Tweaking Torrents and Peer to peer to make them faster.
January 17, 2007 6:49am CST
Torrent technology is used by a lot of people around the world to transfer large files. It may be a copyright issue but thats not part of my discussion here. I use torrents without much understanding about them. But even without understanding them i know some ways of tweaking them to attain higher download and upload performance. Remember, when using torrents we should always understand the following fact: "Uploading is the key to Downloading". Being selfish and blocking uploads to get more downloads is not going to help you. If someone uploads then someone else can download. Enjoy the internet. Its the only True DemoCrazy. To start this discussion let me tell everyone who is going to read this that i use Bitcomet and also used to use Azureus so i have not tried this with the other softwares but its a common concept and hence has to work. First download the following patcher: Lvlord's TCP/IP patcher - This is to remove the limitation of the number of outgoing connections allowed by Service Pack 2 www.lvlord.de/download.php?url=en/EvID4226Patch223d-en.zip) Then are you all ready.Then fasten your computer chair belts becoz we are moving to the highway. The next first thing to check is if you are behind a firewall or a router. If you are then you wont be able to connect to their network, duh. Anyways i wont talk about that becoz i donno much about that either. try google search for that info guys (n gals). The next step is to run the lvlord's patcher. Run the patcher and you'll enter a command prompt or a dos prompt or whatever you wanna call it