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Standard User Mayuki
(newbie) Tue 14-Jun-11 20:06:46
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Torrents and Entanet.


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Just joined the network via a reseller.

I pay my TV licence and dont think I should have to own one of the few PMP the bbc approve to watch what I pay for on the move, that said.

The torrents/sites I use are not just throttled but totally blocked, even the tracker I use is blocked. "connection closed by peer"

Is this just me? Im not using a router.

Is there a way around this?

I was and still am being told by the vISP its not blocked, so no help there.

Very disapointed.
Standard User 12eason
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 14-Jun-11 20:37:45
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Re: Torrents and Entanet.


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Torrents are illegal. Stop breaking the law.
Standard User Mayuki
(newbie) Tue 14-Jun-11 20:45:05
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Re: Torrents and Entanet.


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Illegaly sourced content that you don't have the right to watch, shared over the internet via torrents is illegal

The torrent protocol isn't illegal.

back under the bridge please.

Edited by Mayuki (Tue 14-Jun-11 20:46:13)


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Standard User 12eason
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 14-Jun-11 20:55:56
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Re: Torrents and Entanet.


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That argument has never worked in court. I think I'll take a judge's opinion over yours.
Standard User Mayuki
(learned) Tue 14-Jun-11 21:10:32
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Re: Torrents and Entanet.


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And if you recall I wasn't asking yours or a judges legal position, so why you felt the need to chime in puzzles me.

Im sure there are many web sites and attached forums you can discuss the moral and legal ramifications of the .torrent protocol.

My question/post wasn't intended to be one of those places, in case your confused ducky.

However if you feel so strongly to hijack peoples post Ii am sure you could create a topic somewhere on these forums.

Now shooo lest you frighten away someone help full.

Edited by Mayuki (Tue 14-Jun-11 21:13:19)

Standard User 12eason
(eat-sleep-adslguide) Tue 14-Jun-11 21:22:36
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I guess with that post you were trying to distract me with your bad spelling and grammar? Nice try, but let's stick to the topic. Entanet are a legal company, they aren't going to just let you do what you want with their internet.
Standard User Spud2003
(fountain of knowledge) Tue 14-Jun-11 21:57:23
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Re: Torrents and Entanet.


[re: Mayuki] [link to this post]
 
In reply to a post by Mayuki:
Is this just me? Im not using a router.

Is there a way around this?

I was and still am being told by the vISP its not blocked, so no help there.


Given the number of people who use torrents I suspect you'd find the forum full of complaints if Enta were blocking downloads ... of course I could be wrong. tongue
Standard User Mayuki
(learned) Tue 14-Jun-11 22:02:25
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No that wasn't the intention, however you have confirm what I already suspected.

A troll of epic proportions, one that nit pics on grammar and spelling, well done.

And I must say you made me giggle.

"Entanet are a legal company, they aren't going to just let you do what you want with their internet."

So by your definition most of the other providers that throttle but not ban the .torrent protocol, arnt legal company's?

Would you like to call the police or shall I?

Fact is I was sold it as working, im just trying to establish if it is or not.

Thats it, there really is no need for the preachy bs.
Standard User BatBoy
(legend) Tue 14-Jun-11 22:08:45
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In reply to a post by Mayuki:
No that wasn't the intention, however you have confirm what I already suspected.

A troll of epic proportions, one that nit pics on grammar and spelling, well done.

And I must say you made me giggle.

"Entanet are a legal company, they aren't going to just let you do what you want with their internet."

So by your definition most of the other providers that throttle but not ban the .torrent protocol, arnt legal company's?

Would you like to call the police or shall I?

Fact is I was sold it as working, im just trying to establish if it is or not.

Thats it, there really is no need for the preachy bs.
Post some links so that others can try and see if they work.



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Standard User Mayuki
(learned) Tue 14-Jun-11 22:14:11
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Hi, Thanks for the reply.

Your right, im sure there would be more posts if there were a problem.

Thats why im really struggling to find a solution/answer.

Ive connected 3 pc/laptops to the BTO box, and connected via pppoe.
On all of them had the same issue, so I don't think its my side.
Torrents wont work and http://broadband.mpi-sws.org/transparency/bttest.php
confirms its not.

yet My vISP insist that its not blocked.

So unless BTO are blocking it en route to entanets systems, I don't know what it could be, however ive never heard of that before either.

I just dont know what to think anymore :/

Edited by Mayuki (Tue 14-Jun-11 22:16:39)

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