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kipni 30th May 2003 22:00

port forwarding
 
i want to set up a ftp server
yeah i know it isn't legal,

zo i'm behind a broadband router (us robotics)

my internet connection is telenet

what do i have to do,

first of all i have to enable port forwarding in the router but i don't know how,

i've looked for a couple of hours on the internet for howto's but nothing found

pls help me

jmke 30th May 2003 22:07

brand & model & website of us robotics router please :)

kipni 30th May 2003 22:47

U.S. Robotics Broadband Router (Model # USR8000, Version V1.23)

http://www.usr-emea.com/loc-index.asp?loc=emea

Dial_Up 30th May 2003 23:26

Re: port forwarding
 
Quote:

Originally posted by kipni
i want to set up a ftp server
yeah i know it isn't legal

As far as I know, setting up an FTP server isn't illegal at all..

it all depends on de contents.

jmke 30th May 2003 23:34

telenet forbids running servers that are able to be connected to throught their cable :)

kipni 31st May 2003 08:26

jmke is right
but i still haven't got an answer how i have to do it

jmke 31st May 2003 11:04

is there a webadmin tool for that router?

Bosw8er 31st May 2003 11:11

what happens when you click

http://192.168.1.1

?

jmke 31st May 2003 11:20

some need a specific port like
http://192.168.1.1:8080

or http://192.168.0.1:8080
or http://192.168.0.1
http://192.168.1.254
http://192.168.1.254:8080
http://192.168.0.254
http://192.168.0.254:8080

:)

etc
check the manual of the router

kipni 31st May 2003 11:38

yes there is a webadmin

do i have to post some pictures of it?
so you can see what i have to do

for going into the webadmin 192.168.123.254

Bosw8er 31st May 2003 11:50

There should be a forwarding tab somewhere

like forward ports "xxxx" to "xxxx" to "IP of ftp server".

"IP of server" should have a fixed IP ... no DHCP !

kipni 31st May 2003 12:35

here the pics
hopefully you'll find the answer


virtual server





sorry for the big pictures

hopefully you can help me

greeeeetz

jmke 31st May 2003 12:52

Virtual server tab

what you did there is good
Server IP: is IP of the PC you want people to FTP to

service port: 21 , is okay if only telenet people need to connect to it

if you want everybody to able to connect
change the port in your FTP server to 2121
and in the Virtual server tab, change the 21 to 2121

=)

kipni 31st May 2003 13:02

and is this all i have to do?

what with my ip from telenet that changes constantly?

jmke 31st May 2003 13:06

that you , unfortantely, cannot change
be sure to give them the correct IP each time =)

WAN IP can be found here
http://users.pandora.be/kipni/pc%20stuff/home.JPG

kipni 31st May 2003 13:10

and that's the ip i have to give to the people who want to go to my ftp server? with the 2121 port isn't it?

jmke 31st May 2003 13:14

correct!

Bosw8er 31st May 2003 13:34

Or install something like "no-ip" if you like a fixed IP.
You set up something like "kipniftp.no-ip.org" and the people that want to connect use that url AND the port 2121 to access your server. You do not have to bother about the dynamic IP telenet gives you. The no-ip-client redirects them to your current IP.

... it's free and easy.

jmke 31st May 2003 13:52

cool, I didn't know it worked behind a firewall/router :super:

Bosw8er 31st May 2003 14:04

Quote:

Originally posted by jmke
cool, I didn't know it worked behind a firewall/router :super:
Only had to adjust the software firewall for no-ip.
No settings to change in the router itself.

I never had any problem with it.

tom 31st May 2003 16:05

<offtopic>

usr interface looks like smc :)

</offtopic>


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