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What does this mean
#1
Every link i click on goes to this, what does it mean


'5354370': Server returned HTTP response code: 503 for URL: http://extratorrent.cc/download/5354370/
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#2
Never mind, I figured it out. The folder I was trying to send it to was no longer there after reinstall.
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#3
Hello, 
I have the same message but  different code , how did you fix your downloading issue ? 
Thank you
Nicole
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#4
I am having the same issue as Nicole and Rob. I have not changed the folder that files are being sent to. When I clicked on the link in Rob's post, it opened as a torrent and his download started for me so I tried the same thing with mine and it worked.
In other words, I had the error pop up "Server Returned HTTP Response Code 503 or URL:" and then the link that needs to be copied for the download to begin.

Any ideas what the fix might be? I have already tried reinstalling Vuze.
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#5
yeah. Im having the same issue
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#6
http://forum.vuze.com/Thread-Cannot-down...5#pid19295
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#7
I am having the same issue. The folders I have assigned for the torrents download and the files are ok. I would appreciate it if anyone finds the definitive answer. It is comforting to know that others are experiencing the same issue.
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#8
See https://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#Tor...de:_503.27
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#9
Thanks parg,
So if I have ths right, Extratorrent has enabled Cloudfare DDOS and the way around it is to copy the link from the failed notice into my browser which will in turn open up in Vuze and my downoad will begin.

My question is (as I know nothing about Cloudfare DDOS), is this temporary or is it now permanent?
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#10
(12-28-2016, 01:51 PM)'Squat Cobbler' Wrote: Thanks parg,
So if I have ths right, Extratorrent has enabled Cloudfare DDOS and the way around it is to copy the link from the failed notice into my browser which will in turn open up in Vuze and my downoad will begin.

My question is (as I know nothing about Cloudfare DDOS), is this temporary or is it now permanent?

 
Would not that be an issue for the owners or administrators of extratorrent.cc? Or is the vuze responsible for the site behind the rags? :D
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#11
Yup its at it again, it worked for a while yesterday, I don't know why, but like you all said , its doing the same crap...
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#12
'5354370': Server returned HTTP response code: 503 for URL: http://extratorrent.cc/download/5354370/
have you found a fix ??  same error coming up for me.
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#13
Is this the kind of thing Vuse will do a work around for, or are we kinda screwed?
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#14
See https://wiki.vuze.com/w/Known_Issues#Tor...de:_503.27

There is a work around in 5741_B10
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#15
I meant a fix not a work around.  to be able to select from the content on the search page and download it directly into vuze instead of the other three step process
Even the extra torrent subscriptions are screwed, any fix for that ?
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#16
(12-28-2016, 05:13 PM)'Rob B' Wrote: I meant a fix not a work around.  to be able to select from the content on the search page and download it directly into vuze instead of the other three step process
Even the extra torrent subscriptions are screwed, any fix for that ?

Hey Rob,
From what I found (after googling cloudflare ddos extratorrent), it seems Pirate Bay and Extratorrent have been 'under attack' due to somebody being upset at new rules or something to that effect.
Long story short: it's not a Vuze thing, it's coming from the sites


 
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