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Jeffery

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  1. Hmmm. That's not what I asked. I just want to know, if my BitComet's listening port is blocked, in which I can't be a server. How badly my download/upload speed will decrease ? Because in the Wiki of BitComet, it mentions that it will hugely impact the download speed. I just want to know how and why in a technical perspective. But I' think I've found the answer somewhere else. So thank you for replying :).
  2. Quoted from the wiki of BitComet: http://wiki.bitcomet.com/add_port_mapping_in_nat_router http://wiki.bitcomet.com/bitcomet_status_bar http://wiki.bitcomet.com/bitcomet_options E.g. I can't not configure the outermost firewall, so the listening port used by BitComet is blocked, thus I can only be a client not a host. But how would it greatly slow down the download speed? I can still connect to all the other peers who can be a host as a client. Is it merely because I would lose those client peer connections if I can be a host? I am a programmer and interested in this problem. A technical explanation is ok and appreciated. Because now my ISP does not allow me to configure the outermost firewall, so if this affects the speed hugely, I would consider to choose another ISP who can give me a "real public ip"( I can configure the outermost firewall ).
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