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Having Trouble Port Forwarding on WBR-2310


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Hello all, thank you for your time. I am having difficulties opening up a port for my uTorrent on my WBR-2310 wireless router. When I attempt to manually open the port, nothing happens. I ran a test at www.canyouseeme.org on port 6501, and got this:

Error: I could not see your service on 71.7.x.x on port (6501)
Reason: Connection refused

Happy to give any information needed to help me with my problem, thank you all for your time and help.
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http://portforward.com/
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I tried that, downloaded the file, set it to my router, and it keeps coming back Failed.
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What file did you download?
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PFConfig at the bottom of the page https://secure.portf...re/pfconfig.cgi by clicking on "Download Full Version Now"
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Nah...you simply click on your modem type and you follow instructions from there.
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Alright, followed the steps, manually forwarded the port number I use for uTorrent, clicked Save, and it says settings saved. When i go back to uTorrent, and use its feature to test if the port is forwarded properly (http://www.utorrent....tport?port=80(I am currently using Port 80)) it says that the port does not appear to be open. This is my problem.
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Unfortunately, helping with P2P programs is against this board policy, so I have to close this topic.
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