|Subject||Re: [ib-support] Unable to connect over DSL|
> Something is blocking access, so what OS is the server running?Windows 98.
> Do youYes. It is able to connect to other servers just fine.
> have port 3050 correctly configured on the client machine?
> Can you telnet to port 3050 on the remote machine?No.
> Can the lan clients see the outside world via the server, or is that notYes, they can. They are use Internet Connection Sharing, using the same server of
> one of it's uses.
> Shouldn't really matter, except for forwarding. Each
> side should be able to talk to the server, lan or remote.
> Sounds very strange.
> On Tue, 2002-07-30 at 20:30, Joe Martinez wrote:
> > I'm trying to connect to a FB (0.9.4) server over the internet. Both
> > the client and server have DSL connections.
> > The server has two NIC cards in it. One for the DSL, and the other for
> > the LAN. Machines on the LAN can connnect to the server just fine. The
> > DSL NIC has a static IP. I am able to ping the server by IP address and
> > fully-qualified name from the remote client. The server has no firewall
> > installed, and port 3050 is correctly configured. As I said, the LAN
> > clients can connect fine.
> > When I try to connect from the remote client, I get a long delay, then:
> > ISC ERROR CODE:335544721
> > ISC ERROR MESSAGE:
> > Unable to complete network request to host "server.myhost.net".
> > Failed to establish a connection.
> > unknown Win32 error 10060
> > I get the same error if I try connecting via IP address.
> > Any ideas?
> > Thanks,
> > Joe
> William L. Thomson Jr.
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