11-20-2015, 02:08 AM
(This post was last modified: 12-13-2015, 06:47 PM by matie000.)
I have been using Vuze Plus for several months via ExpressVPN without any problems whatsoever. Then suddenly this week everything stopped downloading, with the Tracker Status for every item showing either "Connection Error (No data received from tracker)" or "OK (DHT backup only". There are now red faces for every item in the download queue, whereas until yesterday they were all green.
Can anyone plase advise why Vuze was working beautifully until yesterday, then suddenly stopped? Nothing has changed on my end. I read through previous postings where other people have expressed similar problems, however I haven't been able to see any solutions Consequently I haven't taken any action to try to fix the issue. Don't understand why Vuze would suddenly stop working.
I use Vuze only on a Mac Desktop, OS 10.8.5. Latest Vuze 5.6.2.
I posted this thread on the Community Open Pages but no one has replied with any possible solutions, so thought I need to post in this forum regarding connecxtion and download problems. I would appreciate any assistance anyone can offer, as I can't understand why Vuze has suddenly stopped working.
Lo and Behold - after several weeks of not being able to download anything, and trying every 2 days, Vuze suddenly started working again, as mysteriously as it suddenly stopped! I did absolutely nothing on my end - it just started working again! Strange.
I am currently experiencing the same issue. I have been using vuze for years currently on version 126.96.36.199 and all my downloads are red when they used to be green and will not download. In the tracker status I get Error: Offline - Network not enabled for url. Everything has worked fine up until this point and I have not changed any settings. My ISP has remained the same. I updated VUZE to the current version but it acted in the same way so I reverted back to the version 188.8.131.52 in attempts to resolve my issue where it started.
I ran a network test and everything passed with a green ok until the very end when I got No incoming connections received, likely NAT problems so i ran a NAT/firewall test and both incoming TCP and UDP passed with "ok"
really not sure what the issue would be and cant seem to get this working. any help would be greatly appreciated. I have read the wiki on download stuck and it did not assist me with this issue. Also i am not using a VPN currently.
I am currently running VUZE on a mac on the latest version of El Capitan 10.11.2 which is the only upgrade/change I made since then and Im not sure if vuze was working properly before the upgrade or not as it was a few weeks since I used it.
Sounds like you have the VPN enabled but you are not using VPN so the VPN kill switch is not allowing any connections. But I am less than certain!
01-04-2016, 08:31 PM
(This post was last modified: 01-04-2016, 08:34 PM by freeway9.)
Ok I have been racking my brain trying to figure this issue out without any luck.
I have reverted my computer back to its last original state (through time machine) when I knew VUZE was working. I have never had a VPN and I have not changed any settings in VUZE or elsewhere that would cause this change. Even when I update VUZE to the current version the status remains the same which is:
I attempt to download a file and the face stays red and there is no download or upload and the tracker status continues to say Error: Offline - Network not enabled for url. every torrent I try does the same thing. Oddly enough, the update for VUZE downloads no problem.
Could my ISP be responsible for this? are they able to completely block torrent activity. Its the only thing I can think of.
GaryE thanks for the reply. Unfortunately I dont have a VPN and have not changed any setting which would trigger the VPN kill switch.
is this happening to anyone else? I continue to do the Network test, which passes all the way through until the end telling me there were no inbound connections received.
Are you using just one torrent site? Or is this happening on more than one site?
It could be a prolonged outage!