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Topic # 23218 22-Jun-2008 18:55
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We have recently signed up to xent (fusion) and are loving it.

However we can no longer use Limewire - it just won't connect.  Assume this is something to do with a setting on a firewall but not really sure where to start looking.

Anyone else out there had this problem?

We have Dynalink modem anda Linksys WRP400 router.

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  Reply # 139787 22-Jun-2008 21:15
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Are you using Dynalink in half-bridge mode (IP extensions) into WRP400? If not, then the double NAT may be your problem.




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  Reply # 139809 22-Jun-2008 22:33
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My dad was having the same problem the other day but he is on ihug (Vodafone).

We installed the latest version for the Limewire website, and then just left it to connect for ages and it came right after about 30 mins of trying to connect.

Works fine for me here on Xnet, not that I use it.

 
 
 
 


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  Reply # 139833 23-Jun-2008 07:51
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I think the real question here is why you'd want to connect to Limewire? Go bittorrent...




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  Reply # 139838 23-Jun-2008 08:09
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