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When I try to estabilish an ssh connection from outside my LAN, my modem-firewall doesn't follow the configuration lines (the engine is called virtual server) 22 -> 22 on <my ...
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    ssh and the NAT


    When I try to estabilish an ssh connection from outside my LAN,
    my modem-firewall doesn't follow the configuration lines (the engine is called virtual server)

    22 -> 22 on <my host address on LAN>,
    but it takes the connection for itself, although at configuration the router says correctly:
    <taking port 222 for my ssh>

    I find no way to shut-down firewall and make it work as a modem
    My firewall is a USR 9107 (there is a * saying: ssh not tested... would it be meaningful to me?)

    Thank you for any suggestions.....

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    After trying and trying it works...
    I guess I allowed all ports in

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