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i ran the network status test and it failed at two points ​ "testing tcp port 46457 inbound" report says "test failed: NAT test failed: connection timed out (71.180.188.115:46457)". but it is not a big deal if your ratio is ok.  So if you are not uploading as much as you would like (or enough to keep a healthy ratio) The common locations of firewalls in a typical home network are (but are not limited) to: 1) The software firewall on your home computer 2) The hardware firewall on your after-market bac512 0 178 07-21-2016, 05:38 PM Last Post: bac512 Mass tracker URL change? useful reference

You can always test that downloading is working by grabbing a torrent such as  http://download.documentfoundation.org/l...si.torrent If this fails then try running the network status test from the Help menu   Find i have 0 peers, 0 seeds and nothing happens. so does that mean something's wrong with vuze?     Find Reply GaryE Swarm Master Posts: 338 Threads: 2 Joined: Aug 2014 Reputation: 8 #6 08-30-2014, 03:18 PM (This post was Is it me? http://www.thetradersden.org/forums/showthread.php?t=50003

Then, this evening I try to log into Kickasstorrents, but their normal page is down, so I log into an alternate one, and now my uploads are popping up saying " Finally, the ports you are using are just outside of the recommended range.  The recommended port range is 49152-65534.  So I would start by changing to ports in that range (especially i think i know what's going on now. yayaya69 0 238 07-04-2016, 09:31 AM Last Post: yayaya69 View a Printable Version Subscribe to this thread Users browsing this thread: 1 Guest(s) Contact Us Vuze Return to Top Lite (Archive)

Ok #2 the fact that your ports are not forwarded is not a critical problem.  It does mean that you can not initiate connections to peers but you will still be then read this for suggestions on how to avoid your ISP's efforts (if necessary) The words here and this are links ;-) The bottom line is that if none of that will portforward.com bypass or fix the issue?    Find Reply GaryE Swarm Master Posts: 338 Threads: 2 Joined: Aug 2014 Reputation: 8 #8 09-01-2014, 07:20 PM (This post was last modified: you might not want to use uPnP.  If you choose not to use uPnP you need to manually forward your torrenting ports in all of your firewalls.

so i think what's happening is what you mentioned in #4 "4) The hardware firewall on your ISP supplied modem/router or router." so how would i bypass the firewall to fix Login Register Login Username/Email: Password: Lost Password? they explain all of the intricacies far better than I can. Or KickAss??

Find Reply « Next Oldest | Next Newest » Possibly Related Threads... then the message switches to "OK (DHT backup only)" then it procieds to do nothing. Find Reply fallonbennett09 Fresh Torrenter Posts: 4 Threads: 1 Joined: Aug 2014 Reputation: 0 #7 08-31-2014, 11:26 AM thank you for your help! Just to be clear you actually have two different problems here. 1) You are being blocked from accessing the tracker's announce url. 2) The ports you are using to send and

are you running a program like BTGuard or similar?  Very often torrent sites are hosted on sites which are blacklisted by programs like that.  Either that or your ISP has blocked http://forum.vuze.com/Thread-connection-error-no-data-received-from-tracker Portal Search Help Hello There, Guest! i have 0 peers, 0 seeds and nothing happens. then the message switches to "OK (DHT backup only)" then it procieds to do nothing.

But when will that be, in the mean time nobody knows why they can't download torrents.   Find Reply aaacub72 Fresh Torrenter Posts: 1 Threads: 0 Joined: Feb 2015 Reputation: 0 #11 the only thing that has changed between the last time i successfully downloaded something and this time (where nothing will download) is i have changed internet providers. I suggest using portforward.com . . . it says "sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe=5000, 10000 and 15000" then it says "check your port forwarding for UDP 46457" Find Reply parg Vuze Staff Member Posts: 1,153

Thread Author Replies Views Last Post Remote connection...locally.... so I really can not remember the specifics).  There are some (in my opinion) minor security concerns with running uPnP so depending upon the nature of your home network and or Issue #1 has nothing to do with the firewall settings on your home network.  It is a problem with your ISP -- or more correctly with your ISP being torrent unfriendly.  this page how do i fix this?   Find Reply parg Vuze Staff Member Posts: 1,153 Threads: 2 Joined: Jul 2014 Reputation: 52 #2 08-29-2014, 11:33 AM Vuze is having issues connecting to

They may be down or something could be blocking them - you could try copying their URLs from within Vuze (right-click on one of them in the 'Sources' tab, select Edit Yes you want to get your ports forwarded.  Yes portforward.com will help with that.  No that will not solve the problem with you being blocked from getting peer data from the Good Luck!

If you need help forwarding ports . . .

So let us start with #1 . . . Remember me Vuze Forums › Vuze Desktop Client › Community Open Support « Previous 1 ... 40 41 42 43 44 ... 57 Next » connection error (no data received from The simplest way to forward ports is to use uPnP.  Turn on uPnP in all of your firewalls, turn on uPnP in Vuze and you are good to go (I can how do i fix this?       Find Reply whiteknight Fresh Torrenter Posts: 5 Threads: 1 Joined: Feb 2015 Reputation: 0 #10 02-04-2015, 06:28 PM  The reason for the tracker

then it says "check your port forwarding for TCP 46457" the test also failed later on while testing UDP. Again you have two issues. You can always test that downloading is working by grabbing a torrent such as  http://download.documentfoundation.org/l...si.torrent If this fails then try running the network status test from the Help menu     Linear ModeThreaded Mode

there would not be much point to your ISP's efforts would there.  The thing is that the ports you need to forward to pass data to other peers are not the coincidence?? They may be down or something could be blocking them - you could try copying their URLs from within Vuze (right-click on one of them in the 'Sources' tab, select Edit