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uTorrent/Rogers/Seeding

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by dexshc, Mar 12, 2007.

  1. dexshc

    dexshc Member

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    Hello,

    Before I get the standard replies of "read the tutorials" . . . let me tell you that I've read numerous upon numerous tutorials including ones on these forums as well as those on other web sites.

    I am using uTorrent on the second computer in my wireless network. I' using a D-Link DI-624 router behind Rogers Internet.

    I'm using uTorrent on port 10199 all ports have been forwarded through the routers settings, as well as my windows firewall(on second computer/one using utorrent) and norton as well.

    My download speeds are just fine and dandy(close to 150kb/s private tracker)

    However, my seeding speed is capped at 2kb/s. I would looooove to seed and be a good tracker member but it's not possibly with my heavy downloading needs.

    I'm begging of someone to help me with this!
     
  2. PeaInAPod

    PeaInAPod Active member

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    Simply put after if your the only one downloading those specific file(s) then you wont be seeding at all. After you have the entire file you will be a seeder and you shouldn't do any downloading during that time. Simple as that.
     
  3. sukhvail

    sukhvail Regular member

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    im in the same situation(rogers behind a router)!! i have a few completed dl's and i want to upload to keep my ratio up but my uploads go soooo slow. these are all torrents with quite a few peers so i know that its not hte prob. i remember 1-2 years ago, ppl on rogers had to change their ports to 1720 to make their torrent clients work again. i wonder if something similar happened again
     

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