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I can't downoload by uTorrent with ports from 50000 to 65000....

I have a Asus 500 GP.
For qTorrent I have open port 62788. After 2 week q Torrent say, that I don't have good conection...
What is wrong?

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Depending on your ISP, you may have been throttled. Try a different port or try µTorrent, it allows random port assignment on every boot.

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Hi, I'm having problems port forwarding my Thompson TG585 v8. Im trying to port forward for utorrent application but it does not seem to work, everytime i get an error saying "port is not...


- Please check if it's UDP or TCP. You might have selected TCP for port forwarding but Torrent also uses UDP. For some ports that's important to make both forwarding. One for TCP, the other for UDP.

- If this doesn't work, you need to go deeper. You need to have access to an external computer on internet (a friend) from which you can start a telnet. For instance :
telnet mypublicip 45682

On your side, you need to check what's coming on your network interface. Two options to achieve this :
- Either you book a linux live cd (kubuntu), and you run in a console :
sudo tcpdump -ni eth0
(eth0 is the first ethernet adapter of your workstation).
- Either you use wireshark on Windows, this should do the trick, but you cannot be sure that there is no other software blocking on your current installation.

Regards,

Jul 10, 2011 | Routers

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How do I change the NAT setting to open?


Hello and welcome to FixYa.

My guess is that you are looking for port forwarding (eg: port 80 to host a webserver, or maybe a utorrent port for torrent downloads).

These are my suggestions for this issue in general (Assuming you first logged in to your router administration panel. Usually located @ address 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.254 depending on manufacturer can be located underneath the router on a sticker, along with the default admin console password and username):

1. Please enable UPnP to set NAT to open.
2. Goto the port forwarding section (might also be called Virtual server section etc.) and do a port forward using the IP of the computer you need to open port to, with TCP port 80 or 8080 or utorrent port or the number of the port you may need in general.

Please tell me how much did that help you.

More info on this matter that might be helpful can be found==> here

Thanks.

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Mar 24, 2011 | Routers

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Cannot dowload load from utorrent


you need to open a port on your router to allow utorrent to work OR your ISP has blocked all bit torrent streams from your home

to open a port find out how to from here

www.portforward.com

Feb 23, 2011 | Routers

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Iv got a BT home hub 2 cant get conections for utorrent even though opened firewalls


There are ISPs that block utorrent. I found this explanation of how to do port forwarding on the BT home hub, though: http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/BT/BTHomeHub/Utorrent.htm
So, all I can suggest is to open the ports on your home hub as suggested above and to connect your computer straight to your home hub rather than to your CWR-854 (unless you actually have no such router and just picked that to ask the question under).
It is possible that someone has decided that you should not use torrents (they slow down everyone because they actually have the nerve to use the internet) and they are associated with thieves. Not to mention that there are tons of legit uses for them,
This could be someone in your ISP or your house. So do you have access to everything? You can poke around with telnet - can you access the ports on the other systems that utorrent accesses to make itself part of the network of systems that are downloading and sharing the torrent?
But if one knows the ports it is easy to block torrent.
If you have multiple routers that do nat, the home hub has to forward to your router, not to your system. So if your router is 192.168.3.12 and your system is 192.168.5.6, the BT home hub has to forward to the port on your router, on 192.168.3.12 , and your router has to forward to your system on 192.168.5.6. If the home hub tries to forward directly to your system (if you have multiple routers, which you might have because of the way you asked your question) then it won't work since your router hides 192.168.5.6.

Jan 09, 2010 | Cnet CWR-854 Router

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How can I block *all* torrents traffic with a Cisco 5540 ASA firewall. It consuming too much bandwidth


Hi there,

Well you can use the torrent software to not allowing more bandwidth, just open the torrent software (utorrent, bittorrent etc....) right click on the downloading file then goto the bandwidth allocation menu and select low bandwidth, just do this with all of the downloading things......

Good Luck!!

Thanks

Jan 07, 2010 | Routers

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I need to open a port to use utorrent


first u download a software called ultra surf from anywhere on the net...then this software will search for most suitable port and it will open it for u...

OR

simply u can change the port no. between ' 6880-6889 ' in the preference option in utorrent....I think this will solve ur prob...KSHITIJ

Jun 17, 2009 | D-Link GamerLounge DGL-4300 Router...

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Hangs with Bittorrent


That is because you need to open a port on router with the same number assigned to your torrent client.

You need to check port number on bittorrent configuration, then access router control panel typing router IP on internet explorer address bar and configure the router to open the port.

Read the following articles.



How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

Brian's BitTorrent FAQ and Guide: What ports does BitTorrent use

Slow Bit Torrent downloads? Router configuration tips.

Opening port BitTorrent |

forum.bittorrent.com / how to open firewall/router port

Guide to Open or Forward Ports for Utorrent and Azureus BitTorrent

Port Forwarding for the Netgear WGR614



Tweaking your system to get the most out of BitTorrent


Apr 13, 2009 | Routers

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Downloading music from utorrent.com - port is blocked


hi i went through ur problem ....i am really glad to assit u with this issue ...If u hav got the port number for the utorrent website go on with the following steps:

Step 1: Connect modem>>belkin>>computer
Step 2: On the computer open the browser page and type http://192.168.2.1
Step 3: Towards the left corner check for virtual servers under firewall
Step 4: U will hav 20 check boxes
Step 5: Check the first enable box and enter ur port number and the type either tcp/udp
Step 6: Private port and the inbound port are the same
Step 7: Disable firewall also

I hope that this would surely help u out

May 20, 2008 | Belkin Wireless G Plus MIMO (F5D9230-4)...

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Cant get decent speeds from u torrent


Hello,

I recommend checking out http://portforward.com/english/routers/port_forwarding/Belkin/F5D7230-4/eMule.htm

This is a great tutorial on configuring port forwarding on your particular router. This example is for emule but it will be very similar to uTorrent. You will want to determine what port uTorrent is configured to send data on and use that accordingly.

Good luck!

Jacob

Mar 18, 2008 | Belkin (F5D7230-4) Router (587009)

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Port Forwarding


First off, the have the wrong IP address set for the router. The 10.0.0.138 address they are shopwing you would be replaced by 192.168.0.1 (default for D-Link). You can always tell by going to the command prompt (start/run/cmd) then type "ipconfig". This will tell you the the default gateway (router) and the ip address of your computer. The 255.255.255.0 is your subnet mask. Now try following those very confusing directions.

In the D-link, forward ports in the DMZ or RIP section of the router.

Personally, I don't know Utorrent and would not open a hole in my firewall for it. Bit Torrent is the original and most trustworthy of the 'torrent" programs.

Dec 30, 2007 | D-Link ADSL2/2+ Modem/Wireless Router...

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