Steve Holmes steve at
Sat Feb 16 14:51:22 EST 2002

It sounds like your problem is exactly the oposite of what most people in
this situation.  IP masquerading should cause you no problem sending the
packets out, no matter where inside the net work you are.  It's usually
the stuff coming back in that fails.  I'm assuming your firewall is
forwarding UDP ports 2074:2076 and 4074:4076 into your speecific address
of the machine that you are running the speak freely client on? Going out,
just be sure that you are not blocking these same ports.

On Sat, 16 Feb 2002, Ari Moisio wrote:

> Hi!
>   I almost got it work! I have a tricky setup with masquerading firewall
> and port forwarding, client is inside the network.
>   I can see my information and hear others talk but but they apparently
> can't hear me. This is probably firewall problem but i'll see.
>   In fact i'm planning to have similar reflector here in finland as soon
> as i find someone with static  ip willing to host it.

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