ssh and routers
igueths at lava-net.com
Sun Jun 6 11:44:05 EDT 2004
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Chuck, yes there is. He can dmz his machine using the Linksys router by first loggin into his router. Then he has to go to the advanced link, dmz host, and then in the edit box he types in the
last 3 digits of his internal ip address to dmz the box. Then go to apply. All done.
On Sun, Jun 06, 2004 at 06:46:30AM -0400, Chuck Hallenbeck wrote:
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> I have a question which is probably elementary, but I am a
> network ninny, and it puzzles me.
> I have been ssh'ing into several other folks computers to assist
> with stuff from time to time. One of them recently added a router
> to his configuration and I am now unable to reach his machine. He
> formerly had a cable modem going direct to his ethernet card, and
> now that modem goes to his router, and from there two cables
> emerge, one to his ethernet card and the other to the family
> Windows machine.
> Are there router configuration options that can restore my access
> to his system? What should be changed to let me access him again?
> The router is a Linksys something or other.
> - --
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