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Old 03-28-2003, 07:43 PM  
- PzY -
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Default What's a good router to use for site-site transfers?

This may sound stupid, but I can not find any system of connection sharing that does not utilize NAT, but it appears that others here imply that all that is necessary is a non-NAT based router (or form thereof).

Is there such a thing as a router that people can successfully use to site-site (FXP) transfer via port 21? I have a Linksys BEFSR41 right now and afaik it is not possible to fxp over port 21 with this router. Everything I have tried (and I have searched the forums a lot and asked for help elsewhere) has failed. I could post error logs/version info/etc, but because it's 425 errors I know it's because of the router. Is there a different router that could actually work for this?

I know this is a stupid question, but I'd prefer no stupid answers.

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