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Router and connectivety problems with BT (Azereus)


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I got my mac and PC setup with a Linksys wireless G router a week or so ago. (Model number WRT54G) And I noticed that now using any client for BitTorrent (I use Azereus, but tried others to check) I am listed as unconnectable. It says firewalled and that I have a NAT problem.

I have tired a few guides on how to allow it but none have really worked so far. I am on an Intel iMac. Has anyone else got theirs working?

Any help please? (Its not the mac itself, I downloaded torrents when I didn't have the router). Also the mac has the direct connection from the router. The PC has the wireless adapter.
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