Recently, Comcast has stopped the seeding of torrents.
The following fix has been test on Linux and I am trying to figure out the equivalent for CISCO boxes.
Basically, what they're doing is telling your computer it needs to close it's TCP connection at a certain port (in this case, your torrent clients' port) via the RST TCP reset command.
In Linux, it's a simple fix. Every modern Linux distribution has iptables, so all you have to do is set it up to block this RST command. This should also work in BSD systems, Mac OS X, or any system with iptables.
All you have to do is run the following command, with superuser privileges (change the word $port to whatever port your torrent client uses).
Run in your shell/terminal: iptables -A INPUT -p tcp --dport $port --tcp-flags RST RST -j DROP
OK after all that here is the million dollar question.... I there an equivalent way to block these on a CISCO router (ok I know there is but what is it).....