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FFUUU... Why are some of my ports still being blocked?

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I flashed my DIR-615 (D4) and installed DD-WRT. After setting it all up, I noticed a couple of things off - My download speed went down quite a bit, and this total ba***rd of a problem..

It blocks some of my ports, but not all of them.

For example -

BitComet runs through 20705.

My TeamSpeak 3 Server on 9987.

I both have them forwarded, double checked. 20705 is open, 9987 isn't.

I'm on the verge of giving up.

Please help me.
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Make sure you've explicitly allowed these on your windows/application firewall as well.
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Make sure you've explicitly allowed these on your windows/application firewall as well.
They are.
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Are they forwarded to the proper IP address?
    
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Are they forwarded to the proper IP address?
Yeah, I did say I double checked.
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enabling UPNP helps.
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enabling UPNP helps.
UPnP on my computer's firewall or on my router?
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