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Old 2006-05-30, 22:47   Link #1
gmanr26
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uTorrent question

OK... I've been using bittorrent for quite sometime now... I usually use Azureus... but I recently switched my client over to utorrent because I like the scheduler option....

But I've noticed a huge dip in my dload speeds.... with Azureus I would get sometimes 80kb/s and higher dload speeds (at least 50kb/s) when dloading well seeded fansubs (like Jyu Oh Sei, or Black Lagoon)... not its dloading at best 5 kb/s ....

WTF????!!!! is there something i dont know.... some option i should change where it dloads better???

anyhelp here
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Old 2006-05-31, 00:42   Link #2
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Might check the download limit =P
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Old 2006-05-31, 02:14   Link #3
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did that and its now moved up to 8 kb/s ..... HOORAAHH!!! :'(
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Old 2006-05-31, 03:15   Link #4
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uTorrent does not currently have a NAT Traversal option and UPnP of the new version isn't working that good.

Check the connection light, if it's always yellow or red, you should port forward the port uTorrent uses for incoming connections.
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Old 2006-06-03, 22:49   Link #5
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If Azureus keeps on working for you, why switch from it? 'If it ain't broken, don't fix it.' Anyway, I think you'd have to forward your ports once more to serve uTorrent, otherwise, just don't use it. What works for you works for you - no need to change anything, is there?
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Old 2006-06-04, 19:16   Link #6
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How do you portforward on Utorrent

Also alot of people are switching since Azures is pretty much kills your ram once its on
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Old 2006-06-04, 19:49   Link #7
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Port forwarding isn't a torrent client thing, it's a router thing.

http://portforward.com
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Old 2006-06-05, 08:54   Link #8
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Well, I can't say anything about Azureus killing your RAM, because it does.
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Old 2006-06-05, 10:41   Link #9
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ohh they have it under u lol. but its the physic symbol =[

And yes Azures does kill your ram. But I would stick with Azures. It seems to get better speed
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Old 2006-06-05, 22:06   Link #10
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i consistantly have 150kb+ torrent speeds and i only use utorrent. so i don't think there is a client problem. i had similar speed back when i used azures.
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Old 2006-06-07, 03:17   Link #11
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never mind
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Old 2006-06-07, 03:26   Link #12
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You can always go back to BitComet or Azureus or BitTornado. I prefer BitComet or BitTornado.
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