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  1. #11
    Linux Guru Lazydog's Avatar
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    OK, sorry about the late reply. Life gets in the way sometimes.

    So you not only have the firewall on your box but there is also another firewall on your router. I would now look into the router firewall as that too could be the cause of your issues. You are going to have to check this one also to ensure that it is allowing traffic through.


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    The whole problem is; not knowing which ports to open. I've the default ports opend on both firewalls, doesn't work. Shutting down one of them doesn't work either. But I guess Torrents are old fasion anyway, so I'll upgrade to sabnzbplus. This isn't worth the effort Thanks for the input.

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