Seems like TMNet has already installed a system to block international torrent port. TMNet has recently installed hardware that is able to control P2P via deep packet inspection of the traffic passing through its network. These devices are able to detect and limit / throttle P2P data transmission – including encrypted torrents.
You may have luck bypassing TMNet’s throttle with one of the following methods:
- VPN / SOCKS Proxy
So we are in trouble now! Where to download TV Series? How do we get the latest pirated version of software? ops!
Pando is the solution. Free personal P2P software that makes sending and receiving large files and folders a breeze. Need to email large attachments, IM a folder, or publish your download able videos to the Web? Meet Pando. But it still based on P2P.
The important things are … it is 100% Clean. No spyware, no adware.