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zuber

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I'm using DC++ on local network.
I connect in active mode.
And the problem is: I can't download anything from DC!
I can conenct to the hub, get user list and chat in main windows but nothing else. The I try to conect to anybody I got 'connection timeout'. But other users can download from me.

So I added new rule to traffic policy:
source: local network
destination: firewall
service: DC++
action: allow

and in DC++ I manually configured port to: 411.

Now DC++ work, I can download from others.

But I still can't search the DC hub.

I thaught that DC++ should work fine without any additional configuration.

An passive mode everithing works fine.

I use KWF 5.1.8

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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The correct Traffic policy settings for DC++ behind NAT should look like this:

DC++ in passive mode:
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rule #1:
Source: local network
Destination: public interface
Service: Any
Translation: SNAT(auto)

DC++ in active mode:
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rule #1:
Source: local network
Destination: public interface
Service: Any
Translation: SNAT(auto)

rule #2:
Source: public interface
Destination: firewall
Service: TCP/411 and UDP/411
Translation: DNAT(local IP)

In DC++ set correct public IP (firewall's public IP) and port 411. You can use any port instead of 411 from the example.

[Updated on: Wed, 28 January 2004 00:23]

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Parikkala

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Otherwise you can tell DC++ to use the IP address of the public interface (it is just next to the active mode option)

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generator

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How to make active DC connection for more than one user ?

I can map 411 port for only one IP, but if some other user behind my Firewal want connect DC, what can I do ?

[Updated on: Thu, 20 May 2004 09:40]

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Pavel Dobry (Kerio)

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generator wrote on Thu, 20 May 2004 09:40

How to make active DC connection for more than one user ?

I can map 411 port for only one IP, but if some other user behind my Firewal want connect DC, what can I do ?


Map another port to the second computer and set this port in DC++ client as incoming.
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Horza

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Hmm I tried this. I'm running DC++-client on my WinrouteFirewallRouter which is connected internally to a client to give the second access to the net and to the internet via a Ethernet connection 100Mbit/s. I'm not running DC++ on the client-computer.

I can get listings and I can upload to others at good speeds 800Kb/Sec-2.5Mb/sec. But my own downloads are tiny, usually I get 1.2Kb/sec at BEST...often 500bytes/sec.
W/out Wingate Firewall I get 8Mb/sec...so the difference is ridiculous.

Also it looks as though DC++ gets speed in the beginning but then the speed drops surely downwards and finally ceases....
Is it different to setup when DC++ is on the Firewall comp as compared to the Client computer?

I opened up my DC port of 8300 and also of those mentioned above for TCP/UDP but I seems to have no impact.

In my Servicesetting i put in no Packet inspection and also removed both Virus and Cobion surveillance as well.

I can't understand what the problem might be. I got Unreal Tournament2k4 and Bittorrent running on my second comp w/out any problems.

Any suggestions?

[Updated on: Sat, 03 July 2004 16:53]

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