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I use internet from my ISP with cable connections. Whenever i download any torrent with more seed/peers, it get downloaded within seconds due to local seed. Is their any method through which i can know torrents or torrent hash that are being used or downloaded in my network connections. So that I could save time by just downloading only that particular torrents.

asked 09 May '16, 02:34

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closed 09 May '16, 04:01

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Not with Wireshark, as that will only show traffic after you have started the torrent download.

Not really a topic for this site.

(09 May '16, 04:01) grahamb ♦

But i have seen various topics of torrent detection in LAN network with wireshark, but i couldn't get it, hence this question

(09 May '16, 04:20) monsterdevil

The question has been closed for the following reason "Question is off-topic or not relevant" by grahamb 09 May '16, 04:01

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