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6                <title>Troubleshooting Automatic Port Forwarding</title>
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10                        <a href="../index.html">Home</a>
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12                                <h1>UPnP</h1>
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14                        <p>If the port mapping is unsuccessful and you have a UPnP compatible router, make sure:
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16                                <li>UPnP is enabled. Consult your router's documentation for instructions. If your router doesn't support UPnP, you will have to forward <a href="pfrouter.html">manually</a>.</li>
17                                <li>DMZ mode is disabled.</li>
18                                <li>The port has not already been forwarded manually.
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22                                <h1>Airport</h1>
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24                        <p>If you have an Apple Airport, make sure NAT-PMP is enabled. To do this:
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27                                        <li>Open Airport Admin Utility</li>
28                                        <li>Select your base station and click "Configure".</li>
29                                        <li>In the "AirPort" tab, click "Base Station Options...".</li>
30                                        <li>In the "Ethernet Port Security" tab, check the "Enable NAT Port Mapping Protocol" checkbox.</li>
31                                        <li>Click "OK".</li>
32                                        <li>Click "Update".
33                                        <p>NB: NAT-PMP requires MacOS X 10.4 Tiger, as well as up to date Airport software and firmware.</li>
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37                        <p>If you are still having problems, open the message log (in the Window menu) and post the debug output on the <a href="">support forums</a>.
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