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Tyler



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Tyler
Here's the config I've got so far but it's not working. If I have to, there is an option to let all unsolicited traffic go directly to my pc, but that seems a little dangerous.


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Post 25 Jan 2010, 00:44
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f0dder



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Tyler wrote:
If I have to, there is an option to let all unsolicited traffic go directly to my pc, but that seems a little dangerous.
It is - you definitely don't want to do this.

There's a few things...

1) HTTP is TCP-only, so specify that rather than "both".
2) on some routers, creating the port forwarding rules aren't enough, you'll need to activate them as well.
3) your router might have some "firewall" options blocking HTTP, FTP, TELNET by default.
4) if you're really unlucky, port 80 will be reserved for management interface and is thus can't be forwarded; never came across this, thuogh.
5) you might need to tweak firewall settings on the LAN computer.
Post 25 Jan 2010, 01:07
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