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I am using version 3.0. After updating from 2.2.1, thinking it would help.

Anyway, my torrents won't seed. I have port forwarding setup, I checked using the utorrent feature and also another website to confirm. My internal IP is correct in my router. I am using DD-WRT firmware with my linksys wtr router. I turned windows firewall OFF and running utorrent as administrator.

Error logging:

[2011-09-27 22:03:25] 195.241.181.xxx45682(torrent name): Connecting: source: T

[2011-09-27 22:03:27] 67.52.125.xx:12751 [uTP](torrent name): [µTorrent/ (0.0)]: Encrypted handshake completed

[2011-09-27 22:03:27] Extension: ipv4:[67.52.125.xx] for 'torrent name'

[2011-09-27 22:03:27] 67.52.125.xx:12751 [uTP](torrent name): [µTorrent 2.2.1 (14.0)]: Disconnect: Not downloading

[2011-09-27 22:03:41] 68.1.169.xxx:44087(torrent name): [libTorrent/ (0.0)]: Encrypted handshake completed

[2011-09-27 22:03:41] 68.1.169.xxx:44087(torrent name): [libTorrent 0.12.6 (100.0)]: Disconnect: Is seed

I don't know what else to do here.

(added x's in IPs to protect privacy)

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What I'd like someone to explain to me is the use of the windows where you drop files for uploading. Suppose you were going to upload a file to a site. They want you to create a .torrent file and upload it, which µTorrent has been able to do as far back as I can remember. Afterwards, just follow the steps we're all familiar with. Simply dropping the file to the box doesn't do anything, at least not as far as I know. :/

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This is constant... over multiple IPs. That just happens to be a peer I caught that keeps connecting and downloading a kb or so then disconnecting again. Many others connect to me but keep disconnecting. That icon on the bottom right of my window keeps changing from a green check to another image saying there may be a problem.

I can't think of anything else I can do. I turned my firewall off and have the port forwarded. I checked the port using utorrent and an outside source from another website. If I am missing something... please let me know. All my torrents do this.. not just this one.

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