Uniview Can Not Live View Remotely

We have a Uniview IPC262ER9 tag camera. Usually we go back to the site a couple times and adjust these to make sure we have them set up properly for tags. Exposure, IR, etc.

I figured, hey we forward ports anyway (Let's not go down that road) so lets just forward this camera so we can access remotely. So I did and we can get to the camera, I just can get an error saying we can not play live video.

downloaded all requested plug ins

IE ( 2 computers)

Works fine locally, and is working fine on NVR

Can navigate all menus

Using standard http port 80

(I plan on disabling this once camera is configured)

We would really like to get this fixed so we can adjust remotely at night.

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