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is your PC on DHCP or static?
perhaps try putting PC on static and see if this helps.
perhaps try reseting router to factory default and try again.
Looks like for some reason your PC is trying to pick new address every time you download which could be coincidence.
But try with static first and restore with factory default.
are you an admin on the computer? only admin are allow to download and allow other to download...your modem is just fine.....if you are allow to download software or/and delete software. we are going to start over........uninstall any limewire if any on the computer....ok ....now go to limewire (or Frostwire) to download the newest version........a series of gray boxes will pop up once you have download and gone thru the set up routine....on one these questions (your firewall will ask if you wish for limewire to operate on this computer) you must say and click YES).......happy downloading (remember to share files........thats what p2p is about)
check with the ISP person ,in there server tcp ports are enabled ,
in some ISP they there ports are open ports,
sume isp are block the some ports so pls first check with ISP provider side, why means limewire need the port as to open ,
in your pc windows firewall will not block any ports
I think you mean the 2wire 2701 Rev A with white front and gray sides? If so there isn't a way in the router to generically disable all movie and music downloads, but if what you mean is that you want to block torrent or p2p downloads from a know client you can do that very easily by simply blocking the port in the firewall on either the router or the operating system.
There are no ports to open on the DCM425, as it's a cable modem, not a firewall. Earthlink/Time Warner will likely not be truthful when it comes to blocking ports on their end. Would it be possible to change the port that your PS2 is using?
Same goes for the bittorrent question, only I'd switch to uTorrent and different ports as well.