jin187 Posted September 9, 2010 Report Share Posted September 9, 2010 I'm running µTorrent on a PC with two internet connections. µTorrent is forced to run through one connection, and the default gateway for all other traffic is set to the other connection. The one I use for http has the port I use for µTorrent closed. With that being the case, the built in test µTorrent uses to see if it is connectible fails, unless I set the connection µTorrent uses as the default gateway for http traffic.What I'm wondering is if µTorrent modifies its behavior based on what it finds when it tries to ping this site. µTorrent says the port is not forwarded because it is checking the port on the wrong connection. If I lock down the default gateway completely so no traffic can go through, the icon actually turns red. I have no idea what the consequences of that could be. If µTorrent thinks it's not connectible, but really is, will it flag itself as such and not attempt or accept connections from peers, or will it send out some kind of flag causing other peers to not even attempt a connection? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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