How can I get signals onto port 80?

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  1. Posts : 88
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    How can I get signals onto port 80?


    version 1909 (OS Build18363.1379)
    Hi,
    I am trying to stream a video picture onto a website.

    I am trying to use a program called pagekite to do this.

    Pagekite is run by one man who knows nothing about windows.

    I have managed to get the video to show on my local url 192.168.0.26
    I understand this means it should be on the localhost 80?
    Somehow by turning windows features on/off (going to
    How to Install IIS on Windows 8 or Windows 10
    and following instructions on how to open IIS on windows 10 I now have the IIS website showing on my host 80 (I think)
    I have a python page opened up (supplied by pagekite) that should forward the information on my port 80 to the website rbarton.pagekite.me]IIS Windows.
    If I close the python page the website /rbarton.pagekite.me IIS Windows closes so it is me that is opening it.

    Can someone help me put my url 192.168.0.26 onto the localhost 80 so it can be forwarded to my website?
    thanks,
    Bob.

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    If I put ipconfig/all into my command prompt I can see that my IPv4 Address is 192.168.0.12 (preferred) and the IIS web page is showing on there?
    I assume this is what my localhost 80 is looking at?
    Somehow I either want to get the IP address 192.168.0.12 to look at my camera or localhost 80 to look at 192.168.0.,26 where my camera is showing?
    Does that make sense?
    Bob.
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  2. Posts : 8,183
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    Local ports are more offten set as eith localhost or 127.0.0.1
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  3. Posts : 88
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    Thread Starter
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    The local url my camera is on is 192.168.0.26 if I put that in my explorer I can see the video picture.
    I assumed this was picked up by the localhost port 80.
    The pagekite software is forwarding port 80 to my website at rbarton.pagekite.me/
    if you precede that with http:// you can see it (hopefully).
    What I want to do is get the information that is on 192.168.0.26 (my camera output) onto (I assume) port 80. At present I assume it has the information that I can see on 192.168.0.12 which for some reason is the ISS website?
    Is there any way of
    1. removing the ISS website from my local url 192.168.0.12
    2. putting the content of the local url 192.168.0.26 onto port 80?
    Thanks,
    Bob.
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  4. Posts : 8,183
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    I would change port 80 to another port as its most used form browsers so you may get conflict 8080 is the other port less used
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  5. Posts : 32,103
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    bob 1954 said:
    Somehow I either want to get the IP address 192.168.0.12 to look at my camera or localhost 80 to look at 192.168.0.,26 where my camera is showing?
    Does that make sense?
    It's not a simple matter of connecting pagekite to the ip address of your webcam. You need to stream your webcam over the http protocol, and create a web page on your web server that has a link to this stream. Here's a article that describes how you can do that with VLC.

    The following “How To” describes an easy method of using VLC as a simple video streamer to enable a live video stream (Eg web-cam) via VLC to be streamed from a web server across a local LAN or the Internet.
    VLC HowTo/Stream to a website (simple version) - VideoLAN Wiki
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  6. Posts : 88
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    Thread Starter
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    Hi Bree,
    I have tried for a few hours now to get VLC to work.
    I can't even get it to show the video I am using,
    I can see the video signal on 192.168.0.26 where the software sends it wifi to my server.
    Every method I try to get it to show on VLC either just ignores me or shuts the VLC?
    If I open the address 192.168.0.26 on my phone I see the video as my phone is connected wifi to my server.

    The page you sent me to starts by showing how to stream what is showing on the VLC to a website. Towards the bottom it then shows how to get the video onto the VLC.
    I get as far as the second paragraph of 'now for VLC'
    'Check play locally box Check or select/add http box LEAVE the ADDRESS FIELD BLANK!!'
    I can't find any 'play locally box'

    My video is already on my local server and the pagekite software is sending a page from my local server to a web site all I want to do is connect the two up?
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  7. Posts : 32,103
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    I've put out a request for others more skilled in streaming than me to come and help...
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  8. Posts : 88
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    Thread Starter
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    Thank you Bree, I am off to nod now but I will look in in the morning
    Bob.
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  9. Posts : 88
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    Thread Starter
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    Sorry if I am not supposed to 'bump' threads but I am just wondering Bree managed to find someone who could help me with this problem?
    Thanks,
    Bob.
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  10. Posts : 32,103
    10 Home x64 (22H2) (10 Pro on 2nd pc)
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    bob 1954 said:
    Sorry if I am not supposed to 'bump' threads but I am just wondering Bree managed to find someone who could help me with this problem?
    I think it's permissible, having waited patiently for this long. I've just 'bumped' my request for help, so let's see.....
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