One way is to turn the firewall off completely but chances are what you'll need to do is portforward ares port which you can find out the port in the ares program ...i think its under options or something to that effect. anyway you can port forward that port or you can set an exception in the firewall itself. i find portforwarding to be much less of a headache though. i think for you to portforward u should have a gaming or services option on your belkin or even a portforwarding option. follow the directions given there.
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Since you aren't specific about the model of Belkin router you are using, I can only give you some general advice. This is what is have from MY Belkin router manual. Yours may be different....
UPnP (Universal Plug-and-Play) is yet another advanced feature offered by your Belkin Router. It is a technology that offers seamless operation of voice messaging, video messaging, games, and other applications that are UPnP-compliant. Some applications require the Router's firewall to be configured in a specific way to operate properly. This usually requires opening TCP and UDP ports. An application that is UPnP-compliant has the ability to communicate with the Router, basically "telling" the Router which way it needs the firewall configured. The Router ships with the UPnP feature disabled. If you are using any applications that are UPnP-compliant, and wish to take advantage of the UPnP features, you can enable the UPnP feature. Simply select "Enable" in the "UPnP Enabling" section of the "System Settings" page. Click "Apply Changes" to save the change.
The problem you are describing is typical of Firewall issues: you can try to resolve the issue by trying the following in order:
1) Disable any firewall/anti-spyware software on your PC/Laptop (or try using a different 'working' PC or Laptop
2) Disable all firewall on your wireless router
3) Disable all firewall on your adsl/cable modem
Once you determine where the problem is, re-enable the firewalls/filters as required and add Exceptions for the appropriate IP addresses and/or Ports to enabled Web browsing (in general do not block port 80 or 8080).
Hope it helps.
if the router is still under warranty or you have an existing ISP,you can try to contact them since they are the only one who knows how to configure that,theres a possiblity that they will reset everything
1. You may want to do the firmware updates. 2. Check the wireless channel 3. Check MAC address control . You will have to "allow" the wireless device here. 4.Check the the firewall settings in the router. this is all done in the routers configuration page usually at 192.16..0.1. This ip address is type into the browser URL or Address locator.
To secure your wireless network and prevent unauthorized access you need to setup your wireless router with these settings :-
When you first setup your wireless router you should change the login password and then the wireless configuration, setup WAP or WAP2 encryption (WAP2 is the strongest encryption) and change the SSID and turn off SSID broadcast. For further wireless protection enable MAC address filtering. The MAC address of the wireless card in your computer is entered in the router MAC address filter table, which allows only the wireless card with this MAC address to connect to the wireless router. Also if your router has a firewall then you should enable this feature. The wireless card on the computer needs to be configured with the wireless router's settings. The LAN cable can be removed and the computer communicates wirelessly with the router.
Sounds like you've already had problems with belkin's interface.
Configuring servers & NAT is a pain on belkins, at least I've
always had probs with them.
Assuming you have Windows Firewall, Norton, Mcaffee & all other stuff like that NOT running on the PC, The easiest way to get your game through any router is to put the PC in the router's DMZ during game play. The catch is sometimes the DMZ doesn't work right on Belkins. Sorry.
Anyhow, If you have opened ports you should be able to easily do the following. Assign your all your PCs static IP address in the belkin subnet 192.168.2.xxx. Go into the belkin setup at 192.168.2.1 (no pass needed unless someone assigned one) and turn off DHCP. Then put the Gamer in the DMZ. You'll have to poke around a bit for the right configuration pages but it's not that complicated.
To fix this issue all you have to do is,You should open the bitcomet downloader portnumbers on the belkin router,you need to open default page by typing 192.168.2.1 in address bar. And also i would like suggest you to disable firewall on router and check for firmware update... It may be quiet difficult for you to do all this.please call tollfree number"belkin" and ask them to change these settings which i have mentioned.and it will definitely work..... .....Hope this is help full for you
You choose a wireless router so you need to install in some freequency. You can choose the freequency by the list like 2.4 G.Hz ect. then just select the link & fix threre working ares / type. Avoid the command prompt. use bessic settings your user manuel help you further.