If your downloads and uploads in BitComet are very slow, then this could well mean that the required ports are blocked. Detailed instructions on the forwarding steps, you can find in the previous section. I used the site » to check the ports. And I am correct in saying that your network setup is as follows? There are decent guides at that might be helpful to you. But i sure guess that there is a modem on the rooftop. I must have fallen asleep in Networking 101.
Before I assign a port to it I did a check to see if the port was visible and it said it was not. In the window that opens click in the Tasks Pane on the left on the Change Adapter Settings for Windows 7 or on Manage Network Connections for Vista. Once you have done that restart your bitcomet and the listen port should now turn green indicating that it is open and functioning properly. Then go to control panel and network connections. This way you will bypass the need to forward the listen port on that device and you'll be left with port-forwarding only on the other device just as if you would have a regular modem and a router.
I am just frustated as hell. I think it might be the router blocking it, but How would I change that if it even is that? Refer to the Related Links for some useful guides on how to do this. The router does not want to present an open, unshielded port to an unsuspecting device. What do you mean by it? So I figured out it was the port problem. Almost all the people use routers near my home and none of them face this issue except me.
It really depends on what type of modem or router you are using to open up ports. Once this is completed, run the installer to commence the installation process and then follow the on-screen prompts. Don't over complicate a simple problem. It's important for me since listening port gives me faster speed from what i notice i didnt setup my port forwarding, at all, but i still managed to get green light, but this happen very very very ocassionally. Is it because of it? It only takes one to block the port. Click the Exceptions tab and locate the BitComet services in the list of applications.
Format my pc and reinstall bitcomet or 2. Still unable to see any ports. What do you mean by it? In this case you would have to perform port-forwarding only on Router1. Follow the steps below to learn how. Yellow: Blocked An yellow light means BitComet successfully requested the probe, but did not detect it at your listen port. Once BitComet is working as it should, be careful not to download copyrighted material from the internet.
For those that don't know, QoS is a function on newer routers that helps to enable data stream priorities for different applications, games, or network devices. On the next page, skip the advertisement upper right corner and look for BitComet. If you're unsure whether or not you have a router or if your modem incorporates router functionality in it as well, please type up your brand and model number in Google, and search for it. Which I never understood -- if you do not want a process to talk to the net -- then dont run said exe ;. I have turned off Windows Vista firewall.
Enter your username and password to login to your router. Simply follow the instructions on that page - they are precise and correct. Whatever website you're downloading from, make sure that you have bitcomet and windows media player. Select the files or directories you want make a torren. Of course, all the rest of detailed info on forwarding from the previous section still apply.
Instead of Port Forwarding, if your router supports it, setup your router for Port Triggering. However there are a certain number of applications which need to use incoming connections as well in order to function properly, which means that the connection is being initiated by the other host computer, not by yours. In fact BitComet is one of the friendlier clients for users who are blocked by routers. Thanks once again that u have taken pain to help me. But sometimes, when this event occur: 1. We'll call this second device, Router2. I discovered this the hard way experimenting one day and had every game round I played in timeout.
Posted on Nov 21, 2010 Tell us more about your Internet setup. The cable modem is just a dumb bridge. I use Belkin n750 db router. Sorry for the late response, was just too caught up in work. I had exception enabled in Firewall for Bitcomet. Any help will be appriciated.