!! How to become connectable (fun, fast & easy guide) !!, page 3

slash ProDanceCulture on February 24th, 2016 / post 69206
mikeceder wrote:
MORE INFO ABOUT HOW TO BECOMING CONNECTABLE
FOLLOW THIS ADVICE, PLEASE:

Hi guys,
After I read all posts in this forum and tweaked and tested to forward my ports for connection, I realized that my sets are not connectable in BitTorrent I came up with the idea to experiment a little bit more without changing ports and stuff. Well, I started to stop all the torrent I share in Bit Torrent and than I started them all again. AND GUESS WHAT? When the torrent started again they show that they are connectable.

WHAHW I could not read this anywhere and I thought I can share this with you for the for reason to come up with your ration!

SO MY ADVICE TO YOU:
TO BE ABLE TO SEE YOUR TORRENTS CONNECTABLE YOU HAVE TO STOP THEM IN YOUR TRACKER AND THAN START THEM ALL AGAIN. YOU WILL SEE AFTER A FEW SECONDS ALL CONNECTABLE AND I GUESS THIS IS THE SOLUTION WITH THE PROBLEM. I HOPE YOU SOLVE THIS PROBLEM AND SHARE THEM ALL TO THE WORLD.


there's no need to use all caps for this. it is the first thing anyone should do - stop and start torrents. if you read my initial post - you will see it in one of the points i make.
pseudokraftstarlightning tribalmixr on April 9th, 2016 / post 69367
hello,

my provider give me IPv6. what can i do for CONNECTABLE sharings? all ports cloused, and i can`t open it on the router
NO Portforwarding anymore

who can help me?
fixilubestarlightning Power User on May 24th, 2016 / post 69557
i changed the router while ago and went well ..and i managed to do uploads..but now..nothing
just force start..
progressive
gianni.nadadetubiznes user on November 23rd, 2016 / post 70277
Thank You
djNekoSensei user on August 23rd, 2017 / post 71368
Anyone available to walk me through the processs on a wifi connection?
daxigualightning big watermelon on August 23rd, 2017 / post 71369
need to login to the router/wifirouter and forward/open a port the same as the torrenting software is set to.

Need more information, such as the router brand and model, type of connection, operating system and the torrenting software.

daxigua
djNekoSensei user on August 30th, 2017 / post 71398
Router is an NG510.

Connection is WiFi.

Have tried both Vuze/Azeurus and microTorrent

System is Windows 10.
daxigualightning big watermelon on August 31st, 2017 / post 71399
Please refer to the port forwarding information here:

https://forums.att.com/t5/AT-T-Internet-Equipment/UVerse-Motorola-NVG510-Router-Port-Forwarding/td-p/2933749

Others on TM use Vuze and Azeurus so you should be able to get it working.

Login to the router, and forward one 'incoming port' Motorola use the term 'Base Host Port'

use 'both' [TCP and UDP]

high ports are supposedly better, example port 63225

Ensure the torrent client is set to the same outgoing port number.
incoming can be set to random port

Check Windows firewall settings, sorry I dont know much about those, but you can google to find answers or maybe someone else will know here.
daxigualightning big watermelon on August 31st, 2017 / post 71400
there is more information about windows setup at that same URL

also note the special step where you must go back to find the *

good luck!
you cannot post in this forum.
click here to to create a user account to participate in our forum.