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  1. I know this is probably beating a dead horse in the sheer amount of new users that come to these forums about port forwarding, but I am at a loss and I'm not a beginner when it comes to networks. I've been using Bitcomet for over a Decade now and have never been able to not get my ports forwarded, until today I just cant figure it out. I use one Cable modem/router which is plugged directly into my One computer, and the wireless feeds my household phones, consoles, etc. My Ports were forwarded before, but I've just noticed now that they are not, probably the last time I noticed I had a green light was maybe a month ago. I have One Firewall active, Windows Firewall I do not use Anti Virus, because I dont browse the internet like a noob. Occasionally I'll run Spybot for general clean up, but 99% of the time it is disabled. My Ports are forwarded for my IP, BitComet is allowed in the Windows Firewall, and nothing. I've tried different ports, different IPs, different settings, even tried disabling Windows Firewall and even put myself in the DMZ, and still nothing, all I get is a yellow light. I've tried allowing full access for my computers MAC Address and I dont get anything I've turned off pretty much all programs I can think of that connect to the internet other than BitComet currently downloading, and still a no. I've used the port check tool online and get no results What am I missing? Is there a way to find out where my ports are being stopped?
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