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mmmmm
19.04.17, 05:04
The client uses global peer id so use memory reader (mR don't support memory reader for qbittorrent then don't run both at the same time)
The client send IPv6 so be sure your real qBittorrent 3.3.12 do .

Very important :
After changing the emulation for your torrents be sure to close mR and open again .

Kynyo
19.04.17, 11:23
Thank you! If my ISP provides only IPv4 currently, that means i can't use it?

Codec
19.04.17, 17:33
Thank you! If my ISP provides only IPv4 currently, that means i can't use it?


You have to check your announce. You will see something like this

ipv6=2400:0:9d38:6ab8:8fa:2db3:c4a6:3000

The735
20.04.17, 20:25
You have to check your announce. You will see something like this

ipv6=2400:0:9d38:6ab8:8fa:2db3:c4a6:3000

I'm new here how can i check my announce?

mmmmm
21.04.17, 23:20
I'm new here how can i check my announce?

The link at my signature .

anon
21.04.17, 23:55
I'm new here how can i check my announce?

32021

czullo
22.04.17, 07:36
Its stupid question but i cant fint ipv6 option in qbittorent, can anybody help me?


@mmmmm BTW will you port your client to RMP too?

anon
22.04.17, 17:14
Its stupid question but i cant fint ipv6 option in qbittorent, can anybody help me?

Look in the advanced settings, it's among the first entries.

mmmmm
25.04.17, 17:01
Its stupid question but i cant fint ipv6 option in qbittorent, can anybody help me?


@mmmmm BTW will you port your client to RMP too?

qbittorent by default send IPV6 (without choosing any thing).

Yes .

egy
29.05.17, 06:25
Hello mmmmm

You told me before that mine doesn't send IPV6,
that was for qBittorrent 3.3.10
So I can't use this one or I can ?

I followed your tutorial (SmartSniff) for the new version
and I searched but didn't find IPV6 or IPV4 in the announce.

Thanks.

mmmmm
29.05.17, 18:29
Hello mmmmm

I followed your tutorial (SmartSniff) for the new version
and I searched but didn't find IPV6 or IPV4 in the announce.

Thanks.

Then its not send it .


You told me before that mine doesn't send IPV6,
that was for qBittorrent 3.3.10
So I can't use this one or I can ?


You can .

---------- Post Merged at 18:29 ---------- Previous Post was at 18:08 ----------

You can use this one according to this :


I followed your tutorial (SmartSniff) for the new version
and I searched but didn't find IPV6 or IPV4 in the announce.

egy
30.05.17, 01:54
So even though mine doesn't send IPV6,
I can safely use this client/emulation.

Thanks mmmmm :)

Edit:

qBittorrent setting "Listen on IPv6 address" is unchecked,
Should I leave it unchecked or should I check/enable it ?

Thanks.

paul.ptr
01.07.17, 11:59
hello! i don't really understand.this 3.3.12 client sends IPv6 so i should check the option Listen on Ipv6 on my real qbit torrent? or should it unchecked it?

i just don't wanna get banned from the torrent site i user mratio low speed but for days

thank you for the help.

cloud99
01.07.17, 16:32
hello! i don't really understand.this 3.3.12 client sends IPv6 so i should check the option Listen on Ipv6 on my real qbit torrent? or should it unchecked it?

i just don't wanna get banned from the torrent site I user mratio low speed but for days

thank you for the help.

qBittorrent v3.2.0 releases upwards allow the OS to choose IPv4/IPv6 connecton.

So you should set your Interface as default OS and then monitor the network out of your torrent client. Then you can concluded whether or not you are reporting IPv6 to the tracker.

The "Listen on Ipv6" option from the advanced settings in qBittorrent has been a bug from quite an early stage (version release). Here are some links which show reports of them.

https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/2165
https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/2683
https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/1200
https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/issues/4545

You can get a whole bunch of them on Github. Follow this link: https://github.com/qbittorrent/qBittorrent/search?q=IPv6&type=Issues&utf8=%E2%9C%93

Now you can use the process I mentioned to check wether or not (your reporting IPv6 address to the tracker).

How to sniff the network?
Follow this tutorial: http://www.sb-innovation.de/f59/tutorial-how-use-smartsniff-capture-announces-bittorrent-32021/

For a deeper analysis you can use Wireshark wherein you can search for you IPv6 address in all the captured packages!
Regards,
cloud99