Booz Posted July 3, 2006 Report Share Posted July 3, 2006 Yes, I've got the UDP port forwarded in my firewall (I've also tried with no firewall), I've removed dht.dat and dht.dat.old, I've tried downloading more popular torrents, I've upgraded my firewall to the latest code, and I've tried changing my port in case my ISP is filtering -- all to no avail.Everything was working fine until last week or so; uT 1.5 would show 100-200 DHT nodes in the status bar and all of my torrents would pick up 80% of their peers via DHT. Then one day, I was getting 0/1 nodes in the status bar and all of my torrents ground to a halt. I've upgraded to uT 1.6 (two builds now) and nothing's changed -- all dead. I ran a packet capture and I see uT sending a DHT ping to utorrent.com:6881 every few minutes with no response; is this the problem? I also see lots of inbound TCP connections from peers (on torrents with trackers), but once the connection is established 99% of them never send any data and my uT closes them after 30 secs. What's going on here? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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