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What do the UID 'flags' mean? [SOLVED]


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OK...I found it in the uTorrent Documentation here online:

Flags displays various letters, each carrying a special meaning about the state of the


?: your client unchoked the peer but the peer is not interested

* D: currently downloading from the peer (interested and not choked)

d: your client wants to download, but peer doesn't want to send (interested and choked)

* E: peer is using Protocol Encryption (all traffic)

e: peer is using Protocol Encryption (handshake)

F: peer was involved in a hashfailed piece (not necessarily a bad peer, just involved)

H: peer was obtained through DHT

h: peer connection established via UDP hole-punching

I: peer established an incoming connection

K: peer unchoked your client, but your client is not interested

L: peer has been or discovered via Local Peer Discovery

O: optimistic unchoke

P: peer is communicating and transporting data over uTP

S: peer is snubbed

* U: currently uploading to the peer (interested and not choked)

u: the peer wants your client to upload, but your client doesn't want to (interested and choked)

* X: peer was included in peer lists obtained through Peer Exchange (PEX)

Thanks y'all

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