Yes, in the port forwarding I did specify the machine that azureus is
running on. Azureus is working OK; I've got several dozen up/downloads
running at the moment. The only problem is that I'm seeing a lot more blue
health indicators on the uploads than I used to see before the m0n0wall.
I'm also seeing upload health indicators toggle between blue and green,
with just a few seconds in each state. Very curious.
Norman H. Azadian Taegerishalde 13 CH-3110 Muensingen Switzerland
norman at azadian dot ch tel: +41 31 721 7855 fax: +41 31 55 898 55
> Norman H. Azadian wrote:
>> I used the NAT wizard for Bit Torrent, then I went in and changed the
>> default port range 6881-6889 to port 49999 that I've configured
>> azureus for. Now I'm finding that seeds are almost always blue
>> instead of green. I'm not certain it's the firewall, but it does look
>> like it. Any ideas?
>> NHA Have you tried specifying the lan ip of which machine azureus is
>> running on? Maybe try another port because what if your isp blocks
>> 49999? . Please let me know the result , because whilst a completley
>> different p2p protocol , im having similar probs with winmx....
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