Hi, I tried to fix this problem for over 20 hours now and I'm starting to give up. What i'm trying to do is forward port 60065 for uTorrent client to my static ip: 192.168.1.200 the dhcp range on the router is: 192.168.1.100-199 i added 60065 to virtual network to my ip (.200) added tcp and udp 60065 to routers firewall rules i added utorrent, tcp, udp to windows firewall exceptions i turned off windows firewall i tried grc.com's shields up and it shows that the port is "stealth". i tried portdetective.com and it shows the port is in use the uTorrent client shows that there is no incoming connections....
any help would be greatly appreciated, thank you, Patrick
I had the same problem.. the router did forward another port for me (port 12345) so i just set the port for uTorrent to 12344 and it magically worked... i'm not sure why but i would try setting the port to a lower range
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Sometimes ISPs (Internet Service Providers) upgrade information on their end to improve or alter something about their network. When this happens, routers have outdated information from the modem. You might want to try power cycling the modem and router. To do this, unplug the power from both the router and modem. After about 15-30 seconds, plug the modem back in. Wait for all of the lights to come on excluding the "PC Activity" light if it exists. Once the modem is registered with your ISP, plug your router back in and test your net speed using a site such as:
If your service is back to normal, then you're all set. If it isn't, you may want to contact your ISP as there could be something wrong with the route traffic is taking from the node to your residence.
I would suggest checking in the router's admin panel. (Typical accessed by typing 192.168.1.1 or 192.168.0.1 into your address bar on your web browser. Type your password (if you do not know it check your owners manual for the default) and check to see if you have any firewall or port restrictions set.
If you are experiencing slow speed while connected to a router, there are a number of things that can cause that problem.
If its the router causing the problem it could be a bad router, or a setting on the router.
1.) first thing i would do is a traceroute to google.com so from a command prompt type tracert google.com and see if your few hops are high. if they are when the router is connected but not high when the router is disconnected, then we know its something with the router.
log into the router's configuration.
2.) on some models you can change the MTU size.
3.) make sure your not filtering any ports that you need such as 110, 25
start with those 3 steps and let me know how that goes.