Well how to ovecome this at user end point?
Well, you can try encrypting your traffic, changing port number, changing the way protocol behaves, reducing the amount of one way traffic, or hiding your traffic with your encrypted traffic.
- To encrypt your traffic, RC4 encryption offered by many popular bitTorrent client will obfuscate not only the header but the entire stream, which will give ISP difficulty to detect that your are using BitTorent.
- Secondly is to change to port number. The default port for BitTorrent transfer is 6881. As a reslut of ISP interference, all client allow us to change the port number for BitTorrent transfer. Whenever we change our port, we also need to adjust our router to allow incoming connection. you can get the entire guideline from www.portforward.com.
- To change the way the BitTorrent protocol behave, we can use a "lazy bitfield" feature to hide seeder from ISP.
- In order to reduce one-way transfer, client need to be set to have same or less ratio betwwen download and upload activities.