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How To Make P2P Programs to Work on Networks Using a Broadband Router

Posted on Saturday, February 17 2007 @ 14:12:20 CET by

Learn how to configure your broadband router to enable P2P file sharing programs to work on your network.

"If you built your own network using a broadband router, the router will automatically prevent any P2P file sharing program (eMule, Shareaza, etc) from working correctly on your network: it will either get a "low ID" or will be shown as "firewalled". As a consequence you will get lower transfer rates and also won't be able to initiate file downloading from users that are also "firewalled". In this tutorial we will teach you how to configure your router to correctly allow P2P file sharing programs to work."

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