Changeset 689


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Timestamp:
Jul 23, 2006, 11:31:12 PM (15 years ago)
Author:
livings124
Message:

Small tweaking of help here and there.

Location:
trunk/macosx/Transmission Help/html
Files:
3 edited

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  • trunk/macosx/Transmission Help/html/pffirewall.html

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    1414                                <div summary="To do this" id="taskbox">
    1515                                        <ol>
    16                                                 <li>Open T, go to Preferences >> Network and enter a number for the port. Numbers above 45000 are recommended. Lets use 50001 for now. Then quit T. </li>
     16                                                <li>Open T, go to Preferences >> Network and enter a number for the port. Numbers above 45000 are recommended. Let's use 50001 for now. Then quit Transmission. </li>
    1717                                                <li>Open System Prefs >> Sharing >> Firewall. Click "New." In the "Port Name" pop-up menu, select Other, and fill in the settings as follows: </li>
    1818                                                        <ul>
  • trunk/macosx/Transmission Help/html/pfrouter.html

    r666 r689  
    1717                                <ol>
    1818                                        <li>Find out what your IP address is. You can find your computer's IP address (on Mac OS X) by going to System Prefs >> Network, double-clicking on your connection (for instance, Built-in Ethernet), and clicking the TCP/IP tab. It's probably something like 192.168.1.100, or 10.0.1.2.</li>
    19                                         <li>Open T. go to preferences and enter a number for the port. Numbers above 45000 are recommended. Lets use 50001 for now. Then quit T.</li>
     19                                        <li>Open Transmission, go to preferences, and enter a number for the port. Numbers above 45000 are recommended. Let's use 50001 for now. Then quit Transmission.</li>
    2020                                        <li>Go into your router configuration screen. Normally this is done via your web browser using the address <a href="http://192.168.0.1">192.168.0.1</a> etc. Apple's Airport uses an application called 'Airport Admin Utility' to configure it.</li>
    2121                                        <li>Find the port forwarding (sometimes called port mapping) screen. While the page will be different for each router generally you will enter something similar to the following:</li>
    2222
    2323                                                <ul>
    24                                                         <li>For 'Application' type Trans </li>
    25                                                         <li>For 'Start Port' and 'End port' type 50001 </li>
    26                                                         <li>For Protocol, choose Both </li>
    27                                                         <li>For IP address, type in your IP address you found in Step 1.</li>
    28                                                         <li>Tick Enable. </li>
    29                                                         <li>Click save settings.</li>
     24                                                        <li>For 'Application' type 'Trans'. </li>
     25                                                        <li>For 'Start Port' and 'End port' type 50001. </li>
     26                                                        <li>For Protocol, choose Both. </li>
     27                                                        <li>For IP address, type in your IP address you found in Step 1. </li>
     28                                                        <li>Check Enable. </li>
     29                                                        <li>Click save settings. </li>
    3030                                                </ul>
    3131                                </ol>
  • trunk/macosx/Transmission Help/html/portforward.html

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    1717                                <h1>Why do I need to Port Forward?</h1>
    1818                        </div>
    19                         <p>Transmission (T.) uses a single port for all the torrents you are downloading. If the port has not been opened (ie forwarded) that means only you can make connections to others in the swawm. If the port is forwarded, others can connect to you, thus increasing the potential number of people connected to you, and more importantly increasing the speed of your download.
     19                        <p>Transmission uses a single port for all the torrents you are downloading. If the port has not been opened (ie forwarded) that means only you can make connections to others in the swawm. If the port is forwarded, others can connect to you, thus increasing the potential number of people connected to you, and more importantly increasing the speed of your download.
    2020                        <p>
    2121                        <div id="pagetitle">
     
    3535                                <ol>
    3636                                        <li>Open Transmission.</li>
    37                                         <li>Then go to this website, <a href="https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=50001">https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=50001</a> </li>
     37                                        <li>Go to this website, <a href="https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=50001">https://www.grc.com/x/portprobe=50001</a> </li>
    3838
    3939                                        Replace the '50001' bit of the URL with what ever port you have forwarded.
     
    4242                        <p>
    4343                        <ul>
    44                                 <li>If you get 'Stealth', or 'Closed', the you haven't forwarded correctly. </li>
    45                                 <li>If you get 'Open', then you have successfully port forwarded!</li>
     44                                <li>If you get 'Stealth' or 'Closed' then you haven't forwarded correctly. </li>
     45                                <li>If you get 'Open' then you have successfully port forwarded!</li>
    4646                        </ul>
    4747                        <p>
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