Networking issue seems to prevent all torrenting


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I am not sure how long this has been going on, torrents are kinda secondary for me but now i realize that i am dead in the water. New torrents added to Deluge do not download. My main private tracker says I am not connectable. Deluge has been my main torrenting container for a while, but after some troubleshooting, I went ahead and installed a fresh instance of the LinuxServer QBitTorrent container, but it has the exact same issue. Unable to even begin a download.

 

I have what should be the relevant ports forwarded from my router to my unraid IP address. I also have upnp and whatnot turned on. Despite that, nothing is downloading. I feel like somewhere along the way I  may have broken something somewhere while tinkering.

 

One of the hints that this is a larger networking issue is that my deluge log says:

 

12:08:42 [WARNING ][deluge.i18n.util :83 ] IOError when loading translations: [Errno 2] No translation file found for domain: 'deluge'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'32pag.es'/": invalid hostname: b'32pag.es'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'stackoverflow.tech'/": invalid hostname: b'stackoverflow.tech'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'iptorrents.com'/": invalid hostname: b'iptorrents.com'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'empirehost.me'/": invalid hostname: b'empirehost.me'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'bakabt.me'/": invalid hostname: b'bakabt.me'

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I have no idea where that "b" at the end of "http://" is coming from, but that seems like a likely problem.

 

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On 11/29/2019 at 1:50 PM, smashingtool said:

I am not sure how long this has been going on, torrents are kinda secondary for me but now i realize that i am dead in the water. New torrents added to Deluge do not download. My main private tracker says I am not connectable. Deluge has been my main torrenting container for a while, but after some troubleshooting, I went ahead and installed a fresh instance of the LinuxServer QBitTorrent container, but it has the exact same issue. Unable to even begin a download.

 

I have what should be the relevant ports forwarded from my router to my unraid IP address. I also have upnp and whatnot turned on. Despite that, nothing is downloading. I feel like somewhere along the way I  may have broken something somewhere while tinkering.

 

One of the hints that this is a larger networking issue is that my deluge log says:

 

12:08:42 [WARNING ][deluge.i18n.util :83 ] IOError when loading translations: [Errno 2] No translation file found for domain: 'deluge'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'32pag.es'/": invalid hostname: b'32pag.es'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'stackoverflow.tech'/": invalid hostname: b'stackoverflow.tech'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'iptorrents.com'/": invalid hostname: b'iptorrents.com'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'empirehost.me'/": invalid hostname: b'empirehost.me'
12:09:59 [WARNING ][deluge.httpdownloader :315 ] Error occurred downloading file from "http://b'bakabt.me'/": invalid hostname: b'bakabt.me'

[Click and drag to move]

 

I have no idea where that "b" at the end of "http://" is coming from, but that seems like a likely problem.

 

This is still an issue with new Deluge docker installs as of 03-14-2020. Did you find a solution to this?

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