1. This site uses cookies. By continuing to use this site, you are agreeing to our use of cookies. Learn More.

Bit Torrent Help

Discussion in 'General' started by gpstar748, Mar 9, 2009.

  1. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

    Ok im trying to be a good member of racing-underground.com

    I download torrents but when using Bit Torrent they dont download. Do you guys use Bit Torrent for racing-underground.com or some other torrent program?

    There is an error notification at the bottom of Bit Torrent that says my port or network isnt configured properly but im not too sure i understand what is wrong
  2. beechkingd

    beechkingd Well-Known Member

    I use utorrent but I'm sure the one your using works. You have to manually configure the port in your router. Follow the instructions here. http://www.portforward.com/ Mine worked with Utorrent without doing the port forwarding but it didn't register on RU so I had to make the entry in my router.
  3. Knarf Legna

    Knarf Legna I am not Gary Hoover

    That's priceless, in a pirate sort of context. :D
  4. HPPT

    HPPT !!!

  5. Cannoli

    Cannoli Typical Uccio

    no one likes an unethical thief... :D

    I use uTorrent... haven't had any issues
  6. Six3SixGal

    Six3SixGal Official WERA Cat Lady

  7. gpstar748

    gpstar748 Well-Known Member

  8. OldSlowGuy

    OldSlowGuy Unregistered User

    I had some issues seeding with BitTorrent. uTorrent has been much easier to configure.
  9. streetfight3r

    streetfight3r Well-Known Member

    Use uTorrent. Then, if you have a firewall on your router and or PC, you have to open that a specific port on both. Have the router open some random high port(like 15,xxx), forward that port to your computer(via your local IP) and make sure that uTorrent uploads on that port.
  10. jaybirdka

    jaybirdka Well-Known Member

    No problems with utorrent. There's a link to the utorrent website at the bottom of the racing-underground website.
  11. falcon2081

    falcon2081 Active Member

    Yup use Utorrent. You will have to manually open the port unless you have custom firmware on your router then you won't have to do anything as the firmware will automatically open the port requested by the bittorent program.
  12. JamesG

    JamesG Architeuthis dux

  13. JimmyOOOOO

    JimmyOOOOO pin it.

    +1 for utorrent ... no router config needed (netgear)

Share This Page