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Old 03-04-2008, 09:03 PM   #66
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Yeah, it can be annoying, but it's not too difficult.

Enter your router or DSL/Cable modem setup by typing 192.168.x.x in your browser address bar (last two numbers vary, and sometimes they use a completely different address, refer to the manual or the manufacturer's website). Usually it's 192.168.1.1 or if you use Bell South it's typically always .2.1.

Anyway, once you are there, go to advanced or a page that says networking or something similar. There it will have a list of ports open and blocked by your modem/router. Open uTorrent or Azureus, go into the Preferences window, and it will tell you what port is designated for that program. Then, go back into the modem/router setup, hit "add port settings" or something similar, then enter both UDP and TCP of "insert torrent port here". This will allow free flowing connections for your torrent programs.

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