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Azureus - Nat Error


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Hello,

When setting up Azureus I tested a port and received a Nat Error. I'm not sure what this is, but with a quick search I have determined that it could be the reason I am having difficulty downloading bittorrent files.

Anyone know how I correct this???

Thanks !

Oh, and, aahh, I'm going to have to go ahead and ask you to come in on Sunday, too...yeah
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basically you need to setup your router to allow incoming connections to the port specified in azureus....first set your port in azureus to something like 59130

log onto your router and on my dlink i go into virtual server, create a name for the profile azureus is most likely....enter your computers ip address (can be found in system preferences ->network->(select your connection by double clicking)->ip should be under tcp/ip
back into your routers setting select both tcp and udp (may have the option for 'both')
enter your port you entered in azureus into both the public and private port and apply those settings

hope that works for you...if not, ask away
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i assume this worked out for you. esp because you gave me rep points!!
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