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Port Forwarding on my 2wire


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I currently have At&t U-verse at home and the desktop is receiving a wireless internet signal from the 2-wire 3800 HGV-B wireless router by my living room tv. I also have three tv's in the home with u-verse cable tv. When i try and use bitcomet I loose my wireless internet connection and have to unplug and plug in again my wireless router in order to restart the wireless signal. Anyway, someon told me that port forwarding would allow bitcomet to download freely without being knocked off by the firewall. How do I port forward for bitcomet?
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Having seen this thread being unanswered for some time...

I use a 2wire router myself but as much as I would like to help you.

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Google is your best friend :) Try "how to port forward 2wire".
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Sorry, you guys can delete this thread if you want.
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