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Low id by amule

Hej,
i am getting the warning low id bei amule, reason iam behind a router or firewall how can i change this, my betreibs system is linux.
thanks in advance
brite60

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The router has a built-in firewall (NAT) and it can't be disabled. By the way, what is the model # or brand of your router? You'll just need to disable the 3rd party firewall on your system.

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Hej. Er der nogen her som taler dansk


Hej Trille,

måske du også ville give mig "FixYa her :-)

Tak
/Teis

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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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