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# 129392 13-Sep-2013 20:11
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I recently got Telecom VDSL and their supplied modem, which is unable to do normal DMZ'ing.

I have forwarded port 21 and the port range (about 3rd time) for passive ftp 64100 - 64200 forwarded aswell. But ftp will still not connect. 

I've done this before DMZ'ing my home server when I was first starting to explore and it worked. Surely I'm missing something?




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  # 895441 13-Sep-2013 20:13
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have u tried an open port test on the web to make sure its open?




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  # 895443 13-Sep-2013 20:25
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You can enable a DMZ device for the TG589vn, but it does it by allocating the public IP to the DMZ target, if that's any help to you. Other than that, I just tested forwarding port 21 on mine and it works fine. How are you doing it - any chance of screenshot of the config?

 
 
 
 




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  # 895445 13-Sep-2013 20:27
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Zeon: have u tried an open port test on the web to make sure its open?


never thought of that
port 21 is open
my passive range wont open and just been trying to open it, and then just a single port 5000 and still closed... grrr :(




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  # 895446 13-Sep-2013 20:28
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Inphinity: You can enable a DMZ device for the TG589vn, but it does it by allocating the public IP to the DMZ target, if that's any help to you. Other than that, I just tested forwarding port 21 on mine and it works fine. How are you doing it - any chance of screenshot of the config?


Not quite, cause I do port forward to a couple of other devices. 






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  # 895479 13-Sep-2013 22:24
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sftp

There is no reason to use FTP in 2013.

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