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Open ports for EMULE

How do I open port 4553 for P2P (E-mule)?

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  • adifrank Feb 19, 2008

    i have forwarded the ports for emule as instructed in portforward.com. still, KAD status is: firewalled, TCP test fails and Low Id.

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I don't know how it is in this specific type of router but i hava a similar one, and u need to go inside ur settings and set up rule for firwall with the tcp 4553

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Open port for emule

Hello
The web site mentioned below helps to configure the port for emule
http://portforward.com/cportsnotes/emule/eMule.htm
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Getting low id on mule v0.50a even though the ports are open the port test confirms this but still low id

http://www.emule-project.net/home/perl/help.cgi?l=1&topic_id=122&rm=show_topic

That should be everything you need.
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How do u change your nat settings to open

you can't just say nat is now OPEN :)
let's say you have a pc with IP of 192.168.1.33
you are running a emule (hehe) on that PC
you want to use port 12345 for your emule
this is what you need to do:
1. go to webinterface of your router (usually http://192.168.1.1)
2. go to menu network/nat/port forwarding
3.go to service->user define
4. in new window click "active", name it emule, start port 12345, end port 12345, server ip 192.168.1.33
5. click ok, apply, whatever and go to menu security/firewall/rules
6. choose packet direction wan to wan/router
7. click on ADD
8. change following fields: destination address - change to single address and change 0.0.0.0 to 192.168.1.33 and click on add, then close to it says ANY, mark it and click on remove
9. on same page under services click on edit customized services
10. choose number 1 or 5 or whatever :)
11. service name: emule rule, service type TCP/UDP, type single, port 12345
12. click on apply
13. go to menu maintenance/tools/restart
14. just in case restart the box and your zyxel is now accepting incoming connections on port 12345 and forwarding them to 192.168.1.33 (your pc) ...

i hope i helped

cheers

-tomba


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I cannot open ports TCP/UDP for eMule using router 2Wire Infinitu

You need to portforward your router to accept emules port number/numbers. Go to portforward.com. look up your router and follow the instructions. It's pretty easy.
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How configure router for port used with p2p software?

First, know what your computer's IP address. This should be the computer that has the P2P software installed. (How to do this? Go here http://kb.iu.edu/data/ahse.html)

Then, open your Internet Explorer and type in on the address bar http://192.168.1.1and this should prompt you to login. Just type in admin for both the username and password.

Go to Advanced Setup > NAT > Virtual Servers

Click on Add then Make New One and use the name of your P2P software for the Server Name. Then your computer's IP address for the Server IP (which you have obtained when you did the first instruction).

Then for the rest of info required such as External & Internal Port Start and End and the Protocol, you may refer to your P2P software port configuration.

If you're not sure what it is, check the support website of your P2P software.

Hope this will help. Cheers x

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Router

What is the model number of your router? If you are using a Linksys router, you'll just need to open the port for emule. Here's some helpful link.

Click <A href=" http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Linksys/WRT54G/eMule.htm
here">here</A>
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There is no firewall in this modem, it's just a modem working in bridged mode. So the problem is in your router (firewall or port forwarding) or the firewall on your computers.
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Low ID on eMule

One more thing re low id on emule - try to choose ports between 10000 and 60000 - many isps block the standard ports that emule users choose, and you will see people saying to choose one over 5000, but I'd chosen ports between 5000 and 10000, and still had no luck until I went over10000.
Most isps don't monitor ports over 10000, so if you still have low id problems even after port forwarding and setting up your firewall, this may be the answer to your problem! (I got this info off portforward.com, and it worked for me)
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Configure for emule

You must open ports on your router to allow incoming traffic while using eMule. eMule uses three ports*: 4662 (TCP) 4672 (UDP) 4711 (TCP) Visit eMule here. * To prevent getting a low ID (Firewalled), open additional TCP ports between 4661 and 4665. Also, limit the number of connections in the eMule software. You may need to change the TCP Clientport to something other than 4662.
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