FloatingRock Posted December 19, 2005 Report Share Posted December 19, 2005 Hi;I've been using Azureus for some time but have decided to try uTorrent. From what I've seen so far of uTorrent, I'd like to switch if I can get a problem squared away. I would love to get rid of the Java bloat and wasn't happy with BitComet.I have a torrent I'm trying to DL with 3 seeds and 18 peers, the problem is that while Azureus will connect to 1 - 2 seeds and 3 - 4 peers, providing an average DL speed of about 30 kB/s, uTorrent is connecting to 1 seed, and then maybe ten minutes later will finally connect to a single peer. Most of the time I'm getting 0 kB/s DL but once in a while it will DL up to about 2 kB/s for a short time before dropping back to 0.My upload speeds for the torrents I'm seeding are working just fine. I've tried pausing all of the seeds and the torrent I'm trying to DL is still dead or slow. Actually, it dropped the one peer so now I'm only connected to a single seed. The UL limit I'm using is well below my max and works fine with Azureus, so I'm sure that's not the problem. My router works with UDnP so I know that's fine unless it's the port, (I'm using the default uTorrent port). I've seen some other posts were people where asked to look for "Network OK", but where is that located? (Edit: I've since found out where it's supposed to tell me "Network OK" or "NAT Problem", but it doesn't say either on the status bar. Does that indicate something? I'm running uT 1.3.)The problem appears to be that uTorrent isn't connecting to enough peers for whatever reason and if it were, I would probably get a comperable DL rate to Azureus.Global Max Conn: 200Max Num Conn Peers per Torrent: 50Num of UL Slots per Torrent: 5Enable scraping: OnDHT: OnSeeding tasks for have higher priority: OffIf anybody has any ideas, your help would be appreciated.Thanks,-FloatingRock Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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