How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

Thanks to this page at The Peer-to-Peer Weblog I was able to tweak my router settings for a noticeably faster Bit Torrent. I’ve noticed that transfers previously slated for days are now mere hours. Nice.

8 comments for “How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

  1. chris mitchell
    1/2/2005 at 8:57 am

    After i put the IP address in and they ask for the password. i can pass that part. is there any way to find out my password or change it. I have a netgear router and it a wgt624v2 thanks.

  2. 1/2/2005 at 9:35 am

    I don’t have any netgear equipment… but on my Dlink and Linksys stuff there’s definitely a place in the configuration to change the password from the default.

  3. Степан Aгарков
    7/30/2008 at 4:13 pm

    Хм… Пока это у нас не очень сильно развито, так что придётся немного подождать.

  4. Rasheed
    12/26/2008 at 10:35 am

    How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

    This is for linksys router but i have a router which have no such like torrent option and port range.so how i will make it fast?

  5. Rasheed
    12/26/2008 at 3:35 pm

    How to configure your router to allow fast BitTorrent downloads

    This is for linksys router but i have a router which have no such like torrent option and port range.so how i will make it fast?

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