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Can't Download Torrents
#1
I'm currently having issues downloading any torrents, through the failure of the metadownload - this usually results in the following message:

Downloading From :magnet:?xt=urn:btih:2ea254e57648c31c9495f83f25449837a3b242a4&&&&...
Waiting for DDB initialization...
Searching...
Found 0
Trying secondary lookup service
Secondary lookup failed: no sources found
Metadata download created
Error :  no sources found for torrent

I ran a Network Status test, which produced the following:

Test starting
Default public address is 88.3.55.110
0 NAT devices found
No SOCKS proxy found
No HTTP proxy found
No explicit bind address set
Testing HTTP outbound
    Test successful
Testing TCP outbound
    Test successful
Testing UDP outbound
    Test successful
Testing TCP port 16560 inbound
    Test failed: NAT test failed: Connection to 88.3.55.110:16560 (your computer) refused
    Check your port forwarding for TCP 16560

Testing UDP port 16560 inbound
    Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=5000)
    Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=10000)
    Sending outbound packet and waiting for reply probe (timeout=15000)
    Sending completion event
    Test failed: Inbound test failed
    Check your port forwarding for UDP 16560
1 public/external addresses found
    88.3.55.110
    AS details: as=3352,asn=TELEFONICA_DE_ESPANA , ES, bgp_prefx=88.3.0.0/16[/88.3.0.0-/88.3.255.255]
Vuze Services test
    Vuze Website - http://www.vuze.com
        Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
        Connection result: 200/OK
    Client Website - client.vuze.com
        Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
        Connection result: 200/OK
    Version Server - version.vuze.com
        Connection result: 200/OK
    Pairing Server - pair.vuze.com
        Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
        Connection result: 200/OK
    License Server - license.vuze.com
        Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
        Connection result: 200/OK
    Plugins Website - plugins.vuze.com
        Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
        Connection result: 200/OK
Indirect Connect test
    Connecting to https://www.vuze.com
    Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL®, OU=See http://www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps ©15, OU=GT10270993
    Connection result: 200/OK
Distributed protocol test
  Incoming routing established for 9DB1BD5F5CA9D2EEDCD39BBCF0E2B9C3BBFC87FC
  Searching 0 contacts for 0 test targets
  Searching complete, 0 targets found
  Results
      insufficient outbound connects for analysis
  Incoming routing destroyed for 9DB1BD5F5CA9D2EEDCD39BBCF0E2B9C3BBFC87FC
Test complete

I'm not the most technologically minded, so if there's any simple way to fix this issue, or if someone could run me through the process that would be absolutely magnificent.

Many thanks!
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#2
Looks like you are firewalled and can't receive any incoming connections. Check your computer's AntiVirus/Firewall settings to ensure that Vuze is allowed to receive incoming TCP and UDP connections.
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#3
I've checked this, my macs firewall is set to allow all incoming connections for Vuze. I don't have any antivirus installed apart from what comes with the mac as standard.Any other potential fixes for this problem?
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#4
You most likely have a NAT device (e.g. a router, cable modem) that needs configuring to allow incoming connections. Your ISP has allocated you a public IP address of 88.3.55.110 (might have changed since you did the test). Your computer is most likely on a local subnet (go to Tools->Options->Mode and select 'advanced' then Tools->Options->Connection->Advanced Network Settings to see your local adapters)
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#5
I keep getting the below error

Please help

Downloading From :http://extratorrent.cc/download/5319623/

Error : I/O Exception while initializing download of 'http://extratorrent.cc/download/5319623/':java.net.ConnectException: Connection refused: connect
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