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 Post subject: help me, pls
PostPosted: Wed Nov 30, 2005 6:29 pm 
i really need help to get rid of that yellow light.....and before anyone says anything i DID read some of the stickys and i DID try some of the things ppl posted but nothing worked for me

i have mcafee personal firewall plus and i really need to know what to fill out in the following:
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any help would be appretiated


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2005 12:14 am 
Program Name: BitTornado
That's the only one I can answer without more information.

You're telling mcafee personal firewall plus what BitTornado uses and needs.

...so what did you set BitTornado to?


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PostPosted: Thu Dec 01, 2005 5:40 am 
what do yoyu mean?
on portfoward.com it said to forward ports 10000 to 10004, but i already tried that and it didnt work


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PostPosted: Sun Dec 04, 2005 12:52 am 
Sorry, been busy this weekend.

What I mean is, you have to SET BitTornado to use an ip port range (it might be 10000-10004, it might not be). Go into PREFS in BitTornado to set those values, and DISABLE randomize.

THEN you tell Mcafee Personal Firewall Plus what you set BitTornado to.

After doing that, assuming you don't have a hidden firewall/router in your DSL/Cable modem or another software firewall on your computer (such as the default Win XP firewall)

...Then BitTornado shouldn't be firewalled.

...Though it is possible for your ISP to be firewalling your whole connection.


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PostPosted: Mon Dec 05, 2005 2:56 pm 
thank you, just one last question, i set the prefs of bitotnado to ports 6881 to 6999, now where exatly to i type thos in based oin the pic in the first post (cause im still getting th yellow light, so im hoping its something i did wrong and not that my ISP is firewalling my whole connection)


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PostPosted: Tue Dec 06, 2005 1:02 pm 
Simple:

Why not use the 6881 to 6999 range in all 4 of those?
like so:
6881-6999

Actually, that probably won't be enough...but at least it's a start.
Outgoing ports from ranges 1000-4000 are probably needed too -- but the narrow 6881-6999 incoming range should be fine.

So... for outgoing, use:
1000-6999
For INCOMING, use:
6881-6999

Make sense?


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