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13 years 6 months ago #3782 by nizam
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Faster torrent speeds(Router-Client Config.)

Salam.......... tak tau sgt bab torent nih..sbb lama tak ikut..sblm kat Mesia top torent aku dah ikut dah..tp perkembangan cemana tak rape nak ikut laa.tapi ini ler yg dapat dan diakui tips nih mmg leh laaa..saper minat torent menorent nih bleh iku tps nih

1) Configure Port Forwarding

BitComet requires you to be able to receive incoming connections. If you're behind a NAT router (this does not apply to modems) but don't have port forwarding configured properly, incoming connections will be stopped by your router (won't reach your computer) and you'll end up with speeds of only a small percentage of what you're capable of getting. You need to configure port forwarding so your router knows that the incoming connections are for BitComet and will be allowed through (forwarded) to your computer.

An easy way to see if your port forwarding is configured properly or not is to see if you're receiving incoming connections to BitComet by doing the following test...

Start downloading a torrent that has lots of seeds/peers (like 100+), wait 5 minutes then look in the Peers section (bottom left of BitComet). Under the 'Initiation' column on the bottom pane, look to see if some peers are listed as Remote or if they're all Local. Make sure you scroll all the way down the list and look at all of them.

If you have a mix of Remote and Local, it's a sign that your port forwarding is configured properly already (probably done automatically via UPnP) -- so skip to the next section.

Note: It doesn't matter how many Remote/Local connections you have, all that matters is you have both.

If you only have Local initiated connections (and possibly also NAT Traversal connections) it means incoming connections are most probably being stopped by your router or firewall, so you need to configure port forwarding.

To configure port forwarding, open up BitComet and go to Options > Preferences.
Here you need to enter a single "Listen Port" to be used for BitComet. It's best to use a listen port between 49152 and 65534 because they're classed as "Dynamic and/or Private Ports" by IANA, so nothing else should be using them by default and they're not the standard ones blocked by ISPs or trackers, but you can enter any other port you wish. It's strongly recommended that you don't use any between 1-5000, 6881-6999 or any listed on this page to avoid compatability problems. Again, it's best to choose a number between 49152 and 65534.
Write down your Listen Port number before clicking OK to exit out of BitComet's preferences.

Next, in windows, click 'Start' then 'Run...'
Type 'cmd' and press enter.

You should now be at a command prompt, so type 'ipconfig' and press enter. It should show you something similar to this:

"IP Address" is your computers IP address that you need to forward the port to.

"Default Gateway" should be your routers internal IP address.

Write down both of these numbers and then you can close the command prompt window.

Now you have all the information required to configure port forwarding in your router. Hopefully you can find your router on this list and view step-by-step port forwarding instructions. For BSNL broadband users, the router will most likely be SMARTAX MT882. If you don't know the username and password for your router, check your user guide or see the default password list.

When configuring port forwarding in your router, you need to do the following...
Log in to your router by entering the "Default Gateway" (the number you wrote down earlier from the ipconfig) into your web browser.( 198.168.1.1)
Enter username & password as admin(default)
Go to NAT & enable NAT.

Then navigate to the section for Virtual Server and forward the "Listen Port" that you entered in BitComet's preferences to your computers "IP Address" for TCP & UDP. If it asks for a 'start port' and 'end port', enter your Listen Port in both. If it doesnt have an option for "TCP & UDP" together, first do port forwarding for TCP then repeat the process and choose UDP the second time.

After you've done that, restart BitComet and try the test for Remote connections again. If you set up port forwarding correctly you should now be getting some Remote connections -- along with greatly increased speeds.

2) Allow BitComet access through any firewalls

Windows XP SP2 Firewall

Whenever 'Listen Port' is mentioned, it refers to the Listen Port you have chosen here in BitComet:
Options > Preferences > "Listen Port"

Go to Start > Settings > Control Panel > Network and Internet Connections > Network Connections.

Right click the Local Area Connection and choose Properties (if there is more than one use the one that says Connected underneath). Then click the Advanced tab.

Click the Settings button and go to the "Exceptions" tab. Click the Add Program button. Select BitComet then click OK.
A Simiar process can be adopted for various other firewalls.

3) Increase the number of connections BitComet can use

By default, BitComet allows very few peer connections per task. Although this may give slower speeds when you first install BitComet, the stability is increased, which is probably the best way to release a software like this. After people have it installed an running stable, they can start to tinker.

