Well obviously I have an in rule for each, and its not working, and yes utorrents is running. I have been port forwarding for years. This isnt anything new. Thats why I need help is I simply cant figure this out when stealthing my ports.
If your rules have been created correctly, enabling Stealth Ports and turning on Protocol Analysis will not affect the operation of uTorrent. I have both of those options enabled and with the following rules, uTorrent works correctly, as verified by the port test on the uTorrent site.
Im also confused why you have 2 global rules. Why not merge it in to one changing the first rule to TCP/UDP instead of having a separate rules for each?
EDIT: Thanks to both of you Im good to go. Part of the problem may have been the uTorrent App Rules, but when I checked my Global Rule, I either forgot to change the port or the port change on its own(believe it or not). So regardless, I like the way your rules were defined Quill, so I stole that
The only thing I did different from you, Quill, was a single In/Out rule for TCP and UDP in Global rules. Is there a particular reason I need two rules when one get the job done? Seems like the same could be said for the App Rules to.
The only reason I use separate rules is for troubleshooting purposes; it’s much easier to find problems when things are isolated. This, however, is just my preferred way of doing things and is unnecessary it the wider scheme of things.