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    Hello All
    first of all I wanna apologize for my English.
    so .. I'm need your supportive help guys plz
    the question is how can I disqualify certain country peer's IP in my torrent client?
    in advanced I wanna my Azureus (for ex.) to disqualify a range of IP for certain country depends on the last part of the domain or the ISP for example:
    proxy.something.net.FF
    if any peers I connect with using the .FF for its connection and I wanna prevent my client to connect with ... what I have to do .. if that possible for sure?
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    May I know why you would like to do that?
    I don't think there's a way to block it only if the torrent client had a firewall, lol.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionic View Post
    May I know why you would like to do that?
    I don't think there's a way to block it only if the torrent client had a firewall, lol.
    LOL I know that very strange request but really its related to my ISP requirement





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    Your in Syria? Lol, Salam Alaykum..
    Neways, I don't think your ISP can catch you easily, trust me. Even if, they won't bother much?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bionic View Post
    Your in Syria? Lol, Salam Alaykum..
    Neways, I don't think your ISP can catch you easily, trust me. Even if, they won't bother much?
    Marhaba man
    I think they are restrict a bit about that issue





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    The correct way to configure a bit-torrent client, such as bitcomet, is to configure your modem/router to forward (open) a listening port to receive inbound connections from other users client software and configuring your firewall to accept inbound connections through this port. I think you should disable it from your router, my guess.

    http://hubpages.com/hub/Torrent-Configurations

    I know this Torrent Client sucks but what to do:
    http://www.quartermeg.com/turbotorrent-review.htm
    *Ability to block IP temporarily or permanently.
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    @Bionic: he's not asking about how to be Connectable. he asked: how can he disqualify certain country peer's IP in his torrent client.

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    what about adding it to safepeer in Az

    or the ipfilter.dat in Utorrent

    I dont use safepeer/ipfilter/PG/Protowall though so i have not got a clue how you would go about adding them to it, but it may be possible.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Alien5 View Post
    @Bionic: he's not asking about how to be Connectable. he asked: how can he disqualify certain country peer's IP in his torrent client.
    "How to block certain IPs."
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    1st thing you have to have the range 2nd add it too a ipdate file reload it on utorrent and you will see the ip blocking

    or use peer guardian 2 and make you own blacklist ip
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