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Re: ddt-client

On Sun, 2002-05-26 at 16:40, dman wrote:
> On Sun, May 26, 2002 at 12:36:01PM -0400, Scott Henson wrote:
> | On Sun, 2002-05-26 at 10:45, Rob Weir wrote:
> | > On Sat, May 25, 2002 at 04:28:26PM -0400, Scott Henson wrote:
> | > > I am trying to get a ddt acount up and running, but I am running into
> | > > some problems.  I have this D-link cable router (DI-704) that I have
> | > > between me and the internet.  I was wondering if anyone had experience
> | > > setting up ddt-client to update my ddt account through this router.  I
> | > > have tried both setting up the router to forward 1052 to my computer(I
> | > > dont know if it is trying to forward 1052/tcp or 1052/upd like it
> | > > should).  I also tried setting my computer as the dmz host, but nothing
> | > > seems to work like it should.  I am running a testing system with the
> | > > ddt-client from sid(0.5.6 if Im not mistaken).  Thanks for any help.
> | > 
> | > [I do use ddt, but I don't have cable, so I doubt I can help.]
> | > 
> | > Do you have a real IP, or is the cable router masquerading?
> | 
> | Its masquerading and Im using port forwarding.  What is weird is that my
> | smtp port is working because I can receive mail, but aparently the http
> | port is not working because people cannot access my web page.  I am
> | using adelphia cable as my ISP.  Im pretty much stumped on why smtp will
> | work, but http and ddt will not work.  Any ideas?
> Does your ISP do any packet filtering?  Is there a host outside of
> your network you can use to test the connection at the TCP/UDP level?

I dont think it does, but I have to call them and find out for sure.  I
have friends who are outside my network, but most have windows boxes. 
If someone would volunteer to check it for me, I would be much
appreciative.  sandm.hn.org will get my ip address.  The only thing that
makes sense is that my isp is firewalling port 80 because of all those
IIS servers running and getting infected by worms.  The reason I think
this is cause smtp and pop get through just fine.  But that would make
no sense as to why 1052 would not work for ddt.  Any other ideas?

-Peace kid
  Scott Henson	shenson2@wvu.edu

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