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On 12/01/2010 07:06 PM, arra...@gmx.net wrote:
Why can't I tell Freenet to use the port I want it to by altering the
E.g.: Let's say I want to hide the Freenet traffic by using the typical
DirectX-ports, like 47624 or 2300-2400 ... doesn't work, after changing
the ini Freenet does not connect any more and I have to reinstall ...
PS: You should put a warning somewhere, maybe a comment line in the
ini, or something ...
It should work fine unless something is already using those ports. It would be
helpful if you would attach the error messages you were getting, otherwise it's
impossible to help you out.
Another thing is that you must edit freenet.ini when Freenet is turnt off. If
it's on, then the ini will be overwritten when you shut it down.
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