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Bitcomet 1.29, Windows XP sp3 32 bit

Dell Inspiron 6000

Intel Proset Wireless 2200BG

Router N-Max LevelOne WBR-6020

Server: Intelnet.gt

TCP optimizer at 512 Kbps

Need assistance with setting up router to open BitComet WAN TCP Port. Have LevelOne WBR-6020 Users Manual but can be a little confusing.....to a novice

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Cannot get WAN TCP open. Have tried forwarding ports in router using LAN IP and then using WAN IP....no luck...tried DMZ ... no luck....also tried disabling NAT but its a little confusing because it shows:

NAT disable _____ Enable (this is a check box option)

which means place a check mark in the enable box to Enable the NAT disable? OR Enable the NAT? Also found that I am a DHCP client to the DD-WRT listed below which leads me to ask if its ports need to be forwarded?

Router System Information

Router Name DD-WRT

Router Model WHR-HP-G300N

LAN MAC 00:24:A5:B4:26:87

WAN MAC 00:24:A5:B4:26:87

Wireless MAC 00:24:A5:B4:26:87




The ...... NET


11 (2462 MHz)

TX Power

13 dBm


108 Mb/s

Wireless Packet Info

Received (RX)

6303191 OK, 12056 errors

Transmitted (TX)

8497888 OK, 21 errors


DHCP Server




Sputnik Agent


Wireless Clients

MAC Address Interface Uptime TX Rate RX Rate Signal Noise SNR Signal Quality

xx:xx:xx:xx:96:45 ath0 1 day, 9:41:01 104M 54M -73 -111 38


xx:xx:xx:xx:c7:60 ath0 1 day, 9:40:51 1M 104M -111 -111 0


xx:xx:xx:xx:0c:d8 ath0 1 day, 9:39:00 104M 1M -78 -111 33


xx:xx:xx:xx:d6:20 ath0 7:13:34 54M 18M -74 -111 37


xx:xx:xx:xx:62:01 ath0 4:17:52 104M 104M -96 -111 15



DHCP Clients

Host Name IP Address MAC Address Client Lease Time

********* 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:37:08 1 day 00:00:00

******** 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:1D:39 1 day 00:00:00

******** 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:30:DA 1 day 00:00:00

*********** 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:98:FA 1 day 00:00:00

******** 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:C5:89 1 day 00:00:00

********* 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:50:14 1 day 00:00:00

******** 192.168.0.xxx xx:xx:xx:xx:C5:89 1 day 00:00:00

Firmware: DD-WRT v24SP2-MULTI (05/28/10) std

Time: 07:42:39 up 1 day, 9:41, load average: 0.00, 0.00, 0.00


This is my Router Stats:


Item WAN Status Sidenote

Remaining Lease Time 21:48:04

IP Address

Subnet Mask 255.255.255.x


Domain Name Server ,

MAC Address 00:12:F0:01:50:xx

Wireless Status

Item WLAN Status Sidenote

Wireless mode Enable

Operation Mode AP mode (B/G/N Mixed)

SSID xxxxxxxx

Channel Auto

Security None

MAC Address 00:11:6B:2D:72:xx

Statistics Information

Statistics of WAN Inbound Outbound

Bytes 2628404784 145702111

Unicast packets 1998687 1377606

Non-unicast packets 0 0

Device Time: 2011/12/18 00:53:57

Edited by Memorios (see edit history)
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If you have a private WAN address this means you are behind another NAT router.

That's why we ask users to not waste our time and give ALL the information required in the "Read This Before Posting" announcement on top of the section.

If you would provided all the details (modem type and/or Internet connection type) we would have know that already.

Anyway, the guide I linked you to, provides guidelines for people who have daisy-chained routers, as well.

Just give it another read.

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Thanks for your quick response and excuse the fact that I did not include ALL the info the first time ...only because I did not have that info available as your answer suggests about a private WAN and another Router. If that info was available to me at the time of my posting I would have included it as well. I did read the link and am still working on it...

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