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    Portforwarding big issues

    This is a discussion on Portforwarding big issues within the Sky Broadband help forums, part of the Sky Broadband help and support category; Hi I am hoping someone can help. Ok my first question I have two programs Utorrent and dc++ ok I ...

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      Portforwarding big issues

      Hi I am hoping someone can help.

      Ok my first question I have two programs Utorrent and dc++

      ok I have both
      services ports
      utorrent 36847
      dc++ 3902


      ok thats fine the ports are ok
      .

      now on the firewall rules bit i have this

      Service Name -- Action -- LAN Server IP address

      utorrent ALLOW always 192.168.x.x
      dc++1 ALLOW always 192.168.x.x

      ok so can the LAN server Ip address be the same like for instance both 192.169.0.123 ? or would that be wrong and i would need to use a static ip like --- 192.168.0.134 for utorrent and a different static for dc++


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      Re: Portforwarding big issues

      No, The LAN Server IP would be the same, I take it uTorrent and DC++ are installed on the same computer, Which would mean they have the same IP.
      The only thing that should be different is the port, Which in this case is perfect.

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      Re: Portforwarding big issues

      Yes fibre thats correct the programs are on the same program thank you making it more clear for me. So there is no need to make a static ip address?

     

     

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