ThaMaestro Posted August 25, 2008 Report Share Posted August 25, 2008 Hello guys,This is my first post here. The other day, i stumbled on a NAT error in my mutorrent. I know it sounds unlogical, but it happened from the one moment to the other, without a real cause or reason to happen.Ive been using mutorrent for some 6 months now, and in the beginning, ive set up everything correctly in my firewall (windows own fw) and in my router config. I (nearly) never had a NAT problem, only perhaps once or twice, for maybe 2 or 3 minutes or so. Nothing special: everything always worked 100% fine!2 days ago, the icon became yellow. And i dont know what to do to resolve the problem. Ive read all FAQ's, done all the tests ... and i have no idea what the problem is, or has caused the problem.Here's what happened:- ive bought a NAS (Network Attached Storage), an external HD which i want to use as an ftp asap. I first connected the NAS via an UTP-cable to my homenetwork, so i could setup some basic features in the NAS for future use. The UTP cable i used was the cable which normally acts as my 'internet'-cable: it connects my laptop (on which i run utorrent) to my router (Speedtouch 546v6). In the meantime, i used my wifi (via a Conceptronic AccessPoint) to be connected to my homenetwork. Via this connection i was able to make a connection to the NAS. - when i was done configuring, i disconnected the NAS, and reconnected my laptop to my homework/internet via the UTP-cable i normally use, and disconnected myself from A(ccess)P(oint)/wifi. When i opened one of the torrent-sites i usually visit, it said i was unconnectable. Also, the icon in mutorrent became yellow. Right now, the icon is green, but the websites i get my torrents from still tell me im uncconectable. Also, via canyouseeme.org, it said that it cant see me (reason; connection refused).Currently, the NAS is not connected to my laptop/homenetwork/what-so-ever. Also, my overall downloads-speed (in mutorrent, as both in other applications), has dropped dramatically (only 50% left or so).And thats were it ended; i have no idea what happened. I checked my windows firewall; it still has an exception for mutorrent. Also, my configs in the webinterface from my router are still the same; they allow UPnP, they allow utorrent, and i even set up an extra allowance for the port i forward, next to the already existing allowance for mutorrent...Whats very odd to me is that when im connected to my AP, i dont get a yellow icon in mutorrent, AND all torrent sites tell me im connectable. When i go back to internet via the UTP, in not connectable anymore.Second very odd thing; my overall downloadspeed is very low: less then 25% of the normal speed...The only thing i can come up with, which might have caused something, is this; when i connect to my NAS via the wifi connection i had to my homenetwork, the NAS's IP address for my network was 10.0.0.2 (thats were it installs itself the first time one connects it to his/her network). Thats the same address is my LAN-card in my laptop. During the setup-wizard, i changed that 10.0.0.2 to 10.0.0.3. My wifi-card has the address 10.0.0.120.Here are some features of my pc, which might be relevant;- i use static IP (since otherwise my AP has conflicts with my router, which results a not-functioning AP).- i use avira antivirus- speedtouch 546v6 router- vista HP (32 bit)- malwarebytes anti-malware- ISP: Online NL- ADSL-internet- net.max_halfopen => set to 8- port forwarded: 60188Please note; everything used to work fine before - nothing dramatically/drastically changed Now, what can i do to fix this? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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