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WinSCP + Centos = No connection

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Ok so i am trying to get WinSCP to connect to my Centos.

First i open centos Terminal and type ifconfig to see the ips.

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Then i Open WinSCP and fill out the info.

Thesnowman - WinSCP + Centos = No connection - RaGEZONE Forums


Then i get Timed Out...

Thesnowman - WinSCP + Centos = No connection - RaGEZONE Forums


But when i try on Port 80 i time out as well...

My centos Ethernet is Bridged and has Internet connection. When i ping my centos i get these:

On Centos:
Thesnowman - WinSCP + Centos = No connection - RaGEZONE Forums


On Windows:
Thesnowman - WinSCP + Centos = No connection - RaGEZONE Forums


Now when i look at my ports then this is what i see:

Thesnowman - WinSCP + Centos = No connection - RaGEZONE Forums


Now you may be thinking why are the PSS and SSH forwarded to 102. Put it to 104 and its fixed. Nope i tried on both. So Any suggestions??

My centos firewall is off btw.

Thanks in Advance
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The Dinosaur
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Firstly, why are you forwarding ports to xxx.xxx.xxx.104 when the centos IP is 102?

Port 80 is not used by the gameserver and forwarding it is useless and there is no point forwarding 22 either as you don't want your external clients to be able to SSH to the server.

Forwarding 1433 is just suicidal. The outsite world should NOT have access directly to your MSSQL port unless you want to get hacked.

You can ping centos so connectivity is there. If you can't access the machine via winscp then either you have SSH disabled or the firewall is still on.
 
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How or where do i check SSH disabled or Firewall on? Could it be my McAfee? Im sorry im only a noob when it comes to external programs. When its scripting i have no problem.

Thanks in advance
 
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Where such it is possible to find?
 
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