What do flags in the Flags column at Utorrent mean?

  • D = Currently downloading (interested and not choked)

  • d = Your client wants to download, but peer doesn’t want to send (interested and choked)

  • U = Currently uploading (interested and not choked)

  • u = Peer wants your client to upload, but your client doesn’t want to (interested and choked)

  • O = Optimistic unchoke

  • S = Peer is snubbed

  • I = Peer is an incoming connection

  • K = Peer is unchoking your client, but your client is not interested

  • ? = Your client unchoked the peer but the peer is not interested

  • X = Peer was included in peerlists obtained through Peer Exchange (PEX)

  • H = Peer was obtained through DHT.

  • E = Peer is using Protocol Encryption (all traffic)

  • e = Peer is using Protocol Encryption (handshake)

  • L = Peer is local (discovered through network broadcast, or in reserved local IP ranges)

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