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Configuring Port Forwarding for Other Ports
BaUPnP (auto port forwarding )
BaUPnP only needs to be run once when you power on your computer.
The easiest way to use this program is to add BaUPnP as a shortcut in your Windows Startup folder. Programs in the Startup folder are automatically started by Windows when you power on your computer. We suggest the following:
1. Download BaUPnP and save it in any location on your hard drive.
2. Right click on the Windows Start button. Select "Open" or "Open All Users".
3. Navigate to Programs -> Startup.
4. Right click and select New -> Shortcut.
5. Browse to where you installed (saved) BaUPnP.exe and select it. Click Finish.
BaUPnP will now configure port forwarding every time you power on your PC. The BaUPnP console window will automatically close when you press the ENTER key.
What to do if BaUPnP fails
Not all routers support UPnP, and many routers have UPnP disabled by default. You must enable UPnP in the router for BaUPnP to work. Please refer to your router manual for more information on how to enable UPnP. The UPnP enabled/disabled setting is typically found under "advanced settings" or "LAN Settings".
BaUPnP automatically attempts to find the IP address to your router if BaUPnP cannot do automatic port forwarding. BaUPnP also attempts to find your router's username and password by using a database with router default passwords. This is useful if you have never configured your router before and the router is using the manufacturer's default password. We suggest that you change the password if BaUPnP finds your router's default username/password.