Setting up FTP with router

  scooby43 17:59 04 Sep 2004

click here

hi just to make it easier I have this posted in the helproom aswell link is above.

  Forum Editor 00:40 05 Sep 2004

It's best to stick to one forum area, and I've locked your other thread.

You say that you have tried to set up an ftp with your router - what exactly do you mean by that? FTP is used to transfer files, usually website files, from a development computer to a web server or the other way around. The router shouldn't interfere with this process at all. Can you explain in more detail?

  scooby43 15:30 05 Sep 2004

I was trying to set up my router mate like I have done with games but I was struggling to get it to work. I had to make an inbound rule for the router to then forward it.

  scooby43 15:31 05 Sep 2004

I sent you an email FE :)

  Forum Editor 20:49 05 Sep 2004

I've received no email from you, but looking at your email address my guess is that our mailserver spam filter has quarantined your message. Your address is an alpha-numeric one of the type that makes mailserver filters suspicious.

You say you "had to make an inbound rule for the router to then forward it"

Forward what?

You have a router then surely you need to then forward any incoming traffic to the server, like with games servers and FTP. Then you need a program that would then become the FTP software.

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