Low ID Drama

Discussion in 'OT Technology' started by Darketernal, Apr 14, 2007.

  1. Darketernal

    Darketernal Watch: Aria The Origination =)

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    Current situation

    Computer<--->router<--->LiveBox Modem----->internet


    -No firewalls (on any of the three above)
    -DMZ(unrestricted acces = forwarded to the computer of my IP adress.

    Still, i keep getting low-ID's when connecting to Emule or Azureus.

    Livebox Modem: the firewall is out, meaning the out and incoming ports should have unrestricted acces.

    Router: the IP of unrestricted acces is forwarded to my computer. This should enable a direct connection to my computer.

    My Computer: The firewall is down, so i see no reason why a high id connection could not be made.


    Still suffering from low-id :ugh:
     
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    illegal filesharing?
     
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    My nephew's band uploads some of their music for legal download. Just having emule loaded doesn't mean "illegal filesharing."
     
  4. Create

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    Before some asshole gets us too far off track:

    Try changing your Azureus/EMule port.

    I know you've got the DMZ setup, remove it and put a specific port forward into the router.

    Sometimes bittorrent get's screwball and doesn't like my IP addy. Try forcing the modem to acquire a new IP.
     
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  5. Darketernal

    Darketernal Watch: Aria The Origination =)

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    We had a black-out in our neighbourhood so in terms of receiving no t.v or internet signals for a few days(reason why i wasn't on-line) ,but internet came back on, still low-id :squint:

    HOWEVER i found the solution :wiggle:

    The livebox is strange. In the picture you can see that my local ip adress = 192.168.0.2

    For my livebox however i am 192.168.1.11

    The livebox firewall appears to be active even if you deactivate it :hsd: so shutting it off does not mean unrestricted access to the internet as one would may suspect.

    What i did is i disconnected the router, then made a direct connection on my pc, and started messing with the port forwarding.

    It basically came down to that if i allowed access on 192.168.0.2 i had Low-ID, because i had to allow acces to what the LiveBox Modem saw as my local IP adress ,namely the 192.168.1.11, after setting it to that ip adress, i had high-id again :hsugh: which was weird to say the least.
     

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