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  # 2203845 23-Mar-2019 15:23
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All the more reason to get that 10 gig stuff deployed so that this doesnt happen ;)





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  # 2203847 23-Mar-2019 15:30
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richms:

All the more reason to get that 10 gig stuff deployed so that this doesnt happen ;)



Even with 10g DDoS protection is still important.




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Yeah but the chances of exceeding that and having hassles is less than with 1 gig which is TBH quite easy to saturate with torrent traffic if your downloading computer isnt a potato.





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richms:

Yeah but the chances of exceeding that and having hassles is less than with 1 gig which is TBH quite easy to saturate with torrent traffic if your downloading computer isnt a potato.



Since dave adjusted things I expect it to be near improbable that you would flag it now.

There were valid examples. A change was made to improve the customer experience. That was confirmed as successful by op.


The new poster seems to speak of torrents not starting at all. That's a poorly configured client issue.




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