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i have a small network of 4 PCs. PC 1 is mine Broad band connection is attached on my compute. when i Connect to Emule it show me High Id but when i try to use Emule from others PCs which are Clients of my PC Emule show me Low ID on Client PCs. I have shared internet to others 3 computers from my PC. Emule is working with High Id on my Computer but please please please help me that how can i connect Emule with High Id on Client Computers. Even Windows Xp Firewall is off, there is no Router , Just using simple net sharing with D-link 8 Port Switch. Please Help me Thanks!
You can update the servers it may be become fast. Go this site and add all servers (add to emule) click this link, they automatically update the servers.
OR try this
First of all you need to know the IP of the computer that you use with Emule.
Then go to the router configuration:
- Choose "NAT Settings", and "Virtual Server".
1- If it isn't enabled, enable the "Virtual Server".
2- In "Well-Known Applications" choose de option "User defined".
3- Now the crucial part. Under the Virtual Server List, in the "Local IP" you place the IP of your computer (on the example, 192.168.1.2, i.e. my emule computer ip), "Port Range" put 4662 and Protocol TCP. "Protocol nº." stays blank, and in the "description" you can put Emule Rule Nº1.
4- Click ADD, to add the rule to the table.
- Again you make the same passes from 3 to add the second rule:
3- In the "Port Range" you place 4672 instead 4662, and on Protocol you place UDP instead TCP. On "Description" you can place Emule Rule Nº2.
4- Click ADD.
5- After making the 2 rules, click Finish, and on the next screen click on Save&Restart button.
In the next time you start Emule, you can acess to the servers without Low ID.
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