Question about Linksys Computers & Internet
I'm being told that in order to effectively download bit torrents, I need to set up a static IP address. I did this but now I have a problem. I use a laptop that I carry from work to home. I have a Linksys router at work and a Buffalo router at home. When I set up a static IP address at work.. then I can't connect at home. Is there some way to set up each router with a static address but still allow my laptop to search and connect to them? Thanks for any help you can give me.
Torrents is for slow users you need to download torrent files through idm(internet download manager) just simply make a free user account on torrific.com and put you are torrent link in there serch bar they will gave you download link through idm its better then to utorrent or any torrent client
Posted on Nov 17, 2011
No need to set static IP addresses for the PC, i have been using UTorrent client with a laptop and used the laptop on different network, just set your torrent port to be dynamic, or let the torrent client find an open port everytime you use it (it is always under network settings / preferences).
if you have other questions just let me know, i'd be more willing to help out.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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