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  1. Thanks for the reply, RomanZ. Hmm. So should I check to see if port 3000 is blocked on my network? Even so, how can we explain that my laptop connected to wifi at work is able to sync, but my desktop wired to the network cannot?
  2. Hi forum, I have been using btsync for months with no problems. This week though, one computer I use is not syncing with the rest. It's my office computer, so I suspect there is something which might have changed with the network here which is causing the issue. (Though, strangely, when I connect to the wifi network here I *can* sync...) I was running Ubuntu 12.04, and upgraded to 12.10 and that has had no effect. The tail of /var/lib/btsync/sync.log is below: [20140402 14:15:53.579] Using IP address **.**.**.**[20140402 14:15:53.580] Loading config file version 1.3.77[20140402 14:15:54.108] Loaded folder /media/storage/teaching[20140402 14:15:54.109] bind port is 18685[20140402 14:16:18.600] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.[20140402 14:16:53.587] NAT-PMP: Unable to map port with NAT-PMP.So, something is fishy with the port mapping. Any thoughts on how to fix it?