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Tigre

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About Tigre

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  • Birthday December 12

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    Grrrr8 state of GA
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    Family, computers, movies, plants

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  1. Problem is that where I live Hughesnet is the only ISP other than dial-up and that is TOO costly for 4 computers.
  2. Thank you all very much for your attempts to help me but I have found out that my ISP has a firewall that they say they cannot open a port through for me due to their FAP(Fair Access Policy). They said that being on SATILITE internet was very different than cable or DSL. We are only allowed 425Mb per day of download during peak hours and you can't even get most of the updates for Windows for 1 computer in that amount let alone for 4 computers so I guess I will just have to tough it out. Thanks again for all your help.
  3. I was able to follow the port forwarding for the static IP(10.0.0.30) but BitComet is still showing a yellow for the WAN ip(69.19.125.44) and my dynamic is 10.0.0.1. At least that was what a HughesNet tech told me. BitComet seems to be trying to open a listen port in the WAN ip and my router will not let me input the WAN ip as a forwarded port.
  4. is more confused than dased

  5. is more confused than dased

  6. is more confused than dased

  7. Hi everyone. I have been a long-time user of BC but recently I had to change to satilite for my internet connection and had to purchase a router because the satilite modem has only 1 ethernet port and I have 4 PCs in my home. I have gone through every step in the guides here, and the tutorials given by double-clicking on the yellow light. I have tried connecting directly to the modem with this PC using both dynamic and static addresses and even turned Windows firewall off completely but to no avail. I contacted my satilite provider and was informed that they could not close (or open) any ports as all were already open. They also told me that their satilite connection did not support UPnP. The IP address given by BC is the WAN address for my satilite modem and my router will not let me configure it as an open port. My modem is a HN9000 and my router is a Netgear wireless WGR614v10. Running Windows XP with 1G ram and 500G hd. Any suggestions?????
  8. I guess I'm the newest member in a while and I've used BitComet for a while but recent changes have caused me loads of headaches. Looking for technical asprin.
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