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Old 02-16-2004, 02:13 PM   #1
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rh9: configure ports to accept remote connection for azureus

well, i tried to make the subject as specific as possible without being long-winded. well, i have been using bit torrent with windows so i am familar with the the program. i prefer azureus which runs fine on my rh9 box. the only thing is the client and my download speeds are telling me im having nat issues. i have azureus bound to port 6880 and force externally hosted torrent to port 7000. this worked fine with 98se but rh9 has a fire wall. i set it with lokkit to accept connections from 6880 and 7000.

however, my nat problems countinued. ilooked around and found to vague details and having to set a command in the ip tables to enable remote connections. please, if this doesn't work im probably going to revert to windows because i need bit torrent working right. thanks for your help.


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