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My router is stuck

When i try to download a torrent about after 1 hour my router is stuck but is still doenload torrent and if i stop torrent my router is not responting

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1. Unplug and plug it back in.
2. Change the port (socket) that your torrent program is using. Be sure to change it in the router as well, if you have things locked down tightly.

Posted on Nov 21, 2008

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Cant play the movie that i doenload from torrent,something is appearing when i'm trying to play it like codec is missing u need to download it from codecivil.com


That's what we call a Fake Video which means it's a fake video which would temp you to download some codec or buy a codec and you'll be directed to their website, suspiciously a malware/spyware infected site etc.. Usually the file sizes of those files are of similar CD quality video size, but their length is less than a minute or so. Sometimes, they even tell people to buy a software to play which in fact never play. In other words, those posters and trackers are Spammers.
Don't every try to follow the given link. I guess you must be seeing a link in the video to get that codec. If you are a frequent torrent user, you better note the users comments and ratings before you begin downloading them.
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I keep losing my connection while downloading torrents. everything else works fine, but when i'm downloading torrents the router loses connection after a little while


Chances are your ISP is slowing you down run the second test on the following post.

Google's broadband test tools are located at Measurementlab.net. On that page, you'll see an first icon that says "Users: Test Your Internet Connection". Click that, and then you'll be taken to a page where there are three tests available, and two more listed as coming soon. However, out of the three available tests, only one of them is fully automated and easy to use.
Glasnost , second on the list, will check whether your ISP is slowing down (like Comcast) or blocking Peer2Peer (P2P) downloads from software such as BitTorrent. P2P apps are commonly used for downloading illegal software and media content like movies and music, but also are used for legal purposes as well, such as distributing large software packages to many users at once.
To use the measurement tool, you will be redirected to the Glasnost site. You'll need the latest version of Java installed, and you should stop any large downloads that you may have running before you begin the test. If you're on a Mac, a popup message will prompt you to trust the site's Java applet.
When you're ready to start, you can choose whether you want to run a full test (approximately 7 minutes long) or a simple test (4 minutes long).

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Torrents Cause Timeouts on Motorola wr850gp


You need to set a BANDWIDTH limit on your torrents. Usually about two thirds you bandwidth eg if you had a 6mb connection set it for a max of 4 mb.

Many ISP's also throttle torrents to a point where it can stall out and cause issues elsewhere in a network.

If your torrent program has any stealth capabilities try setting those.
The terminology for that varies from program to program.

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How to stop torrents on DNA-A211-I bsnl wifi router ? please help


If you have access to the routers control panel
(the address should be something like 192.168.0.1 or 192.168.1.1
with user names and passwords as default, access, admin and so on. Try all of them in all) There should then be a menu to the left with something about ports- click that and follow the on screen instructions.

Disable these Ports 6881-6999( on TCP if the option is avaliable)



this SHOULD stop all bit torrent access. If you want to stop bit torrent all together close all ports. It can still be run through port 80 (the default web port) 

Otherwise disable program access on each specific machine that uses Bit Torrent.

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My linksys router wrt54g worked well for last


if possible, can you go to the linksys support site and doenload a new firmware? then connect with an ethernet cable and update the firmware. If that does not help, it may be time to buy a new one.

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U torrent


Try to open ports to your router.

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Well that is because torrents and other p2p apps open too many connections and the router can’t handle it. Try limiting the number of connections torrents and other p2p can use.

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Bypass the router and plug a computer directly into the modem
and test your theory.

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Downloads!!!!!!


I also have some Belkin router but i never face any problem with downloading torrents.
test the port you use with torrent client, also if you have firewall go trough the rules there you may have to enable ports manually.
Try this site BitLet using this site you can download torrents without installing client.

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Hi, DL managers usually split the file into many pieces, but the DL manager tries to grab many pieces at once and often there haven't been enough Ports opened to allow for this so check that also. Sometimesya ISP don't like torrents anyway and restrict that those ports into and out of ya conection..

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