First, check the port utorrent is using (options, preference, connection) and disable uPnP-mapping.
Comodo settings (I am using 188.8.131.52)
Go to Network Security Policy to the ‘Global Rules’-tab.
Add the following:
TCP or UDP
Source address: Any
Destination address: single IP (your computer’s static IP)
Source port: any
Destination port: a single port (the one you found in the utorrent connection settings).
This should do the job and gives you a green utorrent running
Hello. If I run uTorrent, then others connections gone down (IE, FF, Miranda etc.). IE + FF shown me 404 error, Miranda shown me “Unable to connect to ICQ communication server, error 10055”. This error means this:
hbobeck’s solution worked for me also (thanks!) but it is necessary to move the newly created rule one position up in the Network Control Rules list, so that the incoming uTorrent connections would not be blocked by the previous application of the catch-all rule blocking&logging every connection. Once I did this, I got the blessed green network status icon on uTorrent.
The thread also has a link to the FAQs/Threads - Read Me First with a whole bunch more links, categorized by type of issue.
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