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i just got a macbook today,and im tring to get Vuze running good. iv looked at quite a few guides and can't find out how to open a port. it
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    Default how do i open a port for Vuze
    i just got a macbook today,and im tring to get Vuze running good.
    iv looked at quite a few guides and can't find out how to open a port.
    it said go to system pref then sharing then firewall.there is no firewall tab.

    any help would be great.


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    opening ports to your router....


    open safari, type in "192.168.0.1"(router ip) Log in with name/pass then search around to where it talks about port forwarding.. find out what ports 'Vuze' uses and set those limits

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    I figured that so many of my applications need certain ports, that you should just enable all ports on your computers specific IP by visiting the DMZ section of your Router Configuration. If you don't find that specific section, look for NAT feature.

    You can also enable UPnP (something like that), and that allows the application itself to select which ports to open automatically.

    Good Luck.

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