On Sunday 19 February 2006 01:50, Shane McLaughlin wrote:
> Port forwarding (pinholes) doesn't seem to work satsfactorilyon the
> eircom 3347NWG with their (older, feature-reduced) Eircom branded
Pinhole configuration might be still present and configurable if you
telnet into the eircom-branded firmware, at least on the 3341 I have
that is the case. There's also ominous stuff in the telnet menus like a
strong suggestion a "heartbeat" signal goes back to netopia by default
(though there is a set heartbeat on|off option, how nice).
Didn't actually test if the telnet-accessible pinhole configurations
are functional, just going to the netopia firmware looked preferable to
putting up with the eircom stuff on an ongoing basis (just left with
netopia's own evil...sigh...).
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