lolcat

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  1. If you are on linux or is capable of installing a ssh-client on your computer, then setting up BTSync would be trivial and I would help you. If you can't set up ssh on your computer, then I suggest getting someone to do it for you.
  2. Mine? They all have random IPv6 addresses and IPv4 starting with 37.191.*.*. I could check the exact IPs if they are relevant.
  3. Or BTSyncs UPnP implementation. It kept trying to communicate with my television. I just disabled UPnP, it is pointless to use. I don't have a NAT and all my devices are open to the internet.