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UPNP log analysis
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Frog 
TL:DR : Read just the Bold parts.

Hello, I just created this account to ask about my problem. As per sticky page instruction, I'll now post my info:
  • OS: Windows 7 ultimate
  • The text from the 'System' area on the 'About' page (Help -> About or Vuze -> About):
    Java 1.6.0_23 (64 bit)
    Sun Microsystems Inc.
    SWT v4508, win32
    Windows 7 v6.1, x86
    V5.7.2.0/4 az3
  • Antivirus software: none
  • Firewall software: none
  • Internet Service Provider: Cosmote
  • I'm using a router with NAT. UPnP enabled.
  • I'm using a wireess connection. Can't test with a wired one. For some reason it doesn't work at all with my user account.
  • My torrents have mainly green and some yellow faces. Rarely blue, even rarer red.
  • To fix my problem I've followed the port choosing guide.
  • Router: Speedport W 724V type Ci
My problem is that the NAT/Firewall test in help section keeps failing with NAT error, even after I've chosen an unused port in the proper range:


Code:
Testing port TCP 60000 ...
NAT Error - Connection timed out (37.32.189.171:60000).
Code:
Testing port UDP 60000 ...
Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=5000)
Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=10000)
Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=15000)
Sending completion event
NAT Error. Inbound test failed, timed out.
Just to be clear, I am doing this test after I have stopped my torrents, exited vuze and restarted it after a few minutes, like the guide specifies.
To forward the port, I am using UPnP. I want to know if there is anything wrong with that. I have enabled full logging in options and here is the log:



Code:
[21:29:50] Mapping request: Incoming Peer Data Port (UDP/60000), enabled = true
[21:29:50] Mapping request: UDP Tracker Client Port (UDP/60000), enabled = true
[21:29:50] Mapping request: Incoming Peer Data Port (TCP/60000), enabled = true
[21:29:50] Mapping request: Incoming Peer Data Port (TCP/80), enabled = false
[21:29:50] Mapping request: TCP Tracker Port (TCP/6969), enabled = false
[21:29:50] Mapping request: TCP SSL Tracker Port (TCP/7000), enabled = false
[21:29:50] Mapping request: UDP Tracker Port (UDP/6969), enabled = false
[21:29:52] Mapping request: uTP Plugin (UDP/60000), enabled = true
[21:29:53] Mapping request: Highcharts Statistics (TCP/9092), enabled = true
[21:29:53] Mapping request: mlDHT (UDP/49001), enabled = true
[21:29:53] Mapping request: Swing Web Interface (TCP/6883), enabled = true
[21:29:53] Mapping request: Distributed DB (UDP/60000), enabled = true
[21:29:56] http://192.168.42.29:60494/RootDevice.xml -> SAMSUNG Mobile USB Remote NDIS Network Device//192.168.42.29 (prefix=32)
[21:29:56] Device 'http://192.168.42.29:60494/RootDevice.xml' is ok: discover=0,found=0,read_ok=0,read_bad=0,map_ok=0,map_bad=0
[21:29:56] UPnP: root discovered: usn=uuid:c23f0251-d02f-d9cd-2fcf-30a79dd16af8::upnp:rootdevice, location=http://192.168.42.29:60494/RootDevice.xml, ni=eth16,local=/192.168.42.29
[21:29:56] Downloading: http://192.168.42.29:60494/RootDevice.xml
[21:30:08] Relative URL base is unspecified
[21:30:09] Vuze on HAFZAF
[21:30:09] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1:desc=http://192.168.42.29:60494/ConnectionManager.xml, control=http://192.168.42.29:60494/ConnectionManager/Control
[21:30:09] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1:desc=http://192.168.42.29:60494/ContentDirectory.xml, control=http://192.168.42.29:60494/ContentDirectory/Control
[21:30:09] Adding alternative location http://169.254.137.165:60494/RootDevice.xml to uuid:c23f0251-d02f-d9cd-2fcf-30a79dd16af8::upnp:rootdevice
[21:30:21] Device 'http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c' is ok: discover=0,found=0,read_ok=0,read_bad=0,map_ok=0,map_bad=0
[21:30:21] UPnP: root discovered: usn=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c::upnp:rootdevice, location=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c, ni=net9,local=/169.254.137.165
[21:30:21] Downloading: http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll
[21:30:21] Relative URL base is unspecified
[21:30:21] HAFZAF: Zafos:
[21:30:21] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:c64b9b52-433b-4a7b-9360-e778c0c0b07d, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:upnp-org:serviceId:ConnectionManager
[21:30:21] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:8f53a443-15ae-40a7-8a1d-776124f458b3, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:upnp-org:serviceId:ContentDirectory
[21:30:21] urn:microsoft.com:service:X_MS_MediaReceiverRegistrar:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:ee632566-5e2d-4285-a7f5-7e24bf539c3d, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:microsoft.com:serviceId:X_MS_MediaReceiverRegistrar
[21:41:49] UPnP: reset
[21:41:56] Device 'http://169.254.137.165:60494/RootDevice.xml' is ok: discover=0,found=0,read_ok=0,read_bad=0,map_ok=0,map_bad=0
[21:41:56] UPnP: root discovered: usn=uuid:c23f0251-d02f-d9cd-2fcf-30a79dd16af8::upnp:rootdevice, location=http://169.254.137.165:60494/RootDevice.xml, ni=net12,local=/169.254.137.165
[21:41:56] Downloading: http://169.254.137.165:60494/RootDevice.xml
[21:41:56] Relative URL base is unspecified
[21:41:56] Vuze on HAFZAF
[21:41:56] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:60494/ConnectionManager.xml, control=http://169.254.137.165:60494/ConnectionManager/Control
[21:41:56] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:60494/ContentDirectory.xml, control=http://169.254.137.165:60494/ContentDirectory/Control
[21:42:50] Adding alternative location http://192.168.42.29:60494/RootDevice.xml to uuid:c23f0251-d02f-d9cd-2fcf-30a79dd16af8::upnp:rootdevice
[21:45:09] UPnP: root discovered: usn=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c::upnp:rootdevice, location=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c, ni=net12,local=/169.254.137.165
[21:45:09] Downloading: http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll
[21:45:09] Relative URL base is unspecified
[21:45:09] HAFZAF: Zafos:
[21:45:09] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ConnectionManager:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:c64b9b52-433b-4a7b-9360-e778c0c0b07d, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:upnp-org:serviceId:ConnectionManager
[21:45:09] urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:ContentDirectory:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:8f53a443-15ae-40a7-8a1d-776124f458b3, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:upnp-org:serviceId:ContentDirectory
[21:45:09] urn:microsoft.com:service:X_MS_MediaReceiverRegistrar:1:desc=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?content=uuid:ee632566-5e2d-4285-a7f5-7e24bf539c3d, control=http://169.254.137.165:2869/upnphost/udhisapi.dll?control=uuid:7e951cdb-7477-4788-b71d-ad7a89d3c82c+urn:microsoft.com:serviceId:X_MS_MediaReceiverRegistrar
There are some 'false' on some ports there in the beggining on the log. I have no idea if that's good or bad. Please help me analyze this log and narrow down my issue. I have moved this pc from another house, where following the port choosing guide yielded perfect results in the NAT/firewall test in both TCP and UDP. So maybe this router sucks, idk...

Maybe these NAT errors are false positives, since the torrents have healthy faces. They are bad torrents, however and I can't tell if they're downloading at their full speed or not. I can do further testing upon request, but I think as long as I have NAT error my downloading speed will be stifled.

TL:DR : Read just the Bold parts.

EDIT: Visual rework. Made the important suff bold.
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