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  • ISP Blocking from accessing .torrent file??

    My ISP is blocking from accessing .torrent file.Is there any workaround for this???i tried proxy but it doesnt work.

  • #2
    some trackers have option to set that you download your torrents files like text files...

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    • #3
      Originally posted by sam8cb View Post
      some trackers have option to set that you download your torrents files like text files...
      Yes, BTN has that option.

      Dexter14, see this: [Torrents] TXTor lets you download torrents as txt files

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      • #4
        i have this problem in university and downloading torrents as text files or zip files doesn't help.

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        • #5
          It's not just the .torrent they're blocking more than likely - it's the traffic too. To get around it I had to buy a seedbox.
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          • #6
            i have no problem wit traffic in bitorrent by cant download torrent files .TXTor can only be used with public trackers.

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            • #7
              I use StrongVPN.com is VPN service, offers security and anonymity for personal use with openvpn on port 443 (SSL), they seem fairly confident it's hard for your ISP to block the connection, but I don't know enough to be sure.

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              • #8
                Some trackers offer https access, it can be enabled on by editing profile's options. Downloading torrents via https (encrypted network) should face no problem.

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                • #9
                  Are you sure they are blocking just the .torrent files? I work for an ISP and that is something that would be extremely hard to implement in any effective manner. If you have direct links to the torrents you could try right clicking on the link and choosing Save As (or whatever that option may be in your browser) and saving it as a text file. Maybe I'm wrong though and the blocking of files by extension is a common thing -- but it's not something I've ever seen an ISP do.

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                  • #10
                    yes they are just blocking just .torrent file ,am able to get it by ssl and in some sites am able to download as txt file.by in many sites ssl(https) is not available.

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                    • #11
                      What happens when you try to download a torrent file? Do you get some error message? Also does this happen with multiple computers using the same internet connection?

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