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 From:  Ryan <dreadlocks at gmail dot com>
 To:  m0n0wall at lists dot m0n0 dot ch
 Subject:  [m0n0wall] complete traffic shaping for azureus/BT
 Date:  Wed, 21 Dec 2005 01:57:58 -0600
I wonder if a rule could be created by flagging the TOS settings for
the torrent packets..


On 12/20/05, Honver Lam <hl337 at cornell dot edu> wrote:
> In my home network, there is a traffic shaper rule that deprioritizes
> 6881-6999 source traffic, and a separate rule that deprioritizes
> 6881-6999 destination traffic. All is well for incoming connections,
> because the incoming Azureus ports in the network are within that port
> range. However, I think that there is trouble with outgoing connections
> going to non-standard ports. When I use TCPView, I see that there are
> random local ports ranging from 1000-5000 that connect to remote ports
> that may or may not be in the 6881-6999 range. If the local port is
> 1234, and the remote port is 27899, I don't think that upload traffic is
> being shaped by my rules. Instead, it is probably getting caught by the
> catch-all rule. Is there any rule or software tweak that I can add to
> catch all Bittorrent traffic? Thank you!
> Happy Holidays,
> Honver
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