rodw Posted October 4, 2006 Share Posted October 4, 2006 Can you advise how important it is to have I. C. S connected to my machine, my best speed is 22kbs down and would like it better if possible, but apon reading "A Guide to painless networks" and knowing my limits of experience figured there must be a easier way. My setup is as follows:- Default tracker optimization rules file loaded. Start Listening at TCP Port:6681 Start Listening at UDP Port:6681 BitComet 0.70 is running on: CPU : Intel® Celeron® CPU 2.00GHz 2019 MHz RAM size : 767.48 MB OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 (Build 2600) Windows XP WF Status: TCP Port is not opened in Windows Firewall. Windows XP WF Status: add TCP port in Windows Firewall Succeed. Windows XP WF Status: UDP Port is not opened in Windows Firewall. Windows XP WF Status: add UDP port in Windows Firewall Succeed. Update Local IP: 126.96.36.199 Windows XP ICS Status: cannot find working ICS. Windows XP UPnP Status: device not found! These last two items are they important if so how can I turn them on, also with regards to listening ports does it find the best port or do I have to find them, an again what is the best way Best regards Rod W. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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