All we need is an easy explanation of the problem, so here it is.
My ISP is a reseller of Bell Canada DSL service. Bell uses Deep Packet Inspection for all of its users and resellers to limit the bandwidth consumed by P2P applications such as BitTorrent.
Bell throttles between 4:30pm – 2:00am daily.
Early workarounds such as using port 1723 was good at first but has since been rectified by ISPs.
What are your suggestions?
How to solve :
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I do not have Bell Canada, but a number of users have reported that using the uTP (UDP torrenting) feature of the uTorrent beta (now 2.0) is successful in circumventing Bell’s interference.
More information at this FileShareFreak article:
I’ve used these for Bell before, and it seemed to be hit and miss, but it still was better then doing nothing at all.
Some of what they show here will also apply to other bittorrent clients.
If your torrent client supports it, then enable encryption. This will only help when talking to peers and trackers that also have it enabled, but it will stop the packet inspection.
Only using encrypted torrents will probably fix this. However, by passing this may be a violation of your ToS. Don’t get yourself into trouble.
Glasnost: How to find out if your ISP blocks or limits torrents? — may be useful too.
Another ref, Google helps to test whether your ISP blocks Bittorrent
Note: Use and implement method 1 because this method fully tested our system.
Thank you 🙂