|Subject:||Re: Firewall settings - Indy 9.00.10 Delphi 7|
|Posted by:||Remy Lebeau (TeamB) (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Thu, 8 Jan 2004|
"Marco Gesiot" <mar…@gesiot.it> wrote in message
> My Server app has a TCP Server witch comunicates with
> clients via Internet I did open the port and DefaultPort on
> the firewall but unless I open ALL ports the server seems
> to be unreacheble for clients.
You don't show your client code at all.
> Binding.IP := dmBase.OutIP; // 9011 Open
What is the actual value of OutIP? It must be an IP on the actual machine
that the server is actually running on.
Also, on a firewall, you only open ports, not IPs.
> Binding.Port := dmBase.OutPort;
What is the actual of OutPort?
> IdTCPServer.Intercept := TIdServerIntercept(IdZipIntercept);
If TIdZipIntercept derived from TIdServerIntercept, then there is no need to
IdTCPServer.Intercept := IdZipIntercept;
> Where do I go wrong ??
You have not provided enough information to answer that question.
Firewall settings - Indy 9.00.10 Delphi 7 posted by Marco Gesiot on Thu, 8 Jan 2004