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i just downloaded azureus and im getting a NAT error.. since im new at this i dont know what number to put in.. can someone help me please.

also im running at a 512mb of ram.. should i be using azeurus?

ok now it from the azereus website i got..
- Pull down the Apple menu, select System Properties, click Network. In the pull-down Show: select the network interface in use. Click tab TCP/IP and look for the line Router.
-Open a Terminal window, type the command ipconfig getoption en0 router (where en0 is the name of the interface in use)

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well im entering
ipconfig getoption AirPort router
but its saying (os/kern) failure ?

what do i do? i also put in the airport number and again failure
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Never tried it on Mac, so I don't know how to solve it, but a NAT error in Azureus (I believe) references a network error, usually that it can't connect due to a blocked port having been selected.

Try opening the options dialog, going to the network options, and adjusting it there, or re-running the Config wizard and selecting a new port in there.

Realize, however, that I've only ever run it under Linux, so it may not be as easy as it seems.
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