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Hey everyone.

Just found this sight, tried a search. Im too noob to understand what anybody is talking about :rolleyes:

Ok heres the deal. I have a Win XP Service pack 2 PC and a Belkin Wireless Router.
The router is set up fine, and obviously i can connect to it and get on the internet, browse, play online games etc. But im having trouble with p2p programs.
Specifically DC++ (http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/)
I can download a few things but it seems im only able to connect to certain users. I dont have the ufll access i had before.

Its set up to use uPnP (whatever that is) and i turned the function on on my router. Made sure windows firewall wasnt interfering set up windows uPnP in the Services.(basically followed thr faq on the DC++ website) but the program wont recognice the uPnP and asks me to set up my NAT settings manually...

I dont have a clue how to find these NAT settings. Ive come to a dead end.. any help anyone can give me on finding these settings.. I think i know where to put them in my router set up..

Anyone??

Please??

:cheesy:

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Last Post by Coconut Monkey
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Sorry Stretch, but.....

Keep it legal
Keep it clean and do not post pornographic material or link to it. In addition, do not post anything warez relaetd or related to other illegal acts. This includes tech support troubleshooting pirated software or P2P programs (i.e. Gnutella, Kazaa) used to obtain pirated software. Exceptions are helping to remove spyware or browser hijacks (that may or may not be related to illegal material) from a computer.

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