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How do I set my listen port?


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I have a netgear router, model wpn824v2 on a windows vista laptop, hp pavilion dv6810us

The internet works fine on my computer. If I download something, it downloads fast. As far as I know, I don't have any firewalls and I use AVG antivirus

I am especially trying to use utorrent. When I first bought the computer and started it, the ports were fine. I had to completely restore the computer and when I did, for some reason, the ports started giving me problems.

I tried using portforward.com for help but I just keep getting very confused.

Not to mention, everytime I try to access my router webpage (192.169.1.1) none of the user names and passwords work, and I never changed it so I can never log in to complete that step.

I downloaded PFConfig but turns out it's not a free program so I'm stuck.

Thank you in advance for your help!
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Edited by JSntgRvr, 29 November 2009 - 06:22 PM.

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Sorry, but we will not support or allow the discussion of any peer to peer (P2P) applications, except for their removal.

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