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How configure router for port used with p2p software?

I need to connect with p2p software, but this require a open port in the router; How I can perform this task?

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  • edhing Nov 06, 2008

    I can not login because username or password is wrong.



    My email and others XP users accounts emails shows as optional usernames; I change to admin and use admin as password, but not login.

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First, know what your computer's IP address. This should be the computer that has the P2P software installed. (How to do this? Go here http://kb.iu.edu/data/ahse.html)

Then, open your Internet Explorer and type in on the address bar http://192.168.1.1and this should prompt you to login. Just type in admin for both the username and password.

Go to Advanced Setup > NAT > Virtual Servers

Click on Add then Make New One and use the name of your P2P software for the Server Name. Then your computer's IP address for the Server IP (which you have obtained when you did the first instruction).

Then for the rest of info required such as External & Internal Port Start and End and the Protocol, you may refer to your P2P software port configuration.

If you're not sure what it is, check the support website of your P2P software.

Hope this will help. Cheers x

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- The port used by Zultrax P2P
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Exit Zultrax P2P. Don't leave the program running while you are performing the actions below. Leaving the program running might give you false indiciations that your actions where not succesfull. Open a webbrowser (e.g. Internet Explorer, Firefox or Opera). Enter the IP address of your router in the address bar of the browser and press enter. The IP address of your router is by default 192.168.2.1

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