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    Default What ports should i open for utorrent?

    Hey guys i am getting really crummy speeds on utorrent. Can someone tell me what ports do i need to open for the fastest speeds?. Right now my speeds are very low 10mbps. But when unhook my router and go direct to modem alot faster so I have some ports i need to forward to please recommend me some ports.

    im uploading at 100kbps.. no dl ahh!!
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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    try 30770
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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    The default port in uTorrent is 32459, but it is suggested to use a random port by default, on first startup.

    Here is a good forum about utorrent;

    http://forum.utorrent.com/viewtopic.php?pid=220320





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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    45682 works for me
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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    Any port works in microtorrent as long as you do the forward/trigger properly in your modem/router. I have 89555 on mine and download with over 700 linux Distros.

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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    i think the tracker is just bad atm. Ill try different ports out though and see how it goes Thank!
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    Default Re: What ports should i open for utorrent?

    Here's a video showing what you can do in utorrent to speed up your downloads. It had moderate effects when I did that.
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