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icelus8765

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#11356 17-Jan-2007 21:59
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hey i am currentry change my plan from xtra go large to orcon max dw/up..i just found my BT EMULE speed still really slow about 20 kb/s , flashget which is good , up to 500kb/s sometime. i am using dlink 504T, i also tried to port forward my router, but i could find the portforward funtion in my rounter....
 HELP PLEASE

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  #58220 18-Jan-2007 08:49
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You might want to have a look at the following website. It gives details on how to do port forwarding on lots of different routers.

www.portforward.com/routers.htm
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  #58364 19-Jan-2007 17:39
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Thanks man, but i just couldnt find the portfoward function in my rounter .. i think maybe xtra  modified the rounter..

 
 
 
 


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  #58374 19-Jan-2007 18:55
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If its one of those dlinks... look for virtual servers.

I can provide the exact wording when I get back, currently out having dinner while posting on a pda....




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  #58392 19-Jan-2007 22:31
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thanks man .. waiting for your reply

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  #58394 19-Jan-2007 22:40
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Virtual server it is.

On the newer ones - you should see an Advanced tab. Once you click that - there is a button on the left hand side called Virtual Server.

From there you can select from a predetermined list or add your own by selecting user.






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#58401 20-Jan-2007 17:57
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thanks for reply ,, and what is the next step...sorry Tongue out

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  #58402 20-Jan-2007 18:20
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if you dont mind can i have your phone number i can call you.. thanks

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