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Re: problems with bittorrent



Am Mo, den 13.06.2005 schrieb Claude Jones um 21:38:

> I have installed bittorrent and configured my firewall to allow tcp on ports 
> 6881-6889. I followed the exact same procedure on two FC3 machines. One is 
> working just fine. The other just wants to download the .torrent file. I've 
> read several bittorrent faqs, I found four of them, and looked through the 
> rest of the documentation, but I can't get a solution. Does anyone have an 
> idea what else I could check? 

> Claude Jones

Being behind a NAT gateway you can forward the TCP ports 6881-6999 (6889
was the old upper port) only to ONE client at time.

http://btfaq.com/serve/cache/25.html

Alexander


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