no problem w/ site...but a problem in China...
Mon Apr 25, 2016 11:13
Greetings all you P2P experts out there!
The reason I'm writing is because every so often, I can't connect to any peers...and then...a week later...without having done anything to my computer...it'll just start working again. This pattern has continued now for about a year.
So I'm beginning to think that my ISP has figured out how to block my P2P activity. I'm in China, so there are no copyright laws to worry about...it's still the Wild West over here in that regard, but I think my ISP doesn't like me downloading all my American Television shows every week, so SOMEHOW...they are able to block my P2P connections without interfering with my internet connection in any other respect. I can SEE the peers in the tracker, but cannot connect.
I use a VPN from time to time to avoid the 'Great Fire Wall of China' when I need to, but even with my VPN turned on...I still can not connect to peers during these 'outage' periods. Also, changing my random port number does not help the outage either.
Could this be possible? Can ISP's do this? and if so...is there a work around so i can avoid this?
One idea that I'm going to check is perhaps every time my ip address is reassigned by the DHCP my P2P connections come back on line...but then my ISP must do something to shut if off again.
I can't tell you how frustrating this situation is so I'm posting to the forum to see if anyone has any advice, or similar situation, or ideas.
why dont you use a seedbox to bypass this problem ? you can use FTP to move file from seedbox to your PC ..
For your ISP , well nothing is impossible nowdays .. Connecting peers problem generally occurs when your ISP block torrents But try Seedbox to download those torrents or there are many sites (like bitport.io ) who will download torrents for you and you can directly download files from their server ..
So It is possible to avoid p2p download .. Try them .. Hope It will help you .
Well.. if you connect to a properly secured VPN outside of China, your ISP cannot see what you are doing. If your VPN provider's server is inside China their ISP ofcourse could just be blocking it.
Anyway assuming your VPN server is outside of China, your ISP isn't blocking anything. Are you using a free VPN provider? I've tested some of them in the past and noticed that some of them just have such bad connections, that alot of torrents just stay unconnected while there are plenty of peers. So if that's the case I'd suggest trying a different VPN.
Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:16
Malcoda brother your better off ignoring everything these two morons have to say about your trouble...they will only mislead and misdirect you into more trouble.
Mon Apr 25, 2016 12:30
What torrent software are you using? If you're not using it, try Xunlei
Your isp can detect p2p traffic and is common practice in China to use Dpi (deep packet inspection) as part of internet censorship. I read on 1 site that hiding the use of vpn and switching to port 443 used by HTTPS protocols to hide you traffic along side secure traffic. China are also now using various detection methods to catch people out and detect normal SSL encryption against VPN encryption.
Best option is Google for more info on your situation to see what others are doing to get around censorship but either way looks like you will be throttled. You can also do tests online that will be able to tell you when your isp is using such methods.