(08-05-2015, 09:07 AM)'GaryE' Wrote: What port do you have Vuze configured to use?
It seems that something else is using that port. Change the port to something different (preferably in the approximate range of 50,000 - 60,000).
If you need help doing that let us know and someone will talk you through it. In case you already know . . . I did not want to take the time to tell you something you knew already!
Ok you need to go to settings or preferences or whatever it is called on Windows. On Mac it is located in the Vuze pull down menu. -- As I was rereading the thread before posting I see that you are on a Mac . . . you can just press command-, on Mac's to get to the preferences screen.
You will see a bunch of stuff. Find the item labled Connection . . . and click it. (if you do not see Connection click on Mode and change the setting to Advanced . . . you will definately see it then!)
The window to the right will get pouplated with a bunch of options. The first thing listed should say:
Incomming TCP Listen port
What number is listed????
ideally it should be a number between 50,000 and 60,000 (that is a rough estimate . . . the actual range is a bit larger but I can never remember the exact numbers LOL but the range of 50,000 to 60,000 is more than enough).
Change it to a random number of your choosing in that range.
You will also see UDP listen port . . . change that to a different number in the 50,000 - 60,000 range
Is the check-box next to "Randomize listen ports on Startup" checked? If it is change the range to 50,000 to 60,000 that should sort you out. If that check box is unchecked . . . leave it unchecked. If the check box is unchecked do no worry about changing the range.
After doing that . . . the easiest thing to do is to click on Save (at the bottom left of the preferences window) then quit Vuze and restart it. Hopefully you will no longer get that message. Please report back and let us know if that worked or not!