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http-tunnel and peeguardian

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by qwik3r2, Oct 17, 2007.

  1. qwik3r2

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    I have recently been forced to use http-tunnel because of comcast's throttling but when I attempt to use peerguardian with it it kills the torrents, I do not want to use utorrent without, what could be causing this and would any of u have a solution? Thanks.
     
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    You could try using ipfilter.dat in your %AppData%\uTorrent folder.
    See, uTorrent FAQ What is ipfilter.dat.

    You could put a blocklist into the ipfilter.dat file.

    A uTorrent user has made an auto downloader and extractor for the ipfilter.dat file. ipfilter.dat Updater.
    I have not used it myself.
     
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    Thanks for the info. I think it was just a problem with my connection. It seems if I don't do things in a certain order that pg2 wont' work, very strange but eventually wound up working.
     
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    Computers can be very strange. Good to hear its working.

    BTW I have comcast (not hit yet-I guess) but I am interested in the http-tunnel as I might need it down the road.

    Did you find a guide on it that you could share?
     
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