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Old 2004-07-13, 22:48   Link #1
AznFenixX
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Azureus prob

Hi.. im using azureus but i keep getting errors when i tried to download
The error msg says failed to establish listen on port 6969, Check that other applicaations aren't already using this port.
The health is just stayin red the whole time, doesn't seem it's connecting. Also i've config everything based on the guide by sin, and it still wont work.
Can anyone gimme some suggestions? Thx
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Old 2004-07-14, 08:06   Link #2
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Hi.. im using azureus but i keep getting errors when i tried to download
The error msg says failed to establish listen on port 6969, Check that other applicaations aren't already using this port.
The health is just stayin red the whole time, doesn't seem it's connecting. Also i've config everything based on the guide by sin, and it still wont work.
Can anyone gimme some suggestions? Thx
Port 6969? Umm, nevermind. Did you try changing the Incoming TCP listen ports in Configuration:Server to some random number (i.e. 6880)?
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Old 2004-07-14, 08:53   Link #3
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I tried changing incomin port to 6880, but the error still showed up
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Old 2004-07-14, 09:03   Link #4
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I tried changing incomin port to 6880, but the error still showed up
Do you get the exact same message like before (about port 6969)?
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Old 2004-07-14, 10:28   Link #5
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Yes.. Exactly the same
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Old 2004-07-14, 10:58   Link #6
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Yes.. Exactly the same
OK, I just checked my open ports with TrojanHunter and it tells my that port 6969 is open although I defined 6880 as incoming port. I faintly remember, however, that Azureus did not use the 6969 port in previous versions. So, before I tell you to open port 6969, I'll look into that again.
I'd appreciate if whoever reads that could tell me which ports your Azureus uses.

Update: I just downgraded to Azureus 2.1.0.0 and it did not use the 6969 port (or any suspicious port for that matter). Azureus 2.1.0.4 however, opens the 6969 ports (with or without plugins - doesn't matter).

Update2: OK, I now know why Azureus opens port 6969.

AznFenixX, go to Configuration:Tracker and uncheck Enable tracker on HTTP port.
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Old 2004-07-14, 13:14   Link #7
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thx for the help, it solved the error prob. However the health stays red and doesnt seem it's connecting.... even the newest naruto 90
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Old 2004-07-14, 13:40   Link #8
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thx for the help, it solved the error prob. However the health stays red and doesnt seem it's connecting.... even the newest naruto 90
Did you configure the router and/or firewall correctly?
To configure the router, you must first know your router's ip. Go to www.whatismyip.com to find out the IP. After that, type that IP in the address bar of your internet browser and the configuration of the router should be accessable. If your router supports UPnP enable it in the configuration and in Azureus (Configuration:Plugins:UPnP). If your router does not support UPnP, things are more tricky and since Doppelganger did a nice job in explaining how to configure the router manually, see his post.
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Old 2004-07-14, 15:06   Link #9
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Im not really good with router, so i dont quite get how to make the router accessable. I have been used azureus for a long time, all the weird stuff just happened yesterday including the error msg when i run azureus. I think i config my router correctly b/c it works b4. Just to make sure, is it possible to put some screenshots on how to config a router? Btw i have a linksys router. Also i've done port forwarding and enabled Upnp. Thx
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Old 2004-07-14, 15:07   Link #10
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There is a screenshot in my guide (2nd post) and in the Doppelganger's post.
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Old 2004-07-14, 15:14   Link #11
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I see the sn in your post and i enabled the Upnp, is that all to the router?
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Old 2004-07-14, 15:16   Link #12
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I see the sn in your post and i enabled the Upnp, is that all to the router?
If UPnP is enabled in Azureus and the router config, then yes. Better than asking would be trying it though Don't forget to tell me if it worked, though.
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Old 2004-07-14, 15:24   Link #13
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Sorry for being dumb and lazy...... but what exactly do u mean by config the router? i read both posts but still confused...
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Old 2004-07-14, 16:12   Link #14
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BTW ... do u use AIM i figure it's easier to find where the prob is =)
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Old 2004-07-15, 15:37   Link #15
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Case closed, and problem solved through PM

I thought I'd let you know so that you don't waste your time solving a problem that is non-existent ^_^
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