Skootles Posted August 17, 2006 Report Share Posted August 17, 2006 Okay, so we just recently got our high speed internet, but we don't have it all set up yet. We get it through a wireless access point in the neighbour's tree (it's still owned by our ISP), but since we don't have the ISP's specialized router, we can only my laptop, as it has a wireless card.So right now, I'm on the laptop, and I'm connected directly to the WAP with my wireless card, nothing inbetween- no router, no firewall (well, I use the windows firewall currently, but it's off right now), nothing. But for whatever reason, I'm getting the "Not Connectable." error when using uTorrent. I added uTorrent to the firewall's allow list, but I still get the error. Turned the firewall off, and I still get the error! I went to options > speed guide and clicked the 'Test if port is forwarded properly' link, and I got an error saying that the port wasn't forwarded properly.I still seem to be getting good speeds for now; 20-60KB/s dl, 20-150KB/s ul (Low speeds because the antenna to boost their signal is still on back order).So, what's going on? Is it possible that my ISP is blocking uTorrent? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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