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# 143606 20-Apr-2014 21:27
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I am currently with Orcon on their unlimited plan, I am using their provided router, the NetComm NF4V. I have UPnP disabled, however when I started up my torrent client today, it forwarded the port by itself, and I am able to upload. However NAT-PMP and UPnP is disabled in my torrent client. Aswell as UPnP is disabled on the router. Also I have checked that I do not have a manual portfoward either, I checked the portfoward table.

Any ideas?

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  # 1028402 20-Apr-2014 23:12
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Forwarding a port has nothing to do with uploading or not, it only limits the direction the connection can be established.

Did you see anying incoming TCP connections in the peer list?




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  # 1028417 20-Apr-2014 23:18
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richms: Forwarding a port has nothing to do with uploading or not, it only limits the direction the connection can be established.

Did you see anying incoming TCP connections in the peer list?

I could make incoming connection to my IP, on that port, from external IP.

 
 
 
 


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  # 1028438 21-Apr-2014 00:12
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Hmm, Might have to have a play with my netcomm in that case and see if there is anything open that shouldnt be.




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  # 1028570 21-Apr-2014 13:03
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the nf4v fails the grc stealth testing done at grc https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2



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  # 1028583 21-Apr-2014 13:41
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Athlonite: the nf4v fails the grc stealth testing done at grc https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
my one doesn't fail it.

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