[HN9000] Definitive working uTorrent settings
Are there any? It seems like no matter what settings I use, it's random if I can get a green light (incoming connections) when trying to download a torrent. Sometimes I go to download a torrent with plenty of seeds and pull 300k average, other times, 5k if that. Been trying to download the Half Life remake Black Mesa last few nights and I'm starting to pull my hair out.
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I have great speeds when i pick up around 100 leeches and seeds but if there are more, its very possible that speed will go up over 1mb/s down.
Pulling for just a few drains my connection witch makes it worthless until after a good 10 minute power down of everything and then speeds will slllloooooowwwwly start returning. I don't like to pull since it requires much time and need to constantly run the computer 24 hours around the clock so nah in fact i dont do this anymore.
BTW i am on Gen4 [HT1000] just letting you know so you won't stare at your screen and say holy crap unless your surprised torrent speeds can jump THAT far (1.5mb/s) with the Gen4 then thats different.
Anyway have a good day.
HT1000/ BeamID 32/ Power Max plan/ 4 pcs on a D-Link wired switch/ wireless D-Link router with password
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|reply to Finn |
Well, unless you have paid the extra $10/mo for a static (dedicated) IP address, you have no way to get incoming connections. At one time I looked into a service that would let me do tunnelling (basically, I'd initiate a connection to a server on the internet which would listen for incoming connections and forward them back to my computer) but could never get it to work for torrents.
If you have paid for the static IP you would probably assign it to a wireless router, in which case you'd need to set up port forwarding on the router to direct the traffic to your pc. If your only device on your network is your pc (plugged directly into your hughesnet modem) you don't have to do that, but then it would probably be working easily for you anyway.
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|reply to Finn |
Besides why not just use the website link? It's a whole lot faster.
If your wanting it free, lemme know.. I'll give you IDM if you want it (free of course)
Because torrenting is usually much quicker.
It seems to be working fine now. I guess usual Hughesnet bullshit was the reason I couldn't get incoming connections.