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Emule connection problem , DI- 614+ revB router

Whenever i connect emule , the internet connection is down after a few minutes. i forward 4662 TCP and 4672 UDP. my DLink router have latest firmware update. i also limit connections to 100 max. still having that problem. thanks.

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Re: emule connection problem , DI- 614+ revB router

It sounds like to emule client is hogging all your bandwidth. Try and limiting your emule client to only use 70% of your total bandwidth. If you don't know your internet speed, then go to and run a test

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