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Utorrent download speed very slow

Utorrent download speed very slow

 




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utorrent download speed very slow

Note Important You Must Keep in Mind that You cannot Increase Your Internet Speed beyond the Bandwidth Provided by Your Internet Service Provider though it has increased speed For users having no Limitation on their Bandwidth. Mine is 200 as i never have close to 200 active torrents in my list, but i want all of them to be online even if they're inactive. I want to know that my data is not corrupted.


utorrent download speed very slow

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Hello, I won't go into much detail why, but I recently switched torrent clients from utorrent to qbittorrent, ahem.. One thing I miss from uttorrent is the automatic configurator based on my internet speed. I'm having the hardest time configuring qBittorrent so it could take full advantage of my internet, it's quite decent. My priority is upload and since I started using qbittorrent it hasn't been the same. Download speed is also a bit slower than it used to, but I hope that this all comes down to settings. At the moment I have around 50 torrents seeding, but only few of them are uploading at any given time and and those who are uploading do it at very slow speeds. Could you please help me with settings? If your router supports UPNP and if its enabled you can keep this setting enabled within qBittorrent for auto port forward. This way you don't need to open it yourself. Or you disable it within qBittorrent and manually open the needed port. You can leave both DHT and uTP enabled. Thanks for replying, In my case there is no modem, I got a cable straight to my pc. I just looked at my firewall settings and noticed that there were pre-made qbittorrent settings for inbound traffic, but not for outbound traffic, so I created 2 new outbound rules for qbittorrent one for TCP and other one for UDP. I wonder why this was not created by qbittorrent by default? By status indicator do you mean the green circle with cable, at the bottom center of qbittorrent? If so, it's still green. So far it doesn't seem that there are any changes in upload speeds. What about these settings I'm not sure how to configure these either : Global maximum connection Maximum number of connections per torrent Global maximum number of upload slots Maximum number of upload slots per torrent Should I enable these settings: Enable bandwidth management uTP Use a different port for DHT and bittorrent Neither do we, until you tell us how you intend to, or do already, use your client and your actual connection speeds. I intend to maximize my upload speed which is very low at the moment, as regarding these setting, I have them like this: Global maximum connection - 500 Maximum number of connections per torrent - 100 Global maximum number of upload slots - 8 Maximum number of upload slots per torrent - 4 Bottom line is that I would like to improve my upload speed in qbittorrent. Also with utorrent I had tens of torrents being uploaded simultaneously, while with qbittorrent I have seen a maximum of 5 simultaneous uploads. The only change I had is torrent software. And that is the reason why I'm getting on your nerves , because I think that there is probably something wrong with my settings, and I want to get them right in order to optimize mu upload speeds. Okay so you are using the default setting. What kind of loads do you run your client at and what is the measured speed of your connection, use speedtest. Actually, I don't think anything of the sort. Also: No, no what gets on my nerves more than anything, is having to spend several days squeezing every last tiny little bit of information out of people who are asking for help. Give us the information that we need and we will probably diagnose the issue in one or two posts. If you don't really know what we may need, you have two options: One: Tell us EVERYTHING from the client version right down to the colur of your socks! OR Two: Ask us what we would like to know BEFORE expecting any of us to fix the problem INSTANTLY. A mechanic cannot fix your car without seeing it, we can't fix your settings until we know as much about the problem as possible. Fibre optic cable goes into the box, and standard internet cable goes into my PC I'm sorry, I'm not too familiar with Internet terminology , I could post a pic if needed. But I don't think that matters much, because my internet is working just fine, I'm just not too happy with those darn settings. So, qbittorrent uses different measurement system than utorrent? I would gladly provide all the information you need. My internet speed is: Download: 106. Then you start to monitor and test with varying jobs ang juggle around with the connection. You don't say whether it is a shared machine also used for browsing, email etc. You may need to disable IPv6 but that also depends on the OS. Set uTP on and rate limit uTP on, again this is something else you need to determine depending on your use case I've never enforced any upload on download restrictions. May I ask why are you suggesting such little speeds? Maybe I told something wrong about my speed before, I was referring to Megabits in my previous post but here is a link with my speed results in Kilobytes - At the moment I have 50 torrents all of them are finished , but most of them are inactive no upload. I download something from time to time, but usually torrents are finished and ready for upload, on average I would say I have around 30-40 torrents in my program. I am the only user of this particular PC, torrent application usually runs in background while the computer is on. I can test freely. I have yet to experience a situation where I would need to limit download or upload speed. And if situation like this would occur, I would just quit torrent application for the time being. I'm probably not a power user, but I do know my way around PC and windows I'm using windows 7 64bit version. I'm just not too familiar with torrent settings. Expecting that you're router settings etc. I'd set something like. Max global connections: 250 Max per torrent: 50 Global max upload slots, mine is deactivated. Mine is 200 as i never have close to 200 active torrents in my list, but i want all of them to be online even if they're inactive. And then monitor if things are running smoothly.

utorrent download speed very slow

I'm having the hardest time configuring qBittorrent so it could take full advantage of my internet, it's quite decent. I leave this unchecked because I have a router. I tried using a peerblocker. This is very between. In this article we have compiled the most popular problems, which cause slow speed files downloading. Use a VPN but, check to see what the rules are regarding using the school's internet. All they have to do is track the communication port range or protocol type and ring packet headers.

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