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Improves 3D audio processing for host-based Sound Blaster audio devices. Requirements: Microsoft Windows 10 bit or bit, Windows 8. After you click the next page will say "Port????? Now you need to tell your torrent client to listen on this port. Most routers now a days support this. It seems that because of this many people do not realize that incoming connections are being forwarded to their torrent client.

Then click "OK". The click "Save". When this competes the "Status" icon should turn green. Hopefully you have the "Flags" column? If not right mouse-click on the column title area and enable it. What you want to see is a few peers with "I" as one of the flags. This means the peer connected to you.

Vuze : If the icon in front of the torrent is green, then you have received incoming connections. To pursue this further, right mouse-click on a torrent and select "Show Details". Then select the "Peers" tab. Hopefully you have the "T" column? The peers that have "R" in the "T" column came to you as incoming connections.

Process Explorer But there is a more general and powerful way to check what is happening with a torrent clients IP connections. Once it is installed, start it and in the process tree that gets shown locate "uTorrent. Right-mouse click on it and select "Properties In that uncheck the "Resolve addresses" check box. If you see connections on the port that you set up as the incoming port, that is another indication that you are receiving incoming connections. Using Process Explorer you will also be able to see if any connections are being made on the native interface rather than the VPN interface as they should.

It can be helpful to sort the items in this display in various orders by clicking on the column headers. Some understanding of the routing table will be needed in order for the reader to complete these. When a program does an IP "bind" function without specifying a particular IP interface or IP address to bind to, the routing table is used to determine what IP interface to send a packet on, based on the destination.

The packet destination is compared against the two values "Network Destination" and "Netmask". These two values together define a "subnet" or "subnetwork". But think of these as 32 bit strings. What matters with it is just how many 1-s are on the left. If the "Netmask" has only 4 1-s on the left, then only the left-most 4 bits of the packet destination and "Network Destination" are compared for a match.

A packet destination may have several routing table entries that match by this criteria. The one that will be used is the one for which the "Netmask" had the most 1-s. If that does not resolve it, the lowest "Metric" is then checked. The entry with the "0. This "0. So if no more specific entry is found that is where a packet will go. Note these two extra lines in particular:.

These entries with " This makes the VPN gateway The other additional entries serve various purposes which are not relevant to our discussion below. I could not get the torrent clients to use the VPN interface unless it was the default gateway in the routing table.

It appears that you have to use the VPN for everything or nothing. However it is possible to use a combination of the firewall and the routing table to ensure that no P2P traffic uses the native interface when the VPN is not running. It does not seem to be possible to fully block all torrent traffic from the native interface using just the limited firewall that came with XP. Although you can block incoming connections to some extent, you cannot block outgoing connections at all.

And if they register themselves on a tracker as having a torrent you want, you may connect to them even worse. You could also be given their IP address as a source by peer exchange even if you strip things to DHT only. With some other firewall that works on XP you may still be able to do this. There may be information on the AirVPN forum.

If you have a router, you may not have had Windows firewall enabled, relying on your router to provide the firewall. However you should have Windows firewall enabled at least for the VPN interface, with an exception for your torrent client. The following screen shots illustrate how to do this: This will allow incoming connections for torrent clients from the native interface too.

But you should be able to configure your router so that no incoming connections are forwarded from the internet to your PC. The thing is, malicious programs can do this too! So you may want to go further and disable UPnP in your router. However you may be using some other program that needs it.

With UPnP off and no explicit port forwarding rules in the router , you can be sure that no incoming connections can come in by the native interface. If you do want to block incoming torrent connections only on the native interface, then do not enable the exceptions for the clients on the "Exceptions" tab as shown above, but instead go to "Advanced Settings" from the "Advanced" tab and provide exception rules only for the VPN interface, as shown below: Using this approach, you have to define the rules based on the ports rather than the programs, and you will need a TCP and a UDP rule for each port.

Routing Table Change to Block Outgoing Native Traffic In order to ensure that outgoing traffic will not go out over the native interface , one can make a change to the routing table which will guarantee that no traffic of any sort except the encrypted VPN traffic itself will be able to find its way to the native interface.

Refer to the section "Routing Table Functionality" above. If the VPN goes down, the " If the "0. Once the VPN is running, you can just remove the "0. If you want to stop the VPN and use the native interface again, then after shutting down the VPN, restore the default gateway entry for the native interface using this command at a command prompt:.

Note that " For convenience, you could create two ". I suggest that you place a "pause" command at the end so that the windows that opens to run the command does not disappear before you can see if it worked. All of the samples below are taken from Windows Vista. I also encountered a problem getting the firewall blocking to work fully for Windows Vista. Getting the firewall to block uTorrent from using the native interface worked, but getting it to block Vuze has not worked! Blocking Vuze works fine on Windows 7.

But there is a saving grace. Fortunately Vuze has an option that prevents it using the default interface if it is configured to use a specific interface. I use this on Windows 7 too, even though it does not appear to be necessary. Set Up for Windows Firewall with Advanced Security To set up the blocking of both incoming and outgoing connections in the way we need, you have to use "Windows Firewall with Advanced Security", which is separate from "Windows Firewall" in the Windows Start menu.

You have to first get into "Administrative Tools". The following screen shot shows how to get into "Windows Firewall with Advanced Security": Once you are into ""Windows Firewall with Advanced Security"" you can configure rules for both incoming and outgoing connections at a level of detail much greater than you could for Windows XP.

In order to do this we will need to determine an appropriate subnet definition for the native interface and the VPN interface. A prefix length of 16 should be plenty for this. I will explain the rationale for the firewall rules I set up after some screen shots that give the jist of how to use the firewall set up GUI.

We want to change these so that they allow incoming connections only from the VPN. In the screen shot above for Incoming connections you will see that the "Local IP address" property has been set to " Although I do not recall changing anything else, make whatever other changes you need to ensure that the rules you create are as in the example above. You could if you prefer disable the original rules and create new ones.

The uTorrent and Vuze installations do not create any Outbound rules. We want these rules to block outgoing traffic over the native interface from our torrent clients. We need these rules to be "blocking" rules, applying to all profiles and all protocols, and with that the "Local IP address" property has been set to " Make whatever other changes you need to ensure that the rules you create are as in the example above. This will give additional assurance that torrent traffic does not go out over the native interface, and also allow us to make the changes to the routing table that will cause the VPN interface to be used only for torrent traffic.

You need to set the "net. Unfortunately for uTorrent one has to specify the IP address, unlike Vuze see below.

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