Eric, to view an IP camera over the internet, typically you configure the camera with an alternate http port such as 1024, then create a port forwarding rule on the router. To access the camera you would use http://wanipaddress:1024 as example.
If you want a separate WAN address to the cameras, a lot of times this is represented through an IP alias or a form of one to one NAT. I am not familiar enough with the ASA to give the command output or a correct answer (I support the SX300 switches only).
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