To achieve the maximum download speed in the Vuze program for downloading files using the bittorent protocol or any similar program, you need to connect well. If downloaders can not connect to you, or the server has crashed, there are not enough siders (creating) or you are in front of the firewall.
The first two questions usually bounce links in general, although the problem of a bad connection can be solved by itself, if you leave Vuze running long enough. Firewalls can be bypassed by opening the appropriate ports to allow incoming connections. Solution…
Start Vuze from the Start menu. Click on the “Tools” button and select “Settings”.
Write down the ports listed in “TCP Port Listen” and “UDP Listen Port.” Click the “X” button to close the window.
Open the browser and enter the internal IP address on most routers address 192.168.0.1 for the router administration page in the navigation pane. If you are not sure which is the IP address, check the documentation that came with your router.
Login to the Router Administration page using the default username and password. You can see the “Default Password Router” page on Portward.com.
Open the “Firewall” or “Security” tab and click “Settings”. The exact procedure for accessing the Settings option will vary, depending on your brand and model router.
Select the computer from the drop-down list, if possible, and then click the “Allow for individual applications.” Click “Add new apps.” If you see Vuze already in the list, select it and click “Edit”.
Enter a name in the box to help you remember the purpose of this connection – for example, type “Vuze”, “File Sharing” or “Azureus”.
Enter the port number previously recorded.
Click the “Add Definition” button and click the “Back” button.
Click “Done” to confirm. Reboot the Vuze. Click the “Help” button and select “NAT / Firewall Test”.
Click the “Test” button and wait for the results. Vuze must report, “It’s okay.” If not, re-enter the router and double-check the settings.11 January 2016