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I have a 15in Macbook Pro and I use AT&T's wireless internet card-option gt max 3.6 express by globetrotter. I am using a bit torrent p2p program (Azureus) and it says that I have NAT problems. I want to know how to do port forward so that I don't have this problem and the downloads go faster. From what I can tell from the system preferences the modem is globetrotter hsdpa. Does anyone know how I would go about doing this?
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