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Old 12-10-04, 21:16
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Default Can't open 6881

I am useing a progam that needs 6881 open. I have a Dell router and I added it to the port forwarding, I also turned off the window firewall. But the progam still says NAT error.

How do I fix this?
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Question Re: Can't open 6881

Are you talking about a bit torrent?
Depending if that is the program you need to open ports 6881-6999, thats for BitTornado
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Default Re: Can't open 6881

If you have opened those ports and are still getting a NAT problem go to this website https://www.grc.com/x/ne.dll?bh0bkyd2
Click the second proceed bellow and than enter the ports you opened say like 6881 to 6999 you would type 6881-6999 and click on Look Up Specific Port Information.
If they say the ports are in STEALTH that means that you have a firewall of some sort. Im assuming that you have it off anyways.
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