reply to danybp
Re: Port Forwarding Stopped Working.
Couple of things. First: upload graphics to DSLR. Too many steps to view a usable image on tinypics. Click on Preview/Attach button, then just under the post preview is a button + upload attachments. Click on that, browse to your image, give it a caption, then click upload.
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Next, it appears uTorrent only needs TCP forwarded to one port. You are using 62355. Delete the uTorrent (UDP) port forward, and delete the PF at the bottom, if you haven't already done that.
Also, because your TCP PF says Any for WAN Connection type and that doesn't correspond to a valid option in my Rev A Actiontec, I'd suggest you drop that PF as well, and build it fresh. Use these steps.
First, verify the port uTorrent is using. Also verify the IP address of your laptop.
1. Navigate to your Port Forward status page, at the bottom click Add.
2. Enter the IP address for your laptop. In my example I used 192.168.1.24. (PortForward.com says you need to use a static IP, but I don't think that's required since the Actiontec generally remembers a DHCP address handed out. If you have problems with that, you can make your laptop IP a DHCP reservation. Subject of another post, for now.) Under Protocol/Specify Protocol, click Add.
3. Name the protocol. I used uTorrent. Under Server Ports/Protocol, click Add Server Ports.
4. Select Protocol dropdown, choose TCP. Select Destination dropdown, choose Single, then enter port number 62355. Click Apply.
5. Click Apply to complete the Protocol rule.
6. Click Apply to complete the Port Forward.
7. Final result. Click Apply to make it stick.
8. You know it will work if you get back to the nag screen to click Yes for Firewall settings.
If that doesn't work for you, you may have other problems in your router config. Some other options would be to do a hard reset back to factory defaults, and try it again using these steps.
Another option would be to open up router for Remote admin, or PC for Remote Control and let someone work it from outside.
[edit to correct screenshot, also to add]Also, drop the DMZ assignment. You'll have better NAT security by setting the PF.