MrBiggens Posted March 1, 2010 Report Share Posted March 1, 2010 Hello all,ok, let's start from the beginning.I've always had Azureus/Vuze and have been downloading torrents on my laptop for 4+ years with absolutely no problems at all. Recently within the last month, I've started to join private trackers and since then I wasn't able to seed appropriately, even with public torrents. I thought it might have been Vuze, so hearing about how amazing utorrent is, I switched here. Then, the same problem still persisted. I always download at 1+mbs/s for every torrent I've downloaded with no problems whatsoever.I know its not my isp, because RoadRunner doesn't throttle nor disable seeding for p2p software. I know its something with my settings because when I went to a friends house, he's seeding at 1mbs/s and I still can't connect to anything to seed. I checked Ultima's guide, did everything it said, to no avail. So now imma post the troubleshooting info to see if maybe someone can help me more specifically, but I think I know the problem. When I do my speed optimization guide, it says [2010-03-01 09:19:16] Connection failed error: A request to send or receive data was disallowed because the socket is not connected and (when sending on a datagram socket using a sendto call) no address was supplied. (10057)My ports are open and forwarded.Light: Green checkPort checker: ports openSpeed guide: see above. I put the speed guide to test at 1mbit/s, 2mbit/s, and all speeds slower than those, even though my speed test shows 1.75mbs/snet.max_halfopen set to: 4OS: win xpSecurity software: Avast. I also realized I had Windows firewall disabled this whole time, and I re-enabled it (Didn't think it'd matter at this point since I know it wasn't the firewall that was blocking it.) I also made utorrent exceptions in the firewall as well for future use.Router: WRT54GLISP: RoadRunnerConnection: CableSpeed test: and that is with utorrent, and a few browser windows open. As you can see, speed is not an object.If I am missing any critical info, let me know. That is just what I saw from the troubleshooting guide.Thanks in advance to any help Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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