On Tue 11 Sep 2007, Stephen Dunne wrote:
> Now I also have sshd running on the lappie for obvious reasons, along
> with a ssh sized hole in the router's firewall. This hole doesn't appear
> to work :(
> I'm assuming in all this that Eircom don't filter out port 22 further
> upstream :(
I have an Eircom Netopia ADSL modem, but not the same model as yours.
I opened a pinhole at port 22, and also allowed it in my firewall (shorewall),
and I can ssh in without problem.
I didn't really follow the details of your setup, but eircom certainly
don't filter out port 22.
What does "telnet <IP address> 22" from outside say?
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