jernobyl Posted June 25, 2008 Report Share Posted June 25, 2008 # EVERYTHING you've tried so far, including ANYTHING listed aboveI have done everything listed above before on this laptop - all I've done is change routers and change internet connections, as I've moved. I'm now with BT broadband (for my sins), and I have a Philips CGA5722 router. The uTorrent ports are open in the router GUI. I'm using a static IP of 192.168.2.138, and the resolving webpages works fine so I am connected. It's an ADSL connection.The speed checker says I get download of 1270kb/s downstream, and 190 kb/s upstream, with a latency of 186. At the moment the best download speed I can get, is 8 kb/s. The highest upload speed I can get is 1.5 kb/s.# Color of the network status light in µTorrent's status bar (at the bottom of the µTorrent main window)Green.# What the port checker from the Speed Guide writesGreen and OK, accepting connections.# What the Speed Guide shows your settings to be (press Ctrl+G in µTorrent)xx/192# What you have net.max_halfopen set to (Preferences > Advanced in µTorrent)4.# Operating system installed (Windows XP, 2000, ME, 98, 95, NT? Something else?)Vista# Security software installed (firewall, antivirus, antispyware, antiadware)McAfee, with the firewall set to allow full access to uTorrent. I should note that I haven't touched McAfee since the point when I was using that other DSL connection and everything was working perfectly, so surely this should be fine.# Exact router model(s), and exact modem modelPhilips CGA5722# ISP (Internet Service Provider) being usedBT Broadband# Connection type (DSL, cable, dial-up), and the results obtained from the speed test (when running the Speed Guide), for both download AND upload.As above, ADSL, and 1270 downstream, 190 upstream.I'm usually pretty good with these things but I can't work out for the life of me what's wrong. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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