NatCheck – check your port forwarding and BitTorrent setup
Instructions: Open your BitTorrent client and start a transfer as you would normally. Note the port that it is
listening on and the hash ID of the torrent (a 40-character alphanumeric string.) If you only have a single
client open, use the first port in the range, which is usually 6881. To get the hash ID of the torrent, do one of the following:
- Check the website with the torrent link, often the “about” or “details” page will list its hash ID.
- Use TorrentSpy on the .torrent file.
- Use the “details” page if you are using one of the clients with this feature.
- Paste the torrent link into DumpTorrent (or give it
the path and filename of a local .torrent file) and copy the hash ID from its output.
Enter the values below, and select “Run test now!” to see if your system can accept incoming connections with bittorrent sites.
The test will be run on the IP address: 126.96.36.199 ()
Note: you will see an access attempt from this server (188.8.131.52)