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Thread: There is any way to connect all peers on utorrent?

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    When u upload a torrent u see on the connected peer something like this:

    150/123 means u only connect to 123 leechers from 150 that leech this torrent

    so there is any way to make the utorrent connect all of them??

    thanks

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    in short, no. YOU cant force connect with all of them because you don't control their connection settings. They may have no rool in the limitations they set to accept another from you (ie. client set to allow max 100 connections and they already have 100). You can help by increasing this number on your client. But by default, windows xp sp2 only allows 10 max half-open connections.

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    Ok thanks m8...

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    even worse, some peers are not connectable so u can nothing against this except wait till they themselves break into your utorrent.

    Left out

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    Quote Originally Posted by ibnahmed View Post
    even worse, some peers are not connectable so u can nothing against this except wait till they themselves break into your utorrent.
    good point. forgot to mention that

    You can look at most trackers stats and see that a significant portion are not connectible. This slows down the swarm for exactly this reason, only they can initiate a connection.

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    I must say its sucks!!!

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    You can sometimes get a better pool by doing forced announces. By default your client only tells other peers how much you have every 15 - 45 minutes.
    If you do a forced announce every once in a while between the auto announced it may pick up a few extra peers.

    Also being connectable yourself helps out with alot more connections as well. If your not connectable right off the bat you cannot connect to anyone else who is not connectble. On alot of trackers thats a rather large pool of users so making yourself connectable at least allows you to at least try and connect to every other user in the swarms.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melvinmeow View Post
    If your not connectable right off the bat you cannot connect to anyone else who is not connectble. On alot of trackers thats a rather large pool of users so making yourself connectable at least allows you to at least try and connect to every other user in the swarms.
    Not exactly accurate. Not connectible means that you can initiate connections with others, but they can't initiate a connection with you. So no one can connect to an unconnectable.

    Or did you mean that if you're not connectible, you can not be connected with another unconnectable?

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    >>> Or did you mean that if you're not connectible, you can not be connected with another unconnectable? <<<
    Exactly what I meant. Maybe I worded it wrong.

    Wall to wall nor forwarded = gets nothing
    router to router if neither has ports open/forwarded = gets nothing

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    Quote Originally Posted by Melvinmeow View Post
    >>> Or did you mean that if you're not connectible, you can not be connected with another unconnectable? <<<
    Exactly what I meant. Maybe I worded it wrong.

    Wall to wall nor forwarded = gets nothing
    router to router if neither has ports open/forwarded = gets nothing
    ahh,yes. Thanks for pointing that out

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