wldcat2 Posted October 15, 2005 Report Share Posted October 15, 2005 Just want to make sure I understand this correctly. When I used ABC I had to forward a range of ports. But with uTorrent (1.1.4) I only have to allow 1 port? For instance, right now I have the port for incoming connections set to 49155 so in my router (Linksys WRT 54G) I have port 49155 set to forward to the IP of that computer. I also have the box checked (in uTorrent) that says to enable UPnP port mapping, however, I don't really know what that does.The reason I ask is because the speeds seemed to be a little slower than I expected, and slower than I get with ABC. I would usually get around 1 MB/s with ABC but I'm only getting 112 kB/s right now. Also when I open a cmd prompt and do a netstat I'm seeing active TCP connections in the port range of 2120-2179. So how do I account for this in my router?Thanks for your help.Karl Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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