GotTorrent? Posted May 17, 2008 Report Share Posted May 17, 2008 Hi all!! This is my first post here, but I'm certainly not a n00b. I've been using utorrent with MUCH success for YEARS, and it is HANDS DOWN, NO DOUBT, my absolute favorite client! I can't believe this. I recently added the D-Link 1353 wireless-N (802.11n) Access Point, and it works AWESOME. Roaring speeds because both my laptop and the AP have the Atheros chipsets in them. My Atheros card is the AR5008X, and I can sling my Slingbox, download files, have IM clients and Skype open, and STILL run a speed test that comes back with over 10 (TEN) megs down. So it's obviously working. UPnP is enabled and the ports are all forwarded correctly. I have the green check mark and everything else. I checked the firewall settings, and even disabled it at one point!! Still...nothing...Average speed: 5kbps...yes, five kbps! :(The torrents no longer work with the router either, although it has not been touched at all!This is a TINY thing I'm overlooking, but I need help, because I checked both the obvious settings, as well as ones that are totally irrelevant out of sheer desperation!I should add that it acts like this with the SlingBox OFF, and ALL Internet-related apps CLOSED, so with ONLY utorrent (1.7.7) on, but it just will...not...budge!?!??!Is it something with 802.11n technology? I ran it at G only, same #$%^&*!Please help!!! Arghhhhhhhhhh! :( P.S. I have learned TONS worth of wireless-N related knowledge, so if anyone is tempted, please feel free to ask. I enjoy helping people. There is a lot that goes into getting it to run at 220-250Mbps, while located TWO floors down, and at the opposite end of the house!! Amazing range, which, besides the insane speeds, is the other big improvement of 802.11n!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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