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Ftp - port forwarding

Hi! i am trying to access my computer using ftp. My router is a usr5461. I do not know accurately how to configure the port forwarding. Any help would be appreciated. Thanks.

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Hello.. If you already have the port numbers needed and static IP on your computer, you can do the following steps to open them on your router:

1. connect a computer to the router wired.
2. Launch an internet browser and type in http://192.168.2.1. Use the user name and password that you have set for your router.
3. Click on the Firewall tab, then Port Forwarding
4. For the Protocol, specify if the port you will open is TCP or UDP.
5. Set the port numbers on both WAN and LAN port range then set the Static IP address on the textbox then click add. After doing that, check if you have an apply,save or ok button and click on that.

Here is the site for the user guide of your router.

If you do not know how to set a static IP on the computer, you can do the steps from this link. This depends on the operating system of the computer you are using. Make sure to set an IP address in the range of 192.168.2.x (x being a number from 2- 200).

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> Zone Alarm free firewall and Avast antivirus have been installed on both computers

Your router is already acting as a "firewall" to block "unsolicited" traffic from reaching the computers on your LAN. So, unless you use Zone Alarm to block "outgoing" connections
(such as a computer-virus would try to make when "calling-home", there's little benefit
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> If I use Internet explorer to connect to http://myname.dyndns.org, Internet Explorer does connect successfully to the network. However, it invites me to enter the username and password for my Buffalo WBMR-G54 router - not for the storage drive.

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IMHO, it is "bad" that your router's web-interface is "exposed" to attacks from the Internet.
Either "forward" TCP port 80, or configure the router to use a _different_ port number for "remote management".

> If I enter the Router user name and password, that allows me to access the Router menus via the Internet, which confirms that my account at DynDns has translated the IP address successfully.

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Correct. The 'ftp://' protocol uses TCP port 21, which the router is "forwarding" to one of the computers on your LAN.

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So far, so good.

Is FileZilla expecting a "specific" content in that "welcome" message, or will "any" response be "close-enough" ?

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So, configure FileZilla to use "passive" mode, and _hope_ that your FTP-server supports "passive" mode.

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