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    1llu51on is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    Default Port tracker setting

    Have done all the instructions @www.portforward.com, but still not working. Can somebody help me ?

    No firewall installed. Only windows firewall, and I've disabled it.

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    fabarati is offline Member Newbie
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    which router do you have? and which bittorrent-client? make sure that the same ports that you have opened in yor router are chosen as the ports your client will use. and don't use the portrange 6881-6999, that'll mess some other programs.

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    1llu51on is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    I use port number 44000, fairly high I guess. Bitcomet for client. Yah, I'm sure both my Bitcomet listening port and my router are 44000. But still getting an error saying it's still not open yet. I'm confused. Can it be something to do with my ISP ? Can they block my port ?

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    betatester is offline Senior Member Respected Member
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    yeah ISP can affect u but once u change/ randomise ur port, they shouldnt bother u.


    btw untick the upnp function in the bt client. it impairs ur speed.

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    1llu51on is offline Senior Member Frequent Poster
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    Done that as portforward suggested. But nothing changed. T_T
    It can still upload and download, but the speed is irritating, and consider about some torrent sites which use U/D calculation ratio. Without a working port, my IP will remain anonymous. T_T

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    fabarati is offline Member Newbie
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    don't use just one port, use a range. try 8881-8999, it works for me, and open the ports in your router, and in choose those in your client. And if you have the option, use randomize (i don't use bitcomet, so i don't know what the settings look like). alternatively u can use UPnP, meaning, you turn it on in your router, but don't forward the ports you've inputed in your client, and it will automaticly open and use necessary ports. i've gotten fairly good speed like that as well (about 400-500 KB/s), although that could have been the trackers fault...

 

 

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