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masyusufs

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Please tell me how to open port 6881 that is block by KWF 6. I want to use it for my P2P program, Azureus.

How the rule should apply including mapping for one local IP?

I am novice to KWF so please answer in detail to my single question.
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FRiC

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In services, create a BitTorrent service with
Name: BitTorrent
Protocol: TCP/UDP
Source port: Any
Destination port: 6881-6889

Then, in traffic policy, create a new rule with
Source: Internet
Destination: Firewall
Service: BitTorrent
Action: Enable
Transation: MAP <your IP>

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DeadSet

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I've done these recomended setting with my trail version of KWF6 and can only get some torrents to download. If I take a closer look it seems like torrents with trackers that run on different ports are the ones that does not want to download, can you guys suggest a way round this?

thanks
PS: I know this is a very old topic but it helped me to get some downloads going, thanks FRiC.

[Updated on: Wed, 29 August 2007 16:22]

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winkelman

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Obviously, if a service runs on other, not-opened ports, you'd need to open-up those ports as well.
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DeadSet

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That is the funny thing, when I setup the service to include the whole range of ports, including those I see in the Tracker URL it still does not help. What am I missing??

Thanks for the reply?
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