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NAT issue with Azureus


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I've got an issue with Azureus. In the past, the client has been great but the present version was working fine, then I closed, restarted it and now it's unable to make a NAT ''ok'' status. I've restarted it several times and even reinstalled it. I'm not running any firewall.

Any thoughts?

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No, I don't. I've always used Azureus and had no issues/problems. Indeed, not using any firewalls/routers at that time.

When using the new version, it was actning correctly. It was only till I closed it, then opened it again that it had this NAT issue. However, I did change the default TCP port to what I have normally used when installing Azureus, but considering it was downloading/uploading correctly to begin with, I gather the changing of the default TCP port number has anything to do with it. Though, I do recall it being a Five digit TCP port number instead of the original four digit TCP port number. Possibly it could be that I should stick with the new default TCP port number, then?.

Thanks...

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what kind of modem do you have, because some broadband modems ARE routers that simply connect to your ISPs WAN network instead of the conventional LAN? :rolleyes:

if it is, and your the only PC behind it (which it sounds like you are). look in the modem settings and see if you can enable a DMZ (aka. IP-Passthrough) and that'll automaticly send all communication to your PC (no fowarding needed) ;)

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Silly me...

I've just went to download a torrent only to find that in the new Azureus, it takes a user to actually download something before the NAT goes green and says ''ok''.

How nice of this new Azureus to do such a thing... :rolleyes:

Thanks for your advice. Appreciated.

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