Hi all, I have a question. Now, It's quite possible someone posted the answer to this elsewhere, but I couldn't find it. I'm using Thibor15c. Up until today, I ran a private FTP server on port 21. Naturally, I had port 21 forwarded to my FTP Server Box. This worked great. Today, I wanted to change that port to something a little less used. My list of banned IP addresses has grown to such an unbelievable size because of anonymous users trying to connect, because I have it set that if you try and connect 3 times unsuccessfully, your IP is banned. No unauthorized person has actually gotten into my FTP, but I don't want to take that chance. My thought is that if I take my FTP server off port 21, that will relieve some of the problem. I changed my forwarded port from 21 to something way up there. After doing this, people can connect to my server, but can't see a directory listing, nor can they download files. Does Thibor15c have a built-in scheme of some kind that automatically forwards the FTP data port only when the control port is 21? To fix this problem, I set up a port redirection to an internal of 21 and an external of the high port number I want, then removed the old forward mapping to 21. I found that this worked. My second question is, is this as secure? My final question, is how do I ACTUALLY forward the port I want, so it works, instead of having to redirect port 21 to an external port. Note: My FTP server software can be assigned any port, which is what I'd like to use. If there's no other easy way, I'll continue with port redirection. Thanks!