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Old 30th January 2010
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Hi all

I'm lookup some pf.conf samples with Emule, Vuze, Itunes tcp and udp ports

I also want to be able to do a windowsupdate from my Windows seven 64 bits box.

Any help appreciated

As anybody test ComixWall 46 ? I try to do some improvements of the basic features but the web interface is unstable.

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Old 30th January 2010
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ComixWall was discontinued recently, as for those other technologies.. specific routing requirements should be documented on their websites, or online via some tutorial.

Most torrent clients can be configured to use any port, although there is a common range that a few default to.
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