MinskyBA Posted July 29, 2009 Report Share Posted July 29, 2009 I've looked through the forums, I've done my research, and I'm still at a loss.I can download a torrent just fine, and it'll upload fine while downloading. As soon as it's down downloading however, it'll promptly stop uploading. I'm seeding 5 torrents, every once in a while I'll see a 0.1kB up for a split second on one of them, that's it. Yes, there are people downloading (some of the torrents are CD's so I know people aren't just snatching small language packs from RS)The really odd part is that I had a friend download a torrent that I just created (so I'm the only one sharing it). He got a good connection and I could see it uploading, for maybe 10 or 20 seconds, then it died. He turned off uTorrent, then back on and got the same - he'll connect for a few seconds, then drop.I'm using a private tracker.Every setting is wide open.Windows 7 RC 64bit, firewall offPort: 61270 (forwarded with DD-WRT v24RC-3)UPnP enabledNAT-PNP enabledMaximum upload rate: 38527 (maxed to be certain)Alternate upload rate when not downloading: 99999999Global maximum number of connections: 57599 (maxed)Maximum number of connected peers per torrent: 57599 (maxed)Number of upload slots per torrent: 34463 (maxed)Use additional upload slots if upload speed < 90% enabledDHT disabledMaximum number of active torrents: 34463 (max)Maximum number of active downloads 10000Seed while ratio is <= 999999% or seeding time is <=28417210 (max)Seeding tasks have higher priority than downloading tasksWhen uTorrent reaches the seeding goal limit upload rate to: 99999999net.max_halfopen: 8I've maxed out settings to be sure they weren't interfering. I've confirmed the port is open externally and forwarding correctly.When I start uTorrent I get the yellow 'yield'-like light at the bottom, but then it turns into the green circle in a min or two.My connection is a bit awkward, but I'm pretty sure it's not interfering. Since I have FiOS, I have to use their router, so I've got the DSL line coming in from the junction box to the modem. The modem connects to the Verizon router which connects to my Linksys (DD-WRT). The linksys is DMZ from the Verizon router, so it's not blocking anything. The Verizon router LAN is 192.168.1.1, the WAN port on the linksys is 192.168.1.2, and my internal network is 172.16.1.x. I have "new downloads" and "completed downloads" in separate folders, could that be the problem?Is there a setting somewhere I'm overlooking? Can I glue hard back onto my head?Someone please help! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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