Heres a rundown own the steps you need to go through, I'll take you through more of the detail below.
If you want to be able to view your webcam from the internet outside your home network, there are a couple of other steps you'll need to take:
Theres a limitation with the android OS we have to get around round first though. All ports below 100 are restricted so by default you'll have to serve your site through port 8080. To get around this you'll either have to
Most routers don't have much in the way of configuration options so unless you are using dd-wrt or similar, its unlikely that you'll be able to redirect traffic to port 8080. I have a guide here on how to set-up a domain name with your router, but unfortunately you'll probably be stuck with an address to access you webcam like:
unless you can find a service to do this for you or you have access to another server to do this.
If you have access to an apache server you can easily set up a ProxyPass to forward traffic to your webcam. You can capture the requests via a subdomain and then forward them on to your webcams network IP address (e.g. 192.168.0.23):
<VirtualHost *:80> ProxyPass / http://Internal-IP:8080/ ProxyPassReverse / http://Internal-IP:8080/ ServerName webcam.yoursite.com </VirtualHost>
Once this has all been setup you will be seamlessly served your webcam images through your sub-domain URL.