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Airport Extreme port forwarding Launch Airport Utility Click "Edit" Select "Network" Click the (+) Symbol under "Port Settings"
5. Enter the monitor's Private IP address and Port number (This information is located on the iBaby app Setup>Camera Information)
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Attention: For the public UDP/TCP port and the private UDP/TCP port, use the same 5 digit Port number. Make sure to change the Private IP address to the one listed on the iBaby app.
TabletTV Plus Setting up with an Airport Extreme
Setting up an Apple Airport Extreme for use with TabletTV Plus
Plug your Airport Extreme into a spare Ethernet port on your router. Open Airport Utility, click on the Setting up an Apple Airport Extreme for to: use with TabletTV Plus Airport Extreme, select Edit, Select Network and set Router Mode Off (Bridge Mode) and then click Update. Your Airport Extreme is now part of ,your router network. Airport Extreme , select Edit Select Network And set Router Mode to: Off (Bridge Mode) and then click
Update. Your Airport Extreme is now part of your router network. Plug your Airport Extreme into a spare Ethernet port on your router. Open Airport Utility, click on the
p.s. You will likely need to run a Cat 5 or 5e (or Cat 6) Ethernet cable from the router to the Airport Extreme since they are likely in different locations within the home.
Please note: You will likely need to run a Cat 5 or 5e (or Cat 6) Ethernet cable from the router to the Airport Extreme since ...