Please make yourself aware of the Ultra.cc Fair Usage Policy. Directly pointing any torrent client to seed from your cloud storage using Rclone will create extreme strain on your slot's disk and _WILL_ cause a 24-hour ban on accessing your cloud storage repeatedly. It is _your_ responsibility to ensure usage is within acceptable limits. Ignorance is not an excuse.
Transmission is a BitTorrent client which features a variety of user interfaces written in C/Objective-C. It is:
Open Source and volunteer-based
Easy to use Lean and low on resources
Written in Objective C
- Powerful client with several features:
- Web interface
- Peer exchange
- Magnet link support
- DHT, µTP, UPnP, and NAT-PMP port forwarding
- Webseed support
- Watch directories
- Tracker editing
- Global and per-torrent speed limits
For more information, you can view the complete list of features here.
Transmission is already configured and tuned out of the box. Just install the client, enter your desired password, and press Connect to log in to your Transmission Web Interface.
Default File Paths
Default Downloads Folder:
Transmissions's config folder:
Limiting Seeding Ratio
In this guide, we'll be exploring options on how to limit your seeding torrent's ratio in Transmission. One where you will apply seeding limit to all of your torrents.
Global Seeding Limit
Access Transmission's Settings
On Torrents -> Seeding, check Stop seeding at ratio: and enter 2. This will stop all torrents from seeding when it hits 2.0 ratio.
Using Transmission Remote GUI
Transmission Remote GUI is a feature-rich cross-platform front-end to control the Transmission daemon via its RPC protocol remotely. It is faster and has more functionality than the built-in Transmission web interface.
Native application for Windows, Linux, and macOS
Select files to download
Choose files priority
View details about connected peers
Full information about each torrent Per torrent options
You can visit the repository here: https://github.com/transmission-remote-gui/transgui
Install the program using the links below. Listed are the direct links to the latest version of the program.
v5.18.0 Windows 64-bit: https://github.com/transmission-remote-gui/transgui/releases/download/v5.18.0/transgui-5.18.0-setup_64bit.exe Windows 32-bit: https://github.com/transmission-remote-gui/transgui/releases/download/v5.18.0/transgui-5.18.0-setup.exe macOS (x86): https://github.com/transmission-remote-gui/transgui/releases/download/v5.18.0/transgui-5.18.0.dmg
For Windows, you may have to install an additional program; otherwise, upon connection, you will be greeted with the following error message.
Unable to load OpenSSL library files: ssleay32.dll and libeay32.dll
Connecting and Using Transmission Remote GUI
Connecting to your Ultra.cc Transmission is a relatively simple process.
Creating a New Connection
Upon your first launch, you should be greeted with a box to input your details, which are as follows:
Remote host: username.lwxxx.usbx.me Port: 443 Use SSL: Ticked Authentication required: Ticked Always Auto-Connect: Ticked Username: Found in your Ultra.cc Control Panel Password: Found in your Ultra.cc Control Panel RPC path: /transmission/rpc
If you had to backtrack because of SSL Error, you could also go to Manage Connections in the top left corner
If you receive a popup regarding Geo IP, select yes, as this will allow you to see the Peers Country’s location.
Add your first .torrent file
Add a .torrent file to transmission via the remote first click Torrent in the top left of the small GUI, add a torrent. This will open your file explorer for you to add your .torrent file