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Topic # 67919 10-Sep-2010 18:24
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LOST....!

Im new to this, so some help would be appreciated! just trying to get some info on my Netgear DG834Gv4.
I wanting to make sure the Router is set up right for P2P.....?
Any ideas ?

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  Reply # 378648 10-Sep-2010 19:20
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ahhh, out of the box the unit should do its thing, what exactly are the issues, not the unit I would actively go out and use, but should do all most folk want.

Guess whats more important is what is the DSL stats, the router itself should just do its thing well within the pressures of a ADSL2+ (20Mb/s max) connection.

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  Reply # 378672 10-Sep-2010 21:12
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If your P2P software requires listening ports then you may have to setup port forwarding in the router, unless your software uses UPnP to open ports.




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Reply # 378734 11-Sep-2010 08:59
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Hi thanks for replying....

Im running U Torrent, not really sure how to port forward....?Surprised.
i guess i follow the prompts from utorrent?

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