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comment how do torrent clients circumvent router's firewall?
I mean that it might be a bit misleading to call this a "connection", it seems to be rather some "fancy" "hardcoded" configuration of the router's firewall
Dec
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comment how do torrent clients circumvent router's firewall?
I apologize if I do not understand network stuff correctly, but isn't UDP is a connectionless thing? A couple of days ago I encountered similar question about tor trac.torproject.org/projects/tor/ticket/8215#comment:8 , which listens on some UDP ports, and one of the answers (I've posted the link to it) states that this is in order to receive UDP responses
Dec
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comment how do torrent clients circumvent router's firewall?
When I was watching these requests coming, a checkbox "UPnP" was disabled, so I suppose that UPnP has nothing to do with this.
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comment how do torrent clients circumvent router's firewall?
@RowlandShaw , I do not know for sure. but according to this link bc.whirlpool.net.au/bc/hardware/… it does. Google suggested nothing from the official asus website
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comment how do torrent clients circumvent router's firewall?
@MichaelHampton I have updated the question, saying why I'm convinced that the firewall is running
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comment After set up local network through router internet is slow
Didn't you find a solution? I have the same problem but with TP-LINK TL-WR841N .I suppose that something is wrong with DNS, because some sites like gravatar.com, drupal.org and others from time to time cannot be found.
Jun
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comment How can I open a .7z file in Ubuntu?
@Sosi this means that you are using command line on unix with no root rights. When you open a terminal program on ubuntu you see something like this dk@dk-l:~/Soft$ which is you user name, your host name and the path to the current working directory. This ends with a symbol $ or #. The latter means that you have root rights on the system. You need to read some book about Linux basics
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comment Configuring wifi access point on laptop with hostapd
I will leave this comment only for the sake of note, that this has helped me, cause the answer is unaccepted
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