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Well you can punch me but it won't solve your problem this is why

Firewall or filtering -> Encryption all bets are off

Mac filtering ->change his mac or just use a virtual machine

block his ip -> just get a new ip and then there's services like YF to bypass it aswell

Port filtering ->have you ever use a torrent application? Good luck in blocking sixty-five thousand five-hundred and thirty-five ports
^that's tcp alone. There's udp still
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He does pay too. Also, if there's a takedown notice for my IP downloading stuff illegally, but its his PC, who takes the smack?
Assuming there isn't a serious legal issue (child porn), then they would usually give you a warning, then not sell your apartment or wherever internet anymore.
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wow you guys don't read anything.... can i just close this thread I think I've got enough info...
go to utorrents help file. There's only 1 way to do it. Just search for double nat in the help file. You'll find your answer there. That's the only way to do it.
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This would be ideal.
That would be terrible. He'll figure out it's your gateway as soon as he connects to another network or directly to the wall.

Besides, you'd be blocking DNS... and any messenger he might use. Basically, you'd make it immediately apparent somewhere is wrong and he'll figure it out the same day.


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Well you can punch me but it won't solve your problem this is why

Firewall or filtering -> Encryption all bets are off

Mac filtering ->change his mac or just use a virtual machine

block his ip -> just get a new ip and then there's services like YF to bypass it aswell

Port filtering ->have you ever use a torrent application? Good luck in blocking sixty-five thousand five-hundred and thirty-five ports
You're assuming he knows how to do any of that...

And what? He'll get a new IP? How? The gateway assigns the IP. OP has control over that.


OP, you're going to have to get a Linksys WRT54GL and install CFW on it if you want to do anything except completely blocking him out (which you can do with wireless encryption and not giving him the key). I say just talk to the guy.

You probably don't wanna be on bad terms with him anyway...

In any case, using DD-WRT or Tomato you'll be able to filter BT traffic (if he doesn't use encryption). If he does, you can just cap his upload with QoS.
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That would be terrible. He'll figure out it's your gateway as soon as he connects to another network or directly to the wall.

Besides, you'd be blocking DNS... and any messenger he might use. Basically, you'd make it immediately apparent somewhere is wrong and he'll figure it out the same day.



You're assuming he knows how to do any of that...

And what? He'll get a new IP? How? The gateway assigns the IP. OP has control over that.


OP, you're going to have to get a Linksys WRT54GL and install CFW on it if you want to do anything except completely blocking him out (which you can do with wireless encryption and not giving him the key). I say just talk to the guy.

You probably don't wanna be on bad terms with him anyway...

In any case, using DD-WRT or Tomato you'll be able to filter BT traffic (if he doesn't use encryption). If he does, you can just cap his upload with QoS.
great idea then the op cut himself off from the internet aswell. Go to a torrent clients help file. you'll see there's help in there to bypass all of that. Ten year olds know how to bypass filtering. A quick search with google will tell him aswell. So you got to think outside the box.
post #36 of 39
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.... seriously this thread needs to die. You guys aren't reading any details, probably because a bunch of you posted useless stuff

my gateway assigns the same IP by mac address, i configured this a while ago so that my DMZ setting wont change for my server.

This guy couldn't figure out how to re-enable his wireless by flipping the physical switch, when I disabled it today, he sure as hell won't know how to change ports or scan for open ones. I've already stated he's terrible with computers.

He doesn't connect to WiFi at school, he only uses the home WiFi. So he probably won't even know.

And guys, stop suggesting I talk to him. I'm going to. This thread was intended as backup in the event I needed to take action. Please read -_-
 
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Here is your router product page. According to it, it does have QoS settings.

http://www.actiontec.com/products/product.php?pid=200
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wow you guys don't read anything.... can i just close this thread I think I've got enough info...
Including you. I told you, home grade equipment probably does not support traffic shaping. You need a hardware device that can utilize Qos, ACL, and/or protocol policing.

You can't filter out Bittorrent traffic unless you catch it on a protocol level because it uses a dynamic method of port surfing as a method to bypass firewalls.
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