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Amule (MUSL)

aMule is an eMule-like client for the eD2k and Kademlia networks, supporting multiple platforms.


QPKG password : qnap for webui
/opt/Mamule/.aMule/amule.conf (for settings)

aMule is a free peer-to-peer file sharing utility that works with the EDonkey network and the Kad network, offering similar features to eMule and adding others such as GeoIP (country flags). On August 18, 2003 it was forked from the xMule source code, which itself is a fork of the lMule project, which was the first attempt to bring the eMule client to Linux. These projects were discontinued and aMule is the resulting project, though aMule has less and less resemblance to the client that sired it.

According to the aMule official FAQ, these are the default ports. Server ports 4661 TCP and 4665 UDP are only used by the EDonkey network. Therefore, the Kad Network will only use 4662 TCP and 4672 UDP. The traffic direction is from client perspective:

4661 TCP (outgoing): Port on which an eDonkey server listens for connection (port number may vary depending on eDonkey server used).
4662 TCP (outgoing and incoming): Client to client transfers.
4665 UDP (outgoing and incoming): Used for global eDonkey server searches and global source queries. This is always Client TCP port + 3.
4672 UDP (outgoing and incoming): Extended aMule protocol, Queue Rating, File Reask Ping
4711 TCP: WebServer listening port. Used if aMule is accessed through the web.
4712 TCP: internal Connection port. Used to communicate aMule with other applications such as aMule WebServer or aMuleCMD.

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