> Any half decent firewall or NAT router, will handle all that
> transparently. 

That is correct for normal FTP, where the router can read the control
channel and check the internal IP address and translate it to an external
address, but not for SSL since the control connection is encrypted and
can not be changed.  This is why FTP servers behind NAT are trouble.  


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