FTP server behind router? Tags: Routers Servers FTP Networking Last response: May 4, 2005 2:23 AM in Networking Share tgoviper April 21, 2005 6:45:06 PM I've got a DI-704 and would like to setup an FTP server behind it. I've been unsuccesful thus far. Any suggestions on what program to use and how to set it up? More about : ftp server router riser April 21, 2005 8:53:33 PM BulletProof FTP. Google search for it. Riser folken April 21, 2005 9:16:00 PM You will need to forward port 21 on your router to the computer running the ftp server. <A HREF="http://www.folken.net/myrig.htm" target="_new">My precious...</A> Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Get the answer sparky853 May 4, 2005 2:23:39 AM Serv-U FTP is good as well. And yes, be sure to forward port 21. Its pretty easy to set up actually. Systems Running F@H: AMD: [A64 3200+] [XP2800+ x2] [XP2400+] Intel: [P4 2.8 x4] [P4 2.0] [P4 1.8] [P4 1.7] [P4 1.6 x2] [P4 1.4M] [Xeon 1.0] [Cel 1.0] [P3 ??] Can't find your answer ? Ask ! Publish Related resources How to setup FTP server behind a router/proxy ?? Forum ftp clint unable to login serv_u server behind zonealarm f.. Forum Setting up an FTP Server behind a MN-700 Forum FTP server behind MN-700, continued Forum FTP server behind MN-700 Forum Running an FTP server behind a firewall Forum FTP server behind a Firewall/proxy Forum Connecting to FTP's while behind router Forum SolvedCan i use a router to make a ftp server? Forum Accessing FTP server provided by ISP via router Forum Running Ubuntu Server Behind Asus Router: Server Can't Access Local or External Network Forum FTP server - I can't access it from my router Belkin N F6D4230-4 v1000 Forum Can anyone advise a router to setup a FTP server? Forum problems with ftp server and belkin wifi router Forum FTP server through a router... Forum HOW TO SETUP FTP SERVER WITH A ROUTER? *DELETED* Forum SetUp Server behind router Forum How can I setup windows Server 08 SR2 behind WRT54GL Wireless Router. Forum CS 1.6 Server Behind a router. Forum Server 2008 domain setup behind router Forum More resources Read discussions in other Networking categories Routers Gateways VPN LAN WAN Firewalls Cisco Netgear !