Somewhat off topic, not really, but sort of...
alex_snow at gmx.net
Wed Nov 5 18:05:55 EST 2003
You'll want to have your router forward ports 2074-2076 and 4074-4076
to the machine you run speakfreely on.
On Wed, Nov 05, 2003 at 07:57:33AM
-0500, Chris Gilland wrote:
> I want to get on the speakup reflecter, under the windows 32 bit speak
> freely so that I can get some help before doing my installation of
> Linux... The problem, is that I am sitting behind a DLink D I 6 14+
> Wireless lan router... I don't have a clue what I need to do to get
> SpeakFreely to work... Apparently, not only can I not hear anyone else,
> but they can't hear me either... I tried even going to the echo-back
> server, which did me no good... I know my mike is set right... i'm very
> accustomed with the volume control, as I use it daily in a recording studio
> environment... i just need to know what port range to open, and plus, this
> router is extremely inaccessible or so it seems... i tried open the ports
> that I was told were correct, but it didn't do much good... i'm not
> exactly sure, if I need to open them as a port range within a virtual
> server - if which, i don't know how to do port ranges there... or do I
> need to set it as an application trigger port, at which case I did, and
> still no luck... or... so at least, I thought I did... Could someone
> maybe willingly be ever so kind to write me off list to request the login
> info, and look remotely at my router and see if you can fix the problem?
> Be sure when you write if you're willing to look, to supply me with your IP
> address... not a dns address, but your physical numerical IP address...
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Who is General Failure and why is he reading my hard disk?
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