Ok. I keep getting this message in WLM. It is a huge problem when trying to make a Call or Video call in WLM. It is also messing with my uTorrent.
At first I though that maybe my ports needed forwarding but I soon found out there was something else that was causing the problem.
I removed the router and used just the modem to my computer and everything works fine. I can make calls and I can download from uTorrent fast. As soon as I put the router back in the uTorrent port selection greys out and I can no longer make calls. WLM then reads:
"You are directly connected to .NET Messenger Service.
You are connected to the Internet through a wired network connection.
You are connected to the Internet through a cascaded UPnP port restricted NAT. (Administrator)"
how would I go about fixing this? Something in the router settings?Modem:
SpeedStream 6520 (SpeedStream 6520
This hooked up to my computer(wired) works great. No problems with internet or UPnP.Router:
D-Link DI-524 (D-Link DI-524
This is where the trouble begins. I have it hooked up correctly, I have the newest version installed, and UPnP is enabled in the setup. I cannot see anything that maybe causing problems with it but as soon a I plug it in my UPnP ports get "cascaded."Network devices:
VIA Rhine II Fast Ethernet Adapter (on board)
The main one I use. No problems with it until the router gets installed.
I also have a wireless card but I do not use it. I did try it. But the problem persists.
Then ... in "Network Connections > Properties > Settings..." and then in the Services tab(the only tab) there are two uTorrent things Utorrent (TCP) and (UDP) and they are both enabled. Is there a way to put MSN on this list to make the call feature work correctly?
This is all the information I can think of that is relevant. If you need more then just ask.