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rtorrent [2009/10/09 03:53]
k2patel
rtorrent [2009/10/09 03:58] (current)
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 ==== Secure Torrent from ISP Capping ==== ==== Secure Torrent from ISP Capping ====
  
-Not sure but, but it has been said on manual you can encrypt your transfer and request encryption only\\+Not 100% but following you two steps avoid capping from ISP,\\ 
 +== Encryption == 
 +according to manual you can encrypt your transfer and request encryption only\\
 If Encryptiong is successfully enabled you can avoid ISP to capping on packets. which make you partially secure. If Encryptiong is successfully enabled you can avoid ISP to capping on packets. which make you partially secure.
  
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 encryption=allow_incoming,​try_outgoing,​require,​enable_retry,​require_RC4 encryption=allow_incoming,​try_outgoing,​require,​enable_retry,​require_RC4
 </​code>​ </​code>​
 +
 +== Random Ports ==
 +This will change ports on every "​restart"​ of the rtorrent.\\
 +port_range specify any high number port range - many be bigger than 11K.\\
 +Also enable random port.
 +
 +<code bash | .rtorrent.rc>​
 +port_range = 12000-12999
 +port_random = yes
 +</​code>​
 +
  
 ==== Saving torrent state and resume data between sessions ==== ==== Saving torrent state and resume data between sessions ====
rtorrent.txt · Last modified: 2009/10/09 03:58 by k2patel