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fanil123

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I live in Bombay and have net9online broadband internet connection. I am trying to use azureus to connect to torrents. But I get NAT error. The ISP is of no help, as they do not understand what I am talking about. How can I resolve this issue?Also is there a hub around my area so that I can use dc++.Please help.Thanks.
 

thecoolone

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u will get a NAT error only if ur behind a router or if ur ISP's using one. there's no porblem as such with azureus, it will work fine (does for me even though my ISP use a router)... the only thing is that u will be unable to connect to Romote connections and so ur dload speed wnt be fast !
 

Raptor

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Why was my post removed... :unsure: ???
 


Raptor

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Sorry Sushubh... My post was not removed. Instead fanil123 created the started the same topic again. My reply was given the first one not the second(this one). I thought it was removed. Anyway I'll give the solution again. The first topic can be found at "http://broadbandforum.in/net9online_broadband_internet-t2978.html"
 


Raptor

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Originally posted by fanil123@Oct 31 2005, 06:41 PM
I live in Bombay and have net9online broadband internet connection.  I am trying to use azureus to connect to torrents.  But I get NAT error.  The ISP is of no help, as they do not understand what I am talking about.  How can I resolve this issue?

Also is there a hub around my area so that I can use dc++.

Please help.
Thanks.
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Ur firewall should be blocking the port. To give access to the port open ur firewall and give access to all ports to the following program ":\PROGRAM FILES\JAVA\J2RE1.4.2_03\BIN\JAVAW.EXE" or search for javaw.exe. It should work (it worked for me).
 

Sushubh

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Originally posted by Raptor@Nov 1 2005, 07:08 PM
Sorry Sushubh... My post was not removed. Instead fanil123 created the started the same topic again. My reply was given the first one not the second(this one). I thought it was removed. Anyway I'll give the solution again. The first topic can be found at "http://broadbandforum.in/net9online_broadband_internet-t2978.html"
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cool enough. i have been quite unstrict on this forum since quite sometime. i need people to moderate themselves...
 

Raptor

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I see that u have quite a lot of problems with some other members already. No need to worry about me ^_^
 

ultra vires

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NAT error usually happens with ADSL modem cum routers, bets way to get rid of this is to Setup up virtual server and forward ur ports :)