Help:eMule's Kad uncontacted while LnS2.06 work

Discussion in 'LnS English Forum' started by Ewins Wu, May 30, 2007.

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  1. Ewins Wu

    Ewins Wu Registered Member

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    my emule can't contact to the kad ,that makes my download speed very very low! God! How can i solve this problem? Does anyone happy to help me?Thanks first!!:)
     
  2. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi Ewins Wu

    KAD used UDP packets on port 4672...

    Check your eMule rules...


    :)
     
  3. Ewins Wu

    Ewins Wu Registered Member

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    Thanks,what a kindhearted gentelman you are! God bless you for ever!
    Er,but i am a beginner of LnS ,i have use the eMule rule of official websize,also,i want to try the method in this page :
    https://www.wilderssecurity.com/showthread.php?t=154713&highlight=ruleset
    but i afraid it may not work under LnS2.06. Can you give me a detailed solution?Thanks a lot!(Ps: Though i'm new in LnS, i still want to try.Since we are all Lns fans.Isn't it?):D
     
  4. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi Ewins Wu :)

    1- With LNS comes 2 rules set: the "standard" and "enhanced"...
    You should use the "enhanced".

    Check the picture in this message. The example is with the french version but the rules looks like the same in english.

    2- I create rules for eMule so it will be easier for you...:

    Just download the file included here, rename it by removing the trailing .TXT and import the rules in LNS.

    3-
    This first rule is for the "server" part of eMule:
    {P. 4661,50}; [TCP] {* eDonkey + alt. }

    You have to put this rule just before the general rule "Block incoming connections"

    4-
    The other rules:

    {T. 4672,11}; [UDP] { eDONKEY - KAD }
    and
    {T. 4672,10}; [UDP] { eDONKEY - liste srvr }

    must be put just after the general rule "Allow common Internet programs"

    5- The last rule (used to block some random eMule connections):

    {T..9999999}; [UDP] < eMule Random Connections ! >>

    must be placed just before the rule "UDP: block the rest"

    Then save and apply.
    Reboot the PC and try eMule.


    Tell me if it's working or not.

    :)
     

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  5. Ewins Wu

    Ewins Wu Registered Member

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    Thank you,you are so cool! I think it would be handle this time.
    Besides, dear Climenole,you are a real LnS expert!Thanks again!:D :thumb:
     
  6. Ewins Wu

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    Hi ,guy,wow……great!your rules really do a wonderful job!it's nice that emule's download speed climb up to normal leavel due to your rules!Strongly recomend others who have the same problem to take Climenole's method!!It's simple,light,and also ,effect!!Thanks sincerely,Climenole!:thumb: :-*
     
  7. Climenole

    Climenole Look 'n' Stop Expert

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    Hi Ewins Wu :)

    Thank you. I'm happy to know that eMule works better for you.

    Have a nice day.

    :)
     
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