mspicer Posted May 9, 2008 Report Share Posted May 9, 2008 Hello,I am using Bittorrent 6.0.3. When I attempt to download torrents, all internet traffic slows drastically, even on other computers, so I assume the torrent downloads are slowing my router. I have a Netopia 3347nwg-006, provided by Bellsouth. The more torrents I download, the slower my network becomes. I have tried the following:Try disabling IP resolving in the Peers tab's context menu -Not sure where to find this!Try disabling DHT (Can be found in Preferences > BitTorrent) - DoneTry disabling UPnP and NAT-PMP (Can be found in Preferences > Connection) - DoneTry disabling peer.resolve_country if it isn't already set to false (Can be found in Preferences > Advanced) - DoneTry lowering maximum global number of connections to 200? 100? 50? Lower? (Can be found in Preferences > BitTorrent) Lowered to 50Try lowering net.max_halfopen to 4 or lower (Can be found in Preferences > Advanced) - DoneTry patching TCPIP.sys (Windows XP w/ SP2, Windows 2003 w/ SP1, or newer)? Windows Vista users can try this out, but no guarantees are made. Users not on Windows XP w/ SP2, Windows 2003 w/ SP1, Windows Vista, or newer can skip this step. - Didn't try this , too many steps!Connect your computer directly to the modem to make sure the problem is not caused by the router - Not sure what this is, but I can connect to my router.Restart your computer, modem, and router after performing any of the above - DoneI have max upload rate set to 45 (85% of max) and max download rate 706 (95% of max)Thanks in advance for any help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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