How to seed torrents on Excitel Broadband?

Sushubh

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tbh. i don't really have much success seeding on VPN as well. it does work. but it's not like you can seed a torrent at good enough rate to get an excellent ratio on private trackers. i have to keep seeding for months to reach 1:1 ratio. i usually end up seeding for time and than exchange the points for bandwidth.
 

achaudhary997

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Can you send me a torrent which is seeding for you even after downloading? I can test that.
Well I just tried with a torrent and nope seeding is a no go with Excitel. I remember that it was working (I used to be able to seed at 500-600 kbps).

But then in your screenshot it does upload to other people's IPs which is weird.
 
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I tried too and it's not seeding.
 


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With Excitel Fiber, it would be possible to seed private as well as public torrents, reliably. Torrent clients should be able to receive incoming connections.

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Sushubh

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there are already people on excitel fiber on the forum right? can they confirm?
 


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so what range of ports will be open ?

And this should also fix problem with xbox/ps and other applications NAT issues ?
 

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With Excitel Fiber, it would be possible to seed private as well as public torrents, reliably. Torrent clients should be able to receive incoming connections.

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IF that's the case, it should work flawlessly on normal excitel connection as well?
 

achaudhary997

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So after my old post I did indepth digging in this matter. Without open port (canyouseeme should say it's open) you won't be able to seed to any private/public tracker.

The way it works is this. Someone out there will have an open port and he/she wants data then your client will connect to that guy and start uploading. On the other hand if you had an open port the other guy would have been easily able to connect to you.

The preference order is this. I leecher will try to find someone with open port first (for any torrent there will be a lot of people available). If no one has an open port and is seeding. Then the client will start looking for other people. If the leecher has open port but you don't it will still start downloading from ur pc. If both don't have open port then no download will happen.
 
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