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PostPosted: Mar 25th, 2008, 4:09am    Post subject: Port Fowarding? Reply with quote

Hi, I have a somewhat similar question to what lhamil64 asked here:
http://www.b6sw.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=267

I am currently using these types of TCP/IP clients and servers. On any dialup computer they work fine, but on a high speed connection they always register the "IP to connect to" as 192.168.1.100, which is the router standard. Does anyone know how I can connect to these programs from an outside computer, *meaning how can i get this ip to be usable like the dial up example*

Thank you for any help
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PostPosted: Mar 25th, 2008, 8:08am    Post subject: Re: Port Fowarding? Reply with quote

Hello,

I copied and pasted the following link that I got from the Run BASIC forum. The exact procedure depends on the router you're using; the article uses a Linksys as an example.

http://www.home-network-help.com/port-forwarding.html

If you have a D-Link, I might be able to walk you through it.

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PostPosted: Mar 25th, 2008, 4:07pm    Post subject: Re: Port Fowarding? Reply with quote

Hi, Thanks for the link... based on the information there i guess im basicly example 1.

Edit: Sorry I never refreshed the page and missed the picture under this example.


I do have another question however.. does anyone know of a way to automate this process. I know there are programs that do this so it must be posible.

ex. https://portforward.com/store/pfconfig.cgi

Thanks for any informationn
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