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I have problems in using the bittorent behind KWF ver 6.0.1.
I have got the permission from the net admin to make the necessary changes in KWF (and ofcourse do not interrupt others) to make it work.

I use the azureus client which normally can not connect to trackers from a client on the LAN behind KWF. Using the "HTTP tunnel" and configuring "azereus" to use the tunnel the tracker status changes to "OK".

WHY IS THAT? As far as I know, Tracker communication is done on TCP:6969(outbound), so why should I use the HTTP tunnel.

Even when the "tracker" status is OK (by using the tunnel), I've almost no download. This might be due to the NAT problem and the fact that I can not accept incoming connections.

So I went to KWF and defined a service as:

Name: torrent
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Source port: Any
Destination port: From 34413 to 34420 (the same port i've configured in "azereus" for accepting incoming conections)

And in Traffic policy i added:

Source: Internet Network Card
Destination: Firewall
Service: torrent (the service I defined before)
Action: Permit
Translation: Destination NAT to ip of client machine

Yet I have no download! What should I do to:
1) Avoid the use of the "HTTP tunnel"
2) make the client download at high rates

Please note that client works smoothly if I connect my computer directly to the internet connection coming from the ISP.
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