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    i want to know all sites have ssl connection

    and the beast program to use with this trackers


    beacuse my isp is limiteing my downloading speed after download 20 gig with bitorrent

    and some members told me to use trackers with ssl and use deluge beacuse it's encryption the connect and make me download with all the speed of my connection speed


    but deluge with revtt didn't get the max speed with ssl

    and u torrent also the speed is not alwy's stable


    any help here ?

  2. BitTorrent   -   #2
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    Are you using encryption on your bittorrent client and changing your port to something like 8213 or something that is not within the BT clients range? My ISP does fudge with BT bandwidth but I managed to max out my connection using the trick that I just explained.

    As for SSL sites off the top of my head. I know RevTT and ScT have SSL support.

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    yep make sure you turned on encrypyion in what ever client you use. UT works pretty good with wild-bytes and SSL.




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  4. BitTorrent   -   #4
    Quote Originally Posted by saulin View Post
    Are you using encryption on your bittorrent client and changing your port to something like 8213 or something that is not within the BT clients range? My ISP does fudge with BT bandwidth but I managed to max out my connection using the trick that I just explained.

    As for SSL sites off the top of my head. I know RevTT and ScT have SSL support.

    yes im encryption the client and the speed is not good with ssl

    only get with me 50 kb on torrent have 100 seed and 10 leech

    from revtt


    how did i do the port trick in u torrent

    how can i know the ports is not something that is not within the BT clients range

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    Use the port I posted. that's a good one. Go into the options of your client to change it. Make sure your encryption settings are correct.

  6. BitTorrent   -   #6
    Use a port over 30000 or something really random, but bittorrent standard ports are just a few anyway. You can change it in uTorrent Preferences under Connection.

  7. BitTorrent   -   #7
    ok

    but when i was using deluge it was use automatic port and some trackes was get massage ( banned port or client )

    in u torrent that will work or not with all trackers

    port will be over that 30000

    will work or get error with trackers

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    Here is a uTorrent guide you can follow Don

    http://www.bootstrike.com/Articles/BitTorrentGuide/

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