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µTorrent says it's my router settings

Discussion in 'Cisco/Linksys Wireless Routers' started by w8lifter21, Aug 2, 2006.

  1. w8lifter21

    w8lifter21 LI Guru Member

    I tried using µTorrent a few days ago. Worked fine for a bit, but then the downloading stopped. The little orange triangle at the bottom of µTorrent, when I put my mouse over it it says "No incoming connections. Unless the icon turns green it could indicate a problem with your network configuration". I have my firewall turned off and temp. internet files cleared, possible solutions I found in other threads, but still no luck, nothing happens. I changed some settings that user lwf- posted in THIS thread. The settings were:

    Global number of connections: 1024
    Max number of connected peers per torrent: 128
    Number of upload slots per torrent: 28

    With these settings µTorrent has started to download again for a short time, then trickles to a stop after about 5 min.
    I just exited and then opened utorrent again and this is where i'm at.(If it helps)
    1. DHT:243 nodes
    2. D: 11.8 kB/s
    3. U: [92K] 42.7 kB/s

    Now while I was just typing that, the orange triangle has changed to a red circle and it now says "Not connectable. A firewall/router is limiting network traffic. You need to open a port so that others can connect to you". But now it's downloading faster than when it was an orange triangle. Number 2 has shot up to 52.7ish kB/s.....i'm really confused:confused:
  2. Dipsomaniac

    Dipsomaniac Guest

    What version router is it? Plus, do you know if your ISP is throttling BT connections?
  3. Thibor

    Thibor Super Moderator Staff Member Member

    it will be orange because you haven't forwarded the required port in your router to your pc's ip address. is the required page
  4. Esquire

    Esquire Mesquire Staff Member Member

    Try using preset µTorrent connection settings using Speed Guide: Options > Speed Guide. Note the connection type in Speed Guide refers to broadband upload bandwidth.

    Not all settings are not universally applicable - it may work for one person but may not work for you.

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