Yes, that's what I'm saying.
I'm able to view the Dlink remotely, yes, using their software. And no, I've never been able to view these Foscam cameras remotely (any ip camera I have, other than the Dlink), regardless of what software I've used.
That's what I don't understand, how Dlink is able to "get around" whatever it is Bell does to block things from my end.
I honestly don't know how to describe or state the situation any better, you cannot see anything on my network from the outside, yet the Dlink camera works (with their software), as does Teamviewer.
If I can see the camera through those versions of software, why can't I do so myself. Again, no network expert here. Have no trouble at my end, all computers, Windows, Linux, Raspberry Pi, work and play nice together, just need a way to see ip cameras remotely, which so far has proven impossible.
Reading back through this thread should give all the necessary "details".
"If so, the D-link software on the camera is establishing a tunnel for you in concert with the mydlink software on your Android phone."
That's what I would like to achieve, yet absolutely nothing has worked. For the last couple of years I've tried every tutorial possible to access ip cameras, and none of them work. My network is not visible to the outside world, but, I'll say once again, Dlink is doing it (making it posible for me to see their camera remotely), so is Teamviewer. What I don't understand, is how Dlink are able to give me access to their camera, attached to my network, and I can't (nobody can) access a ip camera on my network. Hope that clears things up?
If they can "tunnel" into my network, why can't I "tunnel" out.