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Slow Bit Torrent downloads? Router configuration tips.

Discussion in 'Windows - P2P software' started by CamDog, Feb 27, 2004.

  1. jeffw224

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    I dont know how to set my fowarding port as I cant see the pic from the above...

    what should I put in for my triggering port? For the incoming port I have put in 6881-6889, is that wht we suppose to do?

    also my BT program said my listen port is blocked, wht should I do to solve this problem?

    thx
     
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    Do you mean you can't access port forward; that guide looks a little too complicated to just muck around in your router and hope for the best? Depending on your client, one port for start and end is adequate and use one or a range over at least 10,000, ISPs can block those under. 34450 has worked well here for some time, also you need a static address: http://www.portforward.com/networking/staticip.htm (hopefully this opens for you) and post back if your Default Gateway and DNS Server(s) are the same (you'll need a different set).
     

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