shareaza + jetico v2

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  1. lanfust

    lanfust Registered Member

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    hy everybody

    i use jetico v2 for a few days.
    all seems ok except shareaza. i can't connect.

    after trying many rules shareaza dont connect.

    i need help

    thanks :)
     
  2. Diver

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    you probably need to open some inbound ports for both TCP & UDP. In Jetico I UDP was called "datagrams".
     
  3. lanfust

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    thanks to reply

    so i think i create rule like this

    for UDP

    Event is receive datagram
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 6346

    for TCP

    Event is inbound connect
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 6346

    but don' t work o_O
     
  4. Seer

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    I have not used Shareaza in a long time, but iirc it will use 2 TCP ports for inbound - one for Gnutella/eDonkey network and one for Torrent network. Inbound UDP is for eDonkey, this should be the same number as eDonkey's TCP port.
    On the outbound, you would need to add an UDP rule for the same port as inbound (6346 i.e.) and a loose (1024-65535) TCP rule.
     
  5. dw426

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    Hmm, I wonder if it has to do with the ports you are using? ISPs have been blocking the "standard" P2P port numbers for quite some time, and 6346 is right smack in that range. Can you try something up in the 40000 range and see if that helps?
     
  6. lanfust

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    i try rules like this

    Event is send datagram
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 40000

    Event is outbound connect
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 1024-65535

    Event is receive datagram
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 40000

    Event is inbound connect
    Protocol is TCP/IP
    Local port is 40000

    but shareaza dont connect. i create bad rules but dont understand why.

    the other applications work good.
     
  7. Seer

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    I do not think you can change port numbers from within Shareaza. So you can't use 40000, you need to put default ports (TCP UDP 6346 and TCP 6881) in your ruleset...

    Not to mention the 'router thing' (port forwarding)... if you own one.
     
  8. lanfust

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    i've a router .
    if i stop jetico all is ok. shareaza works fine.

    there is a connection test here http://home.no.net/tgrumpy/ct/dex.php. when i try the test it says to me "Congratulations, everything seems to be fine and Shareaza should work properly."
    but shareaza doesn't connect.

    i don't know how to authorize shareaza in jetico.

    thanks for help ;)
     
  9. Seer

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    Ports forwarded on the router and on the firewall, test passed but still no connection? Well, I'm lost here. A software conflict with Jetico? Have you tried other firewalls?

    You can always delete you current application rules for Shareaza and add it as a trusted app when prompted -

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    See if that makes any change and repost back.
     
  10. lanfust

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    i try this but dont work
    :doubt:
     
  11. dw426

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    Here's a question, for the EDonkey Network section, did you make sure to get a clean list of servers? Also, is every network like this or is it a particular one, like EDonkey or Gnutnella? I use Emule (EDonkey Network) because I find a lot of rare things, but I actually hate it, it's very slow, the credit system seems to be broken/flawed, but that's off-topic.
     
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