Stop azureus from updating
Note: the same advice applies to re-adding already completed files back to Vuze.
There is also a separate article Seed an existing file about that.
Quite often all of sudden the internet connection will seem like it’s been cut off as if someone is using Net Cut and there are problems browsing the web, Skype or your messenger program disconnects etc.
Pinging the router could well give a “Request time out” error message. To get back the connection, you might need to disconnect and reconnect the internet connection, restart the router or even reboot the computer if the problem is really bad.
Download, install, load a torrent file and it’ll start downloading, provided any needed ports are forwarded correctly.
If you don’t tweak the configurations, most probably it’ll take you longer to complete downloading the torrent because the default configuration might not be very well optimized for your router or internet connection.
Vuze will then keep a copy of all active .torrent files also there.
Many popular Bit Torrent clients such as u Torrent/Bit Torrent, Bit Comet and Vuze can work right out of the box.
Change the value from 0 (unlimited) to a more usable connection number (100) in the “Value:” box below, then click Apply.1.
During downloading and seeding Vuze has a copy of the .torrent file in the 'active' subdirectory inside your configuration directory.
However, as that directory is usually at your OS user profile, it can be separated from the data and may even lie on another disk.
Vuze (formerly Azureus) is a free Bit Torrent client, which is used to transfer files via the Bit Torrent protocol.
The application is written in Java and uses the Azureus Engine.