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Is a Netscreen 10 UPnP-aware?

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I am trying to get MSN Messanger file transfer and other features to work from behind my Netscreen 10.  The internal addresses are all NAT.

Reading the MS website, it says these MSN Messanger features will only work on a UPnP aware internet gateway device.  I have no idea whether the netsreen 10 is one of these, except that it does not seem to be since I cant get this working.
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Netscreen is not UPNP,,but still u can use it to get file transfer on msn messanger provided the device should be in eithre transparent or route mode..

http://services.netscreen.com/eserverweb/esupport_customer/consumer/esupport.asp?id=nskb1970


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