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  1. Zero Cool

    Zero Cool New Member

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    I cant unblock a port!!!

    I am trying to get azureus to run smoothly but I just cant open a port for it, all fails!!

    I am using port 5881 atm, UDP and TCP

    I unlocked both in firewall and router ( in router settings I go to services and do it there, right?)


    it says:

     
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    also try "firewall rules" settings in your router NOT your software firewall
     
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    In router you log in to your router using telnet or http and change it. Also, I recommend changing the text of your post or I will delete this thread due to language violation.
     
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    A: http... via firefox

    B: Ok I changed it but I dont find it more offensive then the F word that people here use quite alot, you should start with that :rolleyes:
     
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    i would recommend changing the port you are using to something within the range of 49152–65535 as these ports are not pre-assigned to any application or service, these are private ports and you can do what you wish with them.
     

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