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No KAD network on emule lo id?

Hi! I am blocked on the KAD network on emule.


I have low id.

I have configured my to ports to be allowed but no luck,





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Re: no KAD network on emule lo id?

Did you change the standard ports?
This site has excellent instructions:

Posted on Oct 14, 2007

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Did you change the default ports?
This can be tricky, but there are excellent instructions at:

Posted on Oct 14, 2007

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I am sorry, but I would not listen to advice that you need to disable your Firewall for it to work!?!

Obviously as the response shows, even with the Firewall disabled it did not work [and would be vulnerable to attack]

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