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I am trying to get my server to run BitComit 0.66 (a BitTorrent client) with WinRoute 6.2.0 build 1323...

Here is the setup of my system:

External WAN IP: (via D-Link DI-604 Router)
Internal LAN IP: (Windows 2003 Standard Server)

I have setup the following two services in Winroute:

BitTorrent - Inbound
Protocol: TCP
Source Port: Any
Destination Port: 6881-6999
Protocol Inspector: N/A

BitTorrent - Outbound
Protocol: TCP
Source Port: 6969
Destination Port: Any
Protocol Inspector: N/A

I have also setup the following traffic policies:

Name: Service BitTorrent - Inbound
Source: Local Area Connection
Destination: Firewall
Service: BitTorrent - Inbound
Action: Permit

Name: Service BitTorrent - Outbound
Source: Local Area Connection
Destination: Firewall
Service: BitTorrent - Outbound
Action: Permit

I have also created similar permissions in the router's software to allow those ports to pass thru.

So far, none of these settings have worked, even placing the server in the routers' DMZ has failed to enable BitComit.

Any suggestions would be appreaciated.
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