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Hotline Server & SMC Barricade Router!!!
klatuvertanicktu Sep-18-01 05:19 AM
I can cannot get the barricade router to work with Hotline Server! Does anyone knoe what ports and triggers, etc.? Please help. - Thanks, Klatu

1. RE: Hotline Server & SMC Barricade Router!!!
gudlife Sep-18-01 09:10 AM
In response to message 0
Hotline Server
IN TCP 5500 - 5503
IN UDP 5499
The TCP Ports enabled are 5500 - 5503 (This is for the standard 5500
Hotline port)

If you change the default port, then you must enable the 3 ports after
it (so if you choose 4000 then you must enable 4000 - 4003)

The UDP port enabled 5499 is required only if you want to list your
server on a tracker (the data stream is only outgoing so if you want to
disable in bound on a firewall it would work fine)

Settings like these and others are easily obtained at www.practicallynetworked.com


John


2. RE: Hotline Server & SMC Barricade Router!!!
klatuvertanicktu Sep-18-01 07:00 PM
In response to message 1
Do ou know what triggers i use when i enable those incoming ports?

3. RE: Hotline Server & SMC Barricade Router!!!
gudlife Sep-20-01 00:52 AM
In response to message 2
You shouldn't need any triggers if you just open the ports. Triggering is used if you want the ports to normally remain closed and then a special request on a port "triggers" a bunch of other ports to open up for a single transfer. I don't think the Barricade supports SPI, but if it does that would be another way around this. I may not be explaining this perfectly, so check out their verison of the story-
http://www.practicallynetworked.com/sharing/specialapps.htm#trigger

-John


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