Unknown Client in the Peers inspector tab? Post it here.

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x190
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lazybones wrote:Why isn't there just a button in the transmission client that submits these? or an opt in check mark to auto submit them.
Because then we wouldn't get to chuckle at imaginative usernames like lookmomnohands or geemomigotoneheckofagooseeggonmyforehead. :)
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-MG21%FF0-
Once I saw a -MG21C0-
Looks like a MediaGet.
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-MG1Cr0-

I'm using T 2.33.
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using 2.40b1 (12893)
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-UM15110

Using Tr 2.42+
fonam
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Also -UM15110. Using Transmission 2.42(13013)

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-UM15110

I saw this one today. There's like 4 of them in the peer's list. This one has to be somehow popular, no? What is it?? Should we be worrying about these? Would an option to automatically disconnect peers from unknown clients be necessary?
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UM = µTorrent for Mac.
TR = Transmission.
...

http://wiki.theory.org/BitTorrentSpecification#peer_id
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Thanks.
But why is it that most client IDs aren't displayed like that in Transmission? They simply show the name of the product and then version number.
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negativeions wrote:Thanks.
But why is it that most client IDs aren't displayed like that in Transmission? They simply show the name of the product and then version number.
http://wiki.vuze.com/w/Peer_identification

This thread is supposed to help in the identification of unknown clients, but some obscure developmental ones remain unknown while others suffer from a mismatch between peer-id and user-agent, in which case, I guess Transmission uses the peer-id.
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negativeions wrote:-UM15110

I saw this one today. There's like 4 of them in the peer's list. This one has to be somehow popular, no? What is it?? Should we be worrying about these? Would an option to automatically disconnect peers from unknown clients be necessary?
µTorrent Stable (1.5.11 build 25801)

For Mac (2.54 MB)
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I've added support for that kind of µTorrent peer id. https://trac.transmissionbt.com/changeset/13097
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