However, I still had to open ports in the Windows Firewall and I did so , however it didn't help: I am still getting that "Failed to create port mappings. Sign In Now Sign in to follow this Followers 1 Go To Topic Listing Support All Activity Home Client Support Apex failed to create port mappings Contact Us ApexDC™ Community Software This will make DC++ randomize the port it uses each time. You should get results back. http://twaproductions.com/failed-to/failed-to-create-listening-socket-for-port.html
You need to login to your router's settings page and open the ports there. What secret stuff is there? Cumpara acum Steam Link sau Steam Controller si primesti gratuit jocul Counter-Strike: Global Offensive. got feedback?Any feedback you provide is sent to the owner of this FAQ for possible incorporation, it is also visible to logged in users.by USR56K edited by eMTee last modified: 2012-11-06 http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/webhelp/faq_connection.html
Need antivirus for Windows Xp (yes, I know) [Security] by dave442. Topic locked 10 posts • Page 1 of 1 UPnP with DC++ by old_forum_Capcapone » Sat Oct 27, 2007 4:52 am I've been having problems with my UPnP and port forwarding Turns out I had two problems that may have been addressed by that guide.1) I was using an IP inside my DCHP server range. Thread Tools Display Modes #1 04-February-2007, 00:05 mstevenson_07 Guest Posts: n/a failed to create port mappings.
My ISP or University blocks DC++ Why don't I get any search results? You must NOT have an internal IP address for this to work. How do I install/uninstall/upgrade DC++? How To Set Up Dc++ If this is not true then you must elminate another kind of problems before go on with this FAQ: Make sure DC++ isn't blocked by any firewall and similar security software.
The only other thing I can think of doing is wiping all the info on the router and trying again from scratch. You must NOT have an internal IP address for this to work. For a more in-depth explanation, read Why do I need active mode? http://dcplusplus.sourceforge.net/webhelp/faq_connection.html Click on the Manual configuration pane.
What is NAT-PMP / UPnP? Dc++ Not Connecting To Users More info on DC++ FAQ http://www.dslreports.com/faq/dc/ Can you help with this problem? Note hat this is the proper connection mode to choose if you're using DC++ to connect to local hubs and you plan to connect to users in your local network only. Setting up active mode if you are directly connected (NOT behind a router) Click on File menu and then Settings.
Jump to content Support ApexDC Forums Existing user? http://www.dslreports.com/faq/11043 This will make DC++ randomize the port it uses each time. Dc++ Failed To Create Port Mappings Leave the fields in the 'External / WAN IP' box blank. Port Mapping: Failed To Initialize The Miniupnp Interface Enable Log Dropped Packets.
please set up your nat yourself. his comment is here and type : cmd /k ipconfig To see your external IP address go to one of the following websites : www.whatismyip.com, www.ip2location.com, or checkip.net If you are still unsure you may Both of these XP services should be set to "Automatic" startup and "Started" status: Switch on the UPnP User Interface. Leave the transfers and search port fields blank also. Port Forwarding Dc++
Skip to content Board index ‹ Software Specific Change font size Print view UPnP with DC++ Need help with a specific application? Test active mode by joining several hubs and doing a search for a common term. This will enable the controls on the Manual configuration pane where you can alter connectivity settings manually. http://twaproductions.com/failed-to/failed-to-open-the-tcp-port-number-in-the.html bun - de partea asta am trecut dar acuma am dat peste meserashu' asta de antivirus!
This will close the Settings window. Dc++ No Search Results In most cases DC++ should be able to automatically detect the appropriate connection method. If not, then open the System Log window and check the last log messages about the port mapping attempts and possible errors.
You should get results back. you have no access to the configuration page of the router/gateway or you have firewall service provided by your ISP) then you must choose Passive mode (last resort - has serious All broadband SOHO routers that manufactured in the recent years should support at least UPnP and it should be enabled by default (this may not always true for older models). Dc++ Connection Timeout I don't know how that will solve the problem but maybe some of the older services I have are confusing things.Thanks for help anyway, I will post again once I've done
It will also detect your external IP address and switch into Active Mode. In most cases DC++ should be able to automatically detect the appropriate connection method. That thread also covers what is oPPPoE..I think I should stop listing different kinds of connections, because I have a feeling that the list goes on and on.. ;) old_forum_tedtrp http://twaproductions.com/failed-to/failed-to-configure-any-device-on-fca-port.html For more information, see What is NAT-PMP / UPnP?.
You may have to register before you can post: click the register link above to proceed. Select the Active mode (I have no router / I have configured my router) radio button. Next, I opened those port numbers in my Windows Firewal and in My Siemens Router. If the diagnostic tool is now still not reporting any UPnP devices, you should start considering more drastic actions like upgrading your router firmware, as many routers have UPnP implementation bugs.
If not, then you are likely behind a router, have an internal IP address or haven't properly configured your security software to unblock DC++. From a protocol perspective, there are two connection methods available: active mode and passive mode. To manually configure your connectivity settings, uncheck Let DC++ determine the best connectivity settings in the Connectivity settings pane of the settings dialog. Is it a direct connection through a modem or do you have a local network and access the Internet through a router or other gateway?
To enable automatic port mapping Click on File menu and then Settings. As linked above, however, passive mode has several disadvantages. Could you, please, guide me how "to setup my NAT". Understanding DC++ connectivity To make your life easier while using DC++ your connection must be set up correctly.
Understanding DC++ connectivity To make your life easier while using DC++ your connection must be set up correctly. How to set up manual port forwarding? old_forum_tedtrp Posts: 17878Joined: Sat Apr 28, 2007 9:26 pm Top Re: UPnP with DC++ by old_forum_Capcapone » Sat Oct 27, 2007 11:46 pm Oops, sorry bout that, missed that and Please set up your NAT yourself" error message on DC++ if I set it use UPnP, and it refuses to work when I set it to manual port forwarding settings.
Setting up active mode if you are behind a router If you're behind a router (gateway) then your computer is a member of a separate local network so connections coming from