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Old 07-22-2004, 02:45 PM   #1
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unstable HTTP/SSH server with Linksys router


I've set up a Linksys router with port forwards SSH, HTTP and FTP to my server. I have a Dyndns account at The router is the Linksys WAG54G

The ftp server works fine, AFAIK.

The HTTP and SSH sometimes work and sometimes don't! I have no way of knowing why they are so unstable.

I have ensure that "Block Anonymous Internet Requests " is not turned on. also, I have set my sever ( as the DMZ.

I have updated to the latest firmware 1.02.1. Has anyone had a similar problem?

When I SSH in from outwith the network (SSH into a friends machine and the SSH back to mine), I get "ssh: connect to address port 22: Connection refused" . I have ensure that this service isn't being blocked (I hope).

Does anyone have any ideas?



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