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Thrax said:ABC.DMZ or port forward ports 44000 - 45000. Set the ABC client to use those ports.
Thrax said:It's not duh. I've had to make those instructions brick-to-the-face clear on SM atleast a dozen times. People don't understand that ISPs are taking notice of BT-typical ports and throttling them.
mmonnin said:I dont know why you are doing it with FireFox anyway. All I did was tell ABC which ports and port forwarded those ports to my computer via the router. I didnt do anything with an Internet Browser.
TheGr81 said:I think the modem is the router... It plugs into the Linksys switch through the uplink port.Westll A90-210030-04Rev. GEDIT: A quick google search didn't help much...
TheSmJ said:I just started using ABC yesterday. It's the best BT Client I've used thus far (though I've only ever used Shadow's Expiremental, which is banned on most trackers, and the original client, which has no options what-so-ever.
Thrax said:ABC.DMZ or port forward ports 44000 - 45000. Set the ABC client to use those ports.Maximum uploads should be (Max upload bandwidth / 8).
Crypto said:Why would the trackers do that? What does it matter to them which client you use?Crypto :confused:
Bud said:I thought by default bt client uses normally in the high 6000's like 6999
Thrax said:It may be. BitTorrent is HELL on network devices.. It hammers TCP/IP traffic like the fist of an angry god; in so doing, it can crash PCs with shoddy network cards and reboot bad routers.
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