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Old 09-26-2012, 12:23 AM   #1
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port 20 and 21

hi!i just wanna ask how to open port 20 and 21?thanks..
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Start a server that listens on them.
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Do you mean how to let it through your firewall?
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Do you mean how to let it through your firewall?
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if the server having ports 20 and 21 is behind the firewall. Firewall rules would be different. If the firewall running on the server itself then different rules. Can you explain it more?



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