The UrsalinkVPN allows you to remotely access your camera by setting UrsalinkVPN as VPN server, and then connecting UR32 and Monitor Center to UrsalinkVPN.
UrsalinkVPN Server Configuration
Install UrsalinkVPN on a server with Ubuntu 16.04 OS, click here to download install package.
For more information about installation and usage please refer to UrsalinkVPN user guide.
- Server service port: 1194, 18443, 18080
- Server web GUI address: https://public IP:18443/
- Default account: admin/password
After login to UrsalinkVPN, you can fill in server’s public IP address to "Listen IP" and copy the "Authorization Code".
Enter the certificate name in "Certificate Name" and click "Create & Download".
After the certificate is being successfully loaded, it's suggusted to change one parameter of it. By default settings, the data transmission will go with global traffic forwarding.
Change redirect-gateway def1 to route 192.168.0.0 255.255.0.0 as below.
Go to “Maintenance > Tools > Ping” to check if the router is able to access the Internet.
Go to “System > Device Management > UrsalinkVPN”, configure the server parameters and click Connect and Apply.
- Server: UrsalinkVPN Server’s public IP
- Port: 18443 （Default service port）
- Authorization Code : Authorization code of the UrsalinkVPN server
- Device Name: Custom
Router is successfully connected.
Monitor Center Configuration
Click here to download standard OpenVPN software to your computer and upload the certificate to path“/OpenVPN/config”.
Note: If you install openVPN under disk C, please run OpenVPN with administrative mode.
Monitor center is successfully connected to UrsalinkVPN server.
Check if monitor center is able to ping router’s tunnel IP, LAN IP and IPC Ethernet port IP.
Ping Router's Tunnel IP
Ping Router's LAN IP
Ping IPC's LAN IP