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Offline berryracer

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List of programs to port forward is so ancient
« on: March 28, 2014, 04:43:17 AM »
Why don't you have qBittorrent listed in the list of programs to port forward.

I don't know what to set as the start / end port when adding it as a Custom program

there are many ancient programs like MSN Messenger, FIFA 2007, but the latest FIFA 2014, Skype, etc. are not there. Someone really needs to update that ancient list

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Re: List of programs to port forward is so ancient
« Reply #1 on: March 28, 2014, 10:33:18 AM »
The list hasnt been updated in a while, but doesnt mean I will remove anything from it as some people may still need those, it is just a matter of adding more to them.

Bittorrent isnt in the list because it uses a different port and not just a default one. The pro version of the program will read the Bittorrent config file and pull the ports it is using, so it is in the program.

Doing it yourself isnt hard if you just read it. Open Bittorrent and see what port it is set to use. That is what you put in the start and stop port in the program. Not that hard :-D

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Re: List of programs to port forward is so ancient
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