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Having problems with DC++ v.s. Linux Firewall

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Salvador Balí

Salvador Balí

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Dear Gurus! :tazz:

I would like to configure DC++, but unfortunatelly I only could do it in passive mode. My computer is part of a LAN, protected by a Debian Linux 2.4 firewall. I tried to do several things, such as modifying the IPTABLES entry, but unfortunatelly the maximum that I could reach is to connect in passive mode.

Is it possible to connect in active mode?
Please write me the exact command I have to type in in my Linux firewall, as I really not an advanced in Linux, so I only know the most basic things.

subnet mask:
external IP:
internal firewall IP:
internal workstation IP:

Thank you, in advance

Balázs Kiss
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