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Configuring CC Proxy to accept incoming requests

Posted on 2011-03-01
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Hi all,

I have cc proxy and was sucessfully able to set it up on a cable broadband with a direct connection to the internet to accept INCOMING proxy requests.
However I now have a router in the way rather than a direct cable connection and I don't know how to set this up to still allow incoming requests.

Any advice would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks
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you need to allow the specific ports that CCproxy use thru the ports.
http://www.youngzsoft.net/ccproxy/advanced.htm

if you make changes to any of teh defualts then obviulsy these will have to be opned / mapped on the router

then google, how to open ports on router (put your model number and make here) and you will find step by step instructions to do so.  hopefully you have admin rights on the router to do this

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Thanks - I got it working through the use of your help.
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