I've got FreeBSD 4.4-RELEASE as gateway. I can receive file transfers
(MSN Messenger/IRC) from outside to inside but i'm unable to send file
transfers from inside to outside...
What do i need to do to make file transfers working?
The easiest workaround IMHO is using proxy/socks, portmapping is tooQuote:> I've got FreeBSD 4.4-RELEASE as gateway. I can receive file transfers
> (MSN Messenger/IRC) from outside to inside but i'm unable to send file
> transfers from inside to outside...
> What do i need to do to make file transfers working?
A GNU socks5 server. you can find it here:
NWSL's socks5 on /usr/ports/net/socks5
Configure the socks5 server well to avoid abuse, e.g. open socks abuse.
> NWSL's socks5 on /usr/ports/net/socks5
> Configure the socks5 server well to avoid abuse, e.g. open socks abuse.
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My WinXP clients are connected to a redhat 7.2 gateway, wich is connected to
the internet through ADSL.
On that gateway i'm using IPTables /NAT and DHCP for my clients.
Now i have the following problem:
When my WinXP Clients use MSN messenger, they are able to chat, but
can't take advantage of the other features of MSN, such as a Voice
Maybe there are some mods which i can use to support this. I know that MSN
messenger makes the voice connection between clients through hotmail, and
the ports will be dynamic.
Can anyone help me out here ??
I already checked the conntrack mods, but i can't find anything about MSN
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