Tank you for the super fast help!
I already went throught your guides (by the way, amazing work! already helped me a lot in the past!), but I am still a little confused about the following:
- UTP protocol may also cause some speed issues, so you can try not using it.
Where did you see, that I use it / how can I disable it? I already searched for it and just can't find the answer.
Couldn't you bind it to a tun0 interface of some sort, instead of Ethernet2?
Could to tell me how to do that and what advantage I get from that? I found a lot of threads for that, but it was always very technical, honestly too technical for me. Maybe you can help me with that!
- Was there no option in the torrent client settings to use Air DNS?
Could you also help me with setting the Air DNS?
Sorry for all the questions, I did some research but couldn't find an adequat answer.
Pointing me to the right direction/thread would help!
- In the first picture, with "Enabled protocols TCP & uTP" you may be able to change it to use only TCP.
- Also in the image where you use Ethernet 2. The box should contain a drop-down menu for tun0 or similar. It's to help ensure torrenting happens on the interface Air is used on.
- Under Advanced>Optional Address to bind to, you should see an IP address in the drop-down, underneath the "Network protocols" box.
Do also make sure you're using the latest qBIttorent. Go to the Help tab and see which one is on your system. Depending on which OS you use, you can then compare the version to qBittorents download page.
Then restart the client when all those settings are in place and download the test torrent from ipleak.net. Let it show a couple of addresses, instead of just 1, as per your uploaded picture.
Then go to the Air Client Area and test the portforwarding.
After that, you can experiment with using different protocol and location combinations in Eddie, when torrenting, to see what works for you. You can use a Linux torrent if you want to test performance.
Then Linux will be on your system and you can perhaps practice using a virtual machine too
I'm glad the guides were of some help .
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