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At 02:28 PM 9/19/2003, Michael R. Levy wrote: >[snip] >When I try to do development work while I'm "inside" my router, I can't >connect. Apparently the router will not route connections from "inside" >the router the way I would like it to. I can, for example, "telnet >192.168.x.x 2401" and get the "bad auth protocol" but I can't "telnet >myhost.com 2401". FYI, my Linksys NAT router allows this... but it is not perfect. Sometimes I get corrupted transmissions--images from my internal web server occasionally show only half the image, ssh sessions sometimes abort with checksum failures, etc. so even if it does work for some NAT routers out there you should probably consider the suggestions in Keith's reply (I'm going to!). I don't want to be doing a commit and have the transmission corrupted... Regards, Glen Starrett