Solved Static IP only Port 80 is open

November 26, 2013 at 12:16:42
Specs: Windows server 2008
Hello,

I have an Static IP from my Provider (ISP), I have checked with whats my ip/ port scanners/ server ports and the result of it is they have BLOCKED all the port except port 80 which is only open.

Now, my question is that i want to setup an FTP Server for data downloading and upload for my offices situated at different locations.

What is the best solution in my case.
I will be highly obliged. Please spend time and advise in details.


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#1
November 26, 2013 at 14:43:43
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Sorry but you misunderstand. Ports are only open if three conditions exist

1. there is a program responding on the requested port
2. port is forwarded to the listening program
3. or you have enabled a DMZ which forwards all ports

You should be able to forward port 22 to the static ip of your ftp server at each site and have ftp access.

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#2
November 27, 2013 at 10:32:00
Thanks Wanderer for response.

After your explantation i am satified that i can setup FTP server.
I have question regarding setup, please help, Present configuration.
NAT -- Port Triggering Setup
Application Name :
Trigger Protocol -- Port Range -- Start / End
Open -- Protocol--Port Range-- Start / End
WAN Interface

NAT Virtual Servers Setup
Server Name : Teredo
External Port Start : 51113
External Port End : 51113
Protocol : UDP
Internal Port Start : 51113
Internal Port End : 51113
Server IP Address : 192.168.1.4
WAN Interface : ppp0.1

NAT - DMZ Host
Enter the computers IP Address and click Apply to activate the DMZ host.

This are the three configurations where i need to do configure. Please assist me with this.
Thanks in advance.


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#3
November 30, 2013 at 08:46:39
You don't do all three but one of the three. You would not do port triggering or the DMZ.

You would put in the values needed for the ftp server which is its port and ip address.

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#4
December 3, 2013 at 14:37:12
Wanderer, didn't you mean port 21? Telnet is port 22.

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#5
December 3, 2013 at 15:01:56
Yep for ftp I listed the wrong port(s) but actually port 23 is for telnet
ports 20 and 21 are for ftp and port 22 is for sftp/ssh

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#6
December 3, 2013 at 17:38:28
Correct, I don't know why I said telnet. I use ssh all the time.

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