The main server machine is an OS 9.2 box. I have enabled FTP access, setup a user, and everything works flawlessly on the servers network (192.168.1.x). Now, what I need to do, is allow access to this FTP server from the root network (192.168.0.x).
I setup port forwarding for port 21 to go to the server IP address (192.168.1.x).
Now, I should be able to connect to the server by using the routers IP address from the root network (192.168.0.x). But I can't. I get nothing. I am able to ping the machine, but I cannot get an FTP through.
The strange thing is, as a test, I setup an FTP server on a Windows XP machine on the SAME network as the Mac OS 9.2 server.
If I port forward to the IP address of the Windows XP machine, everything works perfectly.
Is it possible that the Mac OS 9.2 server has some sort of built in firewall rules that I am unable to find? I have searched through online help, apple, and google, and cannot find anything.