I have placed a second router behind the router supplied by my ISP to gain wireless access. Ive done this as a matter of principle because my ISP wants to charge a monthly fee for clicking a button to enable the wireless function already built in to the router they supplied. I'm fairly tech savvy and already had a wireless router available to use, I even managed to gain remote access to my security cameras that were connected to the second router, and all my wireless devices can connect and use the internet. Yesterday I upgraded the speed of my service and a tech installed a new router. I connected everything the same way, ethernet cable from LAN port on first router to INTERNET/WAN port on second. My devices connect and have internet access through the second router, but I can't get access to my security cameras remotely. I can't remember if I'd forwarded a port on the first router in the original setup in order to get in to the second router, but I know I wouldn't have done much more than that. Can anyone offer suggestions on how to remotely access my security cameras connected to the second router?