That tutorial is a bit unclear about opening ports in Comodo.
Go to Firewall → Advanced → Network Security Policy → Global rules. Now add a new rule for uTorrent.
Choose Add → and edit the following:
Protocol: TCP or UDP
Description: Port rule for uTorrent
Source address: Any
Destination address: your internal IP address when it is a fixed address or use the MAC address of your network adapter
Source port: Any
Destination port: the port you set in uTorrent
When done → Apply. Look at the rules and make sure the uTorrent rules is somewhere above the basic block rule at the bottom. Then push Apply and try again.
Make sure the ports set the same for both the general rule and the application rule.
I did both your suggestions and the port still doesn’t appear to be open. One thing I forgot and I don’t know if it matters, the tutorial says to re-start utorrent when finished and I should receive an alert and tell it to remember this application. I never did receive that.
When connecting to the internet your modem will get an IP address. The computer(s) behind the modem will get an IP address by the modem thatare reserved for local networks; a so called internal IP address (the internal IP addresses are not used on the internet).
I’m following that page, without problem. I just figured after reading your reply that the Internet IP isn’t the same as the fixed I need, I should follow those steps with the wrong IP. According to steps up through 9 I would be using my Internet IP. Which led me to that question.
Also, I don’t have a router, if the fixed IP pertains to that.