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Old 05-24-2006, 07:55 PM   #1
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Azures NAT problem

I have 2 computers. A desktop running Fedora Core 5 and a laptop running Windows Xp home.

In my router I have port forwarding set for tcp and udp ports 49154-49157 to the correct ip address.
This setup works fine for my laptop when i have the wired lan plugged in. The nat and dht as both green and working (in azureus)
However when I remove the same cable from my laptop and plug it into my desktop Azureus has a NAT problem. Ive disabled both SElinux and the firewall in my computer. Does anyone have any ideas on how to fix the NAT problem?
Old 05-24-2006, 09:35 PM   #2
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By default, Azureus checks for NAT issues on TCP port 28999 and if thats not open then you'll get reports of NAT blockage. If you open Azureus and try a NAT test again but change the port tested to one that you have opened in the range you listed above you shouldn't have a problem. You can also change your TCP/UDP listening port in the Configuration options to a nondefault port.

You can also find a wiki about this very issue:

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