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Old 11-04-2004, 11:00 AM   #1
titteuf
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Hi,
This is to follow a "bug" thread... It appeared that when FXPing trought some NAT, the NAT changes the
PORT a,b,c,d,e,f
command into a new port on the NAT computer IP.

When FXPing, that can be a stupid thing, preventing from FXPing.

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At least Windows ICS seems to be unable to detect the PORT command, so the NAT isn't performed and the FXP can work!!

So, a new option in the upcomming FlashFXP version?? (This might make me buy it )

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Old 11-07-2004, 06:36 PM   #2
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This has been added in v3.0.2 build 1045.. This is an experimental feature and should be used with caution.

To enable this feature you must open your flashfxp.ini with notepad, and add the following entry under the [main] section "FxpNatTrick=1" (without quotes)

FlashFXP will send a specially crafted PORT command which should allow you to get around NAT protocol handlers that make site to site transfers difficult.

Your millage may varry and this may not work for everyone, I tested this with my NAT router and it worked great.
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Old 11-07-2004, 07:55 PM   #3
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yeah!!!
This works great for me!!!!
Thank you a lot!
Did I wrote "So, a new option in the upcomming FlashFXP version?? (This might make me buy it )"
Done, I'll be a registered user as soon as paypal confirms!
Keep up the good job

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