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Hi. i have a linksys wrt54g v7.0 and i have a roommate who downloads huge amount of data using bit-torrent, but he says he doesn't. how can i stop him from downloading huge data if i have to by only using the router interface? i dont want to access his pc, but want to stop the huge amount of data which is being downloaded every month and is costing me a lot of money :(

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use filter setting of your modem and block site like bit torrent also install networks and check download data and show repport tour friend about download amont link for networks http://www.softperfect.com/products/networx/manual/

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How to create a torrent file?


Torrent is easiest way to send heavy data file over Internet. You can create your own torrent file to share data with your friends.
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