From: Luke Schierer <lschiere@us...> - 2004-02-19 07:06:22
On Wed, Feb 18, 2004 at 10:27:14PM -0500, John Noonan wrote:
> I do hate robbing people of their time with questions like this, so
> please excuse me for asking.
> The problem is that I connect to the Internet via a NAT server (A Win2k
> box /w ICS). I would like to direct connect (to send images) to a
> computer which connects to the Internet via a broadband router (which
> also acts as a NAT server, from what I understand.)
> Is there any way to specify which port to connect to when using gaim to
> direct connect?
there is not in any released version of gaim. once we get yahoo working,
we will release 0.76 which will improve things for you.
> I imagine if I could do so, I could simply map a port on one of the NAT
> servers to the computer I wish to connect to and connect to that port on
> the other end.
at very least with 0.76 you will be able to do this. I _think_ i
remember Mark adding code to let you specify the visible ip along the
lines of the winaim client.
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