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  Reply # 1064726 13-Jun-2014 10:23
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ripdog: Unfortunately I'm having the exact same issue still. I have restarted qBittorrent, and forced reannounce to a dozen trackers, none have connected.

I will reboot computer and router when I can, but just thought I should mention this now.

Any chance you could have a look at the other issue I mentioned in my PM, FireEngine?


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Hi ripdog - TheKitchen told me he had been in touch earlier but I didn't have a chance to talk to him before leaving the office, he should get your connection sorted out for you.




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  Reply # 1065299 14-Jun-2014 00:16
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Thanks FireEngine, yep, we've been in contact. I'm just trying to grab an exact timestamp of an issue so he can push it to UFF. Honestly, my connection has been pretty stable recently, so it almost seems like I was lying.

Not a bad problem to have, eh? Do you know of any good tools for Windows for long-term network monitoring? Something which could run for hours and report when the connection became spotty/dropped?

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