Sorry, what does that mean? How could UPnP be working if it fails?
I assume that you restarted eMule (applications are not rebooted).
Though it might be useful to reboot router before testing.
As far as I remember, you had Huawei router which never worked with miniupnpc library.
If UPnP fails, please tell the model of the router and post relevant log lines (both Log and Verbose tabs). Otherwise such reports would be unusable.
Also it would be nice to know the results from TP-Link router owners.
Sorry, my mistake, I didn't explain it well. I have been testing it and checking logs and this is what happens. Yes I have a Huawei router. The UPnP redirection never worked when I used Windows XP but now it seems working on Windows 10. No idea why.
eMule v0.50b BETA1: working, High ID.
17/01/2017 22:02:54: Trying to setup port forwardings with UPnP... 17/01/2017 22:02:54: Using MiniUPnPLib based implementation 17/01/2017 22:02:54: miniupnpc (c) 2006-2013 Thomas Bernard - http://miniupnp.free.fr/ 17/01/2017 22:02:56: List of UPNP devices found on the network: 17/01/2017 22:02:56: Desc: http://192.168.0.1:37215/upnpdev.xml, st: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:InternetGatewayDevice:1 17/01/2017 22:02:56: UPnP device found. Is it an IGD ? : http://192.168.0.1:37215/ctrlu/WANPPPConnection_1 - Trying to continue anyway 17/01/2017 22:02:56: Our LAN IP: 192.168.0.192 17/01/2017 22:02:56: No UPnP Mappings to remove, aborting 17/01/2017 22:02:56: Sucessfully added mapping for port 44427 (TCP) on local IP 192.168.0.192 17/01/2017 22:02:57: Sucessfully added mapping for port 37407 (UDP) on local IP 192.168.0.192 17/01/2017 22:02:57: UPnP successfully set up forwardings for ports 44427 (TCP) and 37407 (UDP)
Unofficial version: not working, Low ID.
17/01/2017 22:06:30: Trying to setup port forwardings with UPnP... 17/01/2017 22:06:30: Using MiniUPnPLib based implementation 17/01/2017 22:06:30: miniupnpc (c) 2006-2017 Thomas Bernard - http://miniupnp.free.fr/ 17/01/2017 22:06:33: List of UPNP devices found on the network: 17/01/2017 22:06:33: Desc: http://192.168.0.1:37215/upnpdev.xml, st: urn:schemas-upnp-org:device:InternetGatewayDevice:1 17/01/2017 22:06:33: UPnP device found. Is it an IGD ? : http://192.168.0.1:37215/ctrlu/WANPPPConnection_1 - Trying to continue anyway 17/01/2017 22:06:33: Our LAN IP: 17/01/2017 22:06:33: No UPnP Mappings to remove, aborting 17/01/2017 22:06:33: Using Windows Service based UPnP Implementation 17/01/2017 22:06:33: Failed to verfiy mapping for port 44427 (TCP) on local IP - considering as failed 17/01/2017 22:06:33: Found UPnP device: ppp_0_33_1 (ChildLevel: 0, UID: uuid:00e0fc37-2525-2828-2502-ace87bb09154) 17/01/2017 22:06:42: Found UPnP service: urn:upnp-org:serviceId:WANPPPConnection1 17/01/2017 22:06:42: No more available UPnP implementations left 17/01/2017 22:06:42: UPnP failed to setup port forwardings, please foward those ports manually if necessary!
This is what I logged. Anyway sometimes in the official version eMule 0.50a shows UPnP failed but ports were redirected correctly or eMule connects before ports are redirected. No idea if it's a router issue or eMule issue but I saw it many times in other users too.
This post has been edited by NoMiaus: 17 January 2017 - 09:23 PM