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Help with Portforwarding


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#1 IBreakPCs

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Posted 28 May 2014 - 01:39 AM

*my router is a Dlink DIR-600L

 

So I wanted to port forward my utorrent.

I believe I have succesfully followed all the given steps in portforward.com , but no! It just won't work/open.

 

My original ip was 192.168.0.100

Following the portforward's instructions on getting a static address, I changes it into 192.168.0.107

 

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Then I went to get the port my utorrent is on (which is 59254)

 

And finally portforwarded (at least that's what I wanted to do) on 192.168.0.1

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I also added the inbound rule and outbound rule (port) in my windows firewall. Port still isn't open.

 

I read somewhere that maybe turning off your firewall and antivirus might help. I tried and it still doesn'y open.

 

 

Can someone please tell me where I went wrong?

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#2 Kilroy

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Posted 02 June 2014 - 03:16 PM

From this page is seems that the port is random, any chance you have the wrong port?  Did you "Uncheck "Randomize port each time µTorrent starts." The port number will no longer change each time µTorrent is started."

 

 

Have you tried using UPnP?  I don't normally recommend UPnP for security reasons, but it can make getting things that require open ports much easier to configure.



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Posted 04 June 2014 - 09:42 PM

From this page is seems that the port is random, any chance you have the wrong port?  Did you "Uncheck "Randomize port each time µTorrent starts." The port number will no longer change each time µTorrent is started."

 

 

Have you tried using UPnP?  I don't normally recommend UPnP for security reasons, but it can make getting things that require open ports much easier to configure.

I have already unchecked "Randomize port each time uTorrent starts" and checked UPnP before I asked here :c

 

Anymore suggestions on where I went wrong? D:



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Posted 05 June 2014 - 09:04 AM

Have you also forwarded UDP?  It isn't clear if the traffic is UDP or TCP.






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