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Automatically enable and disable a router's DMZ
Authored by: peragrin on Oct 19, '05 09:09:04AM

If memory serves bit torrent is 6880-6889 normally using 6880 &6881 for control

My linksys router allows me to activate and deactive ports pre-configured ports to selected IP's. Bit torrent, a couple of game servers, FTP, ssh are all in there but not enabled unless I want them to be.

soon the linksys will be leaving me, and i will setup airport base station to due something similar.

I thought once I was found but it was only a dream

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Bit-torrent FAQ
Authored by: gshenaut on Oct 19, '05 09:47:20AM
has a section on which ports to open here.

Greg Shenaut

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