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Old 01-13-2006, 03:58 PM   #1
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Question problem update via router with NAT and Firewall

I have connected 2 PC via D-Link GLS G604T router,Router has NAT and Firewall on, and even if I check option allow any traffic. I am not able
run any update. I have tried Suse, and Fedora , yats, synaptic, apt and all I have is: canno't connect server directory. Could somebody please make any suggestio how sould I configure my router ....

Old 01-13-2006, 04:03 PM   #2
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Have you tried not using your router and checking to see if you can get updates? If you can then it is a router problem. If not, then it must be a configuration problem on your machine. If it is a routing problem then most routers support what's called "port forwarding." If you know what ports you need forwarded put that into your router configuration and that might solve your problem. I hope this helps!


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