The reason I ask is that I don't want to waste time checking whether any of the peers in the new list are the same as the new list.Thanks in advance This can easily be found by observing a swarm in the wild, or reading the (unofficial) specification: wiki.theory.org/Bit Torrent Specification#Tracker_Response Trackers can respond with any set of peers they want.The peer sends a message to the torrent tracker to register its interest in a torrent file.

Even if you have a ground breaking internet speed and less peer & seeds, it’s obvious the rate at which the file downloads will be less.

Basically it is an server, which contacts the peers (basically the devices holding the torrent file connected in a network) and transfers the data between them using Bit Torrent protocol (P2P protocol).

If the trackers will be good than you can utilize the full downloading speed from torrent client.

Generally trackers are downloaded as default while you start your torrent file in torrent client.

Perhaps it might be easier to do this with the u Torrent Web UI, but again I don't know if a solution already exists. Unless someone else has already added the tracker, you won't find anyone.

I think you can add trackers to multiple selected torrents in u Torrent, but that will remove other trackers that exist already. And if they've just added the tracker, guess what, you'll already see them on the tracker that came with it.

The requests include metrics from clients that help the tracker keep overall statistics about the torrent.

The response includes a peer list that helps the client participate in the torrent swarm.

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