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Forwarding ports with O2 Wireless Box & Utorrent

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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
Can anybody help me with this?
I am following the guide on Portforward.com for the above, but the Port doesn't seem to open!
The guide I followed is the Speedtouch 585, as thats what the 02 router is, however, I ain't getting nowhere!

Can anyboy please help me who has it set up?

TIA
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8y, 1m agoPosted 8 years, 1 month ago
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banned#1
even though portforward says portrange "6112 to 6112" (assuming those are the ports utorrent is asking for) i think you need to change it to portrange 6112 to 6113 and translate to 6112. Then test the port on utorrent see if that works :)

Edit: If you are using different ports use the same method for example if you were using 1056 (random number lol) then put it as 1056 to 1057 translate to 1056
banned#2
Any luck with it?
#3
Nope! :-(
banned#4
gah, dunno then mate, dont actually have that router but same sorta problem happened on my homehub think that was the way i corrected it. You tried good old google?
#5
suntansuperman
gah, dunno then mate, dont actually have that router but same sorta problem happened on my homehub think that was the way i corrected it. You tried good old google?


Yea, tried Google, don't seem to be gettng anywhere!
I had the ports forwarded with Netgear router no problem! Change....don't ya just love it! lol
Thanks for the help tho...spose I'll keep trying!
banned 1 Like #6
tried changing the translate to number to the second number ie 6112 to 6113 translate to 6113. Sometimes things just need a play around with. yeh i checked google too, doesnt seem to be very friendly as it always is lol
#7
This any help? http://forum.portforward.com/YaBB.cgi?num=1225231977/4

I'm on o2 broadband but no longer bother with torrents so port forwarding isnt an issue as I now use newsgroups (nearing a 100gig this week alone :whistling: hoping 1TB drives drop in price again soon!!!)
#8
I've now sorted it :-D

I just downloaded BitTorrent, and used the Application settings that were already in the router settings and just changed the Port numbers! :thumbsup:
#9
Can't use BitTorrent as its not supported, however, I found the cause....It was the Windows firewall :oops: At least I know it works! loI
#10
I had the same problem with my Be router, in utorrent i enabled pnp port mapping and everything was fine

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