Port Forwarding

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Spidey01
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Port Forwarding

This was posted on the PC-BSD forums and I thought it deserved to be spread around a bit Smile

http://www.portforward.com/default.htm

nice list of ports

may be useful for any one needing to find the info for those games quickly.

SAS_WIZ
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nice

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Woa it even lists Aleph One... wicked nice.

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A nice find, Spidey. So I printed pages and pages, to open up my #¤%##" D-Link 624 to the world.

But all the trouble for nothing: My ISP can only provide me with dynamic IP -- I can't make it static. And therefore the print-outs are filed in the recycle bin.

SAS_will nevah surrender the server-idea_Rouge

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Darn it

SAS_En4cer
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Not so fast Rouge...

You have another option. If you looking for a Static IP address... there is a website... called NO-IP.com I think... if not google it... you will find it... they will provide static IP addresses that are linked to your Dynamic IP... they use a monitoring program that watches how your DIP changes and they correct the route to your SIP on an ongoing basis...

It works real good if you want a Static IP... but your ISP only gives you a Dynamic one... cause all queries to the Static they provide are forwarded to the Dynamic you own...

Can be helpful....

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