DSHobro Port

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  1. ceduriki
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    I'm having trouble port forwarding with DSHobro. First time I had any trouble forwarding anything with me. Am I supposed to use TCP, UDP, or both? And what program name should I put? There are no details on his site...
     
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    You could always send Costello a PM
     
  3. ceduriki
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    That's actually a good idea.

    Except for the part where I'm not getting an answer....
     
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  5. DanTheManMS

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    What type of router do you have? It sounds like a Linksys from your description, but I'm not entirely sure.

    For what it's worth, in my Linksys I told it to use both, and the name doesn't matter. Just make sure it's forwarding the traffic to your computer and not your DS (which requires your computer to setup a static IP with your router).
     
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    yeah i have a linksys. i got it past the forwarding stage (i'm using linux, so it's a bit different) but now it keeps saying "connection refused".
     
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    Are you running any firewalls that may be blocking access to the PC?

    I'm not entirely sure the DSHobro server works under Linux, but I guess it's worth a shot.
     
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    well, looks like it just doesn't work under linux. I did a port scan on a windows comp on the network and ran it from there. thanks though.