No packet from client
Randal W. Carpenter
wade at xwin.net
Fri Jul 15 18:21:36 CEST 2005
Perhaps you dont have them opened for UDP traffic or maybe the chilli
client is set up to use the old non-standard ports of 1645/1646/1647
instead of the official 1812/1813/1814 ones? Old clients defaulted to
1645, and though I figure you checked the port first, just thought I'd
On Fri, 15 Jul 2005, Alan DeKok wrote:
> sean <sean at topup.ie> wrote:
>> DSL Modem has pinholes set up directing traffic coming to the static ip
>> out to the same ports on 192.168.1.2 IE 18.104.22.168:1812 sent to
>> This works fine for Kannel, Apache etc.
> Are the pinholes set up for TCP or UDP?
>> can't see any requests coming from Chilli, but processes requests from
>> radtest on the fileserver. I suspect that the DSL modem firewall needs
>> to have some other ports opened but I can't add any software to it so I
>> can't run Ethereal.
> You should be able to add another device to the network that the
> Chilli server is on, and run ethereal there.
> Alan DeKok.
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