In the window that opens click in the Tasks Pane (on the left) on the Change Adapter Settings (for Windows 7) or on Manage Network Connections (for Vista).

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Make sure you scroll all the way down the list and look at all of them. configuration du routeur pour bitcomet( nous utilisons sagem fast 2404): http://www.tunisia-sat.com/vb/showthread.php?t=142119&highlight=moujib1985, http://www.tunisia-sat.com/vb/showpost.php?p=6041373&postcount=4. After you’ve done that, restart BitComet and try the test for Remote connections again. This way the listen port will be forwarded all the way from the public IP of the WAN interface on Router1 to the LAN NIC card of your PC. If you set up port forwarding correctly you should now be getting some Remote connections — along with greatly increased speeds. How do i fix this ?

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The DNS server addresses will be entered separately, click Use the following DNS server addresses, and input your DNS server(s). Your WAN IP address is the IP address that people outside of your network see, but it does not reveal the internal IP address allocation on your LAN, which may contain multiple computers, each (naturally) having their own LAN IP. The router will still use itself the public WAN IP Address which is assigned by your ISP (and would have been assigned directly to your PC, should you have not used a router) and will use a process called Network Address Translation (NAT) to forward all the packets outgoing from your LAN to the Internet or incoming from the Internet to your LAN.

So, why do you need to forward your port? By setting a static IP on your computer, you are forcing your computer to assert that address to the router (instead of asking the router to assign it one). BitCometはランダムにどのポートでも利用できますので、 オプションのポートの項目で、 監視ポート番号 となっている方を選択し、 「ランダムポートの選択」をクリックして現われた番号でもいいですし、 49152~65536の間であなたが勝手に

most likely your Internet connection will be firewalled at the ISP site by default (so you basically get only half of an Internet connection, without the possibility of successful incoming connections). If that is your case, then you're probably using a topology similar with the one below (the IP addresses used in the figure below are used for exemplification, yours will vary according to your ISP and your particular equipment): For the purpose of the following discussion we're going to assume that you use a topology similar to the one above (which is the most common). If this is your case (i.e. Be it for the purpose of adding wireless capabilities to the LAN or for increasing the number of available Ethernet ports on the LAN in order to add several computers or for whatever other reasons, many users find themselves using two cascaded routers (many of them unknowingly!). Therefore skip directly to Step 3 of this guide.

I have added BitComet to windows firewall Fixed It !! Check the model number of your device, and search it on the Internet to verify if that's your case.

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You need to configure port forwarding so your router knows that the incoming connections are for BitComet and will be allowed through (forwarded) to your computer. Once you're done, click OK, then Close.

views TS mamadu: Sep 16 2008, 07:40 PM, updated 12y ago. That is why it needs a rule set in its configuration settings, which says something of the type: “Packets incoming on port no.

Take note of your PPPoE username and password (as well as of the VPI/VCI parameters if it applies to your connections type) as you may need them to set up your other router.
We'll call the network between Router1 and Router2, LAN-A, and the network between Router2 and your PCs, LAN-B.

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First, no matter which brand your router is, you will need to set up a static IP on the PC that will be using BitComet. (If your connection sometimes works and sometimes doesn't, this is probably why.). most likely your Internet connection will be firewalled at the ISP site by default (so you basically get only half of an Internet connection, without the possibility of successful incoming connections).

On Router2 you will have to forward the same listen port towards 192.168.3.100 (we assumed that this is the PC running BitComet). However there are a certain number of applications which need to use incoming connections as well in order to function properly, which means that the connection is being initiated by the other host computer, not by yours. In that case an entry gets added into the NAT table of the router, containing the socket (the pair of IP address and port of your PC and of the host computer you're connecting to) so that the router will know where to send (into your private LAN) all the reply packets that come for that connection. ( 登出 /  It shows that my 'listen port' is blocked.

Most applications communicate with the Internet, using an outgoing connection type, which means that the connection with the host computer at the other end (usually a server) is being initiated from your machine, from your side. Switching to another client like uTorrent or Azureus will not help fix the issue of getting slow torrent speeds. How do I know which port to choose to do port forwarding with bitcomet? Step 3 To configure port forwarding, open up BitComet and go to Options > Preferences.

Note: If you are connected to the Internet through a wireless modem (usually a USB stick) which uses mobile phone wireless telecommunications technology (such as GPRS, EDGE, EVDO, HSPA, UMTS, etc.)
If you only have Local initiated connections (and possibly also NAT Traversal connections) like the picture above, it means incoming connections are most probably being stopped by your router or firewall, so you need to configure port forwarding. After that refer to the section above for detailed instructions on manual port-forwarding. my previous isp also used CGNAT so i had followed the instruction here, listed in the automatic route.

This is a lot simpler than it sounds, for example, a screenshot showing how I’d configure port forwarding in my router can be found here. You also could try to connect the cable which comes from the LAN port of Router1 to one of the LAN ports of Router2, thus uniting LAN-A and LAN-B into a single LAN.

The problem with Universal Plug and Play is that it's not supported by all routers, and different/incompatible implementations of the UPnP protocol are included in many routers. Sometimes, UPnP Auto Port Mapping just won't work.

Port number in BitComet is at Tools>Options>Connection. Junior Member 47 posts Joined: Mar 2007. BitComet Portforwarding. If that doesn't solve your problem, please read this topic, since the issues are most of the times related, except for that you'll have to apply all that to the BitComet.xml file.

If your router wasn't supplied by BT, you can check the instructions supplied with the equipment. That is because NAT is being performed once from the public IP address used by the WAN interface of Router1 toward the private address used by the Router2's WAN interface and the second time, NAT is being performed from the private address of the Router2's WAN interface to the private address of your PC (which is part of a different private subnetwork).

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For these reasons, it’s strongly recommended that you check for remote initiated connections with a torrent that uses a tracker on a port other than 80 (if it displays port 80 or no port at all in the tracker address then it uses port 80, so try a different one). Hopefully you can find your router on this list and view step-by-step port forwarding instructions.

If you failed the port test above, then you should first set your port to a proper one.

Bitcomet Port Forwarding (TCP/UDP) : –Today, i’ve found this guide on how to do port forwarding on your bitcomet.

BitComet is the first client to solve this issue by caching data in the memory, and thus accessing your hard drive less often. policy | Terms 「Default Gateway」 should be your routers internal IP address. Also note that “static IP” refers to static LAN IP, which is different and unrelated to WAN IP.

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Next, in windows, click Start then Run Type cmd and press enter.