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SX541 file server

Dieses Thema im Forum "Gigaset" wurde erstellt von Asxetos, 1 Apr. 2005.

  1. Asxetos

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    I have a usb hard drive attached on the SX541's usb port. Working OK.
    I can access the files inside it with no problem from the local network.
    Does someone know if the files in the disk can be somehow accessed over the internet?

    Thanks...
     
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    Hi Asxetos,

    normally you should just open the following ports for NetBIOS/SMB-Connections:
    135/TCP
    137/UDP
    138/UDP
    139/TCP
    445/TCP

    This should be all ports which are necessary to do filesharing via smb.

    Greetings,

    Rob
     
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    Thank you Rob...

    I will try it.
     
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    With the 135/TCP I'm not very sure - it is the endpoint mapper of MS (epmap). It's comparable to the 111 Portmapper of Unix concerning its functionality and it's involved in (almost) every application that sets RPC-calls (Outlook ...). So I think it also should be involved in SMB calls.

    Rob
     
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    Asxetos,

    nomiso oti ftani 135 mechri 139 TCT/UDP, mipos kai 53 TCP/UDP

    then eine kalo na anigis perisotero.

    Jassu

    Klaus
     
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    Hello Asxetos,

    seems not so very easy to realize to me. The ports are the ports I posted above (135/TCP, 137-138/UDP, 139/TCP and 445/TCP), but it seems to me that the SX541 doesn't bind the exported filesystem to that ports.
    Even with an opened firewall, it is not possible to connect, although in a port scan they are marked "open". I think a solution could be a "Host"-setup for the SX541 (like Jockyw did it for testing it behind a router) which means a use as is (without the features which you would like to use - router, WLAN ...)

    If you have any news about that, just post it here, but I think, the developers simply didn't have the requirement to also make resources available via Internet at the moment. This might change.

    Rob