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Old 2004-01-02, 04:39   Link #1
Join Date: Apr 2003
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Help With My Virtual Server

Can someone tell me how am I suppose to setup my virtual server? I am using a D-Link DI-714P+ router? There are basically 2 empty boxes. One is service ports and another one is service IP which starts off with 192.168.0._______
The service ports is for putting in the 6881-6999 thingy right? Then what bout my service IP? I've been twitching with it for now and wonder if I have done the wrong thing....
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Old 2004-01-02, 09:29   Link #2
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Not virtual server, the thing you're looking for to forward your ports is Special Application (special ap)

So find that function and enter the numbers

Trigger=6969 public ports=6881-6889 or 6881-6999 (should be same as the ports that your client uses)

read through this thread, theres a screenshot as an example.

forum's dedicated faq BitTorrent Step-By-Step
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Old 2004-01-02, 11:45   Link #3
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Acctually the PROPER way to do this, is by going into the firewall port advanced settings, and disable the blocking of ports 6881-6999 TCP

That's what they have stated on Dlink's faq page.

Just buy using special application, I found the speeds wern't nearly as fast as opening up the firewall ports
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