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    Default utorrent not being blocked

    uTorrent is not even being read by untangle anymore even version 8.0. the signature needs to updated. just wanted to let everybody know

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialsit View Post
    uTorrent is not even being read by untangle anymore even version 8.0. the signature needs to updated. just wanted to let everybody know
    Works fine here. I test bandwidth control using utorrent.
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    i don't have bandwidth control i tried to block it with protocol control and it didn't see it at all. the qos works great thought
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    the signatures don't match all sessions, thats kinda the whole point of this thread.

    If you're "testing" by just running utorrent with bittorrent blocked you won't see any effects while you will see blocked sessions in the protocol control.
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    what im saying is protocol control isnt blocking any utorrent sessions at all. the signature needs to be updated. its not even seeing utorrent at all anymore.
    Last edited by Specialsit; 11-18-2010 at 07:54 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Specialsit View Post
    what im saying is protocol control isnt blocking any utorrent sessions at all. the signature needs to be updated. its not even seeing utorrent at all anymore.
    I know, I was trying to find a nice way of saying you are incorrect by suggesting what you might being doing wrong. It works just fine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dmorris View Post
    I know, I was trying to find a nice way of saying you are incorrect by suggesting what you might being doing wrong. It works just fine.
    no it doesn't work just fine it is not seeing utorrent at all. its not blocking any sessions at all. im testing using the latest version of utorrent at all. test it plz
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    Default utorrent not being blocked



    utorrent 2.2

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    I'm now downloading Debian 5.04 DVD1 via the latest version of uTorrent. The module is simply set to log bittorrent traffic.

    I see the Scan bar on Protocol Control, maxed out, and sessions scanned is incrementing
    I see the Log bar on Protocol Control, maxed out, and sessions logged is incrementing

    Double check the way you're reading that screen. The bars are in order from top to bottom, Scan, Log, Block. The session numeric indicators are in order of Scanned, blocked, Logged.

    That is a bit of GUI confusion that probably should be addressed.
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