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  1. Bienvenue à les forums, jeff!!
  2. Buenas noches. Como comprenderás, existen una multitud de rúters en el mercado y sería practicamente imposible detallar todos y cada uno en estos foros. Lo que sí te puedo decir es que la mayoría funciona de forma muy similar. Tendrás que buscar cómo se abre un puerto para el protocolo UDP y TCP en el tuyo, en concreto. ¿Has mirado en la propia web del rúter? Muchas firmas lo explican en sus propias webs, ya que hay muchísima gente que quiere hacer justo esto (no les interesa vender aparatos que sean demasiado complicados, ya que los usuarios suelen buscar algo sencillo de configurar). Una vez que asignes un número a tu puerto de escucha (recomiendo que uses el mismo número para ambos protocolos... por ejemplo TCP 65001 y UDP 65001), asegúrate de que usas ese mismo número como IP estática para tu PC . Te recomiendo que eches un vistazo a este tutorial aquí, ya que, aunque es para una versión de BitComet antigua, abrir un puerto en un rúter es básicamente igual para cualquier marca y modelo.. eso no ha cambiado. Un saludo. Good evening. As you'll understand, there is a multitude of routers in the market and it would be practically impossible to detail each and every one of them here, in these forums. You'll have to search to find out how to open a port for the UDP and TCP protocols in yours, in particular. Have you looked in the router's own webpage? Many makes explain how to do it in their own webs, as there are many people that want to do just this (they don't want to sell something that is too complicated, since users usually look for something that is simple to configure). Once you have designated a number for your listen port (I recommend that you use the same number for both protocols...for example TCP 65001 and UDP 65001), make sure that you use that same number as your static IP for your PC. I recommend that you take alook at this tutorial here as, even though it's for an older version of BitComet, opening a listen port in a router is basically the same for any make and model...that hasn't changed. Regards.
  3. By disabling DHT you are limiting the number of possible peers. It works something like your phone... When DHT is disabled, you will only connect to those peers that you have initially called and have replied. When DHT is enabed, however, it's the other peers who initiate the call (towards you) and offer you their bits.
  4. Jenny, PLEASE do not duplicate your post, it will not get you an answer any quicker and it just makes more 'housework' for the staff...
  5. LOL! Yup, although we've moved around a bit (different URLs) over the years, BitComet has always had support forums - some of us have been here all that time. Glad you found us and happy that you've joined us, too. 🙂
  6. Hello and welcome!
  7. I guess the original poster is working on that...
  8. Muy buenas. He buscado por los foros y he encontardo este hilo, donde se nos pregunta lo mismo que te sucede a ti (o, eso pienso). La conclusión que se ha sacado es que tienes que asegurarte de que tu VPN tenga un apartado de "abrir puerto" y, desde ahí, abrir el puerto que usa tu VPN y añadirlo a las Reglas de tu rúter y las Excepciones de tu cortafuegos. Espero que te sea útil. Un saludo. Good day. I've looked around in the forums and I've found this thread, where we're asked the same thing that's happening to you (or, so I think). The conclusion of the conversation is that you have to make sure that your VPN has a "port forwarding" feature and, from there, open the port that your VPN uses and add it to your router's Rules and your firewall's Exceptions. I hope that it's useful. Regards.
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