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Old 01-16-2006, 06:37 AM   #1
trenyboy
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SUSE 10.0 and UPnP


Hi,

I'm a real newbie to Linux, only just installed, but so far so good.
I am trying to get my router configured properly, but i can't figure out how to setup UPnP for Azureus Port Forwarding. I'm pretty sure its working but I need to configure the Yast Firewall to allow UPnP but i'm not sure what i need to do. If I disable the Firewall, Azureus successfully opens the chosen port, but once I start the firewall again its no good. Can anyone help?

Is UPnP a good option, or would it be more secure if I was to open the ports manually in both my router and the yast firewall?

Thanks
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