Hi guys, So I've been slowly tinkering with various configs to get my mac to share files on my computer through an FTP server, which others can access by using an FTP client on their end and logging into my computer. (Also could potentially be useful for me if I'm away.) In any case, what I have is Leopard on a mbp, wirelessly connected to a d-link router, connected directly to a PC (yuck hehe) home computer. I have generated a static IP address for my mbp (192.168.0.101) and have checked to make sure that it is open (2 ways: one, my torrent clients, transmission and vuze have both said the port is open, and two, dyndns online says it's open to traffic). The port I'm using is 49999. I have this port forwarded to my mbp's private IP (192.168.0.101) under the Virtual Servers section of the d-link config settings. I also have a password for my mbp user account, which I would give to the person who I would want to have access my files. I also have installed dyndns updater and have selected a xyz.homeftp.net address to be assigned to my computer's web-based IP address. I have FTP sharing access "on" under "sharing" in system preferences. However, I can not access my files through an FTP client (cyberduck) on my mac, nor using a diff. client on the PC. I am inputing the server as the xyz.homeftp.net server, with the port as 49999, and the correct username and password. I have no idea what I'm missing. I haven't had this work once yet, so I'm hoping you guys can help me get this up and running. Let me know what other information you need, if any. Thanks!