SSH is not for windows. Yes. 2. Logged JoelC707 Full Member Posts: 140 Karma: +0/-0 Re: Windows shares behind NAT « Reply #1 on: April 28, 2011, 12:09:14 am » Your OPT network, is it using a private Test on 1 client to see if it will work. http://casualobserver.net/file-sharing/file-sharing-tab.html
What Ports should I forward from the router to the Linux box so as to be able to access those shares from the internet with windows explorer (a la "\my.dyndns.org\shares\xxx" style)? See my answer for a nice solution link about how to do CIFS over SSH on Vista. –Paralife Apr 14 '11 at 13:44 add a comment| up vote 2 down vote Just the affected ones on NATed subnet. This makes the file transfer more efficient over the network.
whats wrong with SFTP/FTPS?Click to expand... Can a dragon be electrocuted? The problem lies with the fact that I rely on windows filesharing, which works on either side of the second NAT, but not through it. P.s.
When I try to access a file share on a server in a different sub net, I can only browse for a few seconds and then an error such as "Server It got to the point where they wouldn't even stay open for a second - the window would just disappear with no warning. (These are exactly the sorts of situations when This can be achieved by: 1. Advertisement _willis_ Thread Starter Joined: May 21, 2007 Messages: 12 Hi!
Accessing Windows File shares through NAT Unanswered Question ShareFacebookTwitterLinkedInE-Mail spfeffer May 12th, 2009 I have a router between two networks(192.168.1.x/24 and 10.208.16.x/24). Browse other questions tagged windows nat shares or ask your own question. There you have to comply with the organization's rules. #11 JackMDS, Oct 22, 2009 jlazzaro Golden Member Joined: May 6, 2004 Messages: 1,743 Likes Received: 0 does it HAVE to You may have to create this if not already existing. 2.
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Yes, my password is: Forgot your password? If I transfer very small files I have no problem, but if I transfer big files or folders the connections hang themselves.I tried to setup the static port on the outbound I have a static NAT translation of 192.168.1.10(inside) to 10.208.16.10(outside). Check This Out I have this problem too. 0 votes 1 2 3 4 5 Overall Rating: 0 (0 ratings) Log in or register to post comments Replies Collapse all Recent replies first Jon
whats wrong with SFTP/FTPS? #12 jlazzaro, Oct 22, 2009 Nothinman Elite Member Joined: Sep 14, 2001 Messages: 30,672 Likes Received: 0 does it HAVE to be via SMB? Moving and Resizing Windows Easily Trying to Watch Up! Advanced Search Forum General Forums Networking Setting up NAT to allow access to Windows share on a server Register Help Remember Me? Specifically is it at a 45 year high?
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