Internet connection

Discussion in 'Windows Desktop Systems' started by brocher, Jun 22, 2005.

  1. brocher

    brocher Moderator

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    I am having trouble downloading using BT. I have looked about for an answer and have been told to check incoming/outgoing connections to see how many there are . I have used the netstat -n command but it just flashes up and closes before i can see it, is there any other way to find this out.
    ok ,just managed to get the stats.AS ATTACHED.

    I have the program connected on port 61000, but why are the others connected at various port at the top of the list.
     

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  2. Mastershakes

    Mastershakes Moderator

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    Start, run, cmd.

    Brings you to command prompt. now use netstat -n
    it won't disappear on ya. ;)
     
  3. brocher

    brocher Moderator

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    Thanks Mastershakes, thats what i did to get the results but, why are they connecting through the 1971-2066 ports when i have told it to use 61000?
     
  4. American Zombie

    American Zombie Moderator Staff Member Political User

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    The port you set is the OUTBOUND port.

    You could try NatCheck to check your port forwarding and setup of BitTorrent.