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PostSubject: BSNL DataOne & Bitcomet: Portforwarding tutorial   Tue 8 Apr - 17:05

Having trouble with your BSNL Dataone Broadband and torrents? Hope this complete tutorial would soleve all your toubles and push your torrent download to maximum limit. The reason for slow download is that your port forwarding is not properly configured. As a result your IP is not visible to outside peers. To verify this start downloading a torrent with very good seeds & peers. Now go to peers of torrent and see under “Initiation”. If you have both ‘Local’ & ‘Remote’, then dont bother this tutorial anymore. Else if you are getting only ‘Local’, continue reading. I am using Bitcomet here coz its fast and doesnt use much of CPU. You could also use other torrent software like Azureus, Utorrent etc. You will have similar options under their settings.

Step 1: Know your IP
1. Even though your IP address is dynamic, the ADSL router would always assign an IP address to your computer. Most probably it would be
2. Go to Start>Run>cmd or in Vista, type cmd in search and press enter.
3. Type ‘ipconfig’ and press enter

4. Note the IP address of your computer, here for me it

Step 2: Configure the torrent
1. First we need to decide how much to upload. For a 2mbps connection, I keep upload rate as 20KBps. If you are using lower connection like Airtel or Tata Indicomm of 128kbps, keep upload as 8KBps and for 256, 14-16KBps would do. Keep the download rate ‘No Limit/ 0′. Do this under Options>Preferences>Connection

2. At the same place, set your port number to somewhere between 40000 and 65000.

3. Next go to Options>Preferences>Advanced>Connection and uncheck “Enable UPnP port mapping”

Part 3: Portforward the Router/ADSL Modem
1. First you need to access the settings or router. For this, open any browser like Internet Explorer/Firefox and navigate to ‘′. The most common username and password is ‘admin’ & ‘admin’. I have a new UT300R2U modem with a new software. So I will give the detail tutorail for that here.

If you have a different router or a differnt software for UT300R2U, find your router here and follow the guide. You can also find the deafult password of your router there.

2. Navigate to ‘Advanced Setup>NAT>DMZ Host’ in the sidebar. DMZ host refers to Demilitarized Zone.

3. Enter your IP Address that you found in Step 1 there and click Save/Apply. In my case its You dont require a reboot here.

4. Now restart your torrent software and then check whether ‘Remote’ appears under initialization, it should!!! Enjoy!!!
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