experience we suggest to use these ports

QVIS i-Series/DAHUA DVRs
HTTP = 37779
TCP = 37777
UDP = 37778

QVIS Discovery/LX/ICloud/Avalon/Atlantis
HTTP = 37770
MEDIA = 37771
MOBILE Monitor = 37772

By using ports like this means usually you will be able to create a single Port Forwarding Rule within the router, should now be able to create a rule to cover Port From – Port To for Both Protocols .

Port From 37777 Port To 37779 Protocol BOTH(TCP/UDP)
Port From 37770 Port To 37772 Protocol BOTH(TCP/UDP)

We have a vast experience programming QVIS DVRs and broadband routers. We have configured most of the current ranges of broadband routers available on the market, so have already come across most of the individual issues arising from the different ranges of routers/modems. We are confident we can configure any QVIS DVR remotely for access via Laptop or Mobile CCTV APP.

If you’re still having difficulties, ordering our QVIS DVR Port Forwarding Remote Fix for just £42 will solve this issue for you in less than one hour.

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