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one more bit-torrent problem

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by thereisno, Oct 22, 2004.

  1. thereisno

    thereisno Member

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    besides the fact its too bad this awesome technology has so many problems with it, here's the specs:

    windows xp, d-link modem, azureus.
    speed - about 20K

    while ive set up port forwarding on my modem (6881-6999) and added a range of exceptions to my windows sp 2 firewall, when i type in netstat -a in command prompt, i notice none of the connections are even using the ranges i specified. one round it was 3900-4300, now its 2200-2400. how can i get my computer to use the ports that i want?
     
  2. -LoNeR-

    -LoNeR- Active member

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    for starters?

    stop using SP2 firewall & get a proper firewall

    Seconds?

    Confiqure your routor for those ports specified

    Third?

    Post your results
     

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