I have a NAS which also works as a web server. Using a service to redirect a domain to my non fixed IP has been working fine.
Now the said NAS has the ability to connect IP cameras, and pick up the video stream and display it record it and so on.
Now the problem seems to be, the IP cameras (I have only one) also have a web interface. So if I connect it to my network, although the NAS can see it fine, I can't access my webserver or mailserver. In fact at one point I saw the camera web UI instead. So I think I have two devices responding when I browse to that domain.
Hope that makes sense.
So, I don't want the camera to respond when I browse to the domain, I can see it via the server. So I cahnged the camera to respond on port 8080 instead of port 80. It seems to have worked.
Can anyone confirm my theory is right, and the fix is the right thing to do?
In fact has anyone else done stuff like this before?