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Just as title explains: I'm looking for Bittorrent client whose IPv6 support can be enabled or disabled and is not Azureus. It needs to work on Windows, but GNU/Linux support (even if Wine is needed) is a plus.

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utorrent has been the defacto bitorrent client of choice for many people (its also the official bitorrent client these days) - it has a button that i presume turns on and off ipv6 support (and works with teredo), is lightweight, and runs on wine.

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Can you tell me where that button is? I switched from it to Azureus because I couldn't find the button. –  AndrejaKo May 12 '11 at 23:03
Are you quite sure about the button? I just checked the preferences interface again and was unable to locate the button. –  AndrejaKo May 13 '11 at 0:07
my bad, its 'install ipv6/teredo' button in general that i confused with it. There's an advanced option for disabling incoming ipcgv6 in the advanced tab –  Journeyman Geek May 13 '11 at 0:43
Thanks! The option in my version is called net.disable_incoming_ipv6. –  AndrejaKo May 13 '11 at 0:48
i run utorrent on another computer and i had to go over and check ;p –  Journeyman Geek May 13 '11 at 0:50

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