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Does this mean my Azureus won't work?

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by Known, Jul 29, 2007.

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    Test failed: Test aborted: Scheduling of the test failed: No challenge returned from speed test scheduling service, NetworkAdminSpeedTestScheduledTestImpl::schedule::331,NetworkAdminSpeedTestScheduledTestImpl::start::149,SpeedTestPanel::runTest::322,SpeedTestPanel$2::runSupport::276,AEThread::run::69

    I don't know what it means but when I tried to run a test it doesn't work?
    and I did the port forward stuff how to I know the port is forwarded to azureus because it didn't seem too do anything differntly and torrents still don't work no matter how long I leave there?
     
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    You can check out Portforwarding.com Azureus as it has very good instructions on forwarding your ports for Azureus with many different router models.

    Also, did you make an exception for Azureus, in and out bound, in your software firewall. You can look at Portforwarding.com Firewalls.
     
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    Yeah I made exceptions and I did all the portfarwarding stuff I just wonder if i did it correctly cause the Azureus isn't working for me?
     
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    I assume the results in your first post are from the Nat/firewall test in Azureus. If so, then something is wrong.

    It may be an improper setup of the router or firewall. The portforwarding.com guides are as good as it gets on that.

    You may also want to see if you router is listed on Azureus' Bad Routers page.

    Are you using a port in the suggested 49152-65534 range?
     
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    Well my Firewall isn't a prob I know that.
    My port it 53879
    And it isn't listed on the bad Routers page
    but I thought I did everything exactly how they told the first?
     
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    When I test the port I put in it says invalid port given what does that mean?

    Why won't stuff work?
    how do I make
    how come it ain't connecting?
    it always gives me this warning about
    listen server socket[/0.0.0.0: 53879(the random port i chose)] does not appear to be accepting inbound connections.
    [connection refused: conect]
    Auto repairing listen service....


    Shits starting to get to annoying

    What does that message mean?
    how do I remedy the problem?
    what are the inbound connections?
    Why don't torrent clients work for me?
     
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    You should check to see if there is an update for your router firmware.

    Inbound connections are from internet to you(incoming/downloading). Outbound are from you to internet (outoing/uploading).

    Did you allow both inbound and outbound when doing setup?

     
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    Yeah i allowed bothn but it still says it should I do what that wiki says
     
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    I just ran across that page myself. I know I have seen that advice given over at Sourceforge also. With that you are going to be leaving yourself without a firewall while checking Azureus.

    All I can say is if you are going to do it, make sure you have the firewall installation file already downloaded (but not opened), so you can run it right after checking Azureus (after firewall uninstall and reboot).
     
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    So my Azureus kinda works now but I get this problem when I test saying probably port is closed but I checked the firewall and the routers settings but it still didn't work.

    What's my problem this time?
    What didn't I check?
     
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    Well how do I reopen the port they say are closed?
     

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