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Hi. It really depends on what type of modem or router you are using to open up ports. Also if you are using an application for downloading such as Bitcomet, you need to find out what port or listening port is currently configured on Bitcomet. for example, the listening port on Bitcomet is 4545, then you have to open port 4545 on your router or modem.
You also need to make sure that your modem or router has port forwarding features..
you may also visit this link for instructions on how to forward or open ports to different types of routers...
Sounds like you need driver installed for the ethernet or wireless hardware on your laptop. Right click My Computer and click properties. See if there are any yellow ! on the list and see what is listed next to them. Chances are the network hardware is not installed properly and you will need to find the drivers to load and install properly. That should take care of your issue.
If all is installed properly let me know and I can go to the next troubleshooting step.
YOU WILL NEED THE COMPATIBLE ROUTER FOR THE COMPANY YOU ARE WILL, THERE WILL BE BELKIN ROUTERS OUT THERE FOR ORANGE BUT YOU BEST TO GOOGLE IT ON THE NET OR CONTRACT THEM WHICH MODELS ARE COMPATIBLE AS EACH COMPANY HAS A CODE ON THE LINE.
There should be both a model number and a serial number on either the bottom and/or back of the router. The model number is what the port forwarding site needs. Sometimes the router has a vesion number as well. Be sure to provide this information too. If youre still stuck, head to netgear's website and try to match the router visually. Yet another thing you can try is to access the router via the internal gateway. The status section here can give you your model number.