How to configure UPnP on a home linux router?


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Not interested in installing a UPnP server for streaming media content to home devices, but rather the opposite — UPnP client. Home server(server is Ubuntu) I have favored NASA, acapella, tarantocalcio, the development server and the main router — so I would like to know how automatic forwarding ports if it comes to a upnp request from the software such as utorrent. At the moment I have port forwarding on just the static written rules in iptables — I would like to automate. In Google anywhere in the article how to make a server, not a client.
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I may be what the thread shortly, but you the server and need to do... the client in this case your home computer with uTorrent
setup was very simple. Here's www.shorewall.net/UPnP.html as an example...
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Once set up this in gentoo using this guide.
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Ubuntu not use it, but, I think, significantly-fatal differences in the upnp setting there.
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I need to configure probasco ports manually on each device in the network, support metapleuron not needed
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