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I use Trend as antivirus (frewall), have a Linksyskrouter, use Mirc612 (advised by the autor of the fileserver), as fileserver I use Panzer2.4.The OS XP with SP2. When someone triggers my fileserver he gets 'unable to connect'. I use 2 clients and when I trigger the fileserver wth the 2° client it works.
The DCC-ports from the fileserver and the router are both 1028 and 5000, are this the right ports ?

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The DCC-ports from the fileserver and the router are both 1028 and 5000, are this the right ports ?
How come if someone triggers the fileserver he gets 'unable to connect'. ?

Edited by Henky, 26 March 2007 - 01:41 PM.

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