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is this throttling by my ISP?

Discussion in 'Torrents' started by ineedmoney1, Feb 20, 2010.

  1. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    when i get some good speeds going with utorrent, i loose connection, then i simply unplugg my router and plug it back in and problem solved for the next 5 minutes. Do i need a faster more capable router is my ISP causing this problem?
    comcast and a linksys wrt54g
     
  2. oxonbeef

    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    Forward your ports.
    Code:
    http://portforward.com/
     
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  3. ineedmoney1

    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    not sure what port forwarding does? you think it will help?
     
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    oxonbeef BANNED BANNED

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    No I just thought I would make a pointless reply.
    Code:
    https://www.utorrent.com/documentation/connection-setup
     
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    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    port forwarded with pfconfig and no luck same shit keeps happening.
     
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    ineedmoney1 Power Member

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    i think it's my wireless router. i have no problems when i connect to my router via Ethernet cable. only when i connect via wifi.
     
  7. wipeout777

    wipeout777 Registered Member

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    comcast just won there case with the FCC allowing them to throtal torrent traffic. I would guess that the rest of the big ISP's are following suit.