A good deal of extra speed can usually be gained by simply increasing the following:

Options > Preferences > Advanced > Connection > "Maximum Connections per task"
Options > Preferences > Advanced > Connection > "Connections to keep per task"

Please note that more isn't always better and setting these values too high could give you slower speeds and/or make your modem/router disconnect. For example, some people will tell you to set the "Maximum Connections per task" to 1000... while it might work great for them, it could have a negative effect on your setup.

5) Select a Fast Tracker

Public trackers usually give poor speeds compared to Private trackers, but they have more content. Public trackers can be used by anyone and there are rarely any penalties towards those who choose not to upload, so they generally give slower speeds. Private trackers require (free) membership and members must maintain a certain download:upload ratio, so there are a lot more people uploading ('seeding') and downloads are much faster.

If you want faster download speeds, try using a private tracker that has a better seed to peer ratio (more people uploading).
Did i mention that you have to maintain a good upload ratio & even seed dead torrents to keep connection with the tracker. Or else, you're likely to be kicked outta there.
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13 years 6 months ago #3786 by lipasmati
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hmm,tenkiu2 pasal info ni...aku nak tau gak kalau kita sebagai user streamyx yang guna pakej 1Mbs brape paling laju d/l transfer boley dapat bila kita menorrent?

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13 years 6 months ago #3787 by mokh
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aku gune streamyx 1mb. speed paling tinggi aku penah dpt 25kBps gune bitcomet ni lah. xlaju langsung.xtau la nape. aku ade bace kat forum lain org lain bleh dpt smpai 50-70 kBps. seed aku sikit kot. aku dload onepiece. tp aku gune router. bru je apply yg nizam kasik tu.skrg ni xde bnde nk dload. nnti klo ade aku bgtau la brape speed bleh dpt.

anyway.thanks nizamB)

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13 years 6 months ago #3793 by nizam
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mmg laa.. ko baca ....Tapi yg ko baca tuh dari mana...

aku pun tgh carik gak macam ko tuh... tapi lain takder laa..melainkan proxy jer aku main-main .. hehehe.

senang labun laa kat cni..janjiiiii pc/laptp aku laju... tenet aku laju..dolot laju... upload ..klu bab upload bleh aku upload 100 program dalam masa tak sampai setengah hari.. tapi tuh lah..kat Fungkur web prlog nih aku kena carik yg program berkualiti..

almaklum lah sib baik satu user cam mokh jer dlm fung kalau 110 org cam klon mokh ...sesak astma + diabetes aku.. hehe
takder mokh guro-guro jer.

p/s aku kena carik yg berkualiti jerrrr... mokh takkan request jer.. sekali sekala belajau upload plak... cerr terai upload ko punyer laju tak..aku ada program upload laju ..lagi laju dari download..hahahha..guro sekali lagi..(tak pueh guro dgn mokh):cheer:

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13 years 6 months ago #3796 by delang
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erm aku guna streamyx pakej 512KB nye dan guna azureus disamping tutorial yang fungkur bagi..memang berkesan. baru ni aku donlod prison break dengan speed purata 50KB.ok la berpuas ati la...ari tu tanye fitriyazid,dia cakap dia donlod guna torrent bleh dapat 120KB dgn streamyx 1mb B)

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13 years 6 months ago #3797 by nizam
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Mmg lah ..bleh nak cecah sampai tahap macam tuh.

Aku syorkan kacau..jgn tak kacau org-org streamyx. Jgn terasa hati bila mender yg kita nak.... tak dapat.. Macam aku ..aku kacau jer.. kalau dia cara cakap acam tak puas ati dgn kita..selalunya diaoarang tak menengking tapi cara semacam memperlikan kan kita....katakan saya dah register streamyx dah 10 tahun atau lebih 5 tahun.. kalau mcm nih saya nak tamatkan khidmat streamyx laa.. ckp macam tuh. :P

p/s..bukan kes ugutan tapi sbg pengguna kita tahu sbg hak pengguna.

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13 years 6 months ago #3799 by lipasmati
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aku ade dengar crite yang TMNet nak kurangkan donlot speed bagi program P2P ni ha..entahlaa..aku nye purata speed 70kBs,x pnah lagi cecah lebih 100kB ha..hehe..

