BSNL Broadband: Port Forwarding Thru Pppoe Dialling In Huawei Wa1003a

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sholay

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Im using Windows PPPOE dialer to connect to the net on my dataone Home 500 plan. How do i do port forwarding in this case. I want to speedup utorrent.Most threads give solution for Port Forwarding by Autodialling thru Router.Help me!
 
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i think port forwarding in not required in bridge mode
 
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QUOTE(sholay @ Jan 10 2007, 09:29 PM) [snapback]74440[/snapback]
Im using Windows PPPOE dialer to connect to the net on my dataone Home 500 plan. How do i do port forwarding in this case. I want to speedup utorrent.[/b]

You are dialing from your Windows OS. In this mode, the modem is in bridge mode. In "bridge" mode, you do not need any port forwarding in your modem -- your modem is just a bridge between the internet and your computer and you computer is effectively connected to the internet directly. If you have a single computer, bridge mode of the modem is the most convenient mode.

And if you are having difficulty in this mode concerning your ports data, then there may be a problem with your computer (firewall? is that configured properly?).
 
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to me it seems to be a firewall issue...just check if that's blocking your downloads/softwares/ports...
 
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@sholay Im using Windows PPPOE dialer to connect
Will this work for all modems ? in "Dialup mode"
@sholay has not mentioned the modem model.

Please use [ quote ] blah blah [/ quote ] ( no space) for specific queries .
Full message need not be quoted. If you know it already, my apologies.
 


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Will this work for all modems ? in "Dialup mode"
Actually different Modems/Routers/Service Providers have different methods and they have different Terminology.........
And it doesn't depend on whether you have a Dial-Up or a LAN connection....[:)]