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fermin25

Beating My Isp

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Hello to all friends here in Xisto.com I've been absent from this wonderful forum and general web programming from a few months ago but now I'm back with the entire load.Well let me tell you the story of this day. Hire a 2MB internet plan which is the maximum speed that a cable company offers in my country now. It turns out that recently, you believe it or not, I learned what the protocol is and how to use bittorrent to download large amounts of data and share them. Reading this is that you have to imagine that I am the fans of illegal things but I am not one of those. It turns out that trying to use a software called Azureus / Vuze bittorrent works with which I take the big surprise that my ISP blocks all P2P connections including eMule and Ares. Ares Emule and I do not care. But also block the bittorrent protocol. So I called the telephone of my internet company and told them I wanted to use the BitTorrent protocol and that you please enabled. The same day two technical support staff came to my house and did not even know what was the torrent protocol, Can you imagine?Then I gave myself the task of finding all the valuable information that allowed me to circumvent the limitations that my internet company put to the data traffic.Then I found information about and how to use port forwarding to open the ports on my router to that switch my P2P programs. The program worked great memory that was 3:00 AM when I did this and was very happy. At 6:00 AM the connection of my bittorrent programs had been blocked. And by this I discovered that my internet company allowed bittorrent programs will connect normally from 12:00 AM to 6:00 am daily. Then this showed me I could download or upload anything I wanted in this period, but still I am not happy because I should have the freedom to connect at any time of day so I've tried about a thousand things to beat my ISP and avoid their locks.Please can any of you help me overcome my ISP. I hope your answers angrily.

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There are a lot of ways to overcome that Bit Torrent blocking if ports are open. The wonderful portions of Bit torrents are port forwarding but you may get the trackers port blocked by the ISP if they found out you are trying to cheat them. Torrents eats up a lot of resources, on a non strict environment (like yours which you will say it is the opposite), the torrents will try to consume all bandwidth and once a file is partially downloaded on a torrent client, they automatically gets upload back as seeds effectively forcing the company to buy more bandwidth and equipment. This will force them to charge more. You are even lucky to have the torrent ports unblocked on that period, some don't. If you want a fast connection, cheap and stable with torrents, get the higher plans or get the expensive plans from other alternatives.

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