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Thread: Port Forwarding Again

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    i did the "ipconfig" to get my gate way number and i put this in ip and it does nothing , in ipconfig it says i have an ethernet adapter, can i forward the ports on this, if how? i have norton internet security 2004 does this affect the speed in any way, i have a blue yonder 1mb connection and the most i can download off bittorrent is 20kb or so, but does go up to 40 for a short while, any help would be very good.

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    DO YOU HAVE A ROUTER?!!?!?

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    LMAO...UR GONNA BE DREAMING ABOUT ROUTERS AND PORT FORWARDING TONIGHT

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    i have a SB4200 surfboard cable modem, what is a router

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    TheFilePirater...Chill...I got this one!



    thats a router

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    Originally posted by hondarvf400@11 December 2003 - 03:35
    i have a SB4200 surfboard cable modem, what is a router
    omfg.........................................*biggest sigh ever*

    dont worry bout it honda, you dont have one nor do you need one, but to explain...

    Routers are used to splitt internet connections. So lets say you have 2 computers and you want to make both have the internet. You buy a router to "splitt" the connection. It works like this...


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    ok there is only one computer in the house, so do i need to port forward, i think no, how the hell do i get a decent download speed of 100kb or more

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    Originally posted by hondarvf400@10 December 2003 - 22:46
    ok there is only one computer in the house, so do i need to port forward, i think no, how the hell do i get a decent download speed of 100kb or more
    follow my advice, but don't cheat make sure you seed afterwards
    http://klboard.ath.cx/index.php?showtopic=52427

  9. BitTorrent   -   #9
    see this...



    it means that if you up the u/l speed it ups ur d/l speed...


    @anyone smarter....is it just me or is this really that hard?

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    ok cheers for all that, so this is not something you can do in 10 mins, so if i always leave on my up loaded files for others to download on, after a while i will see my speeds go up. cool

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