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Mstr2kx i ken not find the current port for bittorrent 6.0.3

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Different programs access different ports on a computer. You can go to portforward.com and check to see which ones you need to enable on router. What I would suggest is to access your router interface, if you have one, and go to it's Application/Gaming tab and enable the program with it's specific port. Then go to the program option section and enable the same ports you did on the router.

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BitTorrent is a torrent downloading client used to download
music, video and game files for free.

BitTorrent can really eat up bandwidth, which can be mighty
frustrating, especially if you're sharing a computer and an Internet connection
with someone who's using BitTorrent.

If he's not willing to stop using BitTorrent, there are a
few steps you can take to block this demanding program.



Switch your Internet service to an Internet service provider (ISP) that is
hostile to BitTorrent. RCN, for example, is known to block BitTorrent traffic.

Try blocking all ports from 6881 to 6999 on your system.

You must first add a port before you can block it. Click
"Control Panel" and then "Network and Internet
Connections."

Click "Firewall Settings," and select the
"Exceptions" tab.


Click the "Add Ports" button. Enter the port
number you want to block, and click "OK" to save your changes.

Navigate to the "General" tab in the "Windows
Firewall" section, and remove the check mark from the port you just
created.

That port is now blocked and cannot be used by BitTorrent.


Unfortunately, performing this procedure 118 times is
somewhat time consuming, but it is one of the few ways known to block
BitTorrent.




If someone is using BitTorrent on your computer, don't
allow him access to it.

If he's using BitTorrent on his own computer, you may have
to buy your own machine to avoid conflict.

If the Internet is slow on your computer because
he's downloading via BitTorrent on his own machine, consider using a public
Wi-Fi point such as a library or coffeehouse.

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Internet connction problm due 2proxy ser er


  1. Get Azureus from azureus.sourceforge.net. (You need to have Java installed on your machine first.)
  2. Run and configure Azureus:
    • Skip any updates, because they rely on torrents.
    • Set your proficiency level to Intermediate, so you can change the encryption settings later.
  3. Go to Tools -> Options -> Connections -> Transport Encryption, and require encryption.
  4. Under Mode, set your proficiency to Beginner. (Beginner has all the options you'll ever need as a downloader.)
  5. Restart Azureus, and let it do any updates it deems necessary.

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the best thing to do here is have a firmware upgrade which can be downloaded from the Linksys site. Base from experience (we have been using a lot of linksys products and currently we are using an RV016), these lock-up problems are caused by firmware problems and can be solved by firmware upgrade.

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How can i block torrent download with asa 5505 firewall????????


It is not possible to block the BitTorrent protocol, as the client applications have the ability to use different port numbers.  I suggest one of the following courses of actions:
1)  Added deny entries to your outbound access-list that block the specific IP addresses of the torrent trackers.  For example: tracker.thepiratebay.org = 77.247.176.145
tv.tracker.thepiratebay.org = 77.247.176.154
tracker.mininova.org = 87.233.147.137

2)  Re-configure your outbound access-lists to allow only services required for business activities.  For example, allow only http, https, and ftp, instant messaging from all your network.  Allow only dns from your DNS servers.  Allow only smtp from your mail server.

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Port Forwarding


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