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    I am a relatively new bit torrent user and not quite familiar with the nitty-gritty’s of advanced settings on my DSL modem or on my client. I have heard that using port forwarding can optimize my allocated bandwidth and help me stay connected to the trackers…
    Absolutely no idea what that means…
    Please let me know if that is indeed useful….

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    Yes, port forwarding optimizes your bandwidth...

    But it's only necessary if you're connecting through a wireless router.

    Last edited by fstrulz; 08-08-2007 at 04:39 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by fstrulz View Post
    Yes, port forwarding optimizes your bandwidth to its maximum speed...

    But it's only necessary if you're connecting through a router.

    dsl modem requires it too

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    thanks for the advise...

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