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add_port_mapping_in_nat_router [2012/09/14 22:49]
greywizard [Cascaded routers]
add_port_mapping_in_nat_router [2012/10/09 17:48]
greywizard [Manually Configure Port Mapping at Router setup page]
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   and search for it.   and search for it.
  
-OR 
  
-To manually check whether you have a MODEM or a ROUTER, follow these instructions below:+ 
 +Alternatively,​ to manually check whether you have a MODEM or a ROUTER, follow these instructions below:
  
     * Click on Start -> Run -> type //cmd// -> press Enter or OK -> type //​ipconfig//​ -> press Enter.     * Click on Start -> Run -> type //cmd// -> press Enter or OK -> type //​ipconfig//​ -> press Enter.
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 If that is your case, then you're probably using a topology similar with the one below (the IP addresses used in the figure below are used for exemplification,​ yours will vary according to your ISP and your particular equipment): ​ If that is your case, then you're probably using a topology similar with the one below (the IP addresses used in the figure below are used for exemplification,​ yours will vary according to your ISP and your particular equipment): ​
  
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 For the purpose of the following discussion we're going to assume that you use a topology similar to the one above (which is the most common). We'll also assume that both your devices are operating in "​router"​ mode. The "​listen port" collocation is to be understood as the port number you've set on the //​Options->​Connection//​ page of BitComet, under the "​Listen port" section. For the purpose of the following discussion we're going to assume that you use a topology similar to the one above (which is the most common). We'll also assume that both your devices are operating in "​router"​ mode. The "​listen port" collocation is to be understood as the port number you've set on the //​Options->​Connection//​ page of BitComet, under the "​Listen port" section.
 
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