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azureus help!!

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by sankey07, Jan 19, 2007.

  1. sankey07

    sankey07 Member

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    I have 2 users on my router, but only 1 application can use port 6881.
    So, can I assign port 6881 to both mine and his applications. We both have different port #s assigned. I cant figure out how we both can utilize azureus.
     
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    Azure4 conflicts with Azur3 which is currently in use on sankey.
    Azure4 and Azur3 use the same resources and cannot both be hosted on different computers at the same time. To use Azure4, you must first remove Azur3 from the application list of sankey.

    Alternatively, you can install the applications on one computer and add both application profiles to the application list for that computer.
     
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    what the hell answer was that?

    All you have to do is...

    1. Stop using 6881, start using something like 16881.
    2. Assign 1 forwarding rule to, say 16880 and forward that to computer 1
    3. Assign the second forwarding rule to, say, 16881, and forward that to computer 2
    4. On each computer, tell azureus to use the corresponding port. (computer 1, 16880, computer 2, 16881)

    If that doesn't make sense, follow the link in my sig and read the IP tutorials.

    ~Melee
     

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