Hello All, Hopefully someone here can help me. Ever since upgrading to Leopard I have not been able to get Azureus working properly. I can not get the smilies to go green and I have searched all over the net, including the Azureus/Vuze forums, the forums here, and have not been able to find an answer. I never had an a problem like this in 10.3.9 and this is truly beginning to get on my nerves that I cant get Azureus to go green. With everything being either blue or yellow I know I'm not getting the maximum speed out of Azureus. I have 2 routes in my home network: one is a Linksys BEFSR41 V3 and a D-Link DI-624 wireless router. The Linksys has DHCP enabled while the D-Link does not, the D-Link just acts as a wireless access point with WEP enabled. I have my PowerBook G4 set with a manual IP address, not using DHCP. IPv4: 192.168.1.136 Subnet Mask: 255.255.255.0 Router: 192.168.1.1 The port forwarding on my Linksys is set to 49155, Azureus is pointed to said port. When I do a NAT/Firewall test my results invariably are: Testing port 49155 ... NAT Error - Connection to xx.xx.xx.xx:49155 (your computer) refused. You'll have to forgive me for xx out my non router IP address In Leopard's firewall I have "Set access for specific services and applications" enabled and under the Advanced tab I also have Stealth mode enabled. I am truly at a loss as to how to get Azureus to work properly. Any help is greatly appreciated. Sincerely, Joe P.S. I know some people will recommend that I use Transmission, BitRocket, or another Mac OS X bittorrent client. I have no intention of using any of these programs. I know Azureus and prefer to use something I know, so please dont turn this thread into a flame war over which BT client is better. I asking for serious help here, not a debate over what program is better.