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  1. tl;dr version: Linux BTSync Log File is saying: "[20140417 12:00:19.218] UPnP: Unable to map port 192.168.90.150:53160 with UPnP." "[20140417 12:20:21.904] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.90.150:45062/dev/8b9397c7-8f1d-9650-ffff-ffff88fe3c0c/desc": (-2)" Wat do? Long version: OK... so... PC1: Ubuntu Server running the per user instance of BTSync. (you know... the one with the .conf files in /etc/btsync/) Populated Folder - /software-tools PC2: Windows 7x64 running normal btsync installation. Cloned Populated Folder - /software-tools I have successfully logged in to my Ubuntu server GUI at http://192.168.XX.XX:8888 and added a folder from the Ubuntu Server. I copy and paste the secret into the windows BTSync, and set the destination folder to be the same /Software-Tools folder (n.b. These two folders have already got the same files/folders in them from a manual copy/paste done earlier) If I SSH into the Ubuntu PC and manually make a text file... "from-linux.txt" ... this file never appears on the windows PC. Likewise if i make a test file "from-windows.txt" in windows it never appears on the linux server. BTSync does not appear to be syncing anything. 1. I have run "sudo dpkg-reconfigure btsync" to ensure that btsync is being run by the same user and group that owns all the files in /Software-Tools "myuser:www-data" 2. I have verified on the firewall that all traffic between PC1 and PC2 is not hindered by application control, or anti-virus etc... 3. Looking at the sync.log file in /var/lib/btsync the one main and only error is: "[20140417 12:00:19.218] UPnP: Unable to map port 192.168.90.150:53160 with UPnP." "[20140417 12:20:21.904] UPnP: Device error "http://192.168.90.150:45062/dev/8b9397c7-8f1d-9650-ffff-ffff88fe3c0c/desc": (-2)" 4. I have ticked "Use Relay when required". Please can anyone help with the error/getting BTSync to work? Thanks