mIRC port forwardingSupport


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  1. drewevo

    drewevo New Member This Topic's Starter

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    I am fairly new to the realm of working with my phone in an extended uses. I am trying to file transfer through a IRC. I need to forward ports 10000 thru 10070. Can anyone help with this problem.

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  2. EarlyMon

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    I'm going out on a limb because no one's answered you yet (unusual for this forum!) - so - isn't that port-forwarding requirement somewhat dependent on the IRC client you're using?

    I'm only asking because I've come across a _lot_ of users that swear by Trillian and that claims to support file transfer in a straightforward manner:

    All Features - Trillian Astra

    I'm probably way off base - actually spelling IRC correctly and knowing what mIRC is - that's about as far as I go.

    I've heard of people opening router ports to avoid port forwarding, but that's just a rumor.

    In any case, if nothing else, maybe this post will help bump your question.

    Welcome to the forums - you've come to the right place, even if I'm all wet. ;)
     
  3. drewevo

    drewevo New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Yes it is an mIRC, it is actually Karaoke Realm,(sorry didn't want look like a complete NERD). They do ask that you forward the range of ports, which is really no problem for most "usual" routers but we are dealing with SP___T. I would imagine if I could forward any one in the range it would be fine.

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  4. legs74

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    I do not know if this helps but I am using Filelinx to transfer files from phone to PC and back. It's on the Market. It is pretty easy and works in a LAN or from anywhere.
    Transfers any type of file.
     
  5. drewevo

    drewevo New Member This Topic's Starter

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    Thanks for the info but i am trying to share within an mIRC program and is why I need to foward the ports.:)
     
  6. bherbst

    bherbst New Member

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    I am not 100% sure what you are searching for but maybe "Port Forwarder" https://market.android.com/details?id=at.bherbst.net does what you need. This app was intended to forward a single port to a host. Such host usually resides in a subnet that you created using some kind of Tethering (USB or Wifi). However, this Port Forwarder may also be used to forward to localhost and therefore reroute to a different port on your device. Does that fit your needs?
     

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