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Old 2004-10-20, 01:28   Link #1
gohan32
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SUNY torrent issues

SUNY stands for State University of New York.

I have discussed at length with variosu people why it's very difficult to use BitTorrent on the SUNY networks. It's not on network between the schools, it's at each SUNY school that this happens. We can hardly ever connect, and when we do it never goes faster than 4kb/s upload or download. I've tried the port forwarding and all that junk (I'm pretty sure i got it right). What do SUNY schools do that make using BitTorrent so hard?
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Old 2004-10-20, 12:01   Link #2
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The issue with using BT in school is that even if u set the ports on the individual computers it would be useless because the internet is shared in the SUNY network and if they choose to filter out some IPs and connections, you'll never get a green light.
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Old 2004-10-20, 22:55   Link #3
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I at Stonybrook and did some port scanning about a month ago, and yes, they are blocking. It's being block at the NOC level so there's nothing you can do about it.
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