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Old 04-15-2008, 10:57 AM   #1
mrbryan
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Manually add single UPNP port forward to my LAN IP via router (no access to config)


Hello,

I'm trying to add ports to be forwarded to my LAN IP via UPNP on a router (a d-link).

I dont' have access to the backend of the router, is why I am doing it via UPNP. I am able to do it one port at a time in Ktorrent's UPNP plugin, for instance.

I'd like to add a port for sshd, for instance, in a more elegant manner then changing ktorrent's port to 22 and quitting then restarting ssh (or switching sshd's port otherwise)


Can anyone point me to a standalone client or manner of adding UPNP routes?

thanks,

Bryan
 
  


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