Originally Posted by wsigo
do you even know who you're talking to? it's cool though, i forgive you. just so you know, little one, i happen to be one of those people who goes to work wearing a uniform every day, fighting for YOUR freedom. so cut me some slack aight?
hahhaha, seriously, I don't mean to offend you but you do make me laugh.
1st underlined part: You think you are better than someone else? If so, I'm sorry to disappoint you.
2nd part: Actually he isn't even in the USA. Secondly, I see you posting in a computer forum instead of fighting for freedom. Now you might have been in a war, in a war where you fight for your freedom? I highly doubt it.
And even if you would be a great person etc etc doesn't make it right to steal.
and now about port forwarding. Find out the port that bitcomet is using (I think you can manually change this in the options) and then make sure that your router isn't blocking that port. To access the router you need the ip. It should be somewhere in the routers manual, usually it's something like 192.168.0.1 Then just open that ip with your browser. Then find stuff about the firewall and open the port(s) that bittorrent is using.
Also, if you download more than 1 torrent at a time does the total download speed stay the same?
ohh, and remember that 2176 kb/s is about 272 kB/s. (8 bits in 1 byte)