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13 years 6 months ago #3800 by fungkur
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bagi aku faktor utama laju torrent depend kat 4 bende

1. open port kepada sape2 yang pakai firewall dan router. kalu x bukak port, cam x bermakna je bertorrent tu. ramai yg komplen torrent ni lembap, tp sebenarnya ramai yg silap cara bertorrent. cara port forward x dapat nak di citer, sbb lain router lain cara forward port tu (open port) . cara terbaik, usha portforward.com/

2. jumlah seeders dan leechers (jumlah peers) sket sgt x bole la...

3. line internet yg korang pakai. kalu line mmg lembap, lembap jugak lah die. pastikan korang tau ape max connection korang

4.upload rate yg dah di optimize. pastikan tau baper max upstream line korang. kat client torrent plak set max upload 80% dari max upstream line korang.

yang lain2 tu kcik2 je kut, cam xde effect sgt...

<p>spit it out !</p>

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13 years 6 months ago #3802 by nizam
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How does Bittorent work?

BitTorrent is a free speech tool. (now majorly used for warez ;) )

BitTorrent gives you the same freedom to publish previously enjoyed by only a select few with special equipment and lots of money. (&quot;Freedom of the press is limited to those who own one&quot; -- journalist A.J. Liebling.)

You have something terrific to publish -- a large music or video file, software, a game or anything else that many people would like to have. But the more popular your file becomes, the more you are punished by soaring bandwidth costs. If your file becomes phenomenally successful and a flash crowd of hundreds or thousands try to get it at once, your server simply crashes and no one gets it.



There is a solution to this vicious cycle. BitTorrent, the result of over two years of intensive development, is a simple and free software product that addresses all of these problems.



The key to scaleable and robust distribution is cooperation. With BitTorrent, those who get your file tap into their upload capacity to give the file to others at the same time. Those that provide the most to others get the best treatment in return. (&quot;Give and ye shall receive!&quot;)

Cooperative distribution can grow almost without limit, because each new participant brings not only demand, but also supply. Instead of a vicious cycle, popularity creates a virtuous circle. And because each new participant brings new resources to the distribution, you get limitless scalability for a nearly fixed cost.

BitTorrent is not just a concept, but has an easy-to-use implementation capable of swarming downloads across unreliable networks. BitTorrent has been embraced by numerous publishers to distribute to millions of users.

How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

There sure is a lot of people that have adopted BitTorrent as the tool of choice to download movies and TV shows. However if you are using a network router you might be facing painstainkingly slow downloads (of around 10Kbps) because of a network configuration not properly set. Some think itâÃÃÆâÃ

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13 years 6 months ago #3817 by mokh
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nizam wrote:

almaklum lah sib baik satu user cam mokh jer dlm fung kalau 110 org cam klon mokh ...sesak astma + diabetes aku.. hehe
takder mokh guro-guro jer.

p/s aku kena carik yg berkualiti jerrrr... mokh takkan request jer.. sekali sekala belajau upload plak... cerr terai upload ko punyer laju tak..aku ada program upload laju ..lagi laju dari download..hahahha..guro sekali lagi..(tak pueh guro dgn mokh):cheer:



wah..hehehe.
klo aku upload kang sape nk request plak? hehehe. gurau lg.
ermm..nnti la aku upload. aku pun kene carik software berkualiti gak. huhuhu.
kang org xnak plak.

:P

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13 years 6 months ago #3827 by lipasmati
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Lojik ke ade router yang tapayah nak forward port?
Masa dulu aku pakai router Aztech, nak kena forward port die..nak temuntah gak nak kasik muka kartun dalam Azureus tuh jadik hijau..tapi skanga ku menggunakan D-link,tapayah nak forward port..dia directly muka katun tu jadik hijau..hehe :P

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13 years 6 months ago #3843 by mokh
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@lipas mati
logik je xpayah port forward aku rase..sebab sebelum ni aku dload torrent xyah port forward pun. aku gune linksys WRT54G. max speed penah dpt 25kB. tp orang kate tu pasal la xbleh pegi lg laju.

@All
ok sekarang ni aku dah buat port forward dan tgh dload onepiece 264. tp apesal speed die 2kB je? adehh..lg teruk ah cmni. seed/pear ade la dlm 44/60.
err cane nk tgk seed, peer dgn betul?) aku xtau..
aku dah cek kat bhgn 'initiation' tu..ade je local ngn remote.

tulun tulun..ape dah berlaku nih.huhuhu

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