Linksys 1 45 7 not updating dyndns
This is how to setup an IRC Client (Mirc 5.71) and the router (BEFSR41) to send/receive Files by DCC through the Cable/DSL router without using DMZ Host. Go to DCC, Options, DCC Ports (Assuming that you'll never send more than 10 files at times. a ) set "First" to 4990 b) set "Last" to 5000 c) Click OK, and Quit.
On the Router: (I suggest to use 1.33 BETA Firmware or a Firmware that support "Range of Port" in Forwarding) Set port range to same ports as set above, and IP to the computer that you want to use m IRC DCC on.(Thanks to Craig Goranson for providing some of this info!
The client is very simple, written in Python and free. Helpful reader Chris Holt also points out that you can use the Dyn Site program found on DYNDNS' site.
TZO's Beta client will support any hardware router and properly update TZO's DNS servers when your WAN IP address changes.
The new version lets you Empty (clear) and Save logs as well as display them.
[Editor's Note:] I had an install error involving the file on one of my machines (Win98SE).
): Note that we continue to receive reports of players getting kicked off Quake2 and 3 servers that are behind the Linksys. There's a Quake3Forum that's discussing this subject, so check it out, too.
Problem: You're using Dyndns' service and it's not detecting when your ISP assigns you a new IP address. Tips for Securing Your Home Router Seemingly minor and easily overlooked settings can still have profound security implications.Here are some steps you can take to make sure your wired or wireless home router and by extension, your network is as secure as possible.In general, assume that you will not be able to use the Linksys to allow multiple users to access on-line games, Internet communication applications like Dialpad or Netmeeting, or any application that uses port ranges or dynamically assigned ports.