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Nebbie
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  #931436 12-Nov-2013 13:54
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friendlymonkey:
Ahh thanks for that. We only recently switched to unlimited so I wasn't sure if that was the usual peak p2p speeds. Although it wasn't a popular iso so not sure if it would be in your cache.
Everything else was snappy last night. We have not noticed any difference in streaming, browsing etc at peak times it's been great :)


When a cache dies for what ever reason that content is no longer available national'y and put's extra pressure on International transit thus speeds drop for popular and non-popular torrent's.

And its all because international transit is expensive compared to country's similar to New Zealand and thus ISP's have to cache some content to reduce demand on transit and speed up the delivery to you the user :)

that's my 2c on why :)




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  #931788 13-Nov-2013 01:41
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Well I'll tell you when they start telling me off.

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  #931793 13-Nov-2013 05:51
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Sounddude:
friendlymonkey:

My p2p at 2000hrs last night 3-76kb/s
Same file this morning 0730hrs 850kb/s - 1.1mb/s



OUr P2P Cache had issues last night. Should be back to normal speeds tonight.




I got home after the power cut and thought something was broken. good to hear.



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  #931795 13-Nov-2013 06:38
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5am:

Well I'll tell you when they start telling me off.


Wow,nice! I thought 1TB was a lot. Could do with 5TB tho :) keep us updated




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  #935238 17-Nov-2013 15:14
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What files does the p2p cache, cache?

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  #935240 17-Nov-2013 15:26
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5am:

Well I'll tell you when they start telling me off.
I have to know, what one arty are you actually downloading.
And, whatever it is, is it actually stuff you use, or are you just downloading for the sake of hoarding content?

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  #935241 17-Nov-2013 15:30
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I have just been uploaded, No way I could find that much stuff on the web that I need.

And yea it was just to find the limits really.

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