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Old August 29th, 2006
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Hallo@all....
Wie kann ich die ports für LimeWire freigeben?
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Ich geh mal davon aus, dass Sie Windows XP haben.
Das bedeuted, dass Sie sowohl die eingebaute Firewall, als auch die Internet Verbindung einstellen muessen.
Ich selber habe eine Englische Ausgabe von XP und kann Ihnen moeglicherweise nicht die genaue deutsche Bezeichnung liefern. Ich werd's aber versuchen.

Zuerst sollten Sie in LW den Port finden den Sie einstellen muessen. Hierfuer gehen Sie LW>Werkzeuge>Einstellungen>Experte>Firewalls . Hier sollten Sie nun sehen welche Port Nummer LW hat.

Nun sollten Sie mit einem rechten klick auf Ihr Internet-Verbindungs-Symbol rechts unten neben der Uhr zu "Windows Firewall Einstellung aendern" gehen.
Im Ausnahmen Feld sollten Sie nun die vorher abgelesene Nummer einmal als TCP addieren und einmal als UDP. Desweitern sollten Sie schauen ob Limewire als Ausnahme in der Liste erscheint. Falls nicht, addieren Sie es via der Program Taste (add program).

Wenn Sie das getan haben, gehen Sie zum "Experte" Feld. Dort waehlen Sie Ihre Internet Verbindung und klicken "Einstellung..." (Settings). Nun machen Sie genau das selbe was Sie schon unter dem "Ausnahme" Feld getan haben. Addieren Sie einmal TCP und einmal UDP.

Nach all dem muessten Sie normalerweise die Internet-Verbindung trennen und dann wieder Verbinden.
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Ok Thx...
Aber bei LimeWire steht ,,Turbo-Charged Connection" aber meine donloads haben nur 3kb/s obwohl ich dsl 6000 habe ach ja ich sitze noch hinter einem router...
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Na, dann muessen Sie Ihren Router auch so einstellen, dass er LW zugang zum Netz erlaubt.
Was fuer ein Router Model haben Sie denn?? Ist in dem Router auch UPnP ermoeglicht?
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Schauen Sie mal in Ihrem Handbuch fuer den Router nach wie Sie UPnP ermoeglichen koennen. Sie muessen gegebenenfalls "port forwarding" machen. Sollte Ihr Handbuch keine Informationen darueber habe, suchen Sie Ihren Router auf der T-Online Seite (falls Sie bei T-online sind)
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Ok Danke
Jetz hat mein download 60 kb/s... Warum? Weiß ich auch nicht lol

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Viele andere Nutzer sitzen hinter einer nicht für LW geöffneten Firewall, und mit denen können sie sich nur verbinden, wenn sie ihre Firewall so einstellen, dass sie LimeWire durchlässt.

Zwei Firewalls miteinander verbinden funktioniert nicht allzu gut, daher bekommen sie wenn irhe Firewall LimeWire nicht durchlässt nur Verbindungen zu Nutzern, deren Firewall für LimeWire offen ist, und das sind leider oft nicht die mit den schnellsten Verbindungen.
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Hier steht doch alles was man raucht:
http://portforward.com/english/route...B/Limewire.htm

Wenn man einmal nachschaut, was ein Turbolader ist, dann merkt man schnell, dass LimeWire das wohl nicht gemeint haben kann:
http://de.wikipedia.org/wiki/Turbolader

Gerade Open-Source-Software sollte solch dumpfe Marketingfloskeln eigentlich nicht nötig haben. Wer für LimeWire zahlt, der stellt damit vor allem und zu allererst den Fortbestand von LimeWire sicher und entlohnt die Entwickler für ihre Arbeit ganz konkret und finanziell. Die Unterschiede zwischen der Basis- und Vollversion sind ansonsten eher gering. Das "Turbo-Charged" bezieht sich dabei lediglich auf einige Einstellungen, die *meist* dazu führen, dass Downloads schneller von statten gehen. Das heißt allerdings absolut nicht, dass LimeWire irgendwelche Transferraten garantieren könne. Im Gegenteil, LimeWire hat in keinem Fall Einfluß darauf, was im Gnutella-Netzwerk verfügbar ist und welche Bandbreite die einzelnen Teilnehmer zur Verfügung stellen bzw. diesen zur Verfügung steht. LimeWire stellt dazu einzig und allein die Software zur Verfügung, d.h. weder irgendwelche Fileserver - außer der Website natürlich - noch irgendwelche anderen Teile der Infrastruktur - außer evtl. den einen oder anderen Bootstrap-Server.

Niedrige Transferraten sind daher völlig normal, solange nicht eine ausreichende Anzahl bzw. ausreichend schnelle Quellen für eine Datei auffindbar sind. Im Übrigen wird auch nicht jeder Webserver bzw. andere beliebige Internet-Dienst dazu in der Lage sein, eine Verbindung mit 6 Mbit/s auszulasten. Zum einen muss diese Bandbreite auf beiden Seiten verfügbar sein und zum anderen wird diese in aller Regel auf mehrere parallel laufende Transfers aufgeteilt, so dass für jeden dieser nur ein entsprechender Bruchteil beansprucht werden kann.
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