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    Could anyone please tell me how to increase ratio in torrentbd. I downloaded 8 torrents and deleted them afterwards rather than seeding and so now my ratio is really low. Please someone tell me how to increase ratio

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    donation is the best way i guess, or create and upload a new torrent

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    They already say that you have to seed 48 hours! Stupid. Download the torrents again and seed for 48 hours. But if yours is shared IP most likely won't upload without real IP leechers. But do it anyway (even if doesn't upload) to lose Hit&Run tags. Then download a recent big torrent which is freeleech (with the gold coin). Cause they'll have possibility of having real IP leechers and you'll get upload raise. Mostly blu-ray movies (>20gb) or games have freeleech.
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    Easy just download the most popular torrents and keep seeding.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    They already say that you have to seed 48 hours! Stupid. Download the torrents again and seed for 48 hours. But if yours is shared IP most likely won't upload without real IP leechers. But do it anyway (even if doesn't upload) to lose Hit&Run tags. Then download a recent big torrent which is freeleech (with the gold coin). Cause they'll have possibility of having real IP leechers and you'll get upload raise. Mostly blu-ray movies (>20gb) or games have freeleech.
    ima noob with this stuff.... does this mean if i dont have real ip my uploads wont count... tbd only counts the public ip uploading but track download regardless of ip types? rigth?

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    Quote Originally Posted by furiousTaher View Post
    ima noob with this stuff.... does this mean if i dont have real ip my uploads wont count... tbd only counts the public ip uploading but track download regardless of ip types? rigth?
    You(shared IP user) can download at blazing fast speeds from torrentbd only when real IP users are uploading. And you can upload only when real IP users are leeching (downloading). Seeding and Leeching doesn't necessarily mean Uploading and Downloading cause it only happens when there's a real IP seeder/leecher. Seeding/Leeching means the gate is open for uploading/downloading but sadly it happens only with the grace of real IP users. Example I've been downloading Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition from TBD for two months. Why? Cause it's stuck at 90%, it's got low seeder count (15-16) and on some weekends only 1 seeder connects e.g. 1(15) in Seeders tab and I can only download then. But open torrent means I'm also seeding but not a kilobyte has been uploaded. Why? cause I'm the only one downloading/leeching so in leechers tab it shows 0(1). Now if someone with a real IP graces me with his presence I'll get 1(2) in leechers tab and finally I'll be uploading to that guy.
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    create and upload a new torrent

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    my ratio is 142.76

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    Quote Originally Posted by giant View Post
    my ratio is 142.76
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    I'm guessing you're a Shared IP user . First of all let me make some things clear for you , Seeding doesn't necessarily mean uploading . The files that
    you're seeding will only upload when someone with real IP connection connects with you . Shared IP peers can't connect with shared ip peers . They can
    only connect with real IP peers . Now you can do a couple of things to overcome this issue . First two are easy . Either get real IP connection from
    your ISP or donate a certain amount of money to get uploads plus some extra facilities depending on the amount you donate . The third one is a bit
    tough but very effective . Download 40-50 torrents of 100-200 MB sizes and keep seeding them for 16 hours a day . Now what will that do ? If you're
    seeding 50 files of 100-200 MB sizes you'll get 25 SeedBonus points per hour . If you seed those files for 16 hours a day you'll get 400 SeedBonus
    points per Day . After 15 days you'll have accumulated about 6000 SeedBonus points . You can easily increase your ratio with that amount of points .
    Also uploading torrents help greatly . You can upload any file here just make sure to follow proper uploading guidelines . Hope this helped .
    Security is just a topic, you need to explain this in your own way.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sybaris Caesar View Post
    You(shared IP user) can download at blazing fast speeds from torrentbd only when real IP users are uploading. And you can upload only when real IP users are leeching (downloading). Seeding and Leeching doesn't necessarily mean Uploading and Downloading cause it only happens when there's a real IP seeder/leecher. Seeding/Leeching means the gate is open for uploading/downloading but sadly it happens only with the grace of real IP users. Example I've been downloading Dead Rising 3 Apocalypse Edition from TBD for two months. Why? Cause it's stuck at 90%, it's got low seeder count (15-16) and on some weekends only 1 seeder connects e.g. 1(15) in Seeders tab and I can only download then. But open torrent means I'm also seeding but not a kilobyte has been uploaded. Why? cause I'm the only one downloading/leeching so in leechers tab it shows 0(1). Now if someone with a real IP graces me with his presence I'll get 1(2) in leechers tab and finally I'll be uploading to that guy.
    I have a confusion. How does real ip work behind a router? I am currently using a D-link router and willing to get real ip. If I torrent on my pc, will it seed/leech with the real ip?

    TIA

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    Quote Originally Posted by conFuSeD View Post
    I have a confusion. How does real ip work behind a router? I am currently using a D-link router and willing to get real ip. If I torrent on my pc, will it seed/leech with the real ip?

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    It will not. Other peers will see your real ip as the router's ip, and won't see your PC's ip (wich is your LAN IP) just like when you are behind your ISP's real IP on shared IP conditions. So, they won't know how to connect to your utorrent. But solution for that is, if you forward utorrent's incoming ports they can contact the router on that port and router will connect them to your utorrent. And fortunately, as all modern routers have UPnP enabled by default, this happens automatically, and you'll get the benefits of real IP even behind a router. Now, same principle can be used on ISPs with shared IP. As they won't do it automatically with UPnP, if you can contact them, get them to understand port forwarding, and make them forward the utorrent ports, then you can same benefits even with a shared IP.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Swapnil View Post
    It will not. Other peers will see your real ip as the router's ip, and won't see your PC's ip (wich is your LAN IP) just like when you are behind your ISP's real IP on shared IP conditions. So, they won't know how to connect to your utorrent. But solution for that is, if you forward utorrent's incoming ports they can contact the router on that port and router will connect them to your utorrent. And fortunately, as all modern routers have UPnP enabled by default, this happens automatically, and you'll get the benefits of real IP even behind a router. Now, same principle can be used on ISPs with shared IP. As they won't do it automatically with UPnP, if you can contact them, get them to understand port forwarding, and make them forward the utorrent ports, then you can same benefits even with a shared IP.
    a very informative post. +1
    I just found that my router has UPnP. Thanks for clearing my confusion.

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