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Old 02-29-2008, 03:07 PM   #11
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www.portforward.com
do some port forwarding, find some good seeded torrents, use utorrent to dl them and everyones happy
legal torrents only of course
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Old 02-29-2008, 03:30 PM   #12
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www.portforward.com
do some port forwarding, find some good seeded torrents, use utorrent to dl them and everyones happy
legal torrents only of course
But of course
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Old 02-29-2008, 05:29 PM   #13
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asureus seems to be the fastest bit torrent client that i have found. none of the others seem to work as well in my opinion
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Old 02-29-2008, 05:42 PM   #14
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I actually think uTorrent is the best.
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I use utorrent, simple easy to use interface.

Didnt someone here make a really good guide to torrenting some time ago?
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That was me, but it got deleted...
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I use utorrent, simple easy to use interface.

Didnt someone here make a really good guide to torrenting some time ago?
I would use that but I can not for the life of me port forward my 3com router, Ive followed the all the steps from the port forward site that Dude_se has put up several times before but my router just wont have it so I use Bitcomet instead.
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some routers / isps are a pain to download torrents with. luckily i find BT is pretty good
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some routers / isps are a pain to download torrents with. luckily i find BT is pretty good
I just tried to forward my router again 5mins ago, did everything right set it up to the port Utorrent wanted then clicked test port and its still coming up the port is not open, well it is ,I have my static IP set up, the port in virtual server in the router is done, I turned off peerguardan, its not that so I'm at a loss I'm giving up and sticking to bitcomet.
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I actually think uTorrent is the best.
No,UTorrent IS The BEst My ISP Are pretty fast aswell
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