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Teresina
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What is wrong with my bitcomet? It's only downloading around 25 kB/s. Before it was like 100 kB/s.

Default tracker optimization rules file loaded.

IP rules file: ipfilter.dat loaded, 0 entries.

Start Listening at TCP Port:14420

Start Listening at UDP Port:14420

BitComet 0.70 is running on:

CPU : Intel® Pentium® 4 CPU 2.80GHz 2793 MHz

RAM size : 253.98 MB

OS Version: Microsoft Windows XP Home Edition Service Pack 2 (Build 2600)

Windows XP WF Status: TCP Port is opened in Windows Firewall.

Windows XP WF Status: UDP Port is opened in Windows Firewall.

Update Local IP: 201.x.x.x

Windows XP ICS Status: cannot find working ICS.

Windows XP UPnP Status: Found WANConnectionDevice:1 [Conexant, Inc.] [http://192.168.1.1/www.conexant.com]

Windows XP UPnP Status: Found Service: urn:schemas-upnp-org:service:WANDSLLinkConfig:1

Windows XP UPnP Status: Error occur when Adding TCP Port Mapping!

Windows XP UPnP Status: Error occur when Adding UDP Port Mapping!

Windows XP UPnP Status: Found Service: WANIPConnection

Windows XP UPnP Status: Error occur when Adding TCP Port Mapping!

Windows XP UPnP Status: Error occur when Adding UDP Port Mapping!

UDP tracker report: WAN IP = 201.x.x.x

Thanks in advanced!!!!

Mod Edit: Removed IP address info

Edited by bitdave (see edit history)
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Tell a little more (but not your IP).

Well... lol.. sorry for posting the IP, anyways. We recently (yesterday) changed our modem. Gosh, I actually don't know that much about those things here ('cause I am not in my homecountry), so I didn't quiete get what kind of a connection it is. DSL. Yeah. What do you need to know to help me?

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It doesn't matter, Teresina. Just wrote it to help you a little. Well, now to the point.

What kind of connection do you have. Open the BitComet window and click "peers". Are they mixed "local" and "remote"? Probably not, since you wrote that you've a new modem.

You have to forward your listening port. Study at your new modem manual to do that.

Petch01

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No, this is good. You need a mixture of local and remote connections. It also tells that your modem/router has port forwarding set.

Listening port settings can be found on the first page of "preferences".

Try to go back to the beginning and read the information in this link

http://forums.bitcomet.com/index.php?showtopic=533

Good luck.

Petch01

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If you have remote peers, you don't need to change your settings or worry about port-forwarding (whose object is to get those selfsame remote connections.)

Torrent speed is heavily dependent on the composition of the swarm. Lots of peers, lots of seeders = fast speeds. Few peers, few seeders = slow speeds. That's not under your control.

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