The correct ports may be forwarded (ie: port 21) but in the router setup have you forwarded the port from your Global ip (Internet IP) back to your current Lan ip (ie: 192.168.0.xx or whatever your local address is), setting your pc to have a static address on the lan would good or just set the port forwaring to have a range or Lan ip's to goto (ie: 192.168.0.2 - 192.168.0.25)
Try Port Forward and find your router there and see if it can help you.
Posted 9th Mar 2006 7:43pm
Post 28 / 2085
My PC is set up as a DMZ (Demilitarized Zone?) which forwards all ports to my PC. I do currently have a static IP assigned as well as DHCP disabled.
If anyone knows a way to give my PC an external IP address while still keeping it behind the router that would solve my problem.
Edit: The problem was solved by using dynamic domain name hosting and third-party FTP software.