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Fixing NAT problems

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#1 john23jay


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Posted 19 June 2010 - 07:01 AM

Hi there!

I just wanna ask how will I fix NAT problems? I need simple instructions so I can easily understand what I am going to do with it. By the way, I am not a computer savvy so there are terms in computer networking that I don't understand.

I am using the latest version of Vuze (formerly Azureus), a bit torrent client. Downloads are quite fast until I notice this yellow smiley which indicates a NAT problem and I began searching the internet for solving this problem. Most of the instructions I found didn't work for me. I think I'm having problems with the UDP and TCP ports for this one. Seriously, I don't know what numbers should I put to it. And I don't even know what are the available ports or open port numbers to put in.

On the other hand, I use Vuze for almost a year and its DL speed suits to my actual internet speed. I am just curious what's about the NAT problem and whenever I fix it, I will know what's the difference after then.


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#2 arknaz


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Posted 19 June 2010 - 02:37 PM

NAT is Network address translation, which converts your outside address (how others see you and how to communicate with the internet world) to a private (also more secured) address, usually 10.x.x.x or 192.168.x.x. What exactly is the problem it is saying? Only problem i have had with NAT is IP conflicts where two devices get the same IP( rarely for me) but its an easy fix.

Googled Nat problems with Vuze and found Vuze and Nat which might show the problem. Check that list out and see if that's the problem you are getting.

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#3 rayj0054


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Posted 19 June 2010 - 06:23 PM

go here and read carefully this will explain how to "fix" the problem

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