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  Reply # 391553 13-Oct-2010 21:42
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Thought I should update this - since v2.0.3 the setting I mention in my OP has been moved.

It is now on the Preferences / Bandwidth screen and is called "Apply rate limit to transport overhead". Unchecking this option does the same thing as setting net.calc_overhead to false.

Applies to v2.0.3 and v2.0.4 (and possibly higher unless they change it again!)

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  Reply # 391575 13-Oct-2010 22:36
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what about "Apply rate limit to uTP connections" what does this do and should this be unchecked as well.

 
 
 
 




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  Reply # 391600 13-Oct-2010 23:26
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At a guess, turning it off will disable rate limited on UTP connections. Probably a bad idea if you have rate limiting set in the first place, so I would leave that one turned on.

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