[oclug] ICQ file transfers
Michael P. Soulier
msoulier at storm.ca
Sun Aug 18 09:37:34 EDT 2002
On 17/08/02 Tom Lauzon did speaketh:
> Client to client connection is done using the TCP protocol, using port
> range 1024-65535. This means that the client needs an open listening port
> within the mentioned range ...
The client port is irrelevant. The box acting as the server is the tough
one. I believe icq services come in on ports 2000-2009, but I'm not sure. If
that's true, then those need to be forwarded to the receiving box. The
downside of this is that no one else on your LAN can receive via icq.
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