How to allow uTorrent to work through an ISA 2003 server?

Posted on 2007-10-12
Last Modified: 2011-08-18
How can I get uTorrent to work behind a ISA 2003 server?
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    you need to create rules to allow the ip address of the utorrent machine access out - I would just allow all ports.
    That will get it working - but for faster downloads you need to allow traffic in with a port redirection.
    In u torrent it is possible to set the port in > options > preferences > connection > port number - check what it is set to - then create a rule to allow incomming connections to that port

    for ISA I believe you need to "publish a server" on the correct port - take a look here it explains at the bottom how to do it

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