backspin Posted July 28, 2017 Report Share Posted July 28, 2017 Unfortunately, I have a ISP that is blocking uploads. However, downloads remain unaffected for now. Using Wireshark, I can see the ISP is sending forged reset packets and hence is killing the connections. I can only assume clients on the other side are also receiving reset packets, but have no proof. Currently, they seem to be targeting seeds as downloads remain unaffected, but I can seed for days, with some popular torrents like ubuntu and Knoppix, and after a few days I see maybe 1MB uploaded during that time effectively blocking 99.9% of the connections. Port are open properly, so I know there's no network issues on my side. Using a VPN yields the same results, but that is not surprising because as someone who works with network equipment, identifying encrypted traffic is easy these days, and disrupting the flow is just as easy. So, with the political climate like it is, more ISP's are going to block what they want. Best Regards, P.S. I asked someone, I know, who works on networks, and who is also on the same ISP to test torrents, and he is unable to upload as well. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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