[sf-lug] Getting a Low ID on Amule
Blake.Haggerty at Sapphire.com
Wed Apr 2 12:29:06 PDT 2008
"aMule should support uPnP, and so does dd-wrt. I suggest turning that
on in both and just letting that handle port assignment. "
aMule does support UPnP, damn, didn't even think of that. I will try this at home...
"Also, if your assigned IP address happens to end in a 0, you will always
get a low id."
Do you know why that is??
Thank you for your suggestion!
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From:Tyler Trafford ttrafford at gmail.com
To: "Blake Haggerty" ;
Cc: "sf-lug at linuxmafia.com" ;
Sent: Apr 2, 2008 12:17:34 PM
Subject: Re: [sf-lug] Getting a Low ID on Amule
Blake Haggerty wrote:
> Has anyone had experience with getting the little yellow arrows (low
> ID) on Amule? I recently bought a Linksys WRT54G router and installed
> it but now I am getting a LowID. I flashed the router with new
> firmware (dd-wrt micro) and forwarded the ports needed for Amule. I
> checked my IPtables and the proper ports have also been forwarded. I
> read somewhere that I need to create a static IP for my machine on the
> LAN. But this is where I got confused and didn't want to mess with
> DHCP in fear of not being able to connect to the internet...etc
aMule should support uPnP, and so does dd-wrt. I suggest turning that
on in both and just letting that handle port assignment.
Also, if your assigned IP address happens to end in a 0, you will always
get a low id.
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