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    Just in case people were having trouble activating Port Forwarding for their router, I found a great site that gives pictured directions for specific routers and programs.

    The site is: http://portforward.com/.

    I hope that this site can be of some help to beginners who are trying to enter the torrenting world.

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    i cant found my modem there, what should i do ?


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    Do a Google search for your modem's name + "port forward" or refer to its manual.
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    did that i dont have any problems atm just for the future


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    well this is option called DMZ it is better than port forwarding and open all ports u need without enter them manually , it is great really
    see if ur router support that

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extremesmsm View Post
    well this is option called DMZ it is better than port forwarding
    No! It isn't!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Extremesmsm View Post
    well this is option called DMZ it is better than port forwarding and open all ports u need without enter them manually , it is great really
    see if ur router support that
    DMZ is a good solution?
    DMZ will expose your PC directly to the internet, bypassing any router protections.
    It's not safe!! Never use it!

    I only use it for troubleshooting purposes, when I want to take closed ports out of the equation. That's what it is for.

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    Portforward.com is ancient. I can't believe people are still only just finding out about it. Now a days, most routers are UPnP compatible so you no longer to forward individual ports yourself.

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    it really helps ? since some private trackers are have security?

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    I don't understand what you mean. Not all private trackers are 100% secure, that's for sure. And you need to forward your ports if you want to get good speeds and make it easy to seed.
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