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the utorrent i have can't seem to connect to any peers.

I had uTorrent version 1.7.2 but I had the above mentioned problem so upgraded to v 1.7.6-my current version. The little box in the bottom doesn't ever seem to turn green e ver. it is always yellow and i am getting very frustrated. It keep's on saying: No incoming connections. I have tried everything that the utorrent link to that portforward page recommended but it won't work. I have tried to change the port that utorrent listens to but it just won't work. The port that I am trying to get it to listen to is 49155. I have a Netgear router model WGR614 v7. Can anyone help?

Please?

Oh i forgot to mention, the torrents etc. that I try to download have a lot of seeders and very low leechers. For ex. a torrent I tried to download had 300 seeders and only 40 leechers but utorrent still won't download and the light still would just stay yellow and not green.

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no i switch internet providers and they gave me a new modem

and the guy who works for the company helped me set it up.

and utorrent was working fine, excellent in fact because most of the torrents that I

download were going at an average of 1.2 to 2.1 megabytes per second then the speed dropped dramatically down to 1 kb/s and sometimes even lower or not downloading at all, within a matter of days, 3-4 days in fact.

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yes

i tried both and still the torrent is not downloading. the speed is still at 0.0 kB/s.

I like utorrent and I don't want to get rid of it. so please help.

What does Ultima mean in his sticky? when he saod this : "# If you already have a rule/exception created for µTorrent in your firewall, try removing and recreating it".

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It says this : "Welcome to the µTorrent Port Checker.

A test will be performed on your computer to check if the specified port is opened.

Checking port 63077 on 24.XXX.XX.XX...

OK! Port 63077 is open and accepting connections.

You will be able to receive incoming BitTorrent connections. "

but the torrent still doesn't download and it is a very well seeded with 300 seeders and 100 downloaders. And the tracker status keeps on saying : offline (timed out), but I know that it is not offline because a few minutes before I finished downloading a torrent off of the same website with the same trackers.

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Whoops I forgot to mention the * means it's not default. Just pressing the RESET button will do that for you. I believe halfopen is 8 (to get past the 10 limit imposed since XP SP2), and connect speed is 20 yes. How are your experiences with the swarms now that you've cut down on your computer trying to churn out that many connections per second? Alot less overhead I'd imagine, which leaves more room for peer data transfer :D

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its working again

a lot better too

but the speed seems to have diminished and gone down a lot.

for example i was downloading a 1.37gb file and the avg. speed was around the 60's and 70's with connections to 20 seeds and 68 peers. not like the 200-500 kB/s i usually get from before. is there a way to increase the speed? or at least get close to 200 or 300 kB/s?

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If OOo doesnt hit 300 down, then you're on shaping profiles. Verify whether this is always the case or only during peak times like 12p-8p... Keeping a running log of sustained speeds (testing only needs to be done with the OOo torrent for 1-3 mins on your linespeed) will help you develop the profile your ISP is using. IF HOWEVER it is not during only some times, but is ALL the time you may want to check out 1.8 self-encapsulated. 1.8 includes workaround for shaping profiles obtained through the uT developers collaborating with azureus and libtorrent developers.

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