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  Reply # 956950 24-Dec-2013 15:12
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I seem to be having a crashing issue with my fritzbox, from time to time and I seem to have narrowed it down to torrents being the issue.

Sometimes when I'm downloading/uploading a torrent my fritz likes to say nope and crash on me. Anyone else having this issue? I have set up a open port for utorrent to use so I wonder if that's the issue.

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  Reply # 956959 24-Dec-2013 15:40
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mikenzb: I seem to be having a crashing issue with my fritzbox, from time to time and I seem to have narrowed it down to torrents being the issue.

Sometimes when I'm downloading/uploading a torrent my fritz likes to say nope and crash on me. Anyone else having this issue? I have set up a open port for utorrent to use so I wonder if that's the issue.


sounds like the nat table may be filling up and dying at it.


cant say i do any of my torrenting at home, so i cant really comment on how my fritz handles it..




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  Reply # 956980 24-Dec-2013 16:03
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I don't think utorrent is the issue with mine, have also got it port forwarded. As still happens when not torrenting.

I've had numerous talks with Snap and tried many things but still no luck. But has only rebooted once in last 5 days which is much better than what it was doing.

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