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Can't surf in Browser while Vuze is loading something
#1
Hi guys, 

I didn't find something through search, so I ask directly.

I have a problem since a few weeks. Everytime I start a download with vuze my browsers (Chrome, Firefox) aren't working and I get time outs while opening a page. First I thought it was my connection itself so I analyzed and analyzed and once I stopped the Vuze dowload it worked again, when I started the download it once again didn't work, the interesting thing it isn't always like that sometimes I can surf while vuze is loading but most of the time as soon as I start a download, I can't surf anymore but the download has a speed of 2-5 mb/s.

I also checked the network via Vuze and when the problem occurs it looks like that:



Code:
Test starting
Default public address is XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
1 NAT device found
FRITZ!Box Fon WLAN 7360: address=192.168.178.1:49000, public address=192.0.0.2
No SOCKS proxy found
No HTTP proxy found
No explicit bind address set
Testing HTTP outbound
Test successful
Testing TCP outbound
Test failed: Outbound test failed
Testing UDP outbound
Test failed: Outbound test failed
Testing TCP port 65305 inbound
Test failed: NAT test failed: Error: Connection timed out: connect
Check your port forwarding for TCP 65305
Testing UDP port 65305 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 65305
2 public/external addresses found
192.0.0.2
failed to lookup AS: Query failed for '2.0.0.192.origin.asn.cymru.com'
XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX
AS details: as=XXXX,asn=XXXX bgp_prefx=XXX.XXX.0.0/16[/XXX.XXX.0.0-/XXX.XXX.255.255]
Vuze Services test
Vuze Website - www.vuze.com
Failed: Connection timed out: connect
Client Website - client.vuze.com
Failed: Connection timed out: connect
Version Server - version.vuze.com
Failed: Connection timed out: connect
Pairing Server - pair.vuze.com
Failed: Connection timed out: connect
License Server - license.vuze.com
Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL(R), OU=See www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps (c)13, OU=GT10270993, SERIALNUMBER=6iRebnvENcZAngMRRe2EIbG-U9aO6U7U
Connection result: 200/OK
Plugins Website - plugins.vuze.com
Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL(R), OU=See www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps (c)13, OU=GT10270993, SERIALNUMBER=6iRebnvENcZAngMRRe2EIbG-U9aO6U7U
Connection result: 200/OK
Indirect Connect test
Connecting to https://www.vuze.com
Certificate: CN=*.vuze.com, OU=Domain Control Validated - RapidSSL(R), OU=See www.rapidssl.com/resources/cps (c)13, OU=GT10270993, SERIALNUMBER=6iRebnvENcZAngMRRe2EIbG-U9aO6U7U
Connection result: 200/OK
Distributed protocol test
Incoming routing established for DDC63DFD64D4C18861D87CA6C6B2A9529DE2F128
Searching 128 contacts for 8 test targets
Making outbound connection to /76.122.160.207:60013
Making outbound connection to /121.208.138.19:6881
(LL 1) Outbound connection fail: end of stream on socket read
Making outbound connection to /89.212.6.205:58879
Making outbound connection to /86.90.162.62:10575
Making outbound connection to /86.72.233.218:6881
Making outbound connection to /98.118.28.164:11132
Making outbound connection to /71.197.163.12:23542
Making outbound connection to /96.235.188.191:14867
Making outbound connection to /101.175.214.183:22541
Searching complete, 9 targets found
Status: sessions=8, out_attempts=9, out_connect=9, in_connect=0
Destroying tester
Results
Test complete
Outbound,Leecher,connected, hand sent, hand !recv, bitf !sent, bitf !recv
Outbound,Seed,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Seed,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Leecher,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Seed,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Leecher,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Seed,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Leecher,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
Outbound,Seed,connected, hand sent, hand recv, bitf sent, bitf recv
No incoming connections received, likely NAT problems
Incoming routing destroyed for DDC63DFD64D4C18861D87CA6C6B2A9529DE2F128


I also asked my provider for help but they couldn't find a problem and when I'm looking into my router menu there is no problem and I have a perfect connection. So I think either I have a setting in my vuze activated that causes this problem or there is a bug, whould be interesting if I'm the only one with the problem.

Cheers.
 
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#2
Sorry I forgot to read the sticky =/

Operating System and version (examples: MacOS X 10.4.7 or WinXP SP2)
Windows 8.1
The text from the 'System' area on the 'About' page (Help -> About or Vuze -> About)
​Java 1.6.0_43
Sun Microsystems Inc.
SWT v4508, win32
Windows 8 v6.2, amd64
V5.5.0.0/4 az3

Antivirus software + version.
Eset Smart Security Version 8.0.304.4

Firewall software + version.
Eset Smart Security Version 8.0.304.4

Internet Service Provider and following information (if problem seems to be with connections)
M-Net, Germany (from Provider side everything works in my router I can see that I get full speed and like I said I download with 5 mb/s the only problem is that while I download with vuze the browser doesn't load any pages and gets a timeout, which is gone as soon as I stop the vuze download)

Using a Router and/or modem with Network Address Translation? Answers: Yes, No, Unknown
Yes and I already forwarded Vuze in my firewall and the router itself a AVM Fritz!Box 7360

Using a Wireless Connection? Answers: Yes, No
No

Do the Health status on your torrents have Green smilies? Answers: Red, Yellow, Grey, Mixed
Yellow

Post anything you've already tried to fix the problem.
Resetting Router, check network configs etc.
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#3
You're probably saturating your upload - try setting the upload rate limit to around 80% of the theoretical max.

Also check out http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Network_connection_dying
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#4
(02-05-2015, 08:51 AM)'parg' Wrote: You're probably saturating your upload - try setting the upload rate limit to around 80% of the theoretical max.

Also check out http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Network_connection_dying

 

No I have the upload limit at 100kb/s while downloading after the download is finished it goes up but then the browser works again.


 
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