#48 Passive ip

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2012-03-23
2012-03-23
Anonymous
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You need to check whether the passive ip returned is a local ip and if it is, use the ip that was gained from the original DNS request. Otherwise machines in proxied networks are not going to work.

Example:

ME -> internet -> gateway server (82.83.84.85) -> local server (192.168.0.10)

local server will return passive port 192.168.0.10:2050 etc, you cannot connect to that, you must connect to 82.83.84.85:2050

:( i really wanted this to work!

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