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Old 07-06-2007, 10:25 PM   #1
mike34341
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Issues with UPNP


I'm trying to get UPNP running on my Clarkconnect (RHEL/CentOS based) server.

I have installed the upnp server on my server and it is up and running. However, when using apps like uTorrent, they cannot connect to the upnp server and have the correct ports opened up.

What I noticed, however, is that while the system is booting, as soon as it starts up upnp, my windows PC right next to it picks up that there is a new device on the network, and recognizes everything as it should. Once the server finishes loading, it loses the connection to the upnp server.

Does anybody have any ideas what could be causing this and how the fix it?

Thanks,
Mike
 
  


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