BobAchgill Posted June 26, 2007 Report Share Posted June 26, 2007 I was wondering if uTorrent is compatible with L2TP?My Azereus tracker works OK but my uTorrent tracker only gets the red light on the torrent I am trying to upload/track when cable connected via a Level One WBR-3406TX router configured to WAN setting L2TP.If uTorrent tracking is supposed to work with a L2TP WAN configuration is there a special set of instructions for how to configure it? Port Forwarding does not seem to be the answer.I am asking the question in the General forum because I want to verify that YES, uTorrent and L2TP are a supported combination. I want to try out any special instructions (if any exist) before opening a topic in the troubleshooting forum so I don't waste people's time on the forum.I would like to host my torrents on uTorrent because I understand that should I go offline as a tracker... the swarm will continue on the backs of those uTorrent clients seeding the swarm. I read somewhere that Azureus distributed and uTorrent distributed tracking are incompatible. So I would prefer to track with uTorrent so the swarm can live on. Maybe you can tell me don't sweat it... use Azureus anyway for the tracking since ...???I love the small foot print and easy set up of uTorrent and will recommend my future clients to use it to join the swarm.[Edit] Yeah!I got port forwarding to work with L2TP finally. I had used a wrong alternate DNS AND port forwarding only started working after I rebooted the router AND AND AND the computer. I don't recall seeing the need to reboot the computer on PortForwarding.com[End Edit]Thanks!Bob Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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