Hi, I've been suffering from slow downloads and uploads(both as a peer and a seed for uploads) even when there are many peers/seeds to connect to. Speeds rarely climb over 5 kb/s and are oftetn 0 or .1 kb/s. I have never once seen a green smiley in progress in Azureus, even after letting it run for days on end, and have concluded I must have a NAT problem. I do not have ZoneAlarm installed. However, after many many hours in front of my router config. screen, I have made no progress. I'll try to sum up everything in clear cut points/questions. 1)To start, I run windows XP, and have disabled all firewalls in Network Connections. I don't want the running, so I don't need to configure them, correct? 2)I have Norton Antivirus. Not a Norton Firewall product, only Antivirus. I have no software firewalls installed on my computer/network. Antivirus couldn't be causing problems, could it? 3)Onto the router issues. I have 3 computers on my network, and a Netgear MR814v2 router. According to run>cmd>ipconfig the computer I am trying to use the bittorent clients on's IP address is 192.168.0.2(default gateway is 192.168.0.1). This is the IP address I want to use in the port fowarding, right? 4)Which ports exactly do I want to foward? Azureus uses port 6881, so that's a given, but I have seen online sources saying Bittorent clients use between 6881 and 6999. I have tried setting the starting port to 6881 and the ending to 6999, but that did nothing for me. Now I have 10 different settings enabled, each for it's own port, 6881-6889, as well as 6969, which I read somewhere is used by trackers. For only Azureus(I use ABC also but if I can get this configured correctly I'd much rather move everything to Azureus), which ports do I want to foward? 5)This is the relevant part of my port fowarding screen as it stands now, I took a screenshot(I apologize for the poor image quality but it had to be resized to be hosted online, most of it should be legible; the first collum is just the names I gave them myself and is unimportant; the second is start port, third is end port(third is always the same as the second), 4th is IP address(always 192.168.0.1). Given that that is my computer's IP address, and that is what I assume the ports I may need to be(again, they were all formerly one setting, but that didn't work so I split them up), what am I doing wrong? Any help is greatly appreciated, thank you.