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26-12-2006, 19:26
Hi there,

I almost read everything about the possibilities of the alternate BT client on the WL700, and installed the KF release firmware, (it working good,:D many thanks for KF by the way) but I almost looking for a BT client working on this router and I can managing from a web based or a graph windows interface.

Anyone has an idea, or i missing something and there is any solution ? :confused:


26-12-2006, 21:09
Have a look at some of the other posts about a program called "Transmission". It goes what you ask for: Downloading of BT and a Web interface.

I'm currently testing it and I'm still not sure how I like it. So far it seems to be slower then Azureus on the desktop. Maybe this due to the maximum number of peers one can connect to or maybe the 400mhz processor is the limiting factor.

I hope you'll get it to work and have some good result with it.

05-01-2007, 20:33
I'm not sure if the cpu or the number of connections is the speed factor for transmission and other torrent clients running on the router.

Maybe we have just been spoilt by the complex algorithms azureus and utorrent use to find peers?

I know azureus will still work when the tracker is down, which is something the router definitely won't do. There is a http webui plugin for azureus, aswell as a downloadable source file - it may be possible eventually to get azureus going on this router. The only dependency is a Java JRE (which unfortunately doesn't exist already - there should be some sourcecode to build these somewhere now that Sun have opensourced it...)

05-01-2007, 20:49
the thing is some trackers block transmission...

and many other threads at the official forum.


11-04-2009, 20:07
Hi, did you guys have a look at enhanced Ctorrent?http://www.rahul.net/dholmes/ctorrent/ I use it together with the CTCS which gives a web interface where you can control the downloads. Works great for me, and enhanced ctorrent is fast. Though it seems that you have to start the download "by hand", that is by logging in. But you can fix that with a script that checks a folder every now and then and starts downloading whatever torrent file is in there.