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  1. vinaypatel

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    Hi friends

    i am working as trainee

    i want to download one s/w but for that i have .torrent file

    suggest me one s/w that download my s/w and s/w should support n/w

    i mean in my company LAN is setup.

    we all are connected to server that is at suppose ip XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX

    and it require Username & password for internate Access so also explain how to configure torrent downloader
     
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    cannot qquite understand ur question...........

    if ur internet connection is working on ur comp then there is no need to configure ur torrent client.....(its like using internet explorer , no config it)

    also, use any client Bittornado, bittorrent etc etc... all work well........

    also many companies dont allow such torrents and other thigns......... so i dont think that ur torrwent will ever be able to connect until u ask special permission :)
     
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    but i get error that proxy authentication require HTTP407 Error

    how to solve that ??????????
     
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    reinstall...it..
     
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    i have done that from today morning 9:00 to 15:00 but till same error

    it giving same error ,so is there any setting or option plz tell
     
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    Your LAN is using a proxy server (most probably for port 80 only). Torrents wont work on port 80. And they need unrestricted access. Im 99% sure it wont work on your LAN (if u have just post 80 open).
     
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    Try to change your listening port (From options) to between 48000-50800. These are some ports that are open in some routers cause nobody uses them.
    But since ur having proxy problem, yes you're going to have a very small chance that it will work.

    Alternatively, you can choose some P2P softwares like Limewire or Imesh as well. :wink:
     
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    i think u should ask ur company lan admin............


    company;'s dont allow these things as they use bandwidth.............

    it is not permitted ........ ask ur lan admin he will help u
     
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    hey dude use p2p that will help you out, and it faster too.


    kalpik can you please tell me wat is port 80.
     
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    @kalpik

    I use BSNL Dataone Broadband 256kbps connection With D-Link 502T ADSL modem and experiencing the same problem. In Gnutella(Limewire) networks I almost always get 32-35 KBPs download speed but in case of Torrents(Azureus) I only get 5-6 KBPS and very occassionally 12-15 KBPS. Never getting green smily, shows "Firewall/NAT(TCP) reachability problem)". How can I fix it? Wether port forwarding will help?
     
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    P2P also wont work with just port 80 opened..

    @bholu: Port 80 is the HTTP port. Companies open just port 80 so that ppl can only open websites and nothing else..

    @nil_3: Yes port forwarding will help. Forward the port which Azureus listens to (default 6881).

    For port forwarding, type 192.168.1.1 in your browser and look for NAT/Port Forwarding/Virtual Servers..

    If any other help needed, post back..

    @vinaypatel: Sorry dude, nothing can be done about your problem!
     
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    i have run s/w for 1 hour but it shows 0 kbps upload ,0 kbps download

    and DHT error what can i do to start my download ??????????
     
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