If we require a large amount of data to be transfered from one place to another, we all know using the "torrent protocol" is an extremely efficient way of succeed.
The hope is that this document will become a formal specification, written in clear, unambiguous terms, which can be used as a basis for discussion and implementation in the future. version 1.0) of the Bit Torrent protocol specification.
This document is intended to be maintained and used by the Bit Torrent development community. Currently, this applies to the torrent file structure, peer wire protocol, and the Tracker HTTP/HTTPS protocol specifications.
Everyone is invited to contribute to this document, with the understanding that the content here is intended to represent the current protocol, which is already deployed in a number of existing client implementations. As newer revisions of each protocol are defined, they should be specified on their own separate pages, not here.
Bit Torrent is a peer-to-peer file sharing protocol designed by Bram Cohen.
Visit his pages at Torrent is designed to facilitate file transfers among multiple peers across unreliable networks.
The purpose of this specification is to document version 1.0 of the Bit Torrent protocol specification in detail.
Bram's protocol specification page outlines the protocol in somewhat general terms, and lacks behaviorial detail in some areas.
Ensure you've set the correct IP address, port and that u Torrent is definitely connectable.
You can run a u Torrent's test to check that out by going to Options Very interesting, I will have to try it out.