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Old 04-February-2007, 00:05
mstevenson_07
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Default failed to create port mappings. please set up your nat yourself

I have dc++ and have a bt home hub - Thomson ST Remote NDIS Device 1.0.0.3 - Packet Scheduler Miniport
c227
dv7213.
When i log in to dc++, a box pops up saying 'failed to create port mappings. please set up your nat yourself.
How do i overcome this and sort it out. thanks.
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Old 13-February-2007, 13:20
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Default Re: failed to create port mappings. please set up your nat yourself

Do you need to open specific ports on your router that will allow you to connect to the DC++ servers ???

If so you should be able to navigate to your routers configuration page and set them up manually eg









You can always use this site for further help and instructions - they might even have your ROUTER listed already

Code:
http://portforward.com/

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Old 07-April-2008, 19:39
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Default Re: failed to create port mappings. please set up your nat yourself

I have dc++ and have a bt home hub - Thomson ST Remote NDIS Device 1.0.0.3 - Packet Scheduler Miniport
c227
dv7213.
When i log in to dc++, a box pops up saying 'failed to create port mappings. please set up your nat yourself.
How do i overcome this and sort it out. thanks.
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