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post #1 of 11
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well.. i have Prestige 660HW-61 and i cant seem to get the NAT to work as i want..

i have set ports 1500-65000 to go to my computer (based on a fixed IP of my computer) and for testing, im using Azureus, and its testing utility.. Azureus is set to use port 50100 but it still says that its not possible to connect from outside.. how do i fix this?
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just use DMZ option and set the IP on the router too your computer.
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just use DMZ option and set the IP on the router too your computer.
for security reasons i dont want to open all ports, but opening the ports 1500-65000 should work aswell if azureus is using port 50100?
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Make sure windows firewall or other software firewalls that are installed on your computer are letting the traffic on port 50100 in.
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Make sure windows firewall or other software firewalls that are installed on your computer are letting the traffic on port 50100 in.
yes.. windows fireall should be letting 50100 in..
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Using a telnet client, telnet to localhost port 50100. If it lets you open a socket, then Windows Firewall is not blocking the IP.

If not, you can try doing a port forwarding for 50100 mapping on to your IP address, do this on your router.
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post #7 of 11
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Using a telnet client, telnet to localhost port 50100. If it lets you open a socket, then Windows Firewall is not blocking the IP.

If not, you can try doing a port forwarding for 50100 mapping on to your IP address, do this on your router.
port forwarding is already set for ports 1500-65000 to my ip..

and how that telnet thing then?
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post #8 of 11
Run this command on another computer on your network:
Code:
telnet COMPUTERS_IP 50100
(must be in command prompt to do this [WinKey+R, then type 'cmd'])

Replace COMPUTERS_IP with the IP of the computer you are trying to make a server. If you get connection failed, then the computer is running a firewall or there is another issue with your network.
post #9 of 11
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Run this command on another computer on your network:
Code:
telnet COMPUTERS_IP 50100
(must be in command prompt to do this [WinKey+R, then type 'cmd'])

Replace COMPUTERS_IP with the IP of the computer you are trying to make a server. If you get connection failed, then the computer is running a firewall or there is another issue with your network.
telnet 192.168.255.127 50100
results in a blank CMD screen with a blinking undescore (_)

telnet 81.197.81.219 50100
results in
Connecting To 81.197.81.219...Could not open connection to the host, on port 50100: Connect failed

192.168.255.127 is my IP inside the network, and 81.197.81.219 is the external IP..
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post #10 of 11
The blinking underscore means telnet was able to connect to the port. As for the other error, are you sure you are forwarding the port correctly.

Try following portforward.com's guide for your router (Found here). Just ignore the part about static IPs, And only open the port you want, there is no need to open a range that large.
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