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  1. Okay, so I've done a lot of reading, it's safe to say. I asked tech support on the live chat, however, I think I had just too many questions and information and didn't know what answers I really needed. From the top. I purchased Torguard in an effort to torrent, without getting the little notices that say 'hey, knock that sh** off.' I have gotten two copyright infringement notices from ATT so far, rather, the owner of the connection has. I've since had to work my way back to actually getting the logins (albeit not through her) and I don't want to get her into any more trouble. That being said. I've read, I learned Torguard was rated highly for VPN & torrenting, and I got the anonymous proxy to go with it. There is a plethora of information out there but nothing that I can completely wrap my head around, even having a strong working knowledge of computers since Windows 95 and B&W monitors. I'm not new, but I am new to this. I understand the VPN software is an easy little click and its supposedly on, I can verify to some extent that it is working, but I cannot be sure that it remains connected or that the connection drops with the VPN - which I am not even sure of how to notice if it drops! There are ***proxy*** configuration pages for different torrent programs, but I don't see information on port forwarding, or setting up the connection to the VPN directly, and the ones that I do see have equally as many posts complaining that they have leaks due to the connection dropping and the client using data outside the vpn tunnel. I don't need a 100% hand walkthrough, but a guide or video that points to the answers would be awesome. Answers that aren't immediately thwarted by one thing or another - proper configuration for my situation, I suppose. The ISP is ATT Uverse, they have provided a 5268AC, which I connect to through a wireless adapter to ethernet (connection is faster, idk why, it just is). I am running Comodo Firewall on the machine and I would like to use bitcomet or something similar, because I would like to have access to the KAD network. I have been trying to figure this out for hours and I can't...I know I need to open ports, I don't know where to do that, the concept just plain eludes me right now, and I know this stuff well enough to be dangerous but apparently not well enough to be safe! HELP! Please, and thank you!
  2. kevingpo

    Port Forward

    Request New Port Forward page, On VPN Server Protocol - what should we pick? Also Port/Auth? I followed the OpenVPN https://torguard.net/knowledgebase.php?action=displayarticle&id=192 tutorial. So my encryption cipher is Blowfish CBC.. and hash algorithm SHA1. I assume we match that in port forward page, so I picked 995/SHA1 for port/auth dropdown. I have 2 routers, router A = internet connected, and router B = VPN router, directly connected to router A. Then I have my NAS box on VPN router B. I've disabled port forwarding on both router A and B. But when I test TransmissionBT whether port is open, I get connection timeout.
  3. I'm trying to port forward a port on my VPN connection but it doesn't seem to work. I've gone to the port forwarding page and have specified the protocol, port, server IP, vpn protocol and port/auth and it says its active yet qbittorrent says otherwise. Looks like qbitorrent only gives me a green connected icon when i delete the port forward setup on the port management page on the site. Seems like the delete sequence triggers something on the server making it work for a brief second before then getting deleted. This leaves me wondering if I'm missing something here and how the heck port forwarding is meant to be setup?
  4. I opened the ports in management and added the following rules in dd-wrt firewall iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p udp -d 192.168.2.95 --dport 3395 -j ACCEPT iptables -I FORWARD -i tun1 -p tcp -d 192.168.2.95 --dport 3395 -j ACCEPT iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p tcp --dport 3395 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.2.95 iptables -t nat -I PREROUTING -i tun1 -p udp --dport 3395 -j DNAT --to-destination 192.168.2.95 what am I doing wrong ? It does not work when I try it with NYC IP that I am connected to 107.182.x.x
  5. I'm trying to follow this guide to forward a port for torrenting purposes, but it doesn't mention anything about a VPN. I've have a UDP port open in my Torguard dashboard with a pinned VPN IP. What do I do from here? On a side note, I've seen it recommended that you shouldn't open a port via your router, however as far as I can this is what the guide linked to above instructs you to do. Is the guide dangerous, or am I misunderstanding?
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