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MrTerrorist 2010-03-25 23:47

Can't upload or downlaod files
 
For some weird reason, my Utorrent 2.0 won't upload the files i downloaded before or download the new files, as according to Utorrent there are no Seeds or Peers available, despite the fact they are in the animesuki front page. I check "Trackers" on those files and they all say it's status is offline (timed out).

Can somebody help me with this problem since i want to watch the latest Kimi ni Todoke episode and share it and seed it. Thanks.

Blanchimont 2010-03-26 04:52

Try restarting router.

Do you have port forwarded? What color is the connection icon on the lower bar, should be green? Try changing port.

Try enabling encryption in the settings unless you already have it.

Any other applications using bandwidth running (like games etc)?

On a network with shared internet connection?

MrTerrorist 2010-03-28 02:35

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blanchimont (Post 2973701)
Try restarting router.

Do you have port forwarded? What color is the connection icon on the lower bar, should be green? Try changing port.

Try enabling encryption in the settings unless you already have it.

Any other applications using bandwidth running (like games etc)?

On a network with shared internet connection?

I already restarted/change & save wireless settings. And it's still the same.:(

BTW how do i port forwarded? PS, my router is actually a Linksys model.

Blanchimont 2010-03-28 05:15

I have A-Link, and that's a bit different router from Linksys, but here's a guide for Linksys I found.

Finalage 2010-04-21 20:31

Quote:

Originally Posted by Blanchimont (Post 2973701)
Try restarting router.

Do you have port forwarded? What color is the connection icon on the lower bar, should be green? Try changing port.

Try enabling encryption in the settings unless you already have it.

Any other applications using bandwidth running (like games etc)?

On a network with shared internet connection?

Typically, if you know the I.P Address for the Router, you can access it through the subnets. I think the default for a Linksys is 192.168.1.1? Also, if you have windows, you should have a program called : Broadcom Advanced Control Suite, or something like that, and that too, can let you access your router. I'd really suggest looking at the site that was given to you by Blanchimont, for that will be your main weapon, you can find your model by looking on the modem, but knowing Linksys, if it's of any decent age, it would have rubbed off, so use the Broadcom Control Suite if that has happened.
I can also link to this, which I'm not sure how useful it will be, but it's for opening ports on linksys.
Link.

Hope that helps you some.

MrTerrorist 2010-04-28 10:22

Never mind it's fixed. Turns out there was a problem with the ISP provider. But thanks 4 your help.

Finalage 2010-04-28 20:13

Gah, I'm glad you think so, but I felt kinda stupid after I checked up back on this topic on a different computer. My home one was too dark to see the dates on the posts. I thought I had posted on a dead topic after seeing them. ISP's can be a pain sometimes with their problems...

The more you know, the more annoying it is, for you can try more things to see if that is what's wrong, but if it is a problem with the ISP, then all your work is useless.

Cheers.